Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Tim Gosling
It's often suggested that Poland's collection of large regional cities offers good potential for a secondary office market to evolve. Now Skanska has secured a plot in Wrocław and will investigate those possibilities.

The 8,000 sqm plot on Grundwaldzki square set the Swedes back €1.5 million. That was more or less the asking price, according to managing director of Skanska Property Poland Mats Johansson, thanks to surprisingly limited competition in the City-run tender. His guess is that many developers simply overlooked the opportunity.

The site has a broadly-defined zoning on it, and conceptual work is now underway. Johansson says that the master plan allows practically any type of project,...

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