Published at: 2015-06-12 10:17 | Author: Cars jump-start industrial portfolio investments
Take-up of industrial space has outpaced new supply for so long in Bratislava
hat the problems of the sector were never going to come from that side of the development cycle. In fact, you have to go back to 2007 to find double-digit figures in the dreaded indicator, which could be a sign that except in extreme cases, faith in the Slovak industrial market has never been strong enough to warrant a sustained campaign of speculative development. In its most recent market survey, moreover, CBRE points out that more than 80 percent of new supply has been connected to preleases,...

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