Published at: 2016-08-02 15:49 | Author: CIJ Poland
Developers and investors are concentrating on mixed-use projects (and Mokotów) as the sector hits full stride
The race is on in Poland to take advantage of a window of opportunity for hotel investments left open by the over-saturated office and retail sectors. The tipping point may have come two years ago when the 370-room Hilton opened in Wawer as long with a 300-room Hilton in the city center opened six months later. “general directors in the biggest hotels in the city center were seriously worried the market won’t be able to absorb new hotel space,” says Alex Kloszewski, managing partner of Hotel Pro...

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