Published at: 2017-02-28 10:35 | Author: report
Poland’s total investment volume for 2016 amounted to €4.6bn, with more than 70 percent of the capital being invested into regional cities.
This is the country’s best result since 2006, when the annual investment volume reached €4.5bn. Retail asset dominated the 2016 investment volume, taking a 43-percent share, followed by offices at 40 percent. The largest transactions include the acquisition of a Polish office and retail portfolio by Redefine for €900m and Invesco’s acquisition of the Q22 office tower in Warsaw for €273m.

More information in the report.

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