Published at: 2017-10-18 10:33 | Author: JLL report
Retail stock in Poland hit 13.5 million sqm by the end of September, according to JLL, with shopping centers making up 9.6 million sqm of the total. In the third quarter, the market grew by 145,000 sqm.
Shopping centers accounted for 134,000 sqm of the growth. The biggest projects delivered in the past quarter include Galeria Północna in Warsaw, the first phase of the Ikea store at the Skende shopping center in Lublin and the Vivo! shopping center in Krosno. “According to analyses conducted by JLL, there was 590,000 sqm of retail space under development by the end of Q3 2017 in the shopping centre format alone with delivery to market scheduled for 2017-2019,” said Joanna Tomczyk, research analy...

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