Published at: 2018-06-11 16:33 | Author: Antoni Bohdanowicz
The Warsaw-based developer is making a push into an asset class that’s long been ignored by the big players
Golub Gethouse may be best known for its office projects, but the company is looking to expand into Poland’s student housing market. Given the country’s soaring rent prices and the poor standard of life on offer in standard university dorms, it’s a move that makes a good deal of logical sense. And yet, it’s an alternative investment class that’s begun building momentum in CEE only recently. What’s unique about Golub Gethouse’s approach is that it’s building new structures rather than converting...

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