Cushman & Wakefield brokered €2.5bn in Poland in 2017

Cushman & Wakefield brokered €2.5bn in Poland in 2017

Published at: 2018-02-09 10:26 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Cushman & Wakefield transacted nearly €2.5bn in Poland last year, accounting for 52 percent of its total 2017 investment volume. The largest deal brokered by C&W on the Polish market last year was the acquisition of the Magnolia Park shopping center in Wrocław for nearly €380m. The shopping center offers 100,000 sqm in 241 retail units, making it one of the biggest in the region. Magnolia Park attracts a footfall of almost 11 million visitors a year. “Last year witnessed very strong investor activity on the investment market with Cushman & Wakefield involved in some of the largest deals, which is reflected in our annual performance and top place in the ranking. I have the pleasure of heading the best capital markets advisors team in CE. We always aim at the quality of our services, and we’re known for excelling at sourcing new capital for the benefit of our clients,” said James Chapman, international partner of the capital markets at Cushman & Wakefield.

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