Polish commercial real estate market dominated by retail investment transactions

Polish commercial real estate market dominated by retail investment transactions

Published at: 2018-08-08 11:31 | Author: CIJEurope.com
In the period from January to the end of July 2018, the Polish commercial real estate market was dominated by retail investment transactions (€ 2.07 billion), according to the latest JLL report. The office sector accounted for investment deals with a volume of € 1.21 billion, the industrial sector came in with € 530 million followed by € 70 million for the hotel sector. “The retail sector was the most active in 2018. To date, investors have finalized retail investment transactions for a total of about € 2.07 billion, which constitutes 53 percent of the total volume registered across all sectors. Interestingly, this is also the same result as a retail investment volume for the entire 2017. This number includes the latest transaction from 31st July in which EPP acquired King Cross Marcelin shopping centre in Poznań for € 91.1 million,” said Agata Sekuła, Head of Retail Investment CEE, JLL.

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