Real Estate

The pandemic has severely damaged the picture of the modern world, not excluding the real estate industry and urban living. (...)

Warsaw City Hall’s 12,000 sqm lease in Widok Towers office building in Central Warsaw comes at a time of the (...)

The global real estate community heads to MIPIM in September for a shortened 2-day version.

Harald Jeschek of Karimpol has been investing in Warsaw’s office sector for more than two decades, and despite the current (...)

Polski Holding Nieruchomośći has begun construction of an underground passage connecting its Skysawa office scheme to the adjacent Rondo ONZ metro (...)

Following the opening of Elektrownia Powiśle’s food hall down by the Vistula River, the revitalization of parts of Warsaw, district (...)

According to the latest report by Cresa Polska “Occupier Economics: Office market in Tri-City in 1Q”. 2020″, the volume of (...)

Olsztyn with its first multitenant warehouse facility. Panattoni Park Olsztyn, featuring in excess of 36,000 sqm in two buildings, is (...)

In the lead up to World Autism Awareness Month in April, Poland Today shines a (blue) light on a few (...)

There are 40 million reasons why investors should take note of Poland’s hotel industry, says InterContinental Hotel Group’s Joanna Kurowska.

With the highest investment activity on the real estate market, Warsaw has been the fastest-growing prime office space location. So (...)

The term ‘smart cities’ has been bandied about for years, but it’s all theoretical unless cities and companies actually take (...)

Good times keep rolling for the commercial property sector but there remains room for legislative improvements.

What’s the deal with Poland’s real estate market? Piotr Mirowski, Senior Partner & Head of Investment Services in Poland at (...)

With new investments cropping up and even more in the pipeline, Gdańsk is becoming an ideal place for work and (...)

Real estate consultancy and brokerage firm Axi Immo published 10 striking facts about the Polish warehouse market that have changed (...)

Polish developer Capital Park plans to transform a former factory into a buzzing commercial and community space.

Echo Investment is betting on the success of Polish cities with 250,000 sqm of office space.

Transaction insurance should be a last resort, not a first port of call, in real estate transactions.

Agnieszka Krzekotowska advocates renovating pre-war structures to their former glory.

A haven of home, work and community in the heart of Warsaw.

A record-breaking 767,000 PLN was raised by the participants of the 9th Charity Real Estate Beach Volleyball Tournament organised by (...)

President of SIOR in Europe, Renata Osiecka, talks to Poland Today about the organisation's aims and its upcoming conference in (...)

The Polish property market is beginning to join the 21st century

Just like residential architecture experienced a transformation with the advent of open plans, office design has experienced a transformation as (...)

From fitout to future of the real estate market, Rajmund Węgrzynek shares his insights.

Poland Today kicked off its first panel at MIPIM 2018 by tackling the tough question: what challenges does Central and (...)

Harald Jeschek, Managing Partner of Karimpol Group, looks back at the last two decades of real estate development in Warsaw, (...)

Janusz Dzianachowski and Monika Lerka from Linklaters law firm explain how to tax transfers these days.

Del Chandler, Managing Director for Capital Markets in the CEE Region for BNP Paribas Real Estate, gives his take on (...)