A new report by real estate consultancy CBRE puts demand for warehouse space in Poland at 5.2 million square metres in 2020, up by 21 percent on 2019.
Polish shopping centres will see a high number of customers this year despite the toll being exacted by lockdown restrictions on retail, a leading real-estate company has reported.
Office markets in Poland's biggest regional cities are coping well despite the coronavirus epidemic, real estate advisor CBRE said in a Thursday report.
Fifty-one percent of respondents to a poll commissioned by CBRE, an international advisory and commercial real estate investment company, want shops in Poland to be open every day, including Sundays.
The amount of retail space in Poland will grow by about 300,000 square metres in 2019, or by 2.5 percent year on year, the lowest level of new retail supply to the market for 20 years, according to a report by real estate consultancy CBRE.