2014 was another strong year in the investment market in Poland, with a total of EUR 3.03 billion having been transacted in the commercial real estate sector, which made up almost half of the investment volume dealt in the CEE region. This total is comparable to the result gained in 2013 and exceeded the 2012 figure by 22%.
Transactions in the office sector dominated 2014, unlike in previous years, accounting for over 50% of the total value of all transactions. Office buildings located in Warsaw continued to be the most sought-after asset class. Property buyers, however, have been starting to interest in the highest class schemes situated in major regional cities in Poland being favourable destinations for the BPO/SSC occupiers.
Source : DTZ