The place of residence of office workers in Warsaw is more or less correlated with the population of the city’s districts. Ca. 16% of office workers that responded to our survey live in Mokotow district, which is the most populated district in Warsaw. A further 10% of our repondents live in Srodmiescie, which is actually the sixth district in terms of population, but is probably one of the most sought after locations on a residential rental market, especially for those who work in the City Centre.
Wola and Ochota districts have recently been gaining in popularity due to increased residential and commercial development, and thus are inhabited by 9% and 8% of our respondents respectively. The right bank of Warsaw is a location of large residential estates which due to lower apartment prices are particularly popular amongst younger people. The districts of Praga Polnoc, Praga Poludnie, Targowek and Bialoleka are altogether home to
26% of our respondents.
Source : Savills