Average area of office buildings planned in Poland doubled
Investors nearly all over the country massively applied for building permits in 2014 to construct new office buildings, which can be partly attributed to the extension of the operation of the Special Economic Zones. Importantly, some new prospective office markets were identified in cities and towns across Poland, including Bielsko-Biala, Bydgoszcz, Gliwice, Kielce, Radom and Rzeszow. Some of them are likely to join the group of more developed regional office markets in the next few years and witness a similar trend as the shopping centres have experienced in the recent years.
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