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Warsaw recognised as an exciting investment destination

published: 2019-03-26 12:02, mlan
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A smart city and the leader in the Central and Eastern Europe, with great investment potential. This is how Warsaw is described in a report entitled “Warsaw – Your Place to Invest.”


Warsaw – Your Place to Invest 2019 is a report on the investment potential of the City. It provides such information as the descriptions of the local office, storage, housing, hotel, and co-working markets. The publication also provides data concerning human capital, infrastructure, and quality of life.
Warsaw is an open-minded and friendly city. The office market in Poland is becoming more and more attractive for investors. And the Capital City is the leader among the most popular destinations,” says Rafał Trzaskowski, Mayor of Warsaw. “Our strengths are the wide range of top-quality office, storage, and commercial properties, the availability of well-qualified talent, and, last but certainly not least, high quality of life,” he adds.

Warsaw is a dynamic business centre and an undisputed regional leader in terms of economic growth and office market maturity. Currently, the capital of Poland offers more than 5,400,000 sq. m of modern office space.

Written in English, the report focuses on office property, investment benefits, and high-quality infrastructure. The report not only provides information on the number of square metres of office space currently available, but also on how many metres of extra space are being planned. In addition, the report provides information on the labour market, average salaries in selected industries, and the number of students, meaning potential employees. In Warsaw, employers can expect to have access to a broad range of skilled personnel. The City’s talent pool includes nearly 230,000 students and more than 50,000 graduates a year.

This makes the City exceptional not only in Poland but also in comparison to other Central and Eastern European cities. Warsaw offers rich cultural and entertainment options, good access to education, modern and environmentally friendly urban transport, and as many as 590 kilometres of cycling paths. What is also unique about the City is its green character. Almost 40% of the City is covered by green areas, including natural stretches of land along its Vistula river that are unique in Europe.

The report is available online.
The report was produced as a joint project between the City of Warsaw and BNP Paribas Real Estate, CBRE, Colliers, Cushman & Wakefield, JLL, Knight Frank, Randstad, Reas, and Savills.
“Warsaw – Your Place to Invest” was first presented at MIPIM 2019, Europe’s leading property market. The fair in Cannes is Europe’s leading property market for cities, regions, companies, investors, property developers and industry press. The event will continue until Friday, March 15. The Capital City regularly attends international investment fairs to present itself as a rapidly growing city with considerable investment potential.