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Last updated: 09 Mar, 2015  

Warsaw at the MIPIM

PR Newswire | 05 Mar, 2015
Warsaw at the MIPIM

WARSAW, Poland: The city of Warsaw, capital of Poland, invites you to its stand at MIPIM international investment trade fair in Cannes, which will be held on 10-13 March, 2015. This is the most famous and prestigious real-estate trade fair in Europe.

As the leader in Central and Eastern Europe, Warsaw is a regular participant at the MIPIM. Our aim is to present Warsaw as a place with great investment potential, but also offering a high standard of living. This year's message: "Warsaw - the City to invest in, the City to live in". On our stand no. R8.D1. the capital will be presented along with the business partners: BBI Development SA, Ghelamco, Golub GetHouse, HB Reavis, Kulczyk Silverstein, Okam Capital, Xcity, Poczta Polska and the media partner Poland Today.

The capital's offering at MIPIM trade fair consists of ten properties for sale, all in central districts of Warsaw: 2 in Praga-Południe (Southern Praga), 2 in Praga-Północ (Northern Praga) and 6 in Śródmieście (the city centre). They have been earmarked either for the residential buildings with services (Owsiana, Stalowa, Radzymińska Streets) or else office and service buildings with underground garages (Emilii Plater, Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie, Próżna Streets). The property on Mariańska Street is earmarked for a hotel, and on Żupnicza Street for service and production areas.

The 2015 forecasts for the countries of Central and Eastern Europe are promising. GDP in this region will grow by 2.5%, i.e. twice as fast as in the Euro zone, and for the fifth year in a row Poland should remain the fastest growing economy in the region. In the PwC report "Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2015" Warsaw was 14th, making it the dominant location of commercial real estate in C&E Europe.

Magdalena Jadziewicz-Kasak

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