Research - JANUARY 7, 2022

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Appetite swells for Poland’s flex office market

by Kali Persall

The hybrid working model that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a growing appetite for flexible office space worldwide.

Like other European countries, the Polish market has seen a rapid development of the flexible office solutions sector in recent years. Although the office development pipeline is currently at its lowest in the past decade, the supply of flexible office space in Poland has increased as much as six times since 2015, according to a JLL global survey of tenants in 2021.

Marcin Klammer, executive committee member at ULI Poland and country CEO for Poland at HB Reavis, told IREI in an exclusive interview that despite disruption caused by the pandemic, Poland’s developed economy continues to present an attractive investment market for global capital.

HB Reavis, a company that designs, develops and manages Warsaw-based assets for clients looking for productive workspaces, has developed 350,000 square meters (37.6 million square feet) of

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