Poland: Seeing plenty of action
Poland continues to be the leading investment market in central and eastern Europe, and the country saw a strong start to the year in the first quarter. In the first quarter, the Polish investment market saw €939 million in transactions, reports JLL — a 47 percent increase compared with the first quarter of 2013.
The year’s strong start is likely to continue, Agata Sekula, head of retail investment, CEE, at JLL, said in a statement: “Taking into account the ongoing negotiations, investors’ activity and the assets for sale, we expect 2014 total investment volume to be on a par with or even higher than 2013.”
Poland’s largest transaction during the first quarter was in the office sector. Two funds managed by Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management acquired the Rondo One office complex in Warsaw f