Workstyle evolution vs the office market - keeping up with trends

It’s hard to keep up with trends as it takes several years to complete an office project from its design to actual delivery. The office market is however doing its best to keep up with changing trends and workstyles by offering bespoke tenant solutions.



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China Retains Its Top Manufacturing Hub Position Globally In Terms Of Operating Conditions And Cost Competitiveness

In its annual ranking of the most suitable locations for global manufacturing among 48 countries in Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific, Cushman & Wakefield has assessed that China remains the most attractive manufacturing hub globally from an operating conditions and cost competitiveness perspective. 

Yuko Okayasu • 06/07/2020

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Cushman & Wakefield and Placer.AI Partner to Deliver Retail Analytics

Cushman & Wakefield announced an agreement with Placer.ai, the world’s most advanced foot traffic analytics platform, which will enhance the firm’s ability to help clients make data-driven decisions about their portfolios, particularly in the retail sector.



Insights • Economy

COVID-19 Impacts on Poland Real Estate

A brief weekly update on the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on commercial real estate in Poland.
Katarzyna Lipka-Nawrocka • 25/06/2020
Marketbeat Office Regiony 2019
MarketBeat • Office

Cushman & Wakefield summarises Poland’s regional city office markets

At the end of 2019, the combined office stock of Poland’s regional city office markets climbed to 5.61 million sq m, surpassing Warsaw’s 5.59 million sq m for the first time in history. The total office stock of the nation’s nine largest markets (Warsaw, Krakow, Wrocław, Tricity, the Upper Silesian and Zagłębie Metropolis, Poznań, Łódź, Lublin, and Szczecin) came close to 11.2 million sq m at the end of last year, representing an almost 8% increase on 2018’s level.

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MarketBeat • Retail

Cushman & Wakefield: a summary of the Polish retail market in 2019

Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has summarized the Polish retail market. 406,000 sq m of retail space was handed over in 2019. The development pipeline currently stands at approximately 500,000 sq m, 85% of which is scheduled for opening by the end of 2020. Going forward, investors’ interest will increasingly shift towards smaller cities below 100,000 inhabitants, says Cushman & Wakefield.

Małgorzata Dziubińska • 09/03/2020

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