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27 Grudnia 3

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 3, 27 Grudnia Street

Building completely leased.

Andersia Business Centre

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 7, Andersa Square

  • 2 568 m²
  • 15.50 €
  • Immediately

Andersia Tower

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 3, Andersa Square

  • 7 802 m²
  • 14.50 €
  • Immediately

Bałtyk

Poznan, Jeżyce, 22, Roosevelta Street

Building completely leased.

Bazar Poznański

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 7, Paderewskiego Street

  • 36 m²
  • 50 zł
  • Immediately

Business Garden Poznań I (B1)

Poznan, Grunwald, 6, Kolorowa Street

Building completely leased.

Business Garden Poznań I (B2)

Poznan, Grunwald, 2, Kolorowa Street

Building completely leased.

Business Garden Poznań I (B3)

Poznan, Grunwald, 10, Kolorowa Street

Building completely leased.

Business Garden Poznań I (B4)

Poznan, Grunwald, 8, Kolorowa Street

Building completely leased.

Business Link Maraton

Business Link Maraton

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 43, Królowej Jadwigi Street

  • 738
  • 90 days

Centrum Biurowe Podwale

Poznan, 10, Małachowskiego Street

  • 153 m²
  • 43 - 45 zł
  • Immediately

Centrum Biznesu Polska 13

Poznan, Grunwald, 13, Polska Street

  • 356 m²
  • 55 zł
  • Immediately

City Park

Poznan, Grunwald, 5 , Ułańska Street

  • 250 m²
  • 15.50 €
  • III quarter 2018

Compensa HQ (f. Cytadela Office Center)

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 29 , Szelągowska Street

Building completely leased.

Dąbrowa Park

Poznan, Dąbrowa, 8, Innowatorów Street

  • 1 671 m²
  • 38 zł
  • Immediately

Delta

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 35 , Towarowa Street

Building completely leased.

Dworcowa 7

Poznan, 7, Dworcowa Street (Swarzędz)

  • 840 m²
  • 32 zł
  • Immediately

Dwór Hamburski

Poznan, Wilda, 1 , Wierzbięcice Street

  • 1 061 m²
  • 12 €
  • Immediately

Galeria Arkada

Poznan, Jeżyce, 229 , Obornicka Street

  • 232 m²
  • 40 zł
  • Immediately

Galeria MM

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 24/1a, Św. Marcin Street

Building completely leased.

Garbary 67

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 67-67a, Garbary Street

  • 1 587 m²
  • 54 - 58 zł
  • Immediately

Globis Poznań

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 18 , Roosevelta Street

  • 1 654 m²
  • 13 €
  • Immediately

Jet Office

Poznan, Jeżyce, 163, Piątkowska Street

Building completely leased.

Kamienica za Teatrem

Poznan, Jeżyce, 29, Dąbrowskiego Street

Building completely leased.

Kupiec Poznański

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 2 , Wiosny Ludów Square

  • 1 982 m²
  • 13.50 €
  • Immediately

Malta House

Poznan, Nowe Miasto, 6, Baraniaka Street

  • 1 505 m²
  • 14 €
  • Immediately

Malta Office Park (A&B)

Poznan, Nowe Miasto, 88 A/B , Baraniaka Street

Building completely leased.

Malta Office Park (C&D)

Poznan, Nowe Miasto, 88 C/D , Baraniaka Street

Building completely leased.

Malta Office Park (E)

Poznan, Nowe Miasto, 88 E , Baraniaka Street

Building completely leased.

Malta Office Park (F)

Poznan, Nowe Miasto, 88 F , Baraniaka Street

Building completely leased.

Maraton I

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 43, Królowej Jadwigi Street

Building completely leased.

Maraton II

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 43, Królowej Jadwigi Street

Building completely leased.

Mercator (Centrum Biurowe Św. Michała)

Poznan, Nowe Miasto, 43, Świętego Michala Street

  • 95 m²
  • 40 zł
  • Immediately

Murawa Office Park

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 12-18 , Murawa Street

Building completely leased.

Nobel Tower

Poznan, Jeżyce, 77, Dąbrowskiego Street

  • 250 m²
  • 13 €
  • Immediately

Nowe Garbary Office Center

Poznan, Stare Miasto, Małe Garbary Street

Building completely leased.

Nowe Jeżyce

Poznan, Jeżyce, Józefa Kraszewskiego Street

Building completely leased.

Nowy Rynek D1

Poznan, 1, Matyi Street

  • 25 214 m²
  • 15 €
  • June 2021

Office Futura

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 161, Piątkowska Street

Building completely leased.

Okrąglak & Kwadraciak

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 14, Mielżyńskiego Street

  • 3 026 m²
  • 13.50 - 15.00 €
  • Immediately

Omega

Poznan, Jeżyce, 79 a, Dabrowskiego Street

Building completely leased.

P-2

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 2, Półwiejska Street

  • 1 300 m²
  • 14 €
  • Immediately

PGK Centrum I

Poznan, Grunwald, 90 , Marcelińska Street

  • 615 m²
  • 10 €
  • Immediately

PGK Centrum II

Poznan, Grunwald, 90 , Marcelińska Street

  • 1 200 m²
  • 11 €
  • I quarter 2021

Piątkowska Office

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 165, Piatkowska Street

  • 413 m²
  • 11 €
  • Immediately

Pixel

Poznan, Grunwald, 182, Grunwaldzka Street

Building completely leased.

Poznań Business Center

Poznan, Grunwald, 31 / 33, Głogowska Street

  • 1 111 m²
  • 10 €
  • Immediately

Poznański Bank Spółdzielczy HQ (Roch Office Park I)

Poznan, 3, Krzywoustego Street

Building completely leased.

Poznańskie Centrum Finansowe

Poznan, Stare Miasto, 5 , Władysława Andersa Square

Building completely leased.

Rataje 164

Poznan, Wilda, 164 , Rataje Street

Building completely leased.

Poznań is the administrative and economic capital of the Wielkopolska region, the third most populous voivodship in Poland. The number of the city’s residents stands at 545,700, while the larger Poznań Metropolitan Area is home to more than 800,000 people.

Poznań benefits from direct access to the European motorway network (both Warsaw and Berlin are around two and a half hours’ drive away) and to the one of the main transit corridors connecting western and eastern Europe (the A2 motorway). The transport accessibility of the city is further improved by numerous fast railway connections (with the new Poznań Główny railway station, and the integrated Poznań City Center shopping centre, being opened in 2012) and Ławica international airport (the fifth busiest airport in Poland, with more than 1.4 million passengers served in 2014, offering direct flights to 27 European cities).

Poznań remains the historical centre of the Polish exhibition industry, playing host to a number of important business and cultural events. The Poznań International Fair, the first organizer of fairs in Central and Eastern Europe, is regarded as the leader among Polish trade facilities (more than 110,000 m2 of exhibition space and around 630,000 visitors in 2015).

The city’s geographical location makes it attractive for western European companies looking to do business in Poland, with as much as one third of the foreign capital invested in Poznań coming from Germany.

The economic fabric of the city is diversified and well developed. Key industries include the retail, electromechanical, automotive, chemical and food production, and service sectors. Notable manufacturing presences include Bridgestone, GlaxoSmithKline, Nivea, Kompania Piwowarska (SAB Miller), Unilever, Volkswagen and Wrigley. In recent years, a number of companies from the business service sector have decided to open BPO/SSC/ITO and R&D centres in the city, around 50% of which specialize in the field of finance and accounting.

Poznan boasts one of the strongest economies of any city in Poland. It has an unemployment rate amongst the lowest nationwide (2.5% as of January 2016) and a GDP per capita figure that is second only to that of Warsaw. The city is also a vibrant academic hub, educating about 117,000 students. The renowned Adam Mickiewicz University is the third largest institution of higher education in Poland. Poznań’s extensive cultural and recreational attractions include several theatres and musical establishments (including the Poznań Philharmonic), museums, galleries and many other draws, such as Jezioro Maltańskie and Termy Maltańskie, the biggest aqua park in Poland.

Poznań’s economy can be regarded as healthy and sustainable. Oxford Economics forecasts GDP growth at 3.46% for 2016-2018, which is the third best projection in Poland, behind only Warsaw and Kraków.

Office development to date has been reasonably stable and even subdued, given the economic over-performance in many aspects, as well as the proximity to the German market. Total office supply currently stands at 387,000 m2, with around 51,000 m2 under construction.

The major office schemes underway in the strictly defined city centre include Maraton phase I and II (a total of 22,000 m2) and Bałtyk Tower (11,000 m2).

At the moment Poznań is one of the smallest European office markets which is monitored by JLL. The 0.5 million m2 threshold is likely to be hit by the end of 2018.

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