Wall Street Journal / June 30th, 2015
Wall Street Journal reports: An increasing number of new investors from the U.S., Asia and other parts of the world are striking commercial real-estate deals in Poland.
The commercial-property market, one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe, has long been dominated by European investors. But lately new faces are showing up, attracted to Poland’s expanding economy and low real-estate prices compared with other markets on the Continent like the U.K. and France.
In the past 12 months, U.S. firms bought $1.4 billion of commercial property in Poland, more than anybody else, according to data firm Real Capital Analytics. German investors topped the list in the previous 12-month period with $1.3 billion of deals.
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