JLL: Retail market in Poland H1 2018


Advisory firm JLL summarizes H1 2018 on the retail market in Poland.

  • Total retail stock grew by 168,000 sq m in the first half of 2018. Shopping centres were responsible for 130,000 sq m of this figure and are expected to add a further 198,000 sq m by the end of this year.
  • New centres are also being delivered outside major metropolitan areas. In 2018, every second shopping centre was located in a smaller city. The number of blank spots on the Polish retail map is slowly being reduced.
  • In the first half of the year, the total volume of retail investment transactions was approximately 1.87 billion EUR. It is expected that retail investment for 2018 will exceed 3 billion EUR in volume, which would be the best result in the market's history.
  • There is a clear shift in terms of expectations among customers. Key factors for the growth of footfall and sales are the right mix of quality tenants as well as the attractive gastronomic and entertainment propositions.

You can find more details in the attached press material.

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