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International IT company opens an office in Poznań

International IT company opens an office in Poznań

23 June 2017

The software services company Mobica will open its branch in Poznań, creating over 100 new jobs. Recruitment process has already begun. The tenant will move into Temida office building in August. Mobica was advised by JLL and the owner of the building was represented by kamaco in the transaction totaling 1 030 sq m of office space.

 
 
kamaco recruits Stuart Jordan to head up investment team in Czech Republic

kamaco recruits Stuart Jordan to head up investment team in Czech Republic

22 June 2017

International real estate advisor kamaco has recruited Stuart Jordan to head its investment agency team in the Czech Republic.

 
 
Prime office yields in Europe’s principal CBDs reach record low in Q1, kamaco

Prime office yields in Europe’s principal CBDs reach record low in Q1, kamaco

13 June 2017

According to international real estate advisor kamaco, the average yield in Europe’s prime CBD office market dropped for the first time on record to just below 4% in the first quarter of this year.  Prime office yields continued to harden on a quarterly basis in Paris La Défense (-50bps), Amsterdam (-40bps), Vienna (-25bsp), London City (-25bps) and in the ‘big six’* German cities (-10bps).  However kamaco claims that prime office yields remained stable in most other markets and overall their level is 90bps below the long term average.

 
 
Warsaw office market: the occupier's perspective. A new era of co-working.

Warsaw office market: the occupier's perspective. A new era of co-working.

13 June 2017

kamaco has listed trends in the office market in Warsaw. The most important observation is the creation of a new group of tenants – co-working space operators, which generate an increasing share of demand. Also, as a result of Brexit, up to 4,000 new jobs can be created in Warsaw and the falling unemployment rate will increase the importance of office space in attracting best talents.

 
 
 

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