„September 18th. I will be there, and you?” („18 września. Będę tam, a Ty?”) – this slogan will invite the Katowice agglomeration’s citizens to visit Galeria Katowicka during the opening day. The promotional campaign starts on the 1st of September and will include billboards, skylights, advertising on buses and trams as well as radio, press and the Internet …
Fitch Ratings has revised the City of Katowice’s outlook to stable from positive and affirmed the City’s long-term foreign and local currency ratings at „A-”. Fitch has also affirmed the City’s national long-term rating at „AA+(pol)” with a stable outlook.
Key rating drivers
The rating action follows the revision of the Outlook on Poland’s long-term foreign and local currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs)
J.W. Construction announced today to start its new residential project „Nowe Tysiąclecie” in Katowice. The construction work is expected to be commenced in the turn of III and IV quarter of 2013.
The first stage of the undertaking will include one 17-storey building where 149 apartments were designed. The developer has already obtained a convertible building permit (the former one was issued last year).
Knight Frank has released a new report on office market summing up the recent activity of tenants and developers in Poland. According to the analysts, occupiers demand dropped in the last quarter in Katowice when compared to the Q1 results. The lower transaction volume was registered only in TriCity. Despite the weaker tenants interest, Katowice experienced decreasing vacancy rates.
Following a strong opening quarter of 2013
Globe Trade Center (GTC) considers to commence new office schemes across Poland. The developer is already prepared to start a few developments in Warsaw and other regional cities including Katowice.
„Łódź and Katowice proved to be very attractive office markets for us, particularly in the last 12 months. We look on …