Some 34,500 sqm of office space was leased in Krakow with the assistance of Knight Frank experts. The amount constitutes 27 percent of the total transaction volume on the Krakow office market. Thanks to such a good result, Knight Frank ended the nine months of this year as the leader in the capital of Lesser Poland.
“This year was very active for us. We made our strong mark as an aligned and experienced team in Krakow. The city is second only to Warsaw in terms of office space supply. The local market is constantly growing. We keep an eye on the progress and participate in office projects with the greatest potential,” commented Monika Sułdecka-Karaś, Regional Director and Partner at Knight Frank.
“We acted on behalf of landlords and tenants in 16 leasing processes. We signed leases in properties such as O3 Business Campus, Kotlarska 11, Equal Business Park, Porto Office B or Pilot Tower. We advised many tenants during this period including Philip Morris, Ch2M and the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. The year’s end is still ahead of us, and we hope it will be equally successful,” she added.