In 2017, companies from the business service sector leased 500,000 sqm. office space, of which as much as 60 percent covered main cities outside the capital city. The rate of untenanted office space in Poland in the first quarter of 2018 amounted to less than 11 percent – This rate fell on all regional markets, but not in Warsaw. Therefore, smaller centers are becoming more and more attractive in the eyes of investors.
Locations such as Cracow, Wroclaw or the Tri-City start to struggle with increasingly difficult access to employees, so investors see development prospects in such locations as Rzeszów, Lublin and Szczecin, which is becomming more and more popular.