Despite the switch to remote working, office buildings have not become a thing of the past, although their function has been REdefined – offices are now places for meetings and creative teamwork. The REduction of occupied space and the REnegotiation of lease agreements have also become commonplace. In a week’s time, at Eurobuild’s 7th INVESTED INTEREST Investment Market Conference, we will discuss the new reality facing the office investment market.
The development activity on the office market is high once again and soon thousands of square metres of usable space will be added to the office stock. Some experts are predicting that we are set to face an oversupply of office space and a growing vacancy rate, and thus lower rents. And this, in turn, will result in a further reduction in the popularity of the office sector in the eyes of investors. How will developers and tenants, including flexible office operators, adjust to the new REality ? How can the office sector attract capital and convince investors that offices are still a promising asset?
The market’s top experts will analyse the situation at Eurobuild’s 7th INVESTED INTEREST Investment Market Conference. In the panel entitled ‘Oh Yes, I’m The Great Pretender’, which will take place online on April 22nd at 10:10 am, the speakers will be: Mike Atwell (Head of Capital Markets CEE, JLL), Hubert Abt (CEO, New Work Offices), Yovav Carmi (President of the Management Board, GTC), Rafał Mazurczak (Member of the Management Board, Echo Investment), Piotr Trzciński (Head of Investment for Poland, Savills Investment Management) and Łukasz Duczkowski (Investment Director, Globalworth Poland).
To view on take part in this discussion, simply register via the conference website.