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Lodz, Warsaw, 14 March, 2013 r. – Jones Lang LaSalle has published Łódź Office Market Report, summarizing 2012 and analysing key trends for 2013.
Set out below are the key findings from the research paper:
Jakub Sylwestrowicz, Associate Director, Tenant Representation Department, Jones Lang LaSalle, summarizes: "Łódź’s office market development is driven mostly by the business services sector companies, which occupy approximately 80,000 sq m amounting to 40% of the total office space supply in the city. 2012 was a breakthrough year with such leading market players as HP and Samsung announcing the opening of their centres in the city. It should be underlined that office space demand is driven not only by newcomers, but also by companies already operating on the market, for example Accenture and Mobica. Such companies, as their scale of operations is growing, seek facilities that will fully meet their expectations in terms of technical standard and development opportunities. The market is growing mainly in response to such organizations’ needs. We should also mention companies that do not relocate but expand in their current locations due to their development and employment growth – an example of such an organization is Infosys".
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