The global commercial property sector is redefining itself. When thinking about the time horizon 2020 or 2030, we can see that the global political and economic turmoil, such as the possible Brexit or the slowdown in the Chinese economy, all herald new and difficult challenges in the first place.
In time of uncertainty and increasingly smaller investment stability, one thing is certain: Another cycle in the real property market is coming, and with it a wave of alternative investments that are to act as a remedy to the plummeting rates of return on traditional projects, such as shopping centres, office buildings, warehouses, or hotels.
The Polish market is impatiently waiting for a Polish rendition of the REIT. Will the American way of investing in real property finally find its equivalent in Poland? All signs indicate it will be so.
Real property redefined – the time horizon 2030; stories of the most spectacular projects in the real property market; and commercial property in Warsaw – this is what we will be discussing during the 6th edition of the Property Forum.
The Property Forum 2016, which is to take place on 26–27 September 2016 in Warsaw, at the Sheraton Warsaw Hotel, will be organised according to a new, refreshed formula. It will allow the participants to become acquainted with the most recent trends in the market as well as to engage in networking in a group of experts and practitioners from all across the industry.
The Property Forum is the largest meeting concerning the future of the commercial property market. There will be over 1,000 participants, more than 120 speakers and two days of debates completed by a ceremonial gala of presenting the Prime Property Prize 2016 awards. Investors, developers, lessees, politicians, local authorities and financiers will all meet on one stage as well as behind the scenes.