Apartments for Rent City Centre (ÅródmieÅcie) Krakow

Apartments for Rent City Centre (Śródmieście) Krakow

Apartments for Rent City Centre (Śródmieście) Krakow (8)


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Ref 1591
Price:
1,800 PLN (424 EUR)
Size:
50m2
Bedrooms:
1

Hamilton May presents a nice retro style one bedroom apartment in the centre of Krakow on Czysta street.

Ref 10621
Price:
2,500 PLN (589 EUR)
Size:
71m2
Bedrooms:
2

Hamilton May offers a spacious two bedroom apartment available for rent in a quiet and peaceful part of the city, on Zaleskiego street, near the Mogilskie Roundabout.

Ref 2192
Price:
5,900 PLN (1,390 EUR)
Size:
91m2
Bedrooms:
2

Available 15 March 2013. Hamilton May presents a luxurious 2 bedroom apartment in a beautifully renovated building in the center of Krakow.

Ref 2193
Price:
5,900 PLN (1,390 EUR)
Size:
79m2
Bedrooms:
2

Hamilton May presents a luxurious 2 bedroom apartment in a beautifully renovated building in the center of Krakow.

Ref 2538
Price:
4,100 PLN (966 EUR)
Size:
105m2
Bedrooms:
2

Hamilton May is pleased to offer this elegant two bedroom apartment right next to the Wawel Castle and the Vistula River.

Ref 2400
Price:
2,000 PLN (471 EUR)
Size:
60m2
Bedrooms:
2

Hamilton May is pleased to present a nice two level apartment in a great area, on Bujwida street.

Ref 5720
Price:
2,900 PLN (683 EUR)
Size:
58m2
Bedrooms:
1

We offer a modern and comfortable apartment located in a prestigious Nowy Świat building on the corner of Cybulskiego and Garncarska streets, in the centre of Krakow.

Ref 9537
Price:
5,750 PLN (1,354 EUR)
Size:
115m2
Rooms:
0

Hamilton May presents an attractively located office space situated in close proximity of the Mogilskie Roundabout, in the Oficerskie Settlement, on Władysława Beliny-Prażmowskiego street.

Śródmieście is a primary focus for Hamilton May, and indeed our offices are located in the heart of the city centre and with walking distance of many of the apartments that we offer for rent. Here we provide some general information about the city and the property market, and we recommend review of our current property listings for the most up to date information.


The rental market in the city centre

Śródmieście is perhaps the most desirable district in Krakow in term of rental demand and many of the offered properties are owned by investors from both Poland and overseas, who have bought to let the apartments. As you would expect, rental prices are still higher than average for Krakow but still represent good value when compared to other European cities.

As with any international city, there is a mixture of both foreign owners and local landlords offering both furnished and unfurnished apartments for rent. Perhaps with the exception of the Wola Justowa region, the city centre is the area with the highest density of foreign tenants with many leases being taken up by people visiting Krakow on business trips.

During the Summer months, demand for property in Sródmieście increases as short term apartment rental companies increase their stock of properties to accommodate tourists over the season. Another peak in demand comes towards the end of the Summer period when many people return to Krakow, in particular students, and the population of the city rises

Description of property in the city centre

Real estate in the city centre of Krakow is characterized by old tenement or town house style buildings (in Polish, ‘kamienica’), some in a poor state of repair, others fully renovated. New build property is as dispersed within the old town although it is less common and more in demand when available because of the lack of supply.

Within the old city walls, where cars are restricted, the usage of property is mainly for commercial purposes, such as hotels, shops, restaurants and offices. Although there are also a number of residential apartments located right in the centre of the city, most people who want to be in the city centre prefer to live just outside of the old city walls which is more suited to residential purposes.

As you move further from the main market square residential property becomes more widespread and indeed the section of the city centre between the Planty and Aleja (second ring road) contains some leafy and highly desirable residential streets.

Because of the historic nature of Krakow’s city centre, parking is relatively limited and a significant premium is associated with any property with parking, particularly when it is secure or in underground garages, so availability of a garage should be taken into consideration if you wish to rent an apartment with parking.