Hamilton May closes a sale of almost 50 apartments in a discreet residential development in Warsaw. Learn more.
Hamilton May Warsaw has assisted a private investor to prepare and lease 25 units in the Wola Libre Development.
Hamilton May has negotiated the sale of a packet of premium residential apartments totaling approximately 750m2 in the Skawinska 11 development in Kazimierz, Krakow.
Known for its greenery and parks Wola Justowska is defined by scenic detached residences. It’s always been an affluent district with the highest prices and residents that fall inside the top income bracket. What determines the further direction of development of the entire area?
Learn more of the most important property event in Poland. We have marked our presence on numerous conferences in May.
Compact and perfectly formed, it’s not difficult to understand the Old Town’s enduring appeal. However business parks and office developments found outside of the centre forced on domestic and foreign workers difficult decision what to choose: living close to work or in the heart of the city.
Warsaw’s post-war redevelopment has often lacked clarity and direction. Naturally, a number of districts provide a counter-balance to all this, but none more so than Wilanow.
Hamilton May is proud to announce that it has won the prestigious Local Agency of the Year award which took place at the EuropaProperty CEE Investment & Green Building Gala at the Intercontinental Warsaw on October 26th 2017.
Knowledge, professionalism and right approach as the key features of the team, that determined the company’s success during the passing year.
Zabłocie is simply following a well-trodden path towards gentrification. To fully understand the nature and complexities of the district, one must look to Poland’s recent past. Contemporary history has not been kind. Ultimately though, this has all been turned to the area’s advantage.
Stay up to date with the market: learn more of the birth of a dynamic private rental sector in Poland that is set to expand rapidly in the coming years.
Even accounting for the seismic changes that the Polish capital has registered since the political transformation of 1989, the resurgence experienced by the district of Wola has been quite extraordinary.
Hamilton Group has completed a full refurbishment of Venetian House Apartment Hotel. Works included the installation of a new lift in the Officyna building and a complete re-decoration of the 1200m2 of room space.
Hamilton May have successfully brokered a high value multi-unit transaction at the prestigious Novum development in the centre of Krakow.
Change can be a wonderful catalyst for good but markets and money generally do not like change. The substantial drop in the pound has probably been the strongest and most visible manifestation of this fear to date. For UK investors looking to deploy capital to Kraków the ‘psychological’ impact on the pound has already dented their expected returns making any immediate investment look less attractive in the context of the past 12 months.