Wroclaw, which is the capital of the Lower Silesia Voivodship, is the fourth largest city in Poland in terms of population. Its central location in Europe, close proximity to other important cities, such as Warsaw, Berlin or Prague and developed infrastructure, make Wroclaw one of the foremost dynamically developing metropolises in the country. As a leading business, technological and cultural center, it attracts not only tourists, but also Polish and international companies. This entails a dynamic development of the office market, the emergence of modern office complexes and a wide range of offices for rent in Wroclaw.
Thanks to motorways and expressways, the capital of Lower Silesia is well connected with other Polish cities. The airport located near the city offers permanent connections with dozens of European cities. In 2018, it served a record number of over 3 million passengers, which shows that the city is an important center.
Wroclaw undoubtedly belongs to one of the most interesting tourist cities in the country. Numerous historical and cultural attractions as well as the characteristics of the city itself cause that 4-5 million tourists visit it every year. The market, one of the largest and most impressive in Poland, is a meeting place and one of the goals of visiting most tourists. While being in Wroclaw, make sure to go to the Environmental Education Center "Hydropolis" and to Ostrow Tumski, discovering along the way more than 200 dwarfs that fit in well with the city landscape. Wroclaw is a vibrant city, which in 2016 was selected as the European Capital of Culture.
The capital of the voivodship is the third largest academic center in Poland. There are 25 higher education institutions in the city, where about 115,000 students study. Every year, almost 32,000 graduates leave the university with a degree, among them there are many graduates of such desirable courses as IT and sciences related to IT, foreign philology or finance. Young people can take up employment in numerous companies, including such well-known as IBM, Google, Siemens and Dolby, with offices in Wroclaw. For years Wroclaw attracts the best companies and experts in the IT area.
Due to the large group of graduates and their specializations, Wroclaw has been chosen by over 200 companies from the IT sector and over 110 shared service centers. The availability of qualified employees, the attractiveness of the city and incentives in the form of 4 special economic zones make many international corporations choose the capital of Lower Silesia.
Office market in Wroclaw
Numerous companies that choose Wroclaw for their headquarters need an office space that will suit their needs. As a result, they impose a dynamic development of this sector in Wroclaw, which in terms of office resources now occupies the second place among the regional market. Total office resources in Wroclaw at the end of the first quarter of 2019 reached 1.07 million sq m, and at the end of March, over 210,000 sq m of office space was still under construction. The demand for office space in Wroclaw is not diminishing, and hence well communicated and modern offices quickly find their tenants.
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