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Piotr Mirowski

Senior Partner | Board Member | CEE Investment Services

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Professional Summary

Piotr Mirowski, in the capacity of senior partner, head of investment services and board member, is responsible for supervision, management and business growth of the capital markets team in Poland. His range of responsibilities includes strategic real estate advisory, origination, structuring and execution of property sale and acquisition transactions, overseeing commercial due diligence and underwriting, participation in commercial negotiations of sale and purchase contracts and transaction management.

 

Piotr joined Colliers in 2006 and previously worked at Deloitte.Piotr graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics with a  major in real estate with his master’s dissertation addressing the issue of influence of mortgage backed securities on the Polish capital and real estate markets.

Accomplishments

Piotr has been instrumental in successful closings of numerous high-profile investment transactions (both sell-side and buy-side) across all main real estate asset classes with a cumulative volume in excess of €9 billion, including commercial advisory and underwriting for a JV between Griffin/Oaktree/PIMCO on the acquisition of a stake in Echo Investment S.A. (underlying asset value of €1.5 bn) and, among others, Q22 (€273 mln, Warsaw), Warsaw Financial Center (€210 mln), Dominikański office complex (€120 mln, Wrocław), Skanska Office Portfolios (ca. €330 mln, Kraków, Katowice, Łódź, Wrocław), Vastint Office Portfolio (€190 mln, Wrocław & Poznań), Wola Park shopping center (€200 mln, Warsaw) and H&M/Castorama/Tesco/Zalando distribution centers (€300+ mln, various locations).

Education

Piotr graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics with a  major in finance & banking / eal estate with his master’s dissertation addressing the issue of influence of mortgage backed securities on the Polish capital and real estate markets.

Memberships & Involvements

ULI Member

Clients

Deals included domestic and cross-border corporate, platform and asset deals for clients such as: Blackstone, Union Investment, Hines, Deka Immobilien, KGAL, Invesco, Echo Investment Vastint, , Generali, Immofinanz, Griffin, PIMCO, Oaktree and DWS

 

Services

Skills

Flex Office

Service Lines

Investment Services

Property Type

Office, Industrial, Retail

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The CEE Investment Scene 2021/2022

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