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Warsaw Office Zones Guide | November 2021

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic most companies switched to remote work and reduced the demand for office space, which is reflected in Colliers “Warsaw Office Zones Guide” report’s data. Thanks to vaccinations and a reduction in the number of COVID-19 cases, in Q2 and Q3 2021 a gradual return of employees to offices and an increase in tenant activity in the Polish capital were visible. Download our latest report and find out:

  • How many office zones and subzones is the Warsaw office market divided into?
  • Which zones attract tenants the most?
  • Where do companies from the financial sector locate their offices, and which zones are often chosen by companies from the manufacturing sector?

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Izabela Kapil



Izabela has 14  years of experience in leasing and asset management in CEE region, specializing in office buildings.  She is holding a real estate license and completed post-graduate studies at the Institute of Spatial Management and Housing and the Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management.

Izabela is leading the Landlord Representation department, supervising work of the team in Warsaw and overlooking Landlord Representation services in regional cities. She  working with Clients to set up and leasing strategies for their properties.

Before joining Colliers in July 2019, she was  for 7 years working for Heitman, managing office assets with a total value of more than EUR 500 million and area of 260,000 sqm located in Warsaw and Budapest. She was responsible for developing strategic plans for managed assets, tendering and establishing team of service providers working on the assets after acquisitions.

She was also overseeing Property Management and leasing of managed properties. During the time at Heitman, he was involved in leasing/extensions of more than 300 000 sqm.She was also responsible for extensive repositioning programs that were implemented in 2 assets.She was also responsible for refinancing of the assets and cooperation with lenders.

Before joining Heitman, Izabela gained real estate experience working for 6 years at DTZ in the office agency department, mainly representing Landlords and leasing buildings with a total area of approx. 130 000 sqm.

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Dominika Jedrak



Dominika joined Colliers International in 2011 at the position of Head of Research and Consultancy Services, where she is responsible for managing and coordinating the work of the department, carrying out of the projects for external clients, preparing reports, etc. Dominika is related to the real estate industry since the beginning of her career. 

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