The More, the Emptier: The Consequences of Growing Concentration in Urban Office Space in Poland
Dmytro Osiichuk and
Eastern European Economics, 2021, vol. 59, issue 2, 171-197
The paper identifies and measures the economic consequences of the rapid saturation of commercial real estate markets in Poland. We document a negative link between the growing concentration of office buildings in the Polish real estate submarkets and building-level vacancy rates. Slower absorption in the areas that are more densely built up is accompanied by lower asking rents. The impact of saturation in real estate markets on building-level fundamentals is heterogenous across different classes of real estate assets, and high-quality buildings are less vulnerable than the low-quality buildings. Our findings demonstrate that higher density in office space harms investors.
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