October 6, 2023
National property consultancy Carter Jonas and Axi Immo Group (Axi Immo), a leading Polish commercial real estate agency, have formed a strategic alliance with both aiming to strengthen their cross-border activities.
Founded in 2009, Axi Immo is known for its strong presence in the logistics and industrial sector and for providing a broad spectrum of services, including leasing office space, valuation and advisory, investment transactions, property and asset management, land acquisition and disposals, as well as market research. Axi Immo has offices in Warsaw, Katowice, Łódź, Gdańsk, Kraków, and Wrocław.
As one of its principal areas, Carter Jonas has a strong reputation in the industrial and wider commercial property market, with teams working across its network of UK offices. This new agreement marks the fourth formal international alliance for Carter Jonas. It already has established relationships with German Property Partners and specialists in both the Netherlands and Republic of Ireland.
Iain Mulvey, Business Development Director, Carter Jonas, said:
“Our international alliances provide a valuable contribution to our business, enabling us to advise clients as we respond to changing market conditions and new cross-border opportunities with flexibility and strength, supported by collective values, complementary knowledge, and local expertise.
“Recent examples of cross-border referral work include an office acquisition at 3 Noble Street in the City of London on behalf of German energy trading company EnBW, and the sale of a €20 million freehold industrial site in Ebersbach near Stuttgart acting for US occupier Accuride. Recognising the effectiveness of this approach, we look forward to working with our Axi Immo, establishing cooperative links within Polish and UK markets.”
Renata Osiecka, Managing Partner, Axi Immo Group said:
“Joining Carter Jonas is another step to make AXI IMMO even more recognisable on the commercial real estate market. This alliance gives us valuable experience and wider opportunities to cooperate with international Clients. Currently, business requires a major level of diversification and room to grow. We believe that this partnership will ultimately lead to joint transactions.”