Polski Holding Nieruchomości (PHN) Capital Group, which has been conducting its business operations in Poland’s capital city for decades, is again joining in the commemoration of the anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising. Brightly lit anchor-shaped emblems of the Polish Underground State, 20 meters in size, will appear on the walls of the company’s INTRACO office building located at 2 Stawki Street. From Monday, 31 July, for two nights until 1 August, the anchor-shaped symbols of...
Despite difficult market and macroeconomic conditions, the PHN Group generated consolidated sales revenue of PLN 137.3 million in the first quarter of this year, which means an increase by 26% year on year. This is the result of a consistently implemented policy of diversification of activities. Thanks to it as well as strict cost control, adjusted EBITDA amounted to PLN 19.9 million. In Q1 2023, consolidated sales revenue of the PHN Group, achieved in segments of, among others, rental,...
Polski Holding Nieruchomości issued 3-year C-series bonds with a total nominal value of PLN 220 million, exceeding the original assumptions by more than 2.5 times, with a favourable interest margin. The company will use the acquired funds, among others, for the implementation of an ambitious investment programme.  The offer of PHN C-series bonds, which ended on 23 May this year, met with very positive interest from financial investors. Within two days, subscriptions through the four largest...
The PHN Group once again reported good financial performance thanks to its firmly pursued policy of diversified operations and strict cost control. Despite a tough market and macroeconomic environment, its consolidated revenue totalled PLN 627.0 million, having increased by 30.5 percent year on year. The PHN Group generated PLN 157.9 million in EBITDA and PLN 30.0 million in net profit. In a turbulent market, the PHN Group’s consolidated sales revenue from the lease, property development,...
The SKYSAWA tower, which is more than 155 meters high, has been awarded the final BREEAM sustainable construction certificate with the “Outstanding” rating with a score of 95.6%. This is currently the highest rating obtained in Poland in the BREEAM International 2016 scheme. The tower received 2% more than the design-level certification assumed (93.6%). BREEAM is a multi-criteria building scoring system. PHN’s investment was assessed in ten categories, including: implementation process...