Special event to know more about Kaunas during the informal event?
Come and join us at our events on the 13 of March, at the stand P-1.G36, P-1.H31.
During the event, us:
from 2:00 PM will have the Outlook of the property market for spring, 2019 made by the “Newsec”;
from 2:30 PM we will have the coctail time.
Kaunas – best kept secret for new investments
Attractive & Competitive
Kaunas is focused on gaining and maintaining urban attractiveness and competitiveness. Convenient geographic location, accessibility of skilled workforce, rapidly growing real estate sector, competitive real estate purchase and lease price, acceptable labour costs, effective process of starting a business and the provided assistance and guidance on business creation, development and investment issues by the city’s government makes Kaunas city attractive for investments.
Young & Large
Kaunas is the fourth largest city in the Baltic states and the second largest in the country with the urban area of ~400,000 people. It is the city of students with 6 universities, 4 universities of applied sciences that ensure the constant, annual influx of youth into the city.
Modernistic & Contemporary
Kaunas has the unique legacy from the inter-war times. Contemporary “Kaunas modernistic” architecture is currently in the tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage and will be The European Capital of Culture in 2022 with a motto – “From temporary to contemporary capital”.
Well-located & Accessible
Historically and contemporary, Kaunas is also a logistical hub of regional importance with intersections of all the most important regional highways (“Via Baltica”, A1 Klaipėda-Vilnius), railroads (European-standard “Rail Baltica”, Russian-standard Kaliningrad-Moscow), Lithuania’s main cargo airport, and industrial river port. The city is well-connected by air with the most promising and fast – growing Lithuania’s airport located on Kaunas’s outskirts.
European Region of the Future
Kaunas is also rated among the top 10 small European Regions of the Future by “Human Capital and Lifestyle” (by FDI Magazine) and has a fast-growing, well-functioning, uniquely positioned Free Economic Zone (FEZ) with tax incentives and developed land site.
Kaunas in numbers
Kaunas commercial real estate market is growing – business center projects currently being developed in the city in 2019 will generate 84 thousand sqm new and modern, business-friendly office space.* 2019 number of modern office space – estimated.
Record-breaking year in the real estate sector: Lithuania
In 2018, the Lithuanian economy grew by 3.6 per cent. The economy looks strong with medium inflation, low unemployment rate and consistent wage growth. Positive economic development has translated well into the real estate market. Office take-up remains high in both Vilnius and Kaunas, with large international IT and finance companies at the forefront of relocation and expansion activities.