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A grey Ferrari comes to a halt in Warsaw and a young woman emerges.Of the 100 most expensive real-estate sales in Warsaw between 2015 and 2017, 79 concerned flats in the Cosmopolitan building, said Karolina Kaim, president of Tacit Investment, the Polish firm that financed the building's construction.The most sought after units look out onto the Vistula River and the old part of town and cost nearly 10,000 euros per square meter – a figure that may not shock Parisians or Londoners but is staggering to the average Pole who earns around 1,100 euros a month.Were it not for the company's policy of limiting production, Poles would snap up "10 or 15 percent more" Ferraris, she told AFP.Some Poles have many more than just one sports car.A land developer, who declined to be identified, admitted he had three Ferraris parked in his garage, while the brand's biggest collector in Poland has 12 . The general manager of the Bentley and Lamborghini dealerships in Poland, Piotr Jedrach, expects to sell around 50 British limousines in 2018 – an increase on previous years thanks in part to the recent addition of an SUV model.
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