I am in the process of making a residential investment in Poland as well and Lodz is at the top of my list, but there are other rivals that are neck in neck in our estimation. I think the chance for appreciation of investment in Lodz is amazing. It's all about vision, promotion and yes the will of many people...keep up the momentum.Ok lets go through this. I say fascinating because Lodz has probably fhe largest potential/space for modern change and yet has the largest amount of pre-war architecture (appart from Krakow). Lodz has it all to come. The city is currently beginning a comlete renovation. Have you not heard about this? The government has restarted plans for a large airport between Lodz and Warsaw. The high speed rail link. It will soon be viable to live cheaper in Lodz and work in Warsaw. I know so many people from Spain Italy Portugal who live and work in Lodz. They have purchased property and will make money on that. They enjoy life in Lodz - and more are coming. This will cause a chain reaction. I am currently investing in property in Lodz. Yes people are leaving - but other people are replacing them. I have been to Lodz 9 times this year.
You say without a future - completely blindly - based on nothing but your own bias.
Lodz has more history than most American cities. New York's grid road system was influenced by Lodz