The warehouse market in Greater Poland is driven by logistics companies. Despite the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, Poznań, which is located 260 km from Berlin, remains a convenient transit hub for goods moving between the West and East, say Natalia Mika and Patryk Podgórski, Advisors from the Industrial and Warehouse Department at Newmark Polska.
Due to the changing geopolitical environment and the need to ensure fast and efficient deliveries, businesses look at several key factors when choosing sites for new factories and warehouses. Location, access to main transport corridors and intermodality are among the top selection criteria.
CTP, Europe's largest listed developer, owner, and manager of industrial and logistics properties by gross lettable area (GLA), has signed a 10-year lease for 21,000 sqm at CTPark Gdańsk Port with major Polish cargo operator Morska Agencja Gdynia (MAG).
REGESTA S.A., a rapidly growing logistics services provider, will lease 21,700 sqm of warehouse space in Panattoni Park Zgierz. Its central warehouse will support its four existing warehouses across Poland, with another two under construction. The tenant was advised on the transaction by real estate advisory firm Newmark Polska.
It is high time that we redefined the term the Big Five – that is the core logistics markets in Poland. In practice, there are six: Warsaw, Upper and Lower Silesia, Central Poland, Poznań and… Tricity, says Jakub Kurek, Head of Industrial and Warehouse at Newmark Polska.
A logistics service provider has renewed and expanded its lease in GLP Pomeranian Logistics Centre. Under its new contract the tenant will occupy approximately 22,000 sqm of warehouse and office space in the complex. Real estate advisory firm Newmark Polska was instructed to negotiate the terms of the lease.
The automotive business is growing both in Opolian Silesia and in Lower Silesia. Special economic zones and investments by leading brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Toyota and LG are attracting more vehicle and subassembly manufacturers to the region.
Real estate advisory firm Newmark Polska has published its “Warehouse Map of Poland”, which is an exhaustive guide to the Polish logistics market. The publication presents key data, including the geographical locations of warehouses, transport infrastructure and emerging industrial zones.
Regesta, has renewed its lease for more than 17,000 sqm of warehouse, office and social space in Park Tychy DC1. The tenant was represented during the lease negotiations by real estate advisory firm Newmark Polska.
New multinational companies are leasing warehouses in Upper Silesia while taking advantage of comprehensive logistics services. Developers have secured plots of land in the region and will launch new projects once they pre-let 30-50% of the floorspace of a building as part of meeting banks’ lending requirements.
Subcarpathia continues to gain importance and is likely to become a leading east-west transshipment hub supporting the rebuilding of Ukraine. Its potential has also been recognized by industrial developers who are building warehouses and securing land for future projects in the region.