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Current information about the Polish and European market

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Poland in Europe’s top three for industrial developer activity


Gross demand was almost 950,000 sqm with new deals and expansions dominating the market. New space delivered in the first quarter of 2020 totalled 440,000 sqm.

Another year of record growth for Polish industrial market


Annual volume of leased floor-space in 2019 was 3.75 million sqm. The market grew by a record-breaking 2.8 million sqm while 1.9 million sqm of space is under construction.

Polish industrial market on its way to 18 million sqm


2.5 million sqm was leased in the first three quarters of 2019 and by the end of the year, demand will most likely exceed 3 million sqm. 2019 has seen developers deliver two million sqm to market, with a total stock now stands at almost 18 million sqm.

New industrial locations in Poland


The importance of new locations on the industrial real estate market in Poland looks set to rapidly grow - this is the conclusion that can be drawn from the “Small town, big deal” report prepared by JLL in cooperation with Hillwood Poland and ManpowerGroup. The so-called Big Five still remain the growth engine and continuously attract the majority of investments. However, cities such as Konin, Kielce and Częstochowa are the rising stars of the Polish industrial market.