What is more, Warsaw’s attractive consumer market, strategic central location and on-going investments in road infrastructure transformed the region into the country’s main logistics hub.
Warsaw region provides a wide selection of warehouses for rent, offering various modules, rent stakes or solutions in line with the tenant’s individual requirements.
Within the city’s administrative boundries tenants can choose between smaller industrial facilities, that can also offer additional presentable offcie space (the so-called Small Business Units). The urban warehouses are mostly located southwest (Okecie district) and north (Zeran district) of Warsaw.
Larger industrial parks, some of which providing even more than 100K square meters of space within one complex, can be found approximately within a radius of 50 km. west and southwest of the capital (Teresin, Sochaczew and Mszczonów) and the suburban towns (Pruszków, Ożarów Mazowiecki, Błonie, Nadarzyn, Piaseczno).
Tenants leasing warehouse space in Warsaw and the suburbs have access to an aboundant consumer market, skilled labor forecs and the most developed hintherland for logistics.
Warsaw metropolitan area is one of the largest national transportation junction, that encompasses 6 national roads, 8 railway tracks of great importance and the main country airport. The region is also intersected by 3 out of 10 Trans-European transport networks (Helsinki - Warsaw, Berlin - Moscow , Gdansk - Ostrava). Warsaw’s logistics potential has been noticed and used not only by logistic operators, but also by retailers and companies from FMCG sector.