Key market indicators

1.5 m sq m
Vacancy rate
Under construction
21 k sq m
Headline rents
4.00 - 4.50 EUR

Warehouses for lease in Western Poland

Warehouses for rent in Western Poland

The region of Western Poland enjoys increasing interest of developers and tenants of warehouse and industrial spaces. The key contributor to the development of the market is a very favorable geopolitical location at the western border, which allows access to attractive markets of Germany and other Western European countries as well as the presence of key transport corridors (routes: S3, A2, A4) supporting the growth of the region's logistics potential. New logistics projects are offered by developers such as Panattoni, Hillwood, CTP and Exeter. Available projects are located near cities such as: Zielona Góra, Świecko, Krosno Odrzanskie, Słubice, Zgorzelec, Gorzów Wielkopolski and Świebodzin.

Access to key transport corridors

An important factor encouraging companies to invest in the region is access to the S3 expressway (Świnoujście - Lubawka). This road is a part of the international E65 route located in the trans-European transport corridor connecting Scandinavia and the countries of Central and Southern Europe. In Poland, it runs through the area of three voivodeships: Dolnośląskie, Lubuskie and Zachodniopomorskie, where it connects with the complex of two seaports: in Szczecin and Świnoujście). Thanks to the connection with two motorways (A2 and A4), the road provides efficient communication with large metropolitan centers, i.e. with Wrocław and Poznań.

The dynamic development of the warehouse market in Poland does not exclude its western part. The development of a network of express roads such as S3 and S5, as well as the proximity of Germany and a high concentration of companies from the manufacturing and automotive industries generate an increase in demand for logistics and industrial space in the region - - comments Paulina Machałowska.

Facilities offered for distribution and production

Our warehouses in Western Poland are modern A-class facilities that meet the highest standards. Typical amenities and the possibility of introducing additional functionalities within each warehouse provide the right conditions for companies looking for new solutions for conducting distribution, logistics, storage and light manufacturing operations. A large amount of investment land also allows for the implementation of dedicated build-to-suit (BTS) facilities equipped, for example, with a cross-dock platform. In the Western Poland region, there are three special economic zones: the Kamienna Góra Special Economic Zone, the Kostrzyń-Słubice Special Economic Zone and the Wałbrzych Special Economic Zone. The leading industries are companies of production and distribution profiles.

Developers and tenants see the high potential of the Western Poland market, which is confirmed by the large number of BTS investments and the development of new logistics projects in the cities of the region: Zielona Góra, Świecko and Krosno Odrzańskie - adds Michał Sikora.

Advantages of the region

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of the border

The location in the vicinity of the western border provides access to Western European markets.

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Access to qualified, still price-competitive, staff.

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The location of the region supports logistics not only to other European markets - transport corridors lead also to key Polish cities, such as Łódź, Warsaw or Wrocław

Interesting facts about the region of Western Poland

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- The main driving force of the logistics market in the region are European-wide e-commerce companies.

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- Many German companies transfer their activities to this region of Poland to serve their own market.

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- This region is often chosen by companies from the automotive and production industries.



Articles from the region

Western Pomerania as a European mini-hub for e-commerce?

More than 1 million sq m of Western Pomerania’s existing warehouse stock is dedicated to e-commerce operations, reveals a report from global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield Catching the Business Wave of Logistics and Warehousing in Western Pomerania. Its further growth in the region is expected to be driven by nearshoring, with new investment coming largely from Scandinavia and Germany.

03 july 2023
Cushman & Wakefield