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Rynek magazynowy w Polsce

Warehouse and Industrial Market in Poland

Summary Q1 2017

A perfect beggining of year

  • Total supply of modern warehouse space in Poland stood at 11.53 million sq m at the end of March 2017.
  • Warsaw (Zone I and II) remains the largest warehouse hub in the country, however its share in total stock decreased from 50% in 2017 to 28% in Q1 2017. Other popular regions are Upper Silesia, Poznań, Wrocław and Central Poland.
  • New supply during Q1 2017 reached 590,000 sq m which was 26% higher when compared year-on-year.
  • Development activity remains high with ca. 1.3 million sq m of warehouse space under construction across the country, of which 80% has been already commited to.
  • Demand for warehouse space exceeded 1 million sq m, which is 30% of 2016 full year’s volume of take-up. Gross take-up over the last 12 months stands at a record level of 3.7 million sq m.
  • Vacancy rate stood at 6.4%. The highest reate was recorded in Kraków (13%) and Szczecin (9%), whereas the lowest in Central Poland (2.3%).
  • Traditionally the highest rents are recorded in Warsaw Zone I (EUR 4.10 – 5.25 per sq m/month) and in other locations they vary between EUR 2.80 and 3.50 per sq m/month (up to EUR 4.00 per sq m/month within cities’ admnistrative borders).
  • Effective rents are ca. 10% lower than headline retns.

Key statistics – Q1 2017