Product diversification on the industrial market is a multi-faceted process that has gathered pace in recent years. Newly-developed warehouse projects may vary considerably in many respects. Find out how they differ across Poland!
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, warehouse take-up hit a record high of 1.6 million sq m, reveals an industrial market summary for Q1 2021 released by global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield. The strongest leasing activity was reported in Poznań, the Warsaw area, Upper Silesia and Central Poland.
Developers more and more often consider smaller warehouse modules, especially on the Warsaw market. Such facilities are called Small Business Units (SBUs) and typically provide between 500 and 1,500 sq m of warehouse space.
Sustainability, including energy efficiency, in the real estate sector, is improving by the year. However, the pace of change is not fast enough to offset the growing energy demand. COVID-19 has reduced global carbon dioxide emissions and the negative impact of real estate on the natural environment. Joanna Sinkiewicz talks about what we should do to keep this trend going.
Central Poland, located at an intersection of Poland’s two main motorways, is one of the largest industrial markets in the country. Its logistics locations boast many advantages and the region itself continues to enjoy a growth potential despite its size.
Poland is a hotspot for data center development thanks to its low power costs and small hurricane risk
Warsaw is one of the top ten cities for data center development in the category of power cost and environmental risk, reveals Global Data Center Market Comparison, a report from Cushman & Wakefield.
While many sectors remain hit hard by the pandemic, the industrial market is seeing strong growth. Experts of Cushman & Wakefield look to the future with optimism and indicate key directions of growth for the market.
AST Supplies has leased over 1,300 sq m of warehouse and office space in Panattoni Park Janki III. The tenant was represented in the transaction by Cushman & Wakefield experts.
The year 2020 in the warehouse market was a record year in terms of the level of demand, which reached almost 5 million sq m! Check out the latest Marketbeat report prepared by Cushman & Wakefield experts.
Poland's capital city has become one of the most attractive locations for data center facilities in the CEE region - according to the report "Data Centre European Secondary Markets".
The warehouse market in Poland is pandemic-proof. It is currently the fastest growing commercial real estate sector. In Q3 2020, developers delivered nearly 680,000 sq m, and the total stock of modern warehouse space exceeded 20 million sq m.
According to the latest report by Cushman & Wakefield, the trend of slow rental growth and yield changes in the European commercial real estate markets continued in Q3 2020.
A lease agreement for warehouse space may contain troublesome clauses concerning the surrender and ordinary wear & tear of leased warehouse space. The tenant should know how to interpret them already at the stage of contract negotiations.
According to global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, in H1 2020, lease agreements amounting to 55% of last year’s volume were signed in Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary, totalling 3.7 million sq m. This is 10% more than in H1 2019.