With a population of about 1.7 million, Warsaw is the dynamic, sprawling capital of Poland, a nation of 38 million that is integrating into the global economy rapidly. Measured by purchasing power parity, Poland is the world’s 25th-largest economy.

Warsaw is Poland’s political, financial, cultural and commercial capital. Thanks to rising consumption and a growing volume of trade—spurred by membership of the European Union—Warsaw is an important regional and international center for distribution and logistics. Warsaw Chopin Airport is the largest airport in Poland. Cargo shipments at the airport are rising at an annual rate of nearly 15 percent.

Warsaw sits at the junction of several major highways, freight rail lines and the Vistula river. The Warsaw region is home to many industries, including auto manufacturing. Poland’s economy is tightly integrated with the rest of Europe’s and especially with Germany. A robust network of industrial properties and warehouses service manufacturers based in the Warsaw region. At more than 3.9 million square meters, Warsaw has the largest stock of logistics space in Poland.

With a 13-percent market share, Prologis is the leading provider of industrial properties and warehouses in the Warsaw region.



Featured Properties

Prologis Park Teresin DC2B, Poland

Teresin DC2B

Warsaw, Poland

This modern industrial distribution complex has its own railway siding and access to the DK92 and A2 motorways (Wiskitki junction), offering ideal...

Prologis Park Janki DC1, Poland

Janki DC1

Sokołów, Poland

This 25,500 square meter BREEAM “Good” accredited industrial warehouse is, just 15 kilometers southwest of the center of Warsaw, accessible via public...

Prologis Park Janki, Poland

Janki DC2

Sokołów, Poland

This 274,469 SF (25,499 SQM) facility in the Warsaw market has BREEAM “Good” accreditation. The warehouse was built according to ISO 14.001 features...

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