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Railawy station in Lodz, Central Poland

Central Poland

Central Poland is anchored by Łódź Province. Łódź is catching up with the national average as its GDP is growing quickly, but is currently below the nation’s average.

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Poznań
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Poznań, Polska

Poznań

Midway between Berlin and Warsaw and an important trade center since the Middle Ages, Poznań is the economic and administrative center of Poland’s Wielkopolska region. With a population of 1.4 million, it is the country’s fifth-largest metropolitan area. An economic powerhouse with the second-biggest local economy after Warsaw, Poznań has the highest GDP per capita and the lowest unemployment level of any Polish city.

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Upper Silesia
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Upper Silesia, Poland

Upper Silesia

Upper Silesia, located in the south of Poland and bordering the Czech Republic and Slovakia, is the most industrialized and urbanized of Poland’s 16 provinces. The region’s 70-plus cities have a combined population of approximately 4.8 million.

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Warsaw
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Warsa market

Warsaw

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.

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Wroclaw, Lower Silesia, Poland

Wroclaw

With a population of 631,000, Wroclaw is the fourth-largest city in Poland and the capital of the province of Lower Silesia. The broader metropolitan area has more than 1 million people, about one-third of Lower Silesia’s population.

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Prologis in Poland

Prologis has been active in Poland since 1997. With a 19-percent market share, we are the industry leader in this rapidly growing economy. As an active developer, we have developed nearly two dozen build-to-suit projects and serve 150 customers with operations in Poland. Our 112 buildings, spread across 24 parks, are well located for easy access to Poland’s robust network of international transport routes. Our committed team of experts is dedicated to ensuring customer needs are always met.

Facts about Prologis Poland

  • 25 Million Square Meters of Industrial Real Estate Space
  • 112 Buildings
  • 506 Acres of Land
As of June 30, 2018 for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects and inclusive of the DCT acquisition on August 22, 2018

Featured Properties in Poland

BTS Arvato at Prologis Park Stryków, Poland

Strykow DC1A

Rawa Mazowiecka, Poland

This 40,400 square meter logistics facility was a build-to-suit for Arvato Polska, a leader in complex outsourcing services.

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Prologis Park Wrocław V, DC4, Poland

Wroclaw V DC4

Nowa Wieś Wrocławska, Poland

This 35,400 square meter warehouse is BREEAM “Good” accredited. Sustainable design features include a 12.5-percent natural daylight level in the...

Prologis Park Chorzów, DC5, Poland

Chorzow DC5

Chorzów, Poland

This flexible warehouse is in a well-located park that offers 24-hour onsite security, four entry gates, public transportation within the park, ample...