The market for logistic, warehouse and industrial space is undergoing dynamic changes. Authors of the BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland’s quarterly report point out to a continued high take up, accompanied by low vacancy rates prevailing for a long time, and more recently, also by a slowdown on the developers’ side. Experts also highlight a more pronounced shift towards sustainable construction, and the fact that the logistics industry is managing the electromobility trend.
Despite natural concerns about the economic and geopolitical situation, warehouse logistics continues to be well positioned for growth. International investors see Poland as the key player in a region that bases its competitiveness on still affordable land prices compared to its Western neighbours, attractive rent rates as well as reasonable construction cost and skilled labour force. The continued interest in our country is evidenced for example by the entry of such experienced developer as ECE into Poland
pointed out Michał Rdzanek, Associate Director from the Industrial and Logistics Department, BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland.
The end of the year should be the moment when rents reach a level acceptable to all parties. We expect also that, although the market is cooling down, we may see more speculative projects in the coming months
says Piotr Załęski, Associate Director from the Industrial and Logistics Department, BNP Paribas Real Estate Poland.