The total area of both projects will come to app. 120,000 sqm.

The sites on Warsaw’s outskirts were chosen based on current market requirements, new trends such as e-commerce and last mile logistics, forecasted growth areas and tenant needs, and will allow for effective distribution across the capital with easy access to national roads and motorways.

The logistics services market in Poland is going through dynamic growth. We are observing continuing increased demand for warehouse space, which is why we have decided to expand our existing operations with a new JV – White Star Logistics. We’re planning further development and expansion in Poland, including four new locations this year, and ten to twelve logistic centres over the next three years in attractive locations across the country.
Bartosz Szewczyk, the managing partner of White Star Logistics in Poland

The centres, which are to be used for both storage and light production, will possess such pro-environmental features as green as photovoltaic panels, water recycling, energy efficient systems and electric vehicle charging stations. They are to be BREEAM certified at the ‘Very Good’ level.