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A modern, standalone warehouse with a showroom-office area is located in Warsaw, between the S7 route, the southern bypass of Warsaw, and Puławska Street. The convenient location allows easy access to the facility. A public transport stop is located right in front of the property. The warehouse offers 900 square meters of storage space equipped with shelving racks, and approximately 300 square meters of modern, bright showroom-office space. The building is equipped with ecological, energy-efficient solutions such as a heat pump and photovoltaic installation.

  • SBU - a small warehouse with an office, ideal for running an independent business

  • Independent property

  • Combining the Small Business Unit solution with an independent single property that allows you to use the warehouse and office independently, without other companies in the building

  • A small warehouse with great potential

  • The property is ideal for a tenant who, in addition to its functionality, values ​​the appearance of the building and access to a representative, high-class office

  • The bus stop next to the warehouse is an advantage that facilitates quick access to the property for employees from the Ursynów district and other districts of Warsaw and the surrounding area

  • An ecological building with a heat pump and photovoltaic installation

  • mechanical ventilation

  • air conditioning

  • warehouse height of 7.60 meters

  • drive in gate


The warehouse with an exhibition and office part is located in southern Warsaw. Urban location - the location of the warehouse between the S7 expressway, the southern ring road of Warsaw (S2) and Puławska Street, makes access from the property to the center of Warsaw and other districts convenient and quick. The convenient location allows easy access to the property also from outside the city. The public transport stop is right in front of the warehouse. We can get to the center of Warsaw in just 40 minutes.

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  • Storage height (m)
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  • Column grid
  • Railway siding
  • Availability of office space
  • Fire resistance
  • Docks
  • Ground level access doors
  • Cold store/freezer
  • Office space (sq m)
  • Minimal space (sq m)
  • Roof Skylights
  • Sprinklers
  • Monitoring
  • Security
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Przystanek Autobusowy
ul. Puławska
Obwodnica Warszawy (S2)
Warszawa Centrum
Lotnisko Chopina Warszawa

Market data

Warehouse Warsaw - City Region is the largest business and industrial centre in the Masovian Voivodeship. It is one of the most mature warehouse regions in Poland, which in recent years has undergone a process of reindustrialisation and development of the so-called last mile logistics segment.

At the end of September 2023, Warsaw's total warehouse stock amounted to 909,000 sqm. In the period from January to the end of September 2023, developers delivered over 68.5 thousand sqm of modern warehouse space, focusing on the construction of investments near exit routes from the city.

The Warehouse Warsaw - City Market is very often chosen for the construction of smaller urban warehouses in the SBU (Small Business Unit) format. SBU warehouses combine the functions of a warehouse, office, and exhibition space. Examples of investments include projects such as Panattoni City Logistics, 7R City Flex, ideal idea park and SEGRO Business Park. Developers such as Prologis, WhiteStar, Logicor and Hillwood are still active in Warsaw. At the end of September 2023, developer activity did not have a significant impact on the vacancy rate, which remains at a safe level of 10.2%.

Warehouse locations in Warsaw - City Region such as Żerań, Targówek Przemysłowy, Ursynów, and Okęcie with direct access to the Okęcie airport, remain key in the development of the capital's logistics market.

At the end of September 2023, the total warehouse leasable volume in Warsaw City Region amounted to 131,000 sqm. The warehouse offer in the region is tailored to many groups of tenants, including grocery chains, logisticians, data centres, light manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, automotive companies, e.g. vulcanisation companies, car services, and trading companies.

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