The economic center of Northern Poland is the Tri-City area, comprised of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. The three cities, set on Poland’s Baltic Sea coast, represent an expanding consumer market with a population of more than 1 million people.
Home to several universities, Northern Poland is a prosperous, highly educated and highly connected region. Gdansk is a center for business process outsourcing.
Northern Poland is home to two important deep-water ports in Gdansk and Gdynia. After decades of under-investment, Poland’s transportation and logistics infrastructure is expanding rapidly. Gdansk, already the largest deep-water container terminal port on the Baltic Sea, is increasing its capacity. The A1 highway and the Tri-City ring road offer easy vehicle access to Poland’s interior.
The region is home to a diversified economy, with key industries that include education, services, manufacturing, agriculture and trade. Poland’s strong underlying economic growth—retail sales and consumption are growing far more rapidly in Poland than in the rest of Europe—is driving demand for warehouses and industrial property.
Prologis operates industrial properties and warehouses in Northern Poland.