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 the total population of Lower Silesia.
Wroclaw is an important regional and national center for distribution and logistics. As the first city in Poland to be incorporated into Europe’s motorway system, Wroclaw has a dense network of highways and freight railways that reach major cities in Poland and the rest of Europe. The Nicolaus Copernicus Airport, just outside of Wroclaw, serves nearly 2 million passengers annually and has active cargo operations.
Wroclaw is one of the three biggest academic hubs in Poland. The many public and private universities in the city enroll some 130,000 students annually. Due to its skilled workforce and favorable business climate, Wroclaw is an important destination for investment. In fDi Magazine’s 2014/2015 rankings, Wroclaw ranked second among Eastern European cities.
With more than 1.4 million square meters of logistics stock, Wroclaw is Poland’s fourth-largest market. Prologis has multiple industrial properties and warehouses in the Wroclaw area.