Poland has a strategic location in Europe and improving transport infrastructure. The country offers relatively cheap development land and attractive, one of the lowest in CEE, rental levels in modern buildings. The workforce is skilled and less expensive than in other European countries. Therefore, Poland’s warehouse market continues to attract tenants from logistics companies, distribution centres, manufacturing enterprises, as well as retail chains and the e-commerce sector, becoming a hub for the European cross-border online retail for companies like Amazon and Zalando. The most modern and the largest in Europe cargo hub between Asia and Europe is planned in Polish Małaszewicze! The growing demand from the e-commerce industry observed in the last year is also a major factor in the dynamic development of SBUs (small business units) and last mile logistics facilities located in the vicinities of Poland’s large cities.