At the end of H1 2015 modern stock of industrial and logistics spaces across Romania was of 1.9 million sq. m. Bucharest accounts for 50%, with a stock of 955,000 sq. m. With no major deliveries registered, Bucharest’s logistics and industrial portfolio remains unchanged. Outside Bucharest, the largest markets in terms of stock are Timisoara – 12% share in total stock, Ploiesti – 10%, Brasov – 7% and Cluj – 7%.

In H1 2015 supply of industrial and logistics spaces has been on the upswing, being mainly represented by custom build facilities. More than 75,000 sq. m were delivered, 70% being completed in Timisoara. Overall the Western part of Romania was the most active region in terms of deliveries (e.g. Timisoara – 52,000 sq. m; Cluj – 14,000 sq. m; Oradea – 4,000 sq. m).

In H1 2015 demand for industrial & logistics spaces has increased by 37% y-o-y. Total take-up was of ~ 83,000 sq. m, being equally divided between pre-leases and new leases. In Bucharest take-up was of 20,000 sq. m and represented 25% from the entire take-up recorded in H1 2015 nationwide.

Analysing take-up recorded in Bucharest, average space requirement was of 4,000 sq. m, all deals being concluded in projects having space availability.

Throughout H1 2015 Ploiesti was the most performing region in terms of demand. The city attracted ~ 35% from the total take-up recorded. In Timisoara demand for industrial and logistics spaces amounted 11,000 sq. m, representing only 13% share in total take-up. However, the city continues to register the largest deals in terms of area (P&G – renegotiation & renewal for 28,000 sq. m occupied in Dunca Logistic Center Timisoara). Overall, the largest deals in terms of surface were represented by pre-leases, which were concluded in Ploiesti and Brasov.


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