Hot Regions

Hot Regions

CTP’s high-quality, sustainable warehouses are available for lease for logistics, ecommerce, and third-party logistics providers across Central and Eastern Europe, from the region’s capital cities to several other key urban centres. All parks are strategically located to provide prime access to highways, airports, and other key transport and logistics hubs.

Prague

The Czech Republic’s capital is also its most important economic centre. Thanks to its central position both within the country and in Central Europe, the city serves as a key European transport hub, attracting developers of industrial real estate and various manufacturing and logistics companies.   With a population of 1.3 million, Prague boasts a highly educated, multilingual workforce and a relatively low cost of living. The Czech Republic ranks amongst the safest, most politically stable countries in the wor...
 

Bratislava

Straddling the Danube river and bordered by the Morava, Bratislava boasts an advantageous location in Central Europe, a skilled, affordable labor force, and a generally positive forecast for investors. The city is uniquely situated on the border with two countries, Austria and Hungary, on Slovakia’s far-western edge. Proximity to western Europe has afforded this city of just under half a million inhabitants relatively steady economic growth, with major investments by the likes of Volkswagen, Kia Motors, IBM, Samsung,...
 

Ostrava

Just 15 kilometres from the Polish border, the Czech city of Ostrava offers investors a prime location from which to reach the Polish and Slovak markets as well as a vast network of consumers in Europe’s east, west, and south. Travellers also cross through this advantageously located city of nearly 300,000 via key transport routes between the Baltic and Adriatic seas. Dense railway networks with direct links to the Leoš Janáček Airport make transport in and out of the city exceptionally simple.   In addition to ...
 

Budapest

Straddling the Danube river at the crossroads—quite literally—of the European continent, the Hungarian capital and its thriving economy are standouts in Europe’s centre-east. Budapest’s healthy economic activity and GDP, which have risen relatively steadily over the past decade, can be attributed in large part to the city’s advantageous geographic position. Three corridors in the Trans-European Transport Network cross through Budapest, and an intricate freight rail network connects the capital city to the rest of the...
 

Bucharest

Uniquely poised between east and west, present and past, Bucharest boasts an extraordinary location for international commerce and a long legacy of cultural exchange. And while the Romanian capital bears the scars of a tumultuous recent history, its high rises and shopping centres point to a new era of international growth, led by some of the largest corporations in the world today. Bucharest is responsible for more than one-fifth of Romania’s annual GDP, and rapidly rising household incomes and recent increases in m...
 

Belgrade

Belgrade’s star is rising. In recent years, the Serbian capital has attracted the attention of investors across the globe, who recognise the rich potential of this growing Southeastern European hotspot. With a population of 1.6 million, Belgrade accounts for over 40% of Serbia’s gross national product, and low operating costs and corporate tax rates continue to attract FDI into this growing economy. What’s more, the excellent availability of highly skilled, affordable labor led FDI Magazine to name Belgrade one of it...
 

Brno

The historic capital of the Moravian region, Brno is the cultural and economic heart of the Czech Republic’s east. And with good reason: the city’s enviable location, coupled with local business incentives and an affordable cost of living, makes it increasingly attractive to Czechs and foreigners alike. The city lies at the intersection of the D1 and D2 highways and the Srvatka and Svitava rivers, with convenient transport links to major cities such as Vienna, Budapest, and Bratislava, all of which fall within a 200-...
 

Plzeň

Situated halfway between the German border and the capital city of Prague, Plzeň’s prime location in the western Czech Republic confers several key advantages to investors. The city is positioned on the D5 motorway linking Prague to Germany as well as the E49 carrying passengers from Germany through Austria. Just an hour from Prague, it’s the fourth largest city in the country, with approximately 175,000 inhabitants.   Although the city is perhaps best known for its famous local beer, Plzeň boasts a strong manuf...