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Munich region: REALOGIS analyses the market for logistics and industrial properties in the first half of 2024

  • Respectable half-year take-up
  • Regional ranking: Munich East with a strong result
  • Sector ranking: Manufacturing still in 1st place
  • Large areas with high growth
  • Prime rent above € 10 mark - but with a slight discount towards the end of 2023
  • Outlook: Total annual take-up of 220,000 m² expected
Munich, 10 July 2024 - The owner-occupier and rental market for logistics and industrial properties in Munich achieved an average result with take-up of 123,000 m². The take-up achieved by all market players in the metropolitan area is 7,000 m² or 5.4 % below the same period last year and almost on a par with the average of the last five first half-years, which currently stands at 122,700 m².

Tenants, owners and project developers can find these and other analyses in the latest market report from Realogis, Germany's leading consultancy for industrial and logistics properties and commercial land.

Transactions in existing properties remain in the lead in the first six months of 2024 with 72,100 m² or 58.6 %. However, they lost -27,300 m² or -27.5 % in absolute terms and -17.8 percentage points in terms of the proportion of take-up, down from 99,400 m² or 76.5 % in the same period of the previous year.

By contrast, new-build properties increased their share to 41.8 % with an additional 20,300 m² of take-up to 50,900 m², up from 30,600 m² or 23.5 % (corresponding to an increase of 41.4 %).

"The take-up of new-build properties in the Munich metropolitan region cannot compensate for the decline in rentals of existing space and the resulting delta," comments
Nicolas Werner, Managing Director of Realogis Immobilien München GmbH.

There have been no transactions on former brownfield sites now or in the previous year.

In terms of building type, the category of other properties, which do not meet the criteria of either big box properties or business parks, continues to lead the field with a share of 56.3% or 69,300 m² (H1 2023: 65.6% or 85,300 m²). This means that this category is down by 16,000 m² or 18.8% year-on-year.

Big boxes, i.e. units of 10,000 m² or more, achieved a take-up of 27,200 m² or 22.1 %. Realogis did not register any transactions in big boxes in the first half of the previous year.

Business parks are almost on a par with 26,500 m² or 21.5 %. However, this building class, which accounted for 44,700 m² or 34.4 %, saw the sharpest decline with 18,200 m² or -40.7 %.

Regional ranking: Munich East with strong result
The region with the highest take-up from January to June 2024 is Munich East with 68,400 m² or 55.6 % (H1 2023: 22,200 m² or 17.1 %). With growth of 46,200 m², it recorded the strongest absolute growth of all submarkets. This is more than a tripling. At the same time, it is the only region to exceed its 5-year average of 27,730 m², and by a considerable margin (146 %).

The previously top-ranked North region came in second place with 35,900 m² or 29.2 %. In the same period last year, the figure was 78,100 m² or 60.1 %. It lost the most in absolute and proportionate terms, namely -42,200 m² or -54 % and 30.9 percentage points in proportionate terms. The average of the past five first half-years of 57,020 m² was missed by a clear 37 %.

The West region took third place with 10,100 m² or 8.2 %. Compared to the previous year (H1 2023: 10,600 m² or 8.2%), this is a sideways movement. However, the West region is significantly below its current 5-year average. This stands at 23,210 m², which corresponds to a drop of 56.5 %.

The South region, which came in third place, brought up the rear with 8,600 m² or 7% (H1 2023: 19,100 m² or 14.7%), posting the second sharpest decline in take-up of all regions at -10,500 m² or -55% and falling 41.7% short of the 5-year average of 14,740 m².

"The performance in the first half of the year is below average, except for the East region. Although the East region's increase of 46,200 m² alone cannot compensate for the accumulated decline of 53,200 m² in the other regions, its above-average performance means that the first half of the year in the Munich market is certainly respectable," explains Nicolas Werner.

Sector ranking: Manufacturing remains in 1st place
Manufacturing is and remains the leading sector on the logistics and industrial property market in Munich. In the first half of 2024, 58,400 m² or 47.5% (H1 2023: 74,700 m² or 57.5%) was taken up. Despite the sharpest absolute decline in take-up of all sectors (-16,300 m² or -21.8 %), the leading position can be maintained. In addition, the 5-year average of 50,760 m² was exceeded by a significant 15 %. Two of the top deals - including Isar Aerospace with 40,000 m² - contributed a total of 45,600 m² or 78.1 % to take-up.

Key take-up drivers






Isar Aerospace

Region East

40,000 m²

New building



Region East

16,000 m²

Existing Building



Region North

8,800 m²

Existing Building


The Retail/wholesale sector, which was previously in last place, improved strongly with 30,900 m² or 25.1 %, up from 12,500 m² or 9.6 %. It has thus more than doubled and is now 18,400 m² or 147 % above the previous year's figure. The 5-year average of 25,520 m² was exceeded by a significant 21 %. The 16,000 m² taken by Sahlberg, a B2B retailer of technical products, dominated the market and accounted for just over half of take-up in the retail category.

Within this category, traditional retail is the market leader with 26,500 m² or 85.8 %. Coming from 6,300 m² or 50.4 % in the same period of the previous year, it was able to increase its performance by 20,200 m² or more than fourfold. E-commerce accounted for 4,400 m² or 14.2% of retail space take-up (which corresponds to -1,800 m² or -29%). Only traditional retail was able to exceed its 5-year average: +70% (15,600 m²), while e-commerce was 56% lower (9,920 m²).

"In the previous half-year, the share of e-commerce and traditional retail was equally distributed at around 50% each. Currently, almost 9 out of 10 square metres taken up are attributable to traditional retail," says Nicolas Werner.

The logistics/distribution sector is once again in third place with 18,500 m² or 15% (H1 2023: 17,900 m² or 13.8%). However, as in the first half of 2023, the 5-year average of 33,840 m² is also currently being missed by a significant 45 %.

"The decrease in space on the part of logistics and distribution companies has been much more significant for the Munich market in the past five first half-years than we are currently seeing," explains Nicolas Werner.

At the bottom of the table is the previously second-placed miscellaneous category "Supply/others" with 15,200 m² or 12.4% (H1 2023: 24,900 m² or 19.2%). Lufthansa's take-up of 8,800 m² or 57.9% currently accounts for the largest share of take-up.

Large spaces with high growth
The 10,001 m² and above category accounted for 56,000 m², or 45.5 %, of take-up in the past six months. This is a significant increase of 26,000 m² or 86.7 % compared to the same period last year. The fact that the 5-year average has now been clearly exceeded by 84.5 % (30,352 m²) is a clear indication that this size category is currently playing a prominent role. In particular, Isar Aerospace's take-up of over 40,000 m² and Sahlberg's take-up of over 16,000 m² contributed significantly to the total take-up in this size category. At the same time, Isar Aerospace is the largest single deal of the last five first half-years, according to Realogis' analysis.

Units in the 5,001 and 10,000 m² category recorded take-up of 17,200 m² or 14 %, which is 20,100 m² or 53.9 % less than in H1 2023 (37,300 m² or 28.7 %). This is the largest year-on-year decline and also means the highest proportionate loss of 14.7 percentage points in the share of total take-up. The five-year average of 30,565 m² was missed by a significant 43.7 %. The past six months were therefore unusually weak in comparison to the last five first half-years. In this sub-category, the take-up by Lufthansa dominated the market. Lufthansa is responsible for 8,800 m² and thus generated 51 % of take-up.

Space between 3,001 and 5,000 m² accounted for 9,500 m², or 7.7 % (ranked 5th or last). Coming from 14,600 m² or 11.2 %, this is a decline of 5,100 m² or 34.9 %. The 5-year average of 18,632 m² was clearly missed by 49 %.

Still in first place in the previous year, smaller units between 1,000 and 3,000 m² are currently in second place. With a decline of -9,600 m² or -23.8 %, they fell to second place among all size categories with 30,700 m² or 25 %. In the previous year, they were still at 40,300 m² or 31 %. The 5-year average of 40,030 m² was therefore undercut by a significant 23.3 %. The smallest spaces of less than 1,000 m² rose one place from last place to fourth place. At 9,600 m² or 7.8 %, they are now ahead of last year's 7,800 m² or 6 %. This corresponds to an increase of 1,800 m² or 23.1 %. Of all size categories, they are closest to their 5-year average, even if this is undercut by 10.8 % (10,768 m²).

Prime rents above the €10 mark - but with a slight discount at the end of 2023
Compared to the first half of 2023, the prime rent reached its latest provisional high of €10.50/m², up 7.7% (H1 2023: €9.75/m²). This is the first time that the €10 mark has been exceeded in a half-year comparison, although it represents a moderate decline compared to the end of 2023 (when the prime rent was €10.80/m²). The 5-year average of €9.25/m² was exceeded by 13.5 %.

The average rent reached a new high of €8.50/m², up 13.3% on the previous year's figure of €7.50/m². The current figure is around 13.3% above the 5-year average of €7.19/m².

"We expect total annual take-up of at least 220,000 m² by the end of the year. The market will be characterised by two major deals of 20,000 m² each in the second half of the year," forecasts Nicolas Werner.


Press contact REALOGIS:
SH/Communication - Agency for Public Relations
Silke Westermann
Tel: +49/211/53 88 3-440


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Silja Schuppler
Leopoldstraße 154, 80804 München

Tel: +49/89/51 55 69 17

REALOGIS. No. 1 for industrial and logistics properties

The REALOGIS Group is Germany’s leading player for the consulting and brokering of industrial, logistics and commercial properties. Founded in 2005 as a pioneer for the asset class of logistics and industry, the owner-operated group has enjoyed healthy growth, is crisis-resistant and knows the German market like no other. In 2022 Realogis generated nearly 1.25 million m² of usable space alone in the letting segment. The net commission revenue of all services in the financial year 2023 are around EUR 19 million.

In 2021, REALOGIS also won the German Real Estate Prize in the “Commercial Player” category, which honours companies for their outstanding commitment, creativity, innovative strength and sustainability.

Realogis is represented in the country’s seven top logistics locations of Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Leipzig, Munich and Stuttgart, while a dedicated organisational unit ensures transparency in around 15 additional regional logistics markets. 70 real estate professionals advise national and international companies from the fields of logistics, e-commerce, retail and industry as well as private and institutional investors. Quick, flexible, regional, customer-oriented and with a high volume of transactions.

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