The equally important distribution costs are the costs for storing material and goods, whether on the side of the manufacturer or the supplier and retailer. Each subject comes from its possibilities and capabilities for the storage facilities. Different manufacturers and traders also require different storage conditions (e.g. industrial production food production, etc.). It all depends on the type and kind of production. However, all types of storage have something in common. They are the dead costs, and the priority of manufacturer, supplier or vendor is to make items in stock delayed the shortest possible time and sent as quickly as possible to a customer. An important decision is the optimal storage area at a reasonable cost. In the paper, I summarize the overview and the development of storage facilities and logistics parks in general in the Czech Republic from 2006 onwards 2008-2009, when there was the financial crisis and the slump in the global economy up to the present (end of 2014). Based on the information from the individual periods in the years 2006-2014, when there was a drop in the world economy, it would be possible to establish the following
hypothesis: Changes in the world economy directly affect the number of industrial areas under
construction and their price per square meter.
Keywords: logistics, industrial areas, process of construction, price