Biuro Inwestycji Kapitałowych started the second stage of development of the BIK Park Wrocław logistics park. The project will provide approx. 22,500 square meters of warehouse space. Consequently, the surface area of the entire complex will reach the target level of approx. 47,500 square meters. The construction works are planned to be completed by the end of this year.
Biuro Inwestycji Kapitałowych started to expand the logistics centre in the vicinity of Wrocław, which was very well received by tenants. The development known as BIK Park Wrocław I is located in Nowa Wieś Wrocławska in the municipality of Kąty Wrocławskie in the vicinity of the A4 motorway exit at the Pietrzykowice interchange. Under the project, a new warehouse hall with a leasable area of approx. 22,500 square meters will be built. The development will be composed of minimum modules of approx. 1,750 square meters, which can be combined, depending on the tenants’ needs.
As part of the first stage of the construction, completed already last year, approx. 25,000 square meters of modern warehouse space was built and fully commercialized. After completion of the construction works in the second stage, the target warehouse and office space of the entire development will increase to 47,500 square meters. The logistics centre is located on a plot with a surface area of 11.7 ha.
“All the time we see huge interest in leasing modern warehouse space. Thanks to the possibility of combining individual modules, our project may be easily adapted to the needs of both smaller and bigger entities. We have started the earthwork. We plan to complete the entire project still this year. At the same time, we conduct talks with potential tenants. One of the great advantages of our project is the location in the direct proximity of the motorway, which ensures quick access”, said Krzysztof Mucha, Business Development Manager at Biuro Inwestycji Kapitałowych S.A.
“We will employ innovative solutions to enhance occupancy safety in this investment project. For instance, a system will be installed for continuous monitoring of flat roofs in order to detect and prevent their overloading. We also attach a lot of importance to environmental protection. We plan to adapt the development to the use of renewable energy sources, using energy-saving LED lighting and putting up installations for charging electric cars”, added Krzysztof Mucha.
Currently the BIK Group operates four logistics parks: Logistics Center Kraków I, Logistics Center Kraków II, BIK Park Sosnowiec II and BIK Park Wrocław I.
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