GLP has launched the development of two new warehousing projects in Poland: the third phase of construction at Poznań Airport Logistics Centre and the first building of Warsaw V Logistics Centre.
The latest building of Poznań Airport Logistics Centre will comprise around 28,600 sqm, while the first hall at Warsaw V Logistics Centre will contain 23,400 sqm of industrial and office space. Both projects are scheduled for completion in the autumn and are to be BREEAM ‘Very Good’ certified. They will offer storage heights of 12m as well as enhanced access to natural light in the loading dock area, with an above-standard number of skylights. The rooftops are to be solar-ready, while other green features will include electric vehicle charging stations and bike shelters. They will also be biodiversity-oriented and will include landscaped relaxation areas.
"We have started new projects in Poznań and near Warsaw in response to strong interest from clients in both locations. In both cases, the buildings have excellent access to key road routes situated in the immediate vicinity of metropolitan areas with a few million end-users. For both sites, we are also investing in the full range of sustainable solutions to ensure that our customers can not only expand their operations but also generate long-term savings from operating the logistics space", said Jarosław Czechowicz, the Poland country manager of GLP.
Poznań Airport Logistics Centre, close to Poznań Ławica International Airport, currently comprises 81,044 sqm of warehouse space. Warsaw V Logistics Centre is situated off the A2 motorway in Grodzisk Mazowiecki, about 40 km southwest of Warsaw city centre.
GLP has announced that it plans to deliver a total of app. 240,000 sqm of warehouse space in Poland in 2022.
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