Warehouse developer LCube has started preparations for the implementation of his next investment. In Mszczonów, on a plot of approx. 8 ha, a facility of approx. 35,000 sqm is to be built.
Mszczonów is a very popular location in central Poland, approx. 50 km from Warsaw and in the immediate vicinity of an important communication junction - national road No. 8, connecting the north and south, and the national road No. 50, as well as the Warsaw ring road, and 30 km from the A2 motorway. The convenient location on communication routes makes it a location that arouses great interest in both the logistics industry and distribution companies, which, for example, PepsiCo, locate their central warehouses there.
“When creating our investments, we try to follow the needs of our tenants. Mszczonów is a very popular location with many advantages when it comes to locations in central Poland. The quick finalization of the plot purchase should allow us to start talks on the commercialization of the facility this year. The market continues to favor warehouses in terms of demand, although of course the industry as a whole is facing many challenges, such as disrupted supply chains for building materials and rising construction costs. Thanks to our experience, but also due to the fact that one of our shareholders is an important player in the industrial construction market - Adamietz, we are able to react quickly to emerging challenges,” says Michał Stachura, board member, Head of Finance at LCube.
Mszczonów is another industrial and warehouse park in which LCube is intensively preparing to start construction. We are dealing with a slightly more advanced process in the case of LCube Logistic Park Wrocław, where the developer is waiting for an environmental decision to be issued. In the town of Dobrzykowice near Wrocław, approx. 60,000 sqm is to be built of modern warehouse space, and the construction is to start this year.
“The LCube brand is relatively new on the development market, but from the very beginning, we focus on competence and experience. Thanks to this, we develop systematically and grow together with our projects. We started with a project in Rzeszów, where approximately 25,000 sqm will be available of warehouse space. Then it was time for Logistic Park Szczecin Goleniów, where the construction of a park with an area of 12,000 sqm has just started. Now is the time for bigger projects. Of course, we are thinking about further investments throughout Poland,” adds Michał Stachura.
LCube implements a strategy consisting in building a diversified portfolio, which will consist of both smaller facilities (approximately 10,000 sqm), through medium-sized warehouses (50,000 sqm), to traditional big boxes in logistics parks (over 100,000 sqm). In addition to successfully acquiring new projects, the developer wants the company's hallmark to be activities such as focusing on the needs of tenants and implementing a sustainable development strategy. As the developer emphasizes, all facilities built by LCube will be certified in the BREEAM system and will focus on ecological and energy-saving solutions, and the company has already developed its own ESG strategy.
Sign up today for the latest news