by Property Forum | Industrial

Panattoni has announced new logistics developments in three Polish cities: Gdynia, Warsaw and Wroclaw. Completion of the projects in Warsaw and Wroclaw is planned for the second half of this year while Panattoni Park Tricity North will be opened in early 2020.


Panattoni Europe is set to deliver its first logistics centre in the Gdynia area – Panattoni Park Tricity North. The 45,000-square-metre project will be built in the vicinity of the Baltic Container Terminal and the Tricity Bypass. Construction works are scheduled to begin in the coming June, and the first tenants will be able to move into the park by early 2020. The facility will meet the requirements of BREEAM certification.
 
The developer has also embarked on the construction of Panattoni Park Warsaw South Janki. The distribution centre planned to total 70,500 sqm has already got its first tenant – ROHLIG SUUS Logistics, which will take up 48,500 sqm. The park will also offer Small Business Units with a minimum size of 900 sqm. Project completion is planned for Q4 2019.
 
Furthermore, Panattoni is expanding in Lower Silesia. In the heart of the region, construction works have started on S5 Wrocław North Gate, with 62,000 sqm planned. The first tenant, claiming in excess of 32,500 sqm, is GEFCO Poland – a supplier of integrated logistics services, including contract logistics, expected to move into the park already in early September 2019. The project will comply with the criteria of BREEAM In-Use certification.