by Property Forum | Industrial

Logistics operator DSV Solutions will take up close to 12,000 sqm at A2 Warsaw Park – the largest warehousing/manufacturing complex in the Warsaw region. The tenant will move into the building next November, after being given early access in July. DSV Solutions will use the leased space to conduct logistics operations for the fashion industry.


Panattoni will provide DSV Solutions with 11,955 sqm at A2 Warsaw Park, from where the tenant will be conducting logistics operations dedicated to the fashion industry. The 11,016-square-metre warehouse section will be tailored to the customer’s individual needs, including but not limited to personalised solutions in the handling area. They will allow for efficient rotation of goods on short distances, and will also considerably simplify reloading and storage processes. Additionally, roof skylights installed over this area will make for greater use of natural daylight, while ventilation and heating systems will make the facility suitable for people to work on a permanent basis. The social and office space will take up 939 sqm and will include clothing and accessories showroom. Moreover, DSV Solutions will make use of convenient service yards and ground-level access gates.

Marek Dobrzycki, Managing Director from Panattoni comments on the cooperation with DSV Solutions at A2 Warsaw Park: “We are approaching the 200,000 sqm mark in the volume of space delivered to this customer over more than 10 years. The latest reports indicate that the Warsaw market is still in demand. The three zones in and around the capital city had the greatest amount of space under development as of the end of March, in excess of 600,000 sqm. Moreover, zone two was responsible for the greatest tenant activity – accounting for 20 per cent of the nationwide volume of transactions”.

A2 Warsaw Park is a modern warehousing and office complex designed for both storage and light manufacturing, totalling 103,670 sqm. It was built in accordance with BREEAM certification standards.