A logistics complex is to be built in Bratislava's Petržalka district, which will create jobs for approximately 623 employees. This follows from the plan called Garbe Park Bratislava City, which the investor - the company SK5 Logimac - has submitted for environmental impact assessment (EIA). The estimated investment costs are approximately €30 million, writes the news portal of the Press Agency of the Slovak Republic TERAZ.SK.
According to the plan, the facility will offer the function of wholesale warehouses and distribution centres with new space for rent for services and small assembly activities. Two halls are to be built, where six administrative two-storey buildings will also be constructed. The area where the logistics park is to be built is bounded on the eastern side by the D2 motorway and the northern part of the area is defined by an overpass over the motorway - the connection to Bratská Street. The area is planned to be connected to the D2 motorway. The traffic routing from the traffic is to be solved outside the residential area of the urban district.
"Four showrooms with related facilities will be part of the designed area and will be intended for lease and will serve as an exhibition and sales area with warehouse space according to the requirements of the tenant," the investor added in the plan. It also added that the dedicated premises of the proposed activity are expected to create jobs for about 623 employees in a three-shift operation. At the same time, 280 parking spaces are also to be created. The investor expects construction to start in 2025 and to be completed two years later.
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