European Logistics Investment (ELI), a logistics platform in Poland, has closed H1 2022 with 1.2 million sqm of standing, under construction, and secured pipeline projects. Over the first 6 months of the year, ELI has also expanded its landbank, adding 90,000 sqm GLA to its development potential, and initiated the construction of logistics assets with a total GLA of 97,000 sqm.
CBRE Investment Management, on behalf of a client, has agreed on the acquisition of the Nexus portfolio, a 211,803 sqm logistics portfolio located in Poland, from European Logistics Investment, a vehicle jointly managed by Griffin Real Estate, Redefine and Madison International Realty.
European Logistics Investment (ELI) has commenced constructing a logistics centre in Błonie near Warsaw. The Park Warsaw West X project by ELI and its partner Panattoni is planned as a multi-let facility offering nearly 49,000 sqm of modern warehouse space. The investment is planned to be delivered in Q2 2022.
Element Industrial Founder Ionuț Dumitrescu and Sacha Dragic, the Founder of Superbet Group, have launched a new joint venture in the industrial and logistics sector. The development company will be formed through the association of ELI and D Craig Real Estate, the property division of D Craig Holding, controlled by Sacha Dragic. Anca Damour has been named CEO of D Craig Real Estate.
Property investment trust Fortress, based in South Africa, has reached an agreement to purchase ELI Park 1, an industrial project in Buftea-Chitila, near Bucharest, for an undisclosed sum. The sellers of the 50,000 sqm project are Element Industrial and Pavăl Holding.
European Logistics Investment (ELI) has started construction works of the second phase of its warehouse scheme in one of the key logistics regions in Poland – Silesia. Park Tychy II, a 43 000 sqm project is planned as a mixed-use property with BREEAM certificate at the Excellent level. The building is already leased in almost 100% to two tenants – Tiberina Group subsidiary U-Form, a leading supplier of components for the automotive sector in the EMEA region and Nodium Group, the owner of two online platforms – sport-shop.pl and nodik.pl.
European Logistics Investment (ELI) has begun construction of its newest warehouse scheme located in Tychy – one of the main logistics areas in the Silesia region in Poland. The project has been awarded the BREEAM certificate at the Excellent level. Park Tychy, developed together with its partner Panattoni, will feature two building complex with 100,000 sqm of logistics space. The first building has already been 100% pre let.
European Logistics Investment (ELI), together with its partner Panattoni, will deliver an advanced warehouse complex in Kraków. City Logistics Kraków I, planned as a BREEAM certified, two hall facility will add to Małopolska region 37,000 sqm of logistics space. 9,000 sqm in the first building has been pre-let to InPost – the largest logistics operator in Poland.
Empik has joined the tenants of Agora Bytom. The nearly 210 sqm space offers books, magazines, as well as accessories and toys for children. The contract has been signed for five years.
Galeria Jurajska in Częstochowa is strengthening its offer in the sports segment. Salewa, which operates in the mountaineering equipment market, has made its debut in the shopping centre. The brand has leased 146 sqm of the retail space.
A new iSpot Apple Premium Reseller store has opened in Galeria MM in Poznań. This is the fourth iSpot location in this cty. The sales floor of the newest store is approximately 100 sqm.
In September, Michal Berski took up the position of head of the warehouse sector at CBRE Poland. He has been with the company for over 10 years. In his new role, he manages strategy and the development of all business lines within the warehouse and industrial sector.
Slawomir Czarnecki is the new president of Grupa Muszkieterów and ITM Poland. He has replaced David de Bosschère. The new CEO is the owner of the Bricomarché shop in Świecie and has many years of experience in trade, as well as in the Group's internal structures.
LCP Properties, a developer in the Polish retail park market, is continuing to strengthen its organisational structure. Andrzej Plit has been appointed as the new Finance Director. Meanwhile, for the LCP-owned EMKA shopping centre in Koszalin, Daria Kokowska became the new Shopping Center Director.
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