LCP Properties has begun the process of structuring its portfolio with the official launch of the M Park brand. As part of the first stage of the rebranding, LCP has selected 20 out of a total of more than 95 of its existing projects in the country for changes. For three of them, previously operating under the Echo name - in Tarnów, Radom and Piotrków Trybunalski - the process has just been completed. The first stage of image changes within the LCP portfolio will last until the end of this year.
More than three-quarters (76%) of office stock across Europe will be at risk of obsolescence by 2030 according to the latest report from Cushman & Wakefield. One of the reasons is the increased level of legislative action around sustainability requiring investors to modernise real estate to ensure ESG compliance. To take one example, commercial property landlords are required in a growing number of cities across North America and Europe to install green roofs that help increase urban biodiversity, optimise energy costs and improve the user experience.
Panattoni has started further construction for BestSecret, a European online distributor of off-price fashion. The company took the already delivered 90,000 sqm at Panattoni Park Sulechów III into operations in March. As part of the facility expansion, the new contract involves – building an additional 43,323 sqm of warehouse space and 2,632 sqm of office space.
Panattoni is undertaking another large-scale project in Silesia. The company has bought 26 ha of land and has launched work on its first development in Bytom, which is to comprise three industrial buildings. The location allows for easy access to key cities both within the country and throughout the Central European region.
7R is preparing to start construction of 7R Park Bytom I. The project will be built in the spirit of ESG: it marks the revitalization of 25 ha of neglected land, will have numerous pro-environmental solutions, at the same time the developer has established cooperation with local authorities and actively supports the local community.
After Cavatina Group S.A. separated the residential development business from the entity responsible for the construction and management of a portfolio of PRS projects, with Resi Capital S.A. and Cavare S.A. taking over respective roles, the latter company is preparing to launch its first investments. The company announces its presence primarily in the markets of Warsaw, Wrocław, Gdańsk, Kraków, and Poznań, a secured pipeline of circa 1.6k units.
The total industrial and logistics stock for the CEE-12 region has grown to exceed 65 million sqm, with 25 million sqm situated in and around the 12 capital city markets. Poland maintains the largest I&L market and is approaching the 30 million sqm mark, reveals a new report by Colliers.
CTP is launching another industrial and logistics complex in the Mazovia region in Poland. The developer will develop two cross-dock facilities in Emilianów with a total leasable area of nearly 102,500 sqm. The investor has already received a building permit for the first phase of the investment. Its commissioning is scheduled for the end of the second quarter of 2024.
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.
The British brand Sports Direct has joined the tenants of Galeria Mazovia in Płock, while the Pandora brand store and the Crazy Bubble outlet have also reopened.
A Dealz shop has opened in Galeria Solna in Inowrocław. The store, with a refreshed visual concept, took up an area of over 500 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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