The project includes 23,105 sqm of warehouse space and 1,825 sqm of office space. The warehouse section will be made up of 2,741 sqm cold storage space and a 382 sqm freezer. Delivery of the warehouse is planned for the Q4 2015. The facility will be leased for a period of 10 years.
Consulting firm JLL represented a customer in the current transaction
- Our client was searching for a modern logistics facility to use as a distribution centre to markets in northern Poland. Goodman’s Pomeranian Logistics Centre, a superbly located, high quality logistics park, is perfectly matched to our client’s needs - says Tomasz Mika, Head of Industrial Department Poland at JLL.
- The deal confirms the versatility of the Pomeranian Logistics Centre, its strategic location and exceptional infrastructure connections, which are ideal to meet complex logistics requirements. The logistics centre offers efficient distribution for goods acorss northern Poland and benefits from privledged access to the biggest container terminal in the Baltic region. Goodman’s Pomeranian Logistics Centre is one of the most ambitious speculative developments in Poland and is part of our strategy to be present in key logistics regions of Poland - says Błażej Ciesielczak, Goodman Regional Director for Central and Eastern Europe.
A unique location on Poland’s warehousing map
To date, Goodman has built a 14,000 sqm warehouse at the Pomeranian Logistics Centre, which is fully leased by Kuehne + Nagel, Terramar, NRF Poland and NTA. In addition to the pre-let development under construction for the Polish FMCG brand, another 14,000 sqm warehouse is being built speculatively. After construction is complete, the combined area of the Pomeranian Logistics Centre will reach nearly 53,000 sqm.
The Pomeranian Logistics Centre in Gdańsk is Goodman’s premier development project in Poland. It provides the opportunity to develop up to 500,000 sqm of flexible logistics warehousing and production facilities with integrated office space. On completion the total value of the project is estimated to exceed €300 million.