The main advantage of the Warsaw region
is its central location in the country and its well-developed road
network, which connects the capital not only with other major cities in
Poland, but also with the whole of Europe. Panattoni’s latest investment
is situated just off the S8 expressway, which runs from Białystok via
Warsaw to Wrocław, and ultimately on towards Kłodzko and the Czech
border. At the same time, the Warsaw–Ostrów Mazowiecka stretch of the S8
forms part of the Polish section of the Via Baltica, the trans-European
road corridor project to connect the Baltic states with the rest of
Europe. It is also close to the A2 motorway, which runs from the
Polish-German border towards Belarus.
“Thanks to all this perfectly developed road infrastructure, the investment is just an hour from Łódź and 2.5 hours from Poznań and Silesia, while Wrocław, Kraków and the TriCity are 3 hours away. Thus the largest and most important Polish metropolises and economic centres are within just a few hours’ drive. Additionally, there are two international airports nearby: Warsaw Chopin (20 minutes) and Warsaw Modlin (45 minutes). Warsaw city centre can be reached within 20 minutes," explains Marek Dobrzycki, the Managing Director of Panattoni.
Panattoni Park Warsaw South will comprise a modern warehouse building with an area of 53,650 sqm, of which offices will take up 600 sqm. The facility is to be BREEAM ‘Very Good’ certified. Thanks to its excellent location off the S8 expressway and its convenient access to other highways, including the A2, it offers easy transit to each neighbouring country and thus to the whole of Europe.