Panattoni has turned its focus back onto the Warsaw market. In a strategic location – close to the planned New Central Polish Airport – Panattoni Park Błonie III is now under construction. The investment with an area of more than 90,000 sqm has already started and has its first tenant: logistics operator GTFL, which specialises in full truckload and international transportation.
In 2020, the Warsaw region took the highest share in terms of the
amount of industrial space leased, with the level of demand reaching 1.2
million sqm. Panattoni was responsible for a significant portion of
this by providing, among others, the largest complex in the region: A2
Warsaw Park. Now the developer is starting another huge investment,
which will be built close to national road 92: Panattoni Park Błonie
III. This will be a complex of three buildings with a total area of
around 91,000 sqm.
“The flexible design of the operating space of the
park will enable efficient operations for both small and medium-sized
and larger enterprises, and the space will also be perfect for logistics
services, including the e-commerce sector,” says Michał Samborski, the Head of Development of Panattoni.
Michał Samborski also emphasises the
attractiveness of the park’s location: “The complex will be located
close to the planned New Central Polish Airport and just 30 minutes from
the outskirts of the capital city and Chopin Airport, which puts it in a
strategic location for many companies’ domestic and international
Consolidation and growth in superior space
Construction work on Panattoni Park Błonie III has started, and the
first tenant has already been signed up. This is international transport
and forwarding company GTFL, which provides services for many companies
across Europe, including Poland’s largest fruit and vegetable
importers. The company will occupy 7,700 sqm in the complex, of which
more than 7,500 sqm is going to be warehousing. In Panattoni Park Błonie
III it will consolidate its two existing locations in Poland, in the
process expanding its area and gaining more class A space.
A leader in Europe, Poland and Warsaw. Panattoni is the largest
logistics developer in Europe, as confirmed by the recently published
Top Developers ranking by PropertyEU magazine. The company has delivered
almost 6.5 million sqm of such space in the last three years alone.
Warsaw is one of the most important markets for the developer, and the
completion of Panattoni Park Błonie will mean that it has developed more
than 1 million sqm in the region.
In addition to logistics parks and
BTS facilities, the company has already completed more than 150,000 sqm
of last mile facilities in the capital city itself. The constant growth
of the capital city’s market is in no small part due to its excellent
location at the intersection of three of the ten trans-European
transport corridors (Helsinki–Warsaw, Berlin–Moscow and Gdańsk–Ostrava).