Panattoni is moving forward with the expansion of its largest investment in Lower Silesia - the Wrocław Campus - which has delivered 185,000 sqm to date. The developer has just begun construction of a 30,000 sqm hall. Upon its completion in Q1 2024, another 130,000 sqm is planned. The value of the two new facilities will amount to 116 million euros.
Panattoni entered 2023 with more than 200,000 sqm of speculative space under development in Lower Silesia - the most in the country. It also recorded its best performance at the end of Q1 of this year. The company is ready to respond to strong demand in one of Poland's most attractive regions, so it has set out to expand its largest investment, Panattoni Park Wrocław Campus, by another 30,000 sqm.
"Wrocław Campus is located in the heart of one of the best developed logistics zones in Europe. This strategic location is chosen by global companies that care about being able to conveniently reach many European markets, while maintaining the lower operating costs that Poland still offers. Direct access to the A4 and A8 highways opens up access to a customer base of more than 100 million people in Germany and Austria. A region with such potential has a huge demand for modern industrial space, so the creation of further business clusters, such as Wrocław Campus or the Wrocław South Logistics Hub under construction in Magnice, is only a matter of time," says Damian Kowalczyk, Development Director at Panattoni.
Nearby Wroclaw Campus are, among others, facilities of Amazon or a complex of Korean LG, including Europe's largest lithium-ion battery factory. This confirms the location's business attractiveness for industries such as e-commerce and automotive.
Huge space - green realization. Another facility within Panattoni Wrocław Campus will be built to a high standard of sustainable construction and will receive BREEAM environmental certification at the Excellent level. Customers will benefit, among other things, from intelligent energy management systems, fixtures that reduce water consumption or mechanical ventilation systems with high-end filters. The developer will also realize green zones, which will be equipped with furniture made of eco-friendly materials, provide charging stations for electric cars, and the office spaces will be examined for natural light, acoustics and thermal comfort. The realization was preceded by a Life Cycle Analysis (LCA).
Attractive for investors. The first phase of Panattoni Wrocław Campus, which covered 185,000 sqm, was purchased by P3 at the beginning of the year, and it was one of the largest transactions in the history of the Polish industrial space market.
Millions more are on the way. 2022. Panattoni surpassed 2 million sqm of delivered space in Lower Silesia by, among other things, starting construction of Panattoni Park Wrocław South Logistics Hub, the first phase of which was completed earlier this year and covered 120,000 sqm. The entire facility was commercialized while still under construction. In the coming months, the developer will deliver another 90,000 sqm within the project. Within a year, the company plans to exceed 2.3 million sqm in the region.
source: press materials