Panattoni Europe builds 73,000 sqm of space in Tychy

Panattoni Europe builds 73,000 sqm of space in Tychy

Published at: 2019-04-30 10:17 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Panattoni Europe has begun construction of Panattoni Park Silesia South in Bieruń, 7 kilometers from the center of Tychy. The project will result in 73,000 sqm of GLA, with its first tenant Havi Logistics having agreed to occupy 13,000 sqm. The 35,000 sqm to be delivered in the first phase of construction will be delivered by October. HAVI was advised in the deal by JLL. The project is designed to cater to both both warehousing and light manufacturing functions.

Havi Logistics has also agreed to an additional two leases with the developer. The first is a 13,100 sqm deal at Panattoni Park Silesia South in Bieruń, a 70,000 sqm class A warehouse park. The second is a 1,800 sqm lease at City Logistics Warsaw II (also owned by Panattoni Europe), which offers 14,000 sqm and targets e-commerce and urban logistics providers. The property is located at Odlewnicza street in Warsaw's Żeran district, 13 km from the center of Warsaw.

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