Additional 35,000 sqm under development at Panattoni Park Białystok II

Additional 35,000 sqm under development at Panattoni Park Białystok II

Published at: 2020-01-28 09:55 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Panattoni Park Białystok I is now fully leased, and the developer is starting work on the second distribution center in the Podlasie voivodeship. An additional 35,000 sqm will be delivered this year at Panattoni Park Białystok II. “Białystok is the fastest-growing city in Podlasie on the eastern border of not only Poland but also the European Union” said Dorota Jagodzińska-Sasson, managing director at Panattoni. “The dynamic growth of e-commerce and the development of infrastructure in Poland attracts many investors to the region, from both Poland and abroad. After the completion of the S19, running through the main cities of Eastern Poland and ultimately connecting Klaipeda in Lithuania with Thessaloniki in Greece, Białystok is bound to become not only a crucial industrial center within the Podlasie region, but also a major landmark along this important transport route. That is why Panattoni is already supporting the future success of the region.”

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