Prologis responds to market demand with two new buildings at Park Bratislava
Prologis announced that it has completed construction of two new speculative facilities totaling 25,300 sqm at the in-demand Prologis Park Bratislava.
The developments include:
9,800 sqm in Building 14, of which 2,700 sqm are pre-leased to Electronic Star, an e-commerce retailer, and 2,900 sqm to Blitshtein Trading, a food distributor serving major CEE markets.
The new facilities offer customers sustainable and above-standard features. Building 14 is the first Prologis facility in CEE to feature solar panels on a portion of the roof. The solar array is part of the company’s global ESG initiatives that, to date, have brought Prologis’ solar capacity across its worldwide portfolio to 175 megawatts. Building 20 is the first 12-meter clear height building at the park. Both facilities offer now-standard LED lighting, which is installed at 74 percent of the park’s premises at the park, and a smart metering system backed by Prologis’ superior 24/7 customer service.
With the completion of the two new buildings, the park offers more than 386,000 sqm of logistics space along with 58,000 sqm of additional development potential.
“Prologis monitors the market closely, and with rents rising in tandem with high demand, these speculative facilities bring sought-after state-of-the-art logistics space to choice locations like Prologis Park Bratislava, our largest park in the CEE region. Further, the advantageous location of the park makes it an ideal distribution hub for both domestic and international logistics services,” says Martin Stratov, director, development and leasing, Prologis Slovakia.
Prologis Park Bratislava is 24 kilometers east of Bratislava’s city center, 2 kilometers from Senec and 16 kilometers from the international airport.
With its active engagement in four CEE countries and a portfolio totaling 4.5 million sqm, Prologis is the leading provider of distribution facilities in Central and Eastern Europe (as of September 30, 2018).