Greenberg Traurig advised a Korean investor on a transaction concerning the acquisition of all of the shares in a company holding a warehouse facility located in Poland leased to a leading online retailer. The value of this transaction was one of the highest to date among acquisitions in this area of the logistics sector.
The 4-storey BTS warehouse facility in question is located in Świebodzin near the S3 expressway and the A2 motorway, which offers 200,000 sqm of warehouse space, 13,000 sqm of office space and is the second-largest building to date delivered to this leading online retailer by Panattoni. The fulfilment centre is certified Excellent under the BREEAM rating.
The Greenberg Traurig team was led by Local Partner Małgorzata Kercz, supported by Associates Karolina Woronko-Kawa and Wiktor Wacławski. Senior Associate Magdalena Bachleda-Księdzularz was responsible for advising on the issuance of bonds in relation to the transaction, Associate Maxymilian Rybczyński, as well as Julia Osiecka and Maciej Smaczyński, supported the team in reviewing the development process and Senior Associate Tomasz Denko was involved in corporate due diligence.
Partner Agnieszka Stankiewicz provided strategic supervision over the transaction and was assisted by Associate Wiktor Wacławski, who also advised on the financing aspects of the transaction.
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