The Silesian Voivodship has the densest network of expressways and motorways in the country, additionally, pan-European transport corridors run through the area of the voivodship. The two most important motorways in Poland intersect here: the A4, which connects the east and west of Europe and allows travelling from Ukraine to Spain, and the A1, which runs from the north to the south of Europe and allows travelling from the Baltic Sea to the Mediterranean Sea.
Moreover, the Silesian Voivodship is the largest urbanized area in Central and Eastern Europe. Thanks to significant labour resources, developed economic infrastructure, a high level of economic development and very good transport accessibility, the Silesian Voivodeship has been the most attractive region of Poland for investors for several years.
It is Silesia that MDC² is building its next warehouse park.
Construction works have already started at MDC² Gliwice Park. The facility will consist of three buildings with a total area of over 57,000 sqm, located on a plot of 13.4 hectares. The first of the three buildings is scheduled to be commissioned at the turn of July and August 2023, and the opening of the other two at the turn of September and October 2023. The first tenants will move into the park in the third quarter of this year.
The modern distribution park is being built considering the BREEAM New Construction certification guidelines at the Excellent level. The project received one of the highest scores in the BREEAM system thanks to numerous solutions improving the energy efficiency of buildings and a friendly environment for all users of the park.
“By meeting the key assumptions of the sustainable development strategy for business evolution, MDC² meets the highest quality standards of ecological design. Thanks to maintaining the high quality of the investment process and the achieved technological parameters, the facility in Gliwice will be characterized by significantly lower operating costs. The natural consequence of this strategy is the reduction of the negative impact on the environment. The project was also developed to create a health–friendly climate that levels up comfort for its users,” says Katarzyna Dudzik, Development Director at MDC².
In the field of operation of the facility, MDC² guarantees broadly understood energy-saving solutions for tenants and building service: increased wall insulation, roofs adapted to the installation of solar panels, chargers for electric cars, utility consumption monitoring system, rainwater recycling, biodiverse areas around buildings, relaxation zones or mini-facilities sports.
The project is fully funded by Invesco.