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Goodman developing 14,790 sqm built-to-suit warehouse near Poznan

Goodman is developing a 14,790 sqm warehouse in Niepruszewo, in the Buk district, near Poznań for a global leader in digital media technologies. The warehouse is being built to meet the customer’s specific requirements; construction began in November 2013 and the facility will be delivered in May 2014.

The warehouse, will be used for the storage of household appliances and their distribution throughout Poland and Germany. The facility will comprise a 14,290 sqm warehouse and 500 sqm of office space.

“Our customer needed a partner who could provide them with a facility quickly to meet their storage and distribution requirements. Our flexible approach ensured we are the right partner to fulfil their unique requirements. Despite the construction works being undertaken in the winter months, we are on track with the strict development schedule to deliver this high-quality facility,” said Błażej Ciesielczak, Regional Director Central & Eastern Europe.

The leasing transaction was conducted by JLL. “The location of the new logistics centre in Nieporuszewo offer ideal conditions for running distribution activities. We strongly believe that the investment will prove to be successful,” said Kamil Szymański, Business Development Manager at JLL Industrial Agency.

The new warehouse is located in Goodman’s Poznań Logistics Centre, where the Group previously developed a 30,000 sqm warehouse for Amica, in 2012. At the same site, Goodman also has available land for the development of a 5,050 sqm unit. The location in the western part of Poznań with direct access to the A2 motorway is well connected to the city centre (25km), Warsaw (340km) and Germany (195km).

Separately, Goodman has a further development opportunity at its second logistics park in the area, Poznań Airport Logistics Centre, offering up to 52,000 sqm of built-to-suit warehousing and light production space, which is available for immediate development. The logistics centre is located close to Ławica Airport and provides direct access to the A2 motorway through the express road S11 connecting Poznań with Germany, central Poland and Warsaw.

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