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Prologis Park Bratislava expands to meet customer demand

Prologis will begin construction of a 21,140 sqm speculative facility at Prologis Park Bratislava to meet high demand from customers throughout the region.

The building, DC15, will be situated on a 22.6-hectare plot of land that was acquired by Prologis in the second quarter of 2016. The plot has a build-out potential of an additional 66,000 sqm. The land acquisition transaction was facilitated by Modesta Real Estate.

The new facility will meet the highest industry standard in sustainable solutions and technical specifications and, like all newly built Prologis facilities, will be submitted for BREEAM accreditation.

“Prologis Park Bratislava, the largest of our parks in the region, remains popular with our new and existing customers,” said Martin Baláž, director leasing and development, Prologis Czech Republic and Slovakia. “Largely due to the park’s ideal location for companies operating throughout the CEE region and Austria and continued high demand for the industrial space in this park, we are confident that this speculative building will attract new customers looking to grow their businesses.”

Prologis Park Bratislava currently comprises 13 facilities totalling more than 320,000 sqm of manufacturing and distribution space. The park is located 24 kilometres east of Bratislava’s city centre, two kilometres from Senec and 16 kilometres from the international airport.

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