Wrocław Logistics South Hub a new project from Panattoni
Panattoni, the European leader of the industrial real estate market, has launched another giant business platform in Lower Silesia – Wrocław Logistics South Hub. It is located in Magnice, just 15 kilometres from the centre of Wrocław, between the Wrocław Motorway Bypass S8 and the A4 Motorway. The logistics centre will initially occupy 120,000 square metres, then it will be enlarged up to around 250,000 square metres.
Panattoni has been operating in Lower Silesia for 15 years, supporting the development of other companies and entire industries. Only here it has already provided 2 million square metres of modern production and warehouse space. The investment in Magnice – Wrocław Logistics South Hub – will ultimately occupy 247,000 square metres and will allow for various types of processes – from warehousing, logistics, through e-commerce, to production. The first stage will cover 120,000 square metres and will be the developer’s largest speculative investment.
“Lower Silesia is a region with great potential. Its population, nearly 2.9 million, guarantees good availability of employee resources, and its excellent location allows for efficient handling of operations in the country and abroad, making companies want to invest here. Poland still remains an extremely attractive market for business, additionally fantastically located in the centre of Europe. We look to the future with optimism and start the construction of Wrocław Logistics South Hub and prepare new modern space in the region. Lower Silesia is ready for great brands,” said Damian Kowalczyk, development director at Panattoni.
Geography and sustainability
Wrocław Logisitcs South Hub is being built in the immediate vicinity of the S8 Motorway that crosses almost the entire country – from Białystok in the northeast to Wrocław and the A4 Motorway, enabling efficient connection with Western European countries. It is worth noting that the location of Wrocław Logistics South Hub allows for delivery to the Czech border and to the German border in less than two hours.
The new logistics centre will be prepared in a sustainable manner and will pass BREEAM certification at the Excellent level. The park will be equipped with technologies that will significantly reduce water and energy consumption as well as reduce CO2 emissions. In addition, the developer will create green relaxation zones for employees, and the offices will be examined in terms of acoustics, air quality and the supply of daylight. Tenants will also use electric vehicle charging points or car-sharing spaces.
Wrocław Logistics South Hub is another investment of this scale launched by the developer. Last year, Panattoni started the construction of Campus 39 with a target area of 200,000 square metres. The huge space finds more tenants – including 80,000 square metres, operations for the e-commerce industry are carried out, allowing to serve many foreign markets. Several leading logistics companies also lease space there. A gigantic logistics and industrial complex is being built near the facilities of Amazon and LG Chem Wrocław Energy and is an ideal solution, among other things, for companies from the e-commerce or electromobility sector.