7R Park Gdańsk II, which was completed this year, comprises 52,000 sqm of leasable space in three buildings – one cross-dock and two warehouses – and is fully leased to such tenants as InPost, Dot2Dot and Röhlig Suus. The complex is soon to receive BREEAM certification.
Leveraging on our consolidated experience in logistics in France and Italy, where we have been a long-lasting player active since mid-2000, with this transaction we are now expanding into the Polish logistics market. Our logistics portfolio is mainly composed of parks in strategically-located distribution hubs, and this project in Gdańsk perfectly fits into that. Our ambition is to continue expanding across Europe into a wide range of supply chain assets, from XXL to cross dock and urban logistics, targeting high-quality assets. In this respect we are delighted to work with 7R, which has developed in recent years an impressive track record of top quality assets and parks across Poland.
Pierre-David Baylac, the head of logistics at Generali Real Estate
GRE was advised by Clifford Chance, Deloitte, Gleeds, ELREP, ARC Capital and CBRE, while 7R was advised by Colliers and Linklaters.
At the end of June 2021, GRE managed a portfolio in the CEE region valued at around EUR 1.3 bln. 7R has completed 870,000 sqm of warehouse and industrial space across Poland and currently has more than 1.6 mln sqm in the pipeline.