Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has advised on the acquisition of a 17-hectare plus land in Biskupice Podgórne near Wrocław. The new owner of the land is SEGRO, a developer and owner of warehouse parks in nine countries across Europe.
The property, located near Wrocław and by the Pietrzykowice interchange of the A4 motorway, close to Nicolaus Copernicus Airport, was acquired to build a new industrial and warehouse park SEGRO Logistics Park Wrocław.
“We advised on the acquisition of a plot on which SEGRO will be able to break ground on a new industrial and warehouse project. Key drivers behind the developer’s decision included the land’s prime location, good accessibility and a favourable business environment,” said Michał Sikora, Land, Technical and Special Economic Zone Consultant, Industrial and Logistics Agency, Cushman & Wakefield.
SEGRO is a leading owner, manager and developer of modern warehouses, with operations in Central Europe since late 2005. Its key markets include the United Kingdom, Germany, France and Poland. SEGRO currently owns two warehouse parks in the vicinity of Wrocław: SEGRO Industrial Park Wrocław and SEGRO Logistics Park Wrocław. Its other properties are located in Poznań, Warsaw and Gliwice.
Source: Cushman & Wakefield