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Articles - Savills

European Port Logistics

According to new data from Savills, Rotterdam is the most attractive port in Europe for logistics investment, coming in ahead of Barcelona, Valencia, Antwerp and Hamburg. Gdańsk, the largest seaport in Poland and one of the key container terminals in the Baltic Sea, may soon become one of the most modern in Europe thanks to Central Port project planned.

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In 2019, the Polish warehouse and industrial market witnessed a record supply

In 2019, the Polish warehouse and industrial market witnessed a record supply amid an unwavering occupier demand despite the earlier fears of an economic slowdown, says real estate advisory firm Savills. Demand continues to be driven, among other factors, by e-commerce.

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Panattoni sells 5 Logistics parks to Asian investor

Panattoni, European leader in industrial real estate, sells a portfolio of 5 logistics parks in strategic locations totalling 280,000 sqm to an Asian investor. This marks the Asian investor's first investment in Poland and the transaction was handled by Savills Investment Management.

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Savills advises Asian newcomer on the acquisition of five logistics parks in Poland

Savills Investment Management (SIM), acting on behalf of an Asian investor, has acquired five logistics parks located in Poland totalling approx. 280,000 sq m, developed by Panattoni Europe. This is the first transaction in Poland completed by the Asian investor. Savills Poland advised SIM on the transaction.

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Savills strengthens its industrial team

Maciej Gierak has joined real estate advisory firm Savills in the newly-created position of Business Development Manager in its Industrial Agency in Poland.

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Record new supply and stable demand on the Polish warehouse market

Nearly 2.0 million sq m of new warehouse and industrial space was built in Poland in the first three quarters of 2019, marking the highest supply on record. Savills research reveals that demand is stabilising at levels posted three years ago.

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CEE property investment Q3

Commercial property investment activity exceeded €8bn across Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania in the first three quarters of 2019, 54% above the five year average, according to Savills latest research report.

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Competition for logistics space in Europe heats up

Data from the international real estate advisor shows that rising levels of ecommerce, across all European markets tracked by Savills, has helped to create unprecedented levels of demand from occupiers across Europe. In markets such as the UK, the Netherlands, Germany and France, where over 10% of all retail sales are made online, take up levels stood at 1.5m sq m, 2.0m sq m, 2.9m sq m and 1.4m sq m respectively, as growing demand from retailers continued to shape the upwards trajectory. “While countries such as the UK, Germany and the Netherlands continue to attract the most interest, we are seeing a huge uptick in logistics activity across Iberia and CEE, as the European distribution network further grows,” comments Marcus de Minckwitz, Director in the Regional Investment Advisory Division, Savills EMEA. “And, as vacancy rates continue to fall across Europe, particularly in core markets, we expect to see further rental growth in the short to medium term as development is unable to keep up with the growth in demand across the majority of markets.  This will be most felt on prime assets in strategic locations, near major highways, ports and airports, with competition for these locations more fierce than ever before.  The clear need for occupiers to have a presence in these locations therefore attracts significant investor interest, which is driving prime pricing to record levels.” Although the UK and Germany reported weaker performances (-19% and -18% respectively), shaped by a lack of appropriate product on the market, countries including Sweden (+91%), Poland (+83%), Czech Republic (+80%) and Norway (+16%) all exceeded their five year H1 average investment volumes. Strong investment volumes in recent years has resulted in yield compression for the larger markets. Savills has recorded that average European prime logistics yields compressed 20bps from 4.9% to 4.7% during H1 2019, though generally remained steady for the core markets (Chart 5). Further inward yield movement has been witnessed for Prague (-150bps), Stockholm (-30bps) and Madrid (-25 bps) during the first half of the year. The total investment volume in Poland in the first half of 2019 amounted to approximately EUR 423 million, which reflected ca. 25% growth year-on-year. Gross demand in H1 2019 amounted to 1.8 million sq m, down by 16% y-o-y. John Palmer, Head of Industrial Investment, Savills Poland, says: “Poland industrial and logistics is on the front page and a must have for expansion of fund manager portfolios. Available income producing stock to purchase is limited and highly sought-after. Because of this more complex means of acquisition of investments such as forward funding and forward purchase are becoming common.”     Source: Savills

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