East of Wrocław – Panattoni is to develop 24,500 sqm in Dobrzykowice

Panattoni, Europe’s leading industrial developer, is to launch its latest project in the Wrocław area. Panattoni Park Wrocław East will be built in Dobrzykowice – just off the city’s eastern bypass. By September 2021, the developer will have completed 24,516 sqm of class A warehouse space in one building. This is to be the first such modern distribution facility on the eastern outskirts of Wrocław. It will be developed in line with the company’s ‘Go Earthwise with Panattoni’ concept and is to be BREEAM certificated at the ‘Very Good’ level.

Direction – Wrocław east. Panattoni has already delivered 1 milion sqm in parks and BTS facilities in the Wrocław region and is planning another 300,000 sqm. The developer has completed a significant proportion of this in Wrocław itself and in the southern and south-western parts of the Lower Silesian capital, such as Wrocław Campus 39, which is close to centres occupied by Amazon and LG Chem Wrocław Energy. Now Panattoni has launched itself in another direction – east. Panattoni Park Wrocław East is to be built in Dobrzykowice, around 12 km from Wrocław city centre and 2 km from the city limits. The town is situated by the Wrocław Eastern Bypass, which is still under construction, but is also near an already existing section that connects Dobrzykowice with Żerniki Wrocławskie. The bypass will eventually provide excellent access to the S8 expressway, connecting the key logistics hubs in Poland (Wrocław, Łódź, Warsaw and Białystok), as well as to the A4 motorway, ensuring efficient east-west transportation through southern Poland.

A storage and light production building with an area of ​​24,516 sqm is to be built in Panattoni Park Wrocław East, the construction of which will be completed in September 2021. It will be one of the first class A facilities in the area. As Damian Kowalczyk the Development Director of Panattoni says: “The Wrocław warehouse market is one of the largest regional markets in Poland, and Panattoni itself has developed a million square metres here. The areas on the eastern side of the regional capital still have great potential – they are characterised by their attractive location close to the city and, together with the expansion of the local road infrastructure, will provide another impulse to the development of the region. This is great news for us and we are glad to be here, and the first inquiries from potential tenants are already flowing in.”

Panattoni is not only set to introduce modern class A space to the eastern part of the Wrocław region, but also high sustainability standards. In line with its ‘Go Earthwise with Panattoni’ concept, the developer will build a facility that meets BREEAM ‘Very Good’ certification standards. Its aluminium and glass façades will ensure that those working in the building have increased access to daylight, while their welfare will also be enhanced by green zones with sustainable street furniture. In addition to the well-being of users, Panattoni is also focused on energy efficiency, which will be achieved thanks to modern building management systems, comprehensive energy monitoring and high heat transfer parameters for the walls and roofs, which all exceed the 2021 technical requirements, not to mention the installation of LED lighting. In addition to all this, the park will be equipped with drinking water management and monitoring systems along with highly efficient water collection devices. The site will also be planted with vegetation suitable for the local weather conditions and is to have flower meadows instead of lawns that require constant watering. Water conservation will therefore be a key feature of Panattoni Park Wrocław East.