Panattoni Europe, the leading warehouse space developer in Poland, reported signing a contract with "Piotr i Paweł." The client, a chain of delicatessen shops, will occupy ca 5,300 m² of warehouse space in Panattoni Park Błonie I.
Panattoni Europe concluded another lease contract in the Warsaw region. "Piotr i Paweł", a countrywide chain of delicatessen shops has become a tenant of Panattoni Park Błonie. The leased space, ca 5,300 m² (5331 m² of warehouse and 277 m² of office space), will serve as a cold storage facility, where dairy products are to be stored (in the temperature of ca 5.5◦C) as well as include a facility for storing fruit and vegetables (8-9◦C).
This is already the second contract the developer concluded with the Poznan-based "Piotr i Paweł" chain. In October 2007, Panattoni leased a warehouse to its client Panattoni Park Poznań I, situated nearby Poznań, in Gądki. The warehouse, with a total area covering 25,000 m², is servicing ca 70 shops, but the location in Gądki will render services to as many as 100.
- Panattoni is a reliable partner - said Błażej Patryn, Spokesperson from Piotr i Paweł. - The new warehouse in Błonie will undoubtedly facilitate and enhance the process of rendering services to our clients in the Mazowsze Region as well as in Eastern Poland.
About Piotr i Paweł
"Piotr i Paweł" was founded by Eleanor, Piotr and Paweł Woś. The first shop was opened in Poznań in 1990. Subsequent years witnessed success and a broader range of activities: the first supermarket (1991), the first 24h supermarket (1995), the first franchises (2000) and a Logistics Center in Sady, near Poznań. The growing chain of "Piotr and Paweł" shops soon gained the recognition of the local population of Poznań and neighboring towns, as well as other cities in Poland. Currently the chain consists of 69 outlets, operating in 44 Polish cities. The average sales area totals 1,100 m2, while the product range consists of 30,000 items.