Panattoni Europe, the leader of Poland's warehouse market, has signed new lease contracts in the Warsaw region. The developer signed lease agreements for a total of over 23,000 m² of warehouse and office space in three parks near Warsaw: Pruszków, Ozarów and Blonie II.
Only 4% out of the 220,000 m² of space in the existing Panattoni parks in the Warsaw region remain available. Panattoni Europe closed the final quarter of 2009 with new contracts in three parks near Warsaw. The new customers include: Poltraf, Mercator Papier and Astellas Pharma. Also, a client of Panattoni Park Pruszków - CAT LC Polska - has decided to expand the space it occupies.
The new customers of Panattoni Park Ozarów are Mercator Papier and Astellas Pharma. The former, a company distributing paper for publishing and office purposes, has signed a contract to lease 5,324 m² of warehouse space and 150 m² of office space. It neighbours with yet another Panattoni customer from the pharmaceutical sector, Astellas Pharma, who will occupy 2,609 m² of warehouse space and 258 m² of office space.
Panattoni Park Blonie II is currently fully leased. One of its new tenants is Poltraf Sp. z o.o., involved in organizing and handling direct distribution services for pharmaceutical and healthcare products. The company has signed a contract for over 7,200 m², including a 6,800-square-metre warehouse and a 400-square-metre office space.
In the developer's third investment in the Warsaw region, Panattoni Park Pruszków, CAT LC has decided to expand its facility. The leading logistics operator in the motor industry has signed a new contract to further lease 3,927 m² of warehouse space at the park. This is the second expansion contract signed in 2009: in March of last year CAT LC expanded the space it occupies by 5,415 m². As part of agreements with Panattoni, the company leases altogether over 25,000 m² of space in Pruszków and Myslowice.
Panattoni has located 6 of its investments in the Warsaw region. Apart from the parks in Pruszków, Ozarów and Blonie, the developer also owns distribution centres in Teresin and Garwolin. The park in Ozarów has further growth potential, with two additional buildings planned to offer a total of 32,000 m² of space. The facility is located in the direct vicinity of the route E30, 13 km from the centre of Warsaw.