Polish warehouse developer 7R has begun construction of a new logistics park in Pomerania, Poland.
The 7R Park Tczew III will feature four modern halls, with the first one 12.5 metres high, for a total gross leaseable area of over 150,000 m2.
The largest hall will be over 70,000 m2 in size. Tenants will also have the option to add office space to their lease.
The first tenant is ESA logistika Polska, a leading logistics operator in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland, who has already leased over 31,000 m2 of space.
The logistics asset is strategically located just 1 km from the A1 motorway and about 13 km from the nearby Starogard Gdanski and Tczew.
The halls will be built by Dekpol Budownictwo, a company that specializes in construction projects.
Lukasz Dziewanowski, managing director of ESA logistika Polska, said: ‘The warehouse currently under construction in Tczew is the next facility on which we cooperate with 7R. We are pleased that we have been able to move so quickly to the implementation phase of this project. Development in the Pomeranian region is one of the strategic directions of our company's activities, and thanks to 7R’s, we will be able to strengthen our presence in this region in just a few months. A very important element of this cooperation is also the approach to sustainable development that characterises 7R's business.’
Marzena Taube, regional leasing director at 7R, added: ‘We are proud that ESA logistika Polska is our first tenant. This cooperation is proof of the quality of the relationships we build with our business partners. We are consistently developing our portfolio in Pomerania, bearing in mind the huge potential of the entire region and the strong demand for modern, high-quality warehouses. 7R Park Tczew III guarantees both an excellent connection to the Tricity and convenient access to the central, southern, and western parts of the country.’
Adam Olzynski, commercial director at Dekpol Budownictwo, commented: ‘We are delighted that 7R has once again placed its trust in us and invited us to the third stage of the 7R Park Tczew project. In previous years, we had the pleasure of carrying out the two previous construction stages of this facility. We were the general contractor for the complex, which includes, among other things a petrol station, and five modern halls with a total area of over 100,000 m2.’