We’ve signed one of the largest transactions in Europe this year, in Poland in terms of development space with long-term partner EURO-net Sp. z o.o, which will lease 160,000 square meters at Prologis Park Janki.
CTP has significantly expanded its portfolio both across the region and in Hungary in recent years. In response to brisk local demand, the company plans to prepare speculative developments of premium industrial space totalling 150,000 m2 in the Hungarian market in 2020. These projects will affect nearly all the industrial parks of local CTP.
We are expanding Building 2 Prologis Park Wrocław V with 16,500 square meters. The new investment is specifically tailored for two companies with very different backgrounds, but working towards the same goal: effective storage and distribution, both in the local market of Lower Silesia and across Poland – a flexible solutions using our knowledge and experience to successfully meet our customers’ requirements.
When customers need space, they expect immediate and effective solutions from us. We make it our business to continuously assess markets, locations and facilities to satisfy these needs, enable growth and keep our customers ahead of what’s next.
The Budapest Research Forum (BRF, which comprises: CBRE, Colliers International, Cushman & Wakefield, ESTON International, JLL and Robertson Hungary) sets out below its Q3 2019 industrial market snapshot.
In an industry first, CTP Invest and BRE will collaborate to implement BREEAM In-Use International across the entire CTP Invest portfolio of industrial buildings, throughout 2019 and 2020, in a landmark strategic alliance.