The transactions include:
• 2,400 square metresleased toSchumacher Packaging,one of the leading European manufacturers of packaging solutions made from corrugated and solid cardboard;
• 2,200 square metres leased to Activ, the largest European manufacturer and importer of equipment for beauty and hair styling salons. Sharman Church real estate agencyfacilitated the transaction;
• 1,600 square metres leased to Max Fliz, a specialist in interior furnishings and fittings;
• 776square metres leased to Getback, a debt management service provider. Colliers International real estate agencyfacilitated the transaction.
These transactions follow the previously announced lease agreements with Neuca and Metalcom which means that the SBU facility, which is currently under construction, is now 75% pre-let. Neuca agreed to take 5,500 square metres of space on a ten year lease while Metalcom signed for 1,300 square metres.
“Our SBU facility offers the most flexible design configurations of industrial real estate in the Wrocław market, with the smallest unit starting at just 650 square metres. Thisprovides the customers, who run small and medium-sized companies, the ideal opportunity to set-up their businesses in the region,”said Ewa Zawadzka, Head of Land & Development, Prologis.“The fact that 75 percent of the available space at the facility has already been pre-let more than a month in advance of completion demonstrates Prologis’ ability to source effective property solutions that meet the specific requirements of our customers, such as the high-demand for smaller unit facilities in the region.”
Prologis Park Wrocław III currently comprises 130,000 square metres of space and is locatednext to the Wrocław Motorway Ring Road, on Graniczna Street, seven kilometres southeast of Wrocław and 3.5 kilometres from the airport. After the completion of the new facility totalling 18,240 square metres, the park will be fully developed.
Prologis owns and manages a portfolio of over 3.7 million square metres of logistic and distribution space in Central & Eastern Europe (as of 30 June 2014).