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Vive boosts Panattoni Park Kielce

Nathan North 27 September 2017

Nathan North

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Nathan is responsible for the English section of the magazine. Nathan was born in Manchester in the UK and completed a master’s degree in philosophy at the University of London. As well being responsible for editing the English section of ‘Eurobuild CEE’ magazine, he also contributes news from around Central Europe and articles on the investment and industrial markets and on architecture. In his free time he likes playing piano, drawing and cooking.

Vive boosts Panattoni Park Kielce
The textile recycling firm is the first tenant of the park
POLAND Local textile recycling firm Vive Group has leased 26,200 sqm of warehousing and related space at the soon to be built Panattoni Park Kielce.

Construction work on the project is to start around the beginning of next year with its completion expected in August 2018. A total of 24,836 sqm is to be used as storage space and 1,351 sqm will be offices and personnel areas. The building will be certified under the TAPA system for the logistics sector and will be fitted with LED lighting while the 3,000 sqm picking area will have as much as 12.5 pct access to daylight. Axi Immo represented Vive Group or this transaction.

“The project for Vive Group is one of three buildings planned in the upcoming Panattoni Park Kielce project. It is the next step in the strategy we have been gradually implementing of developing industrial projects outside the mainstream locations. Therefore we are really grateful to Vive Group as the tenant and to the local authorities for offering us the opportunity to develop on this site. I truly believe that both Kielce and such towns as Opole, Września, Białystok and Zielona Góra, where Panattoni Europe has started exploring the potential for this sector, have the greatest growth potential for the 2017/2018 period,” commented Dorota Jagodzińska, the managing director of Panattoni Europe.

Panattoni Park Kielce, which is situated on the S7 Warsaw-Kraków road on the outskirts of Kielce, will comprise two buildings with more than 43,000 sqm of modular space.


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