The circa 151,000 m² portfolio consists of four standing assets built between 2007 and 2017 and development land with planning permission for one more asset. One building of circa 5,000 m² which is currently under construction will be acquired after completion in Q1 2018.
All the assets represent fully flexible, state of the art logistic/warehouse/light industrial/production facilities. The region is a strategic logistics location within Europe connecting CEE with key logistics destinations in Western Europe (40 km from Germany) as well as being a strategic manufacturing hub due to low wages and highly skilled workforce.
Grzegorz Ryszka, Head of Transactions CEE, CBRE Global Investors said: “We have acquired a modern, class-A portfolio situated in an established logistics market with a restricted supply of similar space. This fits perfectly with our client requirements and we were particularly pleased to have sourced this portfolio off-market where opportunities of this quality are limited.”
Robert Snincak, Head of Investment Operations CEE, CBRE Global Investors added: “This is another example of finding good value for our clients in the CEE region. With our skilled team on the ground, we are well placed to source assets in Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary that fit with our clients' requirements.“