7R to expand Park Lublin (PL)

7R to expand Park Lublin (PL)

7R has obtained financing for expanding the modern logistics complex 7R Park Lublin. The loan agreement has been signed with a syndicate of banks – Santander Bank Polska and mBank. Ultimately, the park will consist of five buildings with a total GLA of nearly 110,000m².Bremer is the General Contractor of the project responsible for the work.


“Obtaining financing for the development of the 7R Park project shows the potential of both 7R as a developer providing modern warehouse space and the region's potential for the growth of a new business,” said Tomasz Lubowiecki, CEO of 7R.


Currently, two out of five planned buildings have been completed in 7R Park Lublin, and one of the first tenants is the Lublin-based company – Spiżarnia.  The investment location close to the Lublin ring road offers convenient access to expressways and an excellent connection for sectors such as FMCG and TSL. Here, the most important communication routes intersect and railway infrastructure is being developed, which is the foundation of transport, allowing you to plan forwarding and transport operations throughout the country, as well as to Eastern Europe. The project is also BREEAM certified at the Very Good level, thus conforming to the idea of sustainable industrial construction and 7R’s mission and strategy.


The extension of the 7R Park Lublin facility is another example of investments carried out by 7R, which combines elements of sustainable construction, and at the same time fits into the company's strategy - the systematic development of the portfolio of projects located in promising and well-connected locations. The investment is being implemented just 4 km from the centre of Lublin and close to the S17 expressway junction and the S12 road. This location's development is of particular importance for the company; according to the report "The logistics and industrial sector. Development paths from the perspective of 2022"- prepared jointly by 7R and Colliers - it is the eastern part of the country, including the Lublin Province, that stands a chance of becoming a natural migration destination for companies that are withdrawing their logistics resources from countries like Russia and Belarus.

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