Macquarie Asset Management acquires prime Polish logistic facility
The prime property is targeting an ‘Excellent’ rating under BREEAM’s sustainable building certification scheme.
Macquarie Asset Management, on behalf of its European logistics real estate fund, has acquired Goleniów II, a Polish logistics facility, from developer 7R as it continues to expand its presence in the country’s logistics sector.
The approximately 63,000sqm property is strategically located in the Polish logistics hub of Szczecin. The newly developed site benefits from access to key sea and air transportation routes and offers direct access to key European markets through its close proximity to the German border.
The prime property is targeting an ‘Excellent’ rating under BREEAM’s sustainable building certification scheme and is 100 per cent leased to a leading European logistics operator.
The purchase of the Szczecin logistics facility is the latest property acquired by Macquarie Asset Management from 7R in Poland, on behalf of its clients. In August, Macquarie Asset Management announced the acquisition of a City Flex logistics facility near Warsaw Airport, forming part of the last-mile logistics portfolio located in key urban and industrial centres in Poland that Macquarie Asset Management has been assembling over the last three years with 7R.