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P3 to Start Speculative Development in Romania

by P3 Logistic Parks October 1, 2015

Pan-European logistics real estate owner, developer and asset manager P3 is to build a new logistics facility at its P3 Bucharest park in Romania on a speculative basis. The 28,000 m2 warehouse is the first building to be developed by P3 in Romania following its purchase of the P3 Bucharest logistics park – the largest in the country - earlier this year (2015). Construction started at the end of last month (September).

Strategically located approximately 13 kilometres west of Bucharest city centre, the park currently comprises 215,000 m2 and is fully occupied. In addition, there is 40 hectares of land that can be developed to provide around 160,000 m2 of additional space in units ranging from 5,000 m2 to 50,000 m2. The new building, which is scheduled for completion in April 2016, is to be built on a 6 hectare plot.

“The rapid growth of the Romanian logistics market has resulted in extraordinary take up of warehousing space, so much so that the vacancy rate has dropped to just 5% in the greater Bucharest area” comments P3 CEO Ian Worboys. “By building this warehouse speculatively, we can ensure that we can provide customers with immediately available space as well as our bespoke Build-To-Suit options. This project clearly demonstrates our commitment to Romania, which we first entered in 2010. We are here to invest and grow, responding to the needs of our large portfolio of European customers who want quality facilities and value added services. P3’s pan-European expertise together with its understanding of the CEE region and strong knowledge of the Romanian market enable us to deliver this” he continued.

The new building will be one of P3’s new generation buildings, built to meet strict European environmental impact standards and deliver operational savings. As a result P3 is exploring energy saving and sustainable technology solutions such as LED lighting, energy efficient composite panel cladding, water supply management and a comprehensive building management system.

Peter Bečár, P3’s Managing Director for CEE and Romania, said: “The expansion of our successful P3 Bucharest park will enable us to satisfy demand for large, sustainable distribution space in the rapidly growing Romanian market. We believe that this strategy will be attractive to customers.“

Laurentiu Duica, P3’s Head of Leasing in Romania, continues: “We started work on gaining the necessary building permits to develop the remaining land at P3 Bucharest shortly after we completed the purchase of the park. Securing these approvals ahead of time means that we can react quickly to customer demand for new Build-To-Suit space and get the turnaround time for a new building down to just 5-6 months. We worked hard to get this project on track. We believe it will attract new customers to our park and, ultimately, generate new jobs for the region.”

P3 Bucharest offers direct access to and high visibility from the new A1 motorway, which will connect the Romanian capital with the western part of the country. The park is close to the city’s ring road that provides easy access to its six districts, to Henri Coanda International Airport 22km away and to the A2 motorway.


P3 is a specialist owner, developer and manager of European logistics properties. Active throughout Europe, P3’s asset base comprises 144 warehouses, totalling more than 3 million m2 of space across 9 countries and a land bank with zoning for 1.3 million m2 of potential development.

P3’s mission is to provide warehouse tenants with a first rate occupancy experience in high quality assets in key logistics locations. P3 develops environmentally sustainable warehouses that meet the highest international standards.

PointPark Properties has adopted “P3” as a corporate brand and will use the trading name P3 Logistic Parks to better reflect the company’s core business. You can find more information about P3 on our new website www.p3parks.com.

P3 is owned by TPG Real Estate and Ivanhoé Cambridge.

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