Investors often invest their funds by purchasing a ready-made facility with a signed lease with one or more tenants. Warehouses, although often undervalued, are an extremely attractive investment option that can generate a stable passive income. In this article, we will take a look at one such facility.
An appropriate warehouse facility that has been tailor-made to your business needs is one of the key elements of success in today’s highly competitive market. As this issue is close to our hearts, in this insight article we will look at BTS and BTO warehouses to decide which could be better, why and what factors to consider when making a choice. We wish you a pleasant read.
A customised warehouse is key to market success for many companies, but they are likely to have business-specific needs, which in turn will call for a tailored approach. This is the reason why BTO (Built-To-Own) are popular among large organisations. BTO projects are nothing new in real estate - they are still an attractive alternative for clients looking for dedicated developments that need not be located in top logistics destinations. They are unique in that they are built to be owned by a client while a developer acts as a contractor and assumes greater responsibility than a general contractor - it is responsible for the entire development process: from planning through to administrative procedures and the handover of a ready-to-occupy facility. What are the advantages of a BTO project in warehousing? You can find out below.
Will fundamental changes to zoning regulations impact the availability and prices of development land?
On 23 July 2023 the President of the Republic of Poland signed an amendment to the Zoning Act into law and the following day it was published in an official journal of laws. The amended law will take effect 30 days after its publication, thereby changing the regulations on local zoning plans, zoning decisions (WZ) and zoning studies that had been in force for 20 years. It is intended to streamline regulations, consolidate zoning provisions and ensure a more comprehensive approach to planning in Poland. Zoning professionals have, however, raised concerns that the amended law will, in fact, revolutionize regulations. Will this revolution also impact new industrial developments?
Leasing a warehouse is a mission-critical factor for many businesses across the board and space per se is becoming a valuable commodity. Space suitable for storing goods, components or inventory is an essential part of an efficient supply chain. Choosing the right warehouse space is, however, quite a challenge. What are the actual costs of leasing a warehouse? What factors influence prices? You will find the answers in the article below.
Shipping dangerous goods plays a key role in Poland, but what are the secrets behind ADR warehouses? What substances can be stored in them? What makes them so important in our daily life? This article looks at the issue and highlights key facts. We wish you a pleasant read!
What impacts the price of land? How does a more expensive plot translate into lower development costs?
Land prices depend on a number of factors, but primarily on the planned use of a site and its closest surroundings.
Lublin is the largest cultural, academic and business centre in eastern Poland, with a population of close to 650,000 in its metropolitan area. A well-educated talent pool, competitive labour and leasing costs, and good quality expressways, among other things, add to the investment appeal of the city.
A sale-and-leaseback of a property, or simply “leaseback”, is a method of raising capital. In practice, it frees up funds locked in a property so that they can be used for various business purposes. Let us find out what exactly a leaseback is and when it is the most profitable solution. Below is some detailed information on the topic. We wish you a pleasant read.
Building operating and management costs are quite substantial. However, they can be optimised through the use of a Building Management System (BMS). What exactly is it all about and what are its benefits?
Poland has 7.35 million sq m of warehouse space dedicated to online fulfilment, accounting for 30.7% of the country’s total industrial stock.
With the rise of e-commerce and omnichannel, creating an efficient warehouse or fulfilment centre is becoming an increasingly pressing challenge. Dedicated e-commerce warehouses are emerging as a key link in supply chains while their expansion is being powered by continuously growing demand.