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New logistics park Opatovce - Trenčín

Design office STAT-KON s.r.o. is currently working on a project for a new logistics park in Opatovce near Trenčín. The park consists of 3 main buildings with a total area of 51,650 m2 on an area of 23.7 hectares.

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Volkswagen Slovakia will produce the next generations of the Volkswagen Passat and ŠKODA Superb models

The decision was officially adopted on Friday by the Supervisory Board of the Volkswagen Group. For the Bratislava plant, this means the beginning of preparations for integration into production and future investments in the amount of approximately EUR 500 million. The Volkswagen Passat, the first model produced at the Bratislava plant, will return to Bratislava after more than 30 years. Thanks to the investment, 2,000 new employees will get a job.

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Gebrüder Weiss will add a new terminal in Senec

The logistics and transport giant started expanding its premises in Senec in mid-October 2020. This is the second major investment since 2013. It will increase its space by 2,200 m2 in transhipment area, in administration by 600 m2, and in the logistics warehouse by 5,000 m2. Another extension with an area of 10,000 m2 remains in the reserve.

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The future of logistics real estate in Slovakia looks promising

The total rental activity on the market of industrial and logistics premises in Slovakia reached the level of 75,000 m² in the 3rd quarter of this year. Of this number, renegotiations accounted for only 9,650 m2. The volume of total rental activity thus decreased compared to the same period last year.

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IPEC is building a research and development center in Senica and is preparing other projects

The IPEC development group started the construction of a research and development center and production halls in the Senec industrial park for a German investor. In the first phase, a research and development center will be created here by partial reconstruction and attached new construction of existing buildings, in which highly qualified engineers will find work. Subsequently, new production halls with a total area of up to 20,000 m² will be added. They will arise next to existing production facilities. The developer and owner of the project is IPEC, the builder is Strabag. A total of 70 engineers will find work here in the first phase. The German manufacturer will lease the capacity from IPEC for 15 years. The building will be handed over to the user in August 2021.

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Mobile Community Management App For Access To Building Community Benefits Launched

SkyTower, the tallest building in Romania, announces the implementation of Spaceflow community management mobile application, a digital communication and interaction platform dedicated exclusively to its tenants. The mobile app offers a fast-digital connection to a variety of services and facilities and a direct connection to the community life in the tower.

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Lidl is expanding its logistics center in Sered

Lidl SR is expanding its logistics center in Sered and will employ 40 new regular employees. This warehouse will grow by a quarter of its original area. The total amount of the investment is approximately 13 million euros, the construction work is to last nine months. Tomáš Bezák, head of the company's communication department, informed about it. In Slovakia, Lidl has 144 stores and three logistics centers, while Sered supplies 55 goods in western and southern Slovakia.

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COVID-19 vs. commercial real estate: who will emerge from the pandemic as a winner?

Commercial real estate has been under coronavirus pressure for several months. At the beginning of 2020, a slight cooling of the market and a decline in demand were observed. And with the arrival of March, it was already clear that COVID-19 would also affect the real estate market. After initial uncertainty and a reassessment of which operating model pays off under ever-changing conditions and constraints, the situation is gradually stabilizing. Today we can evaluate which segments of the real estate market came out of the fight the best.

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