Inowroclaw is primarily known as health resort and has 70,000 inhabitants. The new retail park is leased to nine retailers and a supermarket, offering 5,000 sq m of GLA as well as 242 parking spots. The investment volume amounts to €6,4 million.
After Solec Kujawski, which opened in the middle of last year, this Vendo Park is Trei’s second retail park in the region and includes tenants such as Lidl, KiK, Action, Maxi Zoo and Sinsay.
Pepijn Morshuis, CEO of Trei Real Estate, says: “Since the beginning of this year, we were able to open six Vendo Parks in Poland with an added rental space of 30,000 sq m. This shows that the demand for retail parks in Poland, especially in small and medium sized cities, is continuously high. Our market analysis, produced for the second time in 2021 together with JLL, confirms this: 2021 could become a record year for retail in Poland with 209,000 sq m rental space in newly established retail parks.”
Trei’s current portfolio consists of 37 Vendo Parks with 27 in Poland. This year, two more are in the pipeline and will be situated in Chorzow and Radzymin.