Port of Gdansk. An attractive plot near Baltic Hub awaits a lessee - MarinePoland.com
Port of Gdansk. An attractive plot near Baltic Hub awaits a lessee
Date of publication: 30.11.2023

Designated as Plot T14 with an area of 3.21 hectares in the vicinity of Baltic Hub and the warehouse-logistics center on Kontenerowa Street in Gdańsk, awaits a lessee. Port of Gdansk Authority has recently announced a tender to select a new tenant.

Tender number 2/SRH/2023, concerning the plot on Kontenerowa Street in Gdańsk, was announced today on the portal przetargi.portgdansk.pl. It pertains to the lease of an undeveloped property with an exact area of 32,045 square meters. The plot is located in proximity to the PAGO cold storage facility, opposite a warehouse-logistics complex.

The property's location is attractive, with the Baltic Hub container terminal, container yards, and coal depots nearby. The plot is directly situated on Kontenerowa Street, providing easy access to the S7 expressway and the A1 motorway.

Interested parties can inspect the property thoroughly. The Gdańsk Port offers the opportunity for on-site visits on December 12, 2023, and January 10, 2024, by appointment at least two days in advance. Details are available in the announcement.

According to the notice, all companies interested in participating in the tender must submit offers on the appropriate form in accordance with the tender conditions specified in its documentation at the General Office of the Gdańsk Maritime Port Authority, at 18 Zamknięta Street, 80-955 Gdańsk, by March 1, 2024, at 12:00 PM. The opening of offers and the announcement of their contents will take place shortly thereafter, at 12:15 PM on the same day in Room 9A.

A prerequisite for participating in the competition is the payment of a deposit in the amount of PLN 500,000. The fixed fee that bidders must specify in their offers must be at least PLN 4.34 net per square meter of the property per month. Bidders must also propose the duration of the lease, with a minimum of 5 years and a maximum of 30 years.   

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