Ostrava Going Strong With Multiple Projects Under Construction

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15. 02. 2019
With David Chládek as a new Regional Director for region Moravia, CTP is on a good way to accelerate developments and thus satisfying the ever-growing demand in the region.

CTPark Ostrava is indeed one of the company’s ‘crown jewels’ which has seen rapid development recently.

Multiple projects are under construction at the park, with 22,000 m2 of new industrial space coming available from April 2019. With two brand new halls with a total rentable area of 12,000mcurrently under construction, and another 50,000 mplanned, CTPark Ostrava—currently the largest park in the Ostrava region—is about to become even bigger.

Due to historically low vacancy—100% industrial occupancy in these regional CTParks—in the market, and the ongoing high demand of customers who need a location easily reached from Poland and Slovakia and connected to the pan-European highway network, CTP has recently acquired 22 ha of land in Ostrava Poruba where it plans to develop a brand new CTPark with planned built-up area of nearly 90,000 m2.

Other locations have seen the completion of new developments recently, for example, at CTPark Nový Jičín, with its new 10,000 m2 building and a new 6,000 m2 building at  CTPark Lipník nad Bečvou, where a new section of the main D1 highway is planned for later this year.

Many great companies signed to lease new A-class industrial space around the CTPark Network in Moravia— ASUS, Dachser, Continental, Varroc, Hannon, Etimex, Toyota, Henniges and others.

“I am convinced, that we will continue to build a strong and efficient regional team within the region. Our outlook is positive: CTP is extending its activities in all Moravian locations where we operate, and we plan to deliver at least 30 ha of new land this year. 150,000 m2 of construction is either running or being completed and 200,000 m2 is already leased,” says Regional Director for Moravia David Chládek. And David is not a guy who’s afraid to take up challenges. Next to his professional goals he plans to complete the World Marathon Majors series by 2021 and to harvest a good crop of chilli peppers this summer.