Greenberg Traurig has advised EQT Exeter affiliate EQT Group AB on its acquisition of a Polish logistics portfolio consisting of five class-A warehouse projects.
According to Greenberg Traurig, the acquired projects, with a combined leasable area of approximately 161,000 square meters, are located in the vicinity of Poland’s key regional cities.
EQT Exeter focuses on acquiring, developing, and managing logistics/industrial, office, life science, and residential properties. It has 40 regional offices in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
“We are delighted to be advising EQT Exeter on yet another successful transaction on the Polish market, which confirms our strong commitment to providing best quality legal services and reflects our clients’ continuing trust,” commented Greenberg Traurig Deputy Managing Partner Radomil Charzynski.
The Greenberg Traurig team was led by Partner Karol Brzoskowski and Senior Associate Filip Janeczko, and included Charzynski, Senior Associates Agnieszka Gul-Czajkowska, Anna Wisniewska, Filip Widuch, Tomasz Denko and Maja Gawrysiuk, and Associates Alicja Flis, Alicja Walerjan, Karolina Wozniak, Katarzyna Goljan and Filip Drgas.
The firm was unable to disclose further information on the deal.
Editor's note: After this article was published, Dentons announced it had advised a joint venture formed by the EPISO 4 investment fund, managed by Tristan Capital Partners, and White Star Real Estate, a development and property management company, on the sale. The firm's team included Warsaw-based Partner Magdalena Szwarc-Brozyna and Associates Magdalena Witka and Maciej Kulpinski and Bratislava-based Senior Associate Anna Hergottova.