Walter Herz expanded their consulting teams of Office, Logistics & Industrial and Investment & Hospitality departments in order to offer a comprehensive, integrated service, covering various segments of the real estate market. What is more, Piotr Krawczyk joined the WH team, taking the position of director of Logistics & Industrial department at the beginning of May 2021.
Walter Herz reinforces the organizational structure and implements solutions that allow us to comprehensively meet the needs of customers in every possible scenario of actions that will have to be taken in the new economic environment. – Employment in the company has been increasing regularly over the last 9 years, but now we had to significantly accelerate the development of the team, as the current market situation requires it. This is related to the intensification of our operational activity in recent months. Thanks to the greater number of experienced advisors with extensive knowledge and wide range of expertise, we can more effectively combine various services and provide clients with the most extensive consulting service and support in every aspect, because this is what companies expect today. In the current special times, especially for business, they need multidimensional support, including additional, complementary services and interdisciplinary knowledge – says Bartłomiej Zagrodnik, Managing Partner/CEO at Walter Herz.
Therefore, the company is developing, not only in terms of staff, but also increasing our expertise in all areas of the real estate market. The change in the structure of demand in the commercial segment of the real estate market resulted in the fastest growing potential and the expansion of the portfolio of Industrial & Logistic clients who, appreciating the high quality of services and non-standard solutions offered by the company’s consultants, choose Walter Herz.
The new director of the department dedicated to the warehouse sector, who has been managing since May 2021, gained experience cooperating with Raben Group, DHL Global Forwarding and ROHLIG SUUS Logistics. He also worked for a real estate development company operating in the warehouse and production segment. Piotr Krawczyk has managed projects for many international clients, corporate tenants and individual investors. He has also commercialized logistics parks, with hundreds of thousands of square meters of leased space.
Piotr Krawczyk will be responsible for the implementation of the development strategy of Walter Herz’s Industrial & Logistic department, as well as preparation of solutions for investors, developers and tenants of industrial and logistics real estate, including preparing offer proposals, technical audit, analyzing rental costs and purchasing investment land.
“I believe that Piotr will play a crucial role in creating modern models of long-term customer service and introducing solutions adapted to the changing market conditions by bringing a new perspective to the company” says Bartłomiej Zagrodnik.
Walter Herz is a company with unique organizational culture, with extensive expert knowledge and strong focus on building relationships, so I am all the more glad to be able to continue my career in such an experienced and inspiring group. I would like to thank everyone for the trust and kind welcoming I received, says Piotr Krawczyk, Director Industrial & Logistics at Walter Herz. – We want to make the most of the current boom on the warehouse market, where, thanks to the development of the e-commerce sector, warehouse hubs are being created on a scale not previously recorded in Poland. Servicing this promising area of the market will require further expansion of our team of experts, as well as investments in new technologies to increase efficiency and standard of work
Piotr Krawczyk – Director Industrial & Logistics at Walter Herz
Walter Herz team has gained a new director of Industrial & Logistics department, which we are very happy about. In addition, our leasing team has also been reinforced, not only in Warsaw, but also in the Cracow branch. It gained several negotiators with many years of experience in various segments of the real estate market – informs Mateusz Strzelecki, Partner/Head of Regional Markets at Walter Herz
Nowadays, consulting must be optimized to the changing business conditions. More and more often, we implement projects that require combining expertise from various fields. We run complex processes, including those that require customer support, both when leasing office space and expanding our own warehouse base. They involve choosing a supplier who can meet the investor’s needs in both areas
Mateusz Strzelecki – Partner/Head of Regional Markets at Walter Herz
Over the recent years, Walter Herz has created a team of experts who have extensive knowledge covering all fields of the real estate market in Poland. The company’s motto is to create long-term relationships with customers and customize solutions to their individual needs. In many cases, business development of the company’s key partners and the evolution of Walter Herz are closely related. In the upcoming months, the agency’s activities will focus on increasing the potential of the company’s regional branches in Wrocław, the Tri-City and Łódź.
About Walter Herz
Walter Herz company is a leading Polish entity which has been operating in the commercial real estate sector across the country. For nine years, the company has been providing comprehensive and strategic investment consulting services for tenants, investors and real estate owners. It provides extensive support for both public and private sector. Walter Herz experts assist clients in finding and leasing space, and give advice when it comes to investment and hotel projects.
In addition to its headquarters in Warsaw, the company operates in Cracow and the Tri-City. Walter Herz has created Tenant Academy, first project in the country, supporting and educating commercial real estate tenants across Poland, with on-site courses held in the largest cities in the country. In order to ensure the highest ethical level of services provided, the agency introduced the Code of Good Practice.