The Polish Naval Shipyard put up for sale nearlyseven hectares of the eastern portion of its grounds with access to the basin. The asking price for the land with the buildings and infrastructure is PLN 85 million. Investors may submit their bids until May 11 of this year.
The grounds, which have been put up for sale by the Shipyard Management Board are located in the vicinity of 48 Śmidowicza Street adjacent to basin No. 9 within the Gdynia seaport. The direct access to the basin, could be a competitive advantage in operating a business from this site. The Shipyard Management Board is looking for entrepreneurs who would be interested in operating a business from these premises. In the opinion of the current owners, a variety of business operations can be run from the site, for instance manufacturing, port-related business, or rental of office space.
The asking price of the real estate with the direct access to the sea is PLN 85 million net. Interested parties tendering bids need to supply a guarantee equivalent to 10% of the offered price. The price offered is the sole criterion for selection.
The buyer will take over the right of perpetual usufruct to the land together with the right to ownership of the buildings and the infrastructure located on the property. The property includes office buildings, warehouses as well as energy supply and road infrastructure.
The Naval Shipyard plans to invest the revenue from the sale of the grounds in a construction of a new manufacturing facility and to relocate those of the manufacturing stages that are currently being carried out at the most remote sites, which will result in the shortening of the manufacturing process.