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The 35,000 m2 facility will be erected in the southern part of the Port of Hamburg, following a brownfield conversion of a site located at Moorburger Bogen.
The new centre, construction works to kick off in May, will be split into 5,000 m2 single or combined units (incl. 3,000 m2 of mezzanine and 2,000 m2 of office and social space), available from 2018’s start. The facility will be Gold-certified by the German Sustainable Building Council.
“We are seeing significant demand for modern logistics sites in Hamburg, which is outstripping current supply. With our new logistics centre, we are providing customers with a high-quality, flexible site in Germany’s logistics hotspot,” Christof Prange, Head of Business Development for Goodman in Germany, said.
Most recently, Goodman opened the 44,000 m2 big Interlink Hamburg Logistics Park. The company is currently also developing another Hamburg-based property by adding 12,700 m2 of space in the Altenwerder Freight Village, of which 7,100 m2 is already booked by Symrise (a supplier of fragrances and flavours), whereas the remaining 5,600 m2 will be available as of this summer.
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