Safe for investors, flexible for tenants: new development and existing property in one

Safe for investors, flexible for tenants: new development and existing property in one

Subjects 10/07/2017

How we create logistics spaces in times of space shortage: examine plots of land with old properties, some still rented out; purchase, retain usable space, restore existing structures and develop modern, market-oriented concepts for the remaining space. We will be pleased to tap into this potential! We are familiar with handling demolition and abandoned pollution. A property that is still rented reduces the yield risk and a new development can be realised without prior rental – whether as an extension for the existing tenant or for other interested parties.

Example: Kempen

With its excellent location on the A40 between Krefeld and Venlo, the town is attractive to logistics specialists. An existing hall that can still be used has unused workshop and cold store buildings alongside or should we say these ancillary buildings previously existed – this slight blemish has since been eliminated.

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As of December 2017, the existing 24,130m² building used by logistics service provider Clipper will be supplemented with two new and very well-fitted hall sections of 21,729m² and 12.5 m height (maximum height at eaves) which are still available for rent.

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