Verdion leases 11,100 sq m of logistics space at Verdion Airpark Berlin
Verdion has leased two logistics properties with a combined 11,100 sq m of space at Verdion Airpark Berlin. Two thirds of the speculatively built space in this final phase of the logistics park near the German are now leased.
Walter Schulze GmbH took out a ten-year lease on a 5,778 sq m logistics property. The company will be processing its online wholesale business with printable merchandising such as t-shirts, mugs or sheeting on site. In a second property with 5,329 sq m of space, HOCO Online GmbH will be handling its online delivery business for bicycles and spare parts, also on a ten-year lease. Two further properties with around 5,000 sq m each are still available.
“With Walter Schulze and HOCO Online, we attracted two Berlin SMEs with growing space needs for their online businesses to the Verdion Airpark Berlin,” says Stephan Dalbeck, Business Development and Portfolio Director at Verdion. “The remaining space is also ideal for SMEs or start-ups whose distribution activities have grown beyond the capacities of the office post room or the garage. Pharma or fresh food logistics companies, which are seeking a quick route into Berlin’s inner city, will also profit from the location. There is currently no other logistics development closer to CBD.” Berlin’s central Mitte district can be reached within 30 minutes from Verdion Airpark Berlin.
Verdion Airpark Berlin
Verdion Airpark Berlin offers excellent access to Berlin’s major motorways. The facility is located directly on the B96a, a major road connecting in just two kilometres to the inner and outer orbitals (A10 and A100). Berlin’s Schönefeld Airport and the new Berlin-Brandenburg Airport are both within a ten-kilometre radius and the site is easily accessible by public transport.
A 10,000 sq m logistics property has already been completed as part of the third building phase of Verdion Airpark Berlin. It is leased to logistics company DACHSER SE. In total, the park has an area of 80,000 sq m, with other tenants including the food delivery service Bringmeister, metal industry company PUK, DÜRKOP GmbH, a spare parts supplier for branded garages, and Streiff & Helmold, a rail transport service provider.
The pan-European property investment manager PATRIZIA AG is financing Verdion Airpark Berlin.