- Panatoni leases logistic property In the new Panattoni Park Speyer to Hornbach Baumarkt AG.
- Assignment of logistics property With approximately 20,000 square meters of usable space in November 2021.
- Cooperation with Stadtwerke Speyer Provides for sustainable energy generation via PV system.
Hornbach Baumarkt AG has decided to lease a new logistics property in Panattoni Park Speyer. The logistics property located in the Rhineland-Palatinate will be handed over to Hornbach in November 2021 by Panatoni, the project developer of industrial and logistics properties in Europe. The family-run company based in Bornheim near Landau in the Palatinate is one of the largest operators of DIY megastores with garden centers in Europe. Hornbach will use the property as a warehouse and shipping and distribution center in the future.
Logistics real estate makes it possible to deal with water pollutants
On an area of 31,125 square metres, Panattoni has developed a total usable area of 19,881 square metres. Of this, 17,639 square meters are logistic space, 877 square meters are offices, and 1,365 square meters are mezzanine. The height of the building is 10 meters UKB. By laying a special film to seal the floor in accordance with the provisions of the WGK (Water Hazard Classes), it became possible to deal with substances hazardous to water on the property. Two trucks and 47 parking spaces will be created outside. Due to the direct proximity of the B9 federal motorway and the A 61 federal motorway, the logistics center is well connected with the A 6 / A 5 junction in the direction of Karlsruhe, Frankfurt and Mannheim.
Panattoni Park Speyer is being built on a former food packaging production site. To this end, Panatoni has been revitalizing the area since the end of 2020 and is implementing a variety of sustainability measures. In addition to the construction of the property according to the DGNB gold standard, a soakable parking space has been developed. In addition, there are measures for the design of the landscape facade and the preservation of native plants. In close cooperation with Stadtwerke Speyer, the developer is installing a full-surface photovoltaic system on the roof of the new building. This not only reduces greenhouse gas emissions, but also generates green electricity for the area.
“With the new Logistics Center in Speyer, we have found a site that optimally complements our existing logistics network. Explains Sinad Shahinović, Head of Southern Logistics Centers in Speyer. Hornbach Beaumarkt AG.
Implement many sustainability measures
“I am very happy to have found Hornbach Baumarkt AG. The successful large family-run company in Speyer will create a large number of additional jobs in the city,” explains the mayor of Speyer, Stefanie Seiler, of the project. “In the very positive process of real estate development by Panattoni, it is particularly worth noting the implementation of several measures Sustainability and installation of a photovoltaic system on the entire rooftop area of the new building in close cooperation with our municipal facilities. This could be a pioneer for future projects of this kind.”
“The concept of Speyer Logistics Park with its sustainable features was complex, and allowing Hornbach Baumarkt AG before it was completed was a huge success for us,” says Fred Marcus Bohn, Panattoni Managing Partner. “We are very proud that Hornbach has decided to expand its business with Panattoni,” Fred-Markus Bohne continues.
Panatoni The dismantling of the existing buildings began at the end of 2020, and the construction work took a total of eleven months. The start-up of Hornbach Baumarkt AG is scheduled for November 2021. The brokerage Engel & Völkers Mannheim has been involved in real estate brokerage and has been tasked with marketing the site as the main broker. Baumüller & Co. mediated. Hornbach tenant AG. (SG)
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