The long-term owner and developer of logistics properties P3 Logistic Parks will construct a new logistics building of around 31,000 m² in Ansbach near Nuremberg. The site is scheduled for completion in Q2/2022 and is particularly suitable for companies from the logistics and e-commerce sectors due to its direct motorway access. The property is being marketed exclusively by E&G Real Estate GmbH and Immolox.
A resource-efficient and modern new building is planned on the site with a hall area of almost 27,000 m² plus around 900 m² of office space and approx. 3,200 m² of mezzanine space, and a height of 12.50 metres. In line with P3's sustainability goals, the property is to receive a BREEAM rating of "Very Good". Highly efficient water systems and LED lighting systems with motion sensors reduce water and electricity consumption. To preserve the natural habitats of flora and fauna, a near-natural retention basin is used as a wetland biotope on the property in addition to high-quality greening measures. Of the total site area of almost 64,000 m², around 15,000 m² of wooded area will be preserved. In addition, ten e-charging stations will be installed in the car park.
Sönke Kewitz, Managing Director P3 Logistic Parks Germany, explains: "The property in Ansbach reinforces our speculative approach in Germany. Thanks to the active support of the Ansbach municipality, we are pleased to be able to offer our customers a state-of-the-art property in a booming but land-poor logistics region. The project is a very good example of constructive and goal-oriented cooperation between seller, buyer and municipality."
The site is located 40 kilometres from Nuremberg in an excellent location directly at motorway junction 52, via which the A6 can be reached in less than two minutes without passing through a town. Only a few kilometres further on, the A6 joins the A7 at the Feuchtwangen/Crailsheim junction. A bus stop within a five-minute walk provides an optimal connection to Ansbach railway station and the national local transport system.