CTP to deliver logistics park in Krefeld West (DE)

CTP to deliver logistics park in Krefeld West (DE)

CTP announces plans to develop a modern 60,771m2 logistics park through a partial refurbishment of an existing business park in Krefeld West, Germany.


At this location CTP will develop the modern urban business park CTPark Krefeld, comprising 31,796mof new industrial and logistics space on which construction will start in 2024. This will be followed by a 29,002m2 redevelopment of the existing 15,708m2 logistics warehouse and 2,149m2 of office space, which is currently let. The formal building request is scheduled to be submitted in the first quarter of 2024, coinciding with the start of demolition works.


Meeting CTP’s ambitions for green building certifications and energy efficiency standards, the new park will be constructed to meet the BREEAM Very Good standard or better, incorporating industry-leading technological and environmental specifications to mitigate any negative impacts on the environment. The building will be equipped with rooftop PV’s for a fossil-free energy supply and reduced CO2 emissions during operation. The development site is largely made up of brownfield areas and will involve refurbishment of the existing buildings which will be partially preserved, helping to reduce the impact of the new park on the environment.


Plans for the new Krefeld logistics park have already garnered the support of the local municipality, Krefeld city council. In addition to the industry-leading technological and environmental specifications planned for the new park, the site will also benefit from good transport connections, being in proximity to the highly frequented St. Toniser Strasse, providing access to the A44 and A40 motorways and Krefeld city centre.


Timo Hielscher, Managing Director of West and East Germany at CTP, commented: "Our strategy as a portfolio holder focuses on important metropolitan areas. This naturally includes the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia as a leading business location in Germany and the city of Krefeld in particular, which has become one of the strongest commercial locations in the region in recent years. We are delighted to be able to develop the site with the wealth of expertise available to us at CTP and to include it in our ever-expanding portfolio."


"It is important for our city to remain competitive and develop sustainably at the same time. Maintaining and regularly updating our infrastructure and building stock is central to this. As a business location, we are therefore delighted about the general overhaul of the site on Töniser Strasse by CTP, who will be building a modern business park with state-of-the-art sustainability features here," said Eckart Preen, Head of Economic Affairs and KREFELD BUSINESS. "In view of the very positive experience with business parks in Uerdingen and Fichtenhain in recent years, I am convinced that the combination of hall and office space planned by CTP in the Krützpoort business park will also meet with high demand and ensure that new companies and jobs are attracted to Krefeld. That is why we at KREFELD BUSINESS will be very happy to actively support this project."


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