Garbe buys €27m land in Rudenhausen from Beuerlein Group (DE)

Garbe buys €27m land in Rudenhausen from Beuerlein Group (DE)

Garbe Industrial Real Estate GmbH has announced that it has acquired an additional plot of land in Rudenhausen, which is approximately 35km east of Wurzburg, Germany. The Hamburg-based project developer is planning to construct a logistics centre on the site of c. 42,500m2, with a total area of around 19,200m2. The investment volume for this project is expected to be c. 27m.



"The purchase of another property at this site, with its excellent location and the development potential that the Würzburg area offers as one of the most important economic regions in southern Germany, was a logical decision for us," said Adrian Zellner, Member of the Executive Board of Garbe Industrial Real Estate. "The feedback from potential tenants is already promising for our first property, which we are implementing prospectively and without a firm tenant commitment. We assume that we will then start the second construction phase directly with the new space we have now acquired."


Construction of the property is set to commence in the third quarter of 2025. It is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2026. The property development is being carried out by Terrae Immobilien GmbH from Mainburg in Lower Bavaria, which is also providing the necessary support in terms of planning concepts. The property is being sold by the Beuerlein Group to Garbe Industrial Real Estate for construction. The property is located close to the A 3 motorway, which offers excellent connectivity to Frankfurt/Main and Nuremberg. The Wiesentheid junction is just a kilometre away and can be accessed without having to drive through the town.


Garbe Industrial Real Estate intends to construct a new building that aligns with the current ESG criteria. The goal is to acquire certification in accordance with the German Sustainable Building Council's (DGNB) Gold Standard, which includes certification based on the EU taxonomy for sustainable activities. The logistics centre will be pre-equipped for the installation of a photovoltaic system to generate renewable energy, and the roof surface will be covered with vegetation around the mezzanine level. A heat pump system will be used to heat the building, and an energy-efficient LED lighting system will also be included. In addition, breeding and nesting boxes for birds and bats will be installed in the outdoor area.


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