The “Bremer Kreuz logistics campus” at Von-Thünen-Strasse 12 was officially opened on June 10 in the presence of the management of Deutsche Logistik Holding and LIP Invest, for whose third open-ended special real estate AIF launched via IntReal International Real Estate Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH the property was acquired. Since the official ground-breaking in August, the modern logistics centre has been completed – earlier than planned – in less than nine months and was sold before completion.
On the estate with a total of 33,500 square meters, the logistics campus was sustainably planned as a brownfield development in accordance with the newest standards. The logistics property with a total rental area of 20,600 square meters was built to be multi-user capable with a subdivision into two units. It is certified according to DGNB Gold status. A photovoltaic system was installed on the roof. The e-charging stations at the car and bicycle parking spaces, for example, can be operated with this self-generated solar power.
The production warehouse offers flexible delivery options: The building has a total of six ground-level access gates and eight loading gates with dock levellers. One side of the hall is equipped with 800 square meters of covered (un-)loading area as well as nine parking spaces for trucks. Optional, another ten docking stations for trucks can be added to Unit 1.
The new user, a leading global specialist in technical services in the automotive industry, has already moved into the logistics campus.
After greetings from the two managing directors of DLH, Felix Zilling and Christoph Telker as well as managing director of the buyer, Bodo Hollung, the symbolic red ribbon was cut, and the campus officially opened. “By Bremer for Bremer in Bremen” – that’s how you could sum up this project. We are therefore particularly pleased that we are standing here today and are celebrating the inauguration of our project on the Von-Thünen-Straße at the Bremer Kreuz. When it comes to logistics, many think of dirt and noise. As we have shown here, however, that can also be accomplished beautifully and sustainably. We are all the more pleased that we were able to strengthen Bremen as a business location for a long-term with this project. We wish both, the new owner operator and our long-time strategic partner LIP (the buyer), every success and enjoyment with the new property”, says Felix Zilling, managing director of DLH.
Christoph Telker, also managing director, adds: “We are very pleased to have developed the site after only nine months of construction and to have handed it over on schedule. Thanks to the constructive cooperation, we were able to fully meet the requirements of our tenant and the DGNB Gold status. We would like to thank everyone involved in the project for this great team effort. We wish the tenant a smooth process and continued success in the future.”
The Bremer Kreuz industrial area is a major traffic junction and is located in the urban area of Bremen and Achim. Due to the direct connection to the A1 (Hamburg, Osnabrück / Ruhr area) and the A27 (Bremerhaven / Hanover), it is very well connected in terms of traffic and is characterized by its excellent public transport connection.
“Bremen is one of the most important logistics locations in Germany – for both imports and exports – and is heavily influenced by the automotive industry. In addition, companies from the food and industrial sectors ensure constant demand for suitable space. We are therefore pleased, that we were able to secure our fifth logistics property in Bremen for our fund with the conveniently located ‘Bremer Kreuz Logistics Campus’ and the immediate rental to an industrial company”, concludes Bodo Hollung, partner and managing director of LIP Invest.