CTP Germany, the developer, owner and manager of the industrial and logistics space, has started developing its first new construction project in Germany. CTP has acquired a brownfield site with over 59,600 sqm to the southeast of Bremen. The site was formerly a municipal landfill, so intensive demolition and processing work will first be carried out before construction work begins.
The property is located directly at the A27/A1 freeway intersection and therefore provides potential occupiers with quick transport links to Bremen city centre, the northeast, and the west of Germany. As a result, the property is set to serve as an attractive hub for businesses requiring transport and logistics space.
Sustainable features that will help tenants operate sustainably, include a photovoltaic system on the building’s roof, providing onsite energy for occupiers. Modern air source heat pumps will also heat the building and ensure it does not depend on fossil fuels for any of its energy. These measures mean the building is likely to achieve the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), Gold certification.
Timo Hielscher, Managing Director West of CTP Germany, is pleased with the start of the development in Bremen: “In Bremen, our team is currently developing the first new building for CTP in Germany – a milestone with great significance. We are confident that we are providing our future tenants with a logistics property that will fully meet their needs in terms of connectivity, amenities and sustainability.”
For CTP, the revitalization of brownfield sites is a tried-and-tested means of counteracting the ongoing sealing of land and at the same time provides urgently needed space for production, industry, logistics and trade.
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