8 April 2019 | News
Montea and SADC recently signed a purchase agreement for a 21,521 m2 plot at Schiphol Logistics Park in Rozenburg. A warehouse will be built on 12,076 m2 of the land. The undeveloped area (9,436 m2) will be used for truck parking. The building is being designed by Pauwert Architectuur.
This is Montea’s second development at Schiphol Logistics Park. Montea’s logistics centre (1.5 hectares) is fully operational and home to the tenants Thomsen Select and Milestone Logistics. The new building has high sustainability ambitions. It will feature circular panels on the façade and solar panels will be installed. Additionally, the building will be gas-free.
Hylcke Okkinga, director Montea: “Schiphol Logistics Park is a very central location, not only due to its location next to Schiphol but also its proximity to the major cities. By developing a flexible, sustainable building with lots of parking space, we believe that this building will be suitable for many types of users.”
Arnoud van der Wijk, project manager SADC: “We are proud of this state-of-the-art design for Montea’s second development at Schiphol Logistics Park. It confirms our confidence in the logistics market around Schiphol.”
Schiphol Logistics Park is sold out
The plot purchased by Montea was the penultimate one available at Schiphol Logistics Park (which offered 50 hectares in total). The last available plot of 2.2 hectares has now been reserved. Logistics parties can still acquire land for new construction at the adjacent Schiphol Trade Park. In early 2019 the first plots there were issued to Necron and Delta Development/Volker Wessels. Necron is building an IntercityHotel with 200 rooms. Delta Development/Volker Wessels is constructing the Amsterdam Business Campus Square on a plot of five hectares.