CTPark Belgrade West fully leased to clients – Construction of largest logistics center in Serbia to start in February
CTPark Belgrade West
CTPark Belgrade West has reached 100% occupancy, after Emmezeta and Pheonix Pharma, SIKA have leased warehouse space.
CTP started the construction of CTPark Belgrade West In February 2019. In July 2019, the development of the second object in this park was completed and delivered additional 13,000m2 of warehouse space all within budget of approximately 5 million euros and in record time also delivering the most quality warehouse facility in Serbia. The project was managed by CTP’s experienced Project Manager – Laza Kovacevic. This delivery was added to the existing portfolio on this location in which CTP entered in 2017 with the 7 million euro purchase of Phoenix Logistic center adding 10,200 m2 to its international portfolio.
The new delivery was recognized in a very short period of time which is proved by the 100% occupancy rate covered by renown tenants – Pheonix Pharm, Emmezeta and Sika.
In 2020, the development of the largest industrial park in Serbia is to commence – CTPark Belgrade North. CTP purchased 15.3 ha land from IKEA in 2019 with the aim to further develop one of the largest industrial parks in Serbia. The land is located in Novi Banovci, immediately next to the A1 highway, strategically positioned between two of the biggest cities in Serbia, Novi Sad and Belgrade and only 20 km away from Belgrade city center and with excellent transport access internationally to Zagreb, Budapest and Timișoara.
CTPark Belgrade North
This large logistic – distribution center will comprise of three separate buildings, totaling over 70,000 m2 of modern, A-class industrial space. The whole park will be separated into 3 buildings (NBC1, NBC2 and NBC3). In February the construction of NBC 2 is to commence with the delivery and first tenant move in is planned for third quarter of 2020.
CTP’s country head for Serbia, Vlatko Djuricek, confirms CTPs plans for further developing in Serbia.
– We have strong intentions for further development int Serbia, especially for current ongoing projects in Kragujevac – CTPark Kragujevac, Novi Sad – CTPark Novi Sad and further development of CTPark Belgrade West in Simanovci, also with the start of the new year – 2020, we are proud to announce the start of construction for the largest industrial park in Serbia – CTPark Belgrade North, this large logistic – distribution center will comprise of three separate buildings, totaling over 70,000 m2 of modern, A-class industrial space. The whole park will be separated into 3 buildings (NBC1, NBC2 and NBC3). In February the construction of NBC 2 is to commence with the delivery and first tenant move in is planned for third quarter of 2020, all necessary permits are already acquired – Djuricek said.
As Djuricek points out, an especially attractive feature of the new CTPark is its location. The land where the industrial park is to be built is located in Novi Banovci, right next to the A1 highway.
– Our new center will be strategically positioned between the two biggest cities in Serbia – Belgrade and Novi Sad. The location next to the Novi Banovci intersection allows for simple access to highways, which is of great importance for future investors. Also, an important advantage is the great connection with Zagreb, Budapest and Timisoara – says Djuricek.
He also invited all domestic and international companies to cooperate with CTP.
– We offer premium Class A facilities on strategic positions to modern logistic companies, as well as all other clients. Additionally, since we operate in several countries and we have several industrial parks in each country, we offer flexibility in the case of an increase of the volume of our clients’ business and in the case of reductions – Vlatko Djuricek said.
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