Lease

Panattoni Park Cheb South - lease of warehouse and production space

ChebOffer No. MM-0425

Price on Request

Available

BuildingAreaHeightAvailability
C42,800–5,616 sq. m.10 mImmediate
C33,000–5,692 sq. m.10 mImmediate
A - Phase 23,000–11,036 sq. m.10 mImmediate
C13,000–5,690 sq. m.10 m6–12 months
C23,000–5,621 sq. m.10 m6–12 months

On the basis of direct assignment of the owner (you do not pay commission) we offer premises suitable for storage or light production in the newly built industrial park Cheb South. It is perfectly surrounded by important industrial centres in Saxony and Bavaria, which form one of the most important areas of German industry, especially the car industry   Available Building B - 11,000 m2 - Smallest divisible unit from 2,500 m2 - Available immediately   Building C - 22 620 m2 - smallest divisible unit from 2 500 m2 - 11 310 available immediately - 11 310 m2 has planning permission    Specifications - Dust-free floors with a load capacity of 5t/m2 - column grid 12x24 m - clear height of the premises 12 m - hydraulic bridges and direct entrances - offices, sanitary facilities or showroom according to client's requirements - sufficient handling and parking areas at the building - sprinklers - LED lighting - the photo is partly illustrative - the complex is under construction   Location - Excellent transport accessibility is provided by the A93/A9/A4/A72 motorways to Regensburg, Munich, Leipzig and    Chemnitz. The European rail corridor from Prague to Nuremberg also passes through here. Connections to the adjacent    border areas of Germany (Selb, Hof) with the Czech regions of Cheb and Sokolov is provided by a local railway    line. - bus stop directly at the premises

Additional Information

Location
Cheb
Suitable for
For Production, For Warehouse
Park Area
87,614 sq. m.

Specifications

Standard
A (Logistics), A (Plus)
Height
10–12 m
Load Capacity
5 t/sq. m.
Access
Direct Access, Ramp / Bridge

About the Region

Karlovy Vary region

Karlovy Vary region, geographically on the borders between Bohemia, Bavaria and Saxony is now facing the challenges of transforming its energy sector that heavily depends on coal to environmentaly friendly alternatives. Because of the significant coal related boom, it has one of the key stocks of brownfields suitable for industrial development within the Czech Republic. One of the most recent successful business cases is construction of BMW Group development centre in Sokolov at a site of former mining operations. Besides, the regions is well known for its glass, ceramics, porcelain and other non-metal mineral products manufacturing tradition.
Number of Industrial Parks
10
Total Area
206,842 sq. m.
Under Construction
165,324 sq. m.
Future Construction
185,217 sq. m.
Available Spaces for Lease
90,086 sq. m.

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