Developer Panattoni Europe introduced in Ostrov in the region Karlovy Vary new industrial zone Ostrov-North. In the former machinery factory Skoda will grow two halls, one of them will be an area of over 100,000 square meters compete as largest industrial buildings in the Czech Republic. Thanks foreseen investments created in the region Karlovy Vary to 500 new jobs. Another benefit of the project is that there is a large brownfield in the territory, and thus dispenses entirely without occupation of farmland. Construction of the industrial zone should begin next year. In 2018, should become producing the first investor.
City Ostrov offers cutting-edge industrial area close to Germany and with good transport links to the motorway D6 and German motorway network. The biggest attraction for investors is a unique opportunity to build a large hall of regular shape with an area of 102,000 square meters. The developer, however, if necessary, is willing to divide the building for multiple users according to their specifications and requirements. The second hall by the project reaches the size of nearly 20,000 square meters. Overall, therefore, we will have nearly 125,000 square meters of rentable space. In the area developer also set aside land for a bike trail, which reconstruct and transmit to the use and administration of the city Ostrov.
"I am very pleased that the developer Panattoni Europe, which stands for the successful development of the industrial zone in Cheb, chosen for its activities Ostrov in the region Karlovy Vary. I believe that Panattoni will soon be able to find suitable investors who offer residents enough quality and above well-paid jobs, "said Governor of the region Karlovy Vary Jana Vildumetzová.
"The reason that Panattoni Europe for its developer aim chose the former premises of Škoda - Ostrov, has two advantages. First, it is a brownfield site, a disused environment and, secondly, we will succeed in locality where naturally build on fifty years of engineering tradition. At the beginning of the millennium, trolleybuses produced here, "said Mayor of Ostrov Pavel Čekan.
"With a bit of exaggeration, one can say that in the Czech Republic we become specialists on „Ostrov“. In Ostrov u Stříbro in the region Tachov we have built one of the most successful industrial parks in the country, next year to further extend existing clients. Ostrov-North has already created its unique location and solution building interest of large users of industrial space, with which we are dealing with conditions of cooperation. We believe that the first user will be declassified in the first quarter of 2017. This will be the companies that already operate in the Czech Republic, "said Pavel Sovička, Managing Director of Panattoni Europe in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The new industrial park is located at the exit of the expressway 13 / E442, which connects Karlovy Vary, Chomutov, Most and Teplice and provides a convenient connection to the highway D6 and German motorway network. In addition, thanks to the good location and historical development in the area will have its operation minimal impact on the city Ostrov and environment in its surroundings.
Developer Panattoni Europe thrive in the region of Karlovy Vary. Cheb industrial zone, also thanks to the Panattoni, became the fastest growing industrial park in the Czech Republic. Developer managed to bring in the locality three major international investors during one year: a manufacturer of automotive components BWI Group, a logistics company DHL and popular online retailer Tchibo. With these achievements, Panattoni Europe has won several awards.