In April of this year, Panattoni was able to report the successful acquisition of a site in Könnern Saxony-Anhalt. Now, the leading project developer has acquired another site in close cooperation with the municipality. Thus, Panattoni is contributing toward the future-proof development of Könnern.
The project manager, Panattoni, is planning another expansion on the nearly 258,387 m² property adjacent to the first project site for the Panattoni Park Halle (Saale) Nord in Könnern Saxony-Anhalt. The total surface area of the contiguous Panattoni Park Halle (Saale) Nord commercial complex will then measure approx. 581,000 m². The project expansion includes three halls with a total surface area of 117,581 m². The three halls are divided into 15 units, each with a surface area of 4,350 m² to 9,150 m². The largest hall offers a contiguous hall surface area of approx. 71,000 m². There are also 6,600 m² of office space and 7,800 m² of mezzanine space. The property is particularly suitable for companies from the automotive, warehousing, eCommerce and trade sectors.
With the planned expansion of the already acquired property, Panattoni is strengthening the region’s infrastructure and continuing the development of modern and sustainable commercial properties with a focus on a high degree of flexibility and third-party usability. “The expansion of the Panattoni Park will result in economic growth in Könnern,” says Mayor Martin Zbyszewski (SPD). “The central location in relation to the logistics regions of Magdeburg and Leipzig and the immediate proximity to the A14 federal motorway are attractive features for companies.
The project developer is aiming to obtain certification according to the DGNB Gold Standard for both facilities erected within the scope of the overall project. Particular focus will be placed on the generation of renewable energies and sparing use thereof. Therefore, the installation of a photovoltaics system and smart metering system is planned. A heat pump will contribute toward fossil fuel-free heating and rainwater use will contribute toward the sparing use of water. In addition, skylark plots and deciduous trees will act as compensatory areas.
“The collaboration with the municipality was very productive. All of our inquiries were answered within a very short time by the competent authorities. The collaboration with the sellers was also extremely constructive. This is, not least, due to the excellent collaboration during the first project segment for the Panattoni Park Halle (Saale) Nord,” says Fred-Markus Bohne, Managing Partner at Panattoni Germany and Austria.
Construction works for the project expansion of the Panattoni Park Halle (Saale) Nord is slated to start in February 2025. The completion of the third hall is determined for June 2026.
The real estate consultant BNP is responsible for the marketing for the plots.