Verdion Launches New Copenhagen Logistics Development

Denmark Denmark British Verdion has launched a new development opportunity near Copenhagen, increasing its portfolio in the ├śresund region and bringing much-needed warehouse space to the local market.

2019-02-13

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Verdion Logistics Park Greve offers up to 30,000 sq m of flexible warehouse accommodation to lease or own, which can be subdivided into smaller units if needed. Road infrastructure, utilities and zoning are already in place.

The site is located on Ventrupvej at the centre of the Greve logistics and business park, adjacent to the E20 motorway and within easy reach of Copenhagen city centre, harbour and airport. Occupiers will join nearby companies including DHL, LEMAN, Movianto, who have already chosen to locate to adjacent sites.

John Clements, European Development Director, comments: “Greve is one of the most attractive logistics locations in Denmark, sitting on the main corridor between Germany and Sweden, close to Copenhagen and the Øresund Bridge.

“At the moment vacancy rates and available land around the city are low and the number of opportunities for this kind of space close to Copenhagen is rare.

“We are therefore putting forward a very flexible opportunity that could suit a number of different businesses. The site has potential for up to 30,000 sq m of new logistics space overall and could easily accommodate built-to-suit requirements in one or more buildings.”

CBRE are the leasing agents for Verdion Logistics Park Greve.

Verdion is also promoting new logistics space at its Verdion iPark Copenhagen in Allerød Kommune, 20 minutes to the north of Central Copenhagen and close to North Zeeland’s pharmaceutical industries. A total of 26,000 sq m of warehouse accommodation including office space is available to lease, with the potential to subdivide units if required. New occupiers will join DHL, which has taken a new 12,000 sq m state-of-the-art facility to support its contract with one of the world’s largest healthcare companies. Andersen Erhverv is the leasing agent.




Axel Ohlsson
axel@nordicpropertynews.com




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