The aim is to construct a modern and environmentally friendly logistics property with approx. 23,000 sqm of lettable space on a plot of land measuring approx. 40,000 sqm. The project is being developed in line with the joint venture’s ambitious sustainability goals. Completion of the property is scheduled for Q1 2026. The property will be located at Heidestrasse 18 in the centre of the established Meckenheim industrial area. There is a direct motorway connection to the Netherlands, Belgium and southern Germany.

“The town of Meckenheim welcomes the swift sale of the property as part of the Weck company’s insolvency proceedings,” explains Mayor Holger Jung. “This ensures that there will be a positive development here in the Kottenforst Industrial Park and that the valuable industrial space will be used appropriately again. The new property can be an opportunity for expanding Meckenheim companies, but also for new companies from outside, to rent modern production and logistics space, which we cannot offer in this form in the new Unternehmerpark Kottenforst industrial estate.”


The property originates from the insolvency of J. Weck GmbH u. Co. KG, which is being managed by the insolvency administrator Thilo Braun of the law firm Nehring, Braun und Sozien. On the seller’s side, Wintergerst Societät für Unternehmer-Beratung, BNP Paribas Real Estate and CMS Hasche Sigle supported the sales process. The joint venture was advised in particular by Dentons Europe under the leadership of Sabine Wieduwilt.


Logicenters and Evolutiq will act as developer and asset manager for the joint venture partners. Prospective tenants are currently being sought for the property. BNP Paribas Real Estate Cologne is managing the letting process as lead broker, contact person is Fabian Kubicka.