Flexible spaces for small and medium-sized enterprises in VGP Park České Budějovice

by   CIJ News iDesk III
2024-06-11   09:35
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European owner and developer of semi-industrial and logistics properties VGP started construction of Hall B at VGP Park České Budějovice, located on the outskirts of the South Bohemian metropolis in the Světlík commercial zone, this spring. The hall, with a total area of approximately 8,700 sqm, is designed to meet the needs of dynamic companies looking for small but quality warehouse and office space close to the city centre. The concept of "Small Business Units" is an ideal solution for smaller and medium-sized companies. VGP Park České Budějovice will provide them with a quick connection to the city centre as well as to Prague and neighbouring Austria via the D3 motorway. The expected completion date of the new hall is in the first quarter of 2025. Future tenants include companies such as Toyota Dolák, the largest Toyota sales and service partner in the country, sports nutrition retailer Fitness Trade and solar panel specialist Sun construct.

The multifunctional units are in great demand.

The new hall is designed to meet the needs of different types of businesses. It offers a mix of warehouse, production and office space with lease options from around 250 sqm. The premises are ideal for both wholesale and retail sales and can also be used as showrooms. Currently 4,869 m² is already leased, so the hall is already more than half occupied.

By offering smaller spaces for rent in its parks, VGP is supporting the local economy in particular. This makes it easier for even smaller companies to find a suitable location for their business.

Its architectural concept is based on the typology of a modern industrial hall, but shaped into the expression of a commercial building. The monotony of the dark metal façade is broken up by the abundant glazing, which brings plenty of daylight into the interior and richly illuminates both the commercial and warehouse spaces. Last but not least, the concrete pilasters reference the industrial roots, while the wooden façade slats and horizontal sunroofs underline the future with an emphasis on sustainability. The hall will be built to BREEAM Excellent green certification.

VGP Park České Budějovice is being built on a 37-hectare site with direct access to the D3 motorway. When completed, it will include 7 halls with a total lettable area of over 130,000 sqm. The development of the site includes the reconstruction of an existing cycle path and the revitalisation of the adjacent pond, which will help to promote biodiversity and water retention in the landscape. VGP has already completed two halls (C and D) in the park, which are fully used by the logistics company Dachser. Hall B is therefore the third property in this developing area.

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