Goodman plans major new development of up to 33,000 sq m in Regiopark Mönchengladbach

Goodman Group has announced that its global operations have achieved carbon neutrality, four years ahead of its original 2025 target.

Goodman is expanding its portfolio in the Regiopark Mönchengladbach, Germany, with a new plot of land covering around 60,000 sq m overall. The plan is to construct a logistics property of about 33,000 sq m, which can be divided into three units of around 10,000 sq m for customers looking to base themselves there.

Situated south of Mönchengladbach, the location is strategically placed for logistics companies: covering some 60,000 sq m, the site is two kilometres away from the A61 with parking for cars and trucks and it comes with unrestricted 24-hour access. Mönchengladbach’s also has airport connections with Düsseldorf and Cologne/Bonn airports less than 65km away.

The development zone in the Regiopark is completely sold out now that Goodman has purchased the logistics site. In the logistics zone, 5,000 jobs have been created for the Mönchengladbach area with a total area of around 120 hectares.

Speaking about Regiopark, Christof Prange, Head of Business Development at Goodman in Germany, said: “It not only boasts excellent transport links to the Benelux countries, but also to the supra-regional road network as it is directly located on the A61 and east-to-west motorway routes. Goodman has already developed 412,500 sq m of prime logistics space for customers in Monchengladbach including Esprit and Zalando, so when the opportunity arose to purchase more land in this strategic area, we jumped at the chance.”

Source: Goodman