Grade A Build-to-Suit logistics development,
ready within 9-12 months
9,445 - 94,107 sq m

BF33: 41,173 sq m
BF36: 52,934 sq m

Introducing CORE Temnitzpark, a superior Grade A logistics facility consisting of two sites: BF 33 amounting to 41,173 sq m and BF 36 amounting to 52,934 sq m. The site is situated within Temnitzpark, an established commercial park, just 700 metres to the A24 motorway junction, which connects Hamburg to Berlin.

Brought to you by CORE Parks, this unrivalled opportunity embodies the very best in class when it comes to sustainability, innovation and specification.

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Best in class design

Grade A logistics facility comprising two sites: BF 33 (41,173 sq m) and BF 36 (52,934 sq m).

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Best in class rating

Targeting BREEAM "Excellent" certification.

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Maximising capacity

12.2 m clear height and floor loading capacity of 60 kN/m2, with low-joint concrete floor slabs.

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Established location

Predominantly industrial surroundings with diverse occupiers and excellent access to the highway.

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Expansive areas

Up to 120 m building depths for a maximum flexibility of potential use.

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Unrivalled access

Located northwest of Berlin, just 0.7 to 1.5 kilometres from the A24 junction.

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Harmonious environment

With sustainability and wellbeing features at its core.

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Round-the-clock access

24/7 use.

Strategic by Design

Located northwest of Berlin, just 0.7 to 1.5 kilometres from the A24 junction. Berlin's A10 city ring is around 34 km to the southeast of the sites, reachable in 30 minutes by truck.

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CORE Temnitzpark is in the town of Neuruppin, home to approximately 100,000 inhabitants. Neuruppin is part of the greater Berlin/ Brandenburg region in the federal state of Brandenburg. Berlin’s A10 city ring is around 34 km to the southeast of the site and is reachable in around 30 minutes by truck.

CORE Temnitzpark is situated in Temnitzpark, an established commercial/industrial area to the west of Neuruppin’s town center.

It is in the direct vicinity of the A24/B167 junction, meaning it has direct access to the A24 motorway, connecting Berlin to Hamburg. The motorway junction is reachable within two minutes by truck, without any obstacles e.g. traffic leading through residential area. The surrounding of the industrial area is dominated by green fields and agricultural land. Public transportation is provided by a bus line, connecting the industrial area with the surrounding cities. Bus stops are located directly in front of both sites.

Region Map Drive Times Macro Map Micro Map & Demographics

As illustrated on the map, the Brandenburg region and more importantly the capital city Berlin, with its 3.6 million inhabitants, are entirely within a 100 km radius.

Taking the maximum driving radius per day of 500 km into account, the location could serve as a logistics hub covering most parts of Germany as well as neighbouring countries, including Poland, Czech Republic as well as parts of the Netherlands.

Drive Times (by car)

Location Distance Time
A24 Junction (Hamburg – Berlin) — From BF 36 0.7 km 1 min
A24 Junction (Hamburg – Berlin) — From BF 33 1.5 km 2 mins
Neuruppin 5 km 7 mins
A10 Berlin City Ring 30 km 21 mins
A19 (connecting Port city Rostock to A24) 33 km 19 mins
Berlin City Centre 75 km 1 hr 10 mins
A2 (main West-East Connection Oberhausen – Berlin) 81 km 51 mins
A9 (main North-South Connection Berlin – Munich) 89 km 55 mins
Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER) 103 km 1 hr 17 mins
Stettin (Poland) 196 km 2 hr
Hamburg 212 km 2 hr 12 mins
Leipzig (Germany) 230 km 2 hr 28 mins
Dresden (Germany) 265 km 3 hr
Düsseldorf 580 km 6 hr 9 mins
Frankfurt 590 km 6 hr 10 mins
Munich 623 km 6 hr 10 mins

Source: Google Maps

Ports (by car)

Location Distance Time
Rostock 165 km 1 hr 28 mins
Hamburg 218 km 2 hr 12 mins
Lubeck 229 km 2 hr 23 mins
Bremerhaven 385 km 3 hr 54 mins
Wilhelmshaven 427 km 4 hr 30 mins

Source: Google Maps

Freight Centres (by car)

Location Distance Time
Freight Centre Berlin West 46 km 33 mins
Freight Centre Wustermark 57 km 40 mins

Source: Google Maps

CORE Temnitzpark occupies a prime location, covering an area of ca. 550,000 inhabitants, of which 342,000 are of working age (15-65).

Many blue-collar workers from Neuruppin are currently employed in Berlin and are therefore faced with long daily commutes. CORE Temnitzpark is situated only 5 km away from Neuruppin. Further, both BF 33 and BF 36 have bus stops situated right outside the property, with bus lines connecting the sites to Neuruppin for easy accessibility.

Source: Federal Institute for Employment (as of 31.12.2020)

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Flexible by Design

BF33 and BF36 offer units available for single occupiers of up to 52,934 m2, individual modules from 9,445 m2 - 11,142 m2 and many combinations between. All with adjustable office and mezzanine content.

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Building permit existing

LOI
(expression of tenant's interest)

2 months customisation of building permit / construction preparation

Signing of lease agreement

12 months construction stage

Early access 3 months prior to overall completion of whole building

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12.2 m

Clear internal height

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60kN/m2

Floor loading

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38

Loading docks

(One loading dock per 1,000 sq m)

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35m

Yard depths

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8

Truck parking spaces

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138

Car parking spaces

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40

Cycle parking spaces

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800 kVA

Power

Timeline
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Building permit existing

LOI
(expression of tenant's interest)

2 months customisation of building permit / construction preparation

Signing of lease agreement

12 months construction stage

Early access 3 months prior to overall completion of whole building

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12.2 m

Clear internal height

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60kN/m2

Floor loading

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45

Loading docks

(One loading dock per 1,000 sq m)

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35m

Yard depths

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16

Truck parking spaces

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164

Car parking spaces

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50

Cycle parking spaces

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1,000 kVA

Power

Sustainable by Desgin

CORE Parks are designed to minimise the impact on the environment and contribute to building communities for a better future for all, providing state-of-the-art choices of energy saving and sustainable-development features.

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We strive to be recognised as much for our commitment to responsible business as for the quality of our commercial real estate developments and services.

Trammell Crow Company engages a holistic sustainability strategy at the front end of development, rather than reactively responding to new regulatory demands. This provides a substantial benefit to occupants of our buildings and facilitates stronger, more sustainable communities.

breeam Targeting BREEAM "Excellent" Shell and Core accreditation and EPC "A" ratings across our logistics development platform.
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CORE Temnitzpark
Sustainability
Features:

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Direct access to adjacent cycling and running trails

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Design and material selections underpinned by Carbon Footprint analysis

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Multi-modal EV charging

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Sustainable storage and discharging of rainwater. Water conservation appliances

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Cycle, scooter, motorbike shelters and shower/changing facilities

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Gains in site-wide biodiversity and ecology

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Enhanced building envelope thermal performance

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Controlled, ultra-efficient LED lighting internally and externally

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Landscaped amenity and wellbeing areas

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Waste segregation and recycling facilities

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Energy and fuel monitoring and management systems

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Direct access to adjacent cycling and running trails

Environmental and
Sustainable-Development Solutions

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Maintenance-free green wall solutions enhancing biodiversity, visual impact and building insulation

Rainwater harvesting: Use for outdoor irrigation and grey water

Sustainable storage and discharging of rainwater providing diverse natural zones, ecological enhancement, and external wellbeing amenities

Maintenance-free green wall solutions enhancing biodiversity, visual impact and building insulation

Diverse natural zones providing new habitats for plants and animals

Low-carbon building analysis, utilising reduced-carbon materials, building envelope and constructions

Connection to public transport networks, cycleways, and walking paths

External wellbeing-areas: Designed recreation areas for employees with various outdoor activities

Fully controlled, ultra-efficient modern LED lighting systems internally and externally

Optional rooftop and ground-mounted PV installations; the building is structurally prepared for 100% PV-coverage

Performance glazing and shading systems

Energy and fuel monitoring and management systems, renewable energy production monitoring

Cycle, scooter, motorbike shelters (with PV or green roof options and charging facilities)

Internal employee recreational, sanitary and wellbeing spaces

Green roof areas for increased biodiversity and ecology benefits; alternative or in addition to rooftop PV installations green roofs can be provided

Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure for cars, lorries, bikes, scooters

Percolating external paving systems and infiltration ditches

Automatic loading doors with seals to increase thermal performance

Enhanced natural daylight to loading docks and marshalling areas through increased rooflights and facade lights; Reducing lighting energy and improving the operational environment

Enhanced thermal envelope performance with insulation factors exceeding regulations leading to reduced needs for heating or cooling; Reduced envelope permeability proved by air-leakage testing

Energy-efficient building heating and cooling systems (options for air-cooled or ground-source heat pumps)

The #1 developer in the USA has landed in Europe

Trammell Crow Company (TCC) is a leading commercial real estate developer and an independently operated subsidiary of CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBRE), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Dallas. Founded in 1948, TCC has developed or acquired nearly 2,900 buildings valued at $75 billion and over 655 million square feet. As of September 30, 2022, TCC had $19.5 billion of projects in process and $13.5 billion in its pipeline. It employs 700 professionals in 27 major cities throughout the United States and Europe. The company serves users of and investors in office, industrial/logistics, healthcare, life sciences and mixed-use projects, as well as multi-family residential through its operating subsidiary High Street Residential.

TCC European Logistics

Fully funded and backed by Trammell Crow Company US, the European Logistics team was established in 2021. The company now operates in nine European countries including the UK. Each Country Head has more than 20 years logistics experience in their respective country. Within the last 30 years, the team has developed over 80m square feet of industrial and logistics space across 12 European countries.

For more information please visit COREparks.com

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Get in touch

For more information please submit an enquiry, or contact the joint agents:

Mario Sander

Managing Director, Head of Germany & Austria Logistics
For German enquiries
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 35-37
60327 Frankfurt am Main

For Austrian enquiries
Donau-City-Straße 7, DC Tower
1220 Wien
msander@trammellcrow.com

Marc Daiß

Director Development
Hohe Bleichen 22
20354 Hamburg
mdaiss@trammellcrow.com
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