WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos Expands in “Build to Suit” System

WDP Stefanestii de Jos

One of the best received by the market industrial parks in Romania is WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos, which came to have all the halls built occupied, in only two years from the start of the works. The upper class A logistics project, located near Bucharest, is being developed in two stages: WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos 1, which covers an area of ​​11 hectares (100% completed and occupied) and WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos 2, which runs on a total area of ​​44 hectares, where you can build on request in the build to suit system. In total, the leasable area of ​​industrial spaces in this park will reach approximately 200,000 square meters.

The tenants of the logistics park include Carrefour, Auchan, Mega Image, Decathlon, and Alcar.

 

“WDP has opened the newest industrial pole in Bucharest in the North East area, Ștefăneștii de Jos, the current spaces being 100% occupied. However, there is the possibility to build over 20,000 sqm in the build to suit system for those who wish. The buildings developed in WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos are class A, authorized by ISU, with a free height of at least 10 meters”, says Alexandru Petrescu, Managing Partner of ESOP Consulting.

 

WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos 2 has a total built area of ​​99,410 sqm, a generous parking lot, and interior roads with a total area of ​​87,800 sqm, green spaces of over 90,000 sqm (a percentage of 21.8% of the total land area). The industrial park is guarded and has an access barrier.

Contracts for rent in build to suit system are possible, starting with areas from 5,000 sqm.

The location is in the northeastern part of Bucharest, near the Ring Road, near the A3 highway, in the commune of Ștefăneștii de Jos, Ilfov County. The rapid development of the WDP industrial park has raised this area to the second industrial pole’s rank in importance around the Capital.

More technical details about the industrial spaces in our offer WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos.

 

Within the WDP network, logistics spaces can be rented throughout the country, in cities such as Ploiești, Codlea-Brașov, Sibiu, Brăila, Râmnicu Vâlcea, Apahida – Cluj, Constanța, Timișoara.

The future industrial spaces in these logistics parks will be built to the high standards of green EDGE certification, which guarantees that they are sustainable buildings with low energy and water consumption, having available in this regard green financing from IFC, the investment division of the World Bank.

 

If you would like more information about the warehouses for rent in WDP Ștefăneștii de Jos, please contact the ESOP team by filling this brief form, or by phone (+4) 0723.26.61.97 or (+4) 021.528.04.40. We’ll promptly answer your inquiry!


Maria Neda

PR & Media Coordinator, PR & Media Consultant, with background as a journalist in the economic press and experience as a consultant in Urban Development.

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