Hamburg South Light Industrial Park

Hamburg South Light Industrial Park, Seevetal
Hamburg South Light Industrial Park

Postweg, 21218 Seevetal, Germany

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Property type: Logistics facility, Light industrial park
Available date: Available now

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The Hamburg South Light Industrial Park occupies an excellent strategic position just outside Hamburg and has direct connections to the A7 and A261 motorways and the port of Hamburg. The development of our sustainable and climate-friendly light industrial park took place in two construction phases on a site with a total size of approx. 65,000 m² in the municipality of Seevetal on the southern outskirts of the Hanseatic city. Overall construction is now completed and space is available to let with immediate effect. 
24-7 operations
Staff social areas
ESFR sprinklers
Hybrid car parking
Secure site access
Shuttle bus
  • Warehouse: approx. 4,900 m² GLA
  • Office and social space: approx. 355 m² GLA

Our project appeals to medium-sized companies wanting to combine office, production, warehouse and also a sales area under one roof. Products for import and export can be acquired and distributed within a short distance via the main route of the Port of Hamburg. 

With three dock levellers, fast loading and unloading of vans and trucks is possible. Additionally, for those serving local customers, “last mile delivery” is no longer wishful thinking, but rather reality! The Goodman-Seevetal-Park impresses with its excellent infrastructural connections both for the movement of goods and for all employees on site. During breaks, the well-known organic bakery Bahde and Bogenküche are within walking distance for breakfast and lunch. 

Well connected

The location is well-connected to the road infrastructure via the A1,A7 and A261 motorways. Important production sites for the automotive and aviation industries, such as the Mercedes plant (approx. 9 km / 15 min) and the Airbus plant (approx. 19 km / 30 min) are immediately nearby. The same applies to the Port of Hamburg with its shipbuilding industry (approx. 10 km / 20 minutes). The southern urban area of Hamburg (south of the Elbe) is closely intertwined with industry. The import of raw materials via the Port of Hamburg and their processing and finishing for the domestic market or export originally formed the basis for the development of production facilities in Hamburg and the metropolitan region.

Sustainable design in a class of its own

When designing our properties, we pay the utmost attention to sustainable construction with an attractive design.

  • Attractive façade and entrance gates
  • High-quality office equipment
  • Daylight domes
  • Window bands allowing natural light in the hall façade
  • LED lighting concept
  • Cosy break areas for maximum relaxation

Comprehensive approach to sustainability: GreenSpace+

GreenSpace+ is Goodman's sustainability concept that applies to all our properties, including the new Hamburg South Light Industrial Park development. 

Our motto: we take care of making our logistics properties green, so that our partners can focus on making them their own.

  • Fossil-free heating system across second construction segment
  • Energy-efficient heat pump system for heating and cooling
  • DGNB platinum certification
  • Efficient water management
  • LED Illumination
  • SMART Metering
  • PV system on the roof
  • EV charging for e-cars and bikes 
  • Rainwater cistern for watering the green areas
  • Planting concept suitable for species protection

GreenSpace+ includes a range of different measures that help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while the property is running. For example, energy is saved thanks to efficient LED lighting. A photovoltaic system on the roof harness solar energy, producing natural electricity for on-site consumption .

Furthermore, the property does not use gas radiators for heating, as is usually the case in the industry, but instead uses modern heat pump technology. Smart meters also help our customers to monitor their consumption, thereby reducing energy costs and conserving resources. Efficient water management is implemented by means of cisterns.

The site's urban location and excellent connections to the local public transport network, as well as the provision of covered bicycle parking, promote climate-friendly mobility for employees on site. Charging points for electric vehicles also contribute to greater sustainable accessibility of the site.
On account of these features, the Hamburg South Light Industrial Park is to be awarded the Platinum Certificate of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB).

We can safely say that our light industrial park in Seevetal is another expression of the Goodman philosophy. We create future-proof commercial spaces that help our partners make even their plans a reality – while minimising the impact on our environment. To put it another way: "Making space for greatness"!