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Goodman to meet rising demand with 35,800 sqm industrial park in Seevetal/Hamburg

Tuesday, 12 October 2021

Goodman has broken ground on a 35,800 sqm light industrial development in Seevetal, south of Hamburg, to meet rising demand for high-quality warehouse and distribution space in the area.



Seevetal Industrial Park will be delivered by Goodman in two phases, with the first phase available for customer occupation from summer 2022. With work now underway, phase one will comprise a range of 2,000 – 20,000 sqm high-specification warehouse units, alongside flexible mezzanine and office space from 300 – 1,000 sqm. With Seevetal already home to vibrant industries such as aviation and automotive, with Mercedes and Airbus based in the area, the Park is ideally placed to serve e-commerce and logistics businesses. 

Situated directly on the border of Hamburg, customers will benefit from the Park’s strategic location, placing 4.8 million consumers with a combined purchasing power of €96.1 billion* within a 60-minute drive time. Seevetal and Hamburg are easily accessed via the A7, A1 and A 261 freeways, with the Port of Hamburg and Hamburg Airport nearby and strong public transport links.

Accessibility and wellbeing have led the design of the Park, ensuring disabled entry and exit through an elevator in the office building and barrier-free access, while a near-site bakery, bistro and 186 car parking spaces, offer amenities for customers’ employees.


Markus Meyer, Head of Northern Germany at Goodman, said:


“Our plans for Seevetal Industrial Park reflect Goodman’s global strategy and focus on delivering prime warehouse and distribution space in major urban markets, helping our customers get closer to their consumers while our buildings drive operational efficiencies and sustainability benefits."

Seevetal Industrial Park will be highly sustainable, with features including roof-mounted solar photovoltaics (PV), office heating through air source heat pumps, rainwater harvesting, infrastructure for electric vehicles, smart energy metering and a focus on biodiversity, from the design to the landscaping and greenery.

Meyer continued:

“Goodman’s ambition is to assist our customers achieve carbon neutrality, while supporting the wellbeing of their workforce. Seevetal Industrial Park will meet these needs, ensuring that the facilities that we build are fit for purpose now and in the future.”

Additional features at Seevetal Industrial Park include up to 10m clear height, 41 dock doors, a steel fibre concrete base with 5.0 t/sqm surface load and a warehouse mezzanine with 500 kg/sqm area load, all offering flexibility and support to a wide variety of business operations.


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