20,400 sqm will be delivered soon, and the developers Global Vision and Globalworth say that they are in advanced discussions for renting and warehousing with more operators in Constanța area.
“Although we went through a difficult period, in which there were some difficulties regarding the supply of materials and equipment produced abroad, through a daily monitoring, our teams managed to maintain the pace of execution as planned. We have taken all protection and prevention measures and we have been able to maintain the work pace expected before the onset of the crisis generated by COVID-19. At this moment, the building envelope is fully completed, as well as: the interior floor, the indoor / outdoor fire limiting and extinguishing installations, the rainwater installations, the electrical lighting / power installations and we are in the process of building the roads and platforms within the park, of the annexed spaces and of the connections to the utilities”, said Mihaela Domuța, Senior Project Manager Global Vision.
The business park developed by Global Vision in association with Globalworth is located in the immediate vicinity of the Port of Constanța, on the trajectory of the Pan-European Corridor IV and will be the largest business pole in southeastern Romania, when it will be fully built in 2024.
The project is developed on a land with an extremely generous surface, of 100Ha, bordered by the national road that connects Constanța with Mangalia, just a few hundred meters from the intersection with the A4 motorway.
Global Vision started the development of Constanța Business Park last year, in November. The 20,400 sq m industrial unit that will be delivered in the coming months is only the first in the extended development plan. The project allows the construction of up to 8-10 such units that could amount to an area of over 200,000 sqm only for logistics-industrial function.
“In November, last year, we started the development of Constanta Business Park, a large-scale project near the Port of Constanța. We are Globalworth's partners in this project, which contains not only the logistics component, but also a series of complementary functions. It is an ambitious, urban regeneration project. The location is excellent, strategic: at the eastern end of the pan-European corridor, near the port, adjacent to the railway, which makes us include in the development plans the direct connection with the railway infrastructure", adds Mihaela Domuța.
The logistics-industrial function will be completed with an intermodal terminal connected to the railway adjacent to the property, but in plan 1, respectively the access area in the immediate vicinity of the national road, Global Vision representatives say it completes a complex retail project with DIY, supermarket, sports retail and strip mall gallery or drive-in restaurant.
The development will also have office and hospitality components, structured in an office park concept with landscaped green areas and above-ground parking lots. At the same time, the project involves the development of additional infrastructure works. The main access to the business park will be made from the national road DN 39, through a roundabout that will make the connection with the road artery.
About Global Vision
Founded in 2004, Global Vision develops, designs, builds and manages real estate projects for private and institutional investors in Romania and CEE. The company also has its own portfolio of properties consisting of office buildings, residential and industrial projects. With a team of over 200 real estate specialists, Global Vision's operations are structured in three interconnected divisions of expertise, namely: property development, construction and civil engineering and property management.
At the moment, Global Vision is developing logistics and industrial parks in Chitila - in association with Globalworth -, Otopeni, Oradea, Arad and Timișoara.
More information about Global Vision can be found on www.globalvision.ro. (source: Global Vision)