The real estate consulting firm Estrada & Partners has just received the assignment of commercialization in exclusivity of the Logistics Park property of Inbisa Logistics, built in Bràfim I Logistics Platform, located in Bràfim Alió, Barcelona area (Spain).
This is a logistics park with a total floor area of 21,390 m2, of which -at the present- are available 15,700 m2, with minimum lettable modulations from 1,400 m2.
The logistics warehouses have a clear height of 10 meters, 37 hydraulic loading and unloading docks on the main façade, a 32 meters maneuvering area, fire protection system –including Sprinklers- and 216 parking spaces, among other features.
The logistics warehouses are located in Bràfim I Logistics Platform, an excellent position for the development of any business project focused on the distribution of goods to the Iberian Peninsula, thanks to its excellent connections with Spain and Europe through important motorways (AP-2, AP-7, AP-2 and C-32) that also link the platform to the airports and ports both of Tarragona and Barcelona.
The extended information about this product can be consulted at: http://estradapartners.com/naves-industriales-tarragona/ or contacting by phone: (+34) 93 215 16 50.
ESTRADA & PARTNERS is a real estate consulting firm specialized and leader in logistics and industrial sectors, as well as in investment, where it provides services of Brokerage, Asset Management, Asset Valuation, Consultancy and Land. During 2012, Estrada & Partners has advised logistics operations comprising 125,000 m2. These include, the leasing of a 32,000 m2 logistics warehouse to Alindocks, 25,000 m2 leased to Michelin, 15,000 m2 leased to Idiada and 10,000 m2 leased to DHL. At the moment, Estrada & Partners is commercializing in exclusivity or co-exclusivity the logistics parks –comprising 133.550 m2– located in El Prat de Llobregat, Sant Esteve Sesrovires, Sant Fruitós de Bages, Constantí (Tarragona) and El Plà de Santa Maria, owned by AXA Real Estate, Goodman, Invesco and Emesa, as well as the facilities that were occupied by Piaggio in Martorelles.