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A new, ultra - modern logistics park with an ideal location

Modesta Real Estate advises Mountpark on the acquisition of a 30 ha development site in Bratislava.

Credit: Mountpark LogisticsCredit: Mountpark Logistics

Vienna / Bratislava - Modesta Real Estate was able to support Mountpark Logistics, a leading developer of logistics real estate, in the purchase of a 30 ha development site for logistics purposes. The development of the logistics park is scheduled to begin in 2020 and will provide up to 120,000 sqm of ultra-modern logistics space.

"Mountpark Bratislava" is located directly on the new motorway exit D1 Triblavina Bratislava. With its excellent connections to the city centre of Bratislava and Bratislava International Airport, along with to Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic, the logistics site is an ideal location.

Slovakia, especially the Bratislava area, has been in high demand as a logistics location for more than a decade, due in part to its excellent geographical location within Central Europe.

The property acquired by Mountpark is one of the last strategic development sites of this size adjacent to Bratislava,

Sebastian Scheufele, SIOR about the off-market transaction he conducted.

About Mountpark Logistics

Mountpark Logistics EU Sarl is a Joint Venture between USAA Realco-Europe Holdco, BV, the Dutch subsidiary of USAA Real Estate and Mountpark Finco Sarl (Mountpark). The Venture has been established to develop logistics facilities across Europe, with particular focus on the UK and Western and Central European markets.

CONTACT:

Modesta Real Estate
MG Real Estate GmbH
Sebastian Scheufele, SIOR
Managing Partner
Dr. Karl-Lueger-Platz 5
1010 Wien
phone: +43 1 513 29 39 – 22
fax: +43 1 513 29 39 – 14
email: scheufele@modesta.at
website: www.modesta.at

Modesta Real Estate
MG Real Estate GmbH
Bianca Isak, B.A.
Media & Research
Dr. Karl-Lueger-Platz 5
1010 Wien
phone: +43 1 513 29 39 – 12
fax: +43 1 513 29 39 – 14
email: isak@modesta.at
website: www.modesta.at

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