VolkerWessels Logistics Development and Delta Development buy a 5,8-hectare plot.

06-09-2021

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VolkerWessels Logistics Development and Delta Development have jointly purchased approximately 58,000 m² of land at Schiphol Trade Park in Hoofddorp to develop Hello World. This project is the follow-up to their successful and fully leased development 'ABC Square' on the same site. Hello World is a comprehensive business space solution for logistics, production, wholesale and last-mile activities of approximately 45,000 m² divided over eight linkable units that will be realised in two phases.


VolkerWessels company Systabo started construction just before the construction period. Phase 1, consisting of four units, will be completed in mid-2022. Van Gool Elburg real estate specialists and Cushman & Wakefield will take care of the leasing. 


Sustainable and multifunctional construction

The building is designed sustainably and nature-inclusively with green areas and green facades based on an ecological plan and according to the cradle-to-cradle® philosophy with recyclable components and materials. The project will be BREEAM-Excellent certified, and the roof will be equipped with solar panels to generate renewable energy. The eight units to be built offer high-quality business space for production, storage, maintenance and logistics activities. At the front, there is a connection to the office, showroom or reception and service area. Each unit has loading docks and an overhead door at ground level. The parking area at the back will also be equipped with a canopy with solar panels for additional green energy generation. This will not only generate sustainable energy for the building and its users but also for use in the area.


Schiphol Trade Park

Schiphol Trade Park, a development by SADC, is a 350-hectare site located next to the Hoofddorp train station and near exit 3a Hoofddorp Zuid/Schiphol on the A4 highway. The area's development includes high ambitions in terms of innovation, sustainability and BREEAM certification for area development. The ambition is to become the most sustainable and innovative industrial estate in Europe. The area design includes the use of green energy, the recycling of raw materials and sustainable water management.