Newcastle based Industrial property specialists HTA Real Estate have been appointed to market four high specification warehouses/industrial units to be built at Turbine Business Park, a 43-acre business park which is already home to automotive firm Vantec’s 422,000 sq ft warehouse facility.
A total of 168,000sq ft of space will be created on an 8.6-acre site, in units measuring 20,000sq ft, 29,000sq ft, 50,750sq ft and 68,250sq ft, at the junction of the A19 and A1231 Sunderland Highway.
The industrial agency team at HTA Real Estate have been appointed by Copley Point Capital to market the four high specification warehouses with a view to securing occupiers for the units.
Construction started on the 29th November and the units are set for completion in September 2022. The units are to a high specification with up to 10m minimum eaves height, secure yards and a good level of offices and dock and level access doors.
The units will have a BREEAM rating of very good and an EPC rating of A, providing typical energy savings of around 70% compared to a similar building from the 1980s or 1990s.
Simon Hill a director at HTA Real Estate commented "Turbine Business Park’s position and recent investment announcements, including Nissan and Envision AESC's £1bn plan to produce a new generation of electric cars alongside a new gigafactory to produce its batteries, make it an ideal choice for a potential tenant".