Sites at the BBI Business Park Berlin continue to sell rapidly04.02.2008
Thomas Weyer, Director of BBI/Technology at Berlin Airports, stated: “The BBI Business Park Berlin, located right next to the new airport, is fast becoming one of the top investment sites in the region. ANH’s involvement in this exciting new development, with their purchase of one of the prime sites right in the entry area of the Business Park, has added greatly to the project’s appeal.”
Commenting on the purchase, Uwe Kröber, Managing Director of ANH Hausbesitz GmbH & Co.KG, stated: “The BBI Business Park Berlin is a very promising development, which is why it was important for us to become involved now. We are presently conducting negotiations with prospective users.”
ANH Hausbesitz GmbH & Co.KG is a medium-sized enterprise based in Arnsberg in the Sauerland region of Germany. ANH’s core business is developing commercial real estate; the company has a large property portfolio.
The BBI Business Park Berlin is the city’s largest single business park; it is located right next to the new capital city airport and has excellent road and rail connections. The spaciously planned development will feature extensive green spaces; it comprises customised, fully developed sites for all types of businesses – from start-ups to back offices, from regional distribution centres to multinational manufacturers. Construction work for the BBI Business Park starts in mid-2008 and the first section is scheduled for completion in 2009.
Berlin Airports’ second major development project at the new airport is the BBI Airport City, an exciting complex of retail outlets and offices located directly opposite the BBI terminal. Passengers and visitors to the new airport will be able to stroll around the numerous stores, cafes, bars and restaurants; there will be several conference centres for business meetings as well as a large car park. The 16-hectare site will be divided up into variable plots for investors to build 6-7 storey buildings around a central plaza. Construction work is due to start here in 2009/2010.