Berlin Airports exhibit at the MIPIM 2008 commercial property trade show in Cannes

Great interest in the development sites at the future capital airport BBI
Berlin Airports will again be attending the commercial property trade show MIPIM, which takes place in Cannes from 11th to 14th March 2008. The central focus of Berlin Airports’ marketing activities will be on two highly attractive development sites at the new airport: the BBI Airport City and the BBI Business Park Berlin. Both sites offer optimum development potential, making them highly appealing for prospective investors and users of the new BBI capital airport.

Situated in an exclusive location, directly opposite the central terminal, the BBI Airport City is destined to become one of the most advanced service and office complexes in the entire region. The 16-hectare development comprises a number of variable plots, enabling investors to plan buildings with six or seven storeys for modern shops, restaurants, bars, car parks and spacious offices, a hotel complex and conference facilities around a central plaza. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2009/2010.

On the north-east perimeter of the airport Berlin Airports is planning the city’s largest business and industrial park – the BBI Business Park Berlin. This generously landscaped 109-hectare area offers customised, consolidated plots with roads and full access to public services. The project is ideal for a broad range of different businesses - from start-ups to back offices, from regional distribution centres to producers with global operations. The first development section is scheduled for completion in 2009.

Site marketing activities for the Business Park plots have been very successful. The British business park operator SEGRO recently bought 37.9 hectares and ANH Hausbesitz GmbH & Co. KG, which is based in the Sauerland region of Germany, purchased 1.7 hectares at the beginning of the year.

Spokesman Lars Wagner

Lars Wagner Head of the Press Office / Spokesman
Berlin Brandenburg Airport

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