Delin Capital Asset Management secures new tenants at Amsterdam Park
Delin Capital Asset Management (Delin), a European logistics investor, asset manager and developer, has secured new tenants as its recently completed building DC01, Amsterdam Park, located on the Conakryweg in the Port of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The logistics complex, comprising circa 20,000 sq m has four modules of approximately 5,000 sq m each, including mezzanine and offices. Trucks and employee traffic have completely separate entrances and exits through the innovative parking deck, which offers space for 64 cars and also gives employees safe access to the office and warehouse.
Upon completion, at the end of last week, tenants were officially granted access to the warehouse and offices. This completes the final phase of this development and the building is now being fitted out.
Nippon Express, a global logistics service provider, has moved into the corner module, e-commerce company Coolblue is preparing module two for service and the fourth unit has been let to Kintetsu World Express (KWE), a global logistics service provider. The remaining unit, module three, is still available to let.
The expansion of Delin's Amsterdam Park, located in Atlas Park in the Port of Amsterdam is also gathering good momentum. In addition to the delivery of DC01 to its tenants, the first piling has now begun for the development of a 6,500 sq m last-mile depot which Delin is developing for GLS.
Atlas Park and Delin's Amsterdam Park are well located for both national and international distribution activities. Amsterdam is one of the most important European gateways for international freight transport and offers transhipment between sea, road, air and rail routes. Easy access to the A5 motorway connects the site with Schiphol Airport in a journey of about 10 minutes.
Delin was advised on the lettings by Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE.