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Description

Illescas Green Logistics Park is a logistics complex located in Illescas, in the province of Toledo. It comprises six plots of land with a total area of 472,877 sqm, to develop sustainable logistics projects designed to achieve maximum efficiency, strong growth potential and a fully customisable set of specifications and layouts to meet every client need.

Location and access

The project is part of the second development phase of the Multimodal Central Iberum Platform, the first eco-industrial park of its kind in Spain. 

It is superbly located just 36 km from Madrid’s city centre, making this a unique central location like no other. Alongside the development of a new dry port within the park, this site will serve as a strategic logistics hub for regional, national, and Europe-wide distribution.

The park can be reached directly via the A-42 motorway, which links it to Spain’s primary road network via the La Sagra motorway (CM-41), which is directly connected to the A-5 (Extremadura and Lisbon) and the A-4 (Valencia and Andalusia).

Layout plots

Illescas Green Logistics Park comprises plots ranging from 29,813 sqm to 179,050 sqm, with buildable areas from 15,000 sqm to 120,000 sqm. Logistics platforms are customisable to every need.

There are currently 5 plots available.

PLOTSURFACE SQMWAREHOUSE SQMOFFICES SQM
M-0129,81317,784990
M-02B43,86627,2801,200
M-06179,050107,4305,372
M-09A43,27524,616994
M-09B49,13227,938933

Specifications

Rooftop photovoltaic installation

BREEAM Very Good certified infrastructure works and potential to qualify for other well-being certificates (WELL)

LED lighting throughout the warehouse

Deck-type roofting

Upwards of 4 % natural lighting via skylights and ventilation outlets.

Fully equipped offices with customisable specifications and sandwich panel façade

Loading bays with dock levellers and shelters: from 1 bay per 550 sqm

Spacious HGV turning bays (min. 35 m)

Concrete slab flooring with maximum load of 50KN/sqm

Contact

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