Aurelis plans to build a new business park in Schönefeld for 65 million euros

At its last meeting on June 29, 2022, the Berlin-Schönefeld municipal council approved the statute resolution on the development plan for a 12.4 hectare plot of land owned by Aurelis by 23 votes out of 24. The decision was preceded by the signing of two urban development contracts for the development of the area. Accordingly, Aurelis will take over the planning, tendering and construction for two of the four strips of the "Transversale Süd". In addition, the project developer has voluntarily committed to designing the development of the construction area on "Bohnsdorfer Weg". Aurelis plans to invest a total of 65 million euros in the project.

"In the immediate vicinity of the airport, we will initially implement a mix of business park units and logistics buildings in three construction phases. Later, additional office and service buildings are to be built on the transversal to the west. In addition, we will create the necessary transportation infrastructure and implement ecological compensation measures. We are upgrading the area and giving the local economy a good chance to benefit from the positive development of the airport and the ideal location. This will strengthen the so-called boom corridor in the south-east of Berlin and Brandenburg," says Christin Schulz, Head of the Northern Region at Aurelis.

The planning in detail
The nearly one-kilometer-long "Transversale Süd", including all supply and disposal lines, is to be planned and built first. Tenders will be issued in the third quarter of 2022, and construction will begin later this year. It is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2024. According to current plans, the first construction phase for the establishment of a business park will start in 2023. Commercial units with around 55,000 square meters of gross floor space will be built on a plot size of around 87,000 square meters. The units can be subdivided starting at 600 square meters. In three construction phases, freely combinable and flexibly usable halls and offices are to be created, which are particularly interesting for craft and trade businesses, laboratories, logistics companies, start-ups, and production companies.

Aurelis has already completed a similiar project in Berlin-Hohenschönhausen.

Taking into account the market situation, the planned service and office center will be implemented within the next ten years. The overall development of the area, as well as the economic development of the greater area surrounding Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), influence the planning.

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