25 September 2017 – Mis Naves
The former Panrico factory, the company’s distribution centre for the whole of Barcelona, is coming back to life. Núñez I Navarro has recovered the building and has restored it for industrial use.
The building is distributed over five floors: two are allocated for parking, two for industrial use and one floor for offices and a terrace. To cover logistics needs, it has two hoists, loading docks, two lifts, storerooms and 136 parking spaces. Moreover, it also offers open plan spaces with several bathrooms and changing rooms on each floor, as well as fire detectors, concrete floors and a stone floor on the second level.
The property is located in Calle Binéfar in Barcelona, in the Sant Martí district of the city, and is equipped with all of the facilities of a large conurbation: restaurants, shops, supermarkets, sports facilities and schools, as well as excellent transport connections with the rest of the city by metro (La Pau, L2 and L4) and bus (Lines 33, 36,143, B23 and H10). Moreover, the site is also accessible from the Ronda Litoral (exit 24) and is just two minutes from Rambla Prim.
Altogether, the property has a total surface area of 14,857 m2, although its distribution means that the property could be divided into two completely independent and identical buildings. As such, in the event that a smaller surface area was required, two spaces measuring around 7,500 m2 each could be created. For the Marketing Director at Núñez I Navarro, Daniel Zafra, the building “represents an excellent opportunity for companies with logistics requirements that typically find themselves outside of the urban nucleus and which can now enjoy the benefits of a city such as Barcelona”.
Original story: Mis Naves
Translation: Carmel Drake