16 March 2018 – Inmodiario
The Valencian firm CV-Grupo has purchased a plot measuring 12,500 m2 in San Fernando de Henares (Madrid) on the Puerta de Madrid industrial estate, alongside Amazon and other large companies, where it is going to construct a logistics warehouse.
In this way, CV-Grupo is expanding its land in Madrid. The Valencian property developer is led by Salvador Vila and specialises in the construction and promotion of assets in the logistics and industrial sectors. The firm has purchased the plot in Madrid in order to expand its portfolio of industrial properties through the promotion of a logistical warehouse. Its portfolio now spans a surface area of more than 200,000 m2, including the assets in Valencia and Madrid.
The acquired space is located on the A-2 highway, in the heart of the Henares corridor, in the town of San Fernando de Henares, on the industrial estate known as Puerta de Madrid (…).
The asset will allow CV-Grupo to develop a logistics warehouse measuring 8,500 m2 on the Puerta de Madrid industrial estate, by the A-2 and M-45 highways, one of the most sought-after in the sector in the Spanish capital. There, its neighbours will include, amongst others, multinational firms such as Amazon, Tdn, XPO and Plaza supermarkets. This industrial estate is considered as one of the fastest growing and best located in the Community of Madrid.
CV-Grupo began its activity in Madrid in 2000 in the Corredor de Henares, where it undertook developments in Coslada, San Fernando and Torrejón de Ardoz (…).
The construction work on this site, which is due to start in the second quarter of the year, will be completed before the end of the year (…).
Original story: Inmodiario
Translation: Carmel Drake