Prague,
12
August
2013
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00:00
Europe/Amsterdam

Heineken sells former distribution center in Stodulky, Prague

Heineken decided to sell its former distribution centre in Stodulky, Prague. CBRE was exclusively appointed for the disposal process. The Property consists of storage hall and adjacent land plot. The distribution centre is in the attractive commercial location of Stodulky with great transport connections.

Heineken is the owner of several breweries in the Czech Republic and has wide a portfolio of brands including Krušovice, Starobrno or Zlatopramen.
The DC in Stodulky is not currently in use. The Property has an outstanding location in Stodulky and represents a unique opportunity to purchase real estate in an area with dynamic development. The location is suitable for warehousing and also for redevelopment into a retail unit. The plot is 5,800 sq m and is currently 2,400 sq m developed. A Shell petrol station is located adjacent to the Property. The Property is located within a commercial zone with good connections to the Prague Ring Road and, further, the Czech motorway network. The city centre of Prague is accessible in 25 minutes by car and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague accessible in 10 minutes by car. Metro station (Line B) is reachable within 3 minutes by public transport. The Property is ideal for a combined use of retail units, offices and storage.