Intervest Offices & Warehouses takes the next step in the Genk Green Logistics project

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Signing of a private purchase agreement for zone B of the former Ford site in Genk with a view to redevelopment into a logistics project of approximately 250.000 m²

Today the Flemish Authorities and Genk Green Logistics have taken an important step in the planned redevelopment of zone B on the former Ford site in Genk into a prime, trimodal logistics location. Represented by Flemish Minister for Work and Economy, Philippe Muyters, and Vice-Minister-President Liesbeth Homans on the public end of the deal, a private purchase agreement has been concluded with Genk Green Logistics for the sale of approximately 42 hectares of land. 

Genk Green Logistics, a joint venture of Intervest Offices & Warehouses and Group Machiels will work together with MG Real Estate and DEME Environmental Contractors on this project to realise a state-of-the-art logistics complex, which, after its complete development over several years, will comprise over 250.000 m2.

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