IDI Gazeley has secured the lettings of a duo of US e-commerce occupiers, with Amazon taking 258,503 sq ft at Magna Park, Lutterworth, and Wayfair taking a 297,111 sq ft unit at Daventry Distribution Centre.
Amazon is taking Building 4400 at the park in Lutterworth - a newly refurbished 15-year-old cross dock facility with 131 dock level loading doors, 185 car parking spaces, and 163 HGV parking spaces.
Wayfair has taken its unit within the Royal Oak Industrial estate which holds 28 dock level loading doors, 3 level access doors, 230 car parking spaces and 120 HGV parking spaces.
Alex Verbeek, managing director UK at IDI Gazeley, said: “Our new customers are a welcome addition to the growing customer community in our expanding portfolio across the world.
“Their arrival further strengthens Magna Park and Daventry Distribution Centre’s market-leading credentials and their position as two of the most successful distribution hubs in Europe.
“The units’ high-quality design, as well as extensive sustainability credentials, combined with the prime position of both parks, are perfectly in line with the businesses’ requirements. We have worked with these companies over the years and are delighted to help them strengthen their supply chain infrastructure and support their continued development in the UK and Europe.”
Magna Park and Daventry Distribution Centre are both located in the Midlands’ ‘Golden Triangle’ for logistics property which has access to over 85% of the UK population within a 4.5 hour drive and are already home to sheds for Asda, Argos and DHL.
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