Realterm brings Warrington and Long Eaton industrial warehouses to the market

Realterm, a vertically integrated owner and manager of high-flow through (HFT) logistics facilities serving the transportation industry, has instructed Colliers and LSH to let two warehouses in Warrington (257,319ft2) and Long Eaton, Nottingham (261,904ft2).

The freehold Warrington unit, WA257, located three miles east of Warrington town-centre in a prime North West logistics location, Hardwick Grange Industrial Estate, was recently purchased by Realterm from Marks & Spencer through a sale and leaseback. Marks and Spencer is due to vacate in the summer of 2022 when the unit will then be available for a new occupier.

Hardwick Grange Industrial Estate benefits from a thriving regional economy, access to a plentiful labour supply and direct links to the UK’s major distribution locations including Manchester, Liverpool and London. Other notable occupiers in the vicinity include Iceland, FedEx and Bunzl.

The industrial property itself retains favourable amenities including 27 dock level loading doors, 30 HGV space, 250 visitor and employee car parking spaces, and two-storey ancillary office and amenity space.

Strategically located to the south of Long Eaton Town, the East Midlands’ Bigbox warehouse, EM262, is currently being refurbished and will be available for occupation from June 2022.

It is 3.5 miles from Junction 25/M1 and 4.5 miles from Junction 24A/M1, providing immediate access to the national motorway network. The property is closely connected to Nottingham, Derby and Leicester, offering the new owners access to a local labour supply.

The Long Eaton industrial space is situated in an established commercial area, surrounded by high profile developments and occupiers including SEGRO Logistics Park, East Midland Gateway, East Midlands Distribution Centre, Amazon, Aldi, and DHL among others.

Facilities at the property include 32 dock level loading doors, 33 HGV spaces, 18 tractor spaces, 225 visitor and employee car parking spaces and two-storey ancillary offices.

Source: logisticsmanager.com

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