Monday, June 24, 2024

Two units snapped up at urban logistics scheme near Leicester

Two units have been taken at Genesis Park in South Wigston, near Leicester, including an 18,570 sq ft unit by healthcare company Fresenius Medical Care to open a new dialysis clinic.

Genesis Park is 128,180 sq ft urban logistics scheme delivered and owned by developer Chancerygate and comprises 15 units ranging between 4,800 sq ft to 18,570 sq ft.

Fresenius Medical Care is a provider of products and services for individuals with renal diseases. The company provides care for more than 344,000 patients globally, with 50 dialysis clinics in the UK and 42 production sites globally.

The company has signed a 15-year lease on the unit and is converting it to create a 49-bed renal dialysis unit with training and consulting rooms, which is due to be operational in Autumn 2024.

Alongside this, a 12,300 sq ft unit at Genesis Park has also been sold to an owner occupier for an undisclosed price.

One further unit at the scheme is currently under offer meaning there are 12 units remaining, ranging between 4,800 sq ft and 9,975 sq ft available on a freehold or leasehold basis.

Chancerygate’s senior development director, Matthew Connor, said: “The level of interest throughout the development’s build has been high, and now construction is complete interest in the remaining units is continuing to grow.

“We’re very pleased to have completed on these two deals, showcasing our expertise in working with prospective occupiers on both a freehold and leasehold basis. The letting to Fresenius Medical Care further evidences the diverse range of businesses our Grade A accommodation is suitable for.”

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