CTPark Amsterdam City is in the final stages of construction and will soon open to new tenants. 'Located in the heart of our capital city, this city hub is ready for a new era of sustainable and efficient logistics,' says Wim Beelen, director of investment company Larendael, the proud and creative initiator of the Netherlands' first XXL city hub.
Investment company Larendael has acquired DECOM Amsterdam from KOOLE Contractors. The company's purchase is part of the larger development of the Dutch Superyacht Tech Campus at the shipyard in Amsterdam's Western Docklands.
Larendael, the investment and development company of entrepreneur Wim Beelen, has recruited Chris Blankestijn as CFO since March.
Amsterdam, December 23, 2021 - Udo Kock, from 2014 to 2019 alderman in Amsterdam municipality, has committed to Larendael, the investment and development company of entrepreneur Wim Beelen.
On the 42-hectare shipyard purchased at the end of August in the Western Docklands of Amsterdam, Larendael will develop a campus where several superyachts of up to 200 meters can be designed and built.
Wim Beelen sold his demolition and waste group and plunged into real estate. He made his first move with the sale of his Amsterdam Logistic Cityhub. On Monday he bought the ADM site in the port of Amsterdam.
Amsterdam Logistic Cityhub (ALC) has been sold to CTP, a top five European real estate developer and manager. The facility is the first multi-storey XXL logistics city hub in the Netherlands.
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