More than 40,000 square meters for business locations are being built at the ICW in Weikersdorf, directly on the Südautobahn. Great attention to climate friendliness.
Weikersdorf (OTS/LCG) – Around 108,000 companies, including around 8,000 new start-ups last year, generate an economic output of around 61 billion euros per year in Lower Austria. Now, modern warehouses and production halls are opening up in the west of Wiener Neustadt, which are intended to facilitate new business settlements. Industrial Campus Weikersdorf thus fits perfectly into the objectives of Wiener Neustadt’s urban development plan “STEP WN2030+”. In 2021, the internationally active real estate developer Westcore purchased the commercial property located directly on the A2 southern highway and redesigned it in recent months under the name ICW into the modern and flexible Industrial Campus Weikersdorf. The realignment of the sprawling property allows for different uses by several companies. On the approximately 40,000-square-meter property, companies can locate in the existing 20,000-square-meter production and warehouse halls as well as office space, and additional new buildings can be constructed. Manufacturing companies in particular, such as Magna, which is already located here, will benefit from the ICW’s attractive and multipurpose planning. Six entrance gates enable fast and efficient truck deliveries. There are 165 parking spaces available for employees or customer visits. The room height of between 6.5 and 7.2 meters provides sufficient space for larger production facilities.
“The central location at the gates of Vienna offers optimal conditions for business settlements in particular and ensures short distances that protect the climate. Perfect connections to the road network and local public transport make getting to work convenient for employees, who can expect a modern, forward-looking working environment at the ICW,” emphasizes Johann Sebastian Kann (Westcore).
“The commitment of the internationally active Westcore and the development of the Industrial Campus Weikersdorf are an essential step towards making the entire region attractive for business relocations and creating new jobs,” says Mayor Manfred Rottensteiner.
ICW scores with reduced emissions and pleasant working conditions
In designing the ICW, Westcore, together with Magna, currently the largest tenant, paid great attention to climate protection and creating an environment that offers companies flexibility and employees a pleasant atmosphere. For example, the windows are equipped with insulating films throughout, which significantly minimize the energy-intensive need for air conditioning year-round. A pleasant working climate is also ensured in the halls by fans and convectors that use the hot water ring main for heating, thus saving energy. If future tenants are interested, photovoltaic systems can be installed on the extensive roof areas. The four levels in the central office tower can be planned flexibly and offer all the prerequisites for making forward-looking workplace concepts a reality. An inviting cafeteria is available to employees. Employees in production or sports enthusiasts arriving by bicycle will find spacious sanitary and changing areas. The outdoor areas are largely landscaped and there is a small pond in the immediate vicinity of the main building, which provides refreshment in the warm season.
Companies wishing to locate in a central location on the outskirts of Vienna with optimum transport links benefit from the wide range of business development opportunities offered by the province of Lower Austria. Currently, space starting at around 2,000 square meters is still available.
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