Industrial and Logistics real estate Dutch Market Report 2015 industrial.nl Dutch market for Industrial and Logistics real estate - Report 2015 THE DUTCH MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL AND LOGISTICS REAL ESTATE Take-up of industrial space according to building type in sq m 2,000,000 1,750,000 1,250,000 1,000,000 750,000 500,000 250,000 existing buildings 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 0 2006 Take-up in the Dutch industrial and logistics real estate market, that is to say buildings with more than 5,000 sq m of lettable space, slightly went down in 2014. Data which are carefully kept by INDUSTRIAL real estate partners reveal that last year 1.18 million sq m were let and sold, almost 8% down compared to 2013. This drop particularly involved second-hand industrial buildings; in the new development category take-up levels were rather steady. But even though last year’s total take-up levels did go down, the general mood has been positive nevertheless as the number of lease and sale transactions remained almost the same compared to 2013. One significant detail is that in calculating these levels, companies that meet their own accommodation requirements – the ‘owner-occupied buildings’ – as well as companies extending their leases, have not been taken into consideration. 1,500,000 new developments Take-up of industrial space by branch 2014 4% 3% 17% commodities light industrial logistics production 76% 2,000,000 1,750,000 1,500,000 1,250,000 1,000,000 750,000 500,000 250,000 purchase lease Take-up of industrial space by size category 2014 5,000-10,000 10,000-15,000 35% 37% 15,000-20,000 20,000 and more 10% industrial.nl 18% 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 0 2007 Even though last year’s market made a positive impression in general, geographically speaking some unmistakable differences in market dynamics presented themselves. For instance, transaction volumes were disappointing in Almere and also in the region above the North Sea Canal, however take-up of industrial space in the Amsterdam-Schiphol region made quite a strong recovery, also following the rental of several distribution centres. In North Brabant the disposal of large-scale industrial spaces remains at good levels, yet take-up of industrial and logistics real estate has dropped in Limburg. Take-up of industrial space by type of ownership in sq m 2006 In 2014 the demand for large-scale industrial space was primary focussed on the logistics real estate market. In this segment most companies preferred renting rather than buying their accommodation. Judging by the amount of transactions finalised, companies were particularly interested in buildings with between 5,000 and 10,000 sq m of lettable space and also in larger buildings with more than 20,000 sq m of space. Dutch market for Industrial and Logistics real estate - Report 2015 1,000,000 800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 existing buildings 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 0 2007 The year 2014 was dominated by considerable demand for logistics real estate. In the so-called open market, the amount of buildings rented or sold remained the same compared to last year. Approximately 900,000 sq m in total have welcomed new users. Many newly constructed distribution centres were taken up, however existing buildings were also given serious attention. As in previous years, in 2014 the amount of transactions realised was highest in the southern Netherlands as the west and centre of the province of North Brabant claimed much of this demand. Take-up of logistics space according to building type in sq m 2006 THE OCCUPATIONAL MARKET FOR LOGISTICS REAL ESTATE new developments Take-up of logistics space by region in sq m 300,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 O re the gi r on s W es tM e id n Br de ab n an t t ch re Ut A N rnh ijm e eg m en Am ste r Sc da hi mp Al ho m l er e R H ott aa er gl da an m de O n os tB ra Lim ba bu nt rg 0 Supply of logistics space according to building type in sq m 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 500,000 existing buildings 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 0 2006 new developments Supply of logistics space as percentage of stocks 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 4 2007 Even though demand for logistics real estate maintained a good position last year, the number of distribution centres available for immediate occupation continued to climb nevertheless. Rising availability followed almost entirely due to speculative construction of distribution centres in places like Venlo, Utrecht and Schiphol. Interestingly, in addition to the immediately available supply, the number of plans to build sustainable distribution centres has grown as well. Even though more newly developed buildings were available for lease last year, the majority of the spaces on offer were old and quite often less marketable. In addition to municipalities with many vacant distribution centres for rent, vacancy was hardly an issue in places like Bergen op Zoom, Eindhoven, Moerdijk, Venlo and Waalwijk. 250,000 2006 Last year Limburg witnessed a modest decrease in logistics real estate take-up, however INDUSTRIAL real estate partners is expecting this region to attract quite a deal of attention this year, a development that will serve Venlo in particular. This region is an interesting business location for international companies who sell their products online and who want their distribution centres to be in the proximity of the Cologne Bonn Airport. Dutch market for Industrial and Logistics real estate - Report 2015 THE INVESTMENT MARKET FOR INDUSTRIAL AND LOGISTICS REAL ESTATE Investments in logistics space according to building type 1,000 600 400 200 existing buildings new developments 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 0 values x million € Investments in logistics space by nationality 1,000 800 600 400 200 foreign investors dutch investors 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 0 2007 Most buyers were American, Russian and Belgian investors. Investors were not only interested in build-to-suit projects, they also paid serious attention to buildings that existed already. The majority of the acquisitions realised last year involved buildings with relatively substantial investment volumes. Distribution centres worth less than € 5 million were hardly disposed of. One of the consequences of investors’ major demand for logistics real estate was that the gross initial yield of first-class distribution centres went down to less than 7 percent in some cases. 800 2006 Real estate in the Netherlands continued to attract investors in 2014 as low return on government loans and the large availability of funds made many investors embrace it. The logistics real estate market benefited from this development. Trusting that the available data on acquisitions and sales are correct, last year there was approximately € 835 million invested in distribution centres. As a result, investment volumes were very close to those of 2007, a record year in terms of logistics real estate investments. Last year investors clearly preferred distribution centres in North Brabant and Limburg, as well as Utrecht and Amsterdam Schiphol. values x million € Investments in logistics space by region 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 O re the gi r on s O Br o ab s t Lim ant bu / rg Ut re ch t Sc A hi m ph s t ol er , A da lm m, er M e id W de e n st Br e ab n an t A N r nh ijm e eg m en 0 R H ott aa er gl da an m de n In 2014 investors also seriously considered light industrial buildings, as different large-scale complexes exchanged owners causing the gross initial yield to range from 9% to 13%. Remarkably, most investors who were interested in this market segment were British. values x million € DHG sold 107,000 sq m logistics facility in the Port of Amsterdam to Delin Capital for € 75 million. industrial.nl Dutch market for Industrial and Logistics real estate - Report 2015 TOP 10 TRANSACTIONS LOGISTICS REAL ESTATE Size Location Occupier Lessor Type of building 1 55,000 sq m Moerdijk OWIM SPF Existing building 2 49,700 sq m Tilburg Tesla DOKVAST New development 3 40,000 sq m Nieuwegein Albert Heijn Borghese New development 4 40,000 sq m Oosterhout (Gld) Nabuurs Goodman New development 5 32,800 sq m Tiel Kuehne + Nagel WDP New development 6 32,600 sq m Breda Broekman Logistiek Greenery Existing building 7 25,800 sq m Oss Vos Logistics Montea New development 8 25,000 sq m Tilburg Coolblue Prologis New development 9 23,700 sq m Bergen op Zoom Forever21 Fashion ProDelta New development 10 22,500 sq m Maasbree Seacon Logistics Built to Build New development Nieuwegein Tilburg Borghese develops 40,000 sq m for Albert Heijn / ND Logistics DOKVAST develops 49,700 sq m for Tesla TOP 10 INVESTMENTS INDUSTRIAL AND LOGISTICS REAL ESTATE Size Location Building type Buyer Vendor Price 1 242,000sq m several locations Logistics ProLogis Schroder Real estate € 170 million 2 370,000sq m several locations Light industrial Hansteen BGP Investment Sarl € 106 million 3 107,000sq m Amsterdam Logistics Delin Capital David Hart Group € 75 million 4 130,000sq m several locations Light industrial Mstar Rockspring € 71 million 5 175,000sq m several locations Light industrial Rockspring AXA REIM € 67 million 6 73,000sq m Echt Logistics WDP Action € 57 million 7 63,000sq m Tiel Logistics WDP Van de Ven € 50 million 8 102,000sq m several locations Light industrial MBay Light Industrial Internos € 43 million 9 44,000sq m Waddinxveen Logistics Delin Capital Distripark A12 € 38 million 10 54,000sq m several locations Logistics LogiCor CBRE Global Investors € 34 million This report has been produced in close cooperation with Bak Property Research industrial.nl Dutch market for Industrial and Logistics real estate - Report 2015 About INDUSTRIAL real estate partners INDUSTRIAL real estate partners is an independent real estate consultancy company with a strong focus on industrial and logistics real esate throughout the Netherlands. They particularly focus on agency, investments, strategic real estate advice and developments. From their offices in Amsterdam Airport, Rotterdam Airport and Tilburg they cover the important logistics regions. Our services • Leasing • Buying and selling • Strategic real estate advice • Sale-and-leasebacks • Real estate portfolio consulting By combining their national scope, expertise and skills, they are committed to provide the best possible services to owners, occupiers, (re)developers and authorities. Jasper Kiestra Maurits Kortleven Bart Schraven • Real estate investments Amsterdam T. +31 (0)88 989 98 98 Rotterdam firstname.lastname@example.org Tilburg industrial.nl Marcel Hoekstra Rob Mutsaerts DUTCH LAND PRICES & RENT LEVELS 2014/2015 land prices rent levels 1 Schiphol Airport 250- 325 75-90 2 Amsterdam Port 215 * - 40 - 65 3 Almere 110- 165 30-60 4 Utrecht 230- 300 30-65 5 Arnhem/Nijmegen 150- 170 25-60 6 Bleiswijk/Waddinxveen 150- 230 40-65 7 Rotterdam Port 175 * - 40 - 65 8 Moerdijk 120- 145 30-55 9 Roosendaal/Bergen op Zoom 100 - 150 35 - 50 10 Tilburg/Waalwijk 120- 150 45-55 11 Eindhoven 155- 200 40-50 12 Venlo/Venray 115- 130 30-50 13 Maastricht/Heerlen 75- 100 30-50 250 * 265 * land prices in € per sq m / rent levels warehouse space in € per sq m per year / * = for 50 year leasehold 1 33 2 4 6 55 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Despite careful preparation and monitoring of this report and the information it contains, INDUSTRIAL real estate partners cannot guarantee its completeness, accuracy or actuality. 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