Icon Industrial has completed work on the first phase of a speculative logistics development delivering much-needed Grade A warehouse stock into the London-Stansted-Cambridge corridor.
Icon Harlow comprises three highly specified warehouse buildings with adjoining Grade A office space.
Unit A is a 69,872 sq ft head office and logistics development that has been acquired by specialist food importer and distributor, SOP International.
Unit B is a 96,826 sq ft warehouse unit boasting three-storey integral offices and Unit C is a 68,100 sq ft warehouse building, with two-storey integral office space. The units include a ground floor under-croft for future fit-out, a haunch height ranging between 12.5-15m and 50m yard depths. Both remaining units are available for immediate occupation.
Icon Industrial has recently secured reserved matters planning approval for phase two of the development, which would see the construction of a further two build-to-suit units providing up to 270,000 sq ft on adjacent land.
Tony Nash, director of Stoford Developments, said: “Icon Harlow is a prime scheme serving the North London market. It represents a substantial investment in the development of superb quality accommodation, just nine miles from the M25. The two remaining units are BREEAM ‘Very Good’ and an EPC ‘A’ rating. We are able to provide competitive leasehold and freehold terms to occupiers in this market.”