Leading commercial property developer, Stoford Developments, and the UK and European real estate investment management firm, Oxenwood Real Estate, announces the completion of a new industrial warehouse facility in Warrington.
The speculatively-developed Stone Cross 72 is a 72,740 sq ft warehouse unit of Grade A specification, located on the site of the former Carlsberg brewery depot at Yew Tree Way, Goldborne.
Commenting on the new unit Tony Nash, Director, Stoford Developments, said: “Stone Cross 72 is a high-quality, speculatively-developed unit, ready for immediate occupation. The warehouse lies within a prime and established logistics location that is well connected to the M6 and M62 corridors and houses internationally-renowned occupiers.”
Stone Cross 72 is the second phase of the Stone Cross Park scheme and was constructed to meet the continuing demand in the warehouse sector in the region.
Located six miles to the south of Wigan, within the Stone Cross employment area, Stone Cross is within walking distance of a range of local amenities including shops, services and residential areas.