Industrial Parks of Buenos Aires: Time to Grow

Cushman & Wakefield presents an exclusive report about 46 parks in the Metropolitan Region that reveals the best alternatives to occupy, develop and invest.

parques industriales buenos airesIndustrial clusters represent one of the best examples of collaboration and synergy construction, and contribute significantly to the improvement of productive sectors. The current number of industrial parks in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Region doubles that of 2010 and the trend continues to grow.

82% of the 46 sites surveyed have the classification of park or industrial grouping, which allows them to access the benefits established by laws 13,774 and 13,656: legal certainty, tax exemptions and the possibility of expanding the activity of companies without restrictions for future changes of urban codes.

The decision to settle in a park is a growth for companies, not only at the spatial level, since there are many advantages that appear after entering a community: the production system as a whole is optimized.

The industrial complexes are an undeniable opportunity for the occupants, but they are also an opportunity for those who decide to invest in new projects or in already consolidated groupings.

“In each of the areas of the metropolitan area there are attractive options for both companies and investors, which take into account the specific needs of each company,” said Santiago Isern, Senior Broker.

With the need to detect the best alternatives to occupy, develop and invest, Cushman & Wakefield, a global corporate real estate services company, made a comprehensive report on this.

The work is divided into three major chapters: The value of industrial parks, The study of parks and The evaluation of parks. The first focuses on the importance of these groupings in the production system and the main milestones that triggered the current situation of the sector are reviewed.

In the second one, the data obtained in the investigation process are presented, referring to the identification of different types of surface, to the characteristics of the complexes in relation to their property and their category, and to the number of companies installed there.

"The distinction of surface types allowed us to more accurately calculate the availability and potential of each park, two fundamental variables to analyze the market of industrial real estate and project its evolution," said Karina Longo, Cushman Market Research Manager & Wakefield Southern Cone.

Finally, in the third chapter the variables adopted for the evaluation of each complex are described and a list of the five highlighted parks is presented.

In addition, throughout the report, there is also the word of five referents on the subject who, from different perspectives, offer their views on the current situation of the parks and their importance in the productive framework. Herman Faigenbaum, General Director of Cushman & Wakefield Southern Cone, said: “Located in environments designed for their existence, the properties offer their occupants the possibility of expanding in a controlled and safe area, and the advantage of growing together with others. companies, to contribute and benefit from their membership in a community ”.

"That community is wider than it seems: companies benefit, consumers and the inhabitants of a more orderly city benefit, and those who bet to reproduce the model also benefit," he added, and concluded by pointing out that "by this reason, having valuable information about the current situation of the parks is central to the interests of different actors ”.

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