Croatia, Zadar - Warehouse-production hall of 1800 m2, on a plot of 6772 m2, located in a commercial zone near Zadar.
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 2016/198, Commercial Space Sale

Selling price:1.200.000 €

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Location: Zadar
  • Parking

Living space: 1800
Land space: 6772


The hall was built in 2008, is fully equipped and little used, so it is in excellent condition. Hall consists of warehouse and production area, located on the ground floor, measuring 1150 m2, office area of ​​300 m2 and 350 m2 of galleries. Warehouse production part is equipped with three roll-up doors that are virtually set in a way to allow the flow of trucks. The pillars that hold the construction of the new connections of electricity, so that the manufacturing plant can be placed in the most optimal way.

The steel structure is reinforced concrete in the foundations, and the floor has 4 concrete layers and high quality is carried out. Space height of 6.5 meters (in ideal part 8 meters) there are plenty of natural light, pleasant and airy to work, but at the same time thermally well insulated, so that even in the coldest period comfortable for work. Warehouse production part is physically connected to the office part where there is reception, main office with its own bathroom, 3 additional offices, two bathrooms and two dressing rooms with space provided for the bathroom. Steps are sent to picture, the size of 350 m2, which is currently used as a workshop and can be used if necessary.

The entire facility is located on 6772 m2 large plot of land, so it is possible to make an additional facility next to the existing one, ie, to expand production. The whole area is fenced and has a sliding door on the sensor, with ample space for parking of vehicles, and, manipulative space for larger vehicles. Regarding the power supply, close to the building is a substation, so that enabled industrial electricity higher power.

The location point of view, this facility is located in a commercial zone, near the city of Zadar, ie, seaports Gaženica as large Adriatic port with great potential, and the proximity of the highway, which is of the hall, only a few kilometers, which is the highest road connection with this part of Europe. That being said, this hall with its quality construction, further opportunities for expansion, and good transport links, is an excellent business investment. For sale

Location description
Zadar (Croatian pronunciation: [zâdar]; see other names) is the 5th largest city in Croatia situated on the Adriatic Sea. Zadar is a historical centre of Dalmatia as well as the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Zadar. Zadar is a city with rich history dating from prehistoric times to present days.

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