Jagdfeld Real Estate begins construction of an exemplary sustainable local retailer in Düren

Exemplary in terms of sustainability and accessibility, including photovoltaics and fast-charging stations for electric cars

Asset manager Jagdfeld Real Estate is now starting construction of its most modern and sustainable local convenience store to date in Düren, North Rhine-Westphalia. The 10,000 m² site in the Arnoldsweiler district will have a total rental area of 1521 m², which has been leased long-term to “Netto Marken-Discount” and the Leo bakery and confectionery from Aachen, which will operate a café there. There are also 75 parking spaces.

“The highlight is the high level of sustainability, which is rarely achieved today. I am particularly pleased that we can realize this prime example of sustainable construction at our home location in Düren. And the people of Arnoldsweiler finally have short distances to a renowned hybrid full-range retailer with over 5,000 items,” explained Benedikt Jagdfeld, CEO of Jagdfeld Real Estate, at yesterday’s ground-breaking ceremony on Neusser Strasse/Mörikestrasse.

In fact, a large number of measures speak for the particularly high level of sustainability:

  • The building will be constructed to BEG 55 standard and will have a photovoltaic system with a capacity of at least 95 kWp on the roof, which will also be greened to improve air conditioning and biodiversity.
  • Heat recovery takes place via the refrigeration system, heat pump technology is used and fossil fuels are completely dispensed with.
  • A rainwater retention system is installed for the surface water, and infiltration trenches collect the rainwater and allow it to seep away or discharge it into the rainwater drain.
  • Energy-saving LED lighting is also installed throughout the building.
  • E-car drivers will be delighted with the two fast-charging stations with four charging options.
  • The discount store and café will be barrier-free.

“This is not the first time that we have successfully overcome all the hurdles in a challenging process and will complete this sustainable local supplier for our partners before the end of this year,” said a delighted Armin Elsen, the project developer responsible at asset manager Jagdfeld Real Estate.

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