MDC2 Park Łódź South sets benchmark in the Polish market with a 49% reduction of the embedded carbon compared to the national average

MDC² together with the investor – Fortress Real Estate Investments Limited (Fortress) – are developing MDC2 Park Łódź South – one of the most environmentally sustainable warehouse facilities available on the market with a total area of over 80,000 m2. MDC2 Park Łódź South is located 19 km south of Łódź. Notino, the largest European cosmetics and perfumes online store, has chosen MDC2 Park Łódź South.

The growing awareness of problems related to climate change means that property investors, developers, and tenants are increasingly choosing buildings that minimize the negative impact on the environment. Reducing the carbon footprint and future-proofing warehouse buildings are key priorities in MDC2’s strategy. MDC2’s buildings are designed and built to align with their tenants’ and investors’ long-term ESG strategies.

According to OneClick LCA database MDC2 Park Łódź South leads in embedded carbon reduction and when compared to the global average of 413 kg CO2/m2 achieved reduction of 61%.

“MDC2 Park Łódź South stands out on a global scale. Such an achievement in reducing CO2e/m2 was made possible thanks to our cooperation with Depenbrock (general contractor) and Fortress (investor). The innovative use of well-thought-out technical solutions such as green steel, green concrete and a local procurement chain have resulted in an extremely energy efficient facility, reducing the costs associated with its use and significantly reducing its impact on the environment” – says Jeremy Cordery, COO and co-founder at MDC2.

“MDC2’s goal is building for good for a sustainable future for our tenants, investors, communities, the environment, and our industry. We do not think only in terms of “here and now”, we relate our actions to the life of future generations. Awareness of the real impact on the environment should be a permanent part of thinking about the sustainable development of the real estate sector” – says Bartłomiej Kazirod, Project Director at MDC2.

From the very beginning of the construction process of MDC2 Park Łódź South, the developer has been using market-leading environmentally friendly solutions. The standard in MDC2 is to meet criteria related to the principles of sustainable construction, including the use of materials consistent with the Environmental Product Declaration (including concrete, steel and thermal insulation materials), as well as preference for local suppliers.
Sustainable buildings, which are designed with energy efficiency, renewable energy and waste minimization in mind, help reduce the construction sector’s negative impact on the planet. Facilities designed with sustainable solutions can also contribute to financial savings by reducing operating costs related to energy and water.

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