GLP Guarulhos II wins Best Industrial & Logistics Project at the GRI Awards 2023
The 500,000 SQM grade A logistics park is one of the largest in the country and is designed to LEED Gold certification standards
São Paulo, 27 November 2023 - GLP, a leading global developer and operator of logistics warehouses, data centers, renewable energy and related technologies, has been awarded "Best Industrial & Logistics Project" at the GRI Awards for the development of GLP Guarulhos II. The GRI Awards recognizes real estate projects in Brazil which demonstrate excellence and innovation.
GLP Guarulhos II is the largest grade A logistics complex in the country with 500,000 SQM of gross leasable area (GLA) across six buildings. It is located 18 km from São Paulo, near the Presidente Dutra and Ayrton Senna highways, the main access routes to the Rio de Janeiro-São Paulo axis, the country's largest consumer centers, as well as the São Paulo International Airport
The first phase of GLP Guarulhos II was delivered in 2021, with approximately 250,000 SQM of GLA. It was 68% pre-leased during the construction phase and achieved full occupancy within 11 months of completion. The second and final phase comprising similar GLA has recently been completed with a pre-leased rate of 54%.
This logistic park is developed with high-spec modern facilities and is designed to LEED Gold certification standards, conserving the use of natural resources throughout the design and construction process, and maximizing operational efficiency. The project utilizes natural lighting, water recycling, LED lighting, charging stations for electric vehicles and solar-panel ready roof tops.
"We are honored to receive this prestigious recognition which would not be possible without the commitment of our team and partners involved in this project,” said Mauro Dias, President of GLP Brazil. “We continue to spearhead the industry to develop the next generation of modern and sustainable logistics facilities.”
More information about GLP Guarulhos II here.
VP, Global Communications