A new concept of business environment that will become a pole of attraction for companies seeking a strategic location, rapid access to major arterial routes and built to the latest specifications, all of which will be developed with a clear emphasis on sustainability. City Dox is the latest evolution of logistics development and built with the guarantee of ICC and LOGISTIS.
CityDox is strategically located in a consolidated logistics area, 17 km from the centre of Madrid to the East of Madrid in the municipality of Torrejón de Ardoz.
The logistics park is quickly and easily accessible via the A-2 highway (Madrid-Zaragoza-Barcelona), which directly links Spain with Europe and represents a key location situated at the heart of the most important axis for national and international logistics distribution, known as the “Corredor del Henares”.
CityDox enjoys excellent communications with direct links to both the M-50 ring road that links with the M-40 and M30, as well as to the M-206 that connects the industrial estate to the town centre of Torrejón de Ardoz. The future Southern ring road that borders the industrial estate will provide quick access to Alcalá de Henares and the A-2 motorway (Madrid – Barcelona).
Madrid-Barajas International Airport is a mere 15 km distant and a short drive from City Dox via the A-2.
City Dox Madrid is a new ecosystem designed for companies that value the quality, image and efficiency of their facilities, all in a sustainable environment.
It includes the development of several logistics platforms for one or several users with areas ranging from 5,000 square meters to 90,000 square meters.
The following features make these new logistics centres the best in their field:
El proyecto está formado por 4 grandes parcelas de uso logístico que se desarrollarán en 3 fases o conjuntos.
The park has an excellent connection to public transportation services with a bus stop with a direct access to the central train station of Cercanías de Torrejón de Ardoz (approx. 15 mn).
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