Where your property is located, how it’s designed and how efficiently it operates, are all important factors when choosing the right property for your business.
In a world with a growing population, urbanisation and land scarcity, brownfield developments help provide essential infrastructure without requiring additional land.
Brownfields are previously developed sites that are outdated or no longer in use. Turning them into productive multi-use facilities requires regeneration or remediation by specialists like Goodman.
Brownfields give us the opportunity to regenerate existing sites and create sustainable buildings in strategic locations. By using our expertise to reuse finite materials and reduce waste, we improve natural habitats, enhance biodiversity, and reduce our construction emissions.
More than 50% of our global development program occurs on brownfield sites.
Located in the heart of densely populated urban areas, Goodman properties are always designed with our local stakeholders in mind – customers, local authorities, communities, governments, architects, contractors, etc.
We partner with potential users to better understand how we can meet and exceed our customers’ current and future operational needs and reach our ultimate goal: building long-lasting properties, that are ready to adapt to the ever-changing trends in the market.
As long-term owners of our properties, we also value lasting relationships with land owners, cities, municipalities and the community, developing facilities that benefit society at large. Consequently, we collaborate closely with local authorities and public administrators to develop strategic, innovative and impactful facilities : each of our properties is conceived to perfectly blend in the environment structurally, functionally and aesthetically, resulting in a positive economic and social impact. They also go further and enrich communities by providing them with essential infrastructures.
We align our projects with zoning plans of local municipalities and consider a variety of factors in our designs, such as category of assets according to local needs, architecture, landscaping, urban density, accesses, existing traffic and proximity of public transport to encourage eco-mobility. Our aim is to optimise urban integration and contribute to build sustainable and resilient cities, while supporting local regeneration and employment and safeguarding existing viable and diversified economic activities areas.
Goodman’s properties are designed to continue to be efficient and highly functional long into the future. We achieve this through the use of sustainable design fundamentals combined with innovative materials and building automation.
After decades of collaborating with and learning from the field’s best and brightest, we’ve developed GreenSpace+ as a sustainability vision for going beyond carbon neutrality. It’s our commitment to provide our customers with tools to enable their wildest ambitions. For businesses, for communities, and for environments. All in one space.
Some of the ways we help:
To provide our customers with world-class buildings we’re continually evolving our properties to reduce energy use, maximise the sustainable use of resources, and champion the latest design innovations.
We work hard to provide sustainable properties. Our new developments go through a vigorous process, achieving the following Green Building certifications around the world.
In a sale and leaseback transaction, the owner of a property sells their building to a third party and immediately rents the property from the new owner. This allows the seller’s company to receive instant cash without disruption in their operations. Goodman can stand as your partner for a sale and leaseback transaction.