Industrial Land Brasov, Location

The land is situated on the E60 European road heading North from Brasov.

The E60 is the second longest road in the international E road network. It runs 8,200 km (5,100 mi), from Brest, France to Irkshtam in Kyrgyztan on the border with China.
The Romanian section from Brasov to Targu Mures is also known as the DN13. The whole plot is 59,600 sqm and is made of 4 individual cadastral parcels of land. Three of which were purchased in 2006, Cad 316 top 1424/3 (10,500 sqm), Cad 315 top 1424/2 (20,000 sqm), Cad 314 top 1424/1 (20,000 sqm) and in 2009 a further parcel was added, Cad 100247 (9,100).
The opening on the European road is 277 m there is also a side access road which runs from the main road and the opening is 260 m in length.

150 m North away from the plot is a stone factory all utilities are therefore very close by and directly behind the plot is a solar farm.
700m South along the E60 towards Brasov is a Miele factory, the German manufacturer makes premium home appliances. The Euro 40 million factory was completed in 2008 and production started the following year Miele will also start the procedures for constructing a new production hall in Brasov, the company will spend a further 4 million related office space this year, continuing its medium and long-term development plans. The new premises will be ready at the end of 2023.

1 Km further South on the E60 is a Reinert meat processing factory. Reinert is a high quality German sausage brand dating back to 1931 and which prides itself on being a family butcher but with modern technology.
It’s just a 9 minute drive from the plot of land to the Brasov ring road which runs for 18.5 km around Brasov City it was funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and completed in 2015.

The new Brasov International Airport will be only a 16 minute drive away and this is now almost complete with the first commercial airlines due to be landing towards the end of 2021 and the first passenger flights next year.
The plot is therefore well located to access the international Airport via the Brasov ring road.
It is also very conveniently located nearby to the future A3 motorway.
The A3 motorway (Romanian: Autostrada A3) is a partially built motorway in Romania, planned to connect Bucharest with the Transylvania region and the north-western part of the country. 

Current developments nearby to the plot.

It will be 603 km long and will run along the route: Ploiești, Brașov, Făgăraș, Sighișoara, Târgu Mureș, Cluj-Napoca, Zalău and Oradea, connecting with Hungary’s M4 motorway near Borș.
The A3 will, when completed, run from the junction with the Bucharest ring road through Transylvania and north-west Romania, before merging with Hungary’s M4 motorway at the border between the two countries. Like the A3, the M4 is under construction and will in time connect Budapest with the Romanian border.

The Plot below highlighted in green

The motorway will form part of the core Trans-European Transport Network’s Rhine-Danube corridor, which provides a key east-west link across Europe, connecting the port of Constanţa on Romania’s Black Sea coast with Strasbourg in France.

Once the motorway is completed Brasov will be better connected to the capital Bucharest and to the rest of the EU.
More focused view below of the plot location in green 700 meters North of the Miele factory.

Public road construction and management company CNAIR has signed the contract for the design of the Fagaras-Brasov highway in central Romania, a 48-km segment of the A3 Transilvania highway. According to transport minister Catalin Drula, the company that got the contract will be in charge of completing the feasibility study and the detailed technical design. “This segment of the A3 Transilvania highway, 48 km long, was put up for auction this spring, after being abandoned for 10 years,” Drula said. “The route starts with a road junction that links Codlea with the Ploiesti-Brasov highway and ends near Fagaras through a high-speed intersection that makes the link with the Sibiu-Fagaras highway. In addition, in the area of Brasov, the designer will also ensure the connection with the Brasov-Bacau highway, the minister explained. “Similar to the A7 – Moldova highway, Fagaras-Brasov will benefit from a complete and complex design. This means that, once this contract ends, the execution of the works will be tendered directly (meaning equipment at the construction site from the first day),” Drula said.