Light Industrial Property

The property, centrally located in Solingen, contains approximately 20,500 sqm of land. The total rental space of circa 9,900 sqm is divided into two production halls, administrative areas, and storage areas. They are fully leased to WMK Plastics GmbH, a member of the LEHVOSS Group, and the “Bundesanstalt für Immobilienaufgaben” (the federal real estate agency).

In the medium term, the property is to be redensified and optimised according to ESG objectives (including renovation of the heating system). The goal is to create spaces for our existing and future tenants to grow in the fourth industrial revolution, and to increase the quality of life on site.

Year of Construction:


Site area:

20.500 sqm

Rental Area:

9.900 sqm


Lüneschloßstraße 30, 32a, 42

ESG Highlights:

The main tenant WMK recycles high-performance plastics at the site. Independently of this, we plan to install a new heat generation system, upgrade the building envelope, and implement several other ESG measures in the medium term. Another tenant on site, THW, is engaged in disaster prevention activities.

Location and Connection

The light industrial property is located in the industrial area Lüneschloßstraße, which is characterised by manufacturing companies, crafts and retailers. The good motorway connections and the proximity to Düsseldorf and Cologne characterise this location in the heart of NRW.


Lea Birnfeld
Project manager

INBRIGHT Development GmbH
Erasmusstraße 14
10553 Berlin

Mobile: +49 30 403 686 2-0

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How we derived Our ESG strategy

In an initial workshop, we first developed core values for our company. The development of an ESG strategy for INBRIGHT is based on this: main topics were determined and validated based on a fixed evaluation scheme in a two-day workshop. On the one hand, the topics result from the requirements of national and international industry standards and frameworks, such as DGNB, LEED and GRESB, and, on the other hand, from general sustainability standards, such as the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the Sustainable Development Goals. The list of topics was ultimately supplemented by specific industry requirements from the Light Industrial area. The collection of topics was classified based on a fixed evaluation scheme in a materiality assessment using a two-dimensional matrix with the dimensions “Relevance to business” and “Effects on the government and society”. The topics with the highest values in both dimensions, and hence being above the materiality threshold, form the basis of our ESG strategy or our sustainability programme. The materiality assessment is revalidated annually with the participation of internal and external stakeholders and the assessment of the topics is adjusted accordingly. 

Our Contribution to the sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in 2015 by the member states of the United Nations.
They set a road map for the sustainable social, economic and environmental transformation of our world by 2030.

The SDGs also offer us as a company a framework for contributing to a positive future for the world. Our ESG strategy is our contribution to tackling the greatest worldwide challenges, especially to achieving the following SDGs:

We respect diversity, a fair pay and participation structure and the indivdual promotion of out team members, thus contributing to equality of opportunity.

Economic success and a profitable investment strategy are for us the foundation for securing attractive jobs in the long term and contributing to healthy economic growth.

We promote a low-emission infrastructure by locating our properties close to existing residential areas, offering our tenants access to public transport. We modernise and reposition old industrial and commercial properties to make their use lower in emissions, cleaner and more flexible, thus making a noticeable contribution to sustainable industry.

When building and repairing our properties, we are careful to use innovative and engery-efficient systems so as to aviod unnecessary environmental pressures on the surrounding area. Wherever compatible with legislation and the comfort demands of our users, we reduce technical equipment to a minimum to promote the longevity of our properties.

We align both our company and our property projects to ESG criteria. This includes planning our properties in a way that is sparing of resources and ensures them a long useful life with maximum flexibility. We also maintain open interactions in the spirit of partnership with all those involved – from planners and building firms through to the eventual user.

Reducing emissions, especially CO2 emissions, has a high priority for us within our ESG strategy. We as a company aim to reduce and compensate for our CO2 footprint to make the most effective contribution we can to protecting the climate.