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Our Commitment to Our Customers

Do business with us, and we will take the time to know you, understand your needs, recognize your aspirations and deliver solutions for your business. No project is too complex, and no time frame is too urgent. Whether you need more space, less space or different space—we are here to serve. Where others measure success in transactions, we invest in relationships.

Facts About Prologis

  • 687 Million Square Feet
  • 3,307 Buildings
  • 5,200 Customers
  • 1,600 Employees
  • 19 Countries
  • 4 Continents
  • $77B Assets Under Management
  • 1983 Founded
  • 100 Global Most Sustainable Corporations
  • S&P 500 Member
Data as of September 30, 2017 for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.

Research

A clear perspective on logistics real estate

Healthy Customer Demand Prompts Competition for Space

Healthy Customer Demand Prompts Competition for Space

Customer activity is at its highest level since 2014, according to Prologis’ latest Industrial Business IndicatorTM (IBI), the company’s proprietary survey of its customers (see Exhibit 1). Continued demand and developer discipline kept the vacancy rate at an historically low level.1 Competition for limited space drove up rents, especially in major coastal markets, such as New York, San Francisco Bay Area and others, which have high barriers to new supply.

Goods in motion through one of the world’s busiest ports, Hong Kong.

Customer Growth Strategies: Europe's Most Desirable Logistics Locations

The European logistics market is changing rapidly. Supply chains are being restructured, economies are expanding and e-commerce is accelerating. To...

U.S. Logistics Real Estate: Demand Rooted in Everyday Needs

U.S. Logistics Real Estate: Demand Rooted in Everyday Needs

The logistics real estate market has become far stronger than many had expected. Disciplined
supply has been a key factor, but elevated and consistent...

Research Market Environment 2017

Economic Impact of Our Logistics Real Estate

From facilitating jobs to boosting the tax base: logistics real estate will have a growing impact on the changing global economy and the future flow...

Research IBI August 2017

Robust Expansion Continues: 10 Years of Real-Time Economic and Real Estate Insights

A unique leading indicator is born. With its first monthly survey in July 2007, we tapped into insights from a previously unexplored area of the...

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Improved Sentiment and Continued Demand Growth

Logistics real estate occupiers reported accelerating activity in their U.S. facilities in early 2017, according to Prologis’ Industrial Business...

Logistics Real Estate Markets that Matter

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Inland Empire, Logistics and Industrial Property Hotspot

The Inland Empire is a large region to the east of Los Angeles that includes Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. With 52 cities, a population of 4.5 million and $68 billion in taxable retail sales in 2015, it is a major economy and an important hub for domestic logistics.

With easy access to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the Inland...

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New York-New Jersey, Vital Global Hub of Logistics and Industrial Property

The New York-New Jersey metropolitan area is the largest in the United States, with a total population of more than 20 million. As the nation’s capital for finance, media, healthcare, fashion and a host of other industries, the region offers an unmatched combination of wealth, economic activity and density. More than 30 percent of the U.S....

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Chicago, Logistics Capital of the Midwest

Chicago is the one of the most important logistics and transportation hubs in the U.S. with a powerful network of rail, airport and truck routes that reach nationwide markets. Chicago is also the largest industrial real estate market in the country, with 1.3 billion square feet of warehouse space.
A historic center of manufacturing, trade and...

Paris, Europe’s Largest Logistics Real Estate Market

Paris, Europe’s Largest Logistics Real Estate Market

Paris, with a population of 12.5 million consumers, is among Europe’s largest logistics markets. The city commands one-third of France’s total GDP. Its economy is driven by financial, business and IT services.

A thriving center of global commerce, Paris serves as headquarters to 25 Fortune 500 companies—the third-highest concentration after Tokyo...

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Prague, Capital of Modernizing Czech Republic

Prague, a storied city, has emerged as the 21st century political, cultural and business capital of the Czech Republic. With a metropolitan area population of about 1.3 million, Prague is an important consumer economy. Prague accounts for nearly one-quarter of the Czech economy’s total output, and Prague’s GDP per capita is more than twice the...

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Shanghai, China’s Commercial and Financial Capital

Shanghai, China’s historic gateway to the world, is one of the most significant urban centers in the global economy. With a population of about 24 million, it is the largest city in China and the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the world.

The combination of Shanghai’s location on the Yangtze River Delta, a large and increasingly well-off...

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, Global Capital of Commerce and Industry

Tokyo, the political and financial capital of Japan, is one of the most functional and impressive urban agglomerations in the world. With a population of about 13.5 million, this densely populated urban area houses 11 percent of Japan’s population. The broader Tokyo megalopolis is the most populous in the world, with 37.8 million people.

Tokyo is...

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San Francisco Bay Area, Industrial Gateway to the Pacific and Silicon Valley

The San Francisco Bay Area, which includes Oakland and San Jose, is a vibrant, densely populated, high-income region that serves as the high-technology industry’s global capital. With a population of more than 7 million, it is the nation’s fifth-largest metropolitan area. As such, it is an engine of consumption and an industrial property power...

Our Logistics Real Estate Professionals

Each of us plays an essential role in the enduring value of our great company. We join Prologis to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the logistics real estate industry’s top talent and do the best work of our careers.

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Hardy Milsch, SVP, Country Manager, Brazil, Operations

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Brazil’s country manager has developed an outstanding portfolio, team and reputation

Melissa Brand

Melissa Brand, Manager, Investment Services

Solihull, United Kingdom

How do you build a career in industrial real estate while competing as a semi-professional cyclist?  We asked Prologis UK’s Melissa Brand just that.

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Dan Letter, Managing Director, Capital Deployment NW Region

Oakland, United States

Dan Letter talks about what’s behind Prologis’ enduring success.  

Featured Logistics Real Estate Properties

High quality logistics real estate in prime locations

Prologis Georgetown Crossroads

Prologis Georgetown Crossroads

Seattle, Washington

This modern multistory warehouse by downtown Seattle, coming in 2018, is setting the standard for the future of urban industrial real estate.

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Beijing Capital Airport Logistics Center II

Beijing, China

China's first multi-story airport logistics center, two buildings at the Beijing Capital International Airport, is used by its biggest e-commerce...

The image shown is LEED certified warehouse Prologis PDX, located in Portland, United States.

Prologis PDX

Portland, Oregon

This 246,228 SF (22,875 SQM) LEED Gold-certified industrial warehouse space was designed to be sustainable and is less than 2 miles east of Interstate...

The image shown is LEED certified warehouse Prologis Park Tracy , located in Tracy, United States.

Prologis Park Tracy

Tracy, California

Strategically located 60 miles east of San Francisco and 54 miles east of the Port of Oakland in Tracy, California, this LEED Gold-certified 827,280 SF (76,857 SQM) sustainably designed warehouse offers direct access to Interstate 5, Interstate 205, Interstate 580 and Highway 99.

The image shown is logistics facility, Bergheim DC1, located in Bergheim,Germany.

Bergheim DC1

Bergheim, Germany

A 441,300 SF (41,000 SQM) logistics facility and administrative center with LED lighting and an efficient heating system serving as the European...

The image shown is HQE certified warehouse Moissy DC8, located in Moissy Cramayel, France.

Moissy DC8

Moissy Cramayel, France

This 339,709 SF (31,560 SQM) warehouse designed with sustainable features holds the High Quality Environmental (HQE) – New Building certification.

Recognition

We are proud to be recognized for our efforts and accomplishments.