Distribution Centers in College Park

Prologis Airport South

Prologis Airport South

College Park, United States

This building is 102,880 sf. It is Rear loading and has a 104' truck court. Immediate access to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and is close...

Prologis Atlanta South

Prologis Atlanta South

College Park, United States

28,000 sf building with rear loading, 19’ ceiling height, 140’ building depth, 40’ x 50’ column spacing and a 100’ truck court. This building also has...

Prologis Southridge 4

Prologis Southridge 4

College Park, United States

76,500 SF Building with rear Loading. Immediate access to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and convenient access to the I-75, I-85 and I-285...

Prologis Atlanta South 1

Prologis Atlanta South 1

College Park, United States

61,521 sf building with rear loading, and 40’ x 40’ to 50’ x 40’ column spacing. Built in 1995. Immediate access to Hartsfield-Jackson International...

Prologis Park Hartsfield East

Prologis Park Hartsfield East

College Park, United States

17.40 Acre lot, with up to 168,776 SF available. Build-to-suit office, single or multi tenant, rear loading, up to 37 dock doors, 284’ building depth,...

Atlanta South 5

Atlanta South 5

College Park, United States

77,012 sf building with rear loading, T5 lights, 108’ truck court and 40’ x 40’ column spacing. Immediate access to Hartsfield-Jackson International...

Prologis Southridge 7

Prologis Southridge 7

College Park, United States

60,000 sf building with rear loading, 150’ building depth and 40’x50’ column spacing. Immediate access to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and...

Atlanta South 4

Atlanta South 4

College Park, United States

68,712 sf building with rear loading, 22’ ceiling height, 115’ truck court, 40’ x 50’ column spacing, and 150’ building depth. Immediate access to...

Prologis Airport Distribution Center

Prologis Airport Distribution Center

Forest Park, United States

102,340 sf building with rear loading, 24’ ceiling height and 40’ x 43’ column spacing. This property has immediate access to Hartsfield-Jackson...

College Park Contact for Distribution Centers

Kent Mason
Market Officer
678-249-7001

What are distribution centers?

Distribution centers are an often overlooked, but vital, component of the global supply chains that ensure the efficient movement of goods from producers to consumers. These warehouse spaces keep factories running, retail shelves stocked and e-commerce deliveries moving for millions of consumers.

Distribution centers, generally located close to major transportation infrastructure in key markets, such as College Park, connect the factories where goods are produced to retail outlets and individual consumers. Once products are manufactured—shoes, dishwashers, furniture, books, to name a few—they are transported in bulk to well-located distribution centers. From there, smaller shipments are dispatched to distributors, stores or, increasingly, individual consumers. In this way, distribution centers facilitate the efficient movement of goods.

Where are distribution centers located?

Typically, distribution centers are located at or near major transportation hubs, such as College Park. In coastal areas, they are often constructed adjacent to seaports. Some logistics spaces are located near airports that have significant cargo operations. Other warehouse spaces are situated adjacent to significant railroad cargo hubs. Throughout the U.S., distribution centers are often near major interstate highways and junctions, affording easy access for trucks.

How have distributions centers changed in recent years?

It is increasingly common to find distribution centers close to population centers. Distribution centers in more densely populated regions often have smaller footprints and serve a slightly different function than their suburban or rural analogues, in part because of the rapid growth of e-commerce. With consumers increasingly expecting next-day and same-day delivery, distribution centers in College Park are evolving into direct-to-consumer fulfillment centers. Highly automated and stocking a large variety of items, these distribution centers enable a small number of employees to handle a high volume of shipments and process returns.

What is the economic importance of distribution centers?

Distribution centers have a range of positive economic and social impacts in College Park. They enable commerce, create employment and generate tax and other revenues for communities. Today’s state-of-the-art distribution centers are designed for minimal environmental impact. In fact, the rooftops of many distribution centers are used as platforms for large solar arrays that generate clean energy.

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Prologis Portfolio of Distribution Centers in College Park

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Atlanta, Commercial and Logistics Hub of the South

Atlanta is the ninth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. with a population of 5.7 million. Its economy is vibrant and diversified, with a significant presence of businesses engaged in finance, industry, service and transportation, which support demand for industrial real estate.
The Atlanta region has experienced impressive population growth in...