With a population of about 2 million, Indianapolis is the political, cultural and business capital of Indiana. With a low cost of living and housing, the Indianapolis area is one of the most affordable large cities in the U.S.
Since February 2010, employment in the greater Indianapolis region has risen by 20 percent, adding more than 160,000 jobs. Significant industries in Indianapolis include health care, government, manufacturing and tourism—driven in part by the popularity of the Indianapolis 500 auto race.
Landlocked Indianapolis sits at the nexus of multiple interstate highways that facilitate the flow of goods to and from St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio. The region is also served by several significant freight rail lines. The strength of its infrastructure makes Indianapolis an important regional hub for industrial real estate.
Prologis has multiple warehouses in Indianapolis and operates industrial real estate properties, including several adjacent to the Interstate 465 Beltway, west and north of downtown.