Central Germany is home to mid-size cities including Kassel, Erfurt and the resort town of Bad Hersfeld. Erfurt has a population of about 200,000 and is the capital of the state of Thuringia. Some of Germany’s densest population concentrations—including Dortmund, the cities of the Ruhr and Hanover—are within a 120-mile radius of Central Germany.

A robust autobahn and highway network provides quick access from Central Germany to the entire country. The Kassel region sits at an intersection of the major national east-west and north-south highways. Freight and passenger railroads that cross Germany from east to west and from north to south also run through Central Germany. Erfurt’s freight rail transportation center is a key node on the planned Trans-European Network. As a result, Central Germany is well positioned to house industrial property and logistics facilities, such as national distribution centers.

Prologis operates industrial properties and warehouses in Central Germany.


This is a map of Central Germany, Germany

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The image shown is BREEAM certified warehouse Bad Hersfeld DC 1 , located in Ludwigsau, Germany.
Bad Hersfeld DC 1

Bad Hersfeld DC 1

Ludwigsau, Germany

Designed with sustainable features, this 403,800 SF (37,500 SQM) warehouse holds a BREEAM “Good” accreditation. The facility was one of the first...

The image shown is logistics warehouse Munich East DC1, located in Munich, Germany.
Munich East DC1

Munich East DC1

Bruckberg, Germany

A large build-to-suit for BMW in one of Germany’s most land-constrained locations northeast of the Munich metropolitan market.

The image shown is industrial warehouse, Cologne DC5, located in Cologne, Germany.
Cologne DC5

Cologne DC5

Köln, Germany

A build-to-suit for Objectflor, this 199,100 SF (18,500 SQM) sustainable industrial warehouse in one of the largest associated logistics sites in...

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