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Bologna

Bologna, Italy, occupies a strategic location in the middle of the country, with easy connections by road and rail to the industrial centers of Northern Italy and the cultural and political hubs of Florence and Rome. An economic power in its own right, Bologna has a population of about 387,000, making it Italy’s seventh-largest city. The broader Bologna metropolitan area is home to about 1 million people.

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Milan

Milan is the commercial, financial and population center of Northern Italy. With its comparatively low unemployment, high incomes and savings, the region is Italy’s wealthiest. Greater Milan has a metropolitan population of about 7 million and represents about one-fifth of Italy's GDP.

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North Italy
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North Italy

Northern Italy—with its comparatively low unemployment, high incomes and savings—is the wealthiest region in Italy, and Milan is its commercial, financial and population center. Greater Milan Area has a metropolitan population of about 7 million and represents about one-fifth of Italy's GDP.

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Rome
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Rome

Rome, the capital of Italy, is a bustling, densely-populated city with 2.9 million residents.

Rome’s diversified economy is driven by government, services, high-technology, construction and especially tourism. Rome ranks 14th among the world’s cities for attracting tourism, with 8.8 million visitors in 2015.

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Turin

Turin, located in Italy’s northwest Piedmont region, is a vital industrial and commercial center. It is Italy’s third-largest economic center, with a population of about 900,000 and is located in what is considered Italy’s industrial triangle with Milan and Genoa.

Turin is headquarters to well-known Italian companies, such as Ferrero, Lavazza and Telecom Italia. Many of the world’s leading producers of sparkling wines and spirits, such as Cinzano and Martini & Rossi, are based in Turin. Other important industries include food, textiles, aerospace and automotive.

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Prologis in Italy

With modern industrial warehouse and distribution facilities across Italy, as well as land for development, Prologis serves customers in Milan, Turin, Bologna and Rome. The company’s first LEED-certified facility outside the United States was developed in Turin, Italy.

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Facts about Prologis in Italy

  • 12 Million Square Feet of Industrial Real Estate Space
  • 47 Logistics Real Estate Buildings
  • 91 Acres of Land
Data as of March 31, 2017 for assets the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects.

Properties in Italy

The image shown is warehouse space, Romentino DC4, located in Milan, Italy.

Romentino DC4

Romentino, Italy

This detached building, divided into four units, has frontage road access on the A4 motorway in the Novara province 30 kilometers west of Milan, 20...

The image shown is industrial warehouse, Bologna Interporto DC5, located in Bologna, Italy.

Bologna Interporto DC5

Bentivoglio, Italy

This industrial warehouse complex near national and European cargo transport routes is in one of the largest intermodal logistics locations in Europe,...