Warehouses and Industrial Space for Rent in Baltimore & Washington D.C. 

Prologis is the largest industrial property owner in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. corridor and Northern Virginia with 150 buildings totaling 19.7 million square feet of industrial real estate for lease that serves 350 customers.* We lease industrial space and warehouses for lease in three prime submarkets.

Our properties are located along the I-95 corridor, connecting the two transportation beltways of the Baltimore and Washington metro areas. Customers who lease our warehouses have access to a population base of 9 million people. Our in-fill properties in Prince George’s County provide fulfillment inside the Capital Beltway. And our prime industrial real estate properties around Dulles International Airport serve Loudoun County, Virginia, the wealthiest zip code in the United States.”  

*Data is as of January 2023 and subject to change.

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  • Danielle Schline
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Prologis takes an active approach to managing our warehouses in Baltimore and Washington D.C. The expansive Baltimore-Washington, D.C., region is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the U.S. and one of the most prosperous. It’s an important center for logistics and industrial real estate. With ample warehouse and industrial space for rent, enterprise businesses large and small have established fulfillment and logistics manufacturing centers within the region.

Anchored by two large cities—Baltimore and Washington, D.C.—and connected by busy rail lines and the I-95, the densely populated region is filled with residential, retail and business centers. The large presence of government, defense and life sciences provide stability and support the area’s high incomes, as well as contribute to a fast-growing data center presence that buoys land values and rental rates.

The Port of Baltimore, the 13th largest by cargo volume in the U.S., handles more automobiles than any other American port. One-third of the U.S. population can be reached overnight by road from the Port of Baltimore, which offers more direct access to the Midwest than any other East Coast port. Consequently, the port is an important center for logistics real estate, and a robust network of industrial warehouses serve the demand it generates.

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