Prologis is a leading industrial property owner in Indianapolis with 35 buildings totaling more than 10 million square feet of industrial real estate for lease that serves 89 customers.*

The city enjoys a central location in the United States. With more highways intersecting in Indianapolis than any other market, our customers can serve a large population base within days. Hosting the second-largest FedEx cargo air hub in the nation also makes Indianapolis a dynamic market for industrial real estate.

Prologis leases warehouses in key submarkets of Indianapolis. Plainfield, in the southwest, has been preferred for bulk product customers historically because it features large warehouse buildings clustered around the airport with access to I-70. Prologis Park 100 serves an established submarket on the northwest side of the city with a strong local urban customer base and good interstate access.

*Data is as of June 2021 and subject to change.

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4 Properties in the Area
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  • Prologis Plainfield 19

    Plainfield 19
    650 S Perry Road
    Plainfield, Indiana, 46168
    United States

    Total Available
    260000 SF 24154.78 SQM 7306.824 tsu
    Available Now
  • Prologis Greenwood 2

    800 Commerce Parkway West Dr
    Greenwood, Indiana, 46143
    United States

    Total Available
    141000 SF 13099.323 SQM 3962.547 tsu
    Available 10/1/2022
  • Airtech Park

    Stout Heritage Parkway
    Plainfield, 46168
    United States

    Land for Sale
    Buildable Area
    43200 SF 4013.41 SQM 1214.057 tsu
    Total Area
    3.5 AC 1.416 HA 1.416 HA
    Available Now
  • Prologis Airport Centre 2

    3830 Hanna Circle
    Indianapolis, Indiana, 46241
    United States

    Total Available
    18600 SF 1727.996 SQM 522.719 tsu
    Available Now

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Warehouse Trends and Economic Overview of Indianapolis

In many ways, Indianapolis is at the center of the e-commerce heartland, which also includes Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, as well as Louisville, Kentucky. Strong demographics attract e-commerce-related companies, such as FedEx, and land is still available to build logistics real estate.

If a customer wants to build a multimarket distribution facility, the most cost-effective location is in the Midwest. Indianapolis offers a pro-business and pro-growth environment with many incentives for new development. The area also has a favorable labor profile.

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