Columbus Ohio Industrial Logistics and Warehouses

Prologis is a significant industrial property owner in Columbus, Ohio. We have 34 buildings completed or under construction, totaling 12 million square feet.* Prologis has properties and land along the I-70 corridor and near Rickenbacker International Airport. Our warehouse submarkets include West Columbus, southwest locations in Urbancrest and Grove City, southeast locations in Groveport and Rickenbacker, and West Jefferson.

Prologis is distinguished by our long-term ownership of our buildings. Customers can have confidence leasing high-quality industrial warehouse space. We continue to invest in the upkeep of our warehouses to maintain a higher standard than our competitors.

Prologis Leasing Experience

Prologis is committed to providing a superior customer experience. Our Clear Lease® simplifies the leasing process and provides transparency to understand the cost of lease expenses and capital costs for the entire lease term—before customers sign. Our Customer Experience Teams provide direct and rapid service for every building.

*Total buildings and square footage as of October 2022.

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2 Properties in the Area
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  • Rail 1

    1575 Rail Southern Court
    Columbus, 43217
    United States

    Spec Building
    Total Available
    518863 SF 48203.929 SQM 14581.695 tsu
    Available 3/1/2023
  • Capital Park S 7

    3545 Urbancrest Industrial Drive
    Urbancrest, Ohio, 43123
    United States

    Building
    Total Available
    52922 SF 4916.613 SQM 1487.276 tsu
    Available Now

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Columbus Economic Drivers

Columbus is an epicenter of U.S. population and industry. It has a total population of 2.2 million and is the fastest-growing city in the Midwest. The five-year growth rate is expected to be 4.5%. Importantly for logistics customers, the warehouse labor force is expected to grow by 12.8% over the next 10 years, adding over 6,000 workers. Hourly wage rates in Columbus are 1.5% less than the national average.

The main logistics driver in the area is Rickenbacker International Airport. One of the only cargo-dedicated airports in the world, it offers direct flights to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Norfolk Southern and CSX, two of the nation’s largest rail providers, have rail hubs at the port that provide direct access to many major East Coast seaports. Further, because I-70 passes through the city of Columbus, there is freeway access to 46% of the country’s population within a one-truck-driver shift.

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