Inland Empire California Industrial Logistics and Warehouses

Prologis has 61.8 million square feet of industrial logistics space in the Inland Empire of California.* Our 163 buildings average 374,000 square feet. Prologis’ logistics real estate portfolio in the Inland Empire totals more square footage than our next three competitors combined, giving us the ability to grow with the customer. We also have an undeveloped land bank of 285 acres (representing 5.8 million square feet of industrial space) to support future development.

We lease warehouses in both Inland Empire East and Inland Empire West. The average age of our portfolio is only 15 years old. We offer all four building classifications: gateway facilities, city distribution, multi-market distribution and Prologis Last Touch®. Our logistics properties are close to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

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

*Total buildings and square footage as of October 2021.

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Inland Empire Economic Drivers

The Inland Empire is a large region to the east of Los Angeles that includes Riverside and San Bernardino counties. With 52 cities, a population of 4.5 million and $68 billion in taxable retail sales in 2015, the area is a major economy and an important hub for domestic logistics.

With easy access to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the Inland Empire is also a gateway to Asia. As a result of relatively low-cost land, it has emerged as a significant big-box and warehouse distribution hub for the greater Southern California region (with nearly 24 million residents).

Between 2001 and 2016, the Inland empire added 237,000 jobs (of which 55,000, or about 22%, were in the transportation and distribution sector). This proportion illustrates the importance of logistics and industrial real estate for the region’s economy.

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