Industrial Property in Madrid

Coslada DC3

Coslada DC3

Coslada, Spain

2,642 SQM available in a fenced park with security. Access to the Mortorway A-2 (Madrid-Barcelona) and motorway N-21 and M-24. Located 5km from the...

Alcala DC4

Alcala DC4

Alcalá de Henares, Spain

6,140 m² available. The park has 115,000 m² of modern, flexible and high-quality logistics warehouses with the flexibility to adapt to any industrial...

Barajas MAD Logistics Center 1

Barajas MAD Logistics Center 1

Madrid, Spain

Space available ranging from 2,300 to 6,000 SQM. This center is three logistical buildings divisible in units of about 2,500 SQM. This space has an...

Alcala DC3

Alcala DC3

Madrid, Spain

A well-designed logistic park with 115,000 m2 of logistic space, wide roads, maneuvering spaces, and the flexibility to adapt to any industrial or...

Coslada DC4

Coslada DC4

Coslada, Spain

1,350 SQM available in a fenced park with security. Access to the Mortorway A-2 (Madrid-Barcelona) and motorway N-21 and M-24. Located 5km from the...

Coslada DC5

Coslada DC5

Coslada, Spain

5,222 SQM in a fenced park with security. Access to the A-2 (Madrid- Barcelona), motorway N-21 and M-24. Located 5km from the city of Madrid.

Madrid Contact for Industrial Property

Manuel Hurtado de Amezaga
Leasing Officer
+34 680 66 30 06

What is Industrial Property?

Industrial property is a class of real estate, much like residential, commercial and retail—albeit a bit less glamorous. It doesn’t command the same center-stage attention as other types of real estate, such as residential developments or commercial officer towers. But industrial property—which includes distribution, manufacturing, production, storage and research and development facilities in Madrid—is a key link in the global supply chain and a sought-after investment that generates strong and predictable cash flows.

Without the warehouse spaces and logistics distribution centers in Madrid, which are key industrial property types, the global economy couldn’t function. Well-located industrial property with easy and efficient connections to vital transit routes makes consumption, e-commerce and trade possible.

What are the major factors that drive demand for industrial property?

First, there’s consumption. Industrial property is essential to the movement of goods across geographies to end consumers in Madrid. Then, there’s trade. Industrial property is a key component of trade everywhere, helping to ensure the efficient flow of goods from makers to markets. Rising trade volumes are facilitated by the interconnected web of manufacturers, shippers, truckers, distributors, retailers and industrial properties, which together comprise the global supply chain. As companies reshape their supply chains to compete in the 21st century, they turn to high-quality, well-located, efficient industrial properties to better serve their customers, ensure operational efficiency and competitive advantage.

Aren’t e-commerce companies big users of industrial property?

Yes. Simply put, no e-commerce company can function without the right industrial property. Industrial property isn’t just a quiet place to store goods. Industrial properties are fulfillment and return centers, the launching pads for direct-to-consumer delivery. In many instances in Madrid, the last touch before goods arrive at consumers’ doorsteps is at an industrial property.

Where are industrial property facilities located?

Industrial property can be found on large plots of land near highway junctions, rail terminals, airports, seaports and other key transportation hubs, such as Madrid. But as e-commerce continues to grow, it is more common to see industrial property occupying smaller footprints in infill locations near large population centers like Madrid.

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Prologis Portfolio of Industrial Properties in Madrid

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Madrid, Spain’s Business and Political Capital

Madrid, the capital of Spain, has an urban area population of 3.3 million and a metropolitan area population of 6.5 million. It is the third-largest city in Europe and represents about 20 percent of Spain’s GDP.

Several of Spain’s largest companies, including Telefónica and Iberia Airlines, are based in Madrid. Madrid’s economy is primarily driven...