Industrial Real Estate 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...

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 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...

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...

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 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 Real Estate

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

What is Industrial Real Estate?

Industrial real estate is an umbrella term for the research, development, construction and maintenance of distribution facilities. While industrial real estate is sometimes overshadowed by glitzier sectors, such as residential, commercial and retail, industrial properties are an essential enabler of global commerce and a resilient, income-generating asset class.

Industrial real estate makes the global economy hum. Well-located, high-quality industrial real estate keeps the world’s supply chains working, enabling the efficient movement of goods—including next-day and same-day delivery—from makers to markets in Madrid.

Aren’t industrial real estate facilities like warehouses mostly used for storing stuff?

No. Most industrial real estate facilities are dedicated to keeping the world’s goods in motion. Very few of the goods in industrial real estate buildings are in storage. Where industrial real estate warehouse spaces are used as distribution centers, their contents are in motion from one location to the next—to retail stores, businesses or end consumers via e-commerce fulfillment channels. Where industrial real estate is used for manufacturing, operations are often tuned for just-in-time production and immediate distribution that keeps pace with end-user demand—which means little inventory sits in storage.

What drives demand for industrial real estate in Madrid?

Consumption is the main driver of industrial real estate demand, which comes as no surprise because consumption accounts for the majority of all economic activity. Then there’s supply chain modernization: in many markets including developing markets, companies are upgrading from smaller, outdated industrial real estate facilities to newer, larger distribution centers with modern features. At the same time, consumer expectations of next-day and same-day delivery drive demand for infill distribution facilities proximate to major population centers. Trade is another driver of demand. Industrial real estate facilities are a key component of the global trading system, allowing the convenient and efficient movement of goods through the supply chain to end consumers. Across all geographies, as the relative attractiveness of manufacturing locations and transit routes shifts, as new consumer markets rise to prominence, and as same-day and next-day delivery become the new normal, companies adjust nodes in their supply chains, stimulating demand for new industrial real estate buildings in Madrid.

Where are industrial real estate facilities located?

There are two basic location strategies for industrial real estate. Many industrial real estate warehouses are located adjacent to key transportation hubs—seaports, highways, rail junctions and airports. Increasingly, in response to burgeoning e-commerce and consumer demand for same-day and next-day fulfillment, industrial real estate facilities are located in infill locations within or proximate to large population centers, such as Madrid.

Who has the largest portfolio of industrial real estate?

Prologis, a publicly held company based in San Francisco, is the world’s largest owner, manager and investor in industrial real estate with more than $77 billion in assets. The company has global reach with 687 million square feet in 3,307 facilities spread throughout 19 countries on four continents. The company has industrial real estate operations in countries that represent more than 70 percent of global GDP. Many of the world’s largest retailers and manufacturers are numbered among Prologis’ 5,200 customers.

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Prologis Portfolio of Industrial Real Estate 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...