Our Strategic Capital business offers institutional investors a unique opportunity to invest with Prologis, the global leader in logistics real estate. Benefitting from the scale and scope of the Prologis platform, each of our ten vehicles are focused on delivering industry-leading, risk-adjusted returns with a superior investor experience.
Strategic Capital in Numbers
- $75B Assets Under Management
- 531 Million Square Feet
- 2,401 Buildings
- 17 Countries
- 10 Number of Funds
Assets Under Management: Representing 50% of Prologis’ total AUM.
Why Invest With Prologis?
Prologis leverages its distinct corporate structure and industry-leading position to deliver substantial added value to our investors, as evidenced by our proven investment track record.
- Owner/Operator Model We directly manage the entire lifecycle of our properties and streamline services and support for our customers.
- Customer Centricity We build lifelong partnerships with our customers. We listen, learn and use the power of our scale to solve our customers' pain points and offer value beyond the real estate.
- Access to Proprietary Pipeline Our open-end funds have periodic access to newly developed, income-producing assets from Prologis.
- Scale Our global scale allows us to offer our customers a wide array of unique real estate solutions, while generating operational efficiencies for our business.
- Sector Specialization Investing in, owning and operating logistics real estate properties is Prologis’ only business – we benefit from a concentrated focus with clear objectives.
- ESG Leadership From building certifications to carbon strategies, labor solutions to solar development, Prologis is a leader in delivering tangible ESG solutions and value to all of our stakeholders.
Prologis is resolute in aligning its interests with our investors’ and has established a number of measures to ensure alignment over the long term.
- Co-Investment Prologis is a material investor in each of its Strategic Capital funds, with co-investment levels ranging from 15 to 55 percent. As a general partner, Prologis provides investors security through its durable, A-rated balance sheet, best-in-class portfolio and customer-centric focus.
- One-Portfolio Policy Prologis operates on an ownership-blind basis, which allows the teams on the ground to focus on creating operational excellence across all funds and ventures.
- Allocation Policy A rotational policy has also been included to ensure consistency of deployment across ownership. Generally, the REIT will not compete with any Fund or venture for an investment opportunity. When a property is within a Fund’s investment guidelines, it is generally allocated to the Fund, not the REIT.
Global Logistics Real Estate Outlook
Prologis’ in-house Research team combines information from our proprietary, global industry dataset along with insights from leaders across multiple disciplines to keep you up-to-date on the logistics real estate industry.
Watch the latest Global Logistics Real Estate Outlook video from our Research team.
Prologis Targeted U.S. Logistics Fund
Region: United States
Prologis Co-Investment: 26.3%
Prologis European Logistics Fund
Prologis Co-Investment: 24.3%
Prologis China Core Logistics Fund
Prologis Co-Investment: 15.8%
|Co-Investment Venture / Fund||Formed||Type | Structure||Strategy||Region|
|Prologis European Logistics Partners||2013||Private JV | Closed||Core||Europe|
|Prologis UK Logistics Venture||2017||Private JV | Closed||Core and Development||Europe|
|Prologis China Logistics Ventures||2011||Private JV | Closed||Development||China|
|Prologis U.S. Logistics Venture||2014||Private JV | Closed||Core||United States|
|Prologis Brazil Logistics Venture||2019||Private JV | Closed||Core and Development||Brazil|
|FIBRA Prologis*||2014||Public | Open||Core||Mexico|
|Nippon Prologis REIT**||2013||Public | Open||Core||Japan|
**Trades on the Tokyo Stock Exchange
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