Prologis in the News

Corporate News

New Warehouse Supply Projected to Exceed Demand Over Next Two Years

Wall Street Journal: “Higher replacement costs, land scarcity and elongated permitting remain governors to supply,” Thomas Olinger, the finance chief at Prologis Inc., the biggest owner and developer of industrial real estate in the U.S., told analysts.

Corporate News

Who Are The 100 Most Sustainable Companies Of 2020?

Forbes: A ranking of the organizations doing the most to embrace sustainable business practices was revealed Tuesday at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Corporate News

Barron's Best Income Investments for 2020

Barron's: Industrial REITs were standouts. Warehouse leader Prologis (PLD) gained 50%, as investors sought direct plays on the e-commerce boom.

Industry Innovation

Logistics, E-commerce Bolster Sustainability

Commercial Property Executive: New research from Prologis indicates that more environmentally friendly transportation helps render e-commerce-driven logistics real estate more sustainable than other CRE sectors. 

Industry Innovation

The future of last-mile logistics takes shape

DC Velocity: From light-industrial properties to large multistory facilities, the urban logistics real-estate landscape is changing as shippers get a handle on the best warehousing strategies to tackle their "last-touch" challenges.

Corporate News

Prologis Increases Development Capacity in China to $3.5B

Commercial Property Executive: Prologis Inc. has just made a couple of major moves in China. The logistics real estate giant has announced the expansion of Prologis China Logistics Venture 3 to approximately $3.5 billion and the creation of Prologis China Core Logistics Fund LP, a $1.7 billion open-ended investment vehicle.