Logistics Space in San Francisco

Prologis San Leandro

Prologis San Leandro

San Leandro, California

This industrial warehouse facility is 101,880 SF (9,465 SQM). Special features include energy efficient lighting and skylights for enhanced indoor...

Oakland Global Logistics Center 1

Oakland Global Logistics Center 1

Oakland, California

±256,136 SF cross loading, State-of-the-Art Warehouse. Situated on ±16.12 acres. Office to Suit. 179 auto spaces. 56 dock high loading positions. 4...

San Francisco Contact for Logistics Space

Elizabeth Kauchak
Market Officer

What is logistics space?

Logistics spaces are a crucial part of our world’s distribution systems. Logistics spaces are the warehouses, distribution and fulfillment centers located in San Francisco that goods move through as they make their way from makers to markets. Whether it is grocery stores keeping shelves stocked, factories receiving supplies or e-commerce companies shipping packages to millions of consumers in San Francisco and beyond, well-located logistics space is essential.

Where is logistics space found?

Logistics space can be found in and around major cities and population centers, such as San Francisco. Logistics spaces are often located adjacent to major transportation facilities, such as seaports, railroad terminals, major interstate highways and junctions, and cargo airports.

What distinguishes good logistics space in San Francisco?

Beyond an efficient location, a quality logistics space is usually characterized by attributes that include easy access for trucks, many dock doors, substantial clear heights and sustainable features—particularly lighting, cooling and heating technologies that aid operational efficiency.

What role does logistics space play in e-commerce in San Francisco?

Increasingly, companies are locating logistic spaces in cities and near population centers. Some of these logistic spaces may be smaller, but they are highly effective for last-touch services in a environment where next-day and same-day delivery are increasingly the norm. In some cases, the role of an infill logistics space is to facilitate e-commerce. As the e-commerce sector evolves, more logistic spaces in San Francisco function as e-commerce distribution centers, from which employees prepare individual shipments and handle returns.

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Prologis Portfolio of Logistics Space in San Francisco

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San Francisco Bay Area, Industrial Gateway to the Pacific and Silicon Valley

The San Francisco Bay Area, which includes Oakland and San Jose, is a vibrant, densely populated, high-income region that serves as the high-technology industry’s global capital. With a population of more than 7 million, it is the nation’s fifth-largest metropolitan area. As such, it is an engine of consumption and an industrial property power...