Warehouse Space in San Francisco

Prologis San Leandro

Prologis San Leandro

San Leandro, United States

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, United States

±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 Leandro 18

San Leandro 18

San Leandro , United States

±53,988 SF (Potentially divisible to ±36,127 SF & ±17,861 SF). ±6,488 SF of Office. ±24’ Clear Height. 20’ x 50’ Column Spacing. 9 Dock High Doors. 3...

Haywayrd Commerce Center 04

Hayward Commerce Center 04

Hayward, United States

±29,000 SF. ±2,385 SF office. 24 ft. clearance. 4 docks. 2 grade level doors. 33/3,750 SF GPM fire sprinkler calculation. Energy Efficient lighting....

Union City 10

Union City 10

Union City, United States

±135,860 SF Available. Office: ±7,500 SF, ±1,250 SF warehouse office & restroom core. Loading: 20 dock high doors, 4 grade level doors. Clear Height:...

San Francisco Contact for Warehouse Space

Elizabeth Kauchak
Market Officer
510-661-4008

What is warehouse space?

Warehouses space is a crucial but often overlooked component of the world’s logistics and distribution systems. Warehouses are the buildings located in San Francisco that goods pass through as they make their way from makers to markets. Whether auto parts manufacturers are shipping goods to stores, e-commerce companies are shipping packages to their millions of customers, or toy retailers are curating just the right variety of merchandise in advance of the holiday season in San Francisco, warehouse space is essential to the supply chain. Goods could not make their way from manufacturers to markets were it not for strategically located warehouses.

Where is warehouse space found?

Warehouse space can be found in and around major cities and population centers like San Francisco. Warehouse space is often constructed near major transportation arteries like seaports and railroad freight terminals. It’s common to find warehouse space where major interstate highways come together, so that trucks can move goods to end consumers efficiently.

What distinguishes good warehouse space in San Francisco?

Beyond strategic location, effective warehouse spaces have several key characteristics. They have many easily-accessible maximum-height dock doors for efficient pick-up and delivery of goods. They have sustainable features that improve operational efficiencies for their occupiers. They are designed for resilience to improve performance in the event of a weather-related event or natural disaster. Warehouse spaces in San Francisco are often equipped with efficient lighting, heating and cooling systems. Many warehouses even have rooftop solar panels to produce clean, renewable energy.

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

Increasingly, companies are locating their warehouse spaces in cities and near other large population centers. Smaller warehouses in more densely populated areas serve a somewhat different function than larger spaces located in more remote areas. Often, the role of an infill warehouse is to facilitate last touch delivery. As consumers increasingly expect same day and next day delivery, and as e-commerce gains market share, more companies are seeking spaces closer to population centers in San Francisco.

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Prologis Portfolio of Warehouse 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...