Building for your future
We always put the customer first. You can leverage our scale and flexibility as you design your custom-built solution.
Speculative development lets us deliver buildings to market wherever there’s a need—or where we anticipate a need will be—in key established locations around the world.
We are dedicated to certifiably sustainable design in all new buildings and to helping customers upgrade older ones. Our facilities are aimed at reducing energy consumption, waste and an area’s carbon footprint.
We're built better to build better
The quality of our developments speak for themselves. By adhering to these four key tenets, we ensure that our construction process delivers the same high standards every time.
We enthusiastically incorporate technology to make our buildings better. With our smart buildings, it's easier to modify, change, build and do real-time monitoring while also using data and cloud computing to help you make more informed decisions faster.
We constantly push to improve the efficiency, technology, sustainability and safety of our buildings. Why? Because along with things like design optimizations, modular buildings and innovations in building materials, it makes our buildings better—and our customers' lives easier.
Our scale has helped us build trusted relationships with global suppliers and best-in-class service providers that deliver to customers at a local level. That means you get a resilient supply chain that provides certainty of materials delivery, even when the supply is strained.
We're quick, but we never hurry. Because we understand that time is money, our dedicated efficiency experts are always looking for ways to simplify and optimize the build process to deliver our quality buildings faster than ever thought possible.
Global Development Success Stories
Prologis delivered a 36,700 square meter build-to-suit extension for current park customer Coolblue, one of the largest online retailers in the Benelux, at Prologis Park Tilburg.
Prologis Park Tsukuba 2, located in the greater Tokyo market, is a four-story 110,800 sqm distribution facility completed in September 2020.
Order fulfillment is demanding all year for e-commerce customers, but the holiday shopping season is particularly challenging.