Prologis announces logistics activity in Europe

Prologis Park Stryków II
During the first half of 2017, the company signed leases and renewals on 2.4 million square metres and started construction on 13 buildings totaling 393,455 square metres.

By 30 June 2017, the company owned or had investments in properties and development projects
in Europe totaling 16.9 million square metres. Occupancy was at 96.2 percent.

“Demand in Europe in the first six months of the year was at its highest level in 10 years,” said Ben Bannatyne, president of Prologis Europe. “We are seeing steady demand from customers across a broad range of sectors. Companies seeking to optimize their distribution operations are restructuring supply chains and location is playing an increasingly important part in their real estate decisions.”

In response to ongoing low supply of Class-A facilities across all markets, Prologis acquired land to extend logistics parks in prime locations, including Prologis Park Bratislava, Slovakia; Prologis Park Tilburg, South Netherlands; and Prologis Park Hemel Hempstead in the UK’s London and South East market.

In the first half of the year, Prologis acquired 138 hectares of development land in Europe, as well as
a portfolio of five fully let buildings totaling 77,000 square metres in Sweden. During the same period, the company disposed of 397,000 square metres in buildings across Europe, along with 32 hectares of land.

Rental growth continued in the first six months of 2017, both in supply constrained markets across Northern Europe and the UK as well as in recovering markets such as Italy, Spain and Hungary. The strongest markets for Prologis Europe during the period were the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Slovakia, Stockholm, Barcelona, Prague and Budapest.

Press release by Prologis. 

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