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Prologis, Inc. is the global leader in logistics real estate with a focus on high-barrier, high-growth markets. Prologis leases modern distribution facilities to a diverse base of approximately 5,200 customers across two major categories: business-to-business and retail/online fulfillment.
  • REITworks Panel Reviews Board Best Practices for Navigating the Current Market

    Boards should be “extremely engaged right now,” Green Street’s Cedrik Lachance says.

     

  • 8/3/2020

    REITs Lend a Helping Hand During Pandemic

    REITs have stepped up in a variety of ways to help their employees, tenants, and communities during the coronavirus crisis.

  • 7/30/2020

    Prologis CEO Expects Shift Away from Lean Supply Chain Strategy Post-COVID

    Hamid Moghadam also sees land constraints in major metropolitan markets.

     

  • 7/27/2020

    Names to Note: July/August 2020

    People making news in the REIT and publicly traded real estate industry.

  • REITs and Social Justice

    As REITs respond to social and racial injustice, Nareit will track the efforts across the commercial real estate industry.

  • 6/4/2020

    Prologis Anticipates Being Well-Positioned with Customers Post-COVID-19

    COO Gary Anderson said Prologis has invested in digital infrastructure and its customers throughout the pandemic.

  • How REITS are Helping Reopen the Economy Safely

    As the REIT and commercial real estate industry turns its focus to the responsible reopening of the U.S. economy, Nareit will be actively participating and sharing regular updates here on reopenings.

  • 4/6/2020

    Prologis CEO Expects Businesses to Operate with Higher Inventory Levels Post-Crisis

    Hamid Moghadam says the advantage of supply chain resilience is “becoming pretty obvious.”

  • REITs in the Community: Response to Coronavirus

    See how Nareit member companies are working to minimize disruption caused by COVID-19.

  • 3/18/2020

    Prologis Sees Structural Changes to Logistics Real Estate in Wake of Coronavirus

    Prologis’ Chris Caton says investors are likely to respond to long-term demand drivers.

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