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Logistics Real Estate Markets that Matter
Paris, with a population of 12.5 million consumers, is one of Europe’s largest logistics markets. The city accounts for one-third of France’s total GDP.
A thriving center of global commerce, Paris serves as headquarters to 25 Fortune 500 companies, the third-highest concentration after Tokyo and Beijing. As such, much of the demand for logistics...
Le Havre, a city of 175,000 in France’s Normandy region, is a vital port. The Seine river empties into the Atlantic at Le Havre, 134 miles northwest of Paris.
Behind Marseille, Le Havre is the country’s second-largest port by tonnage. In 2015, Le Havre handled 2.6 million TEUs of cargo, making it the fifth-busiest port in Europe. Le Havre accounts...
Lille is France’s fourth-largest city and the largest city in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. Close to the border of Belgium and just 70 miles from Brussels, Lille has a population of about 1 million.
Euralille, a large urban renewal project that has grown into France’s third-largest business district, sits at the junction of the passenger train...
Orléans, 70 miles south of Paris, has a metropolitan area population of almost 273,000. Employment in the region is driven primarily by pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and agriculture.
A cosmopolitan and historic port city, Marseille is France’s gateway to the Mediterranean and an important center for logistics. Marseille is France’s second-largest metropolitan area with more than 1.7 million residents.
Marseille derives much of its economic strength from its bustling port. Tourism, trade and exports are among the city’s leading...
Lyon has a population of 1.3 million, and the greater metropolitan area has a population of 2.2 million, making it France’s third-largest city. The region is Europe’s fifth-largest economy in terms of total GDP.
Lyon is France’s second most important industrial and financial sector. After Paris, it is the most popular city for foreign investors....
Featured Logistics Real Estate Properties
This 320,226 SF (29,780 SQM) warehouse designed with sustainable features meets the High Quality Environmental (HQE) standard for new buildings.
Built in 2003, Clésud DC4 is a 26,040 SQM logistics facility divided into four units. It is part of a nine-building, fully enclosed, guarded park that...
Built in 2003, Le Havre DC3 is a five-unit 31,868 SQM distribution facility in Prologis Park Le Havre, which is located along the A131 motorway (Paris...