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Prologis Europe is pleased to share this recap of its third quarter 2023 activity. This summary includes operating performance highlights and insights into select milestones and achievements.

Ben Bannatyne, President, Prologis Europe:
“As customer demand normalised to pre-COVID levels, our portfolio remains 97.7% leased; with Germany and the Netherlands being the strongest markets and softer demand in Central Europe. We remain focused on capturing our embedded lease mark-to-market AND building out our land bank through our industry-leading balance sheet into a favourable future supply environment while partnering with our customers to address their most critical pain points” 

Operating Performance – Third Quarter 2023:

  • Total portfolio: 21.3 million sqm
  • Third quarter total leasing activity: 750,860 sqm: 
    • 180,275 sqm new leases
    • 570,585 sqm renewals
  • Occupancy: 97.7%
  • Rent change: 17.1 %*

Operating Performance Central Europe & Poland – Third Quarter 2023:

  • CE total portfolio: 4,91 million square meters
  • Third quarter total leasing activity: 213,425 square metres: 
    • 36,256 square metres new leases
    • 135,236 square metres renewals
    • 41,933 square metres short term contracts
  • Occupancy: 96.0%
  • Poland total portfolio: 2,38 million square meters
  • Third quarter total leasing activity: 137,946 square metres:
    • 30,808 square metres new leases
    • 67,345 square metres renewals
    • 37,793 square meters short term contracts
  • Occupancy: 93.7%

rent change is based on commencement dates

Leasing Highlights:

  • 52,659 sqm at Prologis Park Eindhoven DC1, in the Netherlands.
  • 19,278 sqm at Prologis Park Paris Nord II DC5, in France.
  • 15,400 sqm at Prologis Park Hamburg Alterwerden DC1, in Germany.
  • 10,766 sqm at Prologis Park Teresin DC1A, in Poland.
  • 9,003 sqm at Prologis Park Bochum DC1B, in Germany.

Capital Deployment – Third Quarter 2023

Q3 2023 has seen a total of 82,118 sqm development starts across 4 locations in Europe. 

  • 47,239 sqm in Prologis Park Breda DC4, in the Netherlands.
  • 19,068 sqm in Prologis Park Jönköping DC2, in Sweden.
  • 13,200 sqm in Prologis Park Lodi DC6, in Italy.
  • 2,611 sqm in Prologis Park Dawley Road Hayes DC7, in the United Kingdom.


  • In the third quarter of 2023, Prologis Europe acquired one 20,217 sqm building in the Netherlands, and 4 land acquisitions totalling 433,553 sqm in the Netherlands, Italy and the UK.


  • In the third quarter, Prologis Europe disposed of one 6,800 sqm parcel of land in Spain.


Additional insight from Ben Bannatyne, president, Prologis Europe:

Our third quarter 2023 performance concurs with our recent research, ‘Four forces shaping the logistics real estate cycle’, which finds that service levels are fuelling demand again. We’re seeing that our customer network expansion needs are rooted in being able to offer speed of delivery and a large range of product choices to the end consumer.

We continue to remain steadfast in our ability to provide customers with more than logistics real estate—from our build-to-suit capabilities to our Essentials platform, offering flexible and scalable complete turnkey warehouse solutions at any point of the customer’s journey, regardless of where they are.

We look back at our very successful GROUNDBREAKERS 2023. Insights in automation and AI, today’s workforce and innovations in fleet electrification and energy were discussed by industry leaders and are available on-demand now on our website. On October 2, 2024, we will bring the next signature thought-leadership event, GROUNDBREAKERS 2024, to Europe for the first time. The movers and shakers of the industry will come together in London, and online, to share insights on the hottest topics defining the supply chain of the future.

Additional Resources/Insights:


Prologis, Inc. is the global leader in logistics real estate with a focus on high-barrier, high-growth markets. At September 30, 2023, the company owned or had investments in, on a wholly owned basis or through co-investment ventures, properties and development projects expected to total approximately 1.2 billion square feet (114 million square metres) in 19 countries. Prologis leases modern logistics facilities to a diverse base of approximately 6,700 customers principally across two major categories: business-to-business and retail/online fulfilment.

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