ProLogis, the leading global provider of distribution facilities, has announced that it has signed first-quarter leases in previously unleased space totaling approximately 113,800 m².
"We are increasingly optimistic about the recovery in the global industrial real estate market," said Gary Anderson, ProLogis' Head of Global Operations.
"Customer confidence continues to improve, and with a prolonged absence of new supply, our high-quality, well-located portfolio of distribution space continues to meet the needs of our customers worldwide. Together, these new leases represent a great start to 2011 leasing activity."
Recent leases were signed in:
- Nagoya, Japan, where ProLogis signed a 57,600-m² agreement with one of its largest global customers. The customer will occupy the space at ProLogis Parc Centrair, a 59,900-m² distribution center, bringing the building to 100% leased.
- Dallas, Texas, United States, where ProLogis signed a 36,600-m² agreement with a large food manufacturer. The customer will occupy the space at ProLogis Park 20/35, located in south Dallas near the intersection of Interstate 20 and Highway 35.
- Chorzow, Poland, where ProLogis signed an 11,300-m² agreement with a tire wholesaler. The customer will occupy the space at ProLogis Park Chorzow, located near Poland's A4 Motorway.
- Bratislava, Slovakia, where ProLogis signed an 8,400-m² agreement with a leading global electronics manufacturer. The customer will occupy the space at ProLogis Park Galanta-Gan, located near the D1 Highway.