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Stockholm is the economic, cultural and political capital of Sweden. It has a metropolitan area population of 2.5 million, about 25 percent of Sweden’s total. Prosperous, densely populated and vibrant, Stockholm is one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe.
Gothenburg is Sweden’s second-largest city and the fifth largest in the Nordic countries. The city has a population of about 580,000 and circa 1 million inhabitants in the metropolitan area. Located on the west coast of Sweden and in the center of Scandinavia, Gothenburg is part of a North Sea axis with the Öresund region of Copenhagen, Denmark,...
Norrköping is about 150 kilometers southwest of Stockholm and 300 kilometers northeast of Gothenburg. The city has an airport and is a favorable location with direct access to the European roads 22 (Malmö, Kalmar, Norrköping) and 4 (Uppsala, Stockholm, Jönköping, Ljungby). The Norrköping municipality has about 137,000 inhabitants.
The Jönköping municipality has approximately 135,000 inhabitants, making it one of the 10 largest cities in Sweden. The region is considered one of the most important logistics areas in South Sweden. A well-developed rail and road network provides quick access to Stockholm, Gothenburg, Jönköping Airport and Copenhagen, Denmark. Eighty percent of...
Retail-to-Logistics Conversion Impact on ‘Last Touch’ Warehouse Supply Seen as Limited, with Shopping Mall Repurposing Most Pronounced
Covid-19 has conflated more than five years of evolution in the retail real estate landscape into less than five months, with the sharp rise in online spending during lockdowns piling pressuring on landlords in the sector to consider conversion of their properties to e-commerce warehouses to meet spiralling demand for high quality and infill logistics space, particularly in the ‘Last Touch®’ or ‘last mile’ distribution areas of urban conurbations.
Prologis has published an in-depth analysis that examines how the company’s business operations contribute directly to the global economy
The pandemic has accelerated changes in the retail environment, bringing significant implications for logistics real estate. In this installment, we...
In the fifth installment of our special series on COVID-19 and its implications for logistics real estate, we quantify the potential increase in long...
Prologis Research has published the fourth installment in their series regarding COVID-19 and its implications for logistics real estate. This report...