The Future of Urban Industrial: Georgetown Crossroads Case Study
Session recording from CRE.Insights: The Last Mile, March 5-6, 2018, in Seattle.
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Session audio recordings sponsored by Majestic Realty Co.
As the home of Amazon’s first headquarters, Seattle has seen a massive change in the logistics landscape with both old and new industrial facilities being converted to play a role in the competitive last mile of the supply chain. Analyze costs, trends and customer service issues of the last mile with a focus on Prologis’ Georgetown Crossroads, an innovative industrial development project. Prologis has designed the future of urban industrial facilities with a revolutionary 589,615-square-foot, three-story fulfillment center – the first of its kind to be built in the United States – and what could become the model for modern industrial facility solutions.
Richard Kolpa, Senior Vice President, Market Officer, Prologis
Wilma Warshak, SIOR, Managing Partner, Washington Real Estate Advisors, LLC
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