The investment is the latest in a series of acquisitions and speculative constructions carried out by Prologis in the Nordic market. As a leading supplier of logistics properties, Prologis owns 34 high-quality warehouses and distribution centers in the Nordic region. The planned Rosersberg DC4 property will now further strengthen the company's presence, in the Nordic region as well as in Sweden and in the strategically important Stockholm region.

"This transaction gives us the opportunity to acquire one of the last plots in Rosersberg, which is the most established logistics park in Stockholm and all of Sweden. This deal will not only increase our footprint in this high-quality multimodal park, but will, given the prevailing land shortages and low vacancy rates, also put us in a strong position for tenant inquiries," says Caroline Nirberg, market officer at Prologis Norden.

New construction with a focus on sustainabilityAs an example of the company's high sustainability ambitions, Prologis Norden evaluates all new construction by BREEAM, the Building Research Establishment's Environmental Assessment Method. Rosersberg DC4 will be built in accordance with BREAAM's "Very Good" standard. In addition, the new construction is climate-compensated via the organization Cool Earth, which protects endangered rainforest.

Rosersberg is the most established logistics hub in the region and excels in the Nordic logistics market with its strategic position. With only 10 kilometers to Arlanda Airport, 34 kilometers to Värtahamnen and with the E4 right next door, the park's tenants are offered good opportunities to effectively reach customers in the Nordic region and throughout Europe.

In the deal, Prologis has been advised by DLA Piper.