A part of France’s backbone
We currently own 150 properties throughout France. Most of our portfolio is focused around major cities such as Lille, Paris and Lyon which form the country’s critical logistics backbone. The area stretches from Lille down to Marseille and represents 70% of the logistics demand in the country.
We cover all of France
From Lille, Lyon, Marseille to the Atlantic arch of Bordeaux, Tolouse and Nantes. We’ve got properties all across the country, close to large cities and major local communities alike.
Population: 66,9 m*
GDP/capita: 36 060 EUR*
*Source of information: Countryeconomy.com and OECD
Properties in France
A pick of our properties
Our properties can be found in strategic infill locations at the edge of cities. A diverse portfolio means we can meet any space requirements you might have. The rest is taken care of by our dedicated staff, who are there to provide you with best-in-class service.
Lyon North, Lyon
Excellently located just 35 km North of Lyon, 2 km from the A6 and 50 km from Lyon St Exupéry Airport. This prime 23 088 sqm property makes deliveries to Lyon and surrounding areas fast and efficient.
West 1, Lille
This logistics property consists of two buildings of approx. 13 000 sqm and 32 000 sqm respectively. It is situated one kilometre from A25/E42 and just 5 km from Lille Airport. Just one of our many well-connected properties across the country.
Would you like to learn more?
If you're interested in doing business together or simply want to find out more information about Mileway, we're always happy to help. Send us an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.AM.FR@mileway.com
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Country Director France
Mr. Fridrici has over 17 years experience in the industry and before joining Mileway in March 2020, he served as Regional Director France at SEGRO for 10 years. In this role, he oversaw asset and property management, marketing and communications. Fabien has worked in a number of dynamic real estate markets, including Chicago, Hong Kong and Paris. From 2003, he spent 7 years at JLL, including as Head of Industrial Assets.