Breadth + Depth

Cabot Properties operates domestically and internationally with strategically located properties in major urban markets.

Target Markets

United States

  • Los Angeles
  • New Jersey/NY
  • Dallas
  • Chicago
  • Atlanta
  • Eastern Pennsylvania
  • Houston
  • South Florida
  • Baltimore/DC
  • Seattle
  • San Francisco
  • Phoenix
  • Denver
  • Boston
  • Central Pennsylvania
  • San Diego
  • Orlando
  • Tampa
  • Charlotte
  • Indianapolis
  • Columbus
  • Cincinnati
  • Minneapolis
  • Nashville


  • United Kingdom
  • Netherlands
  • Germany
  • Australia
  • Canada


  • Boston
  • Los Angeles
  • Munich
  • Atlanta
  • Amsterdam
  • Sydney
  • Chicago
  • London
  • Tokyo
  • Dallas

Market Case Studies

Current Buildings Under ManagementPreviously Owned


Chicago is home to 9.5 million people, the third largest metropolitan GDP in the US and one of the busiest airports worldwide in O’Hare International. Given its central geographic location, Chicago also plays a vital role in the US distribution network with the largest US rail system and well-connected highway infrastructure. The ‘Chicagoland’ metropolitan area is the second largest logistics market in the US, containing 920 million square feet of inventory and major industrial submarkets include the area surrounding O’Hare International as well as I-55 corridor.

Cabot Activity since 1986
Invested: $2.0 billion
Square Feet: 29 million square feet
Number of properties: 169


The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex boasts a diverse economy and is one of the fastest growing large metropolitan areas in the country. Ranking second for cumulative revenue from Fortune 500 companies, its business-friendly climate and lower cost of living are leading factors influencing corporate relocations. Dallas’ centralized geographic location and first-class highway system allows for efficient local, regional, and national distribution. With over 790 million square feet of logistics stock, industrial real estate activity in Dallas continues to flourish, driven by consistently strong occupier demand.

Cabot Activity since 1986
Invested: $1.8 billion
Square Feet: 31 million square feet
Number of properties: 194

Los Angeles

With a population of just under 18 million people, the Los Angeles region is responsible for $1.1 trillion in GDP, the third largest global economy. In addition to its world-renowned media and entertainment industries, LA plays a major role in the global supply chain, relying on the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, which see the highest shipping volumes in the country. Together, the Inland Empire and Los Angeles/Orange County make up over 1.4 billion square feet of industrial stock and continue to have one of the nation’s lowest vacancy rates.

Cabot Activity since 1986
Invested: ~$1.5 billion
Square Feet: ~18 million square feet
Number of properties: 141

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is the fifth largest global economy with a GDP of $2.6 trillion and a population of roughly 70 million people. The country is experiencing high rates of eCommerce penetration, which has positively influenced the logistics sector. The Midlands, consisting of East and West Midlands, make up the largest logistics market in the United Kingdom, amounting to 600 million square feet of inventory. Along with its centralized location, the region’s well-constructed infrastructure plays a major role in the country’s distribution network.

Cabot Activity since 1986
Invested: $755 million
Square Feet: 6.2 million square feet
Number of properties: 64