When it comes to industrial property, Duke Realty offers e-commerce and supply chain companies a crucial edge. We own and build facilities up to 1.2+ million square feet, in key distribution locations. Because we own our buildings long-term, we develop to ensure the highest, long-lasting quality. And we maintain strong relationships with our clients throughout their lease terms and beyond.

E-Commerce Expertise

Duke Realty is an e-commerce-preferred developer, working with many of today’s logistics leaders to help them maximize their product storage and distribution. With properties in the country’s busiest and most strategic locations, we have the team, the resources, and the expertise to offer the most efficient e-commerce facilities in the business.

Watch the video to find out what our clients—like Amazon, Weber-Stephen, Carter’s, and Dick’s—already know: Duke Realty can help position your company for e-commerce success. And learn the latest way we’re helping our industrial clients thrive.

  • High-quality, state-of-the-art bulk warehouse and distribution buildings
  • Industry-leading building features such as higher clear heights (as tall as 40′), wider bay widths (as large as 56′ x 60′), more dock-high and drive-in doors, thicker floors, greater electrical power, and fencing and security stations
  • Buildings and land located in top-tier logistics markets, near key trucking, rail, air, and shipping corridors

Industrial Capabilities

Efficiency is the key to successful commerce and distribution. Duke Realty’s fully integrated development, construction and leasing teams help e-commerce companies get the right products to the right markets—fast. We offer:

  • Clear heights up to 40 feet
  • Wide column spacing
  • Dock doors with pneumatic levelers, bumpers, and lights
  • Thick floor slabs for heavier loads
  • Heavy electrical power services
  • LED lights
  • Skylights
  • Clerestory Windows
  • Air conditioning
  • Larger office areas
  • Early access for build outs of mezzanines and installation of material handling equipment
  • Locations in top-tier logistics markets, and near key trucking, rail, air, and shipping corridors