IDI Logistics is known for delivering best-in-class logistics buildings in the most cost-effective way possible. We use high-quality materials and sustainable initiatives to add value and bottom-line savings through reduced operating costs and increased energy efficiency.

Our exceptional service from site identification to project completion helps develop economically viable buildings on time and on budget, every time.


IDI Logistics has focused exclusively on industrial real estate for over 35 years. Our experts have developed over 190 million square feet of property for more than 700 customers across North America.


Our Innovative Approach

IDI Logistics is one of the few companies that not only develop buildings but also owns and operates industrial space.

Through real-world experience, we understand the complete life cycle of buildings: how much they cost, how they’re constructed, how they operate, and how they age.


IDI Logistics is a pioneer in environmentally sustainable and affordable “eco-warehouse” development, setting the standard for the industry. Our sustainability initiatives contribute to a greener world and offer distinct advantages to the customers and communities we serve.

As a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, IDI Logistics participates in the LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program, which certifies buildings that achieve specific sustainability benchmarks.

In 2023, IDI Logistics was recognized as Gold Level Green Lease Leader by the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Better Buildings Alliance. Launched in 2014, Green Lease Leaders sets standards for what constitutes a green lease, while recognizing landlords and tenants who modernize their leases to spur collaborative action on energy efficiency, cost-savings, air quality improvement, and sustainability in buildings.

USGBC & Green Lease

We proudly design and develop our buildings to:

  • Reduce energy and water usage
  • Increase biodiversity
  • Optimize the use of natural light
  • Use recycled and recyclable natural materials
  • Save operating costs
  • Meet or exceed LEED® (Leadership in Energy Environmental Design) standards