“Nothing is lost,
nothing is created,
everything is transformed.”

Antoine Lavoisier

“Nothing is lost,
nothing is created,
everything is transformed.”

Antoine Lavoisier

“Nothing is lost,
nothing is created,
everything is transformed.”

Antoine Lavoisier

CORSALIS is a Real Estate Company specialising in logistics and urban distribution

Foremost among our concerns is responding to the needs of end-users and making property a low-impact concept on the environment and at a societal level. These principles are guarantors of the assets’ sustainability and maximise their value over the long term. We take a 360° view on property or development projects, whether situated in the city centre, on the outskirts or in non-urban zones.

At each stage of the property’s life cycle, we provide a suitable offering, centred upon integrating logistics into towns.

CORSALIS
Logistics Real Estate

  • Design and development of logistics warehouses and urban distribution solutions for users or investors
  • Renovation/
    redevelopment of existing buildings or brownfield sites

CORSALIS
Asset Management

  • Warehouse portfolio management on behalf of third parties

CORSALIS
Energy

  • Advice on developing photovoltaic installations on planned or existing logistics, industrial or commercial buildings

CORSALIS Logistics Real Estate

  • Design and development of logistics warehouses and urban distribution solutions for users or investors
  • Renovation/
    redevelopment of existing buildings or brownfield sites

CORSALIS Asset Management

  • Warehouse portfolio management on behalf of third parties

CORSALIS Energy

  • Advice on developing photovoltaic installations on planned or existing logistics, industrial or commercial buildings

Our team

Rémi Goléger

Managing Partner

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Fabio Coppo

Managing Partner | MRICS

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Meriem Belabdi

Office Manager

Sophia Trabelsi

Financial Analyst

Nicolas Borrelli

Development Manager

Jean-Denis Abouna

Finance Intern

Quentin Damiron

Development Intern

“The difficulty lies not so much in developing new ideas as in escaping from old ones.”

John Maynard Keynes

Our approach

Adopting a 360° methodology

Within our policy of making an overall assessment of buildings or projects under our care, we take a 360° approach.

We guarantee the interests of the parties involved, by increasing the value of assets over time. All actors are involved :

The owner, investor or tenant in aspects relating to liquidity, sustainability and robustness of construction.

The occupier or operator in aspects connected to the building’s general functioning or its capacity to adapt to changes in logistical processes and regulations.

Residents or public bodies in aspects relating to architectural quality and limiting the pollution that would be caused by working from the property.

The environment in aspects linked with energy efficiency, preserving and developing biodiversity, the workforce’s quality of life, reducing carbon footprint or the building’s purpose becoming reversible.

The owner, investor or tenant in aspects relating to liquidity, sustainability and robustness of construction.

The occupier or operator in aspects connected to the building’s general functioning or its capacity to adapt to changes in logistical processes and regulations.

Residents or public bodies in aspects relating to architectural quality and limiting the pollution that would be caused by working from the property.

The environment in aspects linked with energy efficiency, preserving and developing biodiversity, the workforce’s quality of life, reducing carbon footprint or the building’s purpose becoming reversible.

We also provide support to public bodies and other authorities with their goods flow management policies and relocation plans.

Our vision

Sustainably contemplate
a building value over time

The asset value of any building used for logistics or distribution may only be sustainably acquired, if its design, development and management are focussed on the fundamentals.

The response to the end-user’s operational requirements

  • General functioning of the site and adaptability to changes in the operator’s activities.
  • An understanding of the building’s role inside the logistical chain.

The building’s environmental footprint, with consideration to social challenges

  • Safety and well-being of the occupants.
  • Sustainability and virtuous impact of the building on its immediate environment (residents, public bodies, region and energy requirements).

Asset management for the long term

  • Constructive solutions with robust and innovative technologies to limit and delay obsolescence.
  • Reversibility

Contact us

CORSALIS Logistics Real Estate

info@corsalis.com

16, rue Dumont d’Urville – 75116 Paris

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16, rue Dumont d’Urville
75116 Paris-France
info@corsalis.com

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