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29th April 2021

Altarea et Corsalis développent conjointement un site logistique à Paris



June 2, 2022

Shopping centers as urban logistics relays

To meet the requirements of the last mile of delivery, better than distant and large warehouses, the network of shopping centers can be a valuable relay.

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Largo Consumo

April 29, 2022

CORSALIS also focuses on urban logistics in Italy

Making deliveries more efficient, especially in the last mile, but also recovering and modernizing often unused buildings with a view to sustainability: this is how CORSALIS is developing the concept of urban logistics and distribution in Italy too.

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LC Publishing Group Mag

April 2022

For new consumption models

Fabio Coppo, co-founder of CORSALIS Italia, in MAG: “Logistics activities increasingly need premises in the city, in residential and high consumption areas”.

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March-April 2022

Urban logistics, between immediate needs and long-term solutions

In terms of real estate solutions and logistics and urban projects, there is room for players with varied profiles,” says Rémi Goléger. The associate director of CORSALIS points out that, in parallel with the “major transformations thought out for metropolises” which “are part of a long period.”

Le Figaro Immobilier EN

Le Figaro Immobilier

February 12, 2022

When urban logistics is integrated in the city smoothly

While the multiplication of anarchic delivery points in cities creates tensions, professionals are organizing themselves to create sites combining practicality and good urban integration

Immoweek EN


January 31, 2022

iPodcast with Rémi Goléger (Corsalis Logistics Real Estate)

Co-founder and co-director of Corsalis Logistics Real Estate, Rémi Goleger is the guest of Catherine Bocquet, editor-in-chief of Immoweek, as part of the “Grand Entretien” series

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Business Immo

January 28, 2022

In Lille, Corsalis renovates 2,000 m² for urban distribution

Corsalis Logistics Real Estate, a real estate company dedicated to urban distribution, has acquired the Filature de Saint-Quentin, a former industrial building located in the Lille metropolitan area. Corsalis will renovate and convert this 2,000 m² building into an urban distribution site.

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Vox Log

January 18, 2022

In Lille, Corsalis renovates 2,000 m² for urban distribution

CORSALIS unveils a new project dedicated to urban logistics, named the Filature de Saint-Quentin. The building is scheduled for delivery in spring 2022.

Immo Week EN

Immo Week

January 11, 2022

Lille: Corsalis acquires and will renovate a former industrial building of 2,050 m²

CORSALIS has acquired the Filature de Saint-Quentin, built in an industrial style of red bricks, located in Lille (59). This 2,000 m² building will be renovated as of January 2022…

Le Moniteur EN

Le Moniteur

December 9, 2021

Logistics real estate: the reasons for a historic performance

Growing needs of e-retailers, appetite of investors, rising rents… The warehouse is no longer a second class asset.



November 9, 2021

“Urban logistics is not looking to enter the city, it is already there”

La Tribune EN

La Tribune

October 15, 2021

Urban logistics: the great consumer paradox

The demand for e-commerce and distance selling is exploding, so much so that nuisances are automatically increasing. While available land is becoming scarce in the city, in Paris, two former garages are being transformed



September 2, 2021

How Corsalis finds and markets urban logistics space in city centers

Nothing, or almost nothing, is offered to urban distribution professionals to establish the final links of a “last quarter of an hour” logistics system in city centers. Two “ex-Carrefour” employees of the subsidiary managing the group’s industrial real estate assets are taking the gamble of identifying and equipping this new class of assets. No longer under the control of “large-scale logistics” principals, but, on the contrary, upstream of the unexpressed needs of the various operators working on this last hyper proximity network.



June 1, 2021

Bringing logistics to the heart of cities

Corsalis Logistics Real Estate’s ambition is to develop last-mile distribution and delivery spaces in the middle of the urban fabric. The first projects are already under development in Paris intramuros.

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April 13, 2021

Logistics strengthened in Paris

Altarea Commerce is investing in a new site in the 12th arrondissement of the capital, near Reuilly, and has entered into a partnership with the start-up CORSALIS to gain a foothold in logistics.

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March 23, 2021

Altarea develops an urban logistics site in Paris

Real estate developer Altarea has teamed up with CORSALIS Logistics Real Estate, a specialist in urban delivery, to develop a last-mile logistics site in the Reuilly district of Paris (12th district).

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March 19, 2021

The Altarea Group joins forces with CORSALIS Logistics Real Estate

… a real estate company dedicated to urban distribution created a year ago by former Carrefour employees, to develop a last-mile logistics site located in the Reuilly district of Paris in the 12th arrondissement. Currently being acquired, this 4,500 sq.m. former distributor’s warehouse will be redeveloped by CORSALIS.

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March 10, 2021

Altarea Commerce joins forces with startup Corsalis to develop an urban logistics site in Paris

Altarea and CORSALIS have decided to join forces to develop a first project located in the twelfth arrondissement of Paris. This new-generation real estate product, developed on 4,500 sq.m. of ground floor space, will see the light of day in the coming months.

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March 9, 2021

“Urban logistics is not looking to enter the city, it is already there”

Founded in February 2020 by Fabio Coppo and Rémi Goleger (ex-Carrefour and Cargo) Corsalis Logistics Real Estate is a real estate company that offers distribution and urban logistics solutions by transforming intramural assets. In 2021, it plans to invest in the heart of Paris.

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February 8, 2021

“CORSALIS wants to create a network of premises for urban logistics in each city

After having imagined, created and developed the Carrefour Group’s logistics project called “Cargo”, Fabio Coppo and Rémi Goléger have decided to invest in the urban logistics segment by creating CORSALIS Logistics Real Estate.

CORSALIS Logistics Real Estate
16, rue Dumont d’Urville
75116 Paris-France

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