Yes, you can use the "present progressive" in Spanish (estar + gerund) to indicate future, but not as liberally as in English.
Most commonly Spanish uses a periphrastic future with the verb ir + a + infinitive; in some cases and especially in formal or literary language, it uses the "proper" synthetic future tense; in others it employs the present tense, including both the simple present and the present progressive or continuous.
The progressive, when used to show the future, tends to suggest planning:
Me estoy yendo de vacaciones en un mes.
"I'm going on holidays in a month."
In other cases the progressive-as-future shows immediacy:
Estoy yendo a buscarla a su casa.
"I'm going to fetch her at home."
meaning you're just about to leave, although that's again ambiguous (it could be that you're actually going as you speak).
You cannot use the progressive as future for undefined or hypothetical future events; that is, you cannot say something like
❌ Un día de estos me estoy comprando una gran mansión.
"One of these days I'm getting a big mansion."
In such cases you need to use one of the other alternative ways to express future.