An acceleration of e-commerce is driving significant changes among the logistics real estate space, fueling the need for distribution facilities at a rate much higher than the current cycle.
We seek to acquire strategic infill assets in high-barrier, high-growth urban markets where long-term demand for logistics real estate is primarily driven by the accelerated pace of e-commerce, supply chain adaptations, and changing consumer behaviors.
Then, through an operator-driven approach, we focus on unlocking additional value by repurposing or stabilizing the property, driving the asset’s total return. Our efforts generate value-add returns for our capital partners while operating under a low-risk profile. Our real estate portfolio is focused on the acquisition and development of first-, middle- and last-mile logistics properties in the U.S.
Infrastructure of a Shifting Economy
The rapid adaptation of e-commerce by a new group of consumers along with continued shifts in consumer behavior toward online retail has put pressure on supply chains to adapt.
In order to meet future and unexpected consumer demand, suppliers may increase their inventory levels in the long term, thus increasing the need for additional warehouse space.
South Florida Infill Logistics Portfolio
South Florida (Broward & Miami-Dade County)
An aggregated portfolio of urban infill distribution and warehouse product acquired off-market through the Broward and Miami-Dade County area
Building III at ELP 55
Class-A distribution facility within the 30+ msf master planned rail-served logistics park, Elion Logistics Park 55
Washington D.C. Metro Industrial Distribution Portfolio
Washington D.C. Metro Area
An industrial critical mass portfolio located in core infill locations throughout the Washington D.C. metro area
South River Industrial
Speculative infill Class-A industrial development in South Florida