Warehouse REIT acquires eight warehouses from Aviva Investors for up to £75m

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - 07:18

Warehouse REIT said it had acquired an eight-asset fully-let portfolio of reversionary warehouse and distribution assets from Aviva Investors for an initial £70m.

The assets produced an annual rent of £5.4m, and the purchase price reflected a net initial yield of just over 7%.

An additional deferred payment of up to £5m was due on or before September 2023.

The portfolio comprised one multi-let and seven single let warehouses providing a total floor area of 995,106 square feet, with individual units ranging from around 50,000 to 217,000 square feet.

The occupiers included Iron Mountain, Direct Wines, the Sytner Group and Amazon.


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