Elion Partners has acquired ten last-mile logistics assets totaling 1.2 million square feet for $245 million in the New Jersey, Los Angeles, Miami, Seattle and San Diego markets.
Elion said its investment strategy is focused on last-mile logistics real estate, targeting infill locations in supply-constrained, core coastal markets.
The acquisitions were completed during the third and fourth quarters of 2021 following the announcement of the firm’s final closing of Elion Industrial Fund I which reached its hard cap of $500 million in August 2021.
Inclusive of these latest acquisitions, the fund has invested in 3.9 million square feet and more than $1 billion in gross asset value.
“We are targeting well-located properties with the opportunity to generate appreciation through vacancy lease-up, capital investment and create efficiencies through functionality improvement,” said James Lambert, Senior Managing Director of Industrial Investments at Elion. “Through our relationships and data-driven approach to sourcing opportunities early, we have been able to aggregate a portfolio of primarily pre-marketed assets while identifying value-add opportunities that meet the needs of today’s logistics providers.”
The series of transactions included the firm’s first acquisition in the Los Angeles market, 15325 Stafford Street (97,500 sq. ft., closed December 20th) as well as expanded the firm’s footprint across the New Jersey, Miami, Seattle and San Diego markets.
The acquisitions included: 35 O’Brien Street in Kearny, New Jersey (126,612 sq. ft., closed August 9th); 1515 75th Street SW in Everett, Washington (150,154 sq. ft., closed August 30th); 5803 Newton Drive in Carlsbad, California (71,602 sq. ft., closed September 15th); 1 Slater Drive in Elizabeth, New Jersey (244,530 sq. ft., closed September 15th); 43 Stults Road in Dayton, New Jersey (115,344 sq. ft., closed November 1st); 1600 NW 165th Street in Miami Gardens, Florida (65,142 sq. ft., closed November 9th); 9950 NW 25th Street in Doral, Florida (87,208 sq. ft., closed December 15th); 1200 Jersey Avenue in North Brunswick, New Jersey (129,500 sq. ft., closed December 21st); and, 600 Apgar Drive in Somerset, New Jersey (111,120 sq. ft., closed December 23rd).