ElmTree invests over $1.5bn in net lease assets last year

ElmTree invests over $1.5bn in net lease assets

ElmTree Funds has invested over $1.5 billion in industrial net lease assets across the United States last year.   

Focusing on acquiring build-to-suit properties net leased to investment grade tenants, ElmTree expects demand for industrial facilities to steadily increase as tenants look to expand supply chains to meet e-commerce growth and achieve shorter delivery times.

Particularly in a low yield environment, investors like ElmTree have been looking to investment grade net lease assets for predictable long-term cash flow streams, according to the company. 

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“The COVID-19 pandemic has further highlighted the need for continued investment in and development of industrial facilities that support cold storage, last mile, and third-party logistics capabilities, and we expect this interest to continue,” said James Koman, CEO and Founder of ElmTree.