Office REITs

Office REITs are Equity REITs that own and manage commercial office properties and rent space in those properties to tenants. Some office REITs focus on specific types of markets, such as central business districts or suburban areas. Some emphasize specific classes of tenants, such as government agencies or biotech firms.

REITs in This Sector

Monterrey, AL
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Office
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
FMTY14 MM
Exchange:
Mexican Stock Exchange (MEXBOL)
Pasadena, CA
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Office
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
ARE
Exchange:
New York Stock Exchange, Inc. (NYSE)
New York, NY
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public, Non-Listed
Segment:
Office
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
Exchange:
N/A (NA)
Boston, MA
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Office
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
BXP
Exchange:
New York Stock Exchange, Inc. (NYSE)
Radnor, PA
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Office
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
BDN
Exchange:
New York Stock Exchange, Inc. (NYSE)

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