News by Topic : Diversified

  • 3/23/2020

    Lexington Realty Trust Focuses on Single-Tenant Industrial Assets

    Over the last few years, the REIT has focused entirely on the industrial sector, preferring this business over office and other property types for both the near- and long-term investment.

  • 2/4/2020

    REIT ESG Leaders Raise the Bar

    Nareit’s 2019 Leader in the Light Awards winners are leading the way in ESG. 

  • 1/13/2020

    VEREIT Committed to Portfolio Diversification

    CEO Glenn Rufrano said the REIT is also focused on social responsibility.

  • 12/18/2019

    Alexander & Baldwin CEO Says REIT Positioned for Future Growth in Hawaii

    Chris Benjamin anticipates further simplification of the REIT’s business model.

     

  • 11/8/2019

    WashREIT Continues to Grow its Multifamily Presence in the Washington D.C. Region

    After five years of strategic repositioning, the nearly 60-year-old company is honing its focus on the multifamily sector and looking to “simplify the story,” says President and CEO Paul McDermott.

  • 8/5/2019

    Carter Validus Mission Critical REIT I and II Merge to Maximize Stockholder Value

    CEO Michael Seton said the merger should bring about a lower cost of capital.
  • 7/31/2019

    Lexington Realty Trust Continues Portfolio Transition Toward Industrial Sector

    CEO T. Wilson Eglin said the REIT’s portfolio is now 72% industrial.

  • 7/11/2019

    Alexander & Baldwin Expects “Tremendous Performance” This Year to Continue

    CEO Christopher Benjamin said the REIT’s same store NOI was up 7.7% in Q1.
  • 7/9/2019

    W. P. Carey Sees “Sweet Spot” in Just-Below Investment Grade Space

    CEO Jason Fox says the company has also concentrated on simplifying its business since becoming a REIT in 2012.

  • 3/22/2019

    Howard Hughes Corporation Transforms Manhattan Seaport District

    As one of Howard Hughes Corp.’s most iconic assets, the Seaport District has already attracted top talent and businesses, bringing much-needed change to the lower Manhattan neighborhood.

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