News by Topic : Diversified

  • 6/29/2020

    Alexander & Baldwin Reduced Its Carbon Footprint Amid COVID-19

    CEO Christopher Benjamin said the REIT is now looking at how to preserve environmental advances made due to the pandemic.

  • 6/5/2020

    W.P. Carey CEO Touts Benefits of Net Lease Portfolio Diversification

    Jason Fox says REIT likely to be more active in second half on warehouse and industrial sale-leasebacks.

  • 6/2/2020

    iStar Working on Educating Investors on Value of Largest Investment—Safehold

    CEO Jay Sugarman sees “pretty big disconnect” between iStar market value and share price.

  • 4/16/2020

    David Simon, Steve Roth Among CEOs Named to Great American Economic Revival List

    Simon Property Group and Vornado Realty Trust were included on President Trump’s economic task force focused on reopening the economy after the coronavirus shutdown.

  • 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.

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