Industrial REITs

Industrial REITs own and manage industrial facilities and rent space in those properties to tenants. Some industrial REITs focus on specific types of properties, such as warehouses and distribution centers. Industrial REITs play an important part in e-commerce and are helping to meet the rapid delivery demand.

  • Overview
    As of 6/29/2018, FTSE
    • Number of REITs
      15
    • Total Market Cap ($M)
      $86,909
    • Dividend Yield
      3.02%
    • YTD Total Return
      5.65%
    • June Total Return
      2.65%
    • 2017 Total Return
      20.58%
  • Quarterly Data
    • Q1 2018
      2017
    • FFO ($M)
      Q1 2018: $1,129
      2017: $3,719
    • NOI ($M)
      Q1 2018: $1,248
      2017: $4,357
    • Dividends paid ($M)
      Q1 2018: $652
      2017: $2,767
    • SS NOI
      Q1 2018: 5.60%
      2017:
    • Occupancy Rate
      Q1 2018: 96.64%
  • Performance Details
    • Net Absorption (sq. ft.)
      37,912,156
    • Net Completions (sq. ft.)
      40,435,349
    • Occupancy Rate
      95.00%
    • Rent Growth YoY
      6.00%
    • Property Price Index over 5yrs
      71.10%

Industrial REITs

 

News about this sector

  • Nareit Video
    7/18/2018

    Green Street Says European Private Market Real Estate Returns Outpacing Local Bond Rates

    Green Street’s Cedrik Lachance says U.S. residential market “very attractively priced.”

  • REIT Magazine
    7/16/2018

    The Industrial REIT Boom

    A Duke Realty facility in the Dallas market.

    A look into how industrial REITs are adapting to a future heavily shaped by e-commerce.

  • Nareit Video
    7/16/2018

    Industrial REIT Liberty Property Trust Says Rents Rising in Proportion to Costs

    CEO Bill Hankowsky says goal is to achieve maximum flexibility with new buildings.

  • Nareit Video
    7/9/2018

    STAG Industrial Sees Supply/Demand in Balance

    CEO Ben Butcher expects continued transaction activity, fueled by private capital.

  • Nareit Video
    7/9/2018

    Duke Realty Reports Industrial Rents Continue to Grow

    CEO James Connor says development pipeline “as strong as it’s ever been.”