REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY
businesswire | December 14, 2020
Creative Industrial Properties, Inc. (IIP), the sole land organization on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: IIPR) zeroed in on the controlled U.S. cannabis industry, reported today that it went into a correction of the rent with PharmaCann Inc. (PharmaCann) in Hamptonburgh, New York, making accessible $31.0 million in subsidizing for huge improvements underway limit and extra overhauls at the 127,000 square foot office. The rent alteration likewise changed the base lease under the rent to consider the extra accessible financing and expanded the term of the rent understanding. Accepting full installment of the extra financing, IIP's absolute interest in the property will be $61.0 million. IIP initially procured the New York property and went into a drawn out rent with PharmaCann in 2016.
Notwithstanding this office in New York, IIP possesses and rents to PharmaCann controlled cannabis development and handling offices in Illinois, Massachusetts, Ohio and Pennsylvania, containing a sum of roughly 363,000 square feet. Accepting full repayment of inhabitant upgrades under the leases, IIP's absolute interest in properties rented to PharmaCann is relied upon to be $167.5 million.
As the spearheading land venture trust (REIT) for the clinical use cannabis industry, IIP accomplices with experienced clinical use cannabis administrators and fills in as a wellspring of capital by procuring and renting back their land resources, notwithstanding offering other imaginative land based capital arrangements.
PharmaCann is a main multi-state cannabis administrator with licenses in Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Established in 2014 with dispensaries working under the brand Verilife, PharmaCann has brought over $200 million up in value to date, and has more than 650 representatives.
“We are thrilled to partner once again with PharmaCann in its expansion of the New York facility, the first property in our portfolio that now spans 64 properties across 16 states,” said Paul Smithers, President and Chief Executive Officer of IIP. “Since 2016, we have progressively supported PharmaCann as its go-to long-term real estate partner, and we are excited to take this next step with the PharmaCann team to significantly upgrade and enhance production capability at their New York facility, in a market experiencing tremendous and growing patient demand for high quality products.”
“IIP has been a strong, reliable, flexible real estate partner since we initially sold and leased back our New York property to them in 2016,” said Brett Novey, PharmaCann’s Chief Executive Officer. “The New York regulated cannabis market is still in its early stages, and in conjunction with IIP’s unwavering support as our primary real estate capital provider, we expect the significant enhancements to our New York facility to preserve our strategic positioning as we continue to scale our operations to meet the anticipated demand for customers throughout the state.”
REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY
GI Partners | July 19, 2021
GI Partners, a leading private investment company, announced the launch of the GI Real Estate Essential Tech + Science Fund ("ETS Fund" or the "Fund"), which seeks to invest in real estate assets that continuously operate to support mission-critical functions of the technology and life sciences industries. The ETS Fund will acquire data center properties, life sciences assets, and always-on R&D facilities in the office and industrial sectors.
GI Partners, founded in 2001, has focused on downside-protected growth investment across all of its strategies, with a special focus on technology and healthcare. The ETS Fund aims to maintain the Firm's strategy of investing in specialized opportunities in critical technology and scientific real estate using the Firm's combined technology, life sciences, and real estate skillsets. The ETS Fund is headed by former Infomart President John Sheputis and over 20 investment and management professionals.
The ETS Fund has been aggressively investing in a broad portfolio of data centers, life sciences assets, and R&D facilities throughout the United States since its inception in early 2021, including:
• Walsh-Bowers Assemblage, a portfolio of three buildings in Silicon Valley's primary data center hub;
• Mt. Eden Research Park, a six-building life sciences campus in the San Francisco Bay area whose current tenants are pioneers in their respective areas and position the asset well for future life sciences growth;
• The Pointe, a pair of life sciences buildings next to a quickly maturing Bay Area of life sciences submarket;
• 3701 Market St., a purpose-built lab and R&D facility with high-quality wet lab, research, medical office, and data center space.
About GI Partners
GI Partners, founded in 2001, is a private investment company with approximately 100 employees headquartered in San Francisco, California, and offices in New York, Chicago, Greenwich, Connecticut, and Scottsdale, Arizona. Over $28 billion in capital has been raised by the company from top institutional investors worldwide to invest in private equity, real estate, and data infrastructure initiatives. The private equity team mainly invests in healthcare, IT infrastructure, services, and software companies. The real estate team specializes in technology and life sciences properties and other kinds of specialty real estate. Finally, the data infrastructure team mainly invests in hard asset infrastructure companies that support the digital economy. GI Partners is a signatory to the Principles for Responsible Investment, a network of international investors backed by the United Nations, and a Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark participant.
REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY
prnewswire | February 02, 2021
Schottenstein Real Estate Group, one of the biggest land improvement organizations in the Midwest, declares the offer of three of their advancements adding up to $177 million. The Delaware County advancements included are Powell Grand Communities, situated on Sawmill Parkway and Seldom Seen Roads, and Northlake Summit situated at Route 36/37 and I-71, which were offered to Cortland. Furthermore, Central Gardens Grand situated in Palm Beach Gardens, FL was offered to L&L Investors. Overseeing Partner for Schottenstein Real Estate Group, Corey Schottenstein expressed, "Our developments were located in perfect locations for these times in high end suburban areas, and the type of product we develop is probably one of the best real estate investments in the current economic climate."
President of Schottenstein Real Estate Group, Brian Schottenstein says, "Our company has been fortunate to achieve a great year despite the unfortunate Covid pandemic, thanks to all of our employees involved and the nature of our developments. We currently have over 1200 new units in construction, and as our industry continues to boom, more are planned."
Schottenstein Real Estate Group's emphasis on top of the line rental advancements is unequivocally obvious in their new tasks. One of the freshest: Liberty Grand Communities is the principal actually enormous arranged rental local area affirmed in Liberty Township, Delaware County, OH. Freedom Grand Communities sits on 300 sections of land only northwest of Olentangy Liberty High School close to Sawmill Parkway and Home Roads. It incorporates a blend of condos, garden lofts and farm homes, all with a couple of vehicle carports and different recently planned plans incorporating those with first floor main rooms. Occupants can exploit creative conveniences including a 14,000 square foot clubhouse, bocce ball, pickle ball, canine park, putt, a local area garden, resort style pool and lap pool, lounges, fishing wharf, bistros, card rooms and a 24-hour wellness focus. Freedom Summit is likewise in development in Liberty Township, Delaware County, OH. Orange Grand Communities is at present being created as the freshest and most pleasant rental local area ever underlying Orange Township, Delaware County, OH.