Prologis Annonce la Signature d’un Accord Définitif en vue d’Acquérir IPT (Industrial Property Trust)

Paris le 18 juillet 2019 – Prologis, Inc. (NYSE : PLD), leader international en immobilier logistique, annonce la signature d’un accord définitif pour l’acquisition de la société IPT (Industrial Property Trust), propriétaire d’actifs immobilier, pour un montant de 3,99 milliards de dollars. Cette transaction permet à Prologis de renforcer sa présence sur ses marchés clés aux Etats-Unis. 

Cette acquisition d’environ 3,99 milliards de dollars devrait être conclue entre le dernier trimestre 2019 et le premier trimestre 2020, sous réserve de l’accord de l’actionnariat d’IPT et selon d’autres conditions de clôture usuelles. 

Le portefeuille d’actifs d’IPT représente près de 3,5 millions de mètres carrés et se compose de 236 bâtiments. 96% de ces bâtiments sont situés sur des marchés des Etats-Unis où Prologis est déjà présent : au sud de la Californie, dans la région de la baie de San Francisco, à Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Seattle et dans le New Jersey. 

« L’acquisition d’IPT est une opportunité intéressante tant par la qualité de son portefeuille que par ses localisations. Ces actifs sont situés sur des marchés clés et dans la lignée de notre stratégie d’investissement. », déclare Eugene F. Reilly, Chief Investment Officer, Prologis. 

Prologis 

Prologis, Inc., est le principal propriétaire, opérateur et développeur international en immobilier logistique. Il est basé sur des marchés internationaux et régionaux à travers l'Amérique, l'Europe et l'Asie. Au 30 juin 2019, Prologis possédait ou avait des investissements, sur une base consolidée ou à travers de joint-ventures non consolidées, des actifs et des projets de développement s'élevant à environ 73 millions de mètres carrés dans 19 pays. La société loue des plates-formes logistiques à plus de 5 100 clients dans deux secteurs d’activités majeurs : business-to-business et distribution/e-commerce. 

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Contacts Presse

Prologis

Nathalie Triolet, Tel: +33 1 48 14 54 51, Email: [email protected] 

SOURCE RP

Michelle Kamar, Tel: +33 6 09 24 42 42, Email: [email protected]

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