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KTB backs acquisition of logistics facility in IrelandBy Son Ji-hyoung
Published : Dec. 23, 2019 - 16:01
It was the largest single-asset logistics transaction in Ireland by volume.
The 73,000 square meter-wide warehouse is a logistics facility for dry goods distribution to some 150 Tesco stores across Ireland within three hours.
“The transaction profile is further enhanced against the backdrop of the very restricted supply of logistics assets of scale in Ireland and the building’s importance to Tesco’s Irish operations,” DTZ Investors Associate Director David Peacock said in a statement. KTB declined to comment on the matter.
Investors can benefit from a lease guaranteed by Tesco until 2032, C&W said, without elaborating on the yield to investors.
“It is another example of Cushman & Wakefield capital markets teams sourcing long lease off-markets assets in Europe on behalf of Korean investors,” said Kim Jong-han, partner at C&W EMEA.
This marks the third time this year for DTZ Investors to acquire properties on behalf of Korean investors, following a 130 million euro acquisition of Main Point Pankrac in Prague in July, and another 130 million euro acquisition of Queen’s Towers in Amsterdam in September.
By Son Ji-hyoung (email@example.com)
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