It’s Asian accurate estate funding giants versus ASX-listed property gamers within the race to desire Blackstone’s $3.5 billion Milestone Logistics Crew.
Avenue Talk can demonstrate Singapore-headquartered accurate estate and non-public fairness player GLP – which has greater than $US100 billion sources below management – and Warburg Pincus-backed ESR rep entered the Milestone fray.
Sources said about 10 bidders had been shortlisted within the public sale, upfront of a speedy impending indicative uncover deadline on Wednesday this week.
It is understood Mirvac and Stockland had bowed out of the race, whereas Structure Hall, Dexus, GPT and Centuria Capital – educated by Highbury Partnership – were restful gunning no longer easy, and were anticipated to lob first round bids.
Up-for-sale is a wide gamble to desire a 45-asset, 1.4 million sq. metre logistics accurate estate portfolio, with properties dotted round Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.
The portfolio comes with a 6.8 year weighted moderate rent expiry and Milestone’s most attention-grabbing tenants consist of the world’s most attention-grabbing operator of frosty storage Lineage Logistics, Caterpillar vendor WesTrac and Japan Publish’s up-for-sale Toll.
Auctioneers JLL and Eastdil Secured had been procuring the portfolio round all year, and sent a flyer to capability consumers in January that labelled the sale a “first” in “Australian property historic past”.
Concurrent to the sale, funding banks Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan are exploring a capability ASX listing for Milestone.
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