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Willkie: Real Estate Department represented longtime client Colony Capital

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Colony Capital Acquires National Industrial Real Estate Portfolio For $1.16 Billion

March 7, 2019
Real Estate Department represented longtime client Colony Capital, Inc. in its acquisition of a national portfolio of 54 light and bulk industrial buildings.
On March 5, affiliates of Willkie client Colony Capital, Inc. (NYSE: CLNY), a diversified global real estate investment firm, announced the acquisition of a national portfolio of 54 light and bulk industrial buildings for $1.16 billion. 
This value-add portfolio is located across 10 U.S. markets, totals approximately 11.9 million square feet, and is 71% leased. Forty-eight of the buildings are last-mile light industrial and were acquired through Colony’s existing light industrial platform. The remaining six buildings are bulk industrial and were acquired through a newly formed joint venture in which Colony Capital has a 51% interest and a third-party institutional investor has a 49% interest.
Based in Los Angeles, Colony Capital is a leading global investment management firm with assets under management of $43 billion. The company, with over 400 employees across 17 locations in 10 countries, manages capital on behalf of its stockholders, as well as institutional and retail investors in private funds, non-traded and traded real estate investment trusts and registered investment companies. 
The Willkie deal team was led by partners Thomas Henry and Daniel Backer
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