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We Create Value Through Light Industrial Real Estate


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We Create Value Through Light Industrial Real Estate


 

What Is Berkeley Partners?

 

Berkeley Partners and its affiliated entities comprise a fully integrated principal investment firm focused exclusively on multi-tenant light industrial real estate. Since 2005, our affiliates have sponsored a series of investment vehicles dedicated to the light industrial sector. With its national footprint, the company is one of the premier institutional industrial operators and fund managers.

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Light Industrial Real Estate is our bread and butter


Light Industrial Real Estate is our bread and butter


Why Light Industrial?

Berkeley Partners focuses on the multi-tenant industrial market because the market is large comprising 3~4 billion square feet with highly fragmented ownership. The market is underserved by institutional players despite demonstrating historically higher average occupancy and rental rates compared to the broader industrial market.

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Our Platform


Our Platform


 
 
 
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OPERATOR CULTURE

We cultivate a strong operator culture through our affiliated on-site property management teams that work to maintain high occupancy levels. Property managers are taught to be fiduciaries for Investors.

 


ESG INVESTING

The Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Criteria is a set of standards for a company's operations that socially conscious investors use to screen investments. We integrate ESG into our investment analysis and decision making.

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TECHNOLOGY

Through creative and custom utilization of innovative enterprise technologies, Berkeley Partners creates efficiencies in operations and communications that provide competitive advantages.

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Our Case Studies


Our Case Studies


PEACH TREE CORPORATE CENTER

The Atlanta market is the third-largest industrial market in the US and primary distribution market in the South. 69.1% going-in occupancy, approximately 17% below the Atlanta industrial market occupancy rate of 86%. Purchase price represented a 53% discount to estimated replacement cost.

 

SALT LAKE INDUSTRIAL PORTFOLIO  

Two undervalued properties with going-in occupancy rates of 68%, well below the average occupancy level of the Salt Lake City industrial market of 91%. At acquisition, the Salt Lake City industrial market was recovering from a lack of new supply and positive net absorption.

 

AUSTIN LIGHT INDUSTRIAL PORTFOLIO

Under-managed assets acquired at 56% below estimated replacement cost. Going-in occupancy was 83%, 16% lower than the industrial market peer group average. Austin, TX has experienced substantial population growth and net migration.