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Alterra Acquires East Bay Industrial Outdoor Storage Properties

(Updated with additional information)

Alterra Property Group has acquired a pair of East Bay industrial outdoor storage (IOS) properties for just shy of $20 million, reported the San Francisco Business Times

The Philadelphia developer and investor purchased 1189 58th Ave. in Oakland and 100 Orchard Ave. in Hayward from Los Angeles-based Overton Moore Properties for $11.07 million and $8.68 million, respectively. The deal also included a third industrial property in Ventura County’s Simi Valley, reported the Business Times.

CBRE’s Rebecca Perlmutter, Barbara Perrier, Darla Longo, Joe Cesta, Michael Longo, Eric Cox, Ben Humphreys, Bob Ferraro and Michael Barry represented Overton Moore in the sales. 

All three properties fit the mold of Alterra’s concentrated push into the IOS sector, which generally involves smaller deals of $15 million or less. Alterra’s industrial outdoor storage arm, AlterraIOS, is approaching $2.5 billion in assets under management and has made $850 million in acquisitions the past year alone.  

That growth is fueled at least in part by a $300-million joint venture the developer struck with JPMorgan Chase & Co. in early 2020. 


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