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Avison Young’s Foster and Wilson Broker Sale of Multi-State Industrial Portfolio 

Avison Young has negotiated the sale of a national logistics portfolio across several states in the Midwest, South and Northeast totaling 21 assets and 704,270 square feet. Terms of the sale weren’t disclosed.  

The firm’s Chicago-based Erik Foster and Mike Wilson, leaders of Avison Young’s national industrial capital markets team, negotiated the sale on behalf of institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Global Alternatives and Realterm. The buyer was Biynah Partners. 

“This national portfolio has sustainable NOI with key locations,” said Foster. 

Wilson added, “The properties operate as a supply chain management tool for companies which is key to the ever-expanding world of e-commerce.” 

The portfolio includes assets in several key logistics real estate markets including Atlanta, Chicago, Memphis, Columbus, Long Island and Philadelphia.


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