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GLP Leases 209M SF in Record Year

Global Logistics Properties (GLP) tallied up 209 million square feet of industrial leases during 2018, a 12-month record for the Singapore-based company. The total included 40 million square feet across its U.S. portfolio, which also ended the year with its highest occupancy to date at 96.5%.

The year’s second half was especially strong in terms of leasing volume, GLP reported. “In addition to expanding our geographically-diverse portfolio, we achieved record leasing through the dedication of our team and the value-add GLP provides through its technology-led ecosystem,” said CEO Ming Mei. “We remain strategically positioned to serve our customers with innovative solutions beyond their primary warehouse needs.”

GLP entered the American market in 2015 with its acquisition of Blackstone’s U.S. industrial platform. Currently, it manages US$16 billion of funds syndicating its ownership in the U.S. properties.

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