Madison International Invests in Cologix Recapitalization
Madison International Realty has invested in the recapitalization of Cologix, one of North America’s leading network-neutral interconnection and hyperscale edge data center companies. Madison’s investment is part of a total $3-billion recapitalization led by Stonepeak which represents one of the largest single-asset continuation vehicles raised in digital infrastructure to date.
“We are excited to partner with Cologix and Stonepeak in this transaction,” said Ronald Dickerman, Madison International Realty Founder and President. “Cologix is well capitalized and fits our criteria as an innovative, dynamic company in the rapidly growing digital infrastructure sector, which is investing to meet the tremendous demand of the digital economy.”
Added Cologix chairman and CEO Bill Fathers, “Madison’s participation will help support our ongoing growth as we move forward with our plans to develop and acquire additional digital edge and Scalelogix data centers in current and new markets across North America.”
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