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Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC, has paid $157.8 million for an industrial portfolio of 12 buildings across FL, GA and TX.

Taurus Spends $158M for 12-Building Southeast Industrial Portfolio

Taurus Investment Holdings, LLC, has acquired a five-property industrial portfolio consisting of 12 buildings located in FL, GA and TX for $157.8 million. The portfolio totals 1.27 million square feet.

Dennis Mitchell, Trent Agnew and Louis Castillo of JLL represented the seller, St. Louis, MO-based Summit Real Estate Group.

The assets comprise Class A and B distribution centers and shallow bay properties. Occupancy across the portfolio is 98% with space leased to a variety of high-quality public and private companies, including Raytheon, Iron Mountain, DAP Americas and more.

“The JLL team saw strong demand for this core/core plus industrial offering due to the ability to acquire critical mass in infill locations across Atlanta, Houston and Central FL,” said Mitchell. “The portfolio had a unique profile due to its 2.7-year WALT on existing assets, allowing for a short-term mark-to-market opportunity with committed tenancy.”

The industrial portfolio consists of:

North St. Petersburg, FL

West Bay Corporate Center
9700 16th Street and 9843 18th Street

Metropointe Commerce Center
9400, 9501, and 9701 International Court

Orlando, FL

3470 Maggie Boulevard

East Point, GA

Creekside Distribution Center
2110 Lawrence Avenue

Peachtree Corners, GA

Peachtree Nortech
5824, 5834, 5875 and 5885 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard

Houston, TX

Corporate Center Fannin I
10001 Fannin St. Building I


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JLL's Mitchell

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