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CBRE arranged the $143-million sale and recapitalization of an 11-building Twin Cities industrial portfolio of behalf of Onward Investors

Twin Cities Industrial Portfolio Scores $143M Recap 

CBRE has arranged the sale and recapitalization of an 11-building, 1,389,949-square-foot industrial portfolio in the suburbs of Minneapolis. The transaction on behalf of Onward Investors closed for $143 million. 

Onward Investors was represented by CBRE’s Michael Caprile, Judd Welliver, Ryan Bain, Zachary Graham and Bentley Smith. 

“This was a very notable transaction for Onward and the Minneapolis market,” said Welliver. “Onward had aggregated a high-quality industrial portfolio that provided an opportunity to recapitalize out their existing partners while providing Onward with a new capital source to continue their growth in the industrial sector both locally, regionally, and nationally. It was a great outcome for everyone involved.” 

He continued, “This offering presented the opportunity to purchase a critical mass of functional and diverse industrial real estate in mature infill submarkets throughout Minneapolis with a high-quality sponsor in Onward.” 


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CBRE's Welliver

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