Fund at a glance
- Properties 46
- Portfolio valuation $2.07 billion
- Occupancy 96.5%
Charter Hall's Prime Industrial Fund (CPIF) focuses on sourcing properties in the industrial and logistics sectors of major Australian capital cities. It includes both core and enhanced, investment-grade property assets. The fund was launched in April 2007, having raised $350 million in equity commitments.
Charter Hall Prime Industrial Fund enhances debt platform, completing USPP issuance oversubscribed
Charter Hall Group today announced that its largest industrial fund, the Charter Hall Prime Industrial Fund (“CPIF” or the “Fund”) has enhanced and diversified the tenor of its debt-funding platform, pricing a A$350 million (equivalent) US Private Placement transaction.
Charter Hall utilises integrated platform to secure $171.4m industrial portfolio for three managed funds
Charter Hall Group (ASX:CHC) (Charter Hall or the Group) today announced it has secured a $171.4 million industrial portfolio leased to the leading Australasian poultry producer and processor, Inghams Enterprises Pty limited (Inghams) on behalf of its managed funds. The transaction reflects an average initial yield of 7.82% benefiting from a Weighted Average Lease Expiry (WALE) by income of 22 years.
Strong investor demand sees Charter Hall launch highly rated third Direct Industrial Fund
Following strong investor demand for the award winning DIF1 in July 2012 and DIF2 in November 2013, Charter Hall has launched its third industrial vehicle, the Charter Hall Direct Industrial Fund No.3 (DIF3).
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