Centuria Industrial REIT’s (ASX:CIP)
portfolio increased 30 per cent for FY2020, taking the REIT’s total portfolio value to $1.6 billion.
This includes the company’s announcement today of the acquisition of the Telstra Data Centre in Clayton, Victoria, via a sale and leaseback to Telstra for $416.7 million.
It also includes the purchase of two additional high-quality industrial assets in NSW and Victoria for $30.4 million.
Its FY2020 results released today showed a net profit of $75.3 million, which is down on the prior year of $88.8 million in FY19.
Funds from operations for FY20 is at $63.5 million, up from $50 million from the prior corresponding year, and return on equity is at 10 per cent.
“FY20 has proved to be a significant year of growth for CIP with assets under management increasing more than 30 per cent to $1.6 billion,” Jesse Curtis, CIP Fund Manager, said.
Centuria Industrial REIT (ASX:CIP)
is on a trading halt and last traded at $3.31.