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Please find below news and media articles related to Centuria’s Unlisted Property Funds.
Centuria Capital Group (ASX:CNI) has secured a 14 level $224 million office building in Footscray, Victoria, for a new unlisted fixed term, single asset fund, Centuria Government Income Property Fund (CGIPF).
Looking for Income? Watch Fund Manager, Doug Hoskins, answer some key questions about the Centuria Diversified Property Fund and how it could fit into your investment portfolio. Tell us about this Fund How has the Fund’s performance tracked during the past twelve months? Why you would invest in this Fund? What’s the future outlook for this Fund?
Centuria Capital Group has secured three industrial assets, worth a collective $62.5m, for the yet to be launched fixed-term unlisted property fund, Centuria Industrial Income Fund No.1 (CIIF1).
Centuria Healthcare has settled approximately $115m worth of day and short-stay hospitals for its recently launched open-ended unlisted Centuria Healthcare Property Fund (CHPF).
Head of Funds Management, Ross Lees, and fund managers, Stuart Wilton and Douglas Hoskins, explain the drivers behind Centuria’s top performing unlisted property funds.
Today Centuria Capital Group (ASX: CNI or “Centuria”) has launched an unlisted, open-ended healthcare fund with six seed and pipeline assets1 worth $133m that benefit from 100% occupancy2 and a portfolio WALE of 6.7 years2. The fund, known as Centuria Healthcare Property Fund (CHPF), has a starting distribution yield of 5.75%3.
Centuria Capital was proud to host JLL’s Head of Research (Australia), Andrew Ballantyne, who delivered the latest findings on the future of the Australian office markets.
Almost 50 years ago the investment sector witnessed the floating of Australia’s first real estate investment trust (REIT), shining a spotlight on commercial property’s ability to generate returns for individuals as well as institutions. While office and industrial assets continue to hold the limelight, emerging from the shadows is the overlooked, soon-to-be belle of the ball – healthcare property.