ESR Partners with GIC to Launch ESR Australia Logistics Partnership III

ESR Group, APACโ€™s largest real asset manager powered by the New Economy, and GIC are pleased to announce the extension of the core plus logistics strategy with the launch of EALP III with an equity commitment of A$600 million.

The launch of EALP III is a follow-on of the successful predecessor Partnerships of ESR Australian Logistics Partnership I (EALP I) and ESR Australian Logistics Partnership II (EALP II), which were core plus strategies between ESR Australia and GIC.

EALP I was launched in March 2020 with an equity commitment of A$600 million which was subsequently followed by EALP II in July 2021 with a further equity commitment of $600 million. Both vehicles have been successfully invested with a combined portfolio of 682,016 sqm across Australia.

Stuart Gibson and Jeffrey Shen, Co-founders and co-CEOs of ESR Group commented: โ€œWe are pleased to expand our long-term partnership with GIC on EALP III as it reflects our collective confidence in ESRโ€™s ability to capitalise on the growing set of opportunities across APAC and especially in Australia. As the largest real asset manager in APAC, ESRโ€™s integrated fund management platform has provided our capital partners with access to some of the worldโ€™s best secular growth opportunities propelled by the positive trends of e-commerce and digital transformation. We look forward to leveraging our proprietary ecosystem of relationships to identify off-market transactions as well as leveraging our strong in-house development, asset and property management teams to create value for our investors and stakeholders.โ€

In August 2022, ESR Australia fully deployed the equity committed to EALP II, with the acquisition of two incoming producing portfolios with well-located assets across Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth. At its close, EALP II held 17 assets with an expected end value of circa A$1.3 billion.

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