A May 2013 IPO, Chambers focuses on
net-leased warehouse/distribution and office properties. Pays monthly
Duke Realty (DRE)
Owns office and industrial properties in
18 major U.S. cities.
Equity Commonwealth REIT
office and industrial properties located throughout the United States.
It is also the largest owner of industrial lands in the state of Hawaii.
Changed name from HRPT Properties Trust to Commonwealth REIT (CWH) on
7/1/10, and then to Equity Commonwealth REIT in July 2014. Suspended
dividends in March 2014.
Potomac Realty (FPO)
industrial, office, and flex properties in the Washington, D.C.
area and in Virginia and Maryland. The U.S. Government is its largest tenant.
Cut dividend by 41% in May 2009, and by 25% in February 2013.
Owns single-tenant office and industrial properties worldwide.
Originally Gramercy Capital, a finance REIT, changed name and operating
strategy in April 2013.
Owns office and industrial properties in the coastal regions of Los Angeles, Orange,
and San Diego counties of
California. Also operates
in the greater San Francisco and Seattle areas.
Property Trust (LPT)
office, distribution and light manufacturing properties
in the U.S. and in the U.K.
Business Parks (PSB)
"flex" properties that can be configured to suit a variety of
office, light industrial and warehouse requirements.
in California, Florida, Virginia, Texas, Maryland, Oregon, Arizona and
Select Income REIT (SIR)
A March 2012 IPO, Select owns
single-tenant office, industrial and healthcare properties in 35 states. Externally managed by Reit Management & Research LLC.
In September 2014, agreed to acquire Cole Corporate Income Trust.