SAN FRANCISCO-Those who follow @GlobeStcom onTwitter and @GlobeStLIVEmay have seen a post teasing the announcement, but GlobeSt.com haslearned that Digital Realty Trust Inc. has formed a $369-millionjoint venture with an investment fund managed by PrudentialReal Estate Investors, the real estate investmentmanagement and advisory business of PrudentialFinancial.

Digital Realty seeded the joint venture with nine Powered BaseBuilding data centers totaling 1.06 million square feet and valuedat approximately $366.4 million (excluding $2.8 million of closingcosts), or $346 per square foot. The properties are expectedto generate cash net operating income of approximately $24.5million in 2013, representing a 6.7% cap rate.

According to Digital Realty Trust, the properties are 100%leased, with an average remaining lease term of approximately nineyears.

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