CHICAGO, FL – Privately-owned real estate investment manager and operating company, Bridge Industrial and the Canada-based, Public Sector Pension Investments Board have established a joint-venture partnership to develop best-in-class warehouses in urban infill locations throughout the US.

The two companies have allocated $550 million in equity to the joint-venture, with an option to re-up and bring the commitment to $1.1 billion.

The joint-venture will deploy a build-to-core strategy in supply-constrained markets, in effort to create modern warehouse space and support the global shift to e-commerce.

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