TriGate Capital Acquires Industrial Complex in St Louis, MO

DALLAS, TEXAS – TriGate Capital has acquired North Warson Business Center, a 317,000 square foot industrial complex located on 17 acres in Creve Coeur, MO, a premier business and residential community within the St. Louis MSA. The purchase reflects TriGate’s appetite for well-located, infill industrial properties at attractive yields and discounts to replacement cost within healthy, institutional markets.

TriGate’s Matt Rooney further commented, “TriGate is excited to further grow its industrial portfolio in a strong market like St. Louis and is currently seeking more acquisition and development opportunities like North Warson. We believe the “main and main” location – proximate to affluent suburbs, the city’s major transportation arteries and the airport – will appeal to all types of tenants over the long term.”

TriGate would like to thank both John Wright of Block Hawley and Marc Cacciarelli of CBRE, who collectively acted as agent on behalf of the Seller.

About TriGate Capital

TriGate Capital, LLC (TriGate) is a leading real estate investment manager focused on the recapitalization and repositioning of real estate assets and companies.  TriGate is based in Dallas, TX and has completed investments throughout the United States.

TriGate manages three fully discretionary real estate funds, TriGate Property Partners, LP (Fund I), TriGate Property Partners II, LP (Fund II) and TriGate Property Partners III, L.P. (Fund III), which are the vehicles through which TriGate conducts its investment strategy. Fund I and Fund II are fully invested and Fund III is presently in its investment period. TriGate’s team has been responsible for acquiring over $11 billion of real estate assets through multiple types of transaction structures.  The Company’s professionals have significant expertise in real estate operations, debt restructuring, and asset and company recapitalization.  Additionally, the team has extensive expertise in real estate asset selection and structuring transactions to weather different stages in the real estate investment cycle.

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