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Creating Value in Complex Markets

Triten is focused on creating value for their tenants, communities, and investors through the acquisitions of mission-critical Industrial Service Facilities (ISF).

What is an industrial service facility?

Industrial service facilities (ISF) are mission-critical properties used to store, maintain, or dispatch heavy equipment or bulk materials. They are primarily occupied by companies engaged in the transportation industry, everything from school bus companies to national trucking and logistics firms.

Triten's Acquisition Criteria

INDUSTRIAL STORAGE FACILITIES

  • Low-Coverage Industrial with Significant Outdoor Storage

  • Freight Facilities

  • Cross Dock/LTL Terminals

  • Trailer/Storage Yards

LOCATION PREFERENCES

Seeking locations in all major U.S. markets, particularly:

  • Atlanta

  • Chicago

  • Columbus

  • Dallas-Fort Worth

  • Denver

  • Phoenix

  • Orlando

  • Southern California

TRANSACTION REQUIREMENTS

  • Single Asset and Portfolio Transactions

  • Single and Multi-Tenant Assets

  • Short-Term or Long-Term Leases

  • Sale/Leasebacks

SPECULATIVE INVESTMENTS

Existing Buildings

Available on-site buildings that are in need of little to extensive value-add. These buildings include buildings that are in need of major renovations or demolition, and/or repurposing.

Build-to-Suit Programs

With Triten's extensive history of partnering with operators, we offer tailored, turn-key solutions:

  • Market Analysis

  • Site Selection Service and Planning

  • Pricing Analysis

  • In-House Construction Management for Development and Redevelopment

STABILIZED ASSET ACQUISITIONS

Triten is actively acquiring both long-term and short-term leased asset investments on a one-off or portfolio basis.

BROKERAGE COMMUNITY

We work with brokers nationally. If you have an opportunity or represent a user, please contact us. 

Ideally, locations will have focus on:

  • Interstate Access

  • Intermodal

  • Proximity to Airports

  • Proximity to Port Locations

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