The plan is to add another 70,000 square feet to the industrial space on the land, which Juan Monroy, CEO of FIBRA Macquarie, said was an important space in the Ciudad Juarez property market, a key northern city for company purposes.
The $21.7 million deal was funded with available cash and added to the portfolio of 276 properties. FIBRA employs around 13,500, with 60 office locations in 29 countries. Its operation reach is widespread, currently managing more than $354 billion in assets. The company’s main goal is to provide clients diversified services that meet all their needs.
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