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Landmark Capital launches Rs 500 cr Warehousing and Logistics Fund - What investors need to know
Landmark Capital says it is focusing on non-speculative built-to-suit assets and diversification across geographies to ensure effective risk mitigation.
Landmark Capital, managing real estate investments through SEBI registered alternative investment funds (AIFs) and managed accounts, on Tuesday announced the launch of Landmark Warehousing & Logistics Fund. The fund is targeting a corpus of Rs 500 crores, including a green-shoe option of INR 200 crores.
"Founded by a team of domain experts with over seven decades of asset management and construction experience, Landmark Capital presents avenues to invest in the warehousing and industrial space in India. This is a unique opportunity presented by the changing landscape of logistics industry in India due to regulatory changes like GST, infrastructure development, and rise of digital platforms to buy goods and services," the company said in a statement.
The fund is launched with an objective to generate superior risk-adjusted returns by investing in high-quality Grade-A warehousing and logistics opportunities.
Landmark Capital says it is focusing on non-speculative built-to-suit assets and diversification across geographies to ensure effective risk mitigation. The fund’s deal pipeline accounts for over 400 acres of land with marquee names as potential anchor tenants.
Commenting on the launch of the fund, Ashish Joshi, Founder & CEO, Landmark Capital said, “The growing economy, changes in consumer tastes & behaviour, and digitally savvy millennial consumers has made the Indian warehousing sector an attractive investment opportunity. The other key factors driving this growth include favourable government policies, growing middle class, improved telecom & internet penetration, and increased e-commerce adoption. Through this fund, we are aiming to bring proven global themes which are under-penetrated in Indian market especially in Grade-A industrial assets including warehousing and industrial parks.”
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