History

September 2003
  • Start of logistics fund business by Mitsui & Co., Ltd.
May 2005
  • Listing of Japan Logistics Fund, Inc. as a REIT specializing in logistics facilities
July 2007
  • Transfer of asset management business for private real estate funds from Mitsui & Co. to Mitsui & Co., Realty Management Ltd.
September 2008
  • Launch of MBRM Logistics Fund as a fund specializing in logistics facilities
March 2011
  • Launch of MBRM Logistics Fund II as a fund specializing in logistics facilities
December 2011
  • Launch of a logistics fund (Kawagoe Logistics Center)
March 2012
  • Launch of a logistics fund (Soka Logistics Center)

Launch of a logistics fund (Soka Logistics Center)

September 2012
  • Launch of a logistics fund (Yokohama Machida I.C. Logistics Center)

Launch of a logistics fund (Yokohama Machida I.C. Logistics Center)

May 2013
  • Launch of MBRM Logistics Fund III as a fund specializing in logistics facilities
October 2014
  • Launch of a office building fund (Shinjuku Eastside Square)

Launch of a office building fund (Shinjuku Eastside Square)

January 2015
  • Launch of a development-type real estate fund (Rokko Island Logistics Center)
September 2015
  • Launch of an office building fund (Yusen Shin-Yokohama 1-Chome Building, Yusen Shin-Yokohama Building)
December 2016
  • Listing of MIRAI Corporation as a diversified REIT
  • Launch of a logistics fund (Sayama-Hidaka Fulfillment Center)
  • Launch of an office building fund (MI Terrace Nagoya Fushimi Building)

Launch of an office building fund (MI Terrace Nagoya Fushimi Building)

April 2017
  • Launch of a logistics fund (Maishima 4 Logistics Center)

Launch of a logistics fund (Maishima 4 Logistics Center)

February 2018
  • Start of Management by “Mitsui & Co., Private REIT Inc.” (Unlisted Open-ended Investment Company)

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