In the Americas, Goodman’s global gateway city strategy spans the major consumer markets of Los Angeles, New York, New Jersey and São Paulo. Our growth is prudent and organic.
We align our properties’ location with our customers’ future direction, so together we can leverage structural and societal changes, such as the growth of e-commerce.
This delivers sustainable outcomes for our customers, while protecting and enhancing the long-term value of our assets for our investors.
- Date of establishment 2012
- AUM $4.6bn
- Properties 22
- Space under management 1.6m sqm
- WIP $731m
- Managed Partnerships 2
- Occupancy 99.4%
A great example of working closely with local communities is our long-standing partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, which works to fight hunger. We provide in-kind support, with senior Goodman people on the organisation’s board, while other Goodman people volunteer to prep and distribute food. We also supply cash grants to fund innovative concepts too, such as ‘Park-It Market’ (a market on wheels for seniors) and a COVID-19 drive through, where people could collect groceries contact-free. Our most recent donation resulted in 420,000 meals for those in need in their local community.
We are increasing our green credentials across our property portfolio in the Americas. Our tangible measures focus on reduced energy consumption and include upgrading to LED lighting, and transitioning to more renewable energy through the installation of solar panels. We’re investing in initiatives such as drought tolerant landscaping in the US and tree audits and management in Brazil. And we’re working with customers to reduce waste too, with 50% of the waste in our Brazilian properties diverted to recycling.