POTENTIAL DEAL DETAILS
|Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation
|Industrial Logistics Properties Trust
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Blackwells Capital LLC, an alternative investment management firm that is one of the largest owners of Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation (MNR), announced today that on December 18, 2020, it submitted an offer letter to the Company’s Board of Directors outlining an all-cash offer to acquire Monmouth for $18.00 per share.
January 14, 2021: Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation (MNR) today announced that its Board of Directors, working together with its legal and financial advisors, has unanimously decided to explore strategic alternatives to maximize stockholder value.
July 13, 2021: Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corp (MNR) received an unsolicited takeover bid from U.S. investment firm Starwood Capital Group, Bloomberg News reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
August 17, 2021: Blackwells Capital has come out against the sweetened terms of a proposed takeover of Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corp. by Sam Zell’s Equity Commonwealth.
August 31, 2021: Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corporation (MNR) announced that, based on a preliminary count of the votes cast at the Company’s Special Meeting of Stockholders, Monmouth did not obtain the necessary stockholder votes to approve the previously announced merger with Equity Commonwealth (EQC). Monmouth remains open to all available options to maximize long-term stockholder value and realize the full potential of the Company’s high quality industrial portfolio.
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