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Investments in the real estate sector are crucial for the development of any economy. It is estimated that Brazil loses more than US$83 billion a year due to its high logistics costs (about 15% of the country‘s GDP) and that its housing deficit surpasses 5 million homes, figures which, among other things, demonstrate the lack of investment in such an important and strategic sector.

INFRA believes these investments are essential for mitigating the deficit in infrastructure (logistics, housing, industrial, services, etc.) and represent solid and reliable investment opportunities.

To make these investments, the real estate investment fund INFRA Real Estate FII was created, which seeks opportunities nationwide and in various types of projects to build a project portfolio suited to its target public.

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North Paraná Logistics Center

Located in the Londrina region of Paraná state, the project consists of a business park of class A or higher facilities that seeks to meet the latest demands in the sector and region, which concentrates companies in the retail, manufacturing, logistics, and food and beverage industries.

Logistics Center – PSA

Construction of logistics warehouses under a build-to-suit arrangement for Peugeot and Citroën, located in Porto Real, Rio de Janeiro.

Substation PSA

Construction of a substation and internal distribution ring, under a build-to-suit arrangement, for Peugeot and Citroen, in Porto Real, Rio de Janeiro.

Other Projects

Other projects ongoing or being prospected by INFRA include:

Acquisition of a portfolio of middle-income real estate units for lease or sale.

Prospecting of residential projects (lot developments, home developments, etc.) that feature mixed-use, logistics and industrial projects.