Business Model


  • PAIP is a well-diversified industrial portfolio which acquired 36 assets in 4 states, successfully satisfying its geographical and asset allocation targets.
  • The vehicle is designed to aggregate a portfolio of income producing value-add industrial and business park assets so as to generate high returns via active management of assets, repositioning and adding value wherever possible.
  • A wholesale fund invested in core-plus warehouse and logistics assets with repositioning and re-rating potential.
  • The fund will target assets located on the eastern seaboard of Australia (Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane).
  • The fund currently holds 10 assets across four states (majority held in NSW and VIC).
  • The Australian Logistics Trust was established to acquire long lease near new assets to create a capital structure with the ability to drive a strong distribution yield.
  • The strategy is to build a diversified portfolio across the main cities in Australia with strong covenant tenants.
  • The portfolio currently holds two seed assets which were purpose built in 2010 to provide state-of-the-art facilities to the tenant.
  • The properties are strategically located within established industrial precincts in the Melbourne western suburb of Derrimut, and Brisbane’s southern suburb of Parkinson.
  • The PHL Moelis Braeside Trust was established to acquire a high quality industrial asset in the Melbourne suburb of Braeside.
  • The strategy is to deliver a steady distribution yield to investors and to seek to extend the lease of the sitting tenant to drive capital value and further strengthen the income profits.
  • Propertylink Commercial and Industrial Partnership was established to acquire Australian assets across commercial, industrial and healthcare sectors that exhibit long, low risk cash flows.
  • The partnership will opportunistically seek acquisitions over a period of 24 months.
  • To date the Partnership has acquired one asset in Ormeau QLD.


  • Portfolio consists of a single value add asset in Miller Street, North Sydney.
  • Our strategy is to actively manage the asset, while preparing planning and development programs for the future commercial repositioning of the asset.
  • In parallel with the core commercial strategy, Propertylink is investigating the opportunity for future re-zoning.
  • The portfolio consists of a single asset in Sydney’s CBD.
  • Two strategies are being evaluated, future residential conversion or asset redevelopment.
  • POP III strategy focuses on investment into the Sydney and Melbourne CBD markets and the Sydney metropolitan markets.
  • The Portfolio currently holds three commercial assets located in Sydney’s North West.
  • The fund will target assets in locations with expected upside potential due to stock reductions, which will reduce competition and provide change of use potential.
  • Strong focus on sustainability, targeting NABERS upgrades to assets and initiatives to improve asset environments.