Infrastructure REITs

REITs Ranked by Infrastructure Sector


Infrastructure Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can own, develop, acquire and manage infrastructure assets in a diverse set of industries. These assets can include but are not limited to: utility-like assets include pipelines, power lines, substations, transmission towers, distribution poles, transformers, storage tanks, renewable energy, backup power systems, rate-regulated electric transmission and distribution assets, transmission lines and gathering systems. It can include communication assets such as communication towers, wireless and broadcast communications infrastructure, mission-critical communications infrastructure, fiber optics and small cell, Distributed Antenna System (DAS) networks. Additionally, it can include assets such as transportation infrastructure, solar, wind, hydropower, and geothermal generating facilities. These assets can be assets leased to a wide range of industries such as energy companies, communication companies, mobile companies, government, and may other business and service providers.

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Symbol REIT Name REITRating™ Score* Sector Type Listing Status Market Cap
AMT American Tower Corp 7.7 Infrastructure Equity REIT Public Large-Cap
CORR Corenergy Infrastructure Trust, Inc. 8.1 Infrastructure Equity REIT Public Small-Cap
CCI Crown Castle International Corp. 8.3 Infrastructure Equity REIT Public Large-Cap
LMRK Landmark Infrastructure Partners LP 5.8 Infrastructure Equity REIT Public Small-Cap
PW Power REIT 6.4 Infrastructure Equity REIT Public Micro-Cap
SBAC SBA Communications Corporation 5.7 Infrastructure Equity REIT Public Large-Cap
UNIT Uniti Group, Inc. 4.5 Infrastructure Equity REIT Public Mid-Cap
ZAYO Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. 4.6 Infrastructure, Specialty Equity REIT Public Mid-Cap

*REITRating is REITNote's Real Estate Investment Trust industry-specific rating and ranking system. The REIT’s score for each analysis is out of ten points, with ten being the best score and zero being the worst. A score of zero can be assigned if the REIT does not meet the criteria for that specific analysis. N/A is assigned if insufficient data is available for a particular analysis. Our REITRating logic is continuously improving, so a REIT’s rating and ranking may change over time. Important Note: REITRating is not a predictor of a REIT’s future performance, it is an evaluation of its past results. Additionally, the REITRating system is for informational purposes only and does not represent financial or investment advice or a recommendation of which REITs to acquire. Learn more.