Specialty REITs

REITs Ranked by Specialty Sector

Specialty Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can focus on the ownership, acquisition, development, redevelopment, and operation of a diverse set of specialized asset types. Such as but not limited to entertainment assets such as gaming and leisure properties, casinos, megaplex theatres, family entertainment and retail centers. Recreation properties such as ski areas, golf courses and golf complexes, and touristic and entertainment attractions. Education assets such as public charter schools, private schools, early childhood education centers. Agricultural assets such as farmland for production of food, fuel, fiber and feed. Data storage assets that include records management, data management, cloud services, document management, data centers, art storage and logistics, and secure shredding. Advertising assets such as a variety of billboard formats, interstate logo and transit advertising formats, digital billboards, airport advertising and displays, mobile advertising and non-conventional advertising portfolio. Correctional real estate assets such as prisons, jails and detention facilities, along with residential reentry facilities.

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Symbol REIT Name REITRating™ Score* Sector Type Listing Status Market Cap
ALEX Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. 6.9 Diversified, Retail, Office, Industrial, Specialty Equity REIT Public Small-Cap
COLD Americold Realty Trust 7.9 Industrial, 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.