The founder of Inditex, Amancio Ortega, has made a new real estate investment through Pontegadea. On this occasion, he has acquired a logistics warehouse in Miami (United States), for 113 million dollars, about 103 million euros. This transaction occurs after at the beginning of the month it purchased Amazon’s largest logistics platform in Ireland for 225 million euros.

The new acquisition is a refrigerated warehouse known as Bridge Point Cold Logistics Center, with a area of ​​more than 80,000 square meterslocated in the Hialeah area, near the Miami airport.

Is his eighth purchase of the year and since January it has invested 1.3 billion. Last year there were 2,783 in 13 operations. With your latest acquisition exceeds 4,000 million in the last two exercises.

After this new addition to its real estate portfolio, Ortega reaffirms the strategy undertaken in recent years based on its interest in the logistics sector and investing in US territory.