BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Plymouth Industrial REIT, Inc. (NYSE American: PLYM) announced it has received approval from the New York Stock Exchange (the “NYSE”) to transfer the listing of its common stock from the NYSE American (the “NYSE-A”) to the NYSE. Plymouth expects its common stock to begin trading on the NYSE effective at the opening of markets on February 27, 2020. Plymouth’s Series A Preferred Stock will continue to trade on the NYSE-A for the foreseeable future.
Plymouth’s common stock will trade on the NYSE under the ticker symbols “PLYM”, the same symbol the common stock traded under on the NYSE-A.
Jeff Witherell, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, noted, “The uplisting to the NYSE reflects the benefits of a lot of hard work by our team over the past two years as a public company and our strong corporate governance. We have grown the company through disciplined capital allocation and the accessing of capital markets as well as executing on our top leasing and asset management goals.”
In connection with the listing of its common stock the Company will voluntarily delist its common stock from the NYSE-A.
Plymouth Industrial REIT, Inc. is a vertically integrated and self-managed real estate investment trust focused on the acquisition and operation of single and multi-tenant industrial properties located in secondary and select primary markets across the United States. The Company seeks to acquire properties that provide income and growth that enable the Company to leverage its real estate operating expertise to enhance shareholder value through active asset management, prudent property re-positioning and disciplined capital deployment.
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