Skip to main content
Open this photo in gallery:

RioCan REIT-owned eCentral building in midtown Toronto.Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail

RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust REI-UN-T reported second-quarter net income of $78.5 million, down from $145.3 million a year ago, as committed occupancy returned to pre-pandemic levels.

RioCan says same property net operating income (NOI) growth to 6.2 per cent helped the trust in the second quarter, in addition to higher residential NOI and residential inventory gains, but this was offset by a net loss related to the fair value of investment properties of $42.3 million compared to a $22.9 million fair value gain in the same period last year.

Revenue totalled $308.4 million for the quarter ended June 30, up from $297.7 million in the same quarter last year.

Meanwhile, funds from operations totalled $131.7 million or 43 cents per diluted unit, up from $127.5 million or 40 cents per unit a year earlier.

The trust says its committed occupancy rate for the quarter was 97.2 per cent, up from 96.1 per cent in the same quarter last year and driven by improved retail committed occupancy.

RioCan CEO Jonathan Gitlin says he and his team remain confident in the company’s growth trajectory going into the second half of the year and will “continuously evolve (its) portfolio to meet ever-changing market demands with more essential and resilient tenants.”

Your time is valuable. Have the Top Business Headlines newsletter conveniently delivered to your inbox in the morning or evening. Sign up today.

Report an error

Tickers mentioned in this story

Study and track financial data on any traded entity: click to open the full quote page. Data updated as of 01/03/24 4:00pm EST.

SymbolName% changeLast
Riocan Real Est Un

Follow related authors and topics

Authors and topics you follow will be added to your personal news feed in Following.

Interact with The Globe