Nurturing broker-tenant-landlord relationships for shared long-term value

Emira is a leading JSE-listed REIT invested in a quality, balanced portfolio of office, retail, industrial and residential properties. It has 79 directly-held South African properties and diversified offshore with equity investments in 10 grocery-anchored open-air convenience shopping centres in the USA. It began exploring site-embedded energy production with a small 271kWp farm on the roof of Epsom Downs Shopping Centre in Bryanston in 2015, which generated power used at the property.

Greater shopping experiences will be more important than ever in 2022

Emira is a leading JSE-listed REIT invested in a quality, balanced portfolio of office, retail, industrial and residential properties. It has 79 directly-held South African properties and diversified offshore with equity investments in 10 grocery-anchored open-air convenience shopping centres in the USA. It began exploring site-embedded energy production with a small 271kWp farm on the roof of Epsom Downs Shopping Centre in Bryanston in 2015, which generated power used at the property.

Corporate purpose drives our performance

Emira is a leading JSE-listed REIT invested in a quality, balanced portfolio of office, retail, industrial and residential properties. It has 79 directly-held South African properties and diversified offshore with equity investments in 10 grocery-anchored open-air convenience shopping centres in the USA. It began exploring site-embedded energy production with a small 271kWp farm on the roof of Epsom Downs Shopping Centre in Bryanston in 2015, which generated power used at the property.

Emira gives biodiversity preservation the green thumbs up

Emira is a leading JSE-listed REIT invested in a quality, balanced portfolio of office, retail, industrial and residential properties. It has 79 directly-held South African properties and diversified offshore with equity investments in 10 grocery-anchored open-air convenience shopping centres in the USA. It began exploring site-embedded energy production with a small 271kWp farm on the roof of Epsom Downs Shopping Centre in Bryanston in 2015, which generated power used at the property.