CWH Key Stats
- Ashford Trust to Divest Hotel Properties - Analyst Blog Zacks Jun 18
- Glass Lewis urges change at Commonwealth REIT Jun 18
- Ashford Trust to Divest Hotel Properties Jun 18
- Wall Street Transcript Interview with Robert Barton, EVP and CFO of American Ass... Jun 18
- InPlay: CommonWealth REIT: Glass Lewis recommends Commonwealth REIT shareholders... Jun 18
- Glass Lewis Recommends Commonwealth REIT Shareholders Remove Entire Board Of Tru... Jun 18
- CommonWealth REIT Issues Open Letter to Shareholders Business Wire Jun 17
- Corvex And Related Send Letter To Commonwealth REIT Shareholders PR Newswire Jun 17
- CommonWealth REIT Larger Than S&P 500 Component Apollo Group Jun 14
- ISS Recommends Removing CommonWealth Board, Corvex Says Jun 14
CWH Total Returns Comparison
This total returns chart shows the returns to an investor from both price appreciation and dividends (dividends are assumed to be reinvested). CommonWealth REIT is up 30.16% over the last year vs S&P 500 Total Return up 25.82%, Boston Properties up 8.42%, and Sunstone Hotel Investors up 17.39%.
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CommonWealth REIT is a real estate investment trust, or REIT, which primarily owns office and industrial buildings located throughout the United States. The majority of its properties are office buildings located in suburban areas and central business districts, or CBDs, of major metropolitan markets. CWH was founded in 1986 and went public on the New York Stock Exchange as a REIT that owned healthcare related properties. In the 1990’s it transformed into an office REIT by selling healthcare assets and buying office buildings. The company also formed three subsidiary REITs: Hospitality Properties Trust (HPT), a REIT that owns hotels and travel centers; Senior Housing Properties Trust (SNH), a REIT that primarily owns healthcare properties; and Government Properties Income Trust (GOV), a REIT that primarily owns and leases office buildings that are majority leased to government tenants. HPT, SNH and GOV became separate public companies in 1995, 1999 and 2009, respectively. The company has changed its name from HRPT Properties Trust to CommonWealth REIT in July 2010. It was founded by Barry M. Portnoy on October 9, 1986 and is headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts.