Mexico City, September 10, 2015 - Corporacion Inmobiliaria Vesta, S.A. B. de C. V. (“VESTA”) (BMV: Vesta), one of the leading pure play industrial real estate developers in Mexico, today announced its plan to invest approximately US$91.7 million in Veracruz, Puebla and Tijuana during the 2015-2018 period.

On September 9, Vesta acquired land reserve in Veracruz to develop a 120,674 ft2 (11,210 m2 ) build to suit project with Cadena Comercial Oxxo, one of the existing tenants of the company. The investment will total US$6.6 million. The term of the lease will be 15 years and the rental payments will start in April 2016.

Vesta also acquired 12.3 hectares of land in Tijuana, Baja California, for a total cost of US$15.1 million including the corresponding infrastructure. The Company plans to develop approximately 600,000 ft2 (55,742 m2 ) in three buildings in the next 36 months, representing a total investment of up to US$35.6 million, including infrastructure costs.

Additionally, Vesta acquired land reserves totaling 23 hectares in Puebla, including corresponding infrastructure, for US$10.5 million. The land will be used to develop approximately 1,100,000 ft2 (102,193 m2 ) in six buildings, representing a total investment of up to US$49.5 million over the next 36 months.

This investment underlines Vesta’s commitment to maintaining a high rate of expansion in the fastest growing regions of Mexico, as it seeks to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. The company continues to take a proactive approach to growth in order to have facilities available for future clients.

About Vesta

Vesta is a real estate owner, developer and asset administrator of industrial buildings and distribution centers in Mexico. As of June 30, 2015, Vesta owned 117 properties located in modern industrial parks in 12 states of Mexico totaling a GLA of 18.20 million ft2 (1.69 million m2 ). The Company has multinational clients, which are focused in industries such as aerospace, automotive, food and beverage, logistics, medical devices, and plastics, among others. For additional information visit:

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