BRAMPTON, Ontario — Loblaw Cos. last week said it plans to spin off its real estate holdings in a separate real estate investment trust in a deal it said would unlock value for shareholders and provide the retailer an additional source of capital. Loblaw said it would contribute approximately 35 million square feet of properties to the REIT, including stores, shopping centers, warehouses and office properties. It estimated the properties have a current market value of around $7 ...
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