Parkit Announces Record Year End Results
Vancouver, B.C., March 1, 2016 – Parkit Enterprise Inc. (“Parkit” or “the Company”) [TSX-V:PKT, OTCQX: PKTEF] yesterday reported its financial and operational results for the fiscal year ended October 31, 2015.
In 2015, Parkit established itself as both a specialized asset manager and a significant investor in an institutional JV. In the process, the Company achieved record profits and transformed the balance sheet.
- Sold Canopy, recognizing a gain of $13.6 million
- Sold Expresso, recognizing a gain of $1.2 million
- Invested $7.6 million into OP Holdings, its institutional JV
- Invested $886,000 into Fly-Away Parking, Nashville
- Record profit of $15.0 million (includes gain on sale of assets)
- Investments of $15.6 million
- Increased cash to $1.2 million; decreased liabilities to $0.6 million
- Increased net asset value to $16.4 million.
“2015 was a transformative year for Parkit. The realization of our institutional JV set the stage for long-term value gains. Our pipeline is healthy and our team remains focused on acquiring, optimizing, and aggregating parking facilities across North America.” - Rick Baxter, CEO
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Parkit Enterprise Inc. is engaged in the acquisition, optimization and asset management of income producing parking facilities across the United States.
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