STAG Industrial (NYSE:STIR) a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) which focuses on the acquisition of single-tenant industrial properties in the United States. After the completion of its IPO, STAG will have a portfolio of 91 properties consisting of a total 13.9M rentable square feet across 26 states. STAG focuses on Class B properties - properties that are 10-50 years old, have average to good maintenance, and are functional. As a result, STAG purchases its properties on secondary markets, which it believes tend to have lower volatility. Each of these properties range in prices from $5M to $25M. STAG makes money by renting its properties to tenants and by selling its properties and realizing a capital gain .
STAG's investments depend primarily on the housing market and the industrial sector. While the supply of new, Class A properties remain low, the prices of the Class B properties that STAG owns will rise. In addition, the strengthening industrial sector will increase demand of for warehouses and industrial buildings that STAG owns. 
The company's initial public offering of stock on the NYSE occurred on April 14, 2011. The company offered 13.75M shares each for $13. This was below the $15-$17 initial price range. This offering raised a total of $179M. The lead underwriter of the IPO were Bank of America (BAC), J P Morgan Chase (JPM), and UBS AG (UBS).
For the full year 2010, STAG's total revenue was $53M, while its net income was $1.8M.