I'll start by assuming you are a reasonable and intelligent investor. Just for my own 'peace of mind'. You certainly understand risk/reward, and probably know about 'Beta' risk ratings. You will have, of course, carefully read background information before investing in this speculative stock, possibly even (is it possible?) the prospectus.
If 'peace of mind' was a high priority, your investment advisor was remiss in not suggesting zero-coupon treasury bills, or some such widows-and-orphans approach.
But hold! I do not mean to impugn your character by daring to suggest a lack of either courage or good sense! Please consider the following:
Unlike 'conventional' REITS, PZN's fundamental underlying value is tied up in a particularly illiquid sort of Real Estate, with especially limited resale value. Having owned and followed several other REIT investments for years now, like BRI, NNN, and MTH, I must admit I came to my investment in PZN with several serious misconceptions. Reasoning by analogy can be expensive.
I have come to believe that the real value in PZN is represented by less tangible and unpredictable assets: the company's ability to generate revenue by retaining and increasing its contractual revenue streams. The good news is that, in its specialized field, there is a strong 'ratchet' effect: once a 'customer' is brought on board, they are far more likely than not to stay a customer: renewing contracts, even at carefully calculated 'enhanced' prices, over time, will be far less costly than building alternative facilities, or leasing them from a competitor. Being brave enough to build 'on spec' is a risk, but fortune favors the bold.