Oak Brook, Ill. – Inland Real Estate Income Trust, Inc. (“Inland Income Trust” or the “Company”), a non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT), announced today the completion of its “best efforts” initial public offering on October 16, 2015. Inland Income Trust raised over $856 million of investor capital, including more than $122.1 million in the last 60 business days of the offering. The Company will continue to use the offering proceeds to acquire multi-tenant retail assets and, based on the current pipeline, expects to have the remaining capital invested by the end of 2016. Coupled with mortgage financing, the Company’s aggregate portfolio size is expected to grow to over $1.5 billion.
“I’m pleased that we raised more than $856 million of investor capital for Inland Income Trust,” said Mitchell Sabshon, president and chief executive officer of Inland Real Estate Investment Corporation. “Inland Income Trust has built an excellent portfolio of stable properties, located in ideal markets with strong demographics and high occupancies, with the goal of generating sustainable distributions for its investors. At November 30, 2015, the properties in the portfolio had an aggregate purchase price of approximately $1.2 billion, and maintained a weighted average economic occupancy of 97 percent.”
As of November 30, 2015, Inland Income Trust’s portfolio of assets included 53 retail properties, in 22 states, totaling approximately 5.8 million square feet. Since its inception, the Company has paid 35 consecutive monthly distributions.
About Inland Real Estate Income Trust, Inc.
Inland Real Estate Income Trust, Inc. was formed to acquire, directly or indirectly, a portfolio of commercial real estate located throughout the United States. Inland Real Estate Income Trust, Inc. is focused on acquiring primarily core multi-tenant retail assets. Inland Real Estate Income Trust, Inc. is sponsored by Inland Real Estate Investment Corporation.
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