JLL Income Property Trust Fully Subscribes $90 Million Life Sciences DST

JLL Income Property Trust, an institutionally-managed daily NAV REIT (NASDAQ: ZIPTAX; ZIPTMX; ZIPIAX; ZIPIMX) with $7 billion in portfolio assets, announced today that it has fully subscribed JLLX Ardenwood, DST. The $90 million, two-property life sciences portfolio, located in Fremont, California, was structured as a Delaware Statutory Trust designed to provide 1031 exchange investors the opportunity to reinvest proceeds from the sale of appreciated real estate, while also deferring taxes, maintaining their allocation to real estate and enjoying the opportunity to realize long-term appreciation in a tax efficient manner.

“We are pleased to have fully subscribed JLLX Ardenwood, DST,” said Drew Dornbusch, Head of JLL Exchange. “We continue to see strong demand from 1031 exchange investors and their financial advisors, as demonstrated by the successful syndication of this $90 million offering.”

“Life science properties in the Bay Area are among the strongest performing in the medical/healthcare sector, with demand significantly outpacing supply. With a weighted average lease term of more than six years, the Ardenwood properties provide our investors a durable stream of income from Class A real estate leased to strong, creditworthy tenants,” said Allan Swaringen, President and CEO of JLL Income Property Trust. “Wealth management firms and their property owner clients who participated in the JLLX Ardenwood, DST offering recognized the high-quality real estate, the benefits of our institutional management, and the investor-friendly structure of our JLL Exchange platform.”

Since launching the program in 2020, JLL Exchange has provided investors with more than $1 billion of like kind exchange interests through 19 DST offerings to property owners seeking to reinvest proceeds from their sale of appreciated investment real estate in a tax efficient manner. JLL Income Property Trust has completed 9 full cycle 721 UPREIT transactions totaling more than $680 million to date.

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