Press Release

JLL Income Property Trust Acquires Premier Denver-Area Apartment Community

October 27, 2021 — Chicago

Exterior photo of an apartment building in Denver. Bikes can be seen by the walkway.

JLL Income Property Trust, an institutionally managed daily NAV REIT (NASDAQ: ZIPTAX; ZIPTMX; ZIPIAX; ZIPIMX) with more than $5.1 billion in portfolio assets, announced today the acquisition of Miramont Apartments in the Denver suburb of Fort Collins, Colorado. The 15-building, 210-unit garden-style apartment community was acquired for approximately $58 million, bringing the portfolio’s total residential allocation to more than $2 billion, or 43 percent of total assets.

“The addition of Miramont Apartments increases our residential allocation, an overweight target for us, and aligns with our strategy to invest in well-located multifamily communities with strong demand drivers and high barriers to entry for new competition,” said Allan Swaringen, JLL Income Property Trust President, and CEO. “Given its proximity to key economic drivers such as Colorado State University and local technology and manufacturing companies, along with a limited construction pipeline and low vacancy, we believe this investment will continue to see strong tenant demand and stable occupancy, making this an attractive, long-term investment for our diversified portfolio.”

Constructed in 1995, Miramont Apartments recently underwent unit renovations and has maintained a strong average occupancy of greater than 94 percent over the past three years. The community is currently more than 98 percent leased.

Located 50 miles north of Denver along I-25, Fort Collins is the No. 3-ranked market by LaSalle Research & Strategy on its most recent Small Apartment Market Analysis owing to Fort Collins’s limited construction pipeline, strong long-term vacancy rate of just 4.3 percent (15-year average) and annualized rent growth of 4 percent over the last 15 years. This market’s vacancy rate and rent growth are 1.2 percent and 1.6 percent better than the US average, respectively. Fort Collins also has a favorable rent versus own dynamic with median home prices of more than $400,000. The city also benefits from a strong labor market, bolstered by Colorado State University, which drives demand for well-located highly-amenitized apartment communities. The property is also located in an A-rated school district, according to, and benefits from several walkable retail amenities.

About JLL Income Property Trust, Inc., Inc. (NASDAQ: ZIPTAX; ZIPTMX; ZIPIAX; ZIPIMX)

JLL Income Property Trust, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZIPTAX; ZIPTMX; ZIPIAX; ZIPIMX), is a daily NAV REIT that owns and manages a diversified portfolio of high quality, income-producing apartment, industrial, grocery-anchored retail, healthcare and office properties located in the United States. JLL Income Property Trust expects to further diversify its real estate portfolio over time, including on a global basis.

About LaSalle Investment Management

LaSalle Investment Management is one of the world’s leading real estate investment managers. On a global basis, LaSalle manages over US $89 billion of assets in private and public real estate property and debt investments as of Q4 2023. LaSalle’s diverse client base includes public and private pension funds, insurance companies, governments, corporations, endowments and private individuals from across the globe. LaSalle sponsors a complete range of investment vehicles including separate accounts, open- and closed-end funds, public securities and entity-level investments. For more information please visit, and LinkedIn.

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