Press Release

JLL Income Property Trust Closes Sale of 111 Sutter Continuing Strategy to De-Risk Portfolio

February 13, 2019 — Chicago

111 Sutter entrance

JLL Income Property Trust, an institutionally managed, daily-valued, perpetual life REIT (NASDAQ: ZIPTAX; ZIPTMX; ZIPIAX; ZIPIMX), today announced the sale of 111 Sutter Street in San Francisco, a multi-tenant office building and the largest single property investment in its 70 property, $2.7 billion portfolio. At a sale price of $227 million, this asset had appreciated to nearly 10% of the portfolio. With near-record pricing for the San Francisco market, the asset closed at more than two times the initial acquisition cost. The disposition comes at a time when San Francisco office rents and per-square-foot prices are at an all-time high.

“The iconic 111 Sutter building has been a cornerstone of our portfolio since we launched JLL Income Property Trust in 2012,” said Allan Swaringen, President and CEO of JLL Income Property Trust. “It has been one of our best-performing investments over the last seven years. That said, in keeping with our core investment strategy, we’ve sold over $730 million and more than 30 properties, harvesting gains and reinvesting in properties and markets that we believe represent better risk-adjusted opportunities for our investors.” Swaringen further noted, “Recognizing we are later in the cycle, we believe it is essential to be a timely seller as well as a disciplined acquirer. In keeping with our de-risking portfolio strategy, we have been underweighting our allocation to office properties and focusing on property types that historically have required less ongoing capital investment and have generated more free cash flow from operations.”

Proceeds from the sale will be reinvested across a number of other properties and geographic markets, further diversifying JLL Income Property Trust’s portfolio. “We have an attractive pipeline of potential new property investments spread across different property sectors and markets, all better aligned with our core, income-oriented, lower volatility, and lower leverage investment strategy,” commented Swaringen.

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, Inc. a member of the JLL group and advisor to JLL Income Property Trust, is one of the world’s leading real estate investment managers with approximately $86.6 billion equity and debt investments under management (as of Q3 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. LaSalle is a wholly-owned, operationally independent subsidiary of Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. (NYSE: JLL), one of the world’s largest real estate companies. For more information please visit

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