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CF Income Trust Extends Lease Term on 7 Walgreens Locations

Cantor Fitzgerald Income Trust (CF Income Trust) said Wednesday that through its indirect wholly-owned subsidiary, CF Net Lease Portfolio IV, DST (DST IV), it had entered into an agreement with Walgreens Co. to extend the lease term on seven Walgreens locations with strong historical performance owned by DST IV. 

The agreement confirms Walgreens’ waiver of a termination option, thereby extending the first-term lease maturity dates by five years to Nov. 30, 2036, which CF Income Trust expects to be accretive to the value of the Walgreens assets.

Under the terms of the agreement, Walgreens received $2.7 million from CF Income Trust in exchange for the waiver of a termination right by the tenant. The Walgreens assets are currently encumbered by a single CMBS loan with an anticipated repayment date of Dec. 31, 2026, leaving nearly 10 years of lease term beyond the stated loan maturity.


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