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Inland REIT in $2.8 Billion 2021 Acquisitions, $1.27 Billion of Distributions

The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies announced today that its Inland-sponsored real estate investment products collectively paid total distributions to investors of approximately $1.27 billion*, raised $1.5 billion in new capital and acquired $2.8 billion in new commercial real estate assets in 2021.

“Even amid the ongoing pandemic, 2021 was a strong year for Inland,” commented Daniel L. Goodwin, chairman and chief executive officer of The Inland Real Estate Group, LLC. “We experienced growth in substantially all of our investment product lines.”

The company’s 2021 milestones include:

·  Inland paid total distributions to investors of approximately $1.27 billion*, an increase of 29 percent over 2020. Inland’s growth in distributions underscores the Company’s ongoing commitment to investors.

·  Inland raised $1.5 billion in new capital across a broad range of investment products, including Delaware statutory trusts, Qualified Opportunity Zones, REITs, CRE development joint ventures and private placements, representing an aggregate 98 percent increase over 2020.

·  Inland acquired over 100 commercial real estate properties located across the country in high-demand asset classes, including multifamily apartments, single-family rental, self-storage, distribution centers, triple-net leased properties, student housing, senior living, necessity-based retail, manufactured housing and recreational vehicle parks. 

·  Inland developed and sold new-construction multifamily properties for an aggregate of $142 million.

·  Assets Under Management increased to approximately $12 billion across Inland programs.

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