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Since 1991, Phillips Edison* has invested more than $1.8 billion in neighborhood and community shopping centers, building a portfolio of more than 250 assets totaling 26 million square feet in 35 states.** The company's expertise in maximizing each asset's value has made it one of the country's largest privately-held owner/operators of this property type. Previously, this remarkable growth has been funded by institutional investors, pension funds, high net-worth individuals and other major investors.

Now, Phillips Edison & Company has enabled participation by individual investors who might not have qualified for the previous funds. The formation of Phillips Edison Grocery Center REIT I, Inc., ("Phillips Edison REIT I") opens new doors for a growing company and offers solid opportunities for new investors.***

*Phillips Edison refers to our Phillips Edison sponsor and its affiliates, including the property manager and advisor. 

**Certain private funds managed by Phillips Edison have been adversely affected by past economic conditions. Specifically, some of the properties owned by one of Phillips Edison’s private funds were acquired from 2005 through 2007, during a market period characterized by historically low capitalization rates. Subsequent to these acquisitions, market conditions weakened and, as a result, the value of certain properties declined.

***Past performance of Phillips Edison  is no guarantee of future results. Investors are not being offered securities in the advisor or the sponsor.

During October 2015, the funding limit for share repurchases was reached under the terms of the Company’s Share Repurchase Program (“Program”). As a result, the Company does not expect to have additional funds available under the Program during the remainder the first quarter of 2016. Per the terms of the Share Repurchase Program, the funds available during the second and third quarters of 2016, if any, are expected to be limited. If the Company is unable to fulfill all repurchase requests in any month, it will attempt to honor requests on a pro rata basis. The Company will continue to fulfill repurchases sought upon a stockholder’s death, determination of incompetence or qualifying disability in accordance with the terms of the Program.

Closed to all new investments.


12/16/15 Conference Call

To listen to a recording of the conference call held on 12/16/15 click here 

Investor & Broker Dealer Inquiries:

DST Systems, Inc.


Phone: 888-518-8073


Fax: 877-894-1127