Cantor Fitzgerald Income Trust, Inc. Closes $118M in Real Estate

NEW YORK, July 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cantor Fitzgerald Income Trust, Inc. (“CF Income Trust”), a non-traded real estate investment trust and affiliate of Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., announced today the completion of more than $118 million in real estate-related transactions since the beginning of 2022. As of June 30, 2022, the portfolio exceeds 6.9 million square feet1 with total assets controlled of $1.05 billion.2 Chris Milner, President of CF Income Trust, stated, “We have been active, thus far in 2022, and continue to execute on our high conviction themes of acquiring well-located multifamily properties and net lease assets with strong tenants.”

Recent acquisitions include:

Eisai Inc. North American Headquarters – Nutley, New Jersey – Class-A Office

On April 22, 2022, CF Income Trust, through a joint venture with a subsidiary of Cantor Fitzgerald Investors, LLC, indirectly acquired 10% of the interests in a Delaware Statutory Trust that purchased a 15-story, 332,000 square foot Class-A office tower located in Nutley, New Jersey. The property is leased to Eisai Inc. and serves as the North American headquarters for Eisai Co., Ltd. (“Eisai”), a Japan-based global pharmaceutical company.

The property was most recently renovated in 2021 and is designed to nurture the company’s hybrid flexible working model, which allows for collaboration and interaction among colleagues. Additional features include a 405-seat auditorium, private outdoor garden, and amenity area. “The property is located within the master planned ON3 life sciences campus, an area that will ultimately include 1.4 million square feet of office/R&D/medical space, multifamily residential, retail amenities, a full-service hotel, and significant green space,” said Roger Shreero, Managing Director, Cantor Fitzgerald. “This newly renovated, high-quality asset is a great addition to the portfolio and is a centerpiece within the growing life sciences landscapes of the Nutley and Clifton townships.” Click to read more at