Inland Real Estate Corporation Joint Venture Acquires Walmart-Anchored Shopping Centers in Milwaukee Market

  Inland Real Estate Corporation Joint Venture Acquires Walmart-Anchored
  Shopping Centers in Milwaukee Market

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OAK BROOK, Ill. -- September 12, 2013

Inland Real Estate Corporation (NYSE:IRC) today announced that its joint
venture with Dutch pension fund advisor PGGM has acquired a portfolio of three
Walmart-anchored shopping centers in the Milwaukee market for a total purchase
price of $24.2 million, subject to future earn out payments. The portfolio
totals approximately 174,500 square feet of retail space and was acquired from
a regional developer in an off-market transaction.

“We continue to grow our platform through the acquisition of high-quality
properties which strengthen the credit quality of our tenant base, as well as
improve the diversification metrics and growth profile of our portfolio,” said
Scott Carr, chief investment officer for Inland Real Estate Corporation. “In
addition, our ability to acquire these assets through our joint venture with
PGGM allows us to leverage our partner’s capital and achieve an attractive
return on our equity, while retaining the option to increase our ownership
interest in the future.”

The portfolio includes the 62,307-square-foot Capital and 124^th shopping
center in Wauwatosa, Wis.; the 71,927-square-foot Pilgrim Village shopping
center in Menomonee Falls, Wis.; and the 40,302-square-foot Timmerman Plaza in
Milwaukee, Wis. The property details are as follows:

  *The Capitol and 124^th shopping center is 100 percent leased and anchored
    by a new 38,093-square-foot Walmart Neighborhood Market and a
    13,000-square-foot Petco store. The city of Wauwatosa, Wis. is located
    approximately eight miles northwest of downtown Milwaukee. The shopping
    center is situated within a dense trade area, drawing from a population
    base of approximately 77,600 with an average household income of nearly
    $68,300 within a 3-mile radius.
  *The 100 percent leased Pilgrim Village shopping center is anchored by a
    new 40,596-square-foot Walmart Neighborhood Market on a ground lease, with
    the balance of the center leased to a restaurant, hair salon and wine
    shop. Also included in the purchase are three outparcels to be developed.
    The city of Menomonee Falls is located approximately 14 miles northwest of
    downtown Milwaukee. Pilgrim Village is well-located at the busy
    intersection of Pilgrim Drive and Main Street next to Highway 45 and
    supported by average household income of more than $75,000 within a
    three-mile radius.
  *The Timmerman Plaza property is shadow anchored by a new Walmart
    Supercenter and a Pick N Save grocery store (Roundy’s Inc.). Included in
    the acquisition are a 12,000-square-foot store leased to Dollar Tree and a
    recently renovated 28,300-square-foot multi-tenant retail building. The
    property is located in the northwest corridor of Milwaukee and draws from
    a population base of approximately 99,300 with average household income of
    over $53,300 within a three-mile radius.

About Inland Real Estate Corporation

Inland Real Estate Corporation is a self-administered and self-managed
publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT) that owns and operates
open-air neighborhood, community, power and lifestyle retail centers and
single-tenant properties located primarily in the Midwestern United States. As
of June 30, 2013, the Company owned interests in 154 investment properties,
including 40 owned through its unconsolidated joint ventures, with aggregate
leasable space of approximately 15 million square feet. For additional
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Inland Real Estate Corporation Contacts:
Dawn Benchelt, Assistant Vice President/Investor Relations Director
(630) 218-7364
Beth Hicks, Assistant Vice President/Marketing Director
(630) 954-4411
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