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Four Springs Capital Trust Fourth Quarter 2013 Property Acquisitions



  Four Springs Capital Trust Fourth Quarter 2013 Property Acquisitions

Business Wire

LAKE COMO, N.J. -- January 8, 2014

Four Springs Capital Trust (“FSCT” or the “Company”) acquired an additional
116,782 square feet of net leased properties to its portfolio during the
fourth quarter of 2013. The total consists of (i) a 100,000 square foot
build-to-suit industrial building net leased to a subsidiary of Monsanto
Company (NYSE: MON) (the lease guarantor) and (ii) a 16,782 square foot kidney
dialysis clinic building net leased to a subsidiary of Fresenius Medical Care
(NYSE: FMS) (the lease guarantor).

These acquisitions evidence the Company’s continued commitment to further
diversify its portfolio by property type to include industrial/warehouse and
medical office properties as well as retail properties while maintaining its
focus on strong tenants and long remaining lease terms.

“We are proud to add another strong company, Monsanto, to our tenant mix, and
we are pleased to expand our relationship with Fresenius, each being a leader
in its respective industry,” said William Dioguardi, President and Chief
Executive Officer of Four Springs Capital Trust.

Four Springs Capital Trust is a private real estate investment trust focused
on acquiring a diversified portfolio of retail, industrial/warehouse and
medical properties net leased to investment grade and other creditworthy
tenants under long-term leases.

Contact:

Four Springs Capital Trust
Cindy Daly, 877-449-8828, X7348
Director of Acquisitions
info@fscap.net
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