Thompson Thrift Investor Newsletter Q2 2022

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Q 2 2022

Investor News Keeping our partners informed about Thompson Thrift.

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Living the core through our mission, values and competencies To positively impact our team members and the communities we serve So “What does Live the Core mean?” The core of Thompson Thrift encompasses our Mission, Core Values, and Core Competencies. These three aspects make up the culture of Thompson Thrift—why we do what we do, our guiding principles, and the behaviors we are all striving to achieve. At Thompson Thrift, our Mission Statement isn’t something that we simply put on the wall. We live it every day by making a positive impact and serving our communities in our work and personal life. As a company, we are successful due to our individual and collective efforts and by Living the Core!

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April Service Day TT Serve is the community impact arm of Thompson Thrift, which gives team members opportunities to live out our mission of positively impacting our team members and the communities we serve. On Friday, April 29th Thompson Thrift team members gathered for a company-wide community service day to support Heart Change. Heart Change is a non-profit organization based out of Indianapolis that seeks to break the generational poverty cycle in families. During this community service day, team members helped with landscaping, painting, demoing a house, building fences, and much more. “Our TT service day projects were long and challenging at times, but we never lost sight of our end goal and why we were there in the first place. Being able to give our day and abilities to Heart Change and transform the facilities they use to better serve their community made it worthwhile.” - Elana Learn more about TT Serve

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2022 Multifamily Market Outlook Thompson Thrift’s Multifamily Market Outlook provides a helpful overview of how our current projects are performing and how we see current and future multifamily market conditions. In the 2022 Multifamily Market Outlook video, Paul Thrift discusses the current state of the multifamily market, economic headwinds affecting the industry, fundamentals driving the health of multifamily, and overall confidence in the future of multifamily. “There remains great opportunity for our proven market and site identification criteria to produce outstanding multifamily opportunities.” - Paul Thrift

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Thompson Thrift 2022 Internship Program Welcome to our Thompson Thrift 2022 Interns! This year’s internship class will be our largest yet with 43 interns from 14 different schools. We can’t wait for our summer interns to lead projects, manage meetings, learn the latest industry trends, and positively impact our team members and the communities we serve. Learn more about our 2022 Interns

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Thompson Thrift Team Member Spotlight Kim Kunz joined Thompson Thrift in April 2022 as the Director of Capital Markets. In her role, she facilitates communications with our investment partners from onboarding through project exits. Additionally, Kim oversees partner reporting for all current development projects. Kim is a graduate of Indiana State University. She resides in Terre Haute, Indiana with her husband Justin and their two children, Elaine and Ezra. For questions or to receive information regarding current investments, Kim can be reached at kkunz@thompsonthrift.com or 317-853-5461.

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Thompson Thrift Acquires 30 Acres for Mixed-Use Development in Phoenix Read the full article in our Pressroom

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Thompson Thrift Development Appoints Daniel Sink as Chief Financial Officer Read the full article in our Pressroom

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Thompson Thrift Residential to Develop Luxury 320-Unit Multifamily Community Outside Orlando Read the full article in our Pressroom

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Thompson Thrift Residential Announces Luxury Multifamily Community in Daytona Beach Read the full article in our Pressroom

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Thompson Thrift Commercial Announces Sale of Sonoran Creek Marketplace Near Phoenix Read the full article in our Pressroom

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Thompson Thrift Commercial Purchases Land to Develop Industrial Parcel Near Phoenix Read the full article in our Pressroom

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The Crossings The Crossings is Lyon Township’s newest Class A luxury apartment community located in New Hudson, Michigan. Lyon Township is located 30 miles northwest of Detroit and 17 miles north of Ann Arbor. The Crossings is a two-story product with over 300 units for residents in the area. Within a fivemile radius, there are only two multifamily rental projects that have been built since the year 2000. The Crossings will feature an attached garage layout, high-end interior finishes, and beautiful community amenities that will make the property stand out in the market. The location of The Crossings is only a half mile from interstate 96, which allows future residents easy access to downtown Detroit, Ann Arbor, and a variety of employment, shopping, dining and entertainment options, adding to its appeal within Lyon Township. PROJECT TYPE

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Cape Coral Commons Located along heavily traveled Del Prado Blvd and Pine Island Rd, this retail development will occupy just over 12 acres and offers plentiful opportunities for shop space and PAD sites that have excellent visibility. Located west of Fort Myers along the Gulf of Mexico, Cape Coral is the third largest city in the physical area within Florida, after Jacksonville and Tampa. Additionally, Cape Coral has been named #9 of 25 “Best Places to Retire” and #1 “America’s Fastest Growing Cities of 2017” by Forbes Magazine. The average annual household income in Cape Coral is over $61,000 and the poverty rate is 3% less than the national average. Some current retailers include Crumbl Cookies, First Watch, Paragon Healthcare Infusion Center, Mission BBQ, Firehouse Subs, PJ’s Coffee, Love Boat Ice Cream, Encore Nail Spa, and Tire Kingdom Service Centers. View project webpage

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Carrie Thrift LaFay VICE PRESIDENT OF CAPITAL MARKETS cthrift@thompsonthrift.com Direct 317-454-8016 Mobile 317-519-8433

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