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Sunday, 05/21/2023 11:31:25 PM

Sunday, May 21, 2023 11:31:25 PM

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>>> While Brookfield Properties defaulted on $1 billion of loans, they lost $850 million in their prior equity value in these properties.

333 S Hope Street $701 million
333 S Grand Ave $656 million
725 S Figueroa Street $497 million

These properties are essentially fully leased, although there is a substantial amount of space available for sublease. Brookfield must have been facing a lot of lease expirations they didn't think they could fill.

A US debt default would really knock the floor out from under commercial real estate values

Brookfield had previously filed an application to add a residential high-rise to Bank of America Plaza, a 55-story office tower located at 333 S. Hope Street.

The project, named the Residences at 333 South Hope Street, would replace a portion of the building's plaza and parking structure with a new 34-story edifice featuring 366 studio, one-, and two-bedroom dwellings with a 425-square-foot cafe located at street level.

At one time this added residential would have saved their bacon. -


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