Portfolio Net Assets
Estimated Annual Expenses
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52 Week Range
|$20.61B||0.87%||$308.2353 - $346.4915|
|As of close||As of|
Managing Director, Global Real Estate
Senior Managing Director, Head of Global Real Estate
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|Real Estate Properties (Net Of Debt)||52.1%|
|Short Term Investments||22.2%|
|Real Estate Joint Venture And Limited Partnerships||16.1%|
|Marketable Securities Real Estate Related||9.1%|
|Convertible Note Receivable||0.5%|
|Other (Net Receivable/Liability)||0.0%|
|% of Total|
|1001 Pennsylvania Avenue||3.6%|
|The Florida Mall||2.6%|
|99 High Street||2.1%|
|DDR Joint Venture||2.0%|
|Fourth and Madison||2.0%|
|425 Park Avenue||1.9%|
|501 Boylston Street||1.8%|
|780 Third Avenue||1.8%|
|Ontario Industrial Portfolio||1.7%|
1Fair Value as reported in the March 31, 2015 Consolidated Schedule of Investments. Investments owned 100% by the Account are reported based on fair value. Investments in joint ventures are reported at fair value and are presented at the Account's ownership interest.
This property, 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, is presented gross of debt. The value of the Account's interest less the fair value of leverage is $476.2 million.
This property, The Florida Mall, is held in a joint venture with Simon Property Group, L.P., in which the Account holds a 50% interest, and is presented net of debt. As of March 31, 2015, this debt had a fair value of $192.0 million.
This property, 99 High Street, is presented gross of debt. The value of the Account's interest less the fair value of leverage is $302.2 million.
This property, Colorado Center, is held in a joint venture with EOP Operating LP, in which the Account holds a 50% interest, and is presented net of debt. As of March 31, 2015, this debt had a fair value of $125.0 million.
This investment, DDR, is held in a joint venture with DDR Corp., in which the Account holds an 85% interest, and consists of 26 retail properties located in 11 states and is presented net of debt. As of March 31, 2015, this debt had a fair value of $689.4 million.
This property, Fourth and Madison, is presented gross of debt. The value of the Account's interest less the fair value of leverage is $253.5 million.
This property, 780 Third Avenue, is presented gross of debt. The value of the Account's interest less the fair value of leverage is $235.0 million.
The risks associated with investing in the Real Estate Account include the risks associated with real estate ownership including among other things fluctuations in property values, higher expenses or lower income than expected, risks associated with borrowing and potential environmental problems and liability, as well as risks associated with participant flows and conflicts of interest. For a more complete discussion of these and other risks, please consult the prospectus.
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