Shopping Center Business

MAY 2015

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1 888 411-CIBC www.cibcwm.com/realestate New York | Atlanta | Chicago | Newport Beach * Investment Deal of the Year – CIBC acted as Advisor in the sale of 79 Canadian offce and industrial properties to Slate Properties Inc., NAIOP REX, 2014 The wholesale banking arm of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce includes its branches in Hong Kong and Singapore, as well as its wholly owned subsidiary CIBC World Markets Inc. and other directly or indirectly held subsidiaries including: CIBC World Markets Corp., CIBC World Markets plc, CIBC World Markets Securities Ireland Limited, CIBC Australia Ltd., and CIBC World Markets (Japan) Inc. CIBC World Markets Inc. is a member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund and the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada. CIBC World Markets Corp. is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. CIBC World Markets plc is regulated by the Financial Services Authority. CIBC World Markets Securities Ireland Limited is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. CIBC Australia Ltd. is regulated by the Australia Securities and Investment Commission. CIBC World Markets (Japan) Inc. is a member of the Japanese Securities Dealer Association. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Hong Kong Branch, is a registered institution under the Securities and Futures Ordinance , Cap 571. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Singapore Branch, is an offshore bank licensed and regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Owners, developers, investment funds and real estate companies rely on the expertise of our Real Estate Finance Group for a full suite of commercial loan and fnancing programs. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce ranked as the strongest of the major banks (publicly traded) in North America – Bloomberg Markets, 2014 NAIOP REX Award for Investment Deal of the Year* $221,500,000 Interim Offce 311 South Wacker Chicago, IL $72,000,000 CMBS / Mezzanine Offce Green Hills Corporate Center Redding, PA $78,900,000 CMBS Indust. / Ware. Pappas Commerce Center Boston, MA $55,000,000 Interim Multifamily West 7th Street Ft. Worth, TX $62,000,000 CMBS Retail Outlets of Mississippi Jackson, MS $21,080,000 CMBS Offce The Viridian Building San Diego, CA $103,000,000 Interim / Mezzanine Offce 200 West Adams Chicago, IL $16,500,000 CMBS Retail Magnolia Town Center Riverside, CA $120,500,000 Interim / Construction Mixed-Use Watters Creek Allen, TX Market knowledge, experience and financial strength.

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