|12 Months Ended|
Dec. 31, 2022
|Debt Disclosure [Abstract]|
In connection with the completion of the Merger, certain indirect subsidiaries of the Partnership and certain subsidiaries of Blackstone Real Estate Partners IX, L.P within the Non-Core Portfolio (collectively, the “Loan A Mortgage Borrowers”) obtained a $2,733,620 mortgage loan (the “Loan A Mortgage Loan”) on July 20, 2022 from Bank of America, N.A., Citi Real Estate Funding Inc., Barclays Capital Real Estate Inc., Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A., and Societe Generale Financial Corporation (together with its successors and assigns, the “Loan A Lenders”), and certain other indirect subsidiaries of the Partnership and certain subsidiaries of Blackstone Real Estate Partners IX, L.P within the Non-Core Portfolio (collectively, the “Loan B Mortgage Borrowers” and, together with the Loan A Mortgage Borrowers, the “Mortgage Borrowers”) obtained a $1,960,000 mortgage loan with an additional $96,000 future funding option (the “Loan B Mortgage Loan” and, together with the Loan A Mortgage Loan, the “Mortgage Loans”) on July 20, 2022 from Citibank, N.A., as administrative agent and the other lenders party thereto (together with the Loan B Lenders, the “Lenders”). On August 5, 2022, the Loan A Mortgage Loan was securitized as evidenced by that certain Offering Circular by BX Trust 2022-PSB, as the issuing entity, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Large Loan, Inc., as depositor, and Bank of America, National Association, Barclays Capital Real Estate Inc., Citi Real Estate Funding Inc., Morgan Stanley Mortgage Capital Holdings LLC and Societe Generale Financial Corporation, as mortgage loan sellers.
The Loan A Mortgage Loan is secured by first-priority, cross-collateralized mortgage liens on certain of the Company’s properties located in California, Florida, Maryland, Texas, Washington and Virginia, as well as other properties comprising the Non-Core Portfolio that are owned by affiliated entities outside of the Company (the Non-Core Affiliates”), all related personal property, reserves, a pledge of all income received by the Loan A Mortgage Borrowers with respect to such properties and a security interest in a cash management account. The Loan B Mortgage Loan is secured by first-priority, cross-collateralized mortgage liens on certain of the Company’s properties located in California, Florida, Texas, Washington and Virginia, as well as other properties comprising the Non-Core Portfolio that are owned by the Non-Core Affiliates, all related personal property, reserves, a pledge of all income received by the Loan B Mortgage Borrowers with respect to such properties and a security interest in a cash management account.
The Company and the Non-Core Affiliates are jointly and severally liable for the debt but are allocated debt and related interest based on allocated loan amounts. The Company recorded the interest and principal obligation of its portion of the Mortgage Loans on its Consolidated Balance Sheets. The Company does not expect to pay interest and principal on the portion of the Mortgage Loans allocated to the Non-Core Affiliates and therefore have not recorded any liability related to their share of the debt. Principal balances relating to the Company’s allocated amount of these loans are further outlined in the table below. Transaction costs related to loan issuances have been capitalized, deducted from the loan liabilities, and are amortized over the life of each respective loan. The Company used the proceeds from the Mortgage Loans, among other things, to (i) fund the consideration for the Merger, (ii) pay for certain costs and expenses relating to (a) the transactions in connection with the Merger and incurred in connection with the closing of the Mortgage Loans, and (b) the operation of the properties (including, without limitation, carrying costs with respect to the properties and funding working capital requirements of the properties), (iii) establish reserves, including certain reserves required to be established under the terms of the Mortgage Loans, and (iv) other general corporate purposes. General corporate purposes may include, but are not limited to, the repayment of other debt and selective development, redevelopment, or acquisition of properties.
The Mortgage Loans are scheduled to mature on August 9, 2024, with an option for the Mortgage Borrowers to extend the initial term for three one-year extension terms, subject to certain conditions.
In October 2022, the Brentford Joint Venture entered into an agreement to receive proceeds of a $110,000 borrowing obtained under a revolving credit facility established for investment vehicles of Blackstone Real Estate Partners IX L.P., an affiliate, and certain parallel funds thereof, at an interest rate equal to secured overnight financing rate (“SOFR”) plus 2.25%, The loan is collateralized by the real estate assets owned by the Brentford Joint Venture (and is cross-collateralized with other multifamily assets owned by other investment vehicles of Blackstone Real Estate Partners IX L.P. and certain of its parallel funds joined to such facility) and has a maturity date of November 2024, though it may be prepaid earlier. Subsequent to closing, the Brentford Joint Venture distributed the proceeds of the loan to the JV partner on a pro rata basis.
The Company’s debt includes various representations and warranties, as well as a series of financial and other covenants that the Company has to comply with in order to borrow under them. The Company was in compliance with all representations and warranties, as well the covenants under the various debt facilities as of December 31, 2022 and December 31, 2021, as required and applicable.
The following table is a summary of the Company’s debt arrangements:
1 All rates presented reflect a blended SOFR for a 30 day period as stipulated by our debt agreements.
2 At the Company’s option, the maturity for certain debt may be extended by one or multiple years, subject to certain restrictions.
3 Interest rate based on one-month SOFR plus an applicable margin ranging from 2.25% to 3.99% based on amended agreements post closing. The Company uses derivative financial instruments to limit the exposure to changes in interest rates on variable rate debt as further discussed in
Note 6 — Derivative Financial Instruments.
4 As of December 31, 2021 the aggregate borrowing capacity on the line of credit was $400,000, and bore interest at a rate equal to London Inter-bank offered rate plus 0.70%. The line of credit was terminated upon the completion of the Merger.
5 The weighted average interest rate calculation does not include the amortization of debt issuance costs or debt discounts incurred in obtaining debt.
Scheduled principal payments due on our debt for 2023 and for each year through the period ended December 31, 2027, and thereafter were as follows at December 31, 2022:
1 Debt payment reflects repayment dates, when applicable, pursuant to related loan agreement. These dates do not reflect the extension of periods that are at the Company’s election, subject to certain conditions.
No definition available.
The entire disclosure for long-term debt.
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