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47-25 34th Street LLC

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47-25 34th Street
Long Island City, New York 11101

4 story concrete and steel building. Used for light manufacturing and the home to several major architectural companies and Polo/Ralph Lauren. 250,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $28,000,000

600 West Chicago Associates

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600 West Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois

This complex is made up of an 8 story office and retail building, a 5 story office building, and 2 garages. It was originally constructed as a warehouse and office building by Montgomery Ward and George Thorne. Originally known as the Catalog House, it is a visual landmark along the North Branch of the Chicago River, closely hugging the riverbank with its dramatic, curving 600-foot-long, trapezoidal form. This is one of the best examples of a Chicago School-style industrial building and a pioneering example of large-scale reinforced-concrete construction. Part of the building is listed as a National Historic Landmark. 1,250,000 square feet

Total Insured Value: $400,000,000

Executive Campus LLC

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3 Executive Campus
Cherry Hill, New Jersey

6 story office building located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Built in 1976 with an additional wing added in 1982. Has loading and 2 freight elevators. Fitness Center in the building. Tenants include Cooper University Hospital (offices) and Lockheed Martin. 43,200 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $66,028,000

Seneca One Realty

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One HSBC Center
Buffalo, New York

40 story Class A office building with a 4 story parking facility. Built in 1972 by architects Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. One HSBC Center is the tallest office building in the State of New York (outside of NYC). Tenants include HSBC Bank, Price Waterhouse, UBS, and the Canadian Consulate. 1,200,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $159,000,000

1111 Pennsylvania Holdings

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1111 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, D.C.

Also known as the Presidential Building, this is a 14 story Class A office building. Originally built in 1967, it was completely redeveloped and expanded in 2002 under the direction of architectural firm Shalom Baranes & Associates. This corner building which has underground parking, has won numerous architectural awards for both its interior and exterior finishes. The Presidential Building is the home to several major law firms in Washington. 332,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $136,000,000

SL Civic Wacker LLC

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20 North Wacker Drive
Chicago, Illinois

45 story fire-resistive building located on the west side of Wacker Drive between Madison, Washington & the Chicago River. The Landmark building houses the Lyric Opera of Chicago which seats 3500 and is also an office tower. The skyscraper was designed by Graham, Anderson, Probst & White and completed in 1929 and renovated in 1995. 1,330,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $365,000,000

STARETT LEHIGH BUILDING Metropolitan Square

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211 North Broadway
St. Louis, Missouri

42 story fire-resistive office building with a garage. Built in 1989 by HOK architects. Metropolitan Square is the tallest building in St. Louis, not counting the Gateway Arch. Tenants include the architectural firm of Hellmuth, Obata, and Kassabaum, and international law firms Bryan Cave & Armstrong Teasdale. 1,300,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $310,000,000

West Loop Associates

8-a

550 West Jackson Blvd
Chicago, Illinois

18 story office building located in the West Loop section of downtown Chicago. Building was redeveloped in the late 1990’s. Contains 2 level underground garage with a 170 car capacity. Tenants include New Edge USA, Transmarket Group, The Illinois CPA Society and the Federal Drug Agency. 407,500 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $115,133,000

Metropolitan Square

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211 North Broadway
St. Louis, Missouri

42 story fire-resistive office building with a garage. Built in 1989 by HOK architects. Metropolitan Square is the tallest building in St. Louis, not counting the Gateway Arch. Tenants include the architectural firm of Hellmuth, Obata, and Kassabaum, and international law firms Bryan Cave & Armstrong Teasdale. 1,300,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $310,000,000

LIC Crown Fee Owners

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Factory Building
47-44 31st Street
Long Island City, New York

10 story mixed use building. Light manufacturing, warehousing & offices. Built in 1920. Tenants include Peeq Media, Net-A-Porter, and Stroheim & Romann. 970,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $136,700,000

West Jackson Associates LLC

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111 West Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, Illinois

25 story fire-resistive building with garage located in the Chicago CBD Financial District. Built in 1960, the building was designed by the Chicago-based architectural firm, A. Epstein & Sons. Tenants include the Chicago Board Options exchange as well as several financial and legal firms. 546,512 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $114,711,300

600 GS Property LP

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U.S. Steel Tower
600 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

64 story fire-resistive landmark office building with garage located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s “Golden Triangle”. The architecturally distinct and iconic building was built in 1970. It was designed by the renowned architectural firm of Harrison & Abramowitz and was at the time, the largest building between New York City and Chicago. It has the largest flat roof of any building in the world, at approximately one acre. The largest tenant is the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (administrative offices), whose initials are on the building. 2,340,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $514,180,000

Broad One, LP

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One South Broad Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

28 story office building located in downtown Philadelphia. Building was completed in 1932. Architect John Torrey Windrim for Wanamaker’s Department Store. One South Broad Street was previously known as the Lincoln-Liberty Building & the PNB Building. It is the tallest office building in Philadelphia located East of Broad Street. On the top of the building, in a tower, is the Founder’s Bell. One of the largest in the world, the 17 ton bell was a tribute to John Wanamaker from his son. The building is listed on the Philadelphia Register of historic places. 464,000 square feet.

Total Insured Value: $106,000,000