|会社名||Brookfield Property Partners LP （ブルックフィ―ルド・プロパティ・パ―トナ―ズ）|
|概要||事業概要 ブルックフィールド・プロパティ・パートナーズ(Brookfield Property Partners L.P.)は不動産の所有・経営に従事する会社である。同社は地域商店街を主とする小売不動産と他の賃貸不動産の経営・開発・管理に従事する。同社はオフィス、小売及び他のセグメントという3つの経営プラットフォームで運営する。同社はオフィス事業、小売事業、工業事業、集合住宅事業、ホスピタリティ事業、Capital Automotive Real Estate Services Inc.(CARS)を運営するトリプル・ネット・リース事業及び法人事業を運営する。同社はオフィス、小売、工業、集合住宅、ホスピタリティ及びトリプル・ネット・リースという多数の不動産分野で経営プラットフォームを建設する。同社は主に北米、欧州及びオーストラリアにおいてオフィス・小売・工業・集合住宅・ホスピタリティ・トリプル・ネット・リース分野での資産ポートフォルォを有し、ブラジル、中国及びインドにおいてプレゼンスを所有する。 ブルックフィ―ルド・プロパティ・パ―トナ―ズは、商業用およびその他の収入をもたらす資産の所有・運営に従事するバミュ―ダ企業。グロ―バルなオフィス、小売、多世帯住宅、工業用およびその他の資産を含む特定の商業用不動産事業を保有・運営するためにブルックフィ―ルド・アセット・マネジメントにより設立された。 Brookfield Property Partners LP engages in the ownership, operation and investment in commercial property. It operates through the following segments: Core Office, Core Retail, LP Investments, and Corporate. The Core Office segment consists of commercial markets in New York, London, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Sydney, Toronto, and Berlin. The Core Retail segment deals with interests in regional malls and urban retail properties. The LP Investments segment invests in Brookfield-sponsored real estate opportunity funds. The company was founded on April 7, 1899 and is headquartered in Hamilton, Bermuda.|
|本社所在地||73 Front Street 5th Floor Hamilton HM 12 BMU|
|代表者氏名||Richard Byron Clark リチャード・バイロン・クラーク|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board of General Partner|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 June 2018 Brookfield Property Partners LP revenues increased 7% to $3.27B. Net income applicable to common stockholders increased from $31M to $448M. Revenues reflect Opportunistic segment increase of 11% to $2.22B Corporate segment increase from $0K to $1M. Net income benefited from Management fees decrease of 12% to $74M (expense) Employee compensation and benefits decrease of 7% to $95M (expense).|
Bankruptcy Update: Ruby Tuesday Files Chapter 11 While Progress Slows For JCPenney 2020/10/12 02:06:35 Benzinga
The list of bankruptcies this year continues to grow. Casual food chain Ruby Tuesday filed for Chapter 11 protection on Wednesday . The Tennessee-based company became just the latest in a string of major brands to file for bankruptcy in 2020 — a year where virtually every type of brick-and-mortar business suffered due to the coronavirus pandemic. Just last month, Sizzler filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. J.C. Penney Co. Inc. (OTC: JCPNQ ) will likely close 144 stores as the troubled retailer works toward a sale to two of the country’s largest mall owners: Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners. Per RetailDive.com , progress on the deal has slowed. Over three dozen retailers and restaurants have filed for bankruptcy in 2020, according to Business Insider . This year will set a record for companies saddled with at least $1 billion in debt, as per New York University professor Edward Altman (via the New York Times ). The number of bankrupt companies with debt of at least $100 million will be comparable to the record set in 2009 on the heels of the economic crisis, Altman suggests.
CERB Extension: Will the CRA Keep Handing Out $2,000? 2020/10/08 12:52:09 The Motley Fool Canada
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Ailing J.C. Penney waits to be rescued as sale talks stall 2020/08/31 19:28:43 New York Post
J.C. Penney’s talks with landlords for a rescue from bankruptcy proceedings reached an impasse, pushing the department store to the brink of collapse unless it can reach a deal within days to be taken over by lenders. Discussions between the Plano, Texas-based retailer and a duo of mall owners Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property…
Brookfield Property Partners Announces Preliminary Results of Substantial Issuer Bid 2020/08/31 13:25:00 GlobeNewswire
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Retail apocalypse now?: A day of reckoning may be approaching for two of Brookfield's property entities 2020/08/28 18:28:00 Financial Post
Opinion: We will soon get a better idea of how Mr. Market would price the value of Brookfield Property Partners, and its subsidiary, Brookfield Property REIT
Brookfield Property (TSX:BPY.UN) Records a Stunning $1.5 Billion Loss 2020/08/15 12:54:28 The Motley Fool Canada
Brookfield property has reported a massive income loss, one of the worst in the company's recent history. Thankfully, the stock hasn’t taken a solid beating in response to that yet. The post Brookfield Property (TSX:BPY.UN) Records a Stunning $1.5 Billion Loss appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
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Struggling Mall Owner Transforms Parking Lots Into Drive-In Movie Theaters 2020/07/19 19:00:00 Zero Hedge
Struggling Mall Owner Transforms Parking Lots Into Drive-In Movie Theaters Tyler Durden Sun, 07/19/2020 - 15:00 It's no secret that an unprecedented implosion in US commercial real estate is underway thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Mall operators are struggling with retailers who are unable to pay rent . Readers may recall, there's been a rapid surge in newly delinquent CMBS loans, with much of stress coming from the retail industry. Shown here, Trepp's latest CMBS remittance report shows CMBS delinquencies have recently risen to levels not seen since 2012. This brings us to Brookfield Property Partners, a company with hundreds of properties in the US, more specifically, has 168 retail shopping properties, with a total square feet around 152 million. The company's equity has been halved since the lockdowns as retailers can no longer pay rent, due to a collapse in consumption via broke consumers. The C-suite executives at Brookfield Property must have been reading our posts on social distancing will revive drive-in movie theaters (dated in May).
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