ARCP sets spinoff of $2.2B multi-tenant shopping center unit


The new company, American Realty Capital Centers, will operate under the name ARCenters and trade on the Nasdaq with symbol ARCM. ARCP will retain a 25% interest in ARCM.

ARCenters will initially own 69 multi-tenant shopping centers with estimated 2014 NOI of $139M. Other than ARCP Chairman and CEO Nicholas Schorsch, no directors or employees of the parent will be directors of the new company.

ARCP President David Kay: "We recognized that the market was not giving us full value for our high-quality shopping centers." He expects leverage of ARCP to fall to 7x after the spinoff, the combined dividend to increase 7.3%, and AFFO per share accretion.

ARCP common shareholders will receive 1 share of ARCenters for every 10 shares of ARCP common stock.

CC at 10:30 ET

ARCP +3.3% premarket

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  • aguyinthemidwest
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    early Bid is $15, so I guess its a good move.
    13 Mar 2014, 07:37 AM Reply Like
  • Minutemen
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    Looks like I'll be owning another REIT: ARCM
    13 Mar 2014, 07:55 AM Reply Like
  • Union Trade Assoc
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    The opportunities to multiply this Company into separated Enterprises is one of the most attractive potentials to Investors given it's size and growth. This is Management for Shareholders on a scale of return not seen since the 1990's.
    Interesting what's occurred Post Merger.
    13 Mar 2014, 11:05 AM Reply Like
  • User 6418851
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    2014, the year of consolidation... until it's time to multiply companies into separate enterprises.
    13 Mar 2014, 02:55 PM Reply Like
  • Union Trade Assoc
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    Yes, perhaps quality Mid Caps targeted by larger enterprises to immediately increase growth - certainly not the largest splitting off sector divisions in order to unlock inherent valuation for it's share holders. understanding the difference and why this occurs is paramount to acquiring the potential winners. or, just sideline your portfolio w slow growth 4.8 percent yields and collect your distributions without all the added excitement. A couple of dozen companies with historically adequate payments come to mind but investors seem to mind very much when their share price is cut 30 percent victimized by rates versus yield, but heck, yields always go up when the price comes down. so what's to worry about ?
    Yes, 2014, the year of consolidation - for increased earnings. Can't think of anything better than a large capital gain beats my dividend or a 2 for 1 and a higher yield.
    It's 11 o Clock .. do you know where your REIT is ?
    20 Mar 2014, 12:37 AM Reply Like
  • Patience29
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    Looks like I will also be adding ARCM to my portfolio. I actually like the separation of the retail shopping unit, so the spinoff is fine with me.

     

    This takes effect when?
    13 Mar 2014, 09:12 AM Reply Like
  • Minutemen
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    According to the articles listed below, the distribution will take effect in the 2Q of 2014.

     

    http://bit.ly/N9GT3L
    13 Mar 2014, 09:16 AM Reply Like
  • tomlos
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    Yes... ARCP delivers again. Glad I have been hanging on! Long ARCP & ARCM when it is distributed.
    13 Mar 2014, 09:33 AM Reply Like
  • Captain Pike
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    Is it really tough to hang on to something paying 7% and growing? ;)
    13 Mar 2014, 10:08 AM Reply Like
  • Minutemen
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    Looks like the pre-market enthusiasm didn't hold out. No worries, ARCP & ARCM are great long-term holds.
    13 Mar 2014, 09:50 AM Reply Like
  • tomlos
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    It's been that way for the last few pre-market moves upward...
    13 Mar 2014, 09:52 AM Reply Like
  • brettbrett1213
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    does anyone know what the date of record for owning ARCP must be to get the ARCM shares? in other words, if I buy ARCP now, will I qualify for the ARCM shares?

     

    Thanks!
    14 Mar 2014, 08:12 AM Reply Like
  • Minutemen
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    brett: As far as I know, the date of record has not been listed yet. This spinoff still has to be filed with the SEC, so I think you are safe buying at this time.
    14 Mar 2014, 08:31 AM Reply Like
  • Union Trade Assoc
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    Yes, and a very Positive action by the Company towards identifying inherent asset valuation under the separated entities. Growth continues to exceed Market valuation - ACP is a core holding & continuing to exceed expectations - with the current payout, we love this stock !
    14 Mar 2014, 05:50 PM Reply Like
  • goldenretiree
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    Who is we? that love this stock.
    28 Apr 2014, 04:52 PM Reply Like
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