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Thu, Nov. 20, 8:04 AM
- Upgraded to Outperform from Neutral is Franklin Street Properties (NYSEMKT:FSP), and cut to Neutral from Outperform are Alexandria Real Estate Equities (NYSE:ARE) and Boston Properties (NYSE:BXP).
- The moves look valuation-related as ARE and BXP have both had big runs this year, up 30% and 27%, respectively, while FSP is lower by 1.8%.
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- Barbara Fournier was one of the original founders of Franklin Street Properties (FSP -0.5%) in 1996 and has been on the board since 2002. In addition to stepping down from the COO role (effective March 31, 2015), she will not stand for reelection to the board when her term expires next year.
- Source: Press Release
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- Total property losses are expected at nearly $2B, with about half housing and the rest from commercial and government sectors.
- Franklin Street Properties (FSP -0.2%) is the most exposed, with 14.3% of its current portfolio in the affected area, according to SNL Financial. Next is CoreSite Realty (COR), whose two data center assets in the area account for 13.3% of the company's property count. Next is newly public Independence Realty Trust (IRT +2.2%) - which only owns one property there, but it accounts for 12.5% of its portfolio.
- Others (in order of percentage of portfolio in affected area): RLJ, OFC, DRH, INN, FR, GOV, REG, CHSP, EQR, LSE, LTC, GEO, TCO, AIV, CPT, CWH, EPR, ELS, WRI, MPW, MNR, PSA.
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Franklin Street Properties Corporation operates as a real estate investment trust. Its portfolio of real estate assets consists of institutional-quality office buildings & includes select investments in central business district properties.
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