General Growth Properties Inc., a publicly traded real estatetrust that owns more than 200 shopping malls in the U.S., signed forbearance agreements temporarily protecting the company against defaults.
The senior credit lenders agreed to take no action until Jan. 30 in return for General Growth's consent to allowing no change in control or sale of assets without their consent. General Growth also will not incur debt or buy subordinated debt without the lenders' consent.
The holders of $900 million in matured mortgages agreed to waive non-payment until Feb. 12.
Past links and stories:
- December 19, GGP Puts Centers on the Block
- December 18, General Growth Extension Comes Through
- December 15, GGP "Continuing its Discussions with Lenders"
- December 15, Breaking: GGP Refinances
- December 5, Citi Plays Hardball With GGP
- December 3, Centro, GGP Find Ways to Hang On
- December 1, GGP Gets Two Week Extension
- November 25, Ackman Builds Stake in GGP
- November 20, General Growth Hires Bankruptcy Advisor
- November 17, General Growth Downgraded; Feldman to Stop Filing Public Reports
- November 12, General Growth Roundup
- November 11, General Growth Warns of Default
- November 5, GGP, Kimco Fall After Cutting Forecasts
- November 2, General Growth "Almost Literally Worth Nothing"
- October 17, Management Changes at GGP
- October 15, Margin Calls Hit Two More Retail REITs
- October 7, General Growth Near Bankruptcy?
- October 3, General Growth CFO Steps Down; Company Suspends Dividend
- October 2, GGP Under Fire for Inclusion on Short-Sell Ban List
- October 1, Could General Growth Be Sold?
- September 23, Short Selling Banned on General Growth
- September 22, General Growth Strikes Back
- September 16, General Growth Offers More Recourse
- August 12, Another Look at GGP's Debt
- August 6, Analysis of GGP's Debt
- July 25, Stories With Bigger Implications?
- July 14, GGP Lines Up New Financing
- April 16, GGP's Growing Debt Problem