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Exhibit 99.1

SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Overview

The Company

        Simon Property Group, Inc., ("Simon," "we," "us," "our," or the "Company") (NYSE:SPG) is a self-administered and self-managed real estate investment trust ("REIT"). Simon Property Group, L.P., or the Operating Partnership, is a majority-owned subsidiary partnership of the Company. Together, the Company and the Operating Partnership, or Simon Group, are engaged primarily in the ownership, development and management of retail real estate properties including regional malls, Premium Outlets®, The Mills®, community/lifestyle centers and international properties. At March 31, 2010, we owned or had an interest in 381 properties comprising 261 million square feet of gross leasable area in North America, Europe and Asia.

        This package was prepared to provide (1) ownership information, (2) certain operational information, and (3) balance sheet information as of March 31, 2010, for the Company and the Operating Partnership.

        Beginning with the first quarter of 2010, we modified the reporting of statistics for our U.S. businesses by combining the Company's regional malls and Premium Outlets. We made this change for several reasons including (1) it is more representative of Simon's enterprise performance, as combined, these portfolios represent over 86% of our net operating income, (2) the historically bright line between malls and outlets is becoming more blurred every day as many tenants are leasing space in both property types, and (3) we consolidated the back-of-house operations for our outlets into our Indianapolis infrastructure last year.

        Certain statements made in this Supplemental Package may be deemed "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although we believe the expectations reflected in any forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, we can give no assurance that our expectations will be attained, and it is possible that actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements due to a variety of risks, uncertainties and other factors. Such factors include, but are not limited to: our ability to meet debt service requirements, the availability and terms of financing, changes in our credit rating, changes in market rates of interest and foreign exchange rates for foreign currencies, changes in value of investments in foreign entities, the ability to hedge interest rate risk, risks associated with the acquisition, development, expansion, leasing and management of properties, general risks related to retail real estate, the liquidity of real estate investments, environmental liabilities, international, national, regional and local economic climates, changes in market rental rates, trends in the retail industry, relationships with anchor tenants, the inability to collect rent due to the bankruptcy or insolvency of tenants or otherwise, risks relating to joint venture properties, costs of common area maintenance, competitive market forces, risks related to international activities, insurance costs and coverage, terrorist activities, changes in economic and market conditions and maintenance of our status as a real estate investment trust. We discuss these and other risks and uncertainties under the heading "Risk Factors" in our annual and quarterly periodic reports filed with the SEC. We may update that discussion in our periodic reports, but otherwise we undertake no duty or obligation to update or revise these forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future developments, or otherwise.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Overview

        We hope you find this Supplemental Package beneficial. Any questions, comments or suggestions should be directed to: Shelly J. Doran, Vice President of Investor Relations-Simon Property Group, P.O. Box 7033, Indianapolis, IN 46207. Telephone: (317) 685-7330; e-mail: sdoran@simon.com

Reporting Calendar

        Results for the next two quarters will be announced according to the following approximate schedule:

Second Quarter 2010   August 2, 2010
Third Quarter 2010   November 1, 2010

Stock Information

        The Company's common stock and one issue of preferred stock are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the following symbols:

Common Stock   SPG
8.375% Series J Cumulative Redeemable Preferred   SPGPrJ

        All outstanding shares of the Company's 6% Series I Convertible Perpetual Preferred Stock (SPGPrI) were redeemed on April 16, 2010 (see Schedule of Preferred Stock/Units Outstanding on page 52 for additional information).

Credit Ratings

Standard & Poor's

       
 

Corporate

  A-   (CreditWatch Negative)
 

Senior Unsecured

  A-   (CreditWatch Negative)
 

Preferred Stock

  BBB   (CreditWatch Negative)

Moody's

       
 

Senior Unsecured

  A3   (Under Review—Direction Uncertain)
 

Preferred Stock

  Baa1   (Under Review—Direction Uncertain)

Fitch

       
 

Senior Unsecured

  A-   (Stable Outlook)
 

Preferred Stock

  BBB   (Stable Outlook)

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Simon Property Group Ownership Structure(1)
March 31, 2010

GRAPHIC


(1)
Schedule excludes Company preferred stock (see "Preferred Stock/Units Outstanding") and Operating Partnership units not convertible into common stock.

(2)
This group consists of Melvin Simon & Associates, Inc., ("MSA"), wholly owned subsidiaries of MSA, the estate of Melvin Simon, Herbert Simon, David Simon, MH Holdings, Inc. and related trusts for the benefit of the preceding. MSA is owned 69.06% by the estate of Melvin Simon and 30.94% by a trust for the benefit of Herbert Simon. MH Holdings, Inc. is owned 50% by the estate of Melvin Simon and 50% by a trust for the benefit of Herbert Simon. 3,192,000 common shares and 8,000 shares of Class B common stock owned by one or more members of the group are held by voting trusts as to which Herbert Simon and David Simon are the voting trustees.

(3)
The holder of Class B common stock is entitled to elect 4 of the members of the Board of Directors and also has voting rights with common stock.

(4)
Other executives includes directors and executive officers of the Company, excluding David Simon and Herbert Simon.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Changes in Company Common Share and Operating Partnership Unit Ownership
For the Period from December 31, 2009 through March 31, 2010

 
  Operating
Partnership
Units(1)
  Company
Common
Shares(2)
 

Number Outstanding at December 31, 2009

    57,804,779     285,748,271  

Issuance of Common Stock for Stock Option Exercises

   
   
13,350
 

Conversion of Operating Partnership Units into Common Stock

    (146,843 )   146,843  

Restricted Stock Awards (Stock Incentive Program)(3)

        111,013  

Conversion of Operating Partnership Preferred Units into Units

    55,844      

Conversion of Series I Preferred Stock into Common Stock

        3,056,397  

Number Outstanding at March 31, 2010

   
57,713,780
   
289,075,874
 

Details for Diluted Common Shares Outstanding(4):

             

Company Common Shares Outstanding at March 31, 2010

         
289,075,874
 

Number of Common Shares Issuable Assuming Conversion of:

             
 

Series I 6% Convertible Perpetual Preferred Stock(5)

          3,800,746  
 

Series I 6% Convertible Perpetual Preferred Units(5)

          806,463  

Net Number of Common Shares Issuable Assuming Exercise of Stock Options(6)

         
313,742
 

Diluted Common Shares Outstanding at March 31, 2010(4)

         
293,996,825
 

(1)
Excludes units owned by the Company (shown here as Company Common Shares) and Operating Partnership units not convertible into common shares.

(2)
Excludes Operating Partnership preferred units relating to Company preferred stock outstanding (see Schedule of Preferred Stock/Units Outstanding on page 52).

(3)
Net of forfeitures.

(4)
For FFO purposes.

(5)
Conversion terms provided on page 52 of this document.

(6)
Based upon the weighted average stock price for the quarter ended March 31, 2010.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Selected Financial and Equity Information
As of March 31, 2010
Unaudited
(In thousands, except as noted)

 
  As of or for the
Three Months Ended
March 31,
 
 
  2010   2009  

Financial Highlights of the Company

             

Total Revenue—Consolidated Properties

  $ 925,071   $ 918,492  

Net Income Attributable to Common Stockholders

  $ 9,373   $ 106,768  

Basic Earnings per Common Share (EPS)

  $ 0.03   $ 0.45  

Diluted Earnings per Common Share (EPS)

  $ 0.03   $ 0.45  

Diluted EPS as adjusted(1)

  $ 0.51   $ 0.45  

FFO of the Operating Partnership

  $ 325,558   $ 476,832  

Diluted FFO of the Operating Partnership

  $ 331,072   $ 483,710  

Basic FFO per Share (FFOPS)

  $ 0.95   $ 1.63  

Diluted FFO per Share (FFOPS)

  $ 0.94   $ 1.61  

Diluted FFOPS as adjusted(1)

  $ 1.41   $ 1.61  

Distributions per Share

  $ 0.60   $ 0.90 (2)

(1)
During the first quarter of 2010, the Company recorded a $165.6 million loss on extinguishment of debt. Reconciliations of Diluted EPS as adjusted to Diluted EPS and Diluted FFOPS as adjusted to Diluted FFOPS are as follows:

 
  As of or for the
Three Months Ended
March 31,
 
 
  2010   2009  

Diluted EPS as adjusted to Diluted EPS

             

Diluted EPS as adjusted

  $ 0.51   $ 0.45  

Loss on Debt Extinguishment

    (0.48 )    
           

Diluted EPS

  $ 0.03   $ 0.45  
           

Diluted FFOPS as adjusted to Diluted FFOPS

             

Diluted FFOPS as adjusted

  $ 1.41   $ 1.61  

Loss on Debt Extinguishment

    (0.47 )    
           

Diluted FFOPS

  $ 0.94   $ 1.61  
           

(2)
In the first quarter of 2009, the Company paid a common stock dividend of $0.90 per share, comprised of 10% cash and 90% shares of the Company's common stock.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Selected Financial and Equity Information
As of March 31, 2010
Unaudited
(In thousands, except as noted)

 
  March 31,
2010
  December 31,
2009
 

Stockholders' Equity Information

             

Limited Partner Units Outstanding at End of Period

    57,714     57,805  

Common Shares Outstanding at End of Period

    289,076     285,748  
           

Total Common Shares and Units Outstanding at End of Period

    346,790     343,553  
           

Weighted Average Limited Partnership Units Outstanding

    57,698     57,292  

Weighted Average Common Shares Outstanding:

             
 

Basic—for purposes of EPS and FFOPS

    286,125     267,055  
 

Diluted—for purposes of EPS

    286,439     268,472  
 

Diluted—for purposes of FFOPS

    293,917     276,100  

Simon Group's Debt Information

             

Share of Consolidated Debt

  $ 17,607,788   $ 18,354,130  

Share of Joint Venture Debt

    6,641,935     6,552,370  
           

Share of Total Debt

  $ 24,249,723   $ 24,906,500  
           

Simon Group's Market Capitalization

             

Common Stock Price at End of Period

  $ 83.90   $ 79.80  

Common Equity Capitalization, including common operating partnership units

  $ 29,095,652   $ 27,415,533  

Preferred Equity Capitalization, including preferred operating partnership units

    440,524     676,021  
           

Total Equity Market Capitalization

  $ 29,536,176   $ 28,091,554  
           

Total Capitalization—Including Simon Group's Share of Total Debt

  $ 53,785,899   $ 52,998,054  
           

 

 
  As of or for the
Three Months Ended
March 31,
 
 
  2010   2009  

Miscellaneous Balance Sheet Data

             

Interest Capitalized during the Period:

             
 

Consolidated Properties

  $ 2,421   $ 3,813  
 

Joint Venture Properties

  $ 26   $ 581  
 

Simon Group's Share of Joint Venture Properties

  $ 10   $ 349  

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        On the following two pages, we present balance sheet and income statement data on a pro-rata basis reflecting our proportionate economic ownership of each asset in the Simon Group portfolio.

        Basis of Presentation: The consolidated amounts shown are prepared on a consistent basis with our consolidated financial statements. The Company's Share of Joint Ventures column was derived on a property-by-property basis by applying the same percentage interests used to arrive at our share of net income during the period and applying them to all financial statement line items of each property. A similar calculation was performed for noncontrolling interests.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Unaudited Pro-Rata Statement of Operations

 
  For the Three Months Ended March 31, 2010    
 
 
  For the
Three Months Ended
March 31, 2009
Our Total Share
 
 
  Consolidated   Non-
Controlling
Interests
  Our
Consolidated
Share
  Our
Share of
Joint Ventures
  Our
Total
Share
 

REVENUE:

                                     
 

Minimum rent

  $ 571,610   $ (8,618 ) $ 562,992   $ 195,086   $ 758,078   $ 746,374  
 

Overage rent

    13,211     (51 )   13,160     12,383     25,543     20,597  
 

Tenant reimbursements

    255,928     (5,401 )   250,527     91,915     342,442     345,125  
 

Management fees and other revenues

    28,568         28,568         28,568     30,651  
 

Other income

    55,754     (319 )   55,435     24,487     79,922     67,982  
                           
   

Total revenue

    925,071     (14,389 )   910,682     323,871     1,234,553     1,210,729  
                           

EXPENSES:

                                     
 

Property operating

    98,768     (2,885 )   95,883     61,116     156,999     161,425  
 

Depreciation and amortization

    228,909     (2,088 )   226,821     97,175     323,996     352,015  
 

Real estate taxes

    89,729     (1,488 )   88,241     26,122     114,363     112,295  
 

Repairs and maintenance

    23,745     (718 )   23,027     11,449     34,476     32,503  
 

Advertising and promotion

    18,836     (260 )   18,576     6,311     24,887     23,748  
 

Provision for credit losses

    (3,451 )   93     (3,358 )   521     (2,837 )   16,798  
 

Home and regional office costs

    17,315         17,315         17,315     26,163  
 

General and administrative

    5,112         5,112         5,112     4,048  
 

Transaction expenses

    3,700         3,700         3,700      
 

Other

    15,492     (752 )   14,740     20,605     35,345     35,090  
                           
   

Total operating expenses

    498,155     (8,098 )   490,057     223,299     713,356     764,085  
                           

OPERATING INCOME

    426,916     (6,291 )   420,625     100,572     521,197     446,644  

Interest expense

    (263,959 )   3,630     (260,329 )   (82,990 )   (343,319 )   (305,958 )

Loss on extinguishment of debt

    (165,625 )       (165,625 )       (165,625 )    

Income tax (expense) benefit of taxable REIT subsidiaries

    (202 )       (202 )       (202 )   2,523  

Income from unconsolidated entities

    17,582         17,582     (17,582 )        

Gain on sale or disposal of assets

    6,042         6,042         6,042      
                           

CONSOLIDATED NET INCOME

    20,754     (2,661 )   18,093         18,093     143,209  

Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests

    5,771     (2,661 )   3,110         3,110     29,912  

Preferred dividends

    5,610         5,610         5,610     6,529  
                           

NET INCOME ATTRIBUTABLE TO COMMON STOCKHOLDERS

  $ 9,373   $   $ 9,373   $   $ 9,373   $ 106,768  
                           

RECONCILIATION OF CONSOLIDATED NET INCOME TO FFO

                                     

Consolidated Net Income

              $ 20,754   $   $ 20,754   $ 146,248  

Adjustments to Consolidated Net Income to Arrive at FFO:

                                     
 

Depreciation and amortization from consolidated properties and discontinued operations

                225,430         225,430     252,913  
 

Simon's share of depreciation and amortization from unconsolidated entities

                    96,879     96,879     93,378  
 

Income from unconsolidated entities

                (17,582 )   17,582          
 

Gain on sale or disposal of assets

                (6,042 )       (6,042 )    
 

Net income attributable to noncontrolling interest holders in properties

                (2,663 )       (2,663 )   (3,039 )
 

Noncontrolling interests portion of depreciation and amortization

                (1,972 )       (1,972 )   (1,962 )
 

Preferred distributions and dividends

                (6,828 )       (6,828 )   (10,706 )
                               
 

FFO of the Operating Partnership

              $ 211,097   $ 114,461   $ 325,558   $ 476,832  
                               
   

Percentage of FFO of the Operating Partnership

                64.84 %   35.16 %   100.00 %   100.00 %

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Unaudited Pro-Rata Balance Sheet

 
  As of March 31, 2010    
 
 
  Consolidated   Non-
Controlling
Interests
  Our
Consolidated
Share
  Our
Share of
Joint Ventures
  Our
Total
Share
  As of
December 31, 2009
Our Total Share
 

ASSETS:

                                     
 

Investment properties, at cost

  $ 25,111,988   $ (185,930 ) $ 24,926,058   $ 9,359,381   $ 34,285,439   $ 34,426,322  
   

Less—accumulated depreciation

    7,026,845     (88,668 )   6,938,177     1,663,015     8,601,192     8,531,014  
                           

    18,085,143     (97,262 )   17,987,881     7,696,366     25,684,247     25,895,308  
 

Cash and cash equivalents

    3,326,642     (6,480 )   3,320,162     289,135     3,609,297     4,261,201  
 

Tenant receivables and accrued revenue, net

    355,469     (4,518 )   350,951     133,364     484,315     541,813  
 

Investment in unconsolidated entities, at equity

    1,418,987         1,418,987     (1,418,987 )        
 

Deferred costs and other assets

    1,159,035     (2,929 )   1,156,106     192,812     1,348,918     1,341,821  
 

Note receivable from related party

    632,000         632,000         632,000     632,000  
                           
     

Total assets

  $ 24,977,276   $ (111,189 ) $ 24,866,087   $ 6,892,690   $ 31,758,777   $ 32,672,143  
                           

LIABILITIES:

                                     
 

Mortgages and other indebtedness

  $ 17,883,189   $ (275,401 ) $ 17,607,788   $ 6,641,935   $ 24,249,723   $ 24,906,500  
 

Accounts payable, accrued expenses, intangibles, and deferred revenues

    952,526     (8,779 )   943,747     318,619     1,262,366     1,323,741  
 

Cash distributions and losses in partnerships and joint ventures, at equity

    469,453         469,453     (469,453 )        
 

Other liabilities and accrued dividends

    182,488     (1,090 )   181,398     401,589     582,987     558,383  
                           
     

Total liabilities

    19,487,656     (285,270 )   19,202,386     6,892,690     26,095,076     26,788,624  
                           

Limited partners' preferred interest in the Operating Partnership and noncontrolling redeemable interests in properties

    123,859     2,570     126,429         126,429     128,221  

Series I 6% convertible perpetual preferred stock, 19,000,000 shares authorized, 4,484,683 and 8,091,155 issued and outstanding, respectively, at liquidation value

    224,234         224,234         224,234     404,558  

EQUITY:

                                     

Stockholders' equity

                                     
 

Capital Stock (850,000,000 total shares authorized, $.0001 par value, 238,000,000 shares of excess common stock, 100,000,000 authorized shares of preferred stock):

                                     
   

Series J 83/8% cumulative redeemable preferred stock, 1,000,000 shares authorized, 796,948 issued and outstanding, with a liquidation value of $39,847

    45,622         45,622         45,622     45,704  
   

Common stock, $.0001 par value, 511,990,000 shares authorized, 293,080,911 and 289,866,711 issued, respectively

    29         29         29     29  
   

Class B common stock, $.0001 par value, 10,000 shares authorized, 8,000 issued and outstanding

                         
 

Capital in excess of par value

    7,704,856         7,704,856         7,704,856     7,547,959  
 

Accumulated deficit

    (3,119,320 )       (3,119,320 )       (3,119,320 )   (2,955,671 )
 

Accumulated other comprehensive loss

    (27,517 )       (27,517 )       (27,517 )   (3,088 )
 

Common stock held in treasury at cost, 4,013,037 and 4,126,440 shares, respectively

    (167,250 )       (167,250 )       (167,250 )   (176,796 )
                           
   

Total stockholders' equity

    4,436,420         4,436,420         4,436,420     4,458,137  
 

Noncontrolling interests

    705,107     171,511     876,618         876,618     892,603  
                           
     

Total equity

    5,141,527     171,511     5,313,038         5,313,038     5,350,740  
                           
     

Total liabilities and equity

  $ 24,977,276   $ (111,189 ) $ 24,866,087   $ 6,892,690   $ 31,758,777   $ 32,672,143  
                           

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Reconciliation of Net Income to NOI
As of March 31, 2010
(in thousands, except as noted)

         Industry practice is to evaluate real estate properties on an unleveraged basis. Net Operating Income ("NOI") is a standard industry performance measure which is defined as operating income plus depreciation and amortization, both calculated in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States ("GAAP"). We consider NOI to be a key measure of our operating performance that is not specifically defined by GAAP. We believe that NOI is helpful to investors because it is a widely recognized measure of the performance of REITs and provides a relevant basis for comparison among REITs. We also use NOI internally to measure the operating performance of our portfolio.

         However, you should understand that NOI:

    does not represent cash flow from operations as defined by GAAP,

    should not be considered as an alternative to net income determined in accordance with GAAP as a measure of operating performance,

    is not an alternative to cash flows as a measure of liquidity, and

    is not indicative of cash flows from operating, investing and financing activities.

         The Reconciliation of Net Income to NOI provides net income, which we believe is the most directly comparable GAAP financial measure, and reconciles the amounts to "Total NOI of the Simon Group Portfolio." This schedule also provides the change in NOI of comparable properties for the three months ended March 31, 2010.

 
  For the Three Months Ended March 31,  
 
  2010   2009  

Reconciliation of NOI of consolidated Properties:

             

Consolidated Net Income

  $ 20,754   $ 146,248  

Income tax expense (benefit) of taxable REIT subsidiaries

    202     (2,523 )

Interest expense

    263,959     226,036  

Income from unconsolidated entities

    (17,582 )   (5,545 )

Loss on extinguishment of debt

    165,625      

Gain on sale or disposal of assets

    (6,042 )    
           

Operating Income

    426,916     364,216  

Depreciation and amortization

    228,909     256,337  
           

NOI of consolidated Properties

  $ 655,825   $ 620,553  
           

Reconciliation of NOI of unconsolidated entities:

             

Net Income

  $ 74,113   $ 50,471  

Interest expense

    217,163     219,151  

Loss from unconsolidated entities

    439     768  
           

Operating Income

    291,715     270,390  

Depreciation and amortization

    199,037     187,463  
           

NOI of unconsolidated entities

  $ 490,752   $ 457,853  
           

Total NOI of the Simon Group Portfolio

  $ 1,146,577   $ 1,078,406  
           

Change in NOI from prior period

    6.3 %   4.0 %

Less: Joint venture partner's share of NOI

    301,384     279,747  
           

Simon Group's Share of NOI

  $ 845,193   $ 798,659  
           

Change in Simon Group's Share of NOI from prior period

    5.8 %   4.8 %

NOI of Comparable Properties(1)

  $ 861,513   $ 840,232  
           

Increase in NOI of Comparable Properties(1)

    2.5 %      
             

(1)
Properties that were owned in both of the periods under comparison are referred to as comparable properties. Does not include community/lifestyle centers, properties owned by SPG-FCM (the Mills portfolio) or international properties.

14



SIMON PROPERTY GROUP

NOI Composition(1)

For the Three Months Ended March 31, 2010

 
  Percent of Simon Group's
Share of NOI
 

U.S. Portfolio NOI by State

       

Florida

    13.0 %

Texas

    11.5 %

California

    10.6 %

Massachusetts

    7.3 %

New York

    7.2 %

Georgia

    5.2 %

Nevada

    4.9 %

Indiana

    4.6 %

New Jersey

    4.4 %

Pennsylvania

    4.2 %
       

Top 10 Contributors by State

    72.9 %
       

NOI by Asset Type

       

Regional Malls and Premium Outlets

    86.3 %

The Mills

    4.8 %

International(2)

    4.5 %

Community/Lifestyle Centers

    4.2 %

Other

    0.2 %
       

Total

    100.0 %
       

(1)
Based on Simon Group's share of total NOI and does not reflect any property, entity or corporate-level debt.

(2)
International includes eight Premium Outlets in Japan and one Premium Outlet in both Mexico and South Korea, plus the shopping centers in France, Italy and Poland.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Analysis of Other Income and Other Expense
As of March 31, 2010
(In thousands)

 
  For the Three
Months Ended
March 31,
 
 
  2010   2009  

Consolidated Properties

             

Other Income

             

Interest Income

  $ 7,714   $ 6,617  

Lease Settlement Income

    20,559     13,435  

Gains on Land Sales

    1,752     228  

Other

    25,729     24,885  
           

Totals

  $ 55,754   $ 45,165  
           

Other Expense

             

Ground Rent

  $ 8,745   $ 7,819  

Professional Fees

    3,034     2,858  

Other

    3,713     8,552  
           

Totals

  $ 15,492   $ 19,229  
           

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
U.S. Portfolio GLA
As of March 31, 2010

Type of Property
  GLA-Sq. Ft.   Total Owned
GLA
  % of Owned
GLA
 

Regional Malls

                   
 

Mall Stores

    58,567,568     58,237,260     38.2 %
 

Freestanding

    4,396,862     1,849,500     1.2 %
 

Anchors

    95,005,136     25,669,541     16.9 %
 

Office

    1,951,870     1,951,870     1.3 %
               

Regional Mall Total

    159,921,436     87,708,171     57.6 %

Premium Outlets

    17,203,325     16,988,703     11.1 %

Community/Lifestyle Centers

    20,199,257     13,799,431     9.1 %
 

The Mills®

    22,725,732     20,210,686     13.3 %
 

Mills Regional Malls

    17,554,603     8,731,395     5.7 %
 

Mills Community Centers

    1,014,074     962,520     0.6 %
               

Mills Portfolio Total

    41,294,409     29,904,601     19.6 %

Other(1)

    5,014,942     3,983,018     2.6 %
               

Total U.S. Properties

    243,633,369     152,383,924     100.0 %
               

(1)
Consists of ten other shopping centers and non-Premium Outlets and four regional malls. These properties contribute 0.2% of Simon Group's share of total NOI.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
U.S. Operational Information(1)
As of March 31, 2010

 
  As of or for the
Three Months Ended
March 31,
 
 
  2010   2009  

Total Number of Properties

    202     203  

Total GLA (in millions of square feet)

   
177.1
   
177.3
 

Occupancy(2)

             
 

Consolidated Assets

    92.8 %   92.5 %
 

Unconsolidated Assets

    90.7 %   91.0 %
 

Total Portfolio

    92.2 %   92.1 %

Comparable sales per square foot(3)

             
 

Consolidated Assets

  $ 458   $ 458  
 

Unconsolidated Assets

  $ 496   $ 495  
 

Total Portfolio

  $ 467   $ 467  

Average rent per square foot(2)

             
 

Consolidated Assets

  $ 37.15   $ 35.59  
 

Unconsolidated Assets

  $ 43.44   $ 43.32  
 

Total Portfolio

  $ 38.72   $ 37.51  

 

Historical Data:
  Occupancy(2)   Comparable Sales
Per Square Foot(3)
  Average Rent
Per Square Foot(2)
 

12/31/09

    93.4 % $ 452   $ 38.47  

12/31/08

    93.8 % $ 480     36.69  

12/31/07

    94.7 % $ 495     34.67  

12/31/06

    94.3 % $ 475     33.14  

12/31/05

    94.2 % $ 448     32.36  

Small Shop Leasing Activity for the for the Twelve Months Ended:

 
  Average Base Rent(4)    
   
 
 
  Lease
Openings
  Store Closings/
Lease Expirations
  Amount of Change
(Referred to as
"Leasing Spread")
 

3/31/10

  $ 42.82   $ 40.71   $ 2.11     5.2 %

12/31/09

    43.24     38.32     4.92     12.8 %

9/30/09

    41.78     36.35     5.43     14.9 %

6/30/09

    43.73     35.68     8.05     22.6 %

3/31/09

    45.18     34.83     10.35     29.7 %

12/31/08

    43.93     34.96     8.97     20.4 %

12/31/07

    41.41     34.84     6.57     15.9 %

12/31/06

    39.78     33.26     6.52     16.4 %

12/31/05

    38.53     31.95     6.58     17.1 %

(1)
Represents combined results for regional malls and Premium Outlets. Does not include information for community/lifestyle centers, properties owned by SPG-FCM (the Mills portfolio) or international properties.

(2)
Represents mall stores in regional malls and all owned gross leasable area in Premium Outlets.

(3)
Based upon the standard definition of sales for regional malls adopted by the International Council of Shopping Centers which includes mall stores less than 10,000 square feet in regional malls and all owned gross leasable area in Premium Outlets.

(4)
Represents the average base rent in effect during the period for those tenants who opened as compared to the average base rent in effect during the period for those tenants whose leases terminated or expired.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
U.S. Lease Expirations(1)(2)
As of March 31, 2010

Year
  Number of
Leases Expiring
  Square
Feet
  Avg. Base Rent
per Square Foot
at 3/31/10
 

Small Shops

                   

Month to Month Leases

   
991
   
3,229,542
 
$

36.90
 

2010 (4/1/10 - 12/31/10)

    1,073     3,060,334   $ 36.93  

2011

    3,047     8,569,460   $ 33.34  

2012

    2,438     8,391,163   $ 34.15  

2013

    2,171     6,738,400   $ 39.19  

2014

    1,849     6,090,890   $ 37.81  

2015

    1,631     5,971,987   $ 39.38  

2016

    1,541     4,633,191   $ 42.77  

2017

    1,537     5,157,600   $ 43.70  

2018

    1,547     5,869,286   $ 47.09  

2019

    1,337     5,191,539   $ 45.42  

2020

    530     2,199,959   $ 43.25  

2021 and Thereafter

    312     1,972,907   $ 35.05  

Specialty Leasing Agreements w/ terms in excess of 12 months

    1,471     3,424,047   $ 14.51  

Anchor Tenants

                   

2010 (4/1/10 - 12/31/10)

   
10
   
946,548
 
$

4.37
 

2011

    17     1,933,210   $ 4.25  

2012

    25     3,179,826   $ 3.83  

2013

    29     3,768,732   $ 4.51  

2014

    32     3,306,934   $ 4.79  

2015

    25     3,282,178   $ 2.88  

2016

    10     1,254,122   $ 3.60  

2017

    4     608,377   $ 2.85  

2018

    7     687,836   $ 7.16  

2019

    11     1,384,187   $ 4.06  

2020

    10     887,577   $ 5.39  

2021 and Thereafter

    23     2,365,367   $ 5.67  

(1)
Represents combined results for regional malls and Premium Outlets. Does not include community/lifestyle centers, properties owned by SPG-FCM (the Mills portfolio) or international properties.

(2)
Does not consider the impact of renewal options that may be contained in leases.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
U.S. Top Tenants(1)
As of March 31, 2010

Top Small Shop Tenants (sorted by percentage of total Simon Group base minimum rent)

Tenant
  Number
of
Stores
  Square
Feet
(000's)
  Percent of
Total
Simon Group
Sq. Ft.
  Percent of
Total Simon
Group Base
Min. Rent
 

The Gap, Inc. 

    366     4,009     1.6 %   2.9 %

Limited Brands, Inc. 

    332     1,865     0.8 %   2.1 %

Abercrombie & Fitch Co. 

    227     1,614     0.7 %   1.7 %

Foot Locker, Inc. 

    393     1,528     0.6 %   1.4 %

Luxottica Group S.P.A

    421     797     0.3 %   1.1 %

Zale Corporation

    350     377     0.2 %   1.1 %

American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. 

    169     958     0.4 %   1.0 %

Genesco, Inc. 

    419     617     0.3 %   0.9 %

Express LLC

    112     985     0.4 %   0.9 %

Sterling Jewelers, Inc. 

    199     309     0.1 %   0.9 %

Top Anchors (sorted by percentage of total Simon Group square footage)(2)

Tenant
  Number
of
Stores
  Square
Feet
(000's)
  Percent of
Total
Simon Group
Sq. Ft.
  Percent of
Total Simon
Group Base
Min. Rent
 

Macy's, Inc. 

    149     26,650     10.9 %   0.4 %

Sears Roebuck & Co. 

    120     18,213     7.5 %   0.2 %

J.C. Penney Co., Inc. 

    113     16,098     6.6 %   0.6 %

Dillard's Dept. Stores

    75     11,586     4.8 %   0.1 %

Nordstrom, Inc. 

    27     4,590     1.9 %   0.1 %

Belk, Inc. 

    22     2,792     1.1 %   0.3 %

The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. 

    22     2,180     0.9 %   0.2 %

Target Corporation

    13     1,686     0.7 %   0.0 %

The Neiman Marcus Group, Inc. 

    10     1,265     0.5 %   0.1 %

Dick's Sporting Goods, Inc. 

    18     1,188     0.5 %   0.3 %

Boscov's Department Store LLC

    6     1,099     0.5 %   0.0 %

Saks Incorporated

    9     1,053     0.4 %   0.2 %

(1)
Represents combined results for regional malls and Premium Outlets. Does not include community/lifestyle centers, properties owned by SPG-FCM (the Mills portfolio) or international properties.

(2)
Includes space leased and owned by the anchor.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Other U.S. Operational Information
As of March 31, 2010

 
  As of or for the
Three Months Ended
March 31,
 
 
  2010   2009  

Community/Lifestyle Centers

             

Total Number of Properties

    66     70  

Total GLA (in millions of square feet)

    20.2     20.8  

Occupancy(1)

    90.3 %   87.4 %

Average rent per square foot(1)

  $ 13.44   $ 13.37  

The Mills Portfolio(2)

             

The Mills®

             

Total Number of Properties

    16     16  

Total GLA (in millions of square feet)

    22.7     22.9  

Occupancy(1)

    93.3 %   89.7 %

Comparable sales per square foot(3)

  $ 372   $ 373  

Average rent per square foot(1)

  $ 19.79   $ 19.78  

Mills Regional Malls(4)

             

Total Number of Properties

    16     16  

Total GLA (in millions of square feet)

    17.6     17.5  

Occupancy(5)

    88.6 %   87.4 %

Comparable sales per square foot(3)

  $ 389   $ 410  

Average rent per square foot(5)

  $ 35.42   $ 37.14  

(1)
For all owned gross leasable area.

(2)
Excludes four community/lifestyle centers in the Mills portfolio.

(3)
Based upon the standard definition of sales for regional malls adopted by the International Council of Shopping Centers which includes mall stores less than 10,000 square feet.

(4)
Does not include two regional malls in Atlanta (Gwinnett Place and Town Center at Cobb) in which the Company held a 50% interest prior to the Mills acquisition.

(5)
For mall stores.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
International Operational Information
As of March 31, 2010

 
  As of or for the
Three Months Ended
March 31,
 
 
  2010   2009  

International Properties

             

European Shopping Centers

             

Total Number of Properties

    53     52  

Total GLA (in millions of square feet)

    14.4     13.5  

Occupancy

    95.4 %   98.5 %

Comparable sales per square foot

  407   409  

Average rent per square foot

  31.13   30.86  

International Premium Outlets—Japan(1)

             

Total Number of Properties

    8     7  

Total GLA (in millions of square feet)

    2.4     2.0  

Occupancy

    99.6 %   99.9 %

Comparable sales per square foot

  ¥ 90,993   ¥ 91,492  

Average rent per square foot

  ¥ 4,731   ¥ 4,705  

(1)
Does not include Premium Outlets Punta Norte in Mexico or Yeoju Premium Outlets in South Korea.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

Regional Malls(1)

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

1.

 

McCain Mall

  AR  

N. Little Rock

    100.0 %   775,852  

2.

 

Brea Mall

 

CA

 

Brea (Los Angeles)

   
100.0

%
 
1,319,054
 

3.

 

Coddingtown Mall

  CA  

Santa Rosa

    50.0 %   841,558  

4.

 

Fashion Valley

  CA  

San Diego

    50.0 %   1,723,287  

5.

 

Laguna Hills Mall

  CA  

Laguna Hills (Los Angeles)

    100.0 %   866,158  

6.

 

Santa Rosa Plaza

  CA  

Santa Rosa

    100.0 %   692,427  

7.

 

Shops at Mission Viejo, The

  CA  

Mission Viejo (Los Angeles)

    100.0 %   1,149,547  

8.

 

Stanford Shopping Center

  CA  

Palo Alto (San Francisco)

    100.0 %   1,364,367 (7)

9.

 

Westminster Mall

  CA  

Westminster (Los Angeles)

    100.0 %   1,187,818  

10.

 

Mesa Mall(2)

 

CO

 

Grand Junction

   
50.0

%
 
882,172
 

11.

 

Town Center at Aurora

  CO  

Aurora (Denver)

    100.0 %   1,081,531  

12.

 

Crystal Mall

 

CT

 

Waterford

   
74.6

%
 
782,876
 

13.

 

Aventura Mall(2)

 

FL

 

Miami Beach (Miami)

   
33.3

%
 
2,099,898
 

14.

 

Avenues, The

  FL  

Jacksonville

    25.0 %(3)   1,117,023  

15.

 

Boynton Beach Mall

  FL  

Boynton Beach (Miami)

    100.0 %   1,100,284  

16.

 

Coconut Point

  FL  

Estero

    50.0 %   1,199,873 (7)

17.

 

Coral Square

  FL  

Coral Springs (Miami)

    97.2 %   941,339  

18.

 

Cordova Mall

  FL  

Pensacola

    100.0 %   851,723  

19.

 

Crystal River Mall

  FL  

Crystal River

    100.0 %   420,109  

20.

 

Dadeland Mall

  FL  

Miami

    50.0 %   1,487,658  

21.

 

DeSoto Square

  FL  

Bradenton

    100.0 %   678,069  

22.

 

Edison Mall

  FL  

Fort Myers

    100.0 %   1,050,989  

23.

 

Florida Mall, The

  FL  

Orlando

    50.0 %   1,769,303  

24.

 

Gulf View Square

  FL  

Port Richey (Tampa)

    100.0 %   753,564  

25.

 

Indian River Mall

  FL  

Vero Beach

    50.0 %   737,108  

26.

 

Lake Square Mall

  FL  

Leesburg (Orlando)

    50.0 %   559,088  

27.

 

Melbourne Square

  FL  

Melbourne

    100.0 %   665,241  

28.

 

Miami International Mall

  FL  

Miami

    47.8 %   1,071,588  

29.

 

Orange Park Mall

  FL  

Orange Park (Jacksonville)

    100.0 %   957,944  

30.

 

Paddock Mall

  FL  

Ocala

    100.0 %   554,033  

31.

 

Port Charlotte Town Center

  FL  

Port Charlotte

    80.0 %(4)   766,563  

32.

 

Seminole Towne Center

  FL  

Sanford (Orlando)

    45.0 %(3)   1,125,889  

33.

 

Shops at Sunset Place, The

  FL  

S. Miami

    37.5 %(3)   514,437  

34.

 

St. Johns Town Center

  FL  

Jacksonville

    50.0 %   1,221,235  

35.

 

Town Center at Boca Raton

  FL  

Boca Raton (Miami)

    100.0 %   1,753,683  

36.

 

Treasure Coast Square

  FL  

Jensen Beach

    100.0 %   878,363  

37.

 

Tyrone Square

  FL  

St. Petersburg (Tampa)

    100.0 %   1,095,347  

38.

 

Gwinnett Place

 

GA

 

Duluth (Atlanta)

   
75.0

%
 
1,279,928

(7)

39.

 

Lenox Square

  GA  

Atlanta

    100.0 %   1,544,024  

40.

 

Mall of Georgia

  GA  

Buford (Atlanta)

    100.0 %   1,759,238  

41.

 

Northlake Mall

  GA  

Atlanta

    100.0 %   962,133  

42.

 

Phipps Plaza

  GA  

Atlanta

    100.0 %   818,177  

43.

 

Town Center at Cobb

  GA  

Kennesaw (Atlanta)

    75.0 %   1,275,898  

44.

 

Lindale Mall(2)

 

IA

 

Cedar Rapids

   
50.0

%
 
688,593
 

45.

 

NorthPark Mall

  IA  

Davenport

    50.0 %   1,073,110  

46.

 

Southern Hills Mall(2)

  IA  

Sioux City

    50.0 %   796,680  

47.

 

SouthRidge Mall(2)

  IA  

Des Moines

    50.0 %   889,046  

48.

 

Lincolnwood Town Center

 

IL

 

Lincolnwood (Chicago)

   
100.0

%
 
421,382
 

49.

 

Northfield Square Mall

  IL  

Bourbonnais

    31.6 %(4)   530,011  

50.

 

Northwoods Mall

  IL  

Peoria

    100.0 %   694,316  

51.

 

Orland Square

  IL  

Orland Park (Chicago)

    100.0 %   1,210,127  

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

Regional Malls(1)

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

52.

 

River Oaks Center

  IL  

Calumet City (Chicago)

    100.0 %   1,352,187 (7)

53.

 

SouthPark Mall

  IL  

Moline

    50.0 %   1,017,107  

54.

 

White Oaks Mall

  IL  

Springfield

    80.7 %   929,871 (7)

55.

 

Castleton Square

 

IN

 

Indianapolis

   
100.0

%
 
1,381,525
 

56.

 

Circle Centre

  IN  

Indianapolis

    14.7 %(3)   735,772  

57.

 

College Mall

  IN  

Bloomington

    100.0 %   636,606  

58.

 

Eastland Mall

  IN  

Evansville

    50.0 %   865,310  

59.

 

Fashion Mall at Keystone, The

  IN  

Indianapolis

    100.0 %   683,492  

60.

 

Greenwood Park Mall

  IN  

Greenwood (Indianapolis)

    100.0 %   1,280,173  

61.

 

Markland Mall

  IN  

Kokomo

    100.0 %   415,892  

62.

 

Muncie Mall

  IN  

Muncie

    100.0 %   635,037  

63.

 

Tippecanoe Mall

  IN  

Lafayette

    100.0 %   862,773  

64.

 

University Park Mall

  IN  

Mishawaka

    100.0 %   922,626  

65.

 

Washington Square

  IN  

Indianapolis

    100.0 %   963,268  

66.

 

Towne East Square

 

KS

 

Wichita

   
100.0

%
 
1,120,581
 

67.

 

Towne West Square

  KS  

Wichita

    100.0 %   941,485  

68.

 

West Ridge Mall

  KS  

Topeka

    100.0 %   992,313  

69.

 

Prien Lake Mall

 

LA

 

Lake Charles

   
100.0

%
 
791,243
 

70.

 

Arsenal Mall

 

MA

 

Watertown (Boston)

   
100.0

%
 
450,128

(7)

71.

 

Atrium Mall

  MA  

Chestnut Hill (Boston)

    49.1 %   205,605  

72.

 

Auburn Mall

  MA  

Auburn

    49.1 %   588,130  

73.

 

Burlington Mall

  MA  

Burlington (Boston)

    100.0 %   1,317,759  

74.

 

Cape Cod Mall

  MA  

Hyannis

    49.1 %   725,607  

75.

 

Copley Place

  MA  

Boston

    98.1 %   1,243,193 (7)

76.

 

Emerald Square

  MA  

North Attleboro (Providence, RI)

    49.1 %   1,022,548  

77.

 

Greendale Mall

  MA  

Worcester (Boston)

    49.1 %   430,807 (7)

78.

 

Liberty Tree Mall

  MA  

Danvers (Boston)

    49.1 %   858,302  

79.

 

Mall at Chestnut Hill, The

  MA  

Chestnut Hill (Boston)

    47.2 %   474,909  

80.

 

Northshore Mall

  MA  

Peabody (Boston)

    49.1 %   1,581,257 (7)

81.

 

Solomon Pond Mall

  MA  

Marlborough (Boston)

    49.1 %   886,848  

82.

 

South Shore Plaza

  MA  

Braintree (Boston)

    100.0 %   1,303,073  

83.

 

Square One Mall

  MA  

Saugus (Boston)

    49.1 %   930,647  

84.

 

Bowie Town Center

 

MD

 

Bowie (Washington, D.C.)

   
100.0

%
 
684,357
 

85.

 

St. Charles Towne Center

  MD  

Waldorf (Washington, D.C.)

    100.0 %   979,905  

86.

 

Bangor Mall

 

ME

 

Bangor

   
67.4

%(6)
 
652,722
 

87.

 

Maplewood Mall

 

MN

 

St. Paul (Minneapolis)

   
100.0

%
 
930,013
 

88.

 

Miller Hill Mall

  MN  

Duluth

    100.0 %   805,552  

89.

 

Battlefield Mall

 

MO

 

Springfield

   
100.0

%
 
1,198,845
 

90.

 

Independence Center

  MO  

Independence (Kansas City)

    100.0 %   1,031,751  

91.

 

SouthPark

 

NC

 

Charlotte

   
100.0

%
 
1,625,581
 

92.

 

Mall at Rockingham Park, The

 

NH

 

Salem (Boston)

   
24.6

%
 
1,020,083
 

93.

 

Mall of New Hampshire, The

  NH  

Manchester

    49.1 %   811,320  

94.

 

Pheasant Lane Mall

  NH  

Nashua

           (5)   869,807  

95.

 

Brunswick Square

 

NJ

 

East Brunswick (New York)

   
100.0

%
 
765,293
 

96.

 

Livingston Mall

  NJ  

Livingston (New York)

    100.0 %   984,641  

97.

 

Menlo Park Mall

  NJ  

Edison (New York)

    100.0 %   1,323,005 (7)

98.

 

Ocean County Mall

  NJ  

Toms River (New York)

    100.0 %   890,283  

99.

 

Quaker Bridge Mall

  NJ  

Lawrenceville

    38.0 %(6)   1,098,690  

100.

 

Rockaway Townsquare

  NJ  

Rockaway (New York)

    100.0 %   1,243,573  

24


SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

Regional Malls(1)

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

101.

 

Cottonwood Mall

  NM  

Albuquerque

    100.0 %   1,040,713  

102.

 

Forum Shops at Caesars, The

 

NV

 

Las Vegas

   
100.0

%
 
645,149
 

103.

 

Chautauqua Mall

 

NY

 

Lakewood

   
100.0

%
 
425,291
 

104.

 

Jefferson Valley Mall

  NY  

Yorktown Heights (New York)

    100.0 %   580,265  

105.

 

Roosevelt Field

  NY  

Garden City (New York)

    100.0 %   2,227,043 (7)

106.

 

Smith Haven Mall

  NY  

Lake Grove (New York)

    25.0 %   1,287,415  

107.

 

Walt Whitman Mall

  NY  

Huntington Station (New York)

    100.0 %   1,027,520  

108.

 

Westchester, The

  NY  

White Plains (New York)

    40.0 %   827,390 (7)

109.

 

Great Lakes Mall

 

OH

 

Mentor (Cleveland)

   
100.0

%
 
1,234,687

(7)

110.

 

Lima Mall

  OH  

Lima

    100.0 %   737,690  

111.

 

Richmond Town Square

  OH  

Richmond Heights (Cleveland)

    100.0 %   1,015,451  

112.

 

Southern Park Mall

  OH  

Youngstown

    100.0 %   1,189,723  

113.

 

Summit Mall

  OH  

Akron

    100.0 %   770,293  

114.

 

Upper Valley Mall

  OH  

Springfield

    100.0 %   739,804  

115.

 

Penn Square Mall

 

OK

 

Oklahoma City

   
94.5

%
 
1,050,669
 

116.

 

Woodland Hills Mall

  OK  

Tulsa

    94.5 %   1,092,032  

117.

 

Century III Mall

 

PA

 

West Mifflin (Pittsburgh)

   
100.0

%
 
1,225,375

(7)

118.

 

Granite Run Mall

  PA  

Media (Philadelphia)

    50.0 %   1,032,551  

119.

 

King of Prussia Mall

  PA  

King of Prussia (Philadelphia)

    12.4 %(6)   2,615,477 (7)

120.

 

Lehigh Valley Mall

  PA  

Whitehall

    37.6 %(6)   1,169,065 (7)

121.

 

Montgomery Mall

  PA  

North Wales (Philadelphia)

    60.0 %(6)   1,147,484  

122.

 

Oxford Valley Mall

  PA  

Langhorne (Philadelphia)

    65.0 %(6)   1,332,185 (7)

123.

 

Ross Park Mall

  PA  

Pittsburgh

    100.0 %   1,207,923  

124.

 

South Hills Village

  PA  

Pittsburgh

    100.0 %   1,141,179 (7)

125.

 

Springfield Mall(2)

  PA  

Springfield (Philadelphia)

    38.0 %(6)   589,275  

126.

 

Plaza Carolina

 

PR

 

Carolina (San Juan)

   
100.0

%
 
1,077,393

(7)

127.

 

Anderson Mall

 

SC

 

Anderson

   
100.0

%
 
671,885
 

128.

 

Haywood Mall

  SC  

Greenville

    100.0 %   1,231,161  

129.

 

Empire Mall(2)

 

SD

 

Sioux Falls

   
50.0

%
 
1,073,985
 

130.

 

Rushmore Mall(2)

  SD  

Rapid City

    50.0 %   834,897  

131.

 

Knoxville Center

 

TN

 

Knoxville

   
100.0

%
 
978,166

(7)

132.

 

Oak Court Mall

  TN  

Memphis

    100.0 %   848,967 (7)

133.

 

West Town Mall

  TN  

Knoxville

    50.0 %   1,336,669  

134.

 

Wolfchase Galleria

  TN  

Memphis

    94.5 %   1,152,526  

135.

 

Barton Creek Square

 

TX

 

Austin

   
100.0

%
 
1,429,571
 

136.

 

Broadway Square

  TX  

Tyler

    100.0 %   627,953  

137.

 

Cielo Vista Mall

  TX  

El Paso

    100.0 %   1,242,926  

138.

 

Domain, The

  TX  

Austin

    100.0 %   1,090,690 (7)

139.

 

Firewheel Town Center

  TX  

Garland (Dallas)

    100.0 %   1,004,241 (7)

140.

 

Galleria, The

  TX  

Houston

    31.5 %   2,298,426  

141.

 

Ingram Park Mall

  TX  

San Antonio

    100.0 %   1,125,731  

142.

 

Irving Mall

  TX  

Irving (Dallas)

    100.0 %   1,052,994  

143.

 

La Plaza Mall

  TX  

McAllen

    100.0 %   1,199,803  

144.

 

Lakeline Mall

  TX  

Cedar Park (Austin)

    100.0 %   1,097,944  

145.

 

Longview Mall

  TX  

Longview

    100.0 %   638,588  

146.

 

Midland Park Mall

  TX  

Midland

    100.0 %   617,576  

147.

 

North East Mall

  TX  

Hurst (Dallas)

    100.0 %   1,670,146  

148.

 

Rolling Oaks Mall

  TX  

San Antonio

    100.0 %   883,401 (7)

149.

 

Sunland Park Mall

  TX  

El Paso

    100.0 %   917,642  

25


SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

Regional Malls(1)

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

150.

 

Valle Vista Mall

  TX  

Harlingen

    100.0 %   651,102  

151.

 

Apple Blossom Mall

 

VA

 

Winchester

   
49.1

%
 
439,862
 

152.

 

Charlottesville Fashion Square

  VA  

Charlottesville

    100.0 %   569,861  

153.

 

Chesapeake Square

  VA  

Chesapeake (Virginia Beach)

    75.0 %(4)   792,687  

154.

 

Fashion Centre at Pentagon City, The

  VA  

Arlington (Washington, DC)

    42.5 %   989,006 (7)

155.

 

Valley Mall

  VA  

Harrisonburg

    50.0 %   506,279  

156.

 

Virginia Center Commons

  VA  

Glen Allen

    100.0 %   785,406  

157.

 

Columbia Center

 

WA

 

Kennewick

   
100.0

%
 
768,418
 

158.

 

Northgate Mall

  WA  

Seattle

    100.0 %   1,058,557  

159.

 

Tacoma Mall

  WA  

Tacoma (Seattle)

    100.0 %   1,253,094  

160.

 

Bay Park Square

 

WI

 

Green Bay

   
100.0

%
 
710,904
 

161.

 

Forest Mall

  WI  

Fond Du Lac

    100.0 %   500,174  
                         

 

Total Regional Mall GLA

                  159,921,436  
                         

Premium Outlets

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (Metro Area Served)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

1.

 

Camarillo Premium Outlets

  CA  

Camarillo (Los Angeles)

    100.0 %   673,913  

2.

 

Carlsbad Premium Outlets

  CA  

Carlsbad (San Diego)

    100.0 %   288,045  

3.

 

Desert Hills Premium Outlets

  CA  

Cabazon (Palm Springs)

    100.0 %   501,733  

4.

 

Folsom Premium Outlets

  CA  

Folsom (Sacramento)

    100.0 %   296,035  

5.

 

Gilroy Premium Outlets

  CA  

Gilroy (San Jose)

    100.0 %   577,906  

6.

 

Las Americas Premium Outlets

  CA  

San Diego

    100.0 %   560,873  

7.

 

Napa Premium Outlets

  CA  

Napa

    100.0 %   179,392  

8.

 

Petaluma Village Premium Outlets

  CA  

Petaluma

    100.0 %   195,953  

9.

 

Vacaville Premium Outlets

  CA  

Vacaville

    100.0 %   437,523  

10.

 

Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets

 

CT

 

Clinton

   
100.0

%
 
276,173
 

11.

 

Orlando Premium Outlets

 

FL

 

Orlando

   
100.0

%
 
549,534
 

12.

 

St. Augustine Premium Outlets

  FL  

St. Augustine (Jacksonsville)

    100.0 %   328,557  

13.

 

North Georgia Premium Outlets

 

GA

 

Dawsonville (Atlanta)

   
100.0

%
 
538,348
 

14.

 

Waikele Premium Outlets

 

HI

 

Waipahu (Honolulu)

   
100.0

%
 
209,937
 

15.

 

Chicago Premium Outlets

 

IL

 

Aurora (Chicago)

   
100.0

%
 
437,367
 

16.

 

Edinburgh Premium Outlets

 

IN

 

Edinburgh (Indianapolis)

   
100.0

%
 
377,814
 

17.

 

Lighthouse Place Premium Outlets

  IN  

Michigan City

    100.0 %   454,325  

18.

 

Wrentham Village Premium Outlets

 

MA

 

Wrentham (Boston)

   
100.0

%
 
636,002
 

19.

 

Kittery Premium Outlets

 

ME

 

Kittery

   
100.0

%
 
264,543
 

20.

 

Albertville Premium Outlets

 

MN

 

Albertville (Minneapolis)

   
100.0

%
 
429,563
 

21.

 

Osage Beach Premium Outlets

 

MO

 

Osage Beach

   
100.0

%
 
393,099
 

22.

 

Carolina Premium Outlets

 

NC

 

Smithfield

   
100.0

%
 
438,978
 

23.

 

Jackson Premium Outlets

 

NJ

 

Jackson (New York)

   
100.0

%
 
285,719
 

24.

 

Jersey Shore Premium Outlets

  NJ  

Tinton Falls (New York)

    100.0 %   434,391  

25.

 

Liberty Village Premium Outlets

  NJ  

Flemington (New York)

    100.0 %   164,266  

26.

 

Las Vegas Outlet Center

 

NV

 

Las Vegas

   
100.0

%
 
469,047
 

27.

 

Las Vegas Premium Outlets

  NV  

Las Vegas

    100.0 %   538,681  

26


SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

Premium Outlets

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

28.

 

Waterloo Premium Outlets

 

NY

 

Waterloo

   
100.0

%
 
417,558
 

29.

 

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

  NY  

Central Valley (New York)

    100.0 %   844,730  

30.

 

Aurora Farms Premium Outlets

 

OH

 

Aurora (Cleveland)

   
100.0

%
 
300,446
 

31.

 

Cincinnati Premium Outlets

  OH  

Monroe (Cincinnati)

    100.0 %   398,792  

32.

 

Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets

 

OR

 

Troutdale (Portland)

   
100.0

%
 
163,884
 

33.

 

Philadelphia Premium Outlets

 

PA

 

Limerick (Philadelphia)

   
100.0

%
 
549,106
 

34.

 

The Crossings Premium Outlets

  PA  

Tannersville

    100.0 %   411,196  

35.

 

Allen Premium Outlets

 

TX

 

Allen (Dallas)

   
100.0

%
 
441,543
 

36.

 

Houston Premium Outlets

  TX  

Cypress (Houston)

    100.0 %   425,482  

37.

 

Rio Grande Valley Premium Outlets

  TX  

Mercedes (McAllen)

    100.0 %   584,790  

38.

 

Round Rock Premium Outlets

  TX  

Round Rock (Austin)

    100.0 %   488,902  

39.

 

Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets

 

VA

 

Leesburg (Washington D.C.)

   
100.0

%
 
517,711
 

40.

 

Seattle Premium Outlets

 

WA

 

Tulalip (Seattle)

   
100.0

%
 
443,796
 

41.

 

Johnson Creek Premium Outlets

 

WI

 

Johnson Creek

   
100.0

%
 
277,672
 
                         

 

Total U.S. Premium Outlets GLA

          17,203,325  
                         

 

Total Regional Mall and U.S. Premium Outlets GLA

          177,124,761  
                         

FOOTNOTES:

(1)
Does not include the regional malls in the Mills portfolio.

(2)
This property is managed by a third party.

(3)
The Operating Partnership's direct and indirect interests in some of the properties held as joint venture interests are subject to preferences on distributions in favor of other partners or the Operating Partnership.

(4)
The Operating Partnership receives substantially all the economic benefit of the property due to a preference or advance.

(5)
The Operating Partnership owns a mortgage note that encumbers Pheasant Lane Mall that entitles it to 100% of the economics of this property.

(6)
The Operating Partnership's indirect ownership interest is through an approximately 76% ownership interest in Kravco Simon Investments.

(7)
Includes office space as follows:
Arsenal Mall—52,847 sq. ft.
Century III Mall—30,032 sq. ft.
Copley Place—867,301 sq. ft.
Fashion Centre at Pentagon City, The—169,089 sq. ft.
Firewheel Town Center—74,999 sq. ft.
Great Lakes Mall—2,051 sq. ft.
Greendale Mall—119,860 sq. ft.
Gwinnett Place—32,603 sq. ft.
King of Prussia Mall—13,150 sq. ft.
Lehigh Valley Mall—11,754 sq. ft.
Menlo Park Mall—52,424 sq. ft.
Northshore Mall—12,367 sq. ft.
Knoxville Center—1,455 sq. ft.
Oak Court Mall—126,583 sq. ft.
Oxford Valley Mall—110,324 sq. ft.
Plaza Carolina—28,436 sq. ft.
River Oaks Center—116,912 sq. ft.
Rolling Oaks Mall—6,383 sq. ft.
Roosevelt Field—1,610 sq. ft.
South Hills Village—4,361 sq. ft.
Stanford Shopping Center—5,748 sq. ft.
The Domain—92,954 sq. ft.
The Westchester—820 sq. ft.
White Oaks Mall—17,807 sq. ft.

27



SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

Community/Lifestyle Centers(1)

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

1.

 

Plaza at Buckland Hills, The

  CT  

Manchester

    41.3 %(3)   335,589  

2.

 

Gaitway Plaza

 

FL

 

Ocala

   
32.2

%(3)
 
208,755
 

3.

 

Highland Lakes Center

  FL  

Orlando

    100.0 %   492,321  

4.

 

Indian River Commons

  FL  

Vero Beach

    50.0 %   255,942  

5.

 

Pier Park

  FL  

Panama City Beach

    100.0 %   815,657  

6.

 

Royal Eagle Plaza

  FL  

Coral Springs (Miami)

    42.0 %(3)   199,059  

7.

 

Terrace at The Florida Mall

  FL  

Orlando

    100.0 %   346,693  

8.

 

Waterford Lakes Town Center

  FL  

Orlando

    100.0 %   949,678  

9.

 

West Town Corners

  FL  

Altamonte Springs (Orlando)

    32.2 %(3)   385,643  

10.

 

Westland Park Plaza

  FL  

Orange Park (Jacksonville)

    32.2 %(3)   163,254  

11.

 

Mall of Georgia Crossing

 

GA

 

Buford (Atlanta)

   
100.0

%
 
440,670
 

12.

 

Bloomingdale Court

 

IL

 

Bloomingdale (Chicago)

   
100.0

%
 
630,359
 

13.

 

Countryside Plaza

  IL  

Countryside (Chicago)

    100.0 %   403,756  

14.

 

Crystal Court

  IL  

Crystal Lake (Chicago)

    37.9 %(3)   278,978  

15.

 

Forest Plaza

  IL  

Rockford

    100.0 %   428,039  

16.

 

Lake Plaza

  IL  

Waukegan (Chicago)

    100.0 %   215,568  

17.

 

Lake View Plaza

  IL  

Orland Park (Chicago)

    100.0 %   367,843  

18.

 

Lincoln Crossing

  IL  

O'Fallon (St. Louis)

    100.0 %   243,326  

19.

 

Matteson Plaza

  IL  

Matteson (Chicago)

    100.0 %   270,892  

20.

 

North Ridge Plaza

  IL  

Joliet (Chicago)

    100.0 %   305,070  

21.

 

White Oaks Plaza

  IL  

Springfield

    100.0 %   391,474  

22.

 

Willow Knolls Court

  IL  

Peoria

    35.7 %(3)   382,377  

23.

 

Clay Terrace

 

IN

 

Carmel (Indianapolis)

   
50.0

%
 
503,706
 

24.

 

Eastland Convenience Center

  IN  

Evansville

    50.0 %   175,639  

25.

 

Greenwood Plus

  IN  

Greenwood (Indianapolis)

    100.0 %   155,319  

26.

 

Hamilton Town Center

  IN  

Noblesville (Indianapolis)

    50.0 %   655,490  

27.

 

Keystone Shoppes

  IN  

Indianapolis

    100.0 %   29,140  

28.

 

Markland Plaza

  IN  

Kokomo

    100.0 %   90,527  

29.

 

Muncie Plaza

  IN  

Muncie

    100.0 %   172,621  

30.

 

New Castle Plaza

  IN  

New Castle

    100.0 %   91,648  

31.

 

Northwood Plaza

  IN  

Fort Wayne

    100.0 %   208,076  

32.

 

Teal Plaza

  IN  

Lafayette

    100.0 %   101,087  

33.

 

Tippecanoe Plaza

  IN  

Lafayette

    100.0 %   90,522  

34.

 

University Center

  IN  

Mishawaka

    100.0 %   150,524  

35.

 

Village Park Plaza

  IN  

Carmel (Indianapolis)

    35.7 %(3)   549,623  

36.

 

Washington Plaza

  IN  

Indianapolis

    100.0 %   50,107  

37.

 

West Ridge Plaza

 

KS

 

Topeka

   
100.0

%
 
254,519
 

38.

 

St. Charles Towne Plaza

 

MD

 

Waldorf (Washington, D.C.)

   
100.0

%
 
394,509
 

39.

 

Regency Plaza

 

MO

 

St. Charles (St. Louis)

   
100.0

%
 
287,473
 

40.

 

Ridgewood Court

 

MS

 

Jackson

   
35.7

%(3)
 
369,500
 

41.

 

Dare Centre

 

NC

 

Kill Devil Hills

   
100.0

%
 
168,707
 

42.

 

MacGregor Village

  NC  

Cary

    100.0 %   144,042  

43.

 

North Ridge Shopping Center

  NC  

Raleigh

    100.0 %   166,667  

44.

 

Rockaway Commons

 

NJ

 

Rockaway (New York)

   
100.0

%
 
149,335
 

45.

 

Rockaway Town Plaza

  NJ  

Rockaway (New York)

    100.0 %   459,241  

46.

 

Cobblestone Court

 

NY

 

Victor

   
35.7

%(3)
 
265,477
 

28



SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

Community/Lifestyle Centers(1)

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

47.

 

Great Lakes Plaza

 

OH

 

Mentor (Cleveland)

   
100.0

%
 
164,154
 

48.

 

Lima Center

  OH  

Lima

    100.0 %   236,878  

49.

 

DeKalb Plaza

 

PA

 

King of Prussia (Philadelphia)

   
50.3

%(4)
 
101,742
 

50.

 

Henderson Square

  PA  

King of Prussia (Philadelphia)

    76.0 %(4)   107,383  

51.

 

Lincoln Plaza

  PA  

King of Prussia (Philadelphia)

    65.0 %(4)   267,965  

52.

 

Whitehall Mall

  PA  

Whitehall

    38.0 %(4)   588,566  

53.

 

Charles Towne Square

 

SC

 

Charleston

   
100.0

%
 
71,794
 

54.

 

Empire East(2)

 

SD

 

Sioux Falls

   
50.0

%
 
297,278
 

55.

 

Arboretum at Great Hills

 

TX

 

Austin

   
100.0

%
 
206,452
 

56.

 

Gateway Shopping Center

  TX  

Austin

    100.0 %   512,955  

57.

 

Ingram Plaza

  TX  

San Antonio

    100.0 %   111,518  

58.

 

Lakeline Plaza

  TX  

Cedar Park (Austin)

    100.0 %   387,430  

59.

 

Palms Crossing

  TX  

McAllen

    100.0 %   337,249  

60.

 

Richardson Square

  TX  

Richardson (Dallas)

    100.0 %   517,265  

61.

 

Shops at Arbor Walk, The

  TX  

Austin

    100.0 %   442,585  

62.

 

Shops at North East Mall, The

  TX  

Hurst (Dallas)

    100.0 %   365,008  

63.

 

Wolf Ranch Town Center

  TX  

Georgetown (Austin)

    100.0 %   626,251  

64.

 

Chesapeake Center

 

VA

 

Chesapeake (Virginia Beach)

   
100.0

%
 
305,935
 

65.

 

Fairfax Court

  VA  

Fairfax (Washington, D.C.)

    41.3 %(3)   254,302  

66.

 

Martinsville Plaza

  VA  

Martinsville

    100.0 %   102,105  
                         

 

Total Community/Lifestyle Center GLA

                  20,199,257  
                         

FOOTNOTES:

(1)
Does not include the community centers in Mills portfolio.

(2)
This property is managed by a third party.

(3)
Outside partner receives substantially all of the economic benefit due to a partner preference.

(4)
The Operating Partnership's indirect ownership interest is through an approximately 76% ownership interest in Kravco Simon Investments.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

The Mills Portfolio

 
 
Property Name
  State  
City (CBSA)
  SPG Share
of Legal
Ownership
  Total Gross
Leasable Area
 

 

The Mills®

                     

1.

 

Arizona Mills

  AZ  

Tempe (Phoenix)

    25.0 %   1,244,646  

2.

 

Arundel Mills

  MD  

Hanover (Baltimore)

    29.6 %   1,293,052  

3.

 

Colorado Mills

  CO  

Lakewood (Denver)

    18.8 %(1)   1,098,098  

4.

 

Concord Mills

  NC  

Concord (Charlotte)

    29.6 %(1)   1,333,938  

5.

 

Discover Mills

  GA  

Lawrenceville (Atlanta)

    25.0 %(1)   1,183,084  

6.

 

Franklin Mills

  PA  

Philadelphia

    50.0 %   1,742,849  

7.

 

Grapevine Mills

  TX  

Grapevine (Dallas)

    29.6 %   1,777,431  

8.

 

Great Mall

  CA  

Milpitas (San Jose)

    50.0 %   1,354,862  

9.

 

Gurnee Mills

  IL  

Gurnee (Chicago)

    50.0 %   1,810,747  

10.

 

Katy Mills

  TX  

Katy (Houston)

    31.3 %(1)   1,554,944  

11.

 

Ontario Mills

  CA  

Ontario (Riverside)

    25.0 %   1,479,501  

12.

 

Opry Mills

  TN  

Nashville

    50.0 %   1,159,517  

13.

 

Potomac Mills

  VA  

Prince William (Washington, D.C.)

    50.0 %   1,540,056  

14.

 

Sawgrass Mills

  FL  

Sunrise (Miami)

    50.0 %   2,257,261  

15.

 

St. Louis Mills

  MO  

Hazelwood (St. Louis)

    25.0 %(1)   1,174,876  

16.

 

The Block at Orange

  CA  

Orange (Los Angeles)

    25.0 %   720,870  
                         

 

Subtotal The Mills GLA®

                  22,725,732  

 

Regional Malls(3)

                     

17.

 

Briarwood Mall

  MI  

Ann Arbor

    25.0 %   970,562  

18.

 

Del Amo Fashion Center

  CA  

Torrance (Los Angeles)

    25.0 %(1)   2,381,172 (2)

19.

 

Dover Mall

  DE  

Dover

    34.1 %   885,966  

20.

 

Esplanade, The

  LA  

Kenner (New Orleans)

    50.0 %   899,436  

21.

 

Falls, The

  FL  

Miami

    25.0 %   807,275  

22.

 

Galleria at White Plains, The

  NY  

White Plains (New York)

    50.0 %   863,293  

23.

 

Hilltop Mall

  CA  

Richmond (San Francisco)

    25.0 %   1,077,067  

24.

 

Lakeforest Mall

  MD  

Gaithersburg (Washington, D.C.)

    25.0 %   1,046,321  

25.

 

Mall at Tuttle Crossing, The

  OH  

Dublin (Columbus)

    25.0 %   1,107,688  

26.

 

Marley Station

  MD  

Glen Burnie (Baltimore)

    25.0 %   1,069,133  

27.

 

Meadowood Mall

  NV  

Reno

    25.0 %   876,502 (2)

28.

 

Northpark Mall

  MS  

Ridgeland

    50.0 %   955,846  

29.

 

Shops at Riverside, The

  NJ  

Hackensack (New York)

    50.0 %   762,197  

30.

 

Southdale Center

  MN  

Edina (Minneapolis)

    50.0 %   1,338,880 (2)

31.

 

Southridge Mall

  WI  

Greendale (Milwaukee)

    50.0 %   1,212,117  

32.

 

Stoneridge Shopping Center

  CA  

Pleasanton (San Francisco)

    25.0 %   1,301,148  
                         

 

Subtotal Regional Malls GLA

                  17,554,603  

 

Community Centers

                     

33.

 

Denver West Village

  CO  

Lakewood (Denver)

    18.8 %   310,160  

34.

 

Arundel Mills Marketplace

  MD  

Hanover (Baltimore)

    29.6 %   101,613  

35.

 

Concord Mills Marketplace

  NC  

Concord (Charlotte)

    50.0 %   230,683  

36.

 

Liberty Plaza

  PA  

Philadelphia

    50.0 %   371,618  
                         

 

Subtotal Community Centers GLA

                  1,014,074  
                         

 

Total Mills Properties GLA

                  41,294,409  
                         

(1)
The Operating Partnership's direct and indirect interests in some of the properties held as joint venture interests are subject to preferences on distributions in favor of other partners or the Operating Partnership.

(2)
Includes office space as follows:
Del Amo Fashion Center—114,413 sq. ft.
Meadowood Mall—6,013 sq. ft.
Southdale Center—20,295 sq. ft.

(3)
Does not include two regional malls in Atlanta (Gwinnett Place and Town Center at Cobb) in which we already held a 50% interest prior to the Mills acquisition.

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

International Properties

 
 
Property Name
 
City (Metropolitan area)
  SPG Effective
Ownership(4)
  Total Gross
Leasable Area(1)
 

 

FRANCE

                 

1.

 

Bay 2

 

Torcy (Paris)

    50.0 %   576,800  

2.

 

Bay 1

 

Torcy (Paris)

    50.0 %   348,900  

3.

 

Bel'Est

 

Bagnolet (Paris)

    17.5 %   173,100  

4.

 

Villabé A6

 

Villabé (Paris)

    7.5 %   284,300  

5.

 

Wasquehal

 

Wasquehal (Lille)

    50.0 %   254,700  
                     

 

Subtotal France GLA

              1,637,800  

 

ITALY

                 

 

Ancona:

                 

6.

 

Ancona

 

Ancona

    49.0 %(3)   165,200  

7.

 

Senigallia

 

Senigallia (Ancona)

    49.0 %   82,800  

 

Ascoli Piceno:

                 

8.

 

Grottammare

 

Grottammare (Ascoli Piceno)

    49.0 %   94,800  

9.

 

Porto Sant'Elpidio

 

Porto Sant'Elpidio (Ascoli Piceno)

    49.0 %   162,300  

 

Bari:

                 

10.

 

Casamassima

 

Casamassima (Bari)

    49.0 %   547,800  

11.

 

Modugno

 

Modugno (Bari)

    49.0 %   143,500  

 

Bergamo:

                 

12.

 

Bergamo

 

Bergamo

    49.0 %(3)   119,900  

 

Brescia:

                 

13.

 

Concesio

 

Concesio (Brescia)

    49.0 %(3)   117,500  

14.

 

Mazzano

 

Mazzano (Brescia)

    49.0 %(2)   230,700  

 

Brindisi:

                 

15.

 

Mesagne

 

Mesagne (Brindisi)

    49.0 %   228,600  

 

Cagliari:

                 

16.

 

Marconi

 

Marconi (Cagliari)

    49.0 %(3)   193,400  

17.

 

Santa Gilla

 

Santa Gilla (Cagliari)

    49.0 %(2)   190,700  

 

Catania:

                 

18.

 

Catania

 

Catania

    24.0 %   641,700  

19.

 

La Rena

 

La Rena (Catania)

    49.0 %   146,200  

20.

 

Misterbianco

 

Misterbianco (Catania)

    49.0 %(3)   99,300  

 

Lecco:

                 

21.

 

Merate

 

Merate (Lecco)

    49.0 %(3)   162,000  

 

Milan (Milano):

                 

22.

 

Cesano Boscone

 

Cescano Boscone (Milano)

    49.0 %(3)   283,900  

23.

 

Cinisello

 

Cinisello (Milano)

    49.0 %   375,600  

24.

 

Nerviano

 

Nerviano (Milano)

    49.0 %(3)   111,600  

25.

 

Rescaldina

 

Rescaldina (Milano)

    49.0 %   377,100  

26.

 

Vimodrone

 

Vimodrone (Milano)

    49.0 %   190,600  

 

Monza:

                 

27.

 

Monza

 

Monza

    49.0 %(3)   211,700  

 

Naples (Napoli):

                 

28.

 

Argine

 

Argine (Napoli)

    24.0 %   296,200  

29.

 

Giugliano

 

Giugliano (Napoli)

    49.0 %(5)   754,500  

30.

 

Mugnano di Napoli

 

Mugnano (Napoli)

    49.0 %(3)   192,900  

31.

 

Pompei

 

Pompei (Napoli)

    49.0 %   91,400  

32.

 

Vulcano Buono

 

Nola (Napoli)

    22.1 %   876,000  

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SIMON PROPERTY GROUP
Property Listing

International Properties

 
 
Property Name
 
City (Metropolitan area)
  SPG Effective
Ownership(4)
  Total Gross
Leasable Area(1)
 

 

Olbia:

                 

33.

 

Olbia

 

Olbia

    49.0 %(3)   207,600  

 

Padova:

                 

34.

 

Padova

 

Padova

    49.0 %   105,800  

 

Palermo:

                 

35.

 

Palermo

 

Palermo

    49.0 %   82,900  

 

Pesaro:

                 

36.

 

Fano

 

Fano (Pesaro)

    49.0 %   112,300  

 

Pescara:

                 

37.

 

Cepagatti

 

Cepagatti (Pescara)

    49.0 %   269,800  

38.

 

Pescara

 

Pescara

    49.0 %   161,500  

 

Piacenza:

                 

39.

 

San Rocco al Porto

 

San Rocco al Porto (Piacenza)

    49.0 %   179,200  

 

Rome (Roma):

                 

40.

 

Casalbertone

 

Roma

    49.0 %(3)   147,600  

41.

 

Collatina

 

Collatina (Roma)

    49.0 %   63,600  

42.

 

Porta Di Roma

 

Roma

    19.6 %   1,255,400  

 

Sassari:

                 

43.

 

Predda Niedda

 

Predda Niedda (Sassari)

    49.0 %(2)   233,700  

 

Taranto:

                 

44.

 

Taranto

 

Taranto

    49.0 %   201,700  

 

Turin (Torino):

                 

45.

 

Cuneo

 

Cuneo (Torino)

    49.0 %   282,200  

46.

 

Rivoli

 

Rivoli (Torino)

    49.0 %(3)   94,100  

47.

 

Torino

 

Torino

    49.0 %   171,800  

48.