Investments in Unconsolidated Real Estate Joint Ventures
|12 Months Ended|
Dec. 31, 2019
|Equity Method Investments and Joint Ventures [Abstract]|
|Investments in Unconsolidated Real Estate Joint Ventures||Investments in Unconsolidated Real Estate Joint Ventures
The equity method of accounting is used to account for each of the individual joint ventures. We have an ownership interest in the following unconsolidated real estate joint ventures:
Fees we received for various services provided to our unconsolidated joint ventures were recognized in management, leasing and other services as follows (in thousands):
Expense reimbursements from unconsolidated joint ventures were previously included in expense reimbursements in our Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2018. As these revenues are not related to leases, the 2018 amounts have been reclassified to management, leasing and other services on the consolidated statements of operations to conform to the current year presentation. See Note 21 for discussion of adoption of ASC 842.
Our investments in real estate joint ventures are reduced by the percentage of the profits earned for leasing and development services associated with our ownership interest in each joint venture. Our carrying value of investments in unconsolidated joint ventures differs from our share of the assets reported in the “Condensed Combined Balance Sheets - Unconsolidated Joint Ventures” shown below due to adjustments to the book basis, including intercompany profits on sales of services that are capitalized by the unconsolidated joint ventures. The differences in basis (totaling $3.8 million and $4.1 million as of December 31, 2019 and 2018, respectively) are amortized over the various useful lives of the related assets.
In July 2014, we opened an approximately 398,000 square foot outlet center in Charlotte, North Carolina that was developed through, and is owned by, a joint venture formed in May 2013. In June 2018, the Charlotte joint venture closed on a $100.0 million mortgage loan with a fixed interest rate of approximately 4.3% and a maturity date of July 2028. The proceeds from the loan were used to pay off the existing $90.0 million mortgage loan with an interest rate of LIBOR + 1.45%, which had an original maturity date of November 2018. The joint venture distributed the incremental net loan proceeds of $9.3 million equally to the partners. Our partner is providing property management, marketing and leasing services to the joint venture.
In June 2016, we opened an approximately 355,000 square foot outlet center in Columbus, Ohio. The development was initially fully funded with equity contributed to the joint venture by Tanger and its partner. In November 2016, the joint venture closed on an interest-only mortgage loan of $85.0 million at an interest rate of LIBOR + 1.65%. The loan initially matured in November 2019, with two one-year extension options. The joint venture received net loan proceeds of $84.2 million and distributed them equally to the partners. In October 2019, the joint venture exercised its first option to extend the mortgage loan for one year to November 2020 under the same terms. We are providing property management, marketing and leasing services to the joint venture.
In October 2012, we opened an approximately 353,000 square foot outlet center in Texas City, Texas that was developed through, and is owned by, a joint venture formed in June 2011. In July 2017, the joint venture amended and restated the initial construction loan, which had an outstanding balance of $65.0 million, to increase the amount available to borrow from $70.0 million to $80.0 million and extended the maturity date until July 2020 with two one-year options. The amended and restated loan also changed the interest rate from LIBOR + 1.50% to LIBOR + 1.65%. At the closing of the amendment, the joint venture distributed the net proceeds of approximately $14.5 million equally between the partners. We are providing property management, marketing and leasing services to the outlet center.
In November 2013, we opened an approximately 341,000 square foot outlet center at National Harbor in the Washington, D.C. Metro area that was developed through, and is owned by, a joint venture formed in May 2011. In December 2018, the National Harbor joint venture closed on a $95.0 million mortgage loan with a fixed interest rate of approximately 4.6% and a maturity date of January 2030. The proceeds from the loan were used to pay off the $87.0 million construction loan with an interest rate of LIBOR + 1.65%, which had an original maturity date of November 2019. The joint venture distributed the incremental net loan proceeds of $7.4 million equally to the partners.
We have a 50/50 co-ownership agreement with RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust to operate and manage outlet centers in Canada. We provide leasing and marketing services for the outlet centers and RioCan provides development and property management services.
In October 2014, the co-owners opened Tanger Outlets Ottawa, the first ground up development of a Tanger Outlet Center in Canada. In 2016, the co-owners commenced construction on a 39,000 square foot expansion, which opened during the second quarter of 2017 to bring the total square feet of the outlet center to approximately 357,000.
Other properties owned by the RioCan Canada co-owners include Cookstown Outlet Mall and Les Factoreries Saint-Sauveur. Cookstown Outlet Mall is approximately 308,000 square feet and Les Factoreries Saint-Sauveur is approximately 116,000 square feet.
In May 2019, the RioCan joint venture closed on the sale of its 161,000 square foot outlet center in Bromont, for net proceeds of approximately $6.4 million. Our share of the proceeds was approximately $3.2 million. As a result of this transaction, we recorded a foreign currency loss of approximately $3.6 million in other income (expense), which had been previously recorded in other comprehensive income.
During 2018 and 2017, the Rio-Can joint venture recognized impairment charges related to its Bromont and Saint Sauveur properties. The impairment charges were primarily driven by, among other things, new competition in the market and changes in market capitalization rates.
The table below summarizes the impairment charges taken during 2018 and 2017 (in thousands):
Condensed combined summary financial information of joint ventures accounted for using the equity method as of December 31, 2019 and 2018 and for the years ended December 31, 2019, 2018 and 2017 is as follows (in thousands):
No definition available.
The entire disclosure for equity method investments and joint ventures. Equity method investments are investments that give the investor the ability to exercise significant influence over the operating and financial policies of an investee. Joint ventures are entities owned and operated by a small group of businesses as a separate and specific business or project for the mutual benefit of the members of the group.
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