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JACKSONVILLE, FL

BANK OF AMERICA TOWER An emblem of architectural ingenuity since its completion in 1990, the Tower is a landmark of the Downtown Jacksonville skyline. n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2014 696,672

Designed by Helmut Jahn, the Tower features a two-story lobby with marble finishes, unique octagonal-shaped floor plates and a crowning, triangular, eight-panel illuminated rooftop.

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NEW ORLEANS, LA

ONE SHELL SQUARE Designed by the renowned architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, One Shell Square towers 51 stories high, earning it the distinction of being the tallest building not only in the City of New Orleans, but in the entire state.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 1,256,971

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN

SALESFORCE TOWER & CIRCLE BUILDING

As the premier trophy office complex in the city, the contrast between the curvature of the 12-story Circle Building and the verticality of the 48-story Tower provide an exciting visual aesthetic that has come to embody both the rich history and the vibrant future of Indianapolis.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2016 1,090,392

During the construction of the Tower in 1990, The Circle Building underwent extensive renovation. The modifications included a modernized lobby and an enclosed walkway connecting the two buildings.

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RICHMOND, VA

RIVERFRONT PLAZA Located in the heart of Downtown Richmond, Riverfront Plaza consists of two 21-story landmark towers situated along the James River, offering exceptional views and an irreplaceable location. n  Year Acquired:

2015

n  Total SF: (2 bldgs) 951,897

A one-acre formal garden extends from the river entrances of the property’s southern side, while a landscaped courtyard continues the architectural themes found in the lobby, creating an inviting open-air meeting place—a highly desirable venue for hosting a variety of social and civic functions. 8


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MILWAUKEE, WI

100 EAST WISCONSIN Among the finest trophy office buildings in the Midwest, the 35-story landmark office tower is ideally located along the east bank of the Milwaukee River in the heart of the Central Business District, ensuring tremendous river views and light and air throughout the tower. n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2016 435,629

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BIRMINGHAM, AL

WELLS FARGO TOWER A premier Class A office tower ideally located in Birmingham’s Central Business District. The landmark 30-story tower is situated in the heart of Birmingham’s burgeoning urban environment and offers breathtaking views of the entire city.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 514,893

The tower is highlighted by an elegant granite exterior and an impressive two-story lobby entrance. 12


Year Acquired Total Rentable SF

2015 514,893

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NEW ORLEANS, LA

ENERGY CENTRE A distinctive, Class A office building located in the heart of the New Orleans Central Business District. Commanding the downtown skyline, Energy Centre is widely regarded as one of the finest office towers in the state.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2013 757,275

The entry lobby features high-end finishes such as polished granite flooring and metal ceilings, and is serviced by 18 passenger elevators.

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NEW ORLEANS, LA

400 POYDRAS STREET One of the premier office towers in New Orleans, advantageously situated near the Federal and Appellate Courthouses with unobstructed views in all directions.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2005 620,000

Tree-shaded landscaping, high-quality interior finishes featuring polished Rosse Imperial granite and chrome, and a showcase of regional artwork provide an atmosphere of refinement and culture.

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NEW ORLEANS, LA

FIRST BANK AND TRUST TOWER A trophy office tower located in the heart of the city, centered along the ‘Poydras Corridor.’ Its stunning design creates a beautiful exterior with vertical bands of mahogany-colored, flamed-finished Dakota granite alternating with bronze-tinted glass.

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2005 545,000

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SHREVEPORT, LA

REGIONS TOWER Regions Tower is a Class A two-building complex located in the heart of Shreveport, Louisiana’s third-largest city. The property consists of the 25-story Regions Bank Tower and the 16-story Regions Bank Building, connected by an elegant four-story atrium.

n  Year Acquired:

2007

n  Total SF: (3 bldgs) 500,000

At night, the Tower is illuminated by abundant floodlights, giving it one of the most prestigious identities in the city. 20


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CLEVELAND, OH

FIFTH THIRD CENTER A 27-story, Class A office tower that boasts a timeless contemporary design, impressive window lines and sweeping views of Lake Erie, making it one of the premier office towers in the city.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 508,397

The property is located in the heart of the Cleveland’s Central Business District and is ideally situated near the Fourth Street entertainment district, multiple restaurant options, convention center, various hotels and public transportation.

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CINCINNATI, OH

CENTER AT 600 VINE A Class A office building located in one of the most central and strategic intersections in Downtown Cincinnati. The building blends well with the architecture and character of Downtown Cincinnati while maintaining a distinctive clean, contemporary presence.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2006 625,765

A ground-floor colonnade and three-story glass-enclosed lobby provide drama and openness to the building. 24


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NEW ORLEANS, LA

POYDRAS CENTER A Class A, 27-story office tower strategically located at the most prestigious and desirable location within the New Orleans Central Business District.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2002 453,000

The polished red granite lobby displays “Twin Ripples,” a 19-foot sculpture designed by New York artist William Crovello, as well as “Fat Tuesday”, a commissioned painting depicting the joy and pageantry of Mardi Gras, designed by Lynne Murray Gleason. 26


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COLUMBIA, SC

MERIDIAN A prestigious, 17-story trophy office tower boasting stunning architectural design located in the heart of Downtown Columbia.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 334,075

The property boasts a stunning architectural design, highlighted by a sleek Spanish limestone exterior and a grand two-story lobby accentuated with contemporary finishes.

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PITTSBURGH, PA

GATEWAY CENTER n  Year Acquired:

2004

n  Total SF: (4 bldgs) 1,500,000

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Gateway Center is located in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Central Business District. The four-building complex features plazas with a sparkling fountain and towering trees, lush foliage and breezy walkways. Recent lobby renovations include rich Italian Carrara marble walls, granite floors and shining steel with glass atriums.


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Gateway Center’s recent lobby renovations include rich Italian Carrara marble walls, granite floors and shining steel with glass atriums.

Eddie Merlot’s fine dining steak and seafood restaurant is located in the lobby of Four Gateway Center, a great amenity to the property and the city.

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GREENSBORO, NC

300 NORTH GREENE STREET A prestigious 21-story Class A office tower located in the heart of Downtown Greensboro featuring a stunning architectural design with its clean, contemporary lines and stately exterior finishes.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 324,405

The entrance to the tower is highlighted by a grand, two-story, 33-foot-high main lobby finely appointed with terrazzo, wood paneling and polished granite.

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KNOXVILLE, TN

RIVERVIEW TOWER The 24-story, oval-shaped Tower is a Class A iconic landmark building with an incredible street presence demanded by corporate tenancy.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2013 334,000

Riverview Tower is located in an irreplaceable location along the Tennessee River in the epicenter of Downtown Knoxville.

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN

CAPITAL CENTER This prestigious, Class A office building complex is prominently located at the corner of Illinois and Ohio Streets in the heart of Downtown Indianapolis.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2013 650,000

The two office towers of 17 stories in the North Tower and 22 stories in the South Tower are connected by a beautiful, spacious lobby atrium.

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN

PNC CENTER Located in the “center of everything,” the office complex sits at the nexus of government and private business districts, encompassing a full city block.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2016 635,697

Two office towers join to an expansive and impressive glass atrium lobby entrance that spans upward 16 stories and connects the property to the 500-room Hyatt Hotel.

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CLEVELAND, OH

NORTH POINT OFFICE COMPLEX

A stately and timeless property with corporate appeal in the heart of Downtown Cleveland. With its lakefront setting, tenants are able to enjoy sweeping, irreplaceable views of Lake Erie and stunning 360-degree views of the city.

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The abundant amenities available to tenants include a 100-seat amphitheater, 50-seat conference room, fitness center, 1,004-space parking garage and 70-space below-ground parking.

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LAKE CHARLES, LA

CAPITAL ONE TOWER Located in Lake Charles’ prime Central Business District, the campus covers four acres and includes a six-story attached parking garage and an adjacent undeveloped four-acre parcel. The building’s six-sided structure was designed to conform directly to the configuration of the site as it fronts on Lakeshore Drive and on Lake Charles.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2007 400,000

The building design affords spectacular views of the lake, the adjoining convention center, and the downtown area from all parts of the building. 46


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GRAND RAPIDS, MI

BRIDGEWATER PLACE One of the newest and most recognized office buildings in Grand Rapids, a premier Class A tower catering to some of the area’s most highly regarded legal and financial tenants. Situated directly on the Grand River, the building offers panoramic views of the waterfront and the downtown area, plus easy access to Grand Rapids’ world-class medical research and healthcare corridor.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2013 353,000

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COLUMBUS, OH

CAPITOL SQUARE n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2007 495,000

A 26-story, Class A office tower located across the street from the Ohio State Capitol and adjacent to the Hyatt and the City Center Mall in the heart of Columbus.


CLEVELAND, OH

SKYLIGHT OFFICE TOWER Ideally situated in Downtown Cleveland, Skylight Office Tower offers sweeping views of the Cuyahoga River, directly connected to a fully enclosed retail center and within walking distance of luxury hotels.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 340,000

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ST. LOUIS, MO

100 NORTH BROADWAY n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2005 500,000

Located in the heart of the prominent Downtown St. Louis market — the regional center for Missouri’s largest law, accounting and financial service firms.


ST. LOUIS, MO

10 SOUTH BROADWAY Located in the heart of the Downtown St. Louis business district, offering stunning views of the city and the Mississippi River.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2007 424,000

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JACKSON, MS

THE PINNACLE AT JACKSON PLACE n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2012 189,000

Located in the Central Business District, this nine-story Class A office building features plazas, outdoor gardens, plus climate-controlled corridors and walking spaces that connect the Pinnacle to the adjacent One Jackson Place.


JACKSON, MS

ONE JACKSON PLACE An attractively designed 14-story office building with pre-cast concrete, double-pane tinted glass exteriors and an immaculately landscaped plaza that serves as a focal point of the Central Business District.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2012 220,477

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JACKSON, MS

CITY CENTRE n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2015 275,000

A Class A, two-tower office building located within Jackson’s Central Business District. Both towers have lobbies finished in polished marble and are connected by a spacious, airy atrium.


JACKSON, MS

REGIONS PLAZA Office, retail and restaurant space in the heart of Jackson’s Business District. A 22-story Class A office building with an enclosed nine-level parking garage.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2007 342,325

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MEMPHIS, TN

TOYOTA CENTER n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2012 174,700

Gateway to the Memphis Ballpark District, eight city blocks of redevelopment—an integral part of the rebirth of the downtown area.


MEMPHIS, TN

FALLS BUILDING This fully-modernized Memphis landmark—originally built to house cotton merchants—is now home to leading law firms, marketing companies, and government agencies.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2012 155,000

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WORCESTER, MA

CHESTNUT PLACE n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2015 220,000

A unique downtown property, considered the finest office address in the city, featuring a two-story atrium lobby clad with marble, granite and cherry wood finishes.


CLINTON, MS

SOUTH POINTE Originally custom-built as corporate headquarters for a Fortune 50 company, the complex represents one of the finest corporate campuses in the region.

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2014 402,920

The complex is highlighted by a grand, four-story glass atrium that serves as the main lobby and connects two of the buildings, and is fronted by a circular driveway and water feature.

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BIRMINGHAM, AL

INVERNESS CENTER n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 475,895

Located in a coveted Birmingham suburban market, the four Inverness buildings are within one of the Southeast’s most prestigious master-planned communities.

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BIRMINGHAM, AL

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MEMPHIS, TN

FORUM n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2012 340,328

FORUM I

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Forum is a three-building complex, ideally situated along the flourishing Poplar Corridor, enjoying convenient freeway access.


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BIRMINGHAM, AL

20TH PLACE SOUTH A suburban, Class A mid-rise office building located in one of the city’s most desirable submarkets, featuring a natural-colored stone exterior, highlighted by a curved curtain wall of tinted glass.

The main lobby welcomes visitors with clean, modern lines, contemporary lighting and is given a rich ambience with polished granite finishes.

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n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2015 125,722


JACKSON, MS

PARKING AND SHOPS AT JACKSON PLACE

A six-level parking structure located in Jackson’s Central Business District—designed and completed in the early 1980s and extensively renovated in 2008.

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JACKSON, MS

111 EAST CAPITOL STREET n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

2012 186,107

This ideally-located six-story office building has lush landscaping and trees, plus a beautiful atrium lobby with skylights and three interior glass elevators.

Completely renovated, now featuring granite floors, new carpeting and wall coverings throughout the common areas.

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JACKSON/FLOWOOD, MS

UBS BUILDING

RIVER OAKS PLACE

n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2012 94,792

2012 72,396

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RICHMOND, VA

BOULDERS CENTER

WINCHESTER BUILDING

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n  Year Acquired: n  Total SF:

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2012 146,293

2012 127,946


RICHMOND, VA

MOOREFIELD OFFICE PARK MOOREFIELD I

MOOREFIELD II

MOOREFIELD III

Moorefield Office Park features attractively designed brick and double-pane tinted glass exteriors with a lake that serves as a focal point of the campus.

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LEADERSHIP

Judah Hertz Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

As founder of Hertz Investment Group, Mr. Hertz directed the growth of the business from its beginnings as a small, New York-based company to a national real estate investment firm. With an innovative vision, keen understanding of the market climate and a talent for recognizing hidden potential, Mr. Hertz has acquired premier properties of unique heritage and character. Highly proficient in assessing product types and geographic markets, Mr. Hertz has consistently exercised the sound judgment and entrepreneurial spirit critical to earning the company both national prominence and profitable performance.

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LEADERSHIP

Gary Horwitz

James M. Ingram

President

Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer

Mr. Horwitz joined HIG in 2002 as its CFO and, in 2006, he became the president of the company. As the president, he oversees daily operations as well as the coordination of the asset strategy across the company’s portfolio.

Mr. Ingram currently works out of HIG’s Jackson (MS) regional office. As CIO, he is responsible for all acquisition and disposition activity within the company. Additionally, Mr. Ingram supervises the leasing activity for approximately eleven million square feet of office properties throughout the South. During his career, Jim has negotiated the purchase or sale of 37 million square feet of office properties, totalling over $5 billion in investment. He has led the acquisitions of 23 office properties, totalling 10.8 million square feet and $1.3 billion.

Mr. Horwitz began his real estate career thirty years ago with JMB Realty. Since then, he has worked in a senior management capacity for Disney Development Company, Transwestern Commercial Services, and for a high-networth California real estate family. Given his success in both institutional and entrepreneurial situations and in all the disciplines of real estate ownership, Mr. Horwitz’s background is well-suited to HIG. His hands-on experience in acquisitions, development, management and leasing of high-profile and trophy assets allows him to add great value to the Hertz portfolio. As such, he has been responsible for closing real estate transactions valued at over $3.5 billion. Mr. Horwitz graduated from Rhodes University (1983) in South Africa where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a licensed CA real estate broker.

Prior to joining Hertz, Mr. Ingram worked for over 23 years at Parkway Properties, a publicly traded real estate investment trust, including eight years as Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer, and fifteen years as President of Parkway Realty Services. As EVP and CIO at Parkway, Jim led the acquisition of 63 properties and directed the sale of 58 properties representing 26 million square feet and $3.7 billion. Prior to becoming EVP and CIO, Jim was Senior Asset Manager for approximately 3.8 million square feet of office properties throughout the South and Midwest. Mr. Ingram graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1978 and the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program in 2002. He currently serves as Director on the Board of Mississippi Valley Title Insurance Company, Vice Chair of the Jackson Downtown Partners, and President of the Greycastle Lakeowners Association.

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LEADERSHIP

Jim Kasim

John Forbess

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Executive Vice President and General Counsel

Mr. Kasim is responsible for HIG’s financial operations, with oversight of all financial planning and reporting, treasury management, debt management, tax planning, information technology, and human resources. In addition, Mr. Kasim is integrally involved in developing and executing the overall corporate strategy. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Kasim served in several executive capacities with Steadfast Companies, including as head of institutional capital markets, as well as Chief Financial Officer of several of its entities. Mr. Kasim has also served in several executive capacities with publicly-listed and privately-held real estate investment companies, and has been involved with in excess of $2.5 billion in commercial real estate transactions. In addition, Mr. Kasim previously served for eleven years, including as a Senior Manager, with Ernst & Young’s Real Estate and Hospitality practice, where his clients included some of the largest real estate and hospitality companies in the nation. Mr. Kasim received an MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, where he graduated with honors, and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from California State University, Northridge. Mr. Kasim is a Certified Public Accountant and also a Certified Management Accountant. At USC, he has served as an Adjunct Professor for the School of Policy, Planning and Development.

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A specialist in real estate law, Mr. Forbess supervises legal, corporate, human resources and other business affairs of the company as well as all of its affiliated entities and properties. Prior to his joining HIG in 1999, Mr. Forbess served for five years as the company’s outside legal counsel. Over the past thirty years, Mr. Forbess’ real estate clients have included a number of prominent national and regional real estate development companies. During that time, he represented clients in the acquisition, sale, leasing, management and operations of many dozens of commercial properties. In addition, Mr. Forbess has represented numerous well-known business and entertainment clients. Mr. Forbess earned his bachelor’s degree from Amherst College and his J.D. from John Marshall Law School, rising from associate to partner during nine years with Rudin, Richman & Appel of Beverly Hills. He then formed his own firm, Forbess & Roth, specializing in real estate, entertainment and general business law.


LEADERSHIP

Don Dvorin

Zev Hertz

Vice President, Legal

Vice President, Asset Management

Mr. Dvorin has practiced commercial real estate law exclusively since 1984, with a primary focus on office, retail and commercial leasing. He has extensive experience in drafting and negotiating office, retail and commercial leases with a wide range of national, regional and local tenants.

For the past ten years, Mr. Hertz has served as Vice President of Asset Management, where he has provided hands-on oversight for the company’s broad portfolio. This includes more than ten million square feet of office space, where he maintains direct relations with principal tenants across the country. Mr. Hertz has also created and implemented a sophisticated, efficient and transparent realty asset control-and-services delivery system for the company.

Mr. Dvorin joined HIG in 2014, after representing Hertz Investments as outside real estate/leasing counsel for many years. Prior to opening his own law practice in 2006, Mr. Dvorin was a senior associate with The Krasnove Law Firm (now Griffin Fletcher & Herndon), a nationallyrecognized firm specializing in sophisticated commercial real estate transactions, where his practice emphasized commercial, office, retail and industrial leasing for a variety of institutional and entrepreneurial clients.

A dedicated philanthropist through his family trust, Mr. Hertz holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from the Stern School of Business at New York University.

In 1987, Mr. Dvorin became one of the first Certified Leasing Specialists in the nation through the International Council of Shopping Centers. A Dean’s List graduate of Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, he has spoken on leasing issues at numerous industry events and conferences, and is an active participant in various real estate associations.

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LEADERSHIP

Sarah Gordon

Irene Thomas

Vice President, Asset Management

Senior Vice President, Corporate Controller and Treasurer

In her current role for the past three years, Mrs. Gordon recently oversaw the sale of Cincinnati’s historic Textile Building, a 213,000-square-foot structure located in the Fourth Street Corridor of the city’s Central Business District.

An accounting professional with extensive experience in financial management of commercial properties, Ms. Thomas joined Hertz Investment Group in 1996 as Controller, overseeing the financial reporting for the Hertz Group properties. In 2005, she became Senior Vice President and Corporate Controller/Treasurer.

She currently oversees approximately 500,000 square feet of office space in Downtown and East Memphis. Mrs. Gordon is a graduate of Stern College in New York City, and holds a masters degree from Columbia University.

In this role, Ms. Thomas is responsible for budgeting, tax returns, and financial reporting for the corporate business holdings—plus the nationwide monitoring of treasury functions. Ms. Thomas also assists with corporate business development, implementing company-wide policies/ procedures, and overseeing the Human Resources and Risk Management departments. Prior to joining HIG, Ms. Thomas held positions at several leading companies such as VMS Realty, Tishman West Companies, Allegiance Realty and Insignia Commercial Group.

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LEADERSHIP

William Brown

Alex Faguet

Vice President, Asset Portfolio Controller

Vice President

A financial executive with more than twenty years of experience in California commercial real estate, Mr. Brown joined Hertz Investment Group in 2007.

As the primary point of contact for Hertz’s lender relationships, Mr. Faguet is responsible for managing the company’s approximately $1.6 billion in leverage. He is also responsible for portfolio liquidity, loan compliance, financial reporting, and streamlining the capital funding process.

In this role, Mr. Brown guides the budgeting process, plus the development of business plans for all of HIG’s properties. He also oversees their financial statements, monthly property reports, tax returns, and financial audits. Previously, Mr. Brown was controller at Arden Realty— at that time the largest landlord in the commercial real estate market in Southern California. He managed the co-development (with Lowe Enterprises) of the seventyacre Howard Hughes Center, one of the nation’s largest mixed-use commercial developments. Subsequently, Mr. Brown was senior corporate controller for Westfield America, owner-operators of 119 major shopping centers worldwide, and then Vice PresidentFinance at Collier’s International, one of the world’s largest integrated real estate services providers with 12,700 employees across 294 offices in 61 countries.

Previously, Mr. Faguet worked for Latitude Real Estate Investors, a privately held real estate debt fund, where he originated nearly $200 million in loans. He also managed a $300 million portfolio of high-leverage bridge debt, spanning twelve states and all asset classes. Mr. Faguet has a broad background in commercial real estate, spanning loan origination and asset management, debt and leasing brokerage, syndication, and investment analysis. He earned a Bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Business Administration from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, with a focus in finance and real estate.

Mr. Brown is a graduate of California State University at Northridge with a degree in accounting finance.

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LEADERSHIP

Andy Ko

Susan Iida

Vice President, Investment Analysis

Investor Relations and Special Projects Manager

Mr. Ko is responsible for the company’s underwriting of acquisitions and dispositions, as well as monitoring the performance of the firm’s investment portfolio. He also leads the investment team in financial due diligence, and facilitates the financing process with various institutional lenders.

Ms. Iida joined HIG in 2000, initially serving as a Leasing Agent at their California Market Center and Director of Leasing at their International Jewelry Center, both in Downtown Los Angeles. In these roles, she managed a high volume of lease negotiations of nearly one hundred transactions annually. In addition, Ms. Iida was responsible for extensive tenant management, where she built a solid background in customer and tenant relations. Following that, she was Property Manager for HIG’s Union Bank Plaza until its subsequent sale.

During his tenure at Hertz Investment Group, he has been responsible for evaluating new acquisitions from initial underwriting and risk assessment, to conducting due diligence through final closing for over $1.5 billion of real estate transactions. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Ko spent three years as part of the investment sales team at Greenwich Group International—a real estate investment bank with over $30 billion in capital transactions, and serviced the Southern California region. Mr. Ko began his career as a real estate technology consultant at REsolve Technologies which has subsequently been acquired by the CoStar Group. Mr. Ko is a graduate of Boston University’s Questrom School of Business.

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In her current post, Ms. Iida is responsible for managing the interests of the investors, as well as coordinating the interface between the numerous parties involved in the ownership and management of an HIG property. Additionally, she has leadership responsibilities for various special projects, such as managing the content and production of HIG’s investment and marketing materials. Ms. Iida began her career as a leasing agent for a boutique brokerage house and from there moved on to other entrepreneurial and corporate organizations, acting as a leasing agent for companies including, Bayco Financial Corporation, Lendlease and Jones Lang LaSalle. Ms. Iida graduated from California State University Long Beach with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Finance, and she is a licensed California real estate agent.


LEADERSHIP

Donald Fishoff

Michael Morgan

Vice President, Capital Markets - New York

Vice President, Leasing - Southeast Region

In 2015, Mr. Fishoff opened the New York office for HIG.

Working out of the Memphis regional office, Mr. Morgan is responsible for all leasing activity, budgeting, and supervision of third-party leasing professionals. Michael is also charged with developing and evolving tenant relations across the country. His current portfolio consists of approximately four million square feet spread across five states.

For the past twenty years, he has been involved in financing and developing residential and commercial real estate projects in the New York area. He also serves as advisor and Trustee for the Fishoff Family Foundation, with investments in over twenty commercial real estate projects. He received his J.D. from New York University School of Law in 1982, and practiced law for several years at LeBoeuf, Lamb Leiby & MacRae. Mr. Fishoff is active in philanthropies, serving on the board of several charity organizations, including Agudath Israel of America, a national umbrella organization which represents a myriad of Jewish interests, and the International Committee for the Preservation of Har Hazeitim, to preserve the oldest and largest Jewish Cemetery in the world. Mr. Fishoff also serves as the American Chairman of Yeshivas Mir Yerushalayim, the oldest and largest Talmudical Academy in the world.

Mr. Morgan brings a unique and insightful perspective to leasing. Prior to joining HIG in 2015, he spent more than eleven years at CBRE, the world’s largest commercial real estate services firm, as Vice President of Corporate Services. During his tenure, Michael successfully negotiated new leases, renewals, expansions, contractions and sublease dispositions W well over seven million square feet across the United States and Canada. Mr. Morgan is a graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Affairs and Crisis Management. More recently, Michael completed the New Memphis Institute Fellows Program for Emerging Leaders in 2013. He is an active participant in multiple philanthropic and leadership organizations around the Greater Memphis area.

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LEADERSHIP

Rick Trimpe

Jeff Caimi

Vice President, Leasing - Midwest Region

Vice President, Regional Property Manager

Mr. Trimpe oversees the leasing of Hertz Investment Group’s assets in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Worcester, Massachusetts. He is responsible for establishing and implementing the leasing strategy for the nearly six million square feet of office space in this portfolio.

Based in Cleveland and working downtown out of Fifth Third Center, Mr. Caimi oversees the operations and administration of the portfolio’s Midwest and Northeast assets.

Mr. Trimpe’s real estate career started in Indianapolis in 1999, and has been focused primarily on landlord representation for institutional-grade office owners. Prior to his real estate career, Mr. Trimpe spent eighteen years as an independent insurance agent, where he focused on providing risk management services to commercial real estate owners and developers. His extensive real estate career includes serving as vice president of the Office Group at Duke Realty where he was responsible for the leasing of their five million-square-foot Indianapolis office portfolio. Since 2006, Mr. Trimpe has been with CBRE in the Brokerage Services Group. During that time, he has negotiated nearly five million-square-feet of leases over $500 million in total lease value. Mr. Trimpe earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He is a licensed Indiana real estate broker.

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Graduating from Harvard College in 1994, Mr. Caimi subsequently served for four years as an officer in the Marine Corps. In 2000, he received an MBA from Columbia Business School, and remained in New York City working in real estate asset management for the next fifteen years. When family obligations brought him back to Cleveland, he worked as an Account Director for Avison Young, remotely managing 41 corporate locations for Unisys, a publicly traded IT company. Having achieved the rank of Captain in the Marine Corps, Mr. Caimi has leadership qualities that have proven helpful in the real estate industry. At Tishman Speyer, he rose from Assistant Property Manager of the Chrysler Building to Property Manager of the Lipstick Building to Director of Facilities, Operations and Engineering at NBC Universal at Rockefeller Center. He also served as the Director of Property Management in India during 2008. Outside of work, Jeff is active with non-profit organizations, and serves on the Advisory Board of the Salvation Army. In 2011, he was awarded the John M. Griffin Community Service Award by the Real Estate Board of New York in recognition of his charitable and civic contributions to the community.


LEADERSHIP

Connie Kjellin

Mike Otillio

Vice President, Regional Property Manager

Vice President, Regional Property Manager

With Hertz Investment Group since 2012, Mrs. Kjellin oversees the day-to-day operations for 33 office properties totaling approximately 7.4 million square feet in the eight-state Southeast portfolio.

Mr. Otillio is responsible for asset management of HIG’s New Orleans region, which includes over 3.6 million square feet of office space. He also serves as General Manager of the city’s largest skyscraper and home to Shell Oil Company: One Shell Square.

Prior to joining HIG, Mrs. Kjellin worked for Parkway Properties and Highwoods Properties, both publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trusts. Mrs. Kjellin is a graduate of Delta State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. She is a Certified Property Manager and Certified Commercial Investment Member, and also holds a Tennessee Real Estate License.

Mr. Otillio holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of New Orleans and is a Certified Property Manager (CPM) with over 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate field. In 2008, Mr. Otillio was selected as a guest speaker at the BOMA Region Conference, and has developed Emergency Preparedness policies and procedures for three property management organizations. Professional speaking engagements have included property management topics such as emergency preparedness, operating expense recoveries, and financial forecasting/budgeting during his career. In 2005, following Hurricane Katrina, he was responsible for oversight of the $40 million repair and renovation project for One Shell Square. Mr. Otillio is the founder and Chairman of the New Orleans Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy (FSMA) Bowl-A-Thon fundraising event, and for several years served as Director of Charitable Events for the Krewe of Thoth.

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LEADERSHIP

Robert Schloegel

Larry Isrow

Vice President, Engineering and Capital Projects

Vice President, Parking Asset Manager

Mr. Schloegel joined Hertz Investment Group in 2002 as a Chief Engineer of Poydras Center in New Orleans. As the Hertz Investment Group acquired additional properties in New Orleans and surrounding areas, his role expanded regionally. In 2014, Mr. Schloegel was promoted to his current position.

Mr. Isrow oversees HIG’s parking portfolio, working closely with on-site property leadership and third-party parking operators to ensure each parking operation performs at an optimal level with respect to efficiency and profitability.

With over thirty years of experience in commercial properties, Mr. Schloegel has proven expertise in building operations, construction management, budgeting, project management, emergency response, preventative maintenance, tenant relations and energy efficiency. Combined with his strong knowledge of electrical, mechanical and roofing systems, Mr. Schloegel is a valued member of the due diligence team. Prior to joining Hertz Investment Group, Mr. Schloegel worked for Transwestern Commercial Services and MetLife, and currently holds a first-class engineering operating license for the City of New Orleans.

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With over 25 years of parking experience in the areas of leadership, operations and financial management, Mr. Isrow has vast operational experience with office buildings, mixed-use developments, airports, universities, hotels, sports venues and hospitals. Most recently, he was responsible for all parking and transportation management for a top university in Southern California. Prior to this, he was a senior executive responsible for several notable locations such as the three major New York airports (JFK, LaGuardia, Newark), STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, and The Offices of South Coast Plaza, in Orange County, CA. Mr. Isrow earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Riverside.


Geographic Index of Properties Alabama

Indiana (cont.) Wells Fargo Tower...............12-13

PNC Center.............................42-43

Birmingham

20th Place South...................... 66 Birmingham

Indianapolis

Louisiana Capital One Tower...............46-47

10 Inverness Center ................ 62

Lake Charles

22 Inverness Center ................ 62

One Shell Square.....................4-5

Birmingham

Birmingham

31 Inverness Center................ 63

Birmingham

104 Inverness Center.............. 63

Birmingham

New Orleans

One Shell Square Annex.......... 4

New Orleans

Energy Centre.......................14-15

New Orleans

Poydras Center.....................26-27

New Orleans

Florida Bank of America Tower.........2-3 Jacksonville

First Bank and Trust Tower............................18-19

New Orleans

400 Poydras Street.............16-17

Indiana

New Orleans

Capital Center.......................40-41

Indianapolis

Regions Tower......................20-21

Shreveport

Salesforce Tower & Circle Bldg..............................6-7

Indianapolis

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Geographic Index of Properties (cont.) Massachusetts

Mississippi (cont.)

Chestnut Place.......................... 60

Regions Plaza............................ 57

Worcester

Jackson

UBS Building.............................. 69

Jackson

Michigan Bridgewater Place..............48-49

City Centre.................................. 56

Grand Rapids

Mississippi

Jackson

Missouri River Oaks Place....................... 69

100 North Broadway............... 52

111 East Capitol Street.......... 68

10 South Broadway................. 53

Flowood

Jackson

St. Louis

St. Louis

South Pointe.............................. 61

Clinton

The Pinnacle at Jackson Place........................ 54

Jackson

Parking and Shops at Jackson Place........................ 67

Jackson

One Jackson Place.................... 55 Jackson

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North Carolina 300 North Greene Street... 36-37 Greensboro


Geographic Index of Properties (cont.) Ohio

South Carolina Center at 600 Vine..............24-25

Meridian.................................28-29

Cincinnati

Columbia

Fifth Third Center................22-23

Cleveland

Skylight Office Tower.............. 51

Tennessee Riverview Tower..................38-39

Cleveland

Knoxville

North Point Office Complex............................. 44-45

Falls Building............................. 59

Memphis

Capitol Square........................... 50

Forum I ........................................ 64

Cleveland

Columbus

Memphis

Forum II & III.............................. 65

Pennsylvania One Gateway Ctr..................30-31

Pittsburgh

Memphis

Toyota Center............................ 58 Memphis

Two Gateway Ctr...................... 32

Pittsburgh

Three Gateway Ctr................... 33 Pittsburgh

Four Gateway Ctr.................34-35

Pittsburgh

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Geographic Index of Properties (cont.) Virginia

Wisconsin Boulders Center........................ 70

Richmond

Winchester Building............... 70

Richmond

Riverfront Plaza......................8-9

Richmond

Moorefield I................................ 71 Richmond

Moorefield II.............................. 71

Richmond

Moorefield III............................. 71

Richmond

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100 East Wisconsin.............10-11

Milwaukee


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