Deutsche Bank and JPMorgan Chase are readying $300 million of commercial mortgage bonds backed by a single asset – a San Francisco shopping mall.

The collateral for the deal, dubbed DBJPM 2016-SFC, is a $306.9 million portion of a $558 million first-lien mortgage on Westfield San Francisco, a nine-story, 1.4 million square foot retail and office property located along Market Street in the Union Square neighborhood. (The remaining portion of the loan is expected to be securitized in a future transaction.)

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