Goldman Sachs' priced its GSMS 2013-GC13 CMBS offering, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
All tranches priced five basis points inside of guidance, with the exception of the final tranche, which priced in line with guidance.
The $66.86 million class A-1 notes priced at swaps plus 55 basis points to yield 1.196%.
The $72.74 million class A-2 notes priced at swaps plus 75 basis points to yield 2.139%.
The $380.25 million class A-5 noted priced at swaps plus 115 basis points to yield 3.807%.
The $89.21 million A-AB class priced at swaps plus 110 basis points to yield 3.261.
The deal is backed by 67 fixed-rate commercial mortgages contributed by Goldman Sachs Mortgage Company (64.2%), Citigroup Global Markets Realty Corp. (24.7%), and Starwood Mortgage Funding I (11.1%).
Goldman and Citigroup Global Markets were the co-lead managers and joint bookrunners. Drexel Hamilton and RBS Securities were also co-managers.