Orion’s Diversified Portfolio is Supported by Significant Investment Grade Tenant Exposure

The Orion portfolio consists of 91 wholly-owned properties and 6 unconsolidated Joint Venture properties diversified by tenant, geography and industry. None of Orion’s tenants represent more than 12.4% of the portfolio by ABR. The diversity of Orion’s portfolio and the high credit quality nature of the tenancy are expected to provide the company with a strong, stable source of recurring cash flow from which to grow the business.

The portfolio is cycle-tested and its rent collection rate during the pandemic demonstrates the creditworthiness of the tenant base and our ability to continue to occupy these key office locations. The portfolio has 67.3% investment grade tenancy by ABR as of June 30, 2022.

A Distinct Investment Thesis

Orion is the only REIT in the net lease sector with a dedicated strategy focused on the intersection of suburban office and net lease. single-tenant suburban office strategy, Orion is uniquely positioned in today’s market.

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Top 10 Tenants

As of June 30, 2022, the top ten tenants as measured by Annualized Contractual Base Rent are as follows:

Tenant Credit Rating1 Percentage of ABR (as of 06.30.22)
Government Services Administration AA+ 12.4%
Merrill Lynch A- 7.1%
Highmark Western New York NR 4.9%
RSA Security BBB 4.3%
Cigna A- 3.9%
Walgreens BBB 3.7%
Coterra BBB 3.3%
T-Mobile BB+ 3.2%
Teva Pharmaceuticals BB- 3.2%
Novartis AA- 3.0%

(1) S&P credit ratings (or equivalent if Moody’s credit rating); parent company credit ratings shown where applicable.

Industry Diversification

Orion’s tenants operate in a wide range of industries, including financial services, health care, government services and telecommunications.

As of June 30, 2022, the top ten tenant industries as measured by Annualized Contractual Base Rent are as follows:

Geographic Diversification

The Orion portfolio consists of 91 wholly-owned properties and 6 unconsolidated Joint Venture properties, aggregating 10.5 million total leasable square feet with concentrations in strong suburban office markets.

Top 10 States

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