Palm Springs Mile shopping center (Hialeah, Fla.) in 1990 was collateral to a first and third mortgage, held by First Union (circa 1990-1992). My job (beginning 2Q90) was to move the third mortgage ahead of the second mortgage, in order to obviate the second mortgage holder from “foreclosing out” the third mortgage. The loan amount (aggregate) was $66 million which at the time was the largest real estate exposure within First Union (FUNB). The savings and loan crisis hit 1Q90, and FUNB was taking some big real estate loan losses. This particular loan exposure, in the end, was paid in full.