NEW YORK CITY-Barclays Capital and UBS Investment Bank have filed a free writing prospectus on a CMBS issue that reportedly will go to market in April. Published reports put the CMBS conduit offering at $1.5 billion; it will be the fifth conduit deal thus far in 2012.

Largest of the loans in the package is $120 million in debt backed by the leased fee interest in the Dream Hotel Downtown at 346 W. 17th St. here, according to an SEC filing for UBS 2012-C1. Barclays and UBS did not respond by deadline to’s requests for comment on the pricing or the timing of the offering.

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