And I think you’re going to find that you bet we can. I am proud to say Santana Row is truly, truly, truly the center of San Jose; it’s the center of Silicon Valley in so many ways and the more time you spend here, the more people you talk to, (inaudible) somebody came up to him and said, independently and basically, said that something along those lines.
So we are proud of what we have, but it’s not just Santana; we’re going to go through some of the other province. I just want to a couple of quick big things on Federal, most of you know, nothing to take long access; we had our conference call, we had our earnings release and all that, but just to put it in perspective, we have to – is that thing enough, is that great, okay. Sorry folks, we are handing out these handouts, we got to hand it out and get them issued here; we’ll handle and take them.
It’s simple, that’s nothing more than a summary of the first quarter; you know that we did $1.04, and you know that our same center growth was nearly 6% you know that our cash basis leasing spread were plus 17% from straight line over 20%. We increased our guidance as somebody said and he does it every quarter. He does not increase guidance every quarter. We have some pretty good momentum going in and felt comfortable doing that. And look, Fitch moving is up to an A minus, a positive outlook from Moody’s and S&P. We are hitting on all cylinders right now. We are also going into the video business and we won’t announce that today, because we - I am good at it.
I do want to make a point and that is that this company, only company on the retail side whose property level same store growth from 2007-2008 through the recession up till today. If you can find another one, I would love it. I went on Mad Money and I said on Mad Money that you know Federal is the only company whose same store NOI growth increased in ’09 over ’08, ’10 over ’09, ’11 over ’10, and we expect to do that’12 over ’11.