The standard for bank financial reporting is the Uniform Bank Performance Report (UBPR). The link below will send you to the search site to pull one up for this bank.
With that in mind, the data here lags, and this bank made major adjustments to its reserves and took some significant write downs, so the numbers as of today will be worse than the most recent data on this site.
Within the UBPR look for the ratios page. Typically, a bank ladden with commercial real estate exposure should have tier 1 capital between 10% and 14% to account for that form of risk.
So even if the bank has say 10% tier1, which is above minimal levels. It may not be enough if the bank has a high risk profile plus deteriorating credit risk.