College Point hotel causes traffic concerns, Blackstone is the world’s most active private equity firm … and more

1. Raymond Chan-designed hotel in College Point raises traffic questions for residents
[NYDN]

2. Firms led by Lewis Ranieri and Wilbur Ross pick up Deutsche Bank multi-family loan portfolio
[BusinessWeek]

3. Jack Nicholson interested in Yugoslav’s Park Avenue apartment
[NYDN]

4. Bronx apartment landlord discriminates against blacks
[Post]

5. Chinatown BID opponents contemplate legal action
[NYDN]

6. For all the hoopla surrounding the original ‘Ground Zero mosque,’ plans were revised very quietly: critic
[Post]

7. Property tax-revenue declines are punishing cities’ finances across America
[NYT]

8. Swiss cosmetic company La Praire ups space in 680 Fifth
[Post, 4th item]

9. At long last the ‘Finger building’ units hit the market in Williamsburg
[Curbed]

10. Golub Capital moves its 20,000 square feet from 666 Fifth to 551 Madison [Post, 5th item]
11. Blackstone Group named most active private equity firm in the world [Bloomberg]
12. Hollywood agency CAA shuns 200 Fifth, will remain at 162 Fifth
[Post, 2nd item]

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