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HOLLYWOOD-DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners of New York City has acquired BLVD 6200, a project formerly planned by the Clarett Group, also of New York City, which calls for more than one million square feet of apartments and 160,000 square feet of retail space on Hollywood Boulevard. The project is located one block east of the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street, adjacent to the Pantages Theater, on a 7.3-acre site controlled by the Nederlander family. DLJ RECP acquired the project directly from the seller in an off-market transaction, terms of which were undisclosed.

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