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NEW YORK CITY—Before 2015 drew to a close, CWCapital Asset Management completed its $5.3-billion sale of Peter Cooper Village/Stuyvesant Town to a partnership of the Blackstone Group LP and Ivanhoé Cambridge; Exeter Property Group traded a $3.2-bilion industrial portfolio to Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and PSP; and Maefield Development acquired the Doubletree Guest Suites Times Square in a $540-million purchase from Sunstone Hotel Investors. A key player in all three December transactions was Jonathan Mechanic, chairman of the real estate department at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobs, whose firm provided legal counsel to the sellers in the Exeter and Stuy-Town deals and to the buyer in the Doubletree sale.

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