Freddie Mac, Bank of China and New York Community Bank are all in the running to refinance a giant apartment portfolio in Uptown Manhattan and Roosevelt Island, according to a market player with knowledge of the discussions. The portfolio’s owners, Urban American and the City Investment Fund, are seeking a $750 million five-year floating-rate loan to replace a maturing $800 million loan from Fannie Mae.

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