June 2, 2016

Wanted: Brooklyn Developers Willing to Include Schools in Residential Projects

The Real Deal

Forget rooftop lap pools and doggy spas: The hottest new amenity in New York City buildings is public school.

At least, that’s the hope of Lorraine Grillo, president of the city’s School Construction Authority. Grillo said the authority has funding for new schools in Brooklyn — roughly 3,000 new seats in Downtown Brooklyn alone — but is having a difficult time finding space to build them.

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