Many borrowers think money, is money, a loan is a loan and quite frankly, that is correct most of the time.
The project, dubbed SouthLawn, will add more than 600 residences, more than 15,000 square feet of retail space and a town green near the historic downtown.
The de Blasio administration reports that the city financed 32,116 affordable homes in 2017, which broke the all-time record set by the administration of Mayor Ed Koch in 1989 at 25,243 units.
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