Yonkers, N.Y., Might Use TIF Debt To Finance Redevelopment Plans

Whalen, Robert
April 2006
Bond Buyer;4/6/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32355, p3
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The article reports on the plan of Yonkers, New York City Council to consider tax increment financing as an approach to help fund its 1.3 billion dollars redevelopment plans for 450 acres. The multi-phase plan include waterfront projects, a commercial and residential downtown hub, and a 6,500-seat minor league baseball stadium. The Council gave its signal for the project and approved a master developer agreement with a consortium of builders.


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