Thursday, April 5, 2012

$9 Million to Fix P.S. 29, After $5 Million Repair a Decade Ago

After a years-long renovation project that cost about $5 million (completed a decade ago), P.S. 29 in Cobble Hill is again being repaired, this time to the tune of $9 million.

According to the Brooklyn Eagle, the work includes exterior masonry, roof and parapet replacement, flood elimination, and may also require asbestos abatement.

$9 million seems a bit much, considering the extent of the previous job.

Two Trees Management plans to spend about $9 million building a middle school in DUMBO.

Photo by MK Metz

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Anonymous said...

A middle school in DUMBO for the white elite.

Anything to sell and rent to a certain class of people.

It is only in the plans so they can get the building that most people do not want built.

Anonymous said...

Mayor goes where the money is.