Monday, January 14, 2013

We're All Getting 70 Cents from the Brooklyn Bridge Park/ Con-Ed Sale

BBP's John Street site.  Photo: Google Maps
Con Edison customers will each get a tiny piece of the money Brooklyn Bridge Park will pay the utility for their John Street site at the north end of the park in DUMBO, the New York Times reports.

Con-Ed has asked state utility regulators to approve its plan to sell 3.4 acres between John Street and the East River for $9.2 million.

That amounts to about $1.40 for each of the company’s 3.2 million customers, the Times calculates. Con-Ed says they're going to split this with their customers.

How are you going to spend your 70 cents?

Related:
- Brooklyn Bridge Park issues RFP for John Street site development. Crain'sBrooklyn Eagle  

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1 comment:

Chicken Underwear said...

I will spend my 70 cents by tuning up my bike and riding over to Brooklyn Bridge Park!