$50 million of capital to assist with the redevelopment of the Admirals Row section of the Navy Yard, an unused, six-acre site situated at the southwest corner of the industrial park. The project will transform this section of the Navy Yard into a new commercial and industrial center that is important to both the Navy Yard and those communities adjacent to the industrial park. The project includes the construction of a 74,000 square foot building that will be leased to Wegmans Food Markets Inc. The new supermarket will provide much needed access to quality food and good-paying jobs to the more than 12,000 residents of the Farragut, Ingersoll, and Walt Whitman public housing complexes adjacent to and nearby the Navy Yard. The NYCRC is providing over $300 million of financing to help the redevelopment of New York Citys largest industrial park and further the Navy Yards mission to spur economic development and create new jobs, said Mr. Levinsohn. The redevelopment of the Navy Yard is a key element of the City of New Yorks plan to refurbish its industrial manufacturing sector and create additional jobs. We are pleased to play a role in this effort, added Mr. Olsen. About New York City Regional Center The NYCRC was approved by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services in 2008 to secure foreign investment for real estate and infrastructure projects within Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, and the Bronx. The NYCRC was the first EB-5 regional center approved in New York City and has secured over $1.3 billion of capital for 21 economic development projects throughout the city. In addition to projects in the Navy Yard, the NYCRC has provided capital to assist with the redevelopment of the George Washington Bridge Bus Station and the construction of a wireless infrastructure network in New York Citys subway stations. The NYCRC is providing capital for the redevelopment of a new cargo facility at JFK Airport and the construction of Fresh Directs new headquarters in the South Bronx. NYCRC funding is also being used for the construction of the City Point development in downtown Brooklyn, a new medical office/hotel complex in Washington Heights, and the expansion of the Hutchinson Metro Center in the Bronx. The NYCRC is securing capital to help fund the construction of LinkNYC, the public-private initiative that is bringing the nations largest and fastest public Wi-Fi network to the streets of New York City.
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