NYC’S No-Longer-Ailing Developers Seek to Retain 1971 Tax BreakHenry Goldman and Freeman Klopott
An obscure state law enacted 44 years ago giving tax breaks to a struggling New York City real estate industry will expire in June, and a battle is brewing over whether it should live or die.
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