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New York Post endorses 250 Water Street / South Street Seaport Museum proposal

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Gotham sticks-in-the-mud are infamous for killing off projects that could prove godsends to city communities, but officials would be nuts to let a development proposal for the South Street Seaport Historic District — set for a hearing Tuesday — die on the vine.

The plan for 250 Water Street calls for two towers of affordable housing and condo units and $50 million to fund the reopening of the South Street Seaport Museum. That means more housing for residents and more opportunities for tourists to enjoy this cultural treasure, along with the historic ships docked nearby.

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