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The city is planning to revive about $17 billion in municipal construction projects after the city stopped contracting projects at the start of the pandemic. Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Monday that work can begin on public projects, according to Commercial Observer. City-contracted projects — for things like schools, housing projects and parks — have been largely stalled due to coronavirus restrictions. The construction revamp will be led by Lorraine Grillo, the city’s recently The post NYC to revive $17B in public construction projects appeared first on The Real Deal New York.

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