Sponsored Video: See How the Brooklyn Navy Yard Is Creating a New Model for Urban Revitalization

When the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation (BNYDC) wanted to further revitalize its 300 acres and continue to create local jobs, it needed additional funding and expert advice.

Goldman Sachs helped BNYDC identify previously untapped sources of funding, invested its own capital, and helped manage the complexity of many different parties working together. The result: the renovation of Building 128, which will house innovative and growing businesses and create jobs for Brooklyn residents. (3:17)

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