New York City Developers Are Wary Over Fate Of 421-a Tax Break

 

The future of a tax break that has saved New York City developers billions of dollars has emerged as the thorniest issue in the state capital, twisting political alliances, alarming the city’s real-estate interests and serving as another wedge between the state’s two top Democrats.

The tax program, known as 421-a, has previously drawn the scrutiny of an ethics panel because it gives lucrative benefits to developers, who also are among the state’s more generous political contributors.

 

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