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Plans for the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Take the Field Founder Richard Kahan today announced a plan to transform the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn into a multi-purpose athletic and recreational center.  The Mayor and City Council have each committed $6 million, and the Borough President’s Office has committed $2 million.  Take the Field will also contribute $2 million in privately-raised funds.   

Mayor Bloomberg and Take the Field Founder Richard Kahan today announced a plan to transform the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn into a multi-purpose athletic and recreational center.  The Mayor and City Council have each committed $6 million, and the Borough President’s Office has committed $2 million.  Take the Field will also contribute $2 million in privately-raised funds.
Mayor Bloomberg and Take the Field Founder Richard Kahan today announced a plan to transform the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn into a multi-purpose athletic and recreational center.  The Mayor and City Council have each committed $6 million, and the Borough President’s Office has committed $2 million.  Take the Field will also contribute $2 million in privately-raised funds.
Mayor Bloomberg and Take the Field Founder Richard Kahan today announced a plan to transform the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn into a multi-purpose athletic and recreational center.  The Mayor and City Council have each committed $6 million, and the Borough President’s Office has committed $2 million.  Take the Field will also contribute $2 million in privately-raised funds.
Mayor Bloomberg and Take the Field Founder Richard Kahan today announced a plan to transform the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn into a multi-purpose athletic and recreational center.  The Mayor and City Council have each committed $6 million, and the Borough President’s Office has committed $2 million.  Take the Field will also contribute $2 million in privately-raised funds.

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