The school promised by developer Bruce Ratner as part of his Spring Street tower in Lower Manhattan will open a year later than its projected 2009 date. That’s despite the $680 million in financing that Ratner just secured for the Beekman Tower, as The Real Deal reported. The Beekman Street School, which will sit at the base of 76-story Frank Gehry-designed tower, will have 630 pre-K through grade 8 students. Designs for the school will be unveiled in four to six weeks.
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