New Goldman Sachs headquarters turns out to be a bargain

12/23/2009 | Bloomberg

Goldman Sachs Group cashed in on government incentives to relocate near the World Trade Center site. The investment bank's 43-story, steel-and-glass skyscraper cost $200 million less than the $2.3 billion estimated construction price. Goldman raised money for the project by selling "Liberty Bonds" and earned $49 million of job-grant funds, tax exemptions and energy discounts.

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