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Blackstone Group and Ivanhoé Cambridge, which teamed up two years ago to buy Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village for $5.3 billion, will spen爱上海同城论坛

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plex, according to the Wall Street Journal. The panels will supply enough power for roughly 1,000 apartments each year.

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ects so far, although the solar power effort is unlikely to give the company a strong return on investment given the cost of installing panels on buildings and the amount of power they produce.

Mayor Bill de Blasio—who was just reelected on Tuesday—set a goal for the city earlier this year to install 1 gigawatt of solar capacity by 2030, which would enable it to power 250,000 homes.

Blackstone president Tony James recently said in his company’s quarterly earnings media call that he still sees plenty of opportunities in U.S. real estate.  [WSJ] – Eddie Small

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