WPCNR SOUTH END TIMES. By John F. Bailey. August 4, 2014:
The new site plan of the proposed French American School of New York indicates the school does not have enough financing already in place to build the campus in one continuous sequence.
WPCNR notes the site plan is the first time the school has indicated the project may take 10 years to complete. In Section 10, page 4 of the site plan under the heading “Deferred Phasing of the Elements,” the site plan states:
And Phase II is hoped to be completed by 2025, but the start could be delayed until 2025:
Another issue which has not previously been disclosed is that the school does not have capital sources in place to pay for three of the buildings proposed in Phase II of the project, according to this statement in the site plan, it will need to “replenish its capital funds” and appears to hold the city responsible for hurting its fund-raising efforts: