Firefighters are warning that lives could be at risk in New York’s $25 billion mega-development

New York City firefighters are worried that they don’t have enough capacity to serve Hudson Yards, a $25 billion, 18 million-square-foot mega-development that opens on Friday. By the time the development is completed in 2024, it could have more than 125,000 daily residents, visitors, and office workers. Unless the city builds a new fire station in the neighborhood, these lives could be at stake, the president of New York’s firefighters union told Business Insider. 

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