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Jay-Z's New Jersey Nets will be soon be calling the rapper's hometown of Brooklyn, NY their new home, all thanks in part to the approval of a $4 billion development project which will include the building of an arena for the NBA franchise.
As SOHH previously reported, Jay (born Sean Carter) joined forces with real estate developer Bruce Ratner and several other partners to purchase the Nets franchise in 2004 for $300 million.
According to New York's Daily News, the state's Public Authorities Control Board yesterday (December 21) voted unanimously to authorize the Atlantic Yards development, a sprawling reuse of an area near the downtown Brooklyn rail yard that would include a new home for the Nets, office towers and thousands of apartments.
If the project proceeds as planned, the Nets would play their first season in Brooklyn in 2009-10.
"I look forward to seeing [developer] Bruce Ratner and [architect] Frank Gehry's grand vision turned into reality and to eating a hot dog as I watch the Brooklyn Nets play in Brooklyn's new arena in the 2009-2010 season," Governor Pataki told the Daily News.
The Nets move to Brooklyn would make them the first major professional sports team to play their games in Brooklyn since the departure of the Dodgers to Los Angeles in 1958.
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