- Empire Outlets has received another $20 million in a state grant for improvements to the Staten Island Railway and to protect against storm surge, and comes shortly after a developer for the project donated to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's campaign. Politico first reported the grant, which comes on top of another $47 million the St. George shopping mall previously received, both of which were approved by the Empire State Development -- ESD -- after developer Joseph Ferrara made donations to Cuomo. State money now accounts for about one-fifth of the spending on the $354.5 million project, which is expected to open its doors this fall . A January, 2016, figure put the project's costs at $304.4 million, but increased $50 million because of the infrastructure and storm resiliency costs. Ferrara is one of three principals at BFC Partners, which is building the waterfront outlet mall. State Board of Elections records show that Ferrara donated $3,500 to Cuomo on Jan. 4.
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