As the Hudson Yard Infrastructure Corp. today makes its first $48.75 million interest payment of the fiscal year, it does so having generated revenues over the past three years that far exceed the most optimistic projections.

The increased revenue has been the result of higher than expected collections of district improvement fund bonus payments, or DIBs. Developers make the payments in order to be able to build to a greater floor area ratio than permitted under zoning regulations within the Hudson Yards Financing district.

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