Nevada Business Owner Offers Alternative To The $1.7 Million Toilet In San Francisco

A Nevada businessman offered to give a building for a public toilet in San Francisco rather than having the city build one for $1.7 million.

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A businessman from Nevada has offered to give a building to be used as a public restroom in San Francisco after word spread online that a single restroom will cost up to $1.7 million to construct and won’t be finished until 2025. Public Restroom Company president Chad Kaufman announced that his company will give a prefabricated structure with a sink, locking door, and toilet. Normally, the building is sold for $135,000.

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