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The brownfield and redevelopment marketplace for challenged real estate.
The brownfield and redevelopment marketplace for challenged real estate.

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It calls for a total of 305,000 square feet of retail in 15 buildings, including a 165,000-square-foot Lowe's Home Improvement store, and 1,248 surface parking spaces. http://bit.ly/2aux2Yz

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The proposed redevelopment concept would rehabilitate the historic Carew Street Baptist Church building’s 11,680 square feet, in a historically sensitive manner, into modern, energy-efficient office space. The surrounding parcels, formerly a brownfields site, would be redeveloped into parking and landscaping. http://bit.ly/2aIwsmV

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Discussions with Gafcon will move forward, while the other five proposals under consideration were not yet eliminated. http://www.globest.com/sites/carrierossenfeld/2016/08/02/has-the-port-chosen-an-rfp-winner/?slreturn=20160703102348

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The land at 100 Light St. is zoned for business and is located adjacent to the tourist hotspots of Harborplace and the Gallery. http://bit.ly/2aIvxCD

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Old industrial sites may be more expensive and difficult to redevelop, but economic success is possible if would-be buyers do their homework and negotiate accordingly http://bit.ly/2auv0HC

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The rules, which represent a second attempt to define “underutilized” and other terms in 2015 amendments to the state brownfields program law after an earlier proposal was criticized as too narrow, will likely face a legal challenge that could take three or four years to run its course http://www.bna.com/litigation-predicted-new-n73014445736/

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The 18-acre Pillsbury site at 1525 E. Phillips St. has remained vacant since the last owner, Cargill Corp., shut down the plant in 2001. http://www.sj-r.com/news/20160802/brownfield-assistance-could-be-key-to-former-pillsbury-plants-future

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GMEDC was able to remediate the contaminated property and transfer it to Farm-Way with a Certificate of Completion from Vermont’s Brownfields Program that protected Farm-Way and its successors and assigns from liability for the historical contamination at the site and allowed Farm-Way to proceed with the redevelopment of the property. https://vtdigger.org/2016/07/29/farm-way-inc-expands-operations-to-former-twin-state-fertilizer-property/
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