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redevelop

To rebuild after substantial demolition of the old structure.

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The redeveloper is working toward a goal of 677 residential units, 650,000 square-feet of commercial space, and 100,000 square-feet of office space.
At the local and regulatory level, monetary rewards are doled out to brownfield redevelopers in general, but brightfields attract even more dollars--tax incentives and DOE grants--as a source of sustainable energy.
Tulfra was subsequently named redeveloper of the site by the City of Belleville under the state's redevelopment laws, and is teaming with Hampshire Companies in the effort.
The property is owned and managed by Schottenstein Property Group, a vertically integrated owner, operator, acquirer and redeveloper of shopping centres.
The state government has removed the requirement to provide a 50 percent match because a private redeveloper of the Hartman building on Whitney and Water streets will serve as the match.
Madison Equities is leading a partnership with Building & Land Technology and Thor to redeveloper 212 Fifth Avenue as a 48-residence condominium property on Madison Square Park.
AvalonBay Communities Inc (NYSE:AVB), a developer, redeveloper, acquirer, owner and operator of multifamily communities, disclosed on Thursday that 22 May 2013 is the date that its 2013 annual stockholders' meeting will be held at 09:00 Eastern Time.
Unless money comes from a private redeveloper, any money to save the building would have to come from another appropriation by the Legislature or elsewhere, Mr.
Kemper's withdrawal leaves city officials in discussions with one potential downtown redeveloper, Beam Development of Portland.
Campbell will be the master redeveloper of the area and will work with state and local officials to attract developers and other businesses to Camden.
We've become one of the most, if not the most active redeveloper and leasing group of space in this particular market," said Michael Kazmierski, vice president of Kaufman New Ventures.