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redevelop

To rebuild after substantial demolition of the old structure.

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Providing historical context as well as current perspective, Redeveloping Industrial Sites offers clear direction on repurposing derelict and polluted wastelands and warehouses into vital, living extensions of their communities.
The top four programs that were helpful to redeveloping brownfields in the surveyed cities are: EPA Assessment Funding, Private sector Investment, EPA Clean-Up Funds, and State programs such as the Voluntary Clean-Up programs.
By redeveloping these sites, we are supporting Rahway's commitment to economic progress and its Smart Growth initiatives to offer residential and commercial opportunities near its transit facility.
Hotel ownership group Bray & Gillespie has formed Ocean Waters Development (OWD), a new development company that will specialize in renovating and redeveloping resort properties along Florida's Atlantic coastline.
He stressed the important of redeveloping the downtown area and waterfront, including the renovation of the Yonkers train station, two residential projects on the Hudson River and the city's new library.
He began redeveloping the property that year, overseeing a multi-year, $8 million reconstruction program triggered by a partial facade collapse in 1999.
The property was acquired in a joint venture basis with an affiliate of Tucker Development Corporation, one of Chicago's most respected owners of shopping center and mixed-use developments with significant expertise in redeveloping and repositioning older retail properties.
This tenancy is a real testament to the ownership's vision of redeveloping 285 Riverside Avenue into a true Class A asset in one of Westport's most coveted locations," said Mr.
Our goal in redeveloping concessions is to build on that reputation with even broader selections, street pricing and strong Minnesota themes.
At a news conference held November 16 in Syracuse's Little Italy District, CPC and the City unveiled a $50,000 technical assistance grant program to pay for architectural services to assess the feasibility of rehabilitating and redeveloping mixed-use buildings in the 400-700 blocks of North Salina Street.
According to Unico Development Vice President Patrick McCabe, redeveloping the Cobb Building as apartments is "in keeping with the Metropolitan Tract's mission of maximizing long-term revenue through the optimal use of the property in a manner that effectively serves the mutual needs of the University, the State and the local community.