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redevelop

To rebuild after substantial demolition of the old structure.

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A Brownfields site is a property that contains a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant, which hinders the potential to reuse or redevelop the site.
As growers redevelop vineyards to better deal with the challenges posed by disease, they are also quite mindful of designing vineyards to take full advantage of the latest technology that will help them confront their other major challenge: finding adequate labor.
City of Eugene seeks proposals to purchase and redevelop 942 Olive St.
Three years ago Spurs revealed a plan, called the northumberland Development Project (nDP), to redevelop their ground into a 60,000 seater stadium.
Tottenham have cleared what could be the final hurdle in their bid to redevelop White Hart Lane after the London Mayor gave their plans the green light.
Coun Elsbury said: "The developer has been encouraged to draw up proposals to redevelop this sitewhich the council can consider and I'm pleased that this has now been done.
The project forms part of a masterplan by OMA to redevelop the industrial wastelands and former mines around Essen, in the heart of the Ruhr.
The British Racing Drivers' Club have suffered a delay to redevelop Silverstone.
The EPA is offering incentives for developers willing to redevelop contaminated property in a "sustainable" manner (70 FR 20901).
The plan would determine the condition and needs of the neighborhood in order to improve its look; redevelop ``specific challenged housing''; improve the stability of existing neighborhoods; provide subdivision and site planning design guidance for development; and ensure adequate infrastructure.
Imperial Oil spokesperson Kim Fox says there are no plans by Imperial to either sell or redevelop their lands.
The case illustrates dramatically how the effort to redevelop America's cities has transformed eminent domain--the government's power to seize private property--from a narrowly construed last resort into a widely, almost routinely used development tool.