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redevelop

To rebuild after substantial demolition of the old structure.

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Covered risks: Brownfields redevelopers, commercial property developers/managers, environmental engineers/testing labs, financial institutions, general manufacturers/distributors, hazardous waste/ materials transporters, landfills, mold remediation contractors, municipalities, non-environmental contractors, other remediation/abatement contractors, commercial property developers/managers, tank farms, chemical plants, clean-up cost cap, military-base realignment, reits, global risks, lead and asbestos, mining and reclamation, closure/post closure, agriculture, aquaculture, nuclear related risks, water district municipalities, hospitals.
Post-storm, the RPC is joined by the statewide Louisiana Brownfields Association, which together now work on outreach and on partnering interested redevelopers with available properties.
Mike Lozeau, until recently the executive director of San Francisco Bay Keeper, said, "We also work with developers and redevelopers as they are planning large projects such as the Giants stadium and the surrounding parking lots.
Unlike Superfund sites, these properties sat neglected until communities and redevelopers came together to offer practical solutions.
But do you remember the old station before the redevelopers moved in during the 1960s and buried it under a shopping centre?
The study never responds to the implicit logic of the redevelopers who assumed that construction of thousands of new apartments would raise the quality of the city's housing stock sufficiently to leave even the poor better off when the human shell game stopped.
The designation paves the way for Somerset to enter into an official Redevelopers Agreement with the Township pursuant to a 2012 resolution designating the property in need of redevelopment.
Other pollution risks accepted: Non-environmental contractors, mold remediation contractors, other remediation/abatement contractors, crime trauma scene decontamination contractors, environmental engineers/testing labs, financial institutions, hazardous waste/materials transporters, landfills, general manufacturers/distributors, municipalities, "brownfields" redevelopers, commercial property developers/managers, truckers, storage tank owners.
For one thing, you would not have expected a narrow alleyway like this to have escaped the redevelopers. From the late 18th century onwards Birmingham's town planners set about eradicating the passages, shuts and alleys from the map, seeing as the unsavoury, threatening and useless for commerce.
Dramatic changes were expected two years ago, when Eugene's Valley River Center was purchased for $187.5 million by one of the country's largest owners - and redevelopers - of shopping malls.
Because of its small size and suburban location (very attractive to redevelopers), this property could easily have gone with the wind to join that last great picture show in the sky.
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.