|Fitchburg, MA |
Directed reuse planning and donation of a 300,000 sq. ft. former GE turbine facility. Achieved funding for revitalization efforts. Now being marketed as Putnam Place Business & Industrial Center.
E. Providence, RI
Defined "reuse vision" for almost a dozen waterfront properties, including former refinery and industrial sites. Implementation underway for the creation of Bold Point Harbor, a 110-acre waterfront community featuring office, R&D, retail, recreational & residential components.
Created and implementing reuse plan and divestment strategy for a 64-acre former tank farm site, overlooking Newark Bay. Negotiations now underway for the $100 million waterfront center including retail, residential, office and recreational uses.
Defining redevelopment potential of 100 acres of impaired land.
Defined reuse opportunity and divestment strategy for a 350,000-sq. ft. research center on 86 acres located on the San Francisco Bay. Assisting the client to coordinate leasing of the existing buildings, bringing about environmental closure, and a phased sale of the property.
Targeted specialized reuse of a 68-acre chemical manufacturing facility and existing equipment for creation of a fish farm. Assisted client to structure and close a transaction with a user.
Conducting a portfolio review of 60 utility properties acquired through an acquisition. Providing decision-making tools to target and prioritize sites for optimum reuse and divestment.
Assisting PRP in redevelopment planning of a 25-acre Superfund site, including lowering remediation costs and addressing community issues.
|Erie, PA |
Created and implemented an adaptive-reuse program for a surplus 11-acre coal-fired generating station, as a mixed-use waterfront center. Bayfront Landing now attracts about 4,000 visitors per day, bringing new life to the downtown area.
Identified real estate opportunity associated with an environmentally-impaired utility site. Structured a transaction with a developer for creation of a $100 million, mixed-use waterfront center.
Identified reuse potential for a former 11-acre coal gasification plant, while also controlling remediation costs and risks. As a result, Gaslight Pointe was created including a hotel, residential center and waterfront promenade.
Created program to transform a closed, former military base into an intermodal industrial park considered one of the most successful business parks in the Midwest. 7,000 jobs have been generated.
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