Redevelopment


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Redevelopment

The act or process of redeveloping or renovating a blighted area, as in urban renewal programs.

redevelopment

The restoration and improvement of an existing structure or property.
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The Bayonne Local Redevelopment Authority (BLRA) has designated Kaplan Companies as the "conditional developer" to build a $500 million neighborhood on the long-vacant Texaco waterfront site, located in the city's Bergen Point section.
Landscaped open space and a community facility with a minimum of 15,000 s/f of space will be part of the redevelopment. The site will be conveyed to the selected developer for a nominal fee of $1.00.
Questions concerning the RFP or the Central Main Street Redevelopment Plan may be directed to Peter Kelly at pkelly
Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali who was at the same press conference expressed support for the five-yearly review, saying that redevelopment of such low-cost homes will only benefit the residents in the long run.
Kwaku Kwarteng, and Nananom (chiefs) of the Adansi and Bekwai traditional councils for the various roles they played to make the redevelopment of the Obuasi Mine possible.
Additionally in KENTUCKY, the The Catalytic Fund was awarded USD40,000 for Marianne Theatre redevelopment in Bellevue; the Center for Great Neighborhoods was awarded USD30,000 for Homes for Makers in Covington; the Catalytic Fund was awarded USD25,000 for Holzhauser Drug Store rehab in Newport; the Catalytic Fund was awarded USD20,000 for 801 Madison Avenue in Covington; and the Catalytic Fund was awarded USD20,000 for Second Sight Spirits in Ludlow.
"I would like to thank members of the site redevelopment committee for their due diligence in ensuring that the project was successfully delivered and look forward to seeing CYCA Members utilising the upgraded facility," Commodore Piggott said.
Redevelopment plans are scheduled to start later in 2014 with plans being finalised over the coming months, with all funding subject to approval.
Borosko--This case stems from the Borough of Paulsboro's attempt to deem property in need of redevelopment based on its historically vacant and unimproved condition.
Two presenters at a National Demolition Association session updated attendees on the rapid changes taking place in the brownfields redevelopment sector.
He urged demolition contractors to stay in touch with federal, state and local brownfield opportunities and not to be discouraged by what have been some very slow timetables in the early stages of brownfields redevelopment.