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    NJSWEP/BCONE Co-Hosted Spring Networking Event

    New York, Apr 20, 2017, Gigino at Wagner Park -20 Battery Pl
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    Annual NJDEP Regulatory Update

    Trenton, Apr 25, 2017, NJDEP Public Hearing Room at 401 East State St in Trenton NJ
    Hear from the management team at NJDEP about…
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    Big Apple Brownfield Awards

    New York, Apr 26, 2017, New York Law School, 185 W. Broadway
    Celebrate the best projects in New York…
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    Urban land institute 2017 Spring Meeting

    Seattle, May 2, 2017, Washington State Convention Center
    The ULI Spring Meeting is an exclusive,…
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    2017 RE3 Conference

    Philadelphia, Nov 1, 2017, Marriot Downtown
    The must-attend event of 2017 focused on…
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    2017 National Brownfields Conference

    Pittsburgh, Dec 5, 2017, David L. Lawrence Convention Center
    Please join us for the premier brownfields…

Latest News

  • Corporate Redevelopment Plan In Work in Kalamazoo, Mich. Region

    Following an announcement by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) in late February that earmarked millions for a Kalamazoo Brownfield Redevelopment Authority project, a state senator heaped praise on the investment in her district.

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  • Earth Services & Abatement Saves Abandoned Sugar Factory Owners $4 Million

    Open-air demolition process reduces price tag by over 50%, leaving asbestos in place for mill demolition

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  • Heavy Metal and Hard Rock: Are They Causing Headaches?

    In a preview of the next online issue of Renewal & Redevelopment, Peter Hayes, business development executive from waste management specialist CDEnviro, will explain more about the emerging solutions to these problem materials.

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  • Huntington, West Va. Establishes Vision for Three ‘Post-Industrial’ Properties

    Plans for how the city of Huntington can transform three post-industrial brownfield properties into usable and productive space were unveiled to the public in late February.

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  • Mich. Construction Contractor To Build on ‘World Class Work Space’

    RACER Trust has completed the sale and transfer of 3.66 acres off University Drive in downtown Pontiac to George W. Auch Co., a 109-year-old general contractor/construction management firm that will build its new corporate headquarters on the site.

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  • Mich. State Funds Target Multiple Brownfield Sites

    Under a state of Michigan legislative proposal, five brownfield transformation projects would be eligible for tax benefits for decontaminating and preparing new structures on polluted land.

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  • New State Legislation Helps Plug ‘Financial Gaps’

    Investors engaged in brownfield redevelopment projects in Michigan could share in $1 billion in sales and income tax rebates over 20 years under a package of real estate development bills that passed the Senate in late February.

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  • West Va. ‘Ready, Set, Redevelop’ Slated For September

    The 2017 WVBrownfields Conference, hosted by the West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Centers, will take place at the Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown Sept. 12-14.

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  • Beyond supply and demand: Macro-economics and industrial in 2017

    The industrial real estate market is increasingly complex and difficult to predict yet the sector continues to perform extremely well when you look at vacancy rates, new-construction pipelines, institutional capital investment and absorption across ... Cont.




Land Use

  • Corporate Redevelopment Plan In Work in Kalamazoo, Mich. Region

    Following an announcement by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) in late February that earmarked millions for a Kalamazoo Brownfield Redevelopment Authority project, a state senator heaped praise on the investment in her district.

    Cont.

  • Mich. Construction Contractor To Build on ‘World Class Work Space’

    RACER Trust has completed the sale and transfer of 3.66 acres off University Drive in downtown Pontiac to George W. Auch Co., a 109-year-old general contractor/construction management firm that will build its new corporate headquarters on the site.

    Cont.

  • Heavy Metal and Hard Rock: Are They Causing Headaches?

    In a preview of the next online issue of Renewal & Redevelopment, Peter Hayes, business development executive from waste management specialist CDEnviro, will explain more about the emerging solutions to these problem materials.

    Cont.

  • Building Healthy Corridors: Transforming Urban and Suburban Arterials into Thriving Places

    The challenging but rewarding process of transforming drab, lifeless, auto-dependent commercial corridors into vibrant, walkable, healthy hubs is explored in Building Healthy Corridors: Transforming Urban and Suburban Arterials into Thriving Places, a new publication from the Urban Land Institute (ULI).

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  • Perspective: One Smart-Growth Participant’s View On Urban vs. Rural Development Decisions

    Rural redevelopments have a position and a purpose—but only after painstaking due diligence gives it the green light to proceed through data, consensus building and all hands on deck agreement.

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  • Changes made to Highland Avenue land use study

    MURFREESBORO - Highland Avenue should be home to more residential options with mixed-use nodes, land-use consultants with the city of Murfreesboro said after studying the future of the city's former medical corridor. Cont.

  • Reform land use, promote shared growth of new housing

    When certain government policies - like minimum lot sizes, off-street parking requirements, height limits, prohibitions on multifamily housing, or unnecessarily lengthy permitting processes - restrict the supply of housing, fewer units are available ... Cont.

  • Affordable housing, land use, "big" issues facing Cromwell

    Rather than promoting urban sprawl, perhaps we can do this a bit more efficiently in a way that is better for the whole common community. Cont.

  • LOOKING AHEAD: Final draft of land use plan presented

    Another survey concluded that 67 percent favor using incentives to promote infill development of vacant lots and buildings. Cont.



  • PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND IN MUNCIE, IN

    A high-visibility, 66-acre property with industrial zoning, a rail spur and convenient highway access. Local infrastructure supports high-capacity reuse, including municipal water and sewer service. All buildings on the property were demolished by 2009. The community is supportive of a variety of reuses, including general manufacturing.

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  • PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND IN FLINT, MI

    Nearly 400 acres in the heart of Flint, MI, with access to Interstate 475 (a connector route for I-75 and I-69). Property features electric, natural gas, water, sewer and rail access, and is eligible for a variety of targeted investment incentives. History of manufacturing on the property dates to 1903; community is eager to welcome new development.

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  • PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND IN MASSENA, NY

    Located on the banks of the St. Lawrence Seaway, this vacant 217-acre property offers immediate access to an international border crossing, two rail sidings and abundant low-cost hydropower. It is easily accessible to major population centers of the Northeast United States and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. Suitable for commercial or industrial redevelopment.

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  • PRIME INDUSTRIAL LAND IN ELYRIA, OH

    A 95-acre former landfill, the property is serviced by water, sewer, electric and natural gas, with a rail line adjacent to the northern boundary. The property is east of an active manufacturing facility owned by Northern Ohio Limited Partnership (and formerly by General Motors). Outstanding state and local economic development resources are available to stimulate investment.

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  • Downtown Camden Waterfront Redevelopment

    Prior to 1984, Camden's Downtown Waterfront in the City of Camden, New Jersey, consisted of primarily heavy industrial production facilities owned by Campbell Soup Company, RCA, and a major rail yard and ferry system operated by the Pennsylvania Reading Railroad Company...

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  • Milltown Park, Sandpoint, ID

    The community not only lost jobs with the closing of the mills, but also residents were being squeezed into affordable and workforce housing as second-home buyers and empty nesters were moving into the area. This 26.02 acre site, once the beating heart of the community, was contaminating its neighbors’ waters and seemed to be a lesion on this otherwise scenic northern Idaho oasis...

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  • Berry Lane Park

    One of the most ambitious open space projects to be undertaken in Jersey City, New Jersey’s history, Berry Lane Park has transformed approximately 17 acres of former brownfields into a recreational area that is surrounded by residential properties. Berry Lane Park is unique in that it incorporates design features...

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  • Hawks Prairie Park and Ride

    More than 50 years’ worth of Thurston County’s garbage is buried on the 140-acre site in Hawks Prairie, now known as the Thurston County Waste and Recovery Center (WARC). The Hawks Prairie Park and Ride was built on an 8.1-acre portion of the oldest, most variably compacted, section of the WARC...

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You join the Association to make a positive impact on the world around you. Through ARI you support responsible and sustainable initiatives that aim to maximize value — economic, social and environmental. Specifically, your membership allows the Association to:

  • Empower its members to market their inventory to like-minded individuals and organizations.
  • Engage with many different stakeholders early on to build relationships, trust and commitments.
  • Enhance the ability for private and public sectors to work closer together for mutual benefits.
  • Enable its members to generate value (and thus, return) for all stakeholders; commensurate with the risk of their contribution.

But membership brings more tangible benefits, too. The following chart outlines the benefits you can expect as a member of ARI:

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The Association promotes the redevelopment of blighted and underutilized properties through collaborative and accountable marketdriven solutions.

We accomplish our mission through a number of strategies that are designed to uncover potential opportunities, build relationships and facilitate peer-to-peer networking among the many diverse stakeholders.

To this end, we’re constantly upgrading and enhancing our capabilities; we’re always looking for market-driven solutions and we value our member participation.

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