Definition of redevelopment
: the act or process of redeveloping; especially : renovation of a blighted area urban redevelopment
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At a press event on July 13 at Seaway, Preckwinkle said the successful redevelopment of brownfields helps generate revenue and jobs while also helping the surrounding environment.
The hope: Beacon Park will help anchor the redevelopment of downtown's west side, a district marked by acres of surface parking lots and underused or vacant buildings.
But now a spectacular rebirth is underway: In 2015, the Newham Council approved a £3.5 billion ($5.3 billion) redevelopment plan led by the Silvertown Partnership, a coalition of two property developers and an investment bank.
Clay Cosse of Arabi, who retired in 2012 as director of housing and redevelopment for St. Bernard Parish.
There also are prospective redevelopment sites, including the U.S. Postal Service's downtown mail processing facility at 341 W. St. Paul Ave.
Founded by former slaves, the community, just east of downtown, has a long history of blight but has undergone significant redevelopment in recent years.
Charlestown city officials, Pleasant Ridge residents and their lawyers gathered in Scottsburg, Indiana, on Friday afternoon for the first substantial court hearing in a dispute spurred by redevelopment efforts in the low-income neighborhood.
The redevelopment proposes vacating Mercier south of Westport Road to allow for the larger QuikTrip footprint, but city staff said Mercier should be reconfigured to connect to Holly reather than become a dead end.
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