Definition of redevelopment
: the act or process of redeveloping; especially : renovation of a blighted area urban redevelopment
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The city of Frederick, basically the model for small to mid-size urban redevelopment in Maryland, has the luxury of being perched at the top of I-270 corridor, in commuting distance to job-rich Washington, D.C., and Montgomery County.
Changes have been made to a busy Floyd Road, and flexible zoning codes and a Mableton master plan continue to dictate redevelopment in the area, according to county planners.
The site, which includes Athens’ old international airport and 2004 Olympic Games venues, is part of Greece’s privatization efforts and is slated for a massive seaside urban redevelopment project worth an expected 7 billion euros ($7.8 billion).
That property, 214 E. Fort Ave., a former pet store called Laundry Mutt, was also vacant and slated for redevelopment by another company.
The redevelopment has resulted in an influx of young, professional residents downtown, which in turn has spawned a wealth of restaurants, shopping and other activities.
Harmon Construction won the Johnson County Park & Recreation District contract, part of the ongoing redevelopment of the former Meadowbrook Golf and Country Club.
The Chicago Tribune first reported earlier this month that a major sticking point in the sale and redevelopment of the Thompson Center centered on what zoning upgrades Emanuel's administration and Downtown Ald.
The sprawling redevelopment is in its early stages, but the developer is pleased with its progress, said Jed Walentas, a principal at Two Trees Management Company.
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