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Redevelopment of Brownfields Sites & Adaptive Reuse of Buildings

Cambridge Economic Research helps clients to determine the best options for recycling of brownfields sites and vacant buildings. In considering the highest and best use for vacant sites and buildings that have outlived their original purpose, Cambridge Economic Research considers demographic and economic conditions and forecasts, identifies target industries and potential end users for sites and buildings, and economic and fiscal impacts of potential reuses. This approach has underpinned the successful redevelopment and recycling of brownfield sites and buildings throughout the U.S.

 

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Feasibility Study for Clean Energy Park | Town of Montague, MA

Market Study for an alternative energy-based industrial park in Western Massachusetts supported by international case studies.

 

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Feasibility Study for Residences at Ritz-Carlton | Millennium Partners

Feasibility study for successful new luxury condo development in downtown Boston where prices range up to $9 million.

 

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Reuse Study for Emery Estate | Town of Weymouth, MA

Market Study of potential reuses for a large historic estate property in the Town of Weymouth in the Boston suburbs.

 

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Development Potential for Turnpike Air Rights Development | MassPike Authority

Feasibility Study for the $460 million Columbus Center development planned for construction over the Massachusetts Turnpike.

 

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Reuse Study for Anchor Glass Plant | DMJM Harris

Reuse prospects for a 500 acre abandoned glassworks in Killingly, CT. and target industry strategy to market the site.

 

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Chicago Rail Yards Reuse Study | Chicago DOT

Highest and best reuses for thirty former rail sites owned by the City of Chicago.

 

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