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Urban Development 101: University of Dayton Transforms a Riverfront Brownfield

Facts Size: 50-acre urban brownfield Land Cost: $25 million Estimated Development Costs: Could exceed $200 million Location: Intersection of Brown Street and Stewart Street, Dayton, Ohio Current status: Phase I completed (i.e. all buildings have been demolished and the part of property has been remediated). Phase II: Balance of property is being remediated Project Team: Hemisphere Advisors LLC—Brownfield Redevelopment Advisor; Hull and Associates LLC—Environmental Consultant; Burt Hill—Land Planner Before and after: (top) An aerial view of the former National Cash Register complex as it appeared in 1950 and (bottom) what the site will look like after it is transformed into a mixed-use development. Case Study Overview On the fringe of Dayton, Ohio, sits prime riverfront property. Although it´s been called the most developable piece of property in the city, it´s largely vacant, a ghost of its heyday as the bustling site where National Cash Register (NCR) manufactured its cash registers.Developed…Log In to Read Full Article

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