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"X" Marks the Spot

Every teenager probably was well aware that the third release of “Pirates of the Caribbean” was due out over this past Memorial Day weekend. But clueless parent that I am, I had planned a family camping trip for that very weekend. Surely, bonding as a family would far outweigh a movie that would be out on DVD within six months. “But dad,” protested my 13-year-old daughter, “ALL of my friends are going to the midnight premier.” I wasn’t sure if it was the lure of high seas adventure that she was looking forward to, or Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom. (Editor’s note: Get a clue, Chris.) But it started me thinking about other types of treasures being sought in the world of brownfield redevelopment.   The Treasure Map Searching for brownfield treasure comes down to locating those real estate gems that, with some careful environmental polishing and some clever re-entitlement…Log In to Read Full Article

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