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Brownfields 2006:A Revolution in Redevelopment and Revitalization

Boston at night. Referring to real estate transactions, Donald Trump has been quoted as saying: “it’s tangible, it’s solid, it’s beautiful . . . it’s artistic . . . and I just love real estate.”At least he didn’t say it was easy, because there are probably a few folks working in the brownfield sector that might have disagreed, although to varying degrees. The national brownfields conference is now in its eleventh year and has continued to grow from its beginnings as a tabletop exercise into the most anticipated event on the redevelopment circuit. Brownfields 2006 in Boston, November 13-15, is no exception, with more registrants and exhibitors than in any previous year.The continued growth of the conference is a testament to the rapidly expanding brownfield marketplace. The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) is pleased to play a role in that expansion by working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a…Log In to Read Full Article

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