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The Final View

So what are the possibilities for Struthers-Dunn? You’ve read the comments and suggestions provided by Brownfield News’ editorial board on the previous pages. The STAMP panel—consisting of real estate broker Don Eisen, planner Edward Kolling, developer Linda Morgan, consultant Neil Rivers, and insurance consultant Jim Vetter, all experts in their respective fields—also weighed in. The information and resources they provided helped Mantua Township better define best uses for the redevelopment and address the inherent challenges of the specific sites. The panel also suggested interim uses for the property, such as a recreational or transit parking facility, by which the township might generate tax revenue while site cleanup and redevelopment continue. Near term redevelopment recommendations ranged from a community center to a research and development site, but leaned more toward mixed-use redevelopment that potentially would incorporate residential and mixed-income housing with commercial/retail, professional office and/or light industrial reuses.Each proposal could potentially…Log In to Read Full Article

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