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Reverse Site Selection: An End-User Focused Redevelopment Strategy

For companies and communities alike, brownfields might be the most underused and misunderstood resource available. Many of brownfield properties are situated at key locations that once maximized their owners’ access to raw materials, to markets, logistics networks, and key utilities. Many of these properties are also located near ports, along strategic transportation/transit corridors, and in urban infill locations. While the properties may have problems and the infrastructure dates from an earlier age, these locations can still provide these same key inputs that make businesses successful. The key then is to develop a risk management and redevelopment strategy that matches the best possible and most reasonable re-use of the property. By understanding how companies make location decisions, those who control brownfield properties can use this process to find new end users whose location needs are ideally met by these imperfect assets. Defined process, data points used The site selection team first…Log In to Read Full Article

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