Mid-Atlantic Clients Awarded $500,000 in Brownfields Grants

Mid-Atlantic continues to be the go to firm to help municipalities find ways to put abandoned, idled and underutilized properties back into reuse. Mid-Atlantic has been chosen to work with the Town of Siler City and the City of Washington on their recently awarded EPA Brownfields grants. Mid-Atlantic helped both these entities apply for and receive these grants.  The Town of Siler City was awarded a $300,000 assessment grant to further efforts to revitalize their downtown.  Mid-Atlantic staff will conduct Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments followed up by  cleanup and redevelopment planning and future grant opportunities. The City of Washington was awarded a $500,000 clean up grant to help revitalize the historic Hotel Louise. Located on Main Street and backing up to the waterfront, this redevelopment includes a ground floor grocery store and 41 one-bedroom apartments. We are excited to continue to help North Carolina Communities with their brownfields redevelopment efforts.

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