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Reuse Examples - Commercial Reuse

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Eastland Woolen Mill: In addition to serving as greenspace for the community, including a bridge and boardwalk through downtown, the Eastland Woolen Mill site is now home to a country store and restaurant, housed in the Historic Odd Fellows Building.

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General Mills Henkel Corp.: A sign for the East Hennepin Small Business Center marks one of the nearly 100 new small businesses that the General Mills Henkel Corp. site supports since a privately-held investment group converted the site into a business enterprise development program.

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Lexington County Landfill: A golfer enjoys the driving range located on the Lexington County Landfill site.

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Coalinga Asbestos: The Kmart located on the Coalinga Asbestos site employs over 100 people and serves more than 2,000 shoppers a day.

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Denver Radium: The Home Depot located on the Denver Radium site was able to remain open during cleanup of the site. Other commercial businesses include a maintenance and repair station for Mercedes Benz automobiles.

Commercial reuse of formerly contaminated properties refers to on site commercial activities related to retail shops, office buildings, restaurants, or other businesses. Reuse examples range from parking lots to restaurants and include sites in continued use and sites now supporting new commercial uses.

Continued Use

New Use