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Reuse Examples - Residential Reuse

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Torch Lake: The Torch Lake site is located in Houghton County, Michigan and contains several residential redevelopments including the communities of Isle-Royale, Dollar Bay, Mason Sands and Point Mills. A new residential development in underway on the Hubbell/Tamarck City portion of the site.

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Fruit Avenue Plume: The Fruit Avenue Plume site in Albuquerque, New Mexico now houses affordable and sustainable housing units. These new housing units utilize solar power, rainwater collection systems and exceed the baseline Green Communities Criteria.

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Kennecott (South Zone): Kennecott Land Company redeveloped 4,126 acres of the Kennecott (South Zone) site in Bingham Canyon, Utah, into the Daybreak community with 13,600 energy efficient homes, 1,250 acres of parks, pedestrian-friendly town centers, shops, restaurants, schools and mass transit.

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Tinkham Garage: In addition to supporting retail shops and restaurants, the Tinkham Garage site in Londonderry, New Hampshire is home to The Nevins, a 125-unit senior housing development.

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Normandy Park Apartments: The Normandy Parks Apartments site in Tampa, Florida remained open during its cleanup and continues to operate as a 144-unit residential property today.

Residential reuse of formerly contaminated properties ranges from apartment buildings and care facilities to single-family homes and town homes, and includes continued use and new use activities at these sites.

Continued Use

New Use