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Navy Reaches Penultimate Step in Horsham Environmental Review Process

  • March 22, 2015
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A final environmental impact statement (EIS), which favors the local redevelopment authority’s reuse plan, has been issued by the Navy …

Concord Residents Learn about Competing Proposals for Naval Weapons Station

  • February 12, 2015
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The three firms competing to become the master developer for the former Concord Naval Weapons Station in northern California this week presented their visions for converting the base to a new community with housing, shopping, offices and parks. Concord Mayor Tim Grayson stressed the need to integrate the new development with existing neighborhoods, reported the San Jose Mercury News. The Concord Reuse Project Area Plan, which the city adopted in 2012, calls for building up to 12,272 housing units and 6.1 million square feet of commercial space on about 2,300 acres near the North Concord/Martinez BART station, with about 70 percent of the site preserved as parkland or open space …

Ft. McPherson-Tyler Perry Sale Back on Track

  • December 10, 2014
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The Fort McPherson LRA’s plan to sell about two-thirds of the former post to filmmaker Tyler Perry is on again, after the authority on Tuesday replaced a board member and approved a resolution outlining the boundaries of the 330-acre tract Perry would purchase. The McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority’s action means Perry would obtain the post’s historic parade ground, officers’ quarters and a golf course for his planned movie and television production complex. The LRA would hold onto the remaining 144 acres, which follows the northern and eastern perimeters of the installation located on the southwest edge of Atlanta …

Treasure Island Developers Ready to Move Ahead following Court Decision

  • October 26, 2014
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The team of developers planning to turn Treasure Island into a $1.5 billion residential and commercial neighborhood is eager to press on after the state Supreme Court last week dismissed an appeal of the environmental reviews conducted for the reuse project by the city of San Francisco. Citizens for a Sustainable Treasure Island filed a lawsuit claiming the city’s environmental study was inadequate because it lacked details about building design and failed to specify plans to clean up the site located in San Francisco Bay, reported the San Francisco Chronicle. But after an appeals court affirmed a lower court ruling in July upholding the studies, the state’s high court on Wednesday rejected the group’s request to review the decision …

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit against Ft. McPherson Sale

  • October 8, 2014
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A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit from an Atlanta entertainment company seeking to block the sale of 330 acres at the former Fort McPherson to filmmaker Tyler Perry, ruling it was too early for the court to hear the case. Ubiquitous Entertainment Studios claimed it had met with the McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority about purchasing 80 acres for a movie studio entertainment complex in 2011 — before the city of Atlanta entered discussions with Perry — but was told officials couldn’t negotiate until the Army transferred the property. The suit, filed in July, accuses the authority of violating its bylaws when it offered the property to Perry outside of a public competition …

Ft. Monmouth Sparks Heightened Interest from Residential, Retail Developers

  • September 23, 2014
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Competition among residential and retail developers for space at the former Fort Monmouth has been growing recently as central New Jersey’s real estate market heats up. “As every day goes by, the market is getting stronger in those areas,” Les Smith, senior director at Cushman & Wakefield, told the New York Times. “If you come up with a good development site, they want it,” said Smith, whose firm is the real estate broker for the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority …

Air Force to Transfer Last Parcels at Chanute AFB to Community

  • September 23, 2014
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The Air Force has approved transferring 394 acres at the former Chanute AFB, Ill., to the village of Rantoul via an economic development conveyance in a move that will complete the property’s transfer and allow the community to advance its development plans. The village can now approach developers interested in the site “so we can [realize] the economic growth in Rantoul that’s been on hold for such a long time,” Mayor Chuck Smith told the News-Gazette. Smith said there are three firms looking at properties at Chanute, which was shuttered in September 1993 after being recommended for closure in the 1988 BRAC round …

Residents Show up at LRA Meeting to Oppose Ft. McPherson Sale

  • September 17, 2014
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More than 100 residents showed up Tuesday at a regular meeting of the Fort McPherson LRA to air their concerns about the authority’s agreement to sell two-thirds of the post to filmmaker Tyler Perry. Many community members turned out after receiving calls from state Sen. Vincent Fort and a local nonprofit upset that Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed had abandoned the mixed-use plan for the site that the LRA had spent years crafting, according to the Saporta Report. Fort told the McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority that he was concerned about the lack of community engagement regarding the decision to sell 330 acres of the 488-acre site to Perry …

D.C. Hospital Looks to Obtain Piece of Walter Reed

  • September 10, 2014
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A Washington, D.C.–based pediatric hospital is hoping to obtain a parcel on the campus of the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center for an institute devoted to biomedical research. A deal, however, has not yet been reached between the Children’s National Health System and the federal government. Language in the House version of the fiscal 2015 defense authorization bill authorizes — but does not require — the Army to convey 13.2 acres to the Children’s system at no cost …

Master Developer Competition for Willow Grove Narrows to Four Teams

  • September 2, 2014
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One of five teams vying vie to become the master developer for the former Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove withdrew its bid and, instead, has joined forces with one of the four remaining competitors. Toll Brothers, which is headquartered in the same town as the installation — Horsham, Pa. — now is part of the team led by Miami-based Lennar Corp., reported the Philadelphia Business Journal. The teams submitted their proposals to spearhead redevelopment of the 862-acre site located north of Philadelphia to the Horsham Land Redevelopment Authority last month …

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