New Brownfields Incentives Add To Diminishing Inventory Of Developable Sites In South Florida

  • June 21, 2003
  • • Written by: Michael R. Goldstein

Summer 2003, Vol 28, No 2

Abstract: All of the empirical evidence available to close observers of the brownfields marketplace points to this: the scarcity of land combined with the demand for land set against the backdrop of a maturing regulatory approach to contaminated property means that anyone involved with development needs to take brownfields redevelopment seriously and make it a viable part of their business strategy. Those that fail to do so will forego a competitive advantage and forfeit opportunity to industry peers and rivals.