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Brownfield Redevelopment

The new Accident Fund Headquarters Building, formerly the Lansing Board of Water and Light Power Station
Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Brownfield Redevelopment

Brownfield properties are those in which the redevelopment or reuse of the property may be complicated by the presence or perception of contamination. Revitalizing and redeveloping these properties protects the environment, reuses existing infrastructure, minimizes urban sprawl and creates economic opportunities. The Remediation and Redevelopment Division provides assistance including grants, loans, tax increment financing and free environmental site assessments to facilitate the redevelopment of brownfield properties.

RenewMI Project Viewer

This project viewer contains past and present projects from the Remediation and Redevelopment Division (RRD). RRD addresses environmental risks at properties where hazardous substances have been released into the soil or groundwater. The projects in the viewer are a mixture of sites where RRD is directly overseeing the environmental remediation efforts, and sites where a brownfield grant and/or loan have been provided to incentivize economic development. The map will continue to be updated as more project information becomes available.

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Brownfield Flip Videos

Check out some of our featured redevelopment projects in our Brownfield Flip Series!

Capital City Riverfront - Lansing


Detroit International Riverfront

Grand Rapids Downtown Market


Harbor Shores Golf Course - Benton Harbor


Marquette Founders Landing

Standish Historical Depot and Welcome Center

Uptown at Rivers Edge in Bay City

The Village at Grand Traverse Commons - Traverse City