Many financial tools are available to redevelopers of former industrial and commercial sites, commonly known as “brownfields.” Because the money is often tied to federal, state, or local government programs, time is usually a factor in such transactions. This Article explores the various financial mechanisms available to brownfield redevelopers, including government funding sources, insurance claims, and cost recovery from parties who are found responsible for the contamination.
Property Law and Real Estate
- Journal title
Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review
- Date submitted
6 September 2022