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Grand Street Commons Cleanup and Redevelopment

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18-09-137April 2018
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Author(s) Amy White
Description Grand Street Commons, LLC (GSC) plans to redevelop several properties in southeast Seattle for a mix of affordable and market-rate housing. GSC is a partnership between Mount Baker Housing Association (MBHA), Lake Union Partners, and HAL Real Estate. The development, located near the intersection of South Grand Street and Rainier Avenue South, will be known as Grand Street Commons. As part of the project, GSC and MBHA plan to clean up about 3.2 acres of contaminated property. The cleanup Site will be referred to as the Grand Street Commons Project Site. It includes all areas where contamination from the former Belshaw and Penthouse Drapery properties has come to be located. Ecology is entering into legal agreements called Prospective Purchaser Consent Decrees with MBHA and GSC for investigation and cleanup of the Site. We invite your input on the following documents:• Prospective Purchaser Consent Decree with GSC• Prospective Purchaser Consent Decree with MBHA• Public Participation Plan – describes how Ecology will inform the community about activities at the site and opportunities for input.
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Keywords Belshaw, Grand Street Commons, Penthouse Drapery, RI/FS, Remedial Investigation, feasibility study, consent decree, Prospective Purchaser, Mount Baker Housing Association
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