This grant was awarded by the State of Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (formerly MDEQ) from the Clean Michigan Initiative Bond to support demolition, soil remediation, and vapor intrusion mitigation for this redevelopment site. The project went through a receivership in 2017 and 2018 and was completed in 2019. The remaining grant activities associated with the vapor mitigation system will be completed in early 2020 and the grant will be closed by 2021.
City of Ypsilanti
The Washtenaw County Brownfield Authority awarded this Local Brownfield Revolving Fund grant to the City of Ypsilanti for soil remediation along the Border-to-Border Trail, within the Water Street redevelopment area. Activities were completed in 2018.
1514 White St
The Ann Arbor Housing Commission was awarded this grant from the Local Brownfield Revolving Fund to support the redevelopment of the White/State/Henry public housing site as part of the Swift Run RAD Conversion. This project broke ground in 2019 and approximately $300,000 in Eligible LBRF activities have been approved and reimbursed through the end of 2019.
1140 Broadway Street
The State of Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (formerly MDEQ) awarded this grant from the Clean Michigan Initiative Bond to Washtenaw County to mitigate groundwater contamination impacting downstream properties and the Huron River. The primary grant-funded remediation activities took place in 2019, and as part of those activities the developer installed a Permeable Reactive Barrier, which will be reimbursed through Tax Increment financing. Ongoing monitoring will take place to determine overall effectiveness of treatment methods and assess need for additional mitigation. The project will take four to five years for fully build out.