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Restoring
Brownfields

CDC’s sustainable redevelopment strategy has restored hundreds of North American brownfield sites, transforming industrial blight into new productive assets.

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About Commercial Development Company, Inc. (CDC)

CDC is a privately-held, diversified real estate acquisition and development company whose principal competency lies within the repositioning of underutilized, distressed, or environmentally-challenged properties. Our sustainable redevelopment projects have played a transformative role in bringing hundreds of North American sites out of blight and back to productive use.

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Featured Project

 

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Janesville Assembly Plant
4.8 MSF under roof

In December 2017, CDC purchased the historic “Janesville Assembly Plant” from General Motors. With 250+/- contiguous acres, CDC believes the site represents a strategic opportunity for new manufacturing, warehousing, and logistics-related development.

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Available for Purchase or Lease

 

CDC’s sustainable redevelopment strategy has repurposed hundreds of environmentally-impacted commercial properties throughout North America. These sites are strategically-located and “development-ready”.

Available for purchase or lease, search CDC’s active listings below.

 

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Actively Seeking to Acquire Brownfields

 

CDC actively seeks to purchase real estate assets in all industrial sectors ($5mm to $500mm), with a specific focus on environmentally-impacted real estate. If you have a property you would like considered by our board, please contact us for a confidential discussion.

 

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