Brownfields Project Marketplace

What is the Marketplace? The Marketplace is FREE brownfields financing technical assistance. The Marketplace was created with an understanding that it’s often difficult to bring the public- and private- sectors together in the same place, and harder still to have each engage in an open discussion about brownfield projects. The Marketplace is an open forum that connects communities looking to finance brownfield redevelopment projects with development financiers and brownfield project experts. Through the Marketplace, communities can engage in open discussion with experts, get answers to their financing questions, and come away with a better understanding of the resources available for their redevelopment projects.

Communities are asked to prepare a brief presentation on their redevelopment project and present it to our technical assistance partners in exchange for financing recommendations.

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2017 Project Marketplaces

Rolling Online Marketplace
February 23, 12:00 - 5:00 pm EST
Online Marketplace
Register below to schedule a 30 minute session.

To register your brownfield project for a Marketplace, first complete the application below. CDFA staff will follow up with you at the contact information you provide below to confirm your submission.

Search the map below for previous brownfield projects presented at the Marketplace.

Search Results: Oregon
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1435 SW Simpson Avenue, Bend, Oregon
Oregon Business Development Department
Pumice mine later filled as a landfill (construction demolition materials)
419/427 Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon 97045
Business Oregon
Paper mill, flour mill and various commercial and industrial uses
715 NW Dimmick Street, Grants Pass, Oregon Project has received site visit
Business Oregon
Medical (hospital) campus since early 1900's - 6.3 acres developed over period of decades. Site is made up of 16 tax lots situated on all four corners of an intersection.
8500 NE Siskiyou, Portland, OR 97220
Northwest Zen Sangha
Gravel quarry, construction debris landfill, derelict for 30 years, Buddhist temple.

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* Projects marked with a pin have received a CDFA site visit.

Disclaimer: This publication was developed under Assistance Agreement No. TR-83576801-0 awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It has not been formally reviewed by EPA. The views expressed in this document are solely those of Council of Development Finance Agencies and EPA does not endorse any products or commercial services mentioned in this publication.