The Dillon, a 17-story office building, is being built within the walls of an old Dillon Supply Co. warehouse in downtown Raleigh. The project was made possible by a brownfields agreement with the state, which allowed the developer, Kane Realty, to clean up pollution on the site only as much as was needed to make the site usable again.
The Dillon, a 17-story office building, is being built within the walls of an old Dillon Supply Co. warehouse in downtown Raleigh. The project was made possible by a brownfields agreement with the state, which allowed the developer, Kane Realty, to clean up pollution on the site only as much as was needed to make the site usable again. rstradling@newsobserver.com
The Dillon, a 17-story office building, is being built within the walls of an old Dillon Supply Co. warehouse in downtown Raleigh. The project was made possible by a brownfields agreement with the state, which allowed the developer, Kane Realty, to clean up pollution on the site only as much as was needed to make the site usable again. rstradling@newsobserver.com

From polluted property to 17-story building, with help from state program

December 14, 2016 02:10 PM

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