Contaminated Properties in the Northwest

Navigating the Redevelopment Process

Wednesday, August 25, 2021 - LIVE WEBCAST broadcast from Seattle, WA


Available In:


WA MCLE: Available ~ Amount to be Determined
OR CLE: 6.0 General Credits
APA: Available Upon Request

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Topics covered

Environmental, Finance, Government, Land Use, Real Estate, Solid Waste, Toxic Waste, Waste Water

Who Should attend

Attorneys, Conservationists, Engineers, Government Employees, Land Planners, Municipal Employees
Seminar Overview

Washington State’s real estate market has led the nation for several years, with more cranes dotting our horizon than any other city in the country. This demand has resulted in many properties that have historically been “upside down” to now be viewed as being ripe for development.

This seminar will include presentations by attorneys, consultants, and other representatives of the regulated community regarding the current and historical environmental issues that have impeded property redevelopment. It will provide a detailed overview of the regional issues faced by developers, including regulatory changes and broad liabilities that future owners of these properties may face. Our program will offer legislative and policy updates and review the latest issues pertaining to environmental justice, redevelopment on former orchard lands, and vapor intrusion.

Finally, our experts will discuss funding resources and technical assistance for addressing contaminated properties and offer a look into recent brownfields projects, both small and large.