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Former Rapid Circuits Site

Located in the Bucks County Enterprise Zone and the Bristol Pike Certified Redevelopment Area, an area where unemployment rates and industrial vacancies are among the county’s highest, this 1.15+/- acre property in Bristol Township has a history of industrial uses dating back to 1969. From 1988 through 2011, the subject property was utilized by Rapid […]

Quaker Rubber Site

The Former Quaker Rubber Site, also commonly referred to as the Former Miller Trailer Park, is located in the town of Croydon located in Bristol Township, and consists of approximately 3.13 acres of land. The Authority worked with a site reuser to remediate the environmental conditions of the property for the proposed reuse for residential. Residential Statewide Health […]

Former Ametek/Sellersville Business Campus

The Redevelopment Authority provided construction management services for site improvements on this joint project with the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority (BCIDA). Additionally, the Redevelopment Authority coordinated with various groups including the Borough of Sellersville, Bucks County Planning Commission, Bucks County Commissioners and BCIDA in the establishment of a Certified Redevelopment Area (CRA) under Act 385. The CRA was […]

US Magnet Site

The U.S. Magnet site consists of an approximate 30-acre former industrial property located in Yardley Borough and suffered in a blighted condition for more than two decades. Former uses dating back to the early 1900’s included a finishing facility for bleaching and dyeing of fabrics, manufacturing of magnets, aircraft fuel tank rebuilding, computer equipment supply […]

Red Lion Inn Site

The Redevelopment Authority worked with Bensalem Township to address the vacant blighted property located on Bristol Pike near the Philadelphia boarder, a key gateway to Bucks County. The Red Lion Inn was constructed on the property in 1730 and operated until 1991 when it was destroyed by fire. A portion of the property also was an automotive repair […]

Grundy Powerhouse

For decades, the historic Grundy Powerhouse building – and its iconic smokestack – located in Bristol Borough sat dormant and deteriorating. In partnership with Bristol Borough, the Authority acquired the vacant property through eminent domain in 1999. After acquiring the 0.537-acre property, the Authority completed environmental site assessment and remediation activities to facilitate putting the […]

Correll Steel

The Corell Steel site located in Bristol Township was one of the first brownfield sites identified and remediated under the Bucks County Brownfields Program through the U.S. EPA Brownfields National Pilot Program. Located in the Bucks County Enterprise Zone, this property was acquired by the Redevelopment Authority as it had been tax delinquent for more than ten years. […]

Bristol Steel Site

The former Bristol Steel site, located on the banks of the Delaware River, sat vacant for many years before being condemned by the Redevelopment Authority. The Redevelopment Authority worked closely with Bristol Borough throughout the process of reclaiming this brownfield site, ultimately demolishing the building and completing the Act 2 remediation before transferring the property to Bristol Borough. Funding […]

960 River Road Site

The Redevelopment Authority worked with a brownfield redeveloper to successfully reclaim the Former L3 Communications Site located at 960 River Road in Bristol Township. The property was formerly used as a manufacturing and plating facility for electronics equipment.

Bucks County Waterfront Revitalization Plan

The Redevelopment Authority spearheaded this comprehensive study of the Delaware River waterfront. The Bucks County Waterfront Revitalization Plan charts a vision and course of action to enhance portions of Lower Bucks County located along the Delaware River. The waterfront study’s main goals were to provide for improved public access to the riverfront and to promote […]

Bristol Township Blight Abatement

In 2015, the Township of Bristol identified over 200 vacant homes within the township limits. The Township contacted the Redevelopment Authority to develop a plan of action to address the high number of vacancies, specifically the homes that were vacant for several years, had fallen into disrepair and were adversely impacting neighborhoods. In 2016, the […]

Riverfront North

Project Background: Riverfront North is a 52-acre site located on the Delaware River in Bristol Borough. The site has a long industrial history, including functions as a shipyard and trash transfer station. A portion of the property operated as a zinc manufacturing plant, which ceased operations in 1986. The most recent industrial occupant, the Dial […]

Waterside/Riverfront South

Project Background: Located in the Bucks County Enterprise Zone, an area where poverty and unemployment rates are among the county’s highest, this 45-acre property along the Delaware River has a history of industrial uses. It was originally a ship building facility in the early 1900s. In 1940 it was used for storage of salt products, […]

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