We Recycle Real Estate
Our focus is to transition properties back to productive use and maximize their economic development potential, attracting new jobs and investments to the communities where they are located. We view shuttered or curtailed industrial sites through a different lens. Where others see only liabilities, we often see opportunities.
Explore Recent Work
Forsite brings together public policy makers, private investment and environmental stewardship and aligns them to turn existing liabilities into regional assets for today and generations to come. Take a look at some case studies below to see how we make a difference.
- Chrome Platingadmin2022-04-28T20:37:48+00:00
- Pesticides Mixing Case Studyadmin2022-04-28T20:38:00+00:00
- Celanese Shelby Facility– Grover, NCadmin2022-03-25T15:46:47+00:00
- CP Crane Generating Station – Middle River, MDadmin2022-03-25T15:41:34+00:00
- JR Whiting Site, Luna Pier, MIadmin2022-03-25T15:13:57+00:00
- BC Cobb Site, Muskegon, MIadmin2022-04-28T20:18:23+00:00
- Clean Energyadmin2022-04-28T20:23:35+00:00
- 35 MW Coal-Fired Power Plants – Lumberton, NCadmin2022-04-28T20:18:39+00:00
- 35 MW Coal-Fired Power Plant – Elizabethtown, NCadmin2022-04-28T20:18:44+00:00
August 16, 2022 – Verplank to open Muskegon port facility
A new port along the lakeshore is scheduled to open this weekend. Verplank Family Holding Co. is set to host a ribbon cutting and facility tour of its new Muskegon port facility at 11 a.m.
March 15, 2022 – C.P. Crane Towers Demolition in June
The good news is the C.P. Crane smokestacks are coming down, removing what Bowleys Quarters residents call towering eyesores. The bad news is the C.P. Crane smoke-stacks are coming down, removing a distinctive and familiar
October 4, 2021 – Forsite Development Acquires CP Crane Generating Station in Baltimore County, Maryland
CHARLOTTE – Forsite Development, Inc. has announced it has acquired the CP Crane Generating Station in Baltimore County, Md. Forsite acquired the shuttered 400-megawatt coal plant from Chicago-based Middle River Power. The 153-acre plant is