Following last week’s end to a legal battle over the fate of the Domino Sugar plant, redevelopment at the site is now slated to restart.
In a statement to Crain’s, Two Trees, which purchased the 11-acre property from CPC Resources for $185 million, said that it would spend time in dialogue with area residents and community leaders. “This dialogue will help inform our decision whether to build the approved plan under the existing zoning, or to seek to improve upon it through a new public process,” the statement said. Principal Jed Walentas has already been meeting with local groups and City Councilmember Stephen Levin to get community feedback. [more]