Projects

 

Matrix of Florida Brownfield Program Redevelopment Projects

The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A.[1]

 

 

 

Florida Brownfield Program Project Statistics

April 2017

 

  • Florida Brownfield Program Projects (Consulting, Designation, BSRA Negotiation, and/or Incentive Application):  132
  • Brownfield Area Designations Successfully Obtained: 68
  • Brownfield Site Rehabilitation Agreements or Related Amendments or Assignments Successfully Negotiated:  60
  • Voluntary Cleanup Tax Credit Applications Submitted through January 31, 2017:  81
  • Projects Reflected in This Matrix Where Brownfield Redevelopment Bonus Refund Applications Were, Will, or Can Be Submitted:  48
  • Projects Reflected in This Matrix Where Applications for Sales Tax Refund on Building Materials Were, Will, or Can Be Submitted:  49
  • Projects Reflected in This Matrix with Affordable/Workforce Housing as Actual or Potential Reuse:  49
  • Projects Reflected in This Matrix with Big Box Retail as Actual or Potential Reuse:  24
  • Sites Reflected in This Matrix on Former Landfills/Solid Waste Sites:  20
  • Sites Reflected in This Matrix on Former Automotive Dealerships and/or Gas Stations:  20
  • Sites Reflected in This Matrix on Former Farms, Citrus Groves, or Nurseries:  26
  • Sites Reflected in This Matrix on Former Golf Courses:  10

 

 

Matrix of Florida Brownfield Program Redevelopment Projects

The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A.

April 2017

 

Client Jurisdiction Site Type Contaminants

Brownfield Area Designation

BSRA

Remedial Strategy Incentives Reuse
Approval Obtained by GELF Attorney Date Execution Obtained by GELF Attorney Date
Developer No. 1 Miami-Dade County Gas station Petroleum in soil and groundwater Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/18/14 Source removal; air sparging
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Retail
Developer No. 2 Doral Landfill Solid waste, metals, ammonia Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 06/02/16 Source removal;

ICs/ECs

  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection
Hotel
Developer No. 3 North Miami Landfill Solid waste, metals, ammonia Evaluated state and federal Brownfield incentives on behalf of joint venture responding to City of North Miami redevelopment RFP. Source removal;

active groundwater remediation;

ICs/ECs

  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Mixed-use, including hotel, affordable housing, retail, and recreational
Developer No. 4 Miami-Dade County Landfill Arsenic, solid waste Yes 05/20/03 Yes 11/24/03 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Warehouses
Developer No. 5 North Miami Beach Manufactured gas plant Coal tar Yes 12/04/12 Yes 12/31/13 Source removal; groundwater remediation; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (market rate); charter school; retail
Developer No. 6 Pasco County Agricultural Perception of agricultural related contamination Yes 01/10/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 6 Gainesville Infill; proximity to users of regulated substances Perception of petroleum related contamination Engaged to do so; in progress Pending N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 7 Ft. Lauderdale Agricultural Petroleum and arsenic in soil Yes 11/17/16 Yes 12/10/15 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax.
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 8 Palm Beach County Former lumber yard Arsenic in soil and groundwater Yes 09/27/16 Pending Pending Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Retail and/or commercial
Developer No. 9 El Portal Agricultural Ammonia, arsenic Yes 12/15/15 Yes 12/18/15 Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (market rate)
Developer No. 10 Miami Commercial Chlorinated solvents from adjacent chemical company Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 03/17/14 ICs/ECs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax.
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 11 Hillsborough County Drycleaning site Chlorinated solvents Yes 05/05/16 N/A N/A Under analysis
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 12 Hillsborough

County

Nursery Arsenic in soil and groundwater Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 08/19/14 ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Retail and/or commercial
Developer No. 12 West Palm Beach Landfill; incinerator Metals, solid waste; biomedical waste, dioxin, petroleum Yes 03/30/15 Yes 12/16/05 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection[2]
Wawa retail fueling and convenience store; hotel; self-storage; restaurant; retail
Developer No. 12 Jacksonville Gas Station Metals, petroleum, solid waste Pending Pending Pending Pending Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection[3]
Wawa retail fueling and convenience store
Developer No. 13 Delray Beach Warehouse; fleet vehicle staging and fueling Petroleum contamination in soil and groundwater Yes 12/08/15 Yes 12/22/15[4] Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection
Phase I: Fleet storage/ maintenance and self storage; Phase II: residential and retail
Developer No. 13 Miami-Dade County (Naranja) Agricultural Arsenic in soil Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/21/16 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable); park
Developer No. 14 Ft. Lauderdale Agricultural Perceived agrichemical contamination Yes 02/21/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 14 Ft. Lauderdale Agricultural Perceived agrichemical contamination Yes 08/21/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 14 Ft. Lauderdale Agricultural Perceived agrichemical contamination Yes 08/21/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 14 Ft. Lauderdale Agricultural Perceived agrichemical contamination Yes 08/21/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 14 Ft. Lauderdale Agricultural Perceived agrichemical contamination Yes 08/21/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Community Redevelopment Agency No. 1 Cape Coral Industrial and Commercial Corridor Retail fueling, automotive servicing, and drycleaning Engaged by CRA to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfield incentives to support redevelopment initiatives. TBD by City, CRA, and future developers
Local Government No. 1 Doral Raw land Arsenic Yes 12/02/15 Yes 12/18/15 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Community sports complex; park
Local Government No. 1 Doral Raw land Arsenic Yes 04/20/16 Yes 06/27/16 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Community sports complex; park
Local Government No. 2 Fort Lauderdale N/A; programmatic assistance rendered Engaged to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment initiative. TBD by City and future developers
Local Government No. 3 Hollywood Landfill; incinerator;  solid waste transfer station nursery; fleet fueling and maintenance Metals, solid waste, incinerator ash, petroleum Engaged by City to (i) research federal and state Brownfields and renewable energy incentives programs to support redevelopment and (ii) provide recommendations to market property to qualified Brownfield developers across the country. Will be determined by future development activities. All incentives enabled for future developers TBD by City and future developers
Local Government No. 4 Miami Football stadium; former retail fueling stations Petroleum and arsenic Engaged by City to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfield related incentives to support redevelopment. Source removal; ICs/ECs City did not pursue incentives. Florida Marlins Baseball Stadium
Local Government No. 4 Miami Landfill Solid waste, metals, ammonia Researched and provided counsel regarding federal and state Brownfield incentives to support redevelopment. Source removal; groundwater remediation; ICs/ECs City is not currently pursuing incentives. Conservation and recreation
Local Government No. 4 Miami Petroleum bulk storage facility Petroleum and arsenic Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state brownfield incentives to support redevelopment initiatives. Source removal; ICs/ECs City did not pursue incentives. Perez Art Museum; Miami; Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science
Local Government No. 4 Miami N/A; programmatic assistance rendered Evaluated full range of state and federal economic and regulatory incentives in connection with drafting of City’s Strategic Brownfields Plan. TBD by City and future developers
Local Government No. 5 Miami Gardens Transit corridor Urban background Yes 06/12/13 TBD by future developers TBD by future developers TBD by future development All incentives enabled for future developers TBD by future developers
Local Government No. 6 North Miami Former waste water treatment plant; nursery Metals, dieldrin, ammonia, fecal coliform, petroleum related constituents Yes 09/23/14 Yes 12/23/14 Pending
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable); park
Local Government No. 7 North Miami Beach Landfill Metals, ammonia, and methane Yes 11/03/15 Yes 12/16/15 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Park
Community Redevelopment Agency No. 2 North Miami Beach Landfill Metals, ammonia, and methane Engaged by CRA to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfield incentives to support redevelopment initiatives. TBD by City, CRA, and future developers
Local Government No. 8 Sarasota Landfill Solid waste; metals; ammonia Engaged by City to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfield incentives to support redevelopment initiative. Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection
TBD by City and future developers
Local Government No. 8 Sarasota N/A; programmatic assistance rendered Engaged by City to research federal and state Brownfields and stimulus grants to support redevelopment initiative in environmental justice neighborhood. TBD by City and future developers
Developer No. 15 Fort Lauderdale Golf course Arsenic in soil and groundwater Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment. Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Single family housing (market rate)
Developer No. 16 Hallandale Beach Landfill Metals, petroleum, methane, ammonia, solid waste Yes 06/15/04 Yes 12/17/04 Source removal; ICs/ECs; methane barrier
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 16 Miami Gardens Agricultural Perception of agrichemical contamination Yes 07/11/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction.
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 16 Miami Gardens Agricultural Perception of agrichemical contamination Yes 06/12/13 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction.
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 16 Miami-Dade County Agricultural Perception of agrichemical contamination Yes 12/06/11 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction.
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 16 Oakland Park Landfill Solid waste, ammonia Yes 11/02/16 Yes 12/06/16 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable))
Developer No. 16 Pompano Beach Mobile home park Perception of contamination from adjacent auto repair and drycleaning uses Yes 06/12/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction.
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 17 Lauderhill Distribution Petroleum related constituents, chlorinated solvents Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes[5] 06/19/15 Active groundwater remediation
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily for sale (market rate)
Developer No. 18 Deerfield Beach Golf course Arsenic in soil Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding state Brownfield incentives to support reuse. ICs/ECs; possible source removal
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Open space (passive)
Private or Public Company No. 1 Hialeah Commercial Perception of urban background contamination Yes[6] 09/13/11 N/A N/A N/A
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Family restaurant
Private or Public Company No. 1 Lake City Commercial Perception of urban background contamination Yes[7] 11/21/11 N/A N/A N/A
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Family Restaurant Dining
Community Redevelopment Agency No. 3 Delray Beach Landfill Metals in groundwater Engaged by CRA to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfield incentives to support redevelopment initiative.  Also helped secure $75,000.00 Brownfield Site Assessment Grant from Florida Department of Environmental Protection. ICs/ECs; possible source removal depending on end-use
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 19 Sarasota Manufacturer (electronics) Chlorinated solvents, arsenic Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 02/24/06/A Pump and treat; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Liability Protection
Office; industrial; retail
Business Stakeholder Group No.1 Doral Landfill Solid waste, metals, ammonia Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfield incentives to support redevelopment initiatives. TBD by future development TBD by future development and nature of future endusers TBD by future developers
Local Government No. 9 Escambia County N/A; programmatic assistance rendered Engaged to provide analysis regarding regulatory and incentive mechanisms to limit County’s liability for various redevelopment scenarios involving Superfund designated former wood treating site. TBD by County
Developer No. 20 Pompano Beach Golf course Arsenic in soil and groundwater Yes 12/08/15 Yes 12/18/15 Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (market rate and workforce)
Private or Public Company No. 2 Tampa Manufacturing (steel) Metals, PCBs, petroleum related constituents, chlorinated solvents Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 04/10/06 Source removal; groundwater pump and treat; groundwater monitoring; on-site containment; ICs/ECs Tax Refund for Jobs Creation Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs; Liability Protection Office and Industrial Warehouse Park
Private or Public Company No. 2. Indiantown Manufacturing  (steel) Metals, PCBs N/A N/A N/A N/A Source removal; on-site incineration; soil solidification; groundwater pump and treat Evaluated financial incentives associated with pursuing Brownfields designation. TBD by future developer
Developer No. 21 St. Petersburg Urban infill lot Solid waste; perceived contamination risk from adjacent contaminated sites Yes 08/25/16 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 22 St. Petersburg Urban infill lot Perceived contamination risk from adjacent contaminated sites Yes 08/25/16 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Private or Public Company No. 3 Miami Truck fleet storage and maintenance Petroleum related constituents Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 10/04/16 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Expansion of Commercial Business
Private or Public Company No. 3 Miami Truck fleet storage and maintenance Petroleum related constituents Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 03/16/17 ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Expansion of Commercial Business
Developer No. 23 Pompano Beach Golf course Arsenic in soil and groundwater Yes 02/09/16 Yes 05/31/16 Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Single family rental (market rate)
Private or Public Company No. 4 Sweetwater Raw land Perceived contamination risk from two adjacent landfills Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
Big box retail
Developer No. 24 North Miami Gas station Soil and groundwater contamination from operation of former gas station Yes 01/08/13 Yes 03/13/13 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Commercial
Developer No. 25 Miami-Dade County Agricultural Arsenic in soil and groundwater Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/18/15 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 25 Miami Gardens Former waste water treatment plant Arsenic; fecal coliform Yes 06/08/16 Yes 10/04/16 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Private or Public Company No. 5 Lauderhill Distribution Petroleum related constituents, chlorinated solvents Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 06/11/03 Pump and treat; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Townhouse residential  for sale (market rate)
Private or Public Company No. 5 Miami Distribution Petroleum related constituents Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 10/07/05 Groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
TBD by future developer
Developer No. 26 North Miami Beach Manufactured gas plant Coal tar Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes (BSRA Amendment to add new owner) 09/14/14 Active groundwater remediation; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (market rate); charter school; retail
Developer No. 27 Largo Commercial   Yes 05/07/13 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 27 Punta Gorda Commercial Perceived contamination risk from proximity to former mobile home park Yes 04/01/15 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 27 Venice Commercial Perceived contamination risk from adjacent contaminated sites Yes 06/11/13 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Community Development Corporation No. 1 Opa-locka Gas station Petroleum in groundwater Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 09/26/04 Source removal; ICs/ECs Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs; Tax Refund for Jobs Creation Liability Protection Health care; office
Private or Public Company No. 6 Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Perceived – adjacent to petroleum and chlorinated solvent discharges Yes 11/06/12 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
Restaurant/ entertainment (Bokampers)
Developer No. 28 Coral Springs Manufacturing Chlorinated solvents in groundwater Yes 08/19/15 Yes 12/09/15 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Retail & office
Developer No. 28 Miami-Dade County Wood treating plant and lumber yard Arsenic, Chromium, Copper, PAHs Yes 03/05/13 N/A N/A Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
Big box retail, commercial, and industrial
Developer No. 29 Miami Golf course Arsenic in soil and groundwater Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/18/15 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Warehouses
Developer No. 30 Miami Junkyard Petroleum products Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/20/04 Source removal; ICs/ECs; groundwater monitoring
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 30 Miami Pesticide storage and distribution Arsenic, other metals, chlorinated pesticides, petroleum products Yes 06/24/04 N/A N/A N/A N/A Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 30 Miami-Dade County Nursery Arsenic, other metals, chlorinated pesticides Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/17/04 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 30 Oakland Park Agricultural Arsenic in soil and groundwater; solid waste Pending Pending Pending Pending Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 31 Ft. Lauderdale Gas Station Petroleum in soil and groundwater Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment. Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Retail and/or commercial
Developer No. 32 Sweetwater Landfill Solid waste; metals in soil and groundwater; methane vapors Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/31/13 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Hotel and retail
Developer No. 32 Sweetwater Landfill Solid waste; metals in soil and groundwater; methane vapors Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/31/13 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Hotel and retail
Developer No. 33 Miami-Dade County Gas station Soil and groundwater contamination from operation of former gas station Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 06/27/16 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable); retail
Developer No. 34 Miami Multifamily housing Metals; solid waste Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 03/16/17 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable); retail
Developer No. 34 Miami Multifamily housing Metals; solid waste Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 03/16/17 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable); retail
Developer No. 35 West Palm Beach Gas station; laundry; auto paint and body Petroleum products in soil and groundwater; perceived chlorinated solvent contaminations Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding federal and state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment. N/A
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 35 Miami Commercial Perceived contamination risk from proximately located contaminated gas station sites Approval denied N/A N/A N/A N/A
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 35 Miami Commercial Perceived contamination risk from past use as former lumber yard Approval denied N/A N/A N/A N/A
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 35 Miami Commercial Perceived contamination risk from proximately located contaminated gas station, auto repair and drycleaning sites Approval denied N/A N/A N/A N/A
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 35 North Miami Former waste water treatment plant; nursery Metals, dieldrin, ammonia, fecal coliform, petroleum related constituents Evaluated state and federal Brownfield incentives in support of client’s redevelopment proposal. Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction.
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 35 South Miami Commercial Perceived contamination risk from adjacent contaminated printing site Yes 09/17/13 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction.
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 36 Tallahassee Petroleum storage; rail yard Various metals, including arsenic, dioxin, and chromium, petroleum related constituents, illegally buried solid waste Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 08/15/05 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection[8]
Marriot Hotel/ Conference Center
Private or Public Company No. 7 St. Petersburg Automotive servicing Metals in soil Yes 06/07/12 N/A N/A Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Big box retail
Developer No. 37 Seminole Gas station; drycleaners Chlorinated solvents from drycleaning operation; petroleum contamination from gas station Yes 11/12/13 Yes 12/22/14 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Mixed-use with retail and residential
Developer No. 38 North Miami Beach Landfill Metals, ammonia, methane Yes 12/02/02 Yes 04/07/03 Source removal; methane barrier and monitoring; groundwater monitoring;  ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  •  Liability Protection
Publix and inline retail and commercial
Private or Public Company No. 8 Opa-locka Industrial Petroleum Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A Yes 12/28/12 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Expansion of existing use
Developer No. 39 City of Fort Lauderdale Industrial (Boat sales and maintenance) Arsenic Yes 02/16/16 Yes 05/02/16 Source removal; ICs/ECs/
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Private or Public Company No. 9 Apopka Raw land Solid waste; perception of agrichemical contamination Client withdrew application. Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Auburndale Nursery Arsenic Yes 12/16/02 Yes 11/07/02 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Boynton Beach Retail center Chlorinated solvents from dry-cleaning operations Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Citrus County Manufacturing (asphalt and concrete) Chlorinated solvents Yes 07/09/02 Yes 12/23/02[9] Pump and treat; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Escambia County Retail center Chlorinated solvents from dry-cleaning operations, petroleum related constituents Yes 11/17/05 N/A N/S Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 El Portal Agricultural; coin operated drycleaner; mobile home park Ammonia, arsenic, drycleaning chemicals Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment. N/A
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Homestead Gas station Petroleum related constituents in soil and groundwater Yes 08/22/12 Yes 12/28/12 Source removal; groundwater remediation; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Hillsborough County Manufacturing (paint) Metals, petroleum related constituents, chlorinated solvents Yes 03/20/02 Yes 11/06/02 Pump and treat; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Jacksonville Unpermitted landfill, auto servicing, general industrial Metals; chlorinated pesticides, petroleum related constituents, ammonia Yes 01/25/05 Yes 12/21/05 Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 LaBelle Citrus grove Arsenic in soil Yes 06/12/14 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Largo Urban infill site adjacent to contaminated truck stop and gas station Perception of petroleum related constituents Yes 03/05/13 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Miami Rail yard Petroleum, arsenic Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Miami-Dade County Automotive dealership Metals, petroleum Located in existing Brownfield Area N/A N/A N/A Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Miami-Dade County Golf course Arsenic in soil and groundwater Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment. Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Miami-Dade County Retail center Chlorinated solvents from drycleaning operations Yes 05/17/11 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Pompano Beach Multi-parcel; former automotive sales, servicing, and body shop; warehouses Metals, petroleum Yes 05/28/13 Yes 11/14/13 Source removal; groundwater remediation; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 St. Petersburg Retail center Chlorinated solvents from dry-cleaning operations Yes 11/21/08 Yes 12/29/08 ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Sunrise Retail center Metals, petroleum Yes 12/10/13 Yes 12/20/13 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Sarasota Landfill Metals, PCBs, petroleum related constituents, ammonia, illegally buried solid waste Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment. N/A
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Tampa Automotive servicing Automotive related Yes 10/03/13 N/A N/A Source removal
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
Big box retail
Private or Public Company No. 9 Miami-Dade County Golf course Arsenic in soil and groundwater Engaged by client to research and provide counsel regarding state Brownfields incentives to support redevelopment. Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Job Creation
  • Liability Protection
Big box retail
Developer No. 40 Miramar Golf course; nursery Arsenic Yes 11/15/11 Yes 12/22/11 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (market rate)
Developer No. 41 Longwood Truck and heavy equipment storage Solid waste on-site; groundwater contamination from adjacent auto repair Engaged to do so; in progress Pending N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 41 Orange County Agricultural Perception of on-site and off-site agricultural related contamination Engaged to do so; in progress Pending N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 41 Orange County Former citrus grove Organochlorine pesticides Engaged to do so; in progress Pending N/A N/A Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 42 Pompano Beach Golf course Arsenic Yes 12/08/15 Yes 12/18/15 Source removal; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Multifamily rental (market rate)
Developer No. 43 Eustis Agricultural Perception of on-site and off-site agricultural related contamination Yes 10/20/16 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 43 Lakeland Agricultural Perception of on-site and off-site agricultural related contamination Yes 03/06/17 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 43 Riviera Beach Agricultural Perception of on-site and off-site agricultural related contamination Pending Pending N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 43 Margate Agricultural Perception of on-site and off-site agricultural related contamination Yes 04/05/17 N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Public Utility No. 1 North Miami Beach Manufactured gas plant Coal tar Yes 11/15/16 Yes 12/21/16 Source removal; groundwater remediation; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Commercial and retail
Public Utility No. 1 North Miami Beach Manufactured gas plant Coal tar Yes 11/15/16 Yes 12/21/16 Source removal; groundwater remediation; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Commercial and retail
Developer No. 44 Pompano Beach Golf course Arsenic in soil and groundwater Yes 11/08/16 Yes 12/31/16 Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Liability Protection
Single family for sale (market rate)
Developer No. 45 Tampa Nursing home with underground storage tank (“UST”) system Perception of petroleum contamination from on-site UST use and of hazardous substance contamination from off-site industrial uses Engaged to do so; in progress Pending N/A N/A Proper management of impacted media, if any, during site development and construction
  • Refund of Building Materials Sales Tax
Multifamily rental (affordable)
Developer No. 46 Tequesta Former nursery Arsenic in soil and groundwater; petroleum related constituents Yes 12/08/16 Yes 12/14/16 Source removal; groundwater monitoring; ICs/ECs
  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection
Senior Care Facility
Lender 1 Lake Park Landfill Metals, pesticides, petroleum, ammonia Yes 12/07/16 Yes 12/19/16 Source removal;

ICs/ECs; groundwater monitoring

  • Tax Credit for Cleanup Costs
  • Tax Refund for Jobs Creation
  • Liability Protection
Industrial warehouse, self storage, and/or commercial

 



[1] Reflects matters worked on by Firm lawyers at either The Goldstein Environmental Law Firm, P.A., or a previous firm.

[2] Also: Obtained $450,000 Brownfields Cleanup Grant from U.S. EPA and $65,000 Brownfield Site Assessment Grant from Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

[3] Also: Obtained $450,000 Brownfields Cleanup Grant from U.S. EPA and $65,000 Brownfield Site Assessment Grant from Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

[4] BSRA amended on December 287, 2016; Firm effectuated amendment.

[5] BSRA Amendment to add client (new owner).

[6] Provided legal and consulting support during Brownfields designation.

[7] Provided legal and consulting support during Brownfields designation.

[8] Also successfully applied for Brownfields Source Removal Grant from Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

[9] BSRA amended on December 24, 2011; Firm effectuated amendment.