KICKSTARTING MORAN A plan to reclaim an abandoned urban landmark as a community hub for the arts, energy innovation, local food and waterfront recreation.
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In early February of 2013, the City of Burlington issued a request for waterfront investment concepts to be funded, in part, by approximately $5M in Tax Increment Financing (TIF). On […]
From its debut in 1955, the Moran Plant was a model for functional, utilitarian energy innovation. Spurred by rising fuel costs, a 1977 conversion to wood-chip biomass generation garnered international […]
Burlington Waterfront PIAP Open House – May 7&8 @ Fletcher Free Library The invite is out to a public open house showcasing the fifty-odd Public Investment Action Plan concepts submitted […]
As CEDO and the PIAP Advisory Committee review submitted concepts for Burlington’s Waterfront Public Investment Action Plan, we’re posting an early look at the Moran Ecological redevelopment concept submission from […]
We envision a mixed-use, resource efficient and energy self-sufficient Moran building, housing a collaboration of for- and non-profit businesses. This redevelopment will: Rebuild a model for energy innovation, recognizing the […]