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Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP) acquires and redevelops complex real estate assets by leveraging the extensive capabilities of Hilco Global to responsibly bring new uses to these properties.

Portfolio to Date


40
Million

Square Feet Acquired Real Estate
$2.5
Billion

Assets Under Management
5,000
Acres

Acquired in North America

Portfolio to Date


40 Million Square Feet
Acquired Real Estate

$2.5 Billion Assets
Under Management

5,000 Acres Acquired in North America

Hilco Redevelopment Partners News

Hilco Again Providing Scholarships to Little Village Residents

For the third year in a row, Hilco Global will provide two scholarship opportunities for students living in the West Side’s Little Village community.

Alexandria Power Plant Redevelopment Includes Bike Improvements

Bicyclists won’t be left out of the plans when the GenOn Energy plant is redeveloped as a major part of the Old Town North Small Area Plan, originally adopted by the city in 2017. Cyclists will see trail improvements on East Abingdon Drive, Slaters Lane, Royal Street and the sliver of trail between the power plant and the river when the project gets going.

Hilco Redevelopment Partners and Redgate Capital Partners receive approval to redevelop the Edison Power Plant in South Boston

South Boston, MA Hilco Redevelopment Partners and Redgate Capital Partners, the real estate development partnership behind the redevelopment of L Street Station received approval from the Boston Planning and Development Agency

Hilco Redevelopment Partners' Cori Rosales Accepted to the Chicago City Council Latino Caucus Foundation Leadership Academy 2021 Cohort

Hilco Redevelopment Partners is proud to announce that Cori Rosales has been accepted to the 2021 cohort of the Chicago City Council Latino Caucus Foundation (CLCF) Leadership Academy. Founded by the CLCF in 2018, the Leadership Academy was created to further develop the next generation of leaders in Chicago who offer diversity of thought, education, and experiences.

L Street Station Approved

The Boston Planning and Development Agency (the BPDA) granted approval for a mixed-use redevelopment of the original Edison Power Plant site. Everyone now residing in South Boston is familiar with the power plant’s massive structure and stacks, which tower over the intersection of L/Summer and First Streets

Redevelopment of South Boston Edison Power Plant Wins BPDA Approval

BOSTON – Hilco Redevelopment Partners and Redgate Capital Partners, the real estate development partnership behind the redevelopment of L Street Station, has received approval from the Boston Planning and Development Agency

Our mission is to take on complex projects where we return economic opportunity to industrial sites that have run their useful life. We have been successfully acquiring and redeveloping obsolete properties in cities across the country, bringing new economic life to places in need of revitalization and opportunity.

– Roberto Perez, CEO

Hilco Redevelopment Partners is comprised of leaders with extensive experience redeveloping some of the nation’s most complex and challenging real estate.

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