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Read about Hilco Redevelopment Partners’ (HRP) latest business transactions, redevelopment progress, and other company news.

Jeremy Grey Focuses on HRP’s Three Pillars

Jeremy Grey leads HRP’s redevelopment team through challenging projects with a special emphasis on environment, economy, and community

Hilco Acquires 8.5 Acre Industrial Site in South Florida

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a unit of Hilco Global, has acquired an 8.5-acre industrial development site located at 11002 Northwest South River Drive in Medley, Florida.

Hilco buys 9-acre industrial development site in Miami-Dade

The underutilized site located in Metropolitan Miami-Dade County, FL and will be developed as a state-of-the-art multi-tenant logistics facility to support increasing tenant demand in the market

Hilco Redevelopment Partners Completes Property Purchase in South Florida Industrial Development Market - News

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a unit of Hilco Global, announced the purchase of an industrial development site located at 11002 Northwest S. River Drive in Medley, FL.

HRP Acquires Industrial Development Site in Medley – ConnectCRE

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a unit of Hilco Global, has acquired a nearly nine-acre industrial development site in Medley, FL.

Real Estate Rumors: Hilco, Chewy, Rosenthal

Hilco Redevelopment Partners has picked up a Medley, Florida, development site for $8.4 million, the South Florida Journal reported

Hilco Redevelopment Partners Completes The Purchase Of An 8.5-Acre Property In The Booming South Florida Industrial Development Market

Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a unit of Hilco Global, announced today the purchase of an industrial development site located at 11002 Northwest S. River Drive in Medley, FL. The 8.5-acre property is part of a larger 25-acre Superfund site which has previously undergone corrective action

40 Under 40: Stephanie Eggert, Hilco Redevelopment Partners

Some developers would see a former refinery and think only of its obstacles, but Stephanie Eggert and her team saw its potential for revitalization. Through Hilco Redevelopment Partners, she is working to transform the 1,300-acre former Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery site into a state-of-the-art multi-modal logistics hub.