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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

Major Redevelopment Of South Boston Power Plant Approved

The Boston Planning and Development Agency approved a massive 1.68M SF development at the site of the long-dormant Edison Power Plant in South Boston.

How Philly’s biggest 2020 real estate deal could create opportunities for Philly students

When Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a real estate investor that remediates obsolete industrial sites, bought the 1,300-acre former Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery out of bankruptcy in June, all eyes were on the Chicago-based company.

Hilco Helps Donates Thousands of New Winter Coats and Cold Weather Apparel in "Hilco Helps Warm the Winter" National Philanthropy Initiative

Hilco Helps launches Warm the Winter Initiative with Coat and Winter Accessory donations

Alexandria power plant along the Potomac to become mixed-use project

A development company with a history of transforming obsolete facilities has purchased one of the largest industrial sites in Alexandria and plans to build housing, office space and retail, granting residents new access to a large swath of the Potomac River.

The long-awaited redevelopment of ugly, toxic abandoned coal-fired power plant in a prime spot on the Potomac River is at hand

On November 16, 2020, Illinois-based Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP), a unit of Hilco Global, announced the purchase of the approximately 20-acre Potomac River Generating Station (PRGS) site in Alexandria, Virginia.