Guiding buyers, sellers, and owners of commercial real estate to understand environmental risks and liabilities.
The sale or purchase of commercial or industrial properties typically requires an understanding of potential environmental risks associated with the parcel. Obtaining state and federal redevelopment grants, such as community block grants and HUD grants, can also require an assessment of the environmental risks specific to the particular parcels of land.
The applicability of environmental statutes such as the Connecticut Transfer Act are often viewed as an obstacle to the transfer of certain commercial and industrial parcels.
Berkshire can guide buyers, sellers, and owners of commercial real estate through the process of understanding the environmental risks and liabilities associated with such parcels as well as potential regulatory requirements.
Berkshire’s Environmental Risk & Property Transfer Assessment services include:
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Performing a Phase I Site Assessment of active horse farm consisting of two parcels of land totaling over 275 acres.
Performing a Phase I Site Assessment of active dairy farm consisting of multiple parcels totaling over 300 acres.
Performing a Phase I Site Assessment on an abandoned industrial complex of an active industrial facility that manufactured plastic coatings.
Performing a Phase I Site Assessment on an abandoned industrial complex of two parcels of land with four separate buildings.