Lorain, Ohio Waterfront Development Opportunities
The Lorain Port and Finance Authority (Lorain Port) and the City of Lorain, with the support of Team NEO and JobsOhio, are releasing Request for Proposal (RFP) documents for three waterfront development opportunities. The three properties are all publicly owned by either the Lorain Port or the City of Lorain. These properties include the Pellet Terminal (City owned), the southern portion of Black River Landing (Port owned) and the Boat Launch Facility (Port owned). Each of these properties has been identified for its highest and best use for development through a market study commissioned by the Lorain Port and the City of Lorain.
Additional details on these sites and more can be found in the RFP documents linked here.
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