What’s in store for the former IMICo property?
Guelph, ON, February 27, 2015 – The City is hosting an open house to share information and answer questions about redeveloping the brownfield site at 200 Beverley Street– the former International Malleable Iron Company (IMICo) property.
Subject matter experts will be available to answer questions about the potential uses for the site, future opportunities for community input, and ongoing environmental monitoring and management.
Ask us anything
Learn more about the site’s history and potential uses at guelph.ca/brownfields or visit us in person at the information open house.
200 Beverley Street Information Open House
Italian Canadian Club, 135 Ferguson Street, Guelph
Wednesday, March 4 Noon-2 p.m., 6-8 p.m.
Peter Cartwright, General Manager, Economic Development
Prasoon Adhkari, Environmental Engineer, Engineering Services
What’s in store for 200 Beverley Street?
The City is not approving a specific plan… yet. The City is actively marketing the property to potential investors—companies that understand the challenges and benefits of redeveloping brownfields like this one. Investors are invited to share their ideas for residential, commercial, and community uses like parks, arenas, community centres, or education facilities.
- Environmental condition of 200 Beverley Street
- Questions and answers about 200 Beverly Street
- Site history and related reports
- Benefits of brownfield redevelopment
For more information
Peter Cartwright, General Manager
519-822-1260 extension 2820