The DownRiver Waterfront Conservancy works to bring together business, community and environmental interests to support sustainable economic development on our waterfront.
Economic development brings new jobs to the community along with environmentally friendly retail establishments.
Newly transformed power plant brings high tech company to repurpose into creative office space.
The transformed power plant property office complex created 250 jobs for the community. The expanded tax revenue enabled the city to purchase new police and fire vehicles.
Transformed power plant property engages the community with walkways along the waterfront connecting businesses and retail shopping, bringing jobs and suitable economic revenue to the city.