Fridley Lands $500,000 State Grant for Ex-BAE Site Cleanup and Redevelopment

Agency - Department of Employment and Economic Development

Fridley landed a $500,000 state grant to clean up and redevelop the former 122-acre, BAE Systems site.


The site is where developer Paul Hyde plans to build a business center on East River Road south of Interstate Hwy. 694. The grant was administered by the Department of Employment and Economic Development, which will be used in the first of four phases proposed for the site.


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