Posts by Rutland Redevelopment Authority

9 West Street

Commercial property for sale at $1,500,000 or a lease rate TBD. Building is 8,364 SF on 0.6 Acres with existing 30 parking spaces. Sits on the corner of N. Main Street and West Street with one of the highest traffic counts in Vermont.

Contact Ross Montgomery at Kingsland Company – 802-658-0088 or

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Center St. project starts next week

City officials said Friday a contract for the Center Street Marketplace, also known as the Center Street Alley project, was awarded Wednesday and construction could begin next week with a goal of substantial completion by the end of November. Brennan Duffy, executive director of the Rutland Redevelopment Authority, described the goal of the project as…

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City opens up business incentive program

Officials with the Rutland Redevelopment Authority are hoping more people will take advantage of an incentive program designed to bring new businesses to the city, with new criteria that will make it easier to qualify for a grant of up to $5,000. Also, the program would offer opportunities for secured loans of up to $…

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Sprucing up Strongs

If you have had the occasion to travel along Strongs Avenue since Sunday you have probably noticed a significant improvement to some of the buildings along the western side of the street. These properties recently received a much needed face-lift in anticipation of the city’s significant Gateway Improvement Project, which is slated to begin construction…

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How Rutland Blooms

I sincerely appreciate the Herald’s recent coverage of two related community projects, (Rutland Blooms: Marble and petals, April 29) and want to ensure your readers understand the depth and breadth of support that has been provided by others to make them happen. Click here to read more on

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Evelyn Street Redevelopment RFP Questions and Answers

Evelyn Street Corridor Redevelopment Project RFP – Answers to Vendor Questions Is topographic survey and boundary survey requested on the T.D. Bank parcel? A:  Yes. Has permission been granted by T.D. Bank to work on their property? A:  At this time specific site access agreements are being negotiated with applicable property owners within the redevelopment…

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