Where Steel And Autos Were Made, Builders Plan Warehouses For Digital America

GM isn't the only area heavy-industry site that's being marketed for warehouses and delivery logistics centers, as the digital economy upends old distribution patterns. The Claymont Steel mill, sheds, and chimneys that towered over the Delaware River, I-95/495, and rail lines before they were closed by Russia-based owner Evraz Steel in 2014, have been leveled and trucked away by crews from Commercial Development Co. of St. Louis and its affiliate, Environmental Liability Transfer Inc. The company has donated 12 acres for an expanded Claymont SEPTA-DART station and parking, making the site more attractive to employers, says executive vice president Stephen Collins.

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