First there were greenfields, then brown-fields, and then grayfields. Now a new color has been added to the lexicon of land acquisition and urban revitalization. Enter “redfields,” a descriptor for underperforming commercial properties that are bleeding, “in the red,” and unlikely to survive their current use. The term, however, is more semantics than groundbreaking, writer Jonathan Lerner surmised in a recent story for

Find out who made this year's The Replacement 100!
Close X