‘Prep work’

This summer, heavy machinery rolled onto the vacant lot next to Surf Laundry and Dry Cleaning, tearing up the cement pad and leveling the dirt below.

The property has been empty since the old Brewster’s building was demolished in 2015. Despite the recent activity, though, there are no immediate plans to rebuild, according to a spokeswoman for Cook Inlet Housing Authority, the nonprofit developer that owns the land. The summer groundwork is “ongoing prep work so that we are ready when the right opportunity comes along,” said Sezy Gerow-Hanson, CIHA director of public and resident relations.

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