ANDERSON — Former General Motors Plant 18 could soon see new life and be back on city tax rolls.
The plant, abandoned upon GM’s exodus out of Anderson, has found a potential buyer, and city officials say the buyer is serious.
“I feel very comfortable with the buyer,” said Charlie Braddock, Redevelopment Commission attorney. “They know what they’re buying; they’ve already got an intended use for it.”
Economic development workers generally do not name potential developers until the deal is sealed, as most companies request confidentiality.
Plant 18, on Scatterfield Road, includes the building, garage and parking lot to the north of the plant. It totals 22 acres between two parcels.
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