Vita Nuova is helping to re-envision a bankrupted college campus for reuse. Dana College, a former private college in Blair, Nebraska, that ceased operations in 2010, sits on a 150-acre campus. The project, known as Transformation Hill, recently received $17.4 million in funding to redevelop two former dormitories into 61 affordable apartments. Funding sources include the Nebraska Finance Authority, Nebraska Department of Economic Development, and historic tax credits from the State of Nebraska and the federal government. Some campus buildings are also eligible for federal dollars for asbestos abatement under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Brownfields and Land Revitalization Program. As part of U.S. EPA Land Revitalization Technical Assistance, an Open House is planned for December 6 for corporations and nonprofits interested in identifying potential reuse opportunities for several campus buildings.