DOVER, Del. - Delaware took another step toward downtown revitalization in the First State on Thursday, as Governor Jack Markell signed the Downtown Development program into law.
Through it, cities and towns can apply to have a portion of the area designated as a Downtown Development District.
Investors could then potentially qualify for significant incentives, after investing at least $25,000 into a project.
The Governor's office says the application process hasn't started yet, but specifics on the program and benefits is expected in the coming weeks.