article on development plans for Salem’s Blubber Hollow.  “These days, developers are looking with favor upon the dilapidated ruins. Nearly $80 million in investment is planned for the area, and it’s possible that within a year, work could begin on all of the sites. The projects include a $30 million office park on the site of the former Sylvania light plant that would include the Salem Senior Center; a $7 million building that would house 44 condos and 6,000 square feet of commercial space at a former tannery on Goodhue Street; and another $40 million for two separate projects that would add 271 apartments and 22,500 square feet of retail space at two other former tanneries.”