Brownfield sites, once productive lands now abandoned or contaminated, present both challenges and opportunities for urban development. As cities like Edmonton seek to revitalize their urban spaces, brownfield redevelopment becomes a key focus. However, the complexity and costs associated with remediating contaminated land can be daunting for builders and developers. To address these challenges and unlock the potential of brownfield sites, the government offers subsidies and incentives to support brownfield redevelopment initiatives. This article explores the crucial role of government subsidies in brownfield redevelopment and the opportunities they present for builders in Edmonton.