New Project: Residential Development In Florida
The City of Tampa has issued a request for proposals (“RFP”) for the development of an 18-acre plot.
Where is it happening?
Why is it important?
With Tampa wanting to place “emphasis on housing affordability and strategic growth, [the City] can invest back into this dynamic neighborhood and continue shaping the West River area into a top destination for residents to live, work and play.” (Mayor Jane Castor, The City of Tampa)
The development should align with the city’ strategic housing affordability initiative
The development should complement the surrounding community and account for transportation and sustainability
The development should encourage minority participation and community investment
Deadline and Additional Info?
Proposals must be received by 12:00 PM (EST) on December 15, 2020
The RFP package, instructions, and additional information on this opportunity can be found on the City’s website at tampagov.net/DEO/RFPs
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