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St. Louis Park issues RFP for Southwest LRT Beltline Blvd. Station redevelopment site

Post Date:July 13, 2017 9:54 a.m.
The City of St. Louis Park is requesting proposals to redevelop approximately 6.6 acres of land along the METRO Green Line Extension/Southwest Light Rail Transit (SWLRT) known as the Beltline Blvd. Station Redevelopment Site.

This rare, first-ring redevelopment opportunity has excellent visibility and exceptional access to multimodal transportation. The city is primarily looking for a development team that has the imagination, ability, and capacity to transform this well-positioned, transit-oriented site into a vibrant “live, work, play” place with:

• Mixed-use development (including multi-family residential, office and small commercial components),
• Housing density to support ridership,
• Mixed-income housing (both market rate and affordable), and
• High-quality shared site amenities.

The Request for Proposal and its attachments are available at www.stlouispark.org/business/swlrt-beltline-blvd-station-redevelopment-site.

Interested developers are invited to attend a pre-proposal question and answer meeting Thursday, August 3, at 10 a.m. at the Wolfe Lake Professional Center, 5000 W. 36th St., St. Louis Park.

Developers intending to submit a response to the RFP are asked to notify Julie Grove via email at jgrove@stlouispark.org no later than August 11 in order to receive any changes or clarifications to the RFP.

Proposals are due in city offices by 4 p.m. Central Time Friday, September 15, 2017.