Saturday, September 26, 2015

RFP Moves Forward

On August 11, at the Hudson Development Corporation Quarterly Community Update Meeting, Sheena Salvino reported that the first draft of an RFP (request for proposal) for the former Kaz site at Cross Street and Tanners Lane had been submitted to the HDC Board.

Now, more than seven weeks later, with Salvino at work on the second draft of the RFP, John Mason has an article about the hopes for this vacant property, which the City acquired in December 2010, in the Register-Star: "City seeks developer for Kaz warehouse parcel."

1 comment:

  1. Particular proposals notwithstanding, the HDC should be applauded for its admirable approach to development:

    “You’d have to think about geography and runoff ... We want an environmentally conscious developer, one who is conscious of the history of Hudson, one who is forward-thinking about energy, environment, the use of space and visual aesthetics. You want a developer who takes that into consideration.”