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Colony Park searching for a master developer

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 by Katy McElroy

The Economic Development Department has been looking for a master development partner for Colony Park, and all interested parties are invited to a pre-offer site conference and site visit tomorrow. Colony Park is on 208 acres of publicly owned land near Loyola and Decker lanes, on which the city envisions a “vibrant, sustainable, and mixed-use neighborhood.” The meeting will include a presentation and work overview, as well as resources for a self-guided tour of the site. Offerors will learn about “submittal requirements, evaluation factors, and deadlines for the Colony Park Sustainable Community Request for Qualifications (RFQS). All information covered during the meeting will be posted as an addendum to the solicitation materials. Interested Offerors are encouraged to register as a vendor through the City of Austin Vendor Connection to receive updates on posted addendum and to access the RFQS documents,” according to the city press release. The conference is on Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Turner-Roberts Recreation Center Multipurpose Building, 7201 Colony Loop Drive. The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m. and the self-guided site tour will run from 11 a.m. to noon.

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