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August 6th, 2009, 6:52 pm
The Brooklyn Navy Yard recently released its RFP for the redevelopment of the Admiral’s Row site. MAS sees the RFP process as an opportunity to provide practical information to developers interested in responding to the RFP and to encourage the retention and rehabilitation of more than just the required two historic buildings on the site. As part of our Admiral’s Row work, MAS has developed several site plans showing how additional historic buildings can be integrated into new development on the site. In addition, we have gathered many resources on the history and potential future of the site.We are eager to work with developers in tailoring our initial site plans to the information provided in the RFP and to aid in identifying tax credits and financial incentives to help fund the preservation of these buildings.
We hope that our experience and information will be helpful to responders looking to create an exciting new development at Admiral’s Row that combines both new construction and the preservation of the incredibly-significant historic buildings. Continue reading for downloadable resources and further information
The RFP deadline is set for October 19, 2009, but there is a mandatory informational meeting next Tuesday, August 11th, 10 am, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard (full information here). Here are several downloadable resources for potential RFP responders:
Also, be sure to check out our Admiral’s Row video, which explains the history of the site.
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