City of Marshfield Wisconsin Seeking Proposals for Purchase and Development

City of Marshfield Wisconsin Seeking Proposals for Purchase and Development

City of Marshfield

The City of Marshfield Planning and Economic Development Department is seeking proposals for the purchase and development of 8.22 acres of real estate located in the southern portion of the city at 29th Street and Peach Avenue. The property offers a unique opportunity for the development of single family homes, as it is already adjacent to an existing single family home development. The Engineering Division of the City of Marshfield has prepared a plat (available upon request) which shows utility connections and street layout.

The project should create a medium-density moderately priced; single family housing development designed to fit the existing context of the surrounding neighborhood. The development must return the property to the tax roll with a corresponding increase in the tax base.

Proposals should be organized in a manner that allows for complete review of each project element. Submittals should be mailed (postmarked) or delivered (stamped) no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday June 7, 2004 to the City of Marshfield, Planning and Economic Development Department, 630 South Central Avenue, P.O. Box 727, Marshfield, WI 54449.

The proposal should be labeled "Jaycee Park Development" and consist of the following elements:

  • One bound proposal in color
  • Six copies in black and white
  • One electronic version submitted either on disk or CD-ROM
  • A one-page summary of the proposal that will be used to present the project to the media and the public.

    Staff, a citizen-at-large member of the Plan Commission, and a member of the Board of Public Works of the City of Marshfield will evaluate the proposals using the following criteria:

    Criteria # of Points
    Quality, attractiveness, and feasibility of the proposed development 20
    The purchase price to be offered for the site 10
    Developer's expertise, experience, and financial capacity 15
    Relationship of the proposal to the surrounding neighborhood 10
    Utilization of urban design principles 5
    Estimated total project costs and estimated tax base to be generated from the development 15
    Proposed development schedule 5
    The amount of public support or development assistance (lower the amount of public support will be regarded as better) 10
    The overall responsiveness to the requirements of the RFP 10

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    For more information contact:

    Amber Miller
    City of Marshfield
    630 South Central Avenue, P.O. Box 727
    Wisconsin 54449

    Phone: 715-486-9139
    Fax: 715-384-7631
    Email: [email protected]

  • Posted April 29, 2004

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