Request For Qualifications: Downtown Retail, Entertainment And Residential Complex

Request For Qualifications: Downtown Retail, Entertainment And Residential Complex

Lexington Downtown Development Authority

Request for Qualifications:
Downtown Retail, Entertainment and Residential Complex

The Lexington Downtown Development Authority in Lexington Kentucky is soliciting qualifications for the Lexington High Street Plaza (Transit Center) Air Rights Development in Downtown Lexington. The desired project may include a variety of commercial, cultural uses such as movie theaters, restaurants, nightclubs, retail and a residential component of condominiums, rental or a mixture of both.

Lexington Kentucky, home to the University of Kentucky, continues to have steady growth within the region and downtown. There are currently over 20 residential and mixed use projects with a value of over $250 million underway in the downtown area. The air rights are publicly owned and located in the heart of downtown, one block from the University of Kentucky campus, and three blocks from the Lexington Center, which contains the Lexington Convention Center, the Shops at Lexington Center and Rupp Arena.
To receive a copy of the RFQ or for more information contact the Lexington Downtown Development Authority, attention Harold Tate at 859.425.2297, or by email [email protected].

Submittal deadline is 4 p.m. EST on Friday June 2, 2006.

Related Link: Lexington Downtown Development Authority

For more information contact:

Harold Tate
Lexington Downtown Development Authority
101 East Vine Street, Suite 500
Kentucky 40507

Phone: (859) 425-2297
Fax: (859) 425-2292
Email: [email protected]

Posted April 10, 2006

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