Request For Qualifications - City Of Farmers Branch, Texas

Request For Qualifications - City Of Farmers Branch, Texas

City of Farmers Branch

The majority of the buildings comprising the Four Corners study area were constructed more than thirty years ago, including some dating back to the 1950s. Challenges now facing the Four Corners area include: struggling businesses; rising vacancy rates; deteriorating structures and parking areas; lack of reinvestment; poor site layouts limiting visibility and accessibility; lack of amenities; and the presence of large, underutilized surface parking lots.
The consultant(s) will assist the city and stakeholders in creating a sustainable long-term vision for an authentic, desirable place and development of a comprehensive program to achieve that vision. It is anticipated the scope of services will minimally require a market analysis; charrettes and/or visioning sessions; a clearly articulated implementation strategy and a marketing plan to attract new business and stimulate reinvestment.
Inquires concerning this project should be directed to Michael Spicer, Director of Community Services, City of Farmers Branch at 972-919-2546 (Phone) 972-919-2544 (Fax); or [email protected] (e-mail).

Related Link: Four Corners

For more information contact:

Michael Spicer
City of Farmers Branch
13000 William Dodson Parkway
Farmers Branch
Texas 75234

Phone: 972-919-2546
Fax: 972-919-2544
Email: [email protected]

Posted August 3, 2006

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