NEW HAVEN — The city’s Office of Economic Development has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the redevelopment of the former Strong School at 69 Grand Avenue.
Proposals for the two-story 33,000 square-foot building on 1.06 acres could include residential, cultural and mixed-use development projects complementing adjacent residential areas on Clinton Avenue and Perkins Street.
Built in 1915, Strong School is part of the Quinnipiac River Historic District Extension and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Developers must be qualified to execute their project in its entirety, including financing, design, community and stakeholder involvement, public approvals, any required environmental remediation and hazardous building material abatement, construction, leasing, marketing, management and operations.
For more information, visit: cityofnewhaven.com/PurchasingBureauOnline/show_oppsIP.asp?RFPID=D101074C-E95F-43DF-9093-67DCC44A7CCE.
The deadline for proposals is 11 a.m. ON June 18.