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Response Due Date: June 26, 2013
Evaluation Completed by City and DART July 10, 2013
Recommendation of Short List (3 teams) Presented to Council Subcommittee July 28, 2013
Release of RFP to Short List August 7, 2013
The deadline for written questions was June 12, 2013.
See here for the written Q & A.
Please note: As of June 19, 2013, addenda have not been issued.
Pre-Proposal Conference was held June 4, 2013. For more info:
See the PowerPoint slideshow about the area, the RFQ, and the City's Vision.
See here for a list of Pre-Proposal Conference attendees.
See here for the Q & A.
Relevant Market Studies:
DART's Trinity Mills Station Market Overview by Economic & Planning Systems, Inc. April 24, 2013.
City's July 2008 Project Raiford Market Analysis includes a hotel market analysis by Hunden Strategic Partners.
About: The City of Carrollton, in conjunction with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), will soon be soliciting developer qualifications from firms interested in providing master development services for the Trinity Mills Transit Center District, a Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) area located adjacent to the DART Green Line Transit Station.
The properties to be developed are located just east of the Trinity Mills rail transit station. The City owns five parcels totaling approximately 646,723 square feet (14.85 acres). DART owns 466,092 square feet (10.24 acres) that was previously used as a bus transit center. Since completion of the DART Green Line LRT, this property is no longer needed for transit operations and would be available for TOD under a long term ground lease.
The City's TOD objectives are to create sustainable, vibrant, livable district with a variety of high-density residential, office, and retail uses, incorporating enhanced pedestrian amenities, and supporting transit ridership.
DART seeks to work in partnership with cities in the DART service area to implement TOD opportunities. By promoting high quality TOD on and near DART owned properties, the transit system can attract riders, generate new opportunities to create revenues for DART, and support environmentally sustainable livable communities that are focused on transit accessibility.
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