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Posted: 06/23/2016

Employer
Richardson Center Corporation

Reuse of the Richardson Olmsted Complex is the mission of the not for profit 501(c)(3) Richardson Center Corporation. Widely considered to be one of Buffalo’s most important and beautiful buildings, it is being adaptively reused as a hospitality venue and cultural amenity for the city.


Position
RFQ: Redevelopment Consultant for the Richardson Olmsted Complex
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Buffalo, NY
Details
 

The Richardson Center Corporation (RCC) seeks a Redevelopment Consultant for future phases of the Richardson Olmsted Complex reuse, a National Historic Landmark in Buffalo, NY.  The adaptive reuse and historic rehabilitation is underway in one-third (180,000 square feet) of the 145-year-old former Buffalo State Hospital.  Starting with the Core Project, the first phase of development is under construction.  Hotel Henry Urban Resort and Conference Center will open April 1, 2017 and the Buffalo Architecture Center will open in Fall 2017. 

The RCC is undertaking a qualifications-based selection of a Redevelopment Consultant to prepare a plan for future phases of redevelopment of the remaining buildings and grounds, 10 buildings, and 300,000 square feet.  The deadline for receipt of submissions is 4:00 p.m. EST on July 29, 2015.

 

OPen until
07/29/2016

How to apply
To view the full Request for Qualifications (RFQ) and submission instructions see http://www.richardson-olmsted.com/about/news/article:redevelopment-consultant-for-roc/.
Monica Pellegrino Faix
Phone: 7166011150
ADDRESS
726 Exchange Street, Suite 1006
Buffalo, NY 14210

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