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The Town of Queen Creek has three Town Center sites for which the Town will be issuing Request for Proposals (RFP) (see site map below). 

Site 1- Download Site 1 RFP

*** Pre-proposal meeting will be held June 11, 9 - 10 AM in the Community Chambers, 20727 E. Civic Parkway, Queen Creek. Please RSVP to Jennifer.Lindley@QueenCreek.Org ***

RFP map

Additional material related to Site 1: 

Town Center Plan Update

Design Guidelines and Executive Summary 

Zoning Information - Downtown Core

As part of this RFP, the Town is seeking uses typically found in Downtown’s. Uses should be more “specialty” in nature, which is defined as a brand, product, restaurant or business that is marketed (distributed and promoted) in a relatively small and restricted geographical area. Additionally, users should focus on walkability, connectivity, and engagement of social and civic life.

Timeline

May 9, 2019- RFP opens

June 11, 9 - 10 AM - Pre-proposal meeting in Community Chambers, 20727 E. Civic Parkway

Please RSVP to Jennifer.Lindley@QueenCreek.Org if planning to attend pre-proposal meeting

June 17, COB - Deadline for inquiries

August 7, 3 PM- RFP closes

RFP 19-025 Addendum 5-15-19

1. Can brokers fill out the submittal to get information on the developer RFP?
Anyone can download the RFP from the Town's website. 

2. Can we bid on just one of the properties?
In the next several months, the Town will issue RFP's for Sites 2 & 3.  Proposal teams can submit for any or all of the sites if desired.  The RFP that is open now is only for Site 1. 

3. Would the Town consider multi-family or senior housing?
As part of this RFP, the Town is seeking uses typically found in Downtown’s. Uses should be more “specialty” in nature, which is defined as a brand, product, restaurant or business that is marketed (distributed and promoted) in a relatively small and restricted geographical area. Additionally, users should focus on walkability, connectivity, and engagement of social and civic life. 

4. What else do we need to know about this RFP?
Please review the Town Center Plan, Design Guidelines and additional information that is posted on this page, queencreek.org/investdowntown

5. Does the Town of Queen Creek pay a commission on this or do we have to get paid by the buyer? 
No, the Town of Queen Creek is under no obligation to pay a broker fee, commission or any other compensation. 

6. Are there already market prices set for these sites?   
The Town did not list a sale or lease price in the RFP.  As stated in the RFP, the Town is asking that proposals address these terms.