DHCD Issues Fall 2021 RFP

Developers Sought for Strategically Located Properties

The Baltimore City Department of Housing & Community Development (DHCD) issued its Fall 2021 Request for Proposals (RFP), offering key sites for future development.  Multiple sites are being offered in the Broadway East, Franklintown Road, Grove Park, Harlem Park, Kenilworth Park, Park Heights, Sandtown Winchester, and South Clifton Park neighborhoods.

DHCD is seeking creative and competitive proposals from experienced and qualified developers with a proven track record in delivering urban development projects. The Agency identified the following city-owned properties with sufficient interest that are primed for redevelopment:

Submissions are due by Friday, December 17, at 11:59 p.m. (EST). DHCD’s Development Division will evaluate proposals considering many factors, including but not limited to the diversity of development teams, proposed financing planning structure as well as an interest in accomplishing specific goals and objectives of the respective neighborhoods and their stakeholders. The department will also work closely with CHAP on sites that are designated historical districts.  

DHCD is hosting a virtual pre-proposal conference on Thursday, October 28, at 5 p.m., to provide details on each site, proposal submission criteria, and timelines. Learn more.

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