Hollywood Accepting Proposals for the Redevelopment of University Station Site
The City of Hollywood, Florida, received an unsolicited proposal submitted under the provisions of Section 255.065, Florida Statutes, Public-Private Partnerships, for “University Station” to finance, develop, construct and manage an urban, mixed-use project on approximately 2.5 acres of City-owned real estate in Downtown Hollywood. The City-owned site is located along a major north/south corridor known as the Dixie Highway/Florida East Coast Railway Corridor, between Fillmore, Taylor, and Polk Streets, and adjacent to N. 21st Avenue (“Site”). The Site currently houses the City of Hollywood’s Shuffleboard Center and Courts, a public parking lot and a repurposed former fire station that is leased to Barry University College of Nursing & Health Sciences. The Site is also located within the Downtown District of the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency.
The City has published the required legal notice of the acceptance of an unsolicited proposal under the provision of 255.065 and is willing to accept other proposals to finance, develop, construct and manage an urban, mixed-use project on this property. Competitive proposals should be for an innovative, mixed-use, market-driven concept that takes full advantage of the Site. The City has determined the unsolicited proposal is sufficient for consideration as a qualified proposal and will accept other project proposals during this notification period. No final decision has been made relative to selecting any proposal for this site.
Description of Site and Redevelopment Opportunity
Guidelines for Proposal Submission
Evaluation Criteria for Proposals
Legal Advertisement of Unsolicited Proposal
University Station TOD Design Charrette and Master Plan
Barry University Lease
Any party who has an interest in submitting a competing proposal under the provisions of Section 255.065, Florida Statutes, is invited to submit a proposal in compliance with the provisions of Section. 255.065(5), Florida Statutes. The submitted proposal must include eight hard copies and one electronic copy, and must be submitted no later than 3:00 p.m. on March 12, 2020 to: City of Hollywood, Office of the City Clerk, 2600 Hollywood Blvd. Room 221, Hollywood, Florida 33020. No proposals will be accepted after 3:00 p.m. on March 12, 2020.
For questions, please contact:
Paul Bassar, Director of Procurement Services