RFQ - Alamo Museum Building Architect of Record

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RFQ - Alamo Museum Architectural Design

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City of Cedar Park - Master Developer for Bell Boulevard District

The City of Cedar Park, Texas (“City”) is seeking a qualified, visionary Master Developer to participate in the City’s efforts to develop underutilized and vacant property in the core of the City located adjacent to Bell Boulevard.  The City owns approximately 20 acres that straddle US 183 between Buttercup Creek Boulevard and Park Street.  This is called the “Catalyst Area”. The City also owns approximately 12 acres of parkland referred to as the “Buttercup Creek Natural Area” in several existing City documents.  It is the highest hope of the City that the development of the Catalyst Area led by the chosen Master Developer will spur redevelopment and high-quality development throughout the study area of the Bell Boulevard Redevelopment Master Plan and the broader Bell Boulevard corridor. View the RFQ at Master Developer for Bell Boulevard District.

The Bell Boulevard District is located on the primary north-south corridor for Cedar Park, and while the area was once a vital community hub, it has not experienced the same level of economic growth seen in other areas of the city. In 2014, during a city-wide comprehensive planning process, the community expressed strong interest in seeing this area revitalized.
 
Revitalization of the Bell Boulevard District is a top priority for Cedar Park. The project is backed by a master plan utilizing redevelopment experts from across the nation, thorough financial modeling and forecasting for the public and private sector, and significant public investment in the project thus far. As a well-supported redevelopment project in one of the fastest growing areas in Texas, the Bell Boulevard District is forecasted to have strong financial returns. The area will be a 40-acre mixed-use development featuring retail, restaurant, office and residential space as well as the 12-acre Buttercup Creek Natural Area. The core of the Bell Boulevard District will be a walkable area designed especially for pedestrian traffic. For information, visit the Bell Boulevard Development & Investment website.
 
Cedar Park understands the challenges associated with redevelopment and has made extensive progress to remove hurdles for the Bell Boulevard District project. The City has acquired a total of approximately 20 acres, done phase one environmental studies on that land and is eager to collaborate on standards that are amenable to both the city and the developer.

 

TXDOT - Architectural, Engineering and Surveying Consultants

TxDOT uses Qualification-Based Selection (QBS) to procure architectural, engineering and surveying services. Under QBS, TxDOT selects firms based on their qualifications. We do not ask for or make any selection based on cost. Cost is negotiated once a firm is selected. For more information, visit TxDOT Architectural Procurement.

 

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