Monday, May 15, 2017

City of Holyoke Requests Proposals for 200,000 SF Mill Building at 1 Cabot Street

The City of Holyoke requests proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of 1 Cabot Street. The property consists of five interconnected mill buildings that contain approximately 200,000 square feet of finished building area with 9,072 square feet of basement space.

The City will be choosing the highest and best use for the property among the proposals received. Some of the most prominent factors to be evaluated will be demonstrated: commitment to maintain and improve the property, potential to stimulate private investment, creation of employment opportunities for residents and increase real estate property tax revenue to the City of Holyoke. In addition, redevelopment proposals must be in the character of the neighborhood.
The property is situated between the Connecticut River and Holyoke’s third level canal. The site has rail access and a prime location along Rt. 116 with close proximity to I-391 and the Mass Pike. The building has high ceilings and is ideal for manufacturing/industrial uses or creative reuse for other commercial ventures.

"This property has many great features, making it a perfect opportunity for development." says Mayor Alex Morse. "With the City's affordable energy and the building's beneficial location next to the river and canals, I believe this building has the potential to spur economic activity and benefit the residents of the neighborhood."

Additional information can be found at:

To obtain the Request for Proposal (RFP No. 974) contact the City of Holyoke Purchasing Department at (413) 322-5650.
All proposals must be received by 2:00 pm on Wednesday, May 31, 2017.

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