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Allis Mansion Request for Proposals

Allis Mansion Request for Proposals

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Sisters of Providence Health System has agreed to solicit proposals from developers interested in restoring the W.H. Allis Mansion on the grounds of Mercy Medical Center, which could save it from demolition.
Sisters of Providence Health System has agreed to solicit proposals from developers interested in restoring the W.H. Allis Mansion on the grounds of Mercy Medical Center, which could save it from demolition.

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SISTERS OF PROVIDENCE HEALTH SYSTEMREQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
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 HISTORIC REHABILITATION & ADAPTIVE REUSEW.H. ALLIS MANSION233 CAREW ST.SPRINGFIELD, MA
Release Date: March 1, 2013Walk-through Schedule: Monday, March 11, 2013 (1:00 p.m.)Response Deadline: Wednesday, April 3, 2013 (4:00 p.m.)The Sisters of Providence Health System is soliciting Development Proposals from qualified parties interested in the acquisition and rehabilitation of the former W.H. Allis mansion located at233 Carew St., Springfield, MA 01104, on the campus of Mercy Medical Center.The Allis Mansion is a three-story brick residence erected in 1867 in the Second Empire style.The building was constructed as a private residence and later served as a convent, a hospital ward,and a day care center.The Allis Mansion has more than 11,000 sq. ft. of space on three full floors plus a full basement.The building has been vacant for more than 10 years. Environmental reports for the property areavailable for review and some remediation has been accomplished.The Allis Mansion is considered eligible for individual listing on the National Register of HistoricPlaces. Federal and state grants and/or tax credits may be available to support the acquisition andrehabilitation of the building.
 
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Proposals submitted may address either or both options:
OPTION 1
 
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This option is to acquire the building outright through purchase or long-term leaseand to negotiate a long-term land lease of the parcel with the commitment to restore and preservethe exterior and certain interior features of the historic building according to the Secretary of the
Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation (36 CFR Part 67)
. This commitment is intended to supportthe non-residential rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the historic building as approved by theSisters of Providence Health System and which use aligns with its mission and values. All proposed uses shall be compatible with the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic HealthCare Services (Fifth Edition).
 OPTION 2
 
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This option is to acquire ownership of the building only, remove it from thehospital campus, and move it to a new location, again with the commitment to restore and preserve the exterior and certain interior features. This commitment encourages, but does notrequire,
compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards.
 
PROPOSAL REVIEW AND PROPOSAL CONTENTS INFORMATION:
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For either option, a proposal shall contain a cover letter including:Res
 pondent’s contact
information (name, address, phone and e-mail)Signature of an authorized personDescription of direct and relevant experience in developing such properties, to include photographs and references
 
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Provide a sufficient narrative that describes your development plan. State your intentions as to:Type of proposed useIntended user & anticipated parking requirementsProject approachProject timetableEvidence of financial commitment and capacity3.
 
For Option 1, the Sisters of Providence Health System may consider conveying ownership of the building and lease of the property at minimal cost dependent on the nature of the proposalreceived.4.
 
For Option 2, the Sisters of Providence Health System may consider conveying ownership of the building at no cost provided the awarded party accepts full cost and responsibility to completelyremove the structure from the property, remove the foundation, and fill the foundation hole withinthe timeframe specified in their proposal.5.
 
A walk-through of the property is scheduled for Monday, March 11, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. Interested parties will have access to the building in order to inspect the structure and staff will be on handto answer questions. Please contact Daniel Keenan at 413-748-9307 or e-mail<daniel.keenan@sphs.com> in order to confirm attendance.6.
 
The Sisters of Providence Health System will receive questions regarding this RFP throughMarch 18 and will provide written responses by March 21. Please contact Daniel Keenan at 413-748-9307 e-mail <daniel.keenan@sphs.com> to be included on the distribution list.

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