*Update: Follow up questions & answers regarding the current building are at the bottom of this post. 

Urban Land Conservancy (ULC), Self-Help Ventures Fund (SHVF) and the Holly Area Redevelopment Project (HARP) are soliciting requests for statements of interest from entities interested in purchasing and operating out of the building located at 3350 Hudson St. in the Park Hill neighborhood. Interested organizations must indicate interest by responding to this request on or before 5:00 p.m. MST Friday, February 8, 2019.

You can read the RFSI in its entirety here.

Inquiries and Clarifications:
Prior to the submission deadline, ULC and SHVF will make every attempt to quickly provide responses to all inquiries and requests for clarifications. All inquiries and requests for additional information and clarifications should be directed to:

Erin Clark
Vice President of Master Site Development
Urban Land Conservancy
Phone: 720-699-0317
Email: eclark@urbanlandc.org

Sheila Wheeler
Commercial Loan Officer
Self-Help Credit Union/Ventures Fund
Phone: 832-386-5914
Email: sheila.wheeler@self-help.org

SUBMISSION DEADLINE
To be considered, interested parties must submit a complete response to this Request for Statements of Interest before 5pm Mountain Time on Friday, February 8, 2019. Each submittal must include one (1) digital and three (3) hard copies. RFSIs must be addressed and submitted to the following:
Urban Land Conservancy
1600 Downing Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80218
Attn: Erin Clark, VP of Master Site Development
eclark@urbanlandc.org

RFSI FOLLOW UP QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

February 6, 2019

  • What are the average annual operating costs for the building?
    • In FY 2018, costs were approximately $36,000 for utilities, $24,000 for cleaning, and $39,000 for repairs/contractors.
  • Will Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment be included?
    • Fixtures and equipment, yes. All furniture and personal property of Roots Elementary will be excluded.
Roots Elementary is part of the 99 ground lease held by Urban Land Conservancy to ensure long term affordability. ULC recently released an RFSI from entities interested in purchasing the building.
Roots Elementary is part of the 99 ground lease held by Urban Land Conservancy to ensure long term affordability. ULC recently released an RFSI from entities interested in purchasing the building.