RTD has received an unsolicited proposal to enter into a lease for up to 120 parking spaces on the fifth floor of the Sheridan Station Garage in Denver, CO. Consistent with RTD’s Unsolicited Proposal Procedure and to ensure an open and competitive process, RTD is requesting alternate proposals for leased parking in the garage. The solicitation period will close at 10am on Monday, August 20, 2018. Further information will be available on the RTD procurement web page as of Friday, July 20, 2018.
An unsolicited proposal is a submittal to RTD on the initiative of a private or public developer for the purpose of obtaining a contract for joint development with RTD.
RTD has specific guidelines and requirements that apply to all Unsolicited Proposals.
Unsolicited Proposal Procedure Steps
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The RTD Board approved the Unsolicited Proposal Policy for Real Property in December 2015. The eight-step procedure implements Part B of the policy and is expected to take anywhere from a year and a half to three years. RTD may, at any time, choose not to proceed further with the evaluation.Unsolicited Proposal Procedure for Joint Development
Joint Development Resources
The following documents may be applicable to the design, engineering, and construction of any proposed development on or adjacent to RTD owned property.
Contact the TOD Group
For more information about working with the TOD group, email TOD@rtd-denver.com.