PLEASE NOTE: The County evaluated all offers submitted in 2012 and decided to pursue offers made on all Initiatives except for the Disposition / Sale of certain properties, including the Whitlatch and Former MetroHealth Buildings. At this time, proposals for Initiatives I and II and offers to purchase any of the other properties for sale as part of Initiative III are not being accepted. Offers for Whitlatch are due by no later than 11:00 am on Friday September 12th, 2014. Offers for MetroHealth are due by no later than 11:00 am on Friday July 11th, 2014. If you have any interest in learning more about these properties, please contact CBRE to discuss.
During the past 3 years, the Government of Cuyahoga County, Ohio has thoroughly analyzed its owned and leased real estate. This investigation has looked closely at all aspects of the County’s portfolio, including space utilization, operating costs, protocols, maintenance, and functionality. The resulting strategy will allow the County to consolidate its footprint, save significant dollars, spur economic development, improve service offerings, and reduce its environmental impact as an organization.
CBRE, in partnership with Chartwell Group and Ariel Ventures, has been engaged and authorized by Cuyahoga County to facilitate this strategy, consisting of 3 Initiatives:
Acquisition of approximately 225,000 SF of office space for Cuyahoga County’s Consolidated Administration Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio.
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Acquisition of approximately 200,000 SF of storage space for Cuyahoga County’s Consolidated Storage Facility in the Cleveland, Ohio area.
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Disposition / Sale of various property that is currently owned by Cuyahoga County.
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In order to efficiently carry out this effort, CBRE has prepared Request for Proposal (RFP) documents to solicit offers from developers and purchasers. The RFPs are available at the Office of Procurement and Diversity located at Reserve Square Lower Level, 1701 East 12th Street, Cleveland, Ohio, 44114. Alternatively, by navigating through the links above and below, interested parties may download that RFP in which they are interested. Potential Proposers are encouraged to submit offers for any or multiple Initiatives of the consolidation requirement, but it is not a requirement to address more than one Initiative in order to make a submission to Cuyahoga County.
All Potential Proposers are welcome to submit questions during the course of preparing proposals, but must first complete the RFP Registration and then present questions through the Frequently Asked Questions page.
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Please note that Potential Proposers shall be required to complete and submit a RFP Registration in order to request information from CBRE or its partners, receive updates and addenda to the RFP and to ultimately make a submission to Cuyahoga County. Potential Proposers are encouraged to submit their RFP Registration as early as possible.