Mayor Andy Schor today announced that the City of Lansing is seeking responses to a Request for Qualifications and Proposal (RFQP) from a development professional to consult with the City and the City of Lansing Building Authority (LBA) for the development and financing of city facilities and infrastructure. The LBA approved the RFQP during their meeting on Tuesday morning.
“There are a number of large-scale projects that my team and I have been working on since I took office. A new City Hall that will better serve residents along with the relocation of courts, what to do with our detention center, a modern and efficient police station, performing arts center and others are important infrastructure needs in Lansing,” said Mayor Andy Schor. “I look forward to the creative responses from developers who are interested in transforming key properties in the City. Bringing these projects to fruition would be great for City of Lansing residents and visitors alike.”
The City of Lansing is looking for a development consultant to help it seek complete project proposals on new and existing city assets including, but not limited to:
• Optimization of the City of Lansing’s public infrastructure.
• Renovation, relocation or reconstruction of City Hall, including a plan for the detention center, courts, police facilities and the Lansing Center.
• New development and construction of one or more hotels, a performing arts center, civic center and downtown arena district.
The RFPQ will remain open through February 15, 2021, and can be found in its entirety at www.lansingmi.gov/news.