Marina Construction & Lease Inquiry

Town of Yarmouth, MA
Friday, January 11, 2013

Request for Interest: Town of Yarmouth, Cape Cod, MA.

 

The Town of Yarmouth, MA located in Cape Cod, is seeking non-binding responses from marina developers and/or operators interested in leasing 22.5 acres of waterfront property from the Town for the express purpose of constructing and operating a marine park. The Town seeks a public-private partnership whereby the Town completes 75% designs and obtains various environmental permits at its own expense and the Lessee pays for construction of a marina and receives a lease of up to 40 years.

 

The purpose of this Request for Interest (RFI) is to assess market feasibility and to solicit input in the design of the proposed marina. There will be no lease or contract awarded as a direct result of this RFI. The specifications for this Request for Interest are available at: http://www.yarmouth.ma.us/DocumentCenter/View/3652 or via email to bidinfo@yarmouth.ma.us.

 

Responses will be accepted until February 28th.

 

Peter K. Johnson-Staub
Assistant Town Administrator
Town of Yarmouth
V: (508) 398-2231 x 1279
pstaub@yarmouth.ma.us
www.yarmouth.ma.us

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