RFP: Private redeveloper is wanted to transform 3-acre mobile home park into affordable, mixed-income complex in Utah

The city of Moab, Utah is looking to partner with a private developer to redevelop a 38-unit mobile home park into an 80-unit, affordable, sustainable, mixed-income redevelopment.

The selected public-private partnership (P3) developer must be willing to design a feasible, mixed-use project, lease the property at a city-negotiated price, construct, and operate the project. The city expects the developer to maintain the project under a 50-year ground lease with the city.

The city received entitlements for an 80-unit multifamily development through the Planned Affordable Development (PAD) ordinance.

A three-phase master plan was developed to avoid displacement of current residents.

The city has completed civil and landscaping design for the first phase.

The approximately 3-acre site has two parcels and is zoned as R-4 for medium-density residential living.

It has 27 occupied units with utility hookups. The existing infrastructure will need to be updated and road conditions improved.

Responses are due January 5, 2023.

See full RFP (PDF).

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