Published: July 31, 2018
of Sonoma and City of Santa Rosa Campus Market Viability of the
Government Center Developments
The County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa are pleased to invite
you to respond to an Informational Survey and Questionnaire to determine the
market viability of the government center development concepts (The Concept). This development opportunity could represent
up to 700,000 square feet of government (County and City) occupied office space
plus additional County government buildings,
opportunities for additional City government buildings, as
well as mixed use retail and housing development, on approximately 100 acres of
land in central Santa Rosa, California.
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To complete the Informational Survey and Questionnaire, please click here.
Responses must be received no later
than 2:00 p.m. on August 21, 2018
The County of Sonoma (County) and the City of Santa Rosa
(City) are interested in replacing aging government facilities that are beyond
their useful life. Our goal is to
transform County- and City-owned properties into development solutions that,
among other things, result in construction of much needed housing, enriching
the community’s quality of life and creates economic vitality. The County and
the City have identified potential opportunities for development concepts ranging
from co-locating both agencies in in downtown Santa Rosa, to development(s) on
separate parcels currently owned by the respective agencies. The County and the
City are open to all solutions that would deliver the best Concept(s) to
meet the needs of our growing community. The County and the City are seeking
input from the market to better understand what combinations of sites, development
scenarios and financing structures are best able to address our needs.
The purpose of this Informational Survey and
Questionnaire is to collect information from the
consultant, investor, development communities and others engaged in office,
government, and mixed-use development projects. The County and the City may use information
collected to inform potential future competitive
solicitation(s) that reflect industry
best practices for public sector campus development and rebuilding projects. Based
on the information provided in response to this Informational Survey and
Questionnaire, and in the County and/or the City’s
sole discretion, future solicitation(s) could include: a formal solicitation
process; using an existing County and/or City contract; procurement via
cooperative purchasing agreements; or piggyback of a contract established as a
result of a public solicitation of another public agency.