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New Brunswick seeks developer to rebuild, preserve historic Moncton High School

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by Journal Of Commerce

The New Brunswick Opportunities Network has issued a request for proposals to purchase, design, rebuild and operate a mixed-use project on the site of the Moncton High School. The redevelopment could include cultural, community, residential, retail, commercial or green space but it must preserve the interior and exterior character of the building.

The New Brunswick Opportunities Network has issued a request for proposals to purchase, design, rebuild and operate a mixed-use project on the site of the Moncton High School, the province’s transportation and infrastructure department announced Monday.

Proposals will be accepted until September 18.

“The request for proposals seeks a mixed-use project for the 77-year-old school which will promote community inclusion and reflect and preserve the building's historic significance,” the provincial government stated in a press release.

The property is located at 207 Church Street and the redevelopment could include cultural, community, residential, retail, commercial or green space. However it must preserve the interior and exterior character of the building.


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“Interested developers must submit a detailed proposal demonstrating their qualifications, knowledge, resources, financial capacity, and experience in similar or identical commercial land development and construction projects,” the province stated. “They must describe the nature and extent of the proposed development of the property, preservation of the historic features, timeline for completion, financial viability of the proponent, as well as the economic benefits to the provincial government and the City of Moncton.”

The New Brunswick Opportunities Network, which includes tender documents and notices, is owned and operated by the department of supply and services’ central purchasing branch.

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