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« on: December 20, 2005, 09:38:39 am »

No one has posted much on anything going on with the Downtown housing money and the RFPs for the downtown housing money was due on 12/7.  This to me is the single most important project in 2025. I wish there was three times the money available that there is. But $9.3 million is a good amount that should get a good return on getting downtown housing going.

The city is supposed to have chosen winners and have contracts negotiated and completed within 90 days of the end of the RFP period, which would be March 7th, 2006. So the public should be informed before all too long, but I would like some info on the proposals and not just the winners to see if we are getting a good “bang for our buck”.

The clock has started and I have heard here and there over the last several months that Michael Sager has at least one proposal in, that the Tribune building is asking for some of the money for an expansion, that Kanbar is applying for money for his now massive number of buildings and that the housing project at 2nd and Frankfort was going to apply. I don’t suppose that this being Tulsa that the proposals are going to be available anywhere online or even elsewhere. So, does anyone here have any info on any of the specific proposals that have been sent to the Tulsa Development Authority?
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