WELCOME TO SOUTH FAYETTE TOWNSHIP
515 Millers Run Road
Morgan, Pennsylvania 15064
Office (412) 221-8700, Fax (412) 221-7798
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) FOR STAR CITY SITE
South Fayette Township is pleased to present a prime development opportunity to qualified real estate professionals to lease and develop about 8.52 acres of commercial land, including the main parcel of the former Star City Cinemas and its associated property.
The location at the South Fayette/Bridgeville interchange of Interstate 79 provides extraordinary visibility and access. Next-door is the new South center for Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, plus a planned Washington Financial Bank. A new driveway, traffic light, and intersection on Route 50 serve the Star City/UPMC/bank site, as well as Newbury Market, a major commercial/retail project being developed across the street.
The complete Request for Proposals (in PDF format) is available only through the township’s website. Any potential applicant unable to download the RFP should call the township office at (412) 221-8700. Proposals will be received by mail or in-person only, until 11 a.m. on Nov. 26, 2014, at the township municipal building.
Acceptance of a proposal is anticipated by Jan. 21, 2015. The selected developer must demolish the existing movie theater by April 1, 2015, and must agree to make tax payments to both South Fayette Township and South Fayette Township School District. Proposals should include an option to provide 45,000 square feet for certain township facilities. The proposed ground lease must have a minimum 25-year term, with two optional 10-year renewals.
VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING BOARDS:
Parks & Recreation - 1 member
Board of Standards - 1 alternate member
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South Fayette Township, established in 1842, is a fast-growing community in Allegheny County located about 17 miles southwest of Pittsburgh and 15 miles from Pittsburgh International Airport. Residents enjoy the township’s schools, neighborhoods, parks and other services and amenities, while businesses appreciate the direct access to roadways such as Interstate 79, Route 50 and the future Southern Beltway.
South Fayette takes great pride in being a community growing together. South Fayette’s population was 14,416 in the 2010 census—an increase of more than 48 percent since 1980. Named in honor of General Lafayette of the American Revolution, the 20.95-square-mile township has a rich heritage and today is home to a variety of neighborhoods, businesses, community organizations and public services.
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