Requests for Proposals

The State Land Board occasionally releases Requests for Proposals (RFPs) initiatives such as disposition of land, leasing opportunities, and service contracts. Market‐based responses for RFPs support the Board’s selection process of determining the most beneficial opportunities for the trusts in order to preserve the long‐term value and income of the assets.

Current RFPs

We have one RFP posted for our Arista property.

NOTE (as of 4/3/2020): The State Land Board has postponed the Arista RFP response deadline.  Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID-19 virus, we believe it is in the best interest of all parties to postpone the submission deadline.  The new response deadline will be July 31, 2020, at 1:00 PM, unless otherwise modified. The submission requirement has also been modified to only allow for electronic submissions. 

Q&A

All questions we receive regarding the RFP will posted publicly and answered within five days.

The PUD is the guiding document for the use of the land; however, the City of Broomfield is the most qualified to answer your question. Page 2 of 16 of the PUD provides you the allowed FAR and MAX/DU for the acreage in a Mixed-Use Parimeter site. Page 5 of 16 of the PUD indicates what uses the Mixed-Use Parimeter is designed to accommodate. All other design/use questions should be presented to the City of Broomfield's Community Development and Planning Office. For PUD questions, please call 303.438.6284. 

The Board will always want to see a market return, but there are no specific return parameters tied to this site.

The respondent should consider the proposal that works best for them based on the alternatives listed in the RFP. The Board will consider all options and has provided guidance on any prorata disposition alternative. Please read the information and instructions for bids that are all or a portion of the site.

Yes, the deadline has been extended to July 31, 2020, at 1 pm. Due to the unusual circumstances related to the COVID-19 virus, we believe it is in the best interest of all parties to postpone the submission deadline. Also, the submission requirement has also been modified to only allow for electronic submissions. The extension was announced on 4/3/2020.