Proposals and Bids
Public Improvement and Demolition Projects
Invitation for Bids - East Liberty Transit Center/TOD Demolition Contract No. 1.
Invitation for Bids - LTV South Side Works Site Preparation Contract No. 21.
Invitation for Bids - Scattered Sites Demolition & Site Clearance Contract No. 9.
Invitation for Bids - Broadhead Fording, Demolition & Site Clearance Contract No. 1.
See Bid History for past projects.
REVISED Request for Development Proposals: Thornburg Highway (Route 60) at Industrial Highway in the Fairywood Neighborhood of the City of Pittsburgh
May 8, 2013
The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) is seeking Request for Development Proposals (RFP) for the redevelopment of a former, multi-residential housing site in the Fairywood neighborhood of the City of Pittsburgh. The community and the URA are seeking a developer who has the ability to redevelop the site into a facility for the preferred reuse of light industrial / warehouse distribution. Read more here >
Professional Construction Management and Construction Inspection Services
April 10, 2013
The Eastside Limited Partnership III (ESIII) is seeking proposals from qualified firms to provide construction-related services to manage and inspect demolition and construction work scheduled to begin this summer on the East Liberty Transit Center/Transit Oriented Development Project. Proposals are due on April 24, 2013. Read more here >
Centre Avenue Corridor
August 3, 2012
Proposals Due: August 27, 2012 at 5pm
The URA is seeking developers and/or development teams for multiple sites along Centre Avenue in the City’s Hill District neighborhood. Centre Avenue is the main business district of the neighborhood and is zoned for mixed-use commercial development. Developers and development teams may propose reuse for one, all or any combination of parcels described within.
Pittsburgh Technology Center
Proposals Accepted on a Rolling Deadline
The URA is seeking developers with the experience, capacity, and creativity, to transform sites at the Pittsburgh Technology Center. Ranging from .686 to 1.6 acres, these shovel ready sites offer a unique opportunity to develop in the region’s premier research and development hub. The PTC offers proximity, available land, infrastructure, and parking, to create additional research and lab space close to Oakland. View this RFP.