1. Springfield again seeks developer for long-vacant downtown building near Union Station

    Springfield again seeks developer for long-vacant downtown building near Union Station

    The city is once again seeking a developer for a long-vacant, six-story building on Lyman Street in the downtown, believing the chances for success are enhanced by the redevelopment of nearby Union Station set to open in June. Proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of the vacant building at 135-155 Lyman St. are due by May 23, by 2 p.m., at the Office of Procurement at City Hall. Reuse of the building is preferred but the city will consider options including projects involving demolition, officials said.

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    1. We're hopeful that developers will respond to Lyman Street's key location, being so close to the redeveloped Union Station.
    2. We are accepting any proposals for redevelopment -- with or without the building.
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