The City of Hollywood, Florida (“City”) has received an unsolicited proposal, submitted under the provisions of Section 255.065, Florida Statutes, Public-Private Partnerships, for the Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center. The proposal is to finance, develop, construct and manage a mixed-use project on the approximately 4 acres of city-owned real estate generally located at 1301 S. Ocean Drive on Hollywood Beach (“Site”) that includes a 20,000 square foot Community Center, public parking and other public amenities, along with various private uses. The Site is City-owned and located on the barrier island along a significant north/south roadway known as Ocean Drive (State Highway A1A), between Azalea and Bougainvillea Terraces and including Surf Road. The Site currently houses the City’s Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center, Harry Berry Park, public parking lots, public restrooms and the Hollywood Beach Bernice P. Oster public library branch. The Site is also located within the Beach District of the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency.
Under Florida’s P3 Statute 255.065, the City has published notice of the acceptance of an unsolicited proposal and a willingness to accept other proposals to finance, develop, construct and manage a mixed-use project on the approximately 4 acres of City-owned real estate on Hollywood Beach including a 20,000 square foot community center, public parking and other public amenities along with private uses. The City is expecting respondents to put forward innovative proposals for mixed-use, market-driven concepts that replace the public amenities and take full advantage of the Site.
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Entities wishing to submit a proposal for consideration must include eight (8) hard copies and one (1) electronic copy. Proposals must be submitted no later than 3:00 p.m. on August 24, 2020, to:
City of Hollywood
City Clerk’s Office
2600 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood Florida 33020
Proposals received after 3:00 p.m. on August 24, 2020 will be rejected.
P3 Opportunity Website
Please visit the website that has been created for complete information on this Public-Private Partnership Opportunity: