The proposal due date has been extended to 2:00pm, June 30, to allow proposers enough time to incorporate the answers to the written questions in Addendum #3, posted to the Maps and Resources Page. In addition to the addendum, several new resources have been added to the Maps and Resources Page, under “Chinatown Studies and Plans,” and a page on previous and future community engagement activities has been created, accessible from the navigation bar.
NYC DOT is holding a pre-proposal conference for the Gateways to Chinatown Request for Proposals in DOT’s ground-floor Bid Room at 55 Water St (southeast corner of the building, entrance from the Vietnam Memorial Plaza) at 1:00pm on Tuesday, May 9. The pre-proposal conference will be an opportunity for teams interested in responding to the RFP to ask questions about the content or submission requirements of the solicitation. All questions and answers will be released afterward in an addendum to the RFP, available on the City Record Online. Written questions may be submitted to David Maco (email@example.com) until Wednesday, May 24, at 5:00pm.
NYC DOT, in collaboration with the Van Alen Institute and the Chinatown Partnership, is excited to launch the Request for Proposals to design and implement a transformational gateway project Canal Street Triangle in Manhattan’s Chinatown.
To apply, create an account with New York City Record, download the brief, and receive updates. All application materials must be submitted by 2:00pm, June 19, 2017.