Developer needed for purchase and redevelopment of historical commercial building in Springfield

The City of Springfield is seeking proposals to redevelop a historic property in the city’s Maple High-Six Corners neighborhood. The foreclosed property for unpaid taxes is located at 169 Maple Street was built in 1920 with approximately 30,552 square feet of ten, spacious, three-bedroom units. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the Ridgewood Historic District. The City is accepting Request for Proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of the commercial property in hopes to preserve the historic nature of the building and provide apartments that are compatible with the surrounding neighborhood. The assessed value of the property is $150,000.

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