Request for Proposals: Delafield Street Properties Redevelopment
The City of Waukesha Redevelopment Authority Wisconsin is pleased to announce this Request for Proposals ("RFP") for the redevelopment of a 3.38 acre site ("Zone A") located in Waukesha, WI. Interested developers may include the adjacent 1.54 acre site ("Zone B") immediately to the south, bringing the total size to 4.92 acres. The parcels are prime for a residential or mixed-use development.
The subject site is just north of downtown Waukesha, a thriving commercial district that has witnessed several years of reinvestment and revitalization. Downtown has become a destination for all of Waukesha County residents seeking a unique variety of independently owned restaurants, bars, shops and art galleries along with year-round special events including the weekly Farmer's Market and Friday Night Live and Tribute Tuesday concert series. The site is across the street from Waukesha City Hall, where a new city hall building will be constructed beginning in 2019.
The City of Waukesha Redevelopment Authority was established in 1982 to spearhead the redevelopment efforts within the downtown-central city. The seven member Authority has two Aldermen and five Citizen members.
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As part of the Fox River Development Project, a Commemorative Brick Walk is being developed. Support Waukesha by purchasing a personalized brick for the Fox Riverwalk. Read more about this by accessing the related document (PDF).