The Pima County parking lot located at 75 E. Broadway in the heart of downtown Tucson, may be home to a proposed mixed-use development by 2020. In response to a Rio Nuevo RFP, developer JE Dunn proposed a 300-foot-tall building that could contain 250,000 square feet of office space, 40,000 square feet of retail space and parking for 500-600 cars. It would be the first Class A building in downtown since the Tucson Electric Power building built in 2011. The project is expected to cost $120M and will generate 1,250 new jobs and $2.2M annually in sales tax.

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September 15, 2017
Notice-RFP-Broadway & 6th Avenue Property
September 15, 2017
RFP- Rio Nuevo- For Sale or Lease and Development of Broadway & 6th Avenue Project Site
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Construction Manager @ Risk: RFQ-RN2016-11-14-Caterpillar-CM@Risk-Responses-11-16-16
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