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Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency – Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to Shortlist Partners to Develop City Lands

March 3, 2015

The Vancouver Affordable Housing Agency seeks responses to a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from interested partners with experience in real estate development and construction management. The RFQ process will result in a shortlist of pre-qualified partners to work with the Housing Agency to develop affordable housing on lands owned by the City of Vancouver. Partners that are selected through this RFQ process will be eligible to participate in Request for Proposals for specific development opportunities on City-owned lands over the next two years, with a possible one-year extension. Over that period of time, the Housing Agency and the development partners selected through this process will enable approximately
1,000 affordable housing units to be developed.
The Housing Agency will hold two information sessions for parties interested in submitting bids, currently scheduled for March 27 and April 9, 2015. To register interest in the RFQ and receive a copy of the RFQ document, interested parties are asked to email the Housing Agency at admin@vaha.ca using their corporate email.
The closing time for responses to the RFQ is April 30, 2015 at 4:30 pm.

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