Redevelopment of the Sleepy Inn site on West Broadway could be ready as early as April thanks to support from a city committee on Wednesday.
Although two council members voted against a bid to renovate the property, they were overruled by eight other councilors. Now the bid goes to the city council for approval on its consent agenda Monday night.
The bid for $283,665.65 would be awarded to 3 Rivers Landworks for hazardous material abatement, building deconstruction and building removal. Notice of the bid is expected at the end of January, and the contractor would have 60 days with a possible 45-day extension to complete the work.
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Out of five bids received by the city, 3 Rivers Landworks’ proposal came in with the lowest cost.
Concerns about the future of the site posed potential problems for city councilors during their discussion of the bid award Wednesday.
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Councilor Daniel Carlino in Ward 3 wanted to ask about conditioning affordable housing as part of the future use of the Sleepy Inn property.