Sanford gets bid to redevelop downtown site

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Sanford has received just one bid tied to the redevelopment of a downtown property.

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The city got one bid from G3 Development for a request for qualifications for the redevelopment of Monroe Hall, a building at 400 E. 1st St. constructed in 1943 that has an office area, a conference room and a large open meeting area.

The city wants a developer to build a four-level, 225,000-square-foot structure with 425 parking spaces and incorporated retail and multifamily residential uses on the 1.5-acre corner site. As part of the bid review process, details tied to the project will not be revealed until at a later date.

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