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Title: REQUEST FOR APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS HISTORIC VESSEL PROGRAMMING AND LONG TERM DOCKING
Procurement
Hudson River Park Trust (HRPT)
HRPT Administration
Pier 40 – 2nd Floor, 353 West Street Suite 201, NY NY 10014
Noreen Doyle
phone: (212) 627-2020
fax: (212) 627-2021
email: historicvessels@hrpt.state.ny.us
Archived
Goods and Services
Other
1/13/2011
Solicitation

PIN#HRPT-HVP25 - Due: 2/7/2011 3:00 PM

The Trust is an equal opportunity contracting agency. Any resulting contracts will include provisions mandating compliance with Executive Law Article 15A and the regulations promulgated there under.
Description
Request for Application Submissions – the Hudson River Park Trust (“Trust”), a public benefit corporation of the State of New York, is seeking applications from experienced historic vessel owners/operators for long term historic vessel docking and programming along the north side of the newly opened Pier 25 at N. Moore Street and West Street in the Tribeca section of Hudson River Park, New York, New York.

As detailed in the uploaded Request for Application Submissions, to be considered for long term docking at Pier 25, applicants must demonstrate consistency with the Hudson River Park Historic Vessel Policy criteria which were adopted following opportunities for public review and comment, and complement existing park uses at Pier 25. The criteria are listed on the Trust’s website at: http://www.hudsonriverpark.org/organization/policies.asp

Documents for this solicitation may be obtained by the following means: Hudson River Park Trust Website: A copy of the Request for Application Submissions will be available on the Trust’s website: http://www.hudsonriverpark.org/organization/bids.asp . By Regular U.S. Postal Service: Parties wishing for a copy to be mailed to them should email historicvessels@hrpt.state.ny.us with all necessary contact information.

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