Request for Proposal (RFP) Sales

Mapping-Property Info


The Large property Request for Proposals are larger parcels of commercial or industrial land, suitable for a variety of development opportunities. These parcels, or combination of parcels have been identified as Development Ready sites. The following links will have a variety of information about the sites, as well as proper contact information, proposal forms and requirements, due dates, and various other information sources about the proposed sites. 

  • Excel Industrial Park (25, 45 and 60 Excel Dr). 
    • Proposal Due Date : 4PM ET on Friday, February 21st, 2020 (DEADLINE EXPIRED)
  • Port of Rochester - 4752 Lake Avenue (Marina Overlook)
    • Proposal Due Date: 4PM ET on Friday, February 21st, 2020 (DEADLINE EXPIRED) 
  • St. Josephs Square - 101-113 Franklin St and 106 Pleasant St
    • Proposal Due Date: 4PM ET on Friday, February 21st, 2020 (DEADLINE EXPIRED)
  • Genesee St Development Sites (373-375 Genesee St, 377-379 Genesee St and 385-387 Genesee St)
    • Proposal Due Date: 4PM ET on Friday, March 20th, 2020 DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 4PM ET ON FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2020 DUE TO STATE OF EMERGENCY.


Small Property Request for Proposal (RFP) sale, the City of Rochester offers commercial or mixed-use buildings, residential structures that may have specific development requirements, and parcels of vacant land that are suitable for development. Interested buyers are required to submit a Proposal Outline detailing their plans for renovation or construction, estimated costs, financing plan and timetable for completion.  (Please see submission deadline on each individual offerings listing)

If the property is currently improved with a building please download the  RFP Dev Proposal 

If the property is currently vacant land please download and fill out the Development Proposal Outline for Vacant Land  

Interested purchasers should also download and read the RFP Terms & Conditions

Notes:  Make sure to complete the Purchaser information form for all buyers (included in proposal outline). Ensure that you show proof of funds in your name sufficient for both the purchase price and the rehabilitation or built-out costs as proposed (this can be money in the bank, or a commitment letter from a lender).