Property for Sale
CANCELLATION NOTICE TO BIDDERS RFP2014-23 The City of Trenton is Cancelling the Request for Proposal scheduled to be received on JUNE 25, 2014 AT 11:00AM in City Hall Annex, Division of Purchasing, 1st floor, 319 East State Street, Trenton, New Jersey, 08608 for: THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE FORMER BELL TELEPHONE BUILDING LOCATED AT 216 EAST STATE STREET (BLOCK 607, LOT 14) Clarifications, amendments, additions, deletions, revisions and or modifications are being made to the Request for Proposal. The Request for Proposal shall be re-advertised at a later date. The link to request a copy of the proposal is http://www. trentonnj.org/Cit-e-Access/Bids/?TID=55&TPID=5563. It is the responsibility of prospective respondent’s to visit the City of Trenton’s website at for any addenda issued prior to the request for proposal opening at http://www.trentonnj.org/Cit-e-Access/Bids/?TID=55&TPID=5563. Respondents shall comply with the requirements of P.L. 1975 C127. (N.J.S.A. 17:27et seq.) City of Trenton Isabel C. Garcia Purchasing Agent RFP2014-23 609-989-3135 6/20/2014 $19.72
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE BOARD OF FIRE COMMISSIONERS FIRE DISTRICT NO. 1 TOWNSHIP OF WALL, COUNTY OF MONMOUTH, STATE OF NEW JERSEY The Board of Fire Commissioners of Fire District No. 1, Township of Wall, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey, will hold a sale at auction on July 2, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. at the District Office, 1511 18th Avenue, Wall, New Jersey, to sell a parcel of land and building appurtenant thereto which is not needed for public purposes. The property is known as Block 1, Lot 2, on the Wall Township Tax Maps, commonly known as 1612 State Highway 71, Wall Township, New Jersey. Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12-1, et seq., the Board has determined to sell the above mentioned property and building to the highest bidder with the minimum bid being set at one hundred sixty thousand dollars ($160,000.00). The property site is approximately eight thousand eight hundred eighty-six (8,886) square feet with eighty (80) feet frontage to State Highway 71. The improvements (building) consist of a two (2) story, brick and frame construction structure with a total floor area of four thousand three hundred sixty-five (4,365) square feet and an asphalt paved parking area for seven (7)? vehicles. The Board will only accept bids for an all cash purchase of the property and improvements. The highest bidder will be required to pay, by either cash, wire transfer or bank check, a deposit equal to ten percent (10%) of the bid price at the close of the bidding, with the balance (full payment) to be paid by either cash, wire transfer or bank check at closing of title which shall occur within thirty (30) days of the acceptance of the bid by the Board. Pending closing of title, the deposit paid will be held by the Board in a non-interest bearing escrow account which shall be credited to the successful bidder against the purchase price at closing. The Board shall accept or reject bids no later than at the second public meeting of the Board following the auction. No bid shall be considered finally accepted until formal action of the Board is taken. The highest bidder’s offer shall be irrevocable for sixty (60) days following the public sale. The sale of the property and improvements is subject to the terms, conditions, restrictions and limitations set forth in a Contract of Sale which the successful bidder shall be required to execute at the conclusion of the auction and payment of the required deposit, and which will be on file with the Board Clerk and will include, but not be limited to, the following: 1. The property and improvements are being sold in an “as is” and “where as” condition; 2. The property and improvements are to be sold subject to existing zoning (the parcel to be sold is subject to the West Belmar Gateway Area Redevelopment Plan adopted by the Township governing body pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1, et seq. A copy of the Plan can be viewed in the District Office); 3. The closing of title to the property and improvements is “Time of the Essence” and must take place within thirty (30) days of formal approval by the Board; 4. No representations are made by the Board or any of its employees, agents, members or officials as to the utility, usability or environmental conditions of the property and improvements. Inspections and testing of the property and improvements shall be conducted at the bidder’s own cost and expense; and 5. The successful bidder, at closing, shall be required to pay three hundred dollars ($300.00) to the Board for legal fees for preparation of the deed and other necessary documents to transfer title and a sum not to exceed seven hundred dollars ($700.00) for the cost of advertising of the sale.
The Board reserves the right to accept the highest responsive bid if equal to or greater than the minimum bid price, or to reject all bids at the public sale and not to award to the highest bidder. The Board reserves the right to waive any and all defects and informalities in any proposal, and to accept or reject the highest responsible and responsive bid deemed to be in the best interest of the District. Any material prepared and distributed in connection with this auction sale is for convenience purposes only and is intended to give prospective bidders a general understanding of the condition, location and size of the property. The Board is not responsible for errors that may appear in such materials. Each prospective bidder is urged to thoroughly research and examine the property prior to placing a bid. The property will be available for inspection by appointment only. Prospective bidders desiring to inspect the property should contact William G. Newberry, Director of Fire Services, at (732) 681-6458 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to make an appointment, or by email to the Director’s attention at email@example.com. It is suggested and recommended that potential bidders perform title searches and/or last owner and lien searches on the property that they are interested in bidding upon prior to the date of bid submission in order that the potential bidder may be adequately apprised of any encumbrances or restrictions of record affecting the use and enjoyment of the property. It is further suggested and recommended that potential bidders exercise due diligence with respect to every state of facts including open permits, local fines, penalties, taxes, assessments, etc., which may not be of record but which may nonetheless affect the use and enjoyment of the property. The Board of Fire Commissioners shall not be responsible for the costs associated with such searches in the event that the Board is unable to convey title and/or if a bid is rejected. The Board has compiled this Notice to benefit prospective bidders. To the best of the Board’s knowledge, the information contained in the Notice is accurate. The Board and any of its officials, officers, employees, assigns, designees, agents or contractors shall not assume any liability for inaccuracies and respectfully instructs all interested parties to independently verify this information. The Board shall only receive and/or accept bids on the proposal form prepared by the Board which may be obtained by emailing the Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bids must be enclosed in a sealed envelope marked “District Property Sale” on the outside addressed to the Board of Fire Commissioners, Fire District No. 1, Township of Wall. The bid must be delivered to the District Office, 1511 18th Avenue, Wall, New Jersey 07719, at 1:00 p.m. on July 2, 2014. If mailed, all bids must be mailed by Certified Mail, to the Board of Fire Commissioners, Fire District No. 1, Township of Wall, P.O. Box 53, Belmar, New Jersey 07719, and received on or before the above set forth time and date. No bid will be considered unless in writing on the form furnished. Bids may not be faxed, transmitted over the telephone or emailed. The Board of Fire Commissioners of Fire District No. 1, Township of Wall, assumes no responsibility for delays in any form of carrier, mail or delivery service causing the bid to be received untimely. All questions concerning this Notice of Public Sale shall be addressed to William G. Newberry, Director of Fire Services, 1511 18th Avenue, Wall, New Jersey 07719, Monday through Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., telephone number (732) 681-6458 or via email at email@example.com. By authorization of the Board of Fire Commissioners of Fire District No. 1, Township of Wall, County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey. NORMAN R. STELLING, CLERK Board of Fire Commissioners Fire District No. 1 Township of Wall ($360.00) 091126
Take Notice that in accordance with N.J.S.A. 13:1D-51 through -58, the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection (“NJDEP”) will hold two public hearings to seek comments on the proposed conveyance of property in the City of Millville, Cumberland County.
The property proposed for conveyance is designated for tax purposes as Block 578, Lot 19 (comprising approximately 81 acres, hereafter “the Property.”) The NJDEP proposes to convey the Property through a direct sale to either the City of Millville (“City”), the Millville Urban Redevelopment Corporation (“MURC”), the Cumberland County Improvement Authority or any other nonprofit or public entity designated by the City. The Property was purchased by the NJDEP from the prior owner, Durand Glass Manufacturing Company, Inc. (“Durand”), in July 2013 for $335,000. The proposed sale price for the conveyance by the NJDEP to the City or its designee is $395,000. If the property is conveyed by the NJDEP to the City or its designee, it will be used for commercial/industrial purposes consistent with current zoning.
The Property is located off Gorton Road; the street address of the Property is 1 Gorton Road. It is irregularly shaped, with a maximum depth of about 2700 linear feet and a frontage of about 735 feet. The property is currently administered by the NJDEP’s Division of Fish and Wildlife as part of the 474-acre Menantico Ponds Wildlife Management Area.
A copy of a report analyzing the proposed conveyance is available online at www.nj.gov/dep/greenacres/notices.html. A general location map for the Property is included as Figure 1 of the report. An aerial map of the Property is included as Figure 2 of the report.
The proposed sale price is based on three components: the $367,000 full fair market value of the Property as of January 2013 (as established by appraisals commissioned by the NJDEP as part of the purchase); approximately $13,000 in technical costs incurred by the NJDEP as part of the purchase of the Property and $15,000 for administrative costs associated with the proposed conveyance.
If the proposed conveyance of the Property is approved and the Property is sold to the City or its designee, the NJDEP intends to apply $367,000 of the sale proceeds to the purchase of a minimum of 900 acres of land within Block 582, Lot 1 in the City of Millville for addition to the Menantico Ponds Wildlife Management Area. The proposed replacement property is known locally as the Holly Farm property and is located at 3001 Main Street E in the City of Millville. The remainder of the proceeds of the sale ($28,000) will be returned to the Garden State Preservation Trust Fund (or other appropriate Green Acres bond fund) for use in future open space acquisitions. However, if the Holly Farm purchase cannot be concluded within three years of the actual conveyance of the Property, the NJDEP will identify and purchase other suitable replacement land of at least equal acreage, in fee, within Cumberland County using the $367,000 sale proceeds.
State House Commission approval is required for this proposal. If approved, the Department anticipates that the earliest the proposed conveyance could occur is mid-August 2014.
The first public hearing on the proposed conveyance of the Property will be held on:
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at 6:30 PM at the City of Millville City Hall Commission Chambers-4th floor 12 S. High Street Millville, New Jersey 08332 856-825-7000
The hearing record for the first public hearing will close on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Interested persons may obtain information from Judeth Yeany in the Green Acres Program or John Knoop at the City of Millville at the addresses below and may submit written comments to Ms. Yeany until the close of business on Wednesday, May 21, 2014.
The second public hearing will be held on:
Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at 2:30 PM at the Department of Environmental Protection Public Hearing Room 401 E. State Street-1st floor Trenton, New Jersey 08625
The hearing record for the second public hearing will close on Wednesday, June 4, 2014. Interested persons may obtain information from Judeth Yeany in the Green Acres Program or John Knoop at the City of Millville at the addresses below and may submit written comments to Ms. Yeany until the close of business on Friday, June 4, 2014.
Persons wishing to make oral presentations at either of the public hearings are asked to bring a written copy of their comments to the hearing for use by the Department. For further information on the proposed conveyance, please contact:
Department of Environmental Protection Judeth Piccinini Yeany, Chief Bureau of Legal Services and Stewardship New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Green Acres Program Mail Code 501-01 P.O. Box 420 Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0420 (609) 984-0500 Judeth.Yeany@dep.state.nj.us
City of Millville
John H. Knoop III, City Engineer City of Millville City Hall 12 S. High St. P.O. Box 609 Millville, New Jersey 08332 856-825-7000, ext. 7301 JKnoop@millvillenj.gov
NOTICE OF TWO SEPARATE REQUESTS FOR OFFERS TO PURCHASE LAND The Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (“FMERA” or the “Authority”), pursuant to P.L. 2010, c.10 (N.J.S.A. 52:27I-18 et seq.), is responsible for the efficient redevelopment and reuse of Fort Monmouth. In furtherance of its mission, FMERA is hereby seeking offers from individuals or entities to purchase, in response to two separate Requests for Offers to Purchase (RFOTP), for two separate parcels of land, currently located on the Main Post of Fort Monmouth as follows: 1. The Fitness Center- Building 114 (approx. size – 32,250 square feet) located on Saltzman Avenue in the Oceanport area of Fort Monmouth and including 7.75 acres 2. The Main Post Chapel – Building 500 (approx. size – 16,370 square feet) located on Malterer Avenue in the Oceanport area of Fort Monmouth and including 5 acresThis RFOTP is being issued pursuant to N.J.A.C. 19:31C-2, the Authority’s Rules for the Sale of Real & Personal Property that have been published in the New Jersey Register (the “Sales Rules”).Potential Purchasers who are interested in making offer(s) to purchaser may submit a response for either parcel or both parcels. Each proposal must relate to only one parcel and one proposal cannot be conditioned upon a second proposal also being accepted by FMERA. The Authority is requesting proposals that comply with the land use regulations and design and development guidelines adopted by the Authority pursuant to N.J.A.C. 19:31C-3, (the “Land Use Rules”) and are consistent with the Fort Monmouth Reuse and Redevelopment Plan dated October 15, 2008 (“Reuse Plan”). FMERA has set a minimum bid amount for each parcel. Please see the RFOTP for details. The Property will be sold as-is, where-is. The Authority will convey title to selected Potential Purchaser(s) by way of Quit Claim Deeds. FMERA reserves the right to negotiate business terms that better suit the interests of the Authority and the redevelopment plans for Fort Monmouth, price and other factors considered, by negotiating with potential purchasers(s) that submit offer(s). FMERA reserves the right to exclude from negotiations any and/or all offers received. Negotiations with a potential purchaser will not preclude the Authority from negotiating with other potential purchasers that submitted an offer for the same parcel unless the Authority has entered into an exclusive negotiating period with a potential purchaser for that particular parcel in accordance with proposed rule N.J.A.C. 19:31C-2.16. The purchase agreements between FMERA and the successful Potential purchaser(s)shall be subject to the terms and provisions of the Sales Rules and will be conditioned upon the U.S. Army and FMERA entering into a Phase 2 Economic Development Conveyance Agreement (“EDC Agreement”) covering this portion of the Main Post. The successful Potential Purchaser(s) shall be subject to the terms and provisions of the Land Use Rules, the Reuse Plan and the EDC Agreement. Deadline for requesting a walk-through of the properties is April 25, 2014 at 5:00 P.M. EDT. Offers are due May 9, 2014 at 12:00 P.M. The RFOTPs can be obtained from the FMERA website: www.fortmonmouthredev elopment.com or; by requesting an e-mail, disc, or hard copy from: Rick Harrison Director Facilities Planning 732.720.6343 firstname.lastname@example.org P.O. Box 267 Oceanport, NJ 07757 ($259.20) 026368