Request for Proposals

Property Management and Leasing Services

The Buffalo Urban Development Corporation (BUDC) is seeking proposals from qualified vendors to provide comprehensive property management and leasing services for a collection of industrial properties it owns along the Northland-Beltline Corridor in the City of Buffalo, New York. These properties, described in more detail below, include eight (8) separate buildings totaling over 550,000 square feet in space and are in varying physical condition. Therefore, the property manager will be asked to provide services that gradually increase in scope and comprehensiveness over time as additional properties are renovated and prepared for occupancy.

View the RFP View the Q & A



BUDC invites proposals from qualified firms for the Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park lawn care, landscaping, and snow plowing services. The business park is located in South Buffalo near Tifft St. and wraps around Union Ship Canal. Services will also include mowing and seasonal landscaping on the right of way lawn areas within this industrial parkway. Proposal Documents are available below.

A Pre-proposal Meeting will be held September 27th at 11:00 am on- site. Attendance is encouraged. Bids are due only via email to [email protected]  by October 13, 2023 at 2:00 PM. The contract will be for a 3-year term and BUDC procurement policy prohibits any contact with BUDC staff or board members regarding this bid.  Submit all questions to [email protected].

View the RFP


Architectural, Historical Preservation & Engineering Consulting, Project Inspection Services, and Grant Administration Services for:
631 Northland Redevelopment

BUDC is soliciting proposals from architectural and engineering consulting firms to design, administer and manage Phase 4 of the Northland Corridor Redevelopment project at 631 Northland. The project includes the production of final design/construction documents and project inspection for 631 Northland. This project is a restoration of a historic 40,000 square feet, high-bay industrial building which is listed on the National Register. BUDC will be seeking Federal and State Rehabilitation Tax Credits, therefore the design of rehabilitation improvements to the building and site must be consistent with the U.S. Dept of Interior Standards for Historic Rehabilitation and should include the preparation and submission of a National Park Service Historic Certification Application - Part 2 and Part 3 documents will be required. BUDC will also be seeking entrance to NYS Brownfield Clean-up program and Tax Credits. BUDC anticipates environmental remediation of the building and site, as well as site and infrastructure improvements.

Any questions regarding this RFP should be made in writing to Rebecca Gandour at [email protected] no later than July 14, 2023, at 4:00 P.M. No requests for oral interpretations via the telephone will be accepted. The RFP must be submitted no later than 4:00 P.M. on July 24, 2023, to Buffalo Urban Development Corporation 95 Perry Street Suite 404 Buffalo NY 14203.

View the RFP

Request for Proposal Questions