144 High Street

The City of Holyoke requests proposals for the purchase and redevelopment of 144 High Street. The two-story commercial building is located on the northern end of High Street and adjacent to key downtown amenities such as the transformed Lyman Terrace neighborhood, the PVTA bus terminal and the SPARK entrepreneurship offices, among others.

An open house will be held on Tuesday April 10th and Thursday, April 19th at 10 a.m.

All proposals must be received by 10:00am on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.

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Request for Expressions of Interest

The Holyoke Redevelopment Authority (HRA) is soliciting Expressions of Interest from potential partners interested in developing an affordable homeownership project in South Holyoke.

As articulated in Holyoke’s Urban Renewal Plan, the development goals of South Holyoke include a priority for affordable homeownership. The HRA envisions a transformative project to provide more housing opportunities and allow current residents to have a long-term stake in the neighborhood. The proposed project site includes 26 vacant parcels totaling 2.26 acres around Carlos Vega Park, which would entail ...

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160 Middle Water

160 Middle Water Street (known as the former Hallmark Van Lines property) is a 1.4 acre site located in an industrial/commercial section of Holyoke, situated between the Third Level Canal and the Connecticut River. The site has been vacant since a fire in 1996 damaged the manufacturing building on the property. Previous property uses included paper manufacturing, warehousing, taxi services, and automobile repair.  A large portion of the property is occupied by a vacant, 45,000 square-foot brick manufacturing building in ...

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1 Cabot Street

The City of Holyoke requests proposals for the purchase and development of 1 Cabot Street. Situated between the Connecticut River and Holyoke’s third level canal, the property consists of five interconnected mill buildings that contain approximately 200,000 square feet of finished building area with 9,072 square feet of basement space. The site has rail access and a prime location along Rt. 116 with close proximity to I-391 and the Mass Pike. The building has high ceilings and is ideal for ...

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Auction Properties

The city held a successful public auction on Monday, June 27, 2016 in the auditorium of City Hall.  Hosted by Sullivan & Sullivan Auctioneers of Sandwich, Massachusetts, the City reported a revenue of $249,000 and 18 properties being placed back on the tax roles.  If you are interested in being notified of future auctions, please contact Amie Chrzanowski at chrzanowskia@holyoke.org in the Treasurer’s Office, or by phone at 413-322-5560.

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Savings Expected with Gas Conversion at City Hall

Through a $230,000 Green Communities grant from the Department of Energy Resources (DOER), the City of Holyoke will replace two oil fired steam boilers with new high efficiency gas fired boilers servicing the City Hall and the Annex. This fuel conversion and equipment upgrade is projected to save over $37,000 a year at the City Hall and $16,000 a year at the Annex, primarily through the price differential of the two fuels.  Also included in the grant is funding to ...

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