In accordance with Florida Statutes, (FS 287.05712) Seminole State College is soliciting proposals (RFPs) related to expansion at the Altamonte Springs Campus.
Earlier this month, the College received an unsolicited proposal to build a 200,000-square-foot building with ground-floor retail and commercial space at the Altamonte Springs Campus. According to the proposal, the building would be financed through equity and debt secured by the developer. The College will occupy less than 50 percent of the available space, with the remainder of the space housing additional educational or complementary partners.
Proposals are due to Seminole State's Purchasing Department by 2 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 10.
The Altamonte Springs Campus, located at the corner of Maitland Boulevard and S.R. 434, opened at capacity in 2008. The campus expanded to 43 acres in 2012 when the College completed the purchase of three adjacent car dealership buildings. The campus is to be built in phases as partners are identified, says Dr. Joe Sarvnosky, executive vice president for Seminole State.
When fully developed, the campus will include 1.4 million square feet of space – more than the College’s four campuses combined – with eight multi-story buildings and parking structures to support more than 35,000 students and employees.
This is one of two joint development projects at the College. In May, Seminole State's Board of Trustees entered into an agreement with The Keith Corporation to develop a wellness center on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.
To learn more about the Altamonte Springs Campus expansion, please visit the master plan page.
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