Texas Christian University has issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) for a private partner to design, build, finance, maintain, and in most cases, operate assets both on campus and along its Berry Street campus edge.
On campus, TCU is seeking a partner to deliver two lower-division student housing projects, while along its edge the partner will deliver a mixed-use development across multiple university-owned sites that would include upper-division student housing, office, retail, and parking.
Furthermore, the project will entail the implementation of a district energy solution to support the assets along Berry Street.
To obtain the RFQ, interested parties are required to contact Taylor Thompson via email at email@example.com and have until August 31, 2023, to send their letter of intent to submit to the RFQ.
Development advisory firm Brailsford & Dunlavey is working with TCU on the project.
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