Single-Story, 4,000-Square-Foot Former Military Building Could Get Commercial Conversion, Fort Wadsworth

Fort WadsworthVacant Fort Wadsworth building. Image via DNAinfo.

The National Park Service has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Building 109, a long-vacant, one-and-a-half-story, 4,063-square-foot structure in Fort Wadsworth, located on Staten Island just south of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. The proposal seeks to attract a developer that would transform it into commercial space, according to DNAinfo. Potential uses include office space, community facility space for a non-profit, or commercial-retail space. Proposals are due on June 15. It was once used by military personnel. Much of the former military instillation is now federal public park space. The site is a piece of the Gateway National Recreation Area, which is maintained by the National Park Service.

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1 Comment on "Single-Story, 4,000-Square-Foot Former Military Building Could Get Commercial Conversion, Fort Wadsworth"

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