DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
Proposed Plan for the Disposition of Commonwealth Property
[32 Pa.B. 2540]
The Department of General Services (Department), under the authority of The Administrative Code of 1929, has published this proposed property disposition plan for review by the public and approval of the General Assembly. The proposed plan is available for review at www.dgs.state.pa.us/realestate/re.htm.
Persons wishing to comment on the proposed plan should write to Stephen Squibb, Department of General Services, Bureau of Real Estate, Room 505 North Office Building, Harrisburg, PA 17125, within 30 days from the date of this notice. Correspondence should include the name and address of the writer and ''Property Disposition Plan'' should be noted in the lower right corner of the envelope. If more detailed information is desired concerning a particular property, written requests may also be directed to the previous address.
General Description of Properties
This property disposition plan is only a proposal to offer for sale the following described real property.
Offering No. 1
Pennhurst Center--The property consists of 110-acres and 21 buildings. The property is located off Brown Drive, East Vincent Township, PA.
Offering No. 2
Southampton-Byberry Road Parcel--The property consists of 1.4 acres. The property is located on Southampton Byberry Road, Philadelphia, PA.
Offering No. 3
New Kensington Parcel--The property consists of approximately 0.5 acre. The property is located on Woodland Drive, New Kensington, PA.
The Department is not guaranteeing to sell any or all of the referenced property. Final determination of sale will be conditioned upon approval from the Legislature and responses received from this notice.
General Terms and Conditions for Properties that may be Offered for Sale
The terms and conditions for the sale of approved properties and the form of purchase will be determined by the Department depending on market conditions, proposals received and the best interests of the Commonwealth. The Department will offer properties for sale either through an auction, sealed bid or request for proposal. Offers below fair market value or fair consideration established through independent appraisal will be rejected.
Consideration will be given to lump sum purchase, installment purchase, lease purchase or fair consideration, the components of which include: job retention/creation, economic growth, community development, highest and best use, public purpose, expansion of local tax base, short term site redevelopment and cash to the Commonwealth.
KELLY POWELL LOGAN,
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 02-897. Filed for public inspection May 17, 2002, 9:00 a.m.]
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