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The Trinity Place development project is moving into a new, more public phase in the coming months. Since Los Alamos County terminated its exclusive developer arrangement with the Boyer Company last fall, many people have assumed that the project was “dead” or that work on the project had ceased.
That has not been the case, although the difficulties being experienced throughout the U.S. economy have made for slow going over the winter.
Nonetheless, a number of important steps have been accomplished since fall including completion of the needed land assembly agreements between the county and Los Alamos Public Schools, State Board of Finance approval of those agreements, relocation of the functions that have occupied the site in order to clear the way for demolition, engagement of Jones, Lang, Lasalle (JLL) to assist in marketing the site, and approval of a path forward for marketing the site by the county council. Demolition activities have started at the site and are anticipated to be completed this summer.
There have been preliminary discussions between JLL and several interested retail developers and anchors since the first of the year.
A Request For Proposals (RFP) is actually out there right now and there are people working on proposals to submit on this project.
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