Memo Regarding Presentations by Four Developer Finalists for Development of the West Midway Project at Alameda Point (22-Acre Mixed Use Project, Construction of Backbone Infrastructure, Up to 291 Residential Units, including Commercial), February 5, 2019



1. Request for Qualifications

2. Neighborhood Map

3. Collaborating Partners Site Map

4. Statement of Qualifications

5. Evaluation Rubric

6. Evaluation Criteria and Questions- November 5, 2013



On August 6, 2018, a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) was issued to solicit developers for the development of the West Midway Project. The West Midway Project consists of 22.8 acres of new market rate development within the Main Street Neighborhood sub-district of Alameda Point. This site was made available through the approved consolidation of currently leased supportive housing from 34 acres to a 9.7-acre site. A condition of the consolidation is that the City use commercially reasonable efforts to identify a developer for the West Midway Project that will finance and construct the necessary backbone infrastructure of the consolidated supportive housing site.

This report provides an overview of the RFQ selection process, a summary of each of the finalists’ Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) and staff’s analysis of the key factors considered by the RFQ review team. Each finalist team will make a presentation on its qualifications to the City Council and the public, and answer questions. Staff requests Council direction on the next steps in the selection process, including direction to enter into negotiations for an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement (ENA) with a developer.