State Asking for Redevelopment Ideas for Vacant Hospital

State Asking for Redevelopment Ideas for Vacant Hospital

The Indiana Finance Authority has released a Request for Information (RFI) for ideas regarding the possible redevelopment of the vacant Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis. The hospital was closed last year.

From the Indiana Finance Authority:

The purpose of this RFI is to initially gain knowledge for potentially the redevelopment and management of Larue Carter.

The information gained from this RFI may be used in the development of a competitive solicitation process, leading to the selection of a respondent that is best suited to meets the IFA’s requirements. IFA is interested in learning about all types of solutions available in the marketplace for developing Larue Carter.

IFA may request oral presentations from respondents of this RFI for the purpose of collecting additional information and/or receiving clarification on response details. Invitations may be extended to respondents of this RFI subsequent to the receipt of responses.

The information provided in the responses to this RFI may also be used to assist in the development of a Request for Proposals at a later date. However, the IFA reserves the right to award a contract directly from this RFI.

The Larue Carter real estate encompasses a represented 22.32 +/- acres of gross land area, improved with a collection of approximately 20 buildings forming this recently vacated medical campus. Originally developed in 1931 as the Indianapolis Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital, this facility historically provided health care for United States veterans. Upon the relocation of the VA Hospital to the IUPUI campus in 1996, Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital (State of Indiana) leased this property, which was only recently phased out of operation due to the newly opened NeuroDiagnostic Institute and Advanced Treatment Center located on the eastside of Indianapolis. A majority of the campus buildings were listed on the National Register in 2012.

Further details can be found at this link.

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