U.S. GOVERNMENT seeks to lease the following office space


Subject: U.S. GOVERNMENT seeks to lease the following office space
Solicitation Number: 0NC2223
Notice Type: SRCSGT
NAICS: 531120
Notice Published: 05-03-21
Response Due: 05-17-21

Agency: General Services Administration
Office: PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE
Contact: Desi D. Clinton This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Ph: (404) 561-462
Office Address: ATLANTA, GA 30303
Place of Performance: Charlotte, NC


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This advertisement is hereby incorporated into the RLP 21-REG04 by way of reference as an RLP attachement The U.S. Government currently occupies13,264 rentable square feet of office and related space located atthe Azalea Bilding , 6324 Fairview Rd.Charlotte, NC, under a lease scheduled to expire September 30, 2021. The Government plans to negotiate a 4 year lease renewalwith a one year firm term at this location at the same square footaged based on economic advantage, agency mission, and other factors while we prepare for a competivtive action for the Government's long term needs. The Government will only consider relocation if alternative space is advantageous to the government and factors including relocation and disruption can be mitigated. All service, supplies, utilities, and require tenant alterations are to be included as part of the rental consideration. City: Charlotte State: NC Delineated Area:NA Minimum ABOA Sq. Ft: 11,534 Maximum ABOA SQ fT.11,534 Space Type: Office Term: 4 years/1 year firm Amorization Term: NA Parking: 20 Structure Parking Spaces Agency Unique Requirements: Entities which cannot be located within 1,000 walkable feetof the selected location or is not to be located in any building or within 1,000 walkable feet of agencies or industry types(1) Private firms whose primary clientele are involved in or have ties to criminal elements.gencies providing probation and/or parole services halfway houses,.(2) Agencies providing drug abuse counseling/rehabilitation programs.(3) Agencies providing social service agencies and welfare type programs.(4) Agencies providing welfare type programs.(5) Private law firms representing drug offenders. Building entrances/exits are not to be located within a 1,000 foot minimum boundary of the following: rug-free zone. 1,000 walkable feet from a day care center boundary. 1000 walkable feet from a park. 1000 walkable feet from a school. 1000 walkable feet ofareas where drug activities are prevalent. 1000 walkable feet of hotels and or motels. 1000 walkable feet of printmedia offices. 1000 walkable feet ofradio stations. 1000 walkable feet of residential housing. 1000 walkable feet of shopping centers. 1000 walkable feet of stadiums/arenas. 1000 walkable feet of TV stations. Entities which cannot be located within 1,000 walkable feetof the selected location or is not to be located in any building or within 1,000 walkable feet of agencies or industry types (1) Private firms whose primary clientele are involved in or have ties to criminal elements.gencies providing probation and/or parole services halfway houses,. (2) Agencies providing drug abuse counseling/rehabilitation programs. (3) Agencies providing social service agencies and welfare type programs. (4) Agencies providing welfare type programs.(5) Private law firms representing drug offenders. These factors may be acceptable but will be assess during the siteselection/market survey process. . Secure parking can be accomplished in the following ways: (1) Secure interior parking in the form of an enclosed garage is one option. If a garage is the secure parking method, it should have a minimum of 12 high clearance which will be based on the office vehicle height requirement for access by technical equipment vans. (2) If NO vehicle height requirement is needed the standard height of 7 will beacceptable.This determination will be made on a case by case, site by site basis. All spaces shall be clearly striped and numbered. IMPORTANT NOTES: Offerors are advised to familiarize themselves with the telecommunications prohibitions outlined under Section 889 of the FY19 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), as implemented by Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). For more information, visit:https://acquisition.gov/FAR-Case-2019-009/889_Part_B It is highly recommended that offerors start the SAM registration process directly following the offer submission. Refer to RLP Clause 3.06, Item 7. The Government intends to award a Lease to an Offeror of a Building that is in compliance with Seismic Standards. Section 2.03 of the Request for Lease Proposals (RLP) outlines compliance activities required for all leases in moderate or high seismic zones. To determine if your property lies in a moderate or high zone, please reference the map and documents on our website.