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Real Estate Management and Sales (REMS) is responsible for the maintenance, site assessment and disposition of the City's tax foreclosed and surplus property, which include vacant parcels, as well as residential, commercial and industrial properties. REMS manages the process through which land and buildings are disposed, which often entails community meetings, crafting and issuing Requests for Proposals, and overseeing the review selection process of bidders. In addition, REMS is responsible for the care and custody of the historic Strand Theatre, which is operated by the Mayor's Office of Arts, and Tourism & Special Events.

 

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  Middle Income Housing Initiative  
     
Middle Income Housing Initiative
This is a new initiative to support the creation of new homes for middle-income homebuyers. Up to 1 million square feet of City-owned vacant land will be made available at below-market prices for small contractor-builders to build quality 1-3 family homes. Learn more

     
  DND Property for Sale  
     
DND Property for Sale
The new website provides information about every active real estate disposition and development project that DND is currently undertaking. Find out what is going on in your neighborhood and use the on-line Community Comments function to voice your opinions. Learn more

Programs and Services - Find out about a variety of programs designed to restore City-owned vacant land and properties to productive use.





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