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United States Government Seeks Warehouse Space in Broadview, IL to house 3 govt buses and 2 vans

Illinois, United States
Government : Federal
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Expressions of Interest Sought




The United States Government is seeking Warehouse space for three (3) buses and two (2) vans in Broadview, IL.  The lease term requirement is for 15 years, 10 years firm.  The warehouse can be within a 12 mile radius of 2000 S 25th Avenue located in Broadview, IL.  Parking for the vehicles must be available for occupancy by September 1, 2019. 


Following are the dimensions of the government vehicles:




Three (3) Bluebird Buses:  8ft wide, 12ft high, 40ft long




Two (2) Maxi-vans:  7ft wide, 8 ft high, 20 ft long


Please send expressions of interest to:


Rhonda Rogers

Leasing Specialist

General Services Administration

Great Lakes Region

230 S. Dearborn Street

Chicago, IL  60604

Work:  312-983-1805



Please reference Project Number GS-05P-LIL19268REV.


Expressions of Interest must be submitted to the above address by 5:00 PM CST on May 1, 2019 and must include the following information:


Building name and address of parking site.
Date of warehouse space availability.
Provide monthly cost per vehicle and indicate whether the monthly rate includes taxes.   
Building ownership information.
Warehouse must provide the following:


1.      110/120v power supply circuit required at each bus parking space to warm engine oil and recharge batteries (preferred but not mandatory)

2.      Space must be temperature controlled

3.      Provide one (1) floor drain and one (1) hose bibb potable water source close to the bus parking stalls (preferred but not mandatory)

4.      Overhead rolling doors for bus access (preferred but not mandatory)

5.      Garage door height of 14ft tall.


The Government is seeking parking space for federal vehicles and 24/7 access is required for the warehouse.  Submissions by other than the owner or manager of a property must be accompanied by a letter from the owner granting permission to make a general offering of the space.  The General Services Administration will not be using a tenant broker to represent the Government in parking lease negotiations.

Rhonda L Rogers, Leasing Specialist, Phone 3129831805, Email

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