Black developers refuse to work with De León on $1.6-billion Angels Landing project: report
The City of Angels project has attracted little interest for the past several years, but that could all be about to change.
In a new report, the National Post reports that the city of Angels has taken bids from a small group of Canadian-based companies to develop the project.
According to City of Angels spokesperson Sarah Wozniak, the group hopes to bring three to three million U.S. dollars worth of development to the city.
She said that a group of Canadian-based companies and individuals have been selected for the project, and hopes to break ground next year.
And while the $1.6-billion project is in its early stages, it’s still looking for partners as large as possible.
“We have reached out to everyone that we can,” Wozniak said. “We have a strong development team and so far we have identified a number of those developers.”
Back in April, the National Post noted the city of Angels had a handful of Canadian developers in the running to redevelop the proposed $1.6-billion project, and now, the city is taking bids.
The National Post says the city of Angels is not accepting offers right away, but intends to make a decision by mid-summer.
The National Post reports that the city has taken bids from two groups of Canadian-based developers to redevelop the project with an option to add more.
The National Post reports that the city of Angels has not taken a formal interest in the project yet, but intends to make a decision by mid-summer.
According to the National Post, the project has attracted little interest for the past several years.
But the project’s timeline for completion has been pushed back multiple times.
Back in 2016, Mayor John Haggerty said the developers had not reached the final stage of work on the project and would need to continue to negotiate with the city over issues like land purchase, building permits, and parking.
In 2017, Mayor H