What’s next for the old Oshawa Bus Terminal?
The old downtown Oshawa bus terminal may be repurposed.
The City of Oshawa is seeking a private company to develop the city-owned lands in 47 Bond Street West
A statement released on Thursday July 14 announced that the City had issued a request for expressions of interest for the development of the property on the southeast corner of Bond Street West and Center Street North.
The site is approximately 2,890 square meters (31,107 square feet) and includes: ?
• The terminal — a former bus terminal containing a public hall, public restrooms, a former ticket office and a second-floor lounge with restrooms (previously used by bus drivers).?
• The bus platform area — the area on the ground floor of the building, between the terminal building and rue Center Nord, formerly used as a bus loading/unloading area.
The property is located downtown and surrounded by various types of commercial and residential development.
The bus station was previously leased to various transit companies, which no longer require the use of the site.
For more information, consult the tender documents on Oshawa.bidsandtenders.ca
For questions, contact Oshawa Purchasing Services at Purchasing@oshawa.ca or 905-436-3872.?
Those interested in developing the property can submit their plans until 2 p.m. on Friday, September 30. Responses will be received through Purchasing Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.