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Purchasing Commonwealth Owned Real Estate Assets

The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM), under certain legislative terms and conditions, may convey Commonwealth real estate assets.

Find details on various transaction types below.

Current RFP’s 

The Commonwealth is currently offering 256 acres of the former Monson Development Center for redevelopment.   Proponents are encouraged to submit creative reuse concepts for all, or a portion, of the campus.

Find all DCAMM Real Estate RFPs on COMMBUYS

Auction Properties

DCAMM auctions Commonwealth Land when authorized by special legislation.  

Sale Partnership

The Sale Partnership Program is a Commonwealth - Municipal Land Disposition Model that  allows a municipality to purchase and market (to the private development community) state surplus real estate assets in the municipality which have significant economic redevelopment potential and are located within their municipality.  When the municipality resells/leases all or a portion of the asset, the net sale proceeds are shared between the Commonwealth and the municipality.  Throughout the reuse planning, marketing and resale contract negotiations, DCAMM is available to provide technical assistance to the municipality.  Currently the following municipalities are participating in the Sale Partnership Program:  Westborough, North Reading and Medfield.

 

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