• Health Care Nonprofit Expresses Interest in Vacant Navy Facility in West Virginia0

    A child welfare and behavioral health care organization says it is interested in acquiring a recently shuttered communications facility run by the Navy in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia. Kansas-based KVC Health Systems is proposing to turn the 122-acre campus at the former Navy Information Operations Command Sugar Grove into a skills training college for young adults transitioning out of foster care. “KVC is still enthusiastic about [Sugar Grove’s] potential for research [and], more importantly, its positive impact on youth,” said KVC spokeswoman Jenny Kutz, reported the Washington Times. “We will continue to partner closely with community and state leadership to move this vision to reality …

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  • New Jersey Developer Wins Auction for Property at Kelly Support Facility0

    A New Jersey real estate developer submitted the winning bid for 18 acres at the former Charles E. Kelly Support Facility located outside of Pittsburgh. Paul Cusa, who owns Atlantic Office Suites in Wall, N. J., bid $580,000 during a live auction run by the General Services Administration. Four bidders participated in the auction for the property closed under the 2005 BRAC round, reported the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The two parcels auctioned include the commissary building and a former missile bunker. They are next to a 72-acre park Collier Township received from the federal government via a public benefit conveyance. A community center under construction there is almost complete. No plans for the two parcels zoned for mixed use have been announced. The township would like to see a mix of uses, including homes, offices and businesses, according to the story.

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  • GSA Enters Sales Agreement with Consortium for Stratford Army Plant0

    Next month the federal government will find out if its latest attempt to dispose of the former Stratford Army Engine Plant in Connecticut is successful. Point Stratford Renewal, a joint effort of at least three Connecticut firms, has until Nov. 6 to execute the purchase agreement it reached with the General Services Administration in August, reported the Connecticut Post. The team reportedly will develop the 77-acre site for light industrial use …

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