Leasing & Sales RFPs
The MTA Real Estate Department leases, licenses, and occasionally offers for sale, a variety of retail, vacant, and industrial properties. The most common bid solicitation process is the Request for Proposals (RFP). RFPs are issued by MTA Real Estate in-house staff, and, for select properties, through real estate brokers. All RFPs are listed on this website.
Current Requests for Proposals (RFP)
MTA New York City Transit
License of newsstand (or dry use retail) spaces at the new 96 St, 86 St, and 72 St Second Avenue subway stations and the rehabilitated 63 St -- Lexington Ave subway station in Manhattan
Request for Proposals -- Second Avenue Subway
Addendum 1 -- Second Avenue Subway
Open house for 86 St station on December 30
Addendum 3 -- Deadline now January 31. Site tour schedule added.
Addendum 4 -- Deadline now February 24.
Addendum 5 -- New Parcel Information Sheets
MTA Metro-North Railroad
License of property for parking and/or storage in Brewster, NY. For more information about the offering and the Request for Proposals (RFP), please click on the link below.
Brewster unimproved last
Addendum for correcting due date.
MTA Metro-North is seeking proposals from financially and operationally viable operators interested in being the exclusive provider of ATMs at 41 Metro-North train stations in New York.
Metro-North Request For Proposals (RFP) - ATM Operations at 41 Stations
First Addendum to RFP AB0217 - MNR ATMs
MTA Long Island Rail Road
MTA Long Island Rail Road is seeking a licensee for concession space located at LIRR’s Farmingdale Station. For more information about this opportunity and to download a copy of the Request for Proposals (RFP), please click on the link below.
Request for Proposals | LIRR Farmingdale Station Concession Space
Addendum 1 | Change in Deadline: 3 p.m. Monday, March 13, 2017
Grand Central Terminal
For more information regarding Grand Central Terminal real estate specific opportunities and inquiries click here.
Requests for Proposals (RFP)—More Information
The RFP provides information on the available property or location, explains how to prepare a proposal, and outlines the terms of prospective leases or licenses. The RFP describes improvements that the operator of a business is expected to make to the property as a condition of the agreement. As part of an RFP, a site visit will generally be arranged to permit the prospective proposers to view the property or premises being offered. The Real Estate Department seeks proposals from as many potential operators as possible, evaluates all of the proposals submitted, negotiates terms and conditions, and concludes the transaction.
MTA invites all interested parties to submit a proposal in response to an announcement of an RFP. The specific requirements of any RFP and the documents required in support of any proposal will be detailed in the RFP information packet which is available on-line via the links shown above.
All inquiries are encouraged, and the MTA welcomes the participation of minorities, women, and other disadvantaged groups in the business opportunities available on MTA property. The
MTA Department of Diversity and Civil Rights at 646-252-1369 is available to provide assistance to applicants. No proposer will be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability.