Surplus Property Offered by Competitive Bid or Invitation to Offer
Sale of any
real property together with the improvements located
thereon shall be by quitclaim deed on an “as is,”
“where is” basis subject to all outstanding taxes,
any special liens or assessments, comprehensive
land use plans, zoning, restrictions, prohibitions
and other requirements imposed by governmental authority;
qualifications and matters appearing on the plat, or otherwise
common to the subdivision, restrictive covenants, public utility
easements and all outstanding easements, reservations and other
The sale shall be subject to a reservation in favor
of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Trust Fund of the State of Florida (Trustees) of an
undivided three-fourths interest in phosphate,
minerals, and metals and one-half interest in all petroleum with
the privilege to mine and develop the same in compliance with Section
270.11, Florida Statutes.
The successful party shall pay for all costs incurred by DEP,
including but not limited to those related to zoning changes,
advertising and appraisals, and all costs of closing, including but
not limited to, title insurance, documentary stamp tax on the
quitclaim deed, recording costs and any other closing costs that
result from the transaction. The successful party shall pay all costs of sale
incurred by the Trustees or other parties on behalf of the Trustees,
by separate certified or cashier’s check, made payable to the State
of Florida Department of Environmental Protection or an escrow agent
designated by the DEP, at the time of closing.
The balance of the purchase price required to be paid by
the successful party shall be in the currently available
U.S. funds in a manner designated by DEP. The Trustees will
not extend credit; therefore, each party is responsible
for arranging any necessary financing.
- Any response containing or accompanied by
counterproposals as to the sale terms or conditions
shall be deemed non-responsive and rejected. Each response
shall be accompanied by an earnest money deposit in the form
of a certified or cashier’s check from a financial institution
as defined by Section 655.005, Florida Statutes, made payable
to DEP in the amount required by the contract or other terms or
conditions established by DEP. The earnest money deposit shall
be forfeited to the Trustees if the successful party fails to
perform as specified after written notification of award.
NOTICE: The above is not intended to represent entire terms and
conditions of any specific transaction, and all offers must be submitted
using the Contract for Sale and Purchase and Deposit Receipt, in the
offering package. Any changes to the Contract for Sale and Purchase
and Deposit Receipt, whether additions or deletions, will cause the
Contract for Sale and Purchase and Deposit Receipt to become ineligible
for consideration. Please refer to the For Sale and Purchase and
Deposit Receipt Contract as well as the entire terms and conditions
of any specific transaction.
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Properties Offered by Competitive Bid or Invitation to Offer
Bid/ITO# Link to Info
Offer Due Date
6.4 acres, more or less, of prime vacant land within Plantation
Business Park, County PID #504101410011, Section 1, Township
50 South, Range 41 East, Plantation, Florida.
Anticipated Bid - Call to be placed on mailing list to
receive bid package.
Parcel 1 - 36.28 acres of vacant land at 4646 US Highway 41, Ruskin, Florida, Section 26,
Township 32 South, Range 18 East, Hillsborough County Folio
Parcel 2 - 106.44
acres of vacant land on Stephens Road, Ruskin, Florida, Section 25, Township 32 South, Range 18
East, Hillsborough County Folio #0328180020.
Approximately 20 +/- wooded acres situated on the Bell River
plus 3.50 +/- acre ingress/egress easement. Multiple
buildings on the property. 87692 Bell River Estates Rd. Yulee, FL 32097,
Section 39, Township 03 North, Range 27 East.
Anticipated Bid – Please call for more information
Janice Ellison |
79.91 +/- acres. Former A.G. Holley State Hospital. 1299 West Lantana Road.
Lantana, Florida, Section 33,Township 44 South, Range 43 East. Property
includes multiple buildings, includes a water tower and water plant. Property
being sold subject to a 22.66-acre sublease to the Town of Lantana for a recreational
site that will expire on December 16,2024. Successful offeror may negotiate release of
sublease directly with the Town of Lantana.
UPDATE: Offer pending Board of Trustees approval
of successful offer and contract.
January 29, 2014 10:30 am EST _ Offer Period is Closed
Cushman & Wakefield of Florida Inc.
Mr. Logan Holz
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