Charlestown Navy Yard Asset Utilization

A map of the Charlestown Navy Yard
A map of the Charlestown Navy Yard

Project Overview

The National Parks Service (NPS), in consultation with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), is considering new approaches to leverage existing assets and engage the private sector to strengthen its real property portfolio. NPS/GSA are exploring potential strategies that will foster private sector involvement to promote more effective utilization of certain real property located at the Charlestown Navy Yard (CNY) in Charlestown, Massachusetts and 15 State Street, Boston, MA.


The NPS along with its partners, the U. S. Navy and the USS Constitution Museum, have collaborated on a master development strategy for the CNY. To support this strategy, NPS is seeking to improve the efficiency of park operations and address deferred maintenance challenges by activating underutilized assets using its leasing authorities.

Charlestown Navy Yard Industry Day

An industry day will be held on December 5, 2019. Registration begins at 8 a.m. The event will be held at: Charlestown Navy Yard, Building 32 (Corner of 1st Ave and 6th Street). Interested parties should review all material prior to attending. To register, please visit: Boston campaigns.

Timeline

  • July 2018 - GSA worked with NPS to deliver workplace recommendations
  • August 2018 - Visitor Experience Plan Completed, published on NPS website
  • December 2018 - Studies Started - Communications Plans and Schedules - Asset Conditions Assessment
  • December 2019 - Industry Day

Cooperating Agencies: National Park Service (National Parks of Boston, National Parks Northeast Regional Office, USS Constitution Museum (USSCM), U.S. Navy

Additional Stakeholders: Local community, City of Boston, Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), Massachusetts State Historic Presentation Office (SHPO), Commercial Tenants

Follow this link to view the Charlestown Navy Yard Project Request for Information [PDF - 1 MB] (RFI).

For more information, please contact Kevin Legare at kevin.legare@gsa.gov.

Last Reviewed: 2019-11-08