Skip to Content

Real Property

IFBDescriptionAddendaDue DateResults
21-01Sale of Surplus Real Property Folio 4842 36 00 0360
Checklist Bid Form Exhibits
1 24/22/21Tabulations
20-01Sale of Surplus Real Property Folio 4842 36 00 0360
Checklist Bid Form Exhibits
19-02Sale of Surplus Real Property Folio 4942 03 00 05647/3/19Tabulations
19-01Sale of Surplus Real Property a portion of folio 4842 27 00 03355/1/19Tabulations

Process for sale of City owned surplus real property

The City of Pompano Beach sells City owned real property declared as surplus in accordance with Section 253 Article XXV of the Charter of the City of Pompano Beach. Once the property has been declared as surplus by the City Commission the land shall be offered for sale to the public with an Invitation for Sealed Bids. Surplus real property solicitations are advertised in the Legal Advertisement section of the Sun-Sentinel and posted on the Real Property Division webpage in the Surplus Property Solicitations section. The City may also advertise surplus real property on Co-Star, LandWatch, LoopNet and other websites.

All bids must clearly state the bid price and shall be accompanied by a bid deposit in the form of a cashier's checks or certified check, payable to the City of Pompano Beach, in an amount equal to ten (10%) percent of the total bid amount.

The property will be sold to the highest and best bidder. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Upon the acceptance of a bid by the City Commission, the successful bidder will enter into a contract prepared by the City Attorney for the purchase of the property.

Development of all property located in the City is regulated by applicable City Codes.

Development of City owned property by the Office of Housing and Urban Development (OHUI)

The Office of Housing and Urban Development’s goal is to assist in the development and redevelopment of a viable community which provides affordable housing, economic opportunity, and a safe living environment. This is carried out through a variety of programs and activities that focus on neighborhood revitalization, improved community facilities, services and economic development. All of programs are funded entirely through state or federal grant programs. These programs include Community Development Block Grants, State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP program), Home Investment Partnership, First Time Home Buyer, Housing Rehabilitation and Emergency Repairs.

For more information on OHUI programs call 954-786-4659.

Interactive Map of Property Owned by the City and Community Redevelopment Agency

The City of Pompano Beach has created an interactive map to show all property owned by the City and Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). This includes all properties, except right-of-way, roadways, waterways and City utilities. City owned properties are shown in blue. CRA owned properties are shown in red. Property being developed as affordable housing by the Office of Housing and Urban improvement is shown in yellow. Click on individual properties to see the Broward County Property Appraiser folio number, square footage, street address, use description, City zoning designation and owner.

Legend Icon

The legend can be displayed by clicking on the Legend icon in the upper left corner of the map.

Link to interactive map of property owned by the City and Community Redevelopment Agency.

Sign up to receive notices for surplus property solicitations

Subscribe Now

Real Property Manager Contact Information

Cassandra LeMasurier, Real Property Manager
Phone: 954.786.4117
Fax: 954.786.7836

Links & Forms

City and CRA Property Available for Development as Affordable Housing

Pursuant to Florida Statue 166.0451 Disposition of Municipal Property for Affordable Housing, a review of the inventory list of real property owned by the City and CRA has been conducted to determine if any of these properties are surplus property appropriate for development as affordable housing. There are no properties owned by the City or CRA that are appropriate for development as affordable housing at this time.