The Bill Ray Center is up for sale.
The University of Alaska is soliciting offers on the downtown property that includes the classroom and office building on F Street and the parking lot across the street. The properties will be sold together; They will not be sold separately.
In a short notice published online on Monday, the University says they intend to sell the property as-is, and at or above fair market value.
The two-story Bill Ray Center includes 22,000 square feet while the parking lot is about 38,000 square feet, or 1.56 acres total in a Light Commercial Zone.
The CBJ Assessor’s database lists the building as being constructed in 1976.
University officials were unable to immediately comment or answer questions about the sale.
Offers are due by April 22nd.
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