"a number of places were identified. Our plan is glance at those properties, then try to make a long-term plan. Our objective is to get back in a normal building asap, " stated Marla J. Larsen-Williams, a Postal provider real estate expert.
Officials from SkyPoint Ventures, which has the Dryden, said they never obtained interaction through the Postal Service ahead of the company moved away.
Larsen-Williams stated postal officials wouldn't like to help keep a cellular postal center and post office containers in which they have been now — when you look at the flat lot at Saginaw and first roads downtown — but included it likely should be very early 2016 before the center is relocated to a permanent residence.
She identified feasible locations given that Dryden; 600 S. Saginaw St., a former Perry drugstore that is being renovated for multiple renters; the 400 block of Saginaw Street, near the Michigan Secretary of State office; 126 W. Kearsley St., a vacant office building; and 111 E. legal St.
Whoever desires to publish responses or suggested statements on the latest part on paper may send all of them to: Larsen-Williams, real-estate professional, US Postal provider, Facilities Implementation Team, 500 E Fullerton Ave., Carol flow, IL .