Brooklyn Village is a unique opportunity in Charlotte’s history. Over a 10-year period, developer BK Partners will work with vendors to design, construct and operate nearly 2.3 million square feet of housing, office, retail and cultural facilities.
Minority, Woman-owned, and Small Business Enterprises (MWSBE) will find tremendous opportunity along with forward visibility and an adequate timeframe to strategically plan to achieve long-term personal and business goals. BK Partners is committed to racial and economic diversity. This commitment is evident in BK Partners’ 35% MWSBE participation goal for this project. Hundreds of millions of dollars are to be funneled directly into the minority and small business community, but only if you get involved. We hope you will.
To become certified as a MWSBE, we’ve included some resources below to become certified and become apprised of future opportunities. You may also register with us directly as an “interested party”, but please be aware that by registering with us on this website, you are not registering formally as a MWSBE certified vendor. That process is not managed by BK Partners.
Mecklenburg County will accept certifications from the following:
- City of Charlotte – Charlotte Business Inclusion Program
- Office for Historically Underutilized Business (HUB)
Statewide Uniform Office
- North Carolina Department of Transportation
United Certification Program
How to Get Involved
If you are interested in getting involved with Brooklyn Village immediately, the following list is reflective of many, but not all, of the disciplines BK Partners will be seeking in the earliest stages of development. Please fill out the form below for consideration.
Be sure to pursue your MWSBE certification and watch for future information as we align with consultants who will assist us with our participation goal.
- Real Estate
- Registered Architects
- Landscape Architects
- Public Relations
Where to Find Bid Opportunities
Interactive Purchasing System
North Carolina State Wide Opportunities