A board helping Logansport battle blight opened on Friday 16 proposals including 35 offers for 26 empty lots that formerly dilapidated houses once stood on.
The structures were demolished through the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority's Blight Elimination Program.
The Logansport Municipal Building Corp., which oversees the city's participation in the program and takes ownership of the properties that are demolished, offered 34 empty lots for sale last month.
The request for proposals issued regarding the properties called for a minimum purchase price on each property of the lesser of $3,000 or closing costs. It also called for proposals for single-, two- and multi-family housing or structural improvements or additions to existing structures.