Thomas Grillo | Boston Business Journal

The MBTA is selling the former ferry terminal building and the 7.8-acre parcel at the Fore River Shipyard on Washington Street at the Fore River Bridge in Quincy.

0313 Quincy Terminal
The T is seeking bidders for the former ferry terminal building and the 7.8-acre parcel at the Fore River Shipyard in Quincy.

The T is seeking bidders for the land and building at 703 Washington St. There is no minimum bid for the property. Bids are due on Wednesday, April 16, and a pre-bid conference has been scheduled at Transit Realty Associates, the Boston firm that disposes of MBTA real estate, on Thursday, April 3 at 1 p.m.

Bidding documents did not reveal the zoning for the parcel. A spokesman for Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch said the parcel is zoned industrial but with a special permit almost anything could be built on the site.

T ferry service was shuttered last October when transit officials learned the terminal was unsafe and the cost to repair it — between $15 and $50 million — was prohibitive. T patrons now take the ferry from Hingham and there are no plans to bring back the service to Quincy, according to MBTA spokesman Joe Pesaturo. {….}