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File #: 40555    Version: 1 Name: Development Agreement to Fund $1,433,00 TIF Loan to The Gebhardt Galaxie, LLC
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 10/19/2015 In control: BOARD OF ESTIMATES (ended 4/2017)
On agenda: 11/3/2015 Final action: 11/3/2015
Enactment date: 11/5/2015 Enactment #: RES-15-00837
Title: Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a development agreement to fund a $1,433,000 Tax Incremental Finance Loan to The Gebhardt Galaxie, LLC to assist in Phase II of the development of a housing and commercial redevelopment project located at the north 800 Block of East Washington Avenue in TID #36 (Capitol Gateway).
Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin, Ledell Zellers
Attachments: 1. Galaxie II TIF Report.pdf, 2. Updated Galaxie II TIF Report.pdf
Fiscal Note
This resolution would authorize a $1,433,000 loan to The Gebhardt Galaxie, LLC ("Developer") for the redevelopment of the former City-owned property located at the north 800 Block of East Washington Avenue.

The Project consists of approximately 50 apartment units, 21,800 gross square feet of commercial, 6,630 gross square feet of retail space, a sustainable rooftop production farm that was funded in Phase I and approximately 190 parking stalls ("Project"). This loan would be repaid through incremental taxes generated by the Project and represents approximately 70% of the present value of all incremental taxes anticipated from the Project throughout the remaining 17-year life of proposed TID #36.

Upon completion of the Project, the City will review the Developer’s audit of project costs and financing, to the City’s satisfaction, or conduct its own audit. In the event that project costs are less than stated in the TIF Application, Developer shall make a clawback payment to the City of 50% of the difference between actual project cost and actual project financing (“Clawback”). This Clawback formula is consistent to the formula recently utilized for condominium projects over the last several years.

Funds to capitalize this loan were authorized in the 2015 Capital Budget and reauthorized in the 2016 executive capital budget, funded with general obligation debt. The City’s General Obligation borrowing will not occur until after this TIF Loan is proposed for disbursal. Therefore, funds will be internally borrowed until they are reimbursed by scheduled General Obligation borrowing in the fall of 2016. While it is anticipated that the incremental taxes generated by the Project will be sufficient to repay the loan within approximately 6 years, the Developer is required to guaranty a minimum payment if sufficient future tax increment is not available.

If Developer sells or transfers the Property to a tax-exempt entity, Buyer shall pay an annual payment in...

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