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File #: 76480    Version: 1 Name: 11540 - Owl's Creek Option to Purchase Amendments
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/28/2023 In control: Economic Development Division
On agenda: 3/21/2023 Final action: 3/21/2023
Enactment date: 3/24/2023 Enactment #: RES-23-00264
Title: Authorizing the City’s execution of two First Amendments to Option to Purchase, one between the City of Madison and Tri-State Custom Construction LLC, and one between the City of Madison and Gold Star Real Estate, LLC, for the purpose of extending the City of Madison’s options to repurchase certain vacant residential lots within Owl’s Creek Subdivision. (AD 16)
Sponsors: Jael Currie
Attachments: 1. 11540 Resolution Exhibit - Amendments.pdf, 2. File ID 63906, 3. File ID 63907
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes amendments to two separate Option to Purchase agreements related to lots within Owl's Creek Subdivision. As part of the sale for these lots, the City has the option to purchase back lots on which developers did not complete construction of single-family dwellings. The agreements are amended to allow the developers more time to complete construction of new homes. No additional City appropriation required.

Title
Authorizing the City’s execution of two First Amendments to Option to Purchase, one between the City of Madison and Tri-State Custom Construction LLC, and one between the City of Madison and Gold Star Real Estate, LLC, for the purpose of extending the City of Madison’s options to repurchase certain vacant residential lots within Owl’s Creek Subdivision. (AD 16)
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WHEREAS, pursuant to the terms detailed in two Purchase and Sale Agreements (“Agreements”) authorized by File ID No. 63906, Resolution Enactment No. RES-21-00150, and File ID No. 63907, Resolution Enactment No. RES-21-00151, both adopted by the City of Madison (“City”) Common Council on February 23, 2021 (“Resolutions”), in 2021 the City sold certain vacant residential lots within Owl’s Creek Subdivision (“Lots”) to two smaller-scale home builder/developer enterprises, being Tri-State Custom Construction LLC, and Gold Star Real Estate, LLC (together, “Sellers”); and

WHEREAS, the Agreements included Options to Purchase (“Options”), giving the City the option to purchase any of the Lots on which the Sellers did not complete construction of single-family residential dwellings within two years of the date the Seller’s purchased the Lots from the City; and

WHEREAS, as stated in the Resolutions, the City’s goals in disposing of the Lots include providing “stability to the Owl Creek neighborhood, construction jobs in a time of economic challenge, and provide the City with revenue to reinvest in affordable housing” (“Goals”); and

WHEREAS, while bo...

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