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File #: 18-4803    Version: 1 Name: Revised: Update on Center City Redevelopment
Type: Manager's Report Status: Manager’s Report
File created: 6/25/2018 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 7/10/2018 Final action:
Title: : Revised: Update on Center City Redevelopment
Attachments: 1. 18-4803 Center City Presentation BVML 10 Jul 18 v1.pdf
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Title:
Revised: Update on Center City Redevelopment

Summary
ACTION:

(1) Receive updated information on the 7th and Tryon Redevelopment efforts;

(2) Adopt the Master Redevelopment Agreement for Brooklyn Village as outlined and authorize the County Manager to negotiate and execute any agreements necessary to the execution of the Redevelopment Agreement;

(3) Pending City Council approval, authorize the County Manager to negotiate with the City of Charlotte and execute any agreements necessary to the execution of the Master Redevelopment agreement for the 4th and Graham




Staff Contact: Dennis K. LaCaria, Senior Assistant to the County Manager


Presentation: Yes


BACKGROUND/JUSTIFICATION: 7th and Tryon is the name of the two-block redevelopment effort led by Mecklenburg County, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library, Bank of America, the Charlotte Housing Authority, and the City of Charlotte. The Board, having authorized participation in this multi-phase process, should receive regular progress updates and ask pertinent questions.

The Master Redevelopment Agreement (MRA) by and between Mecklenburg County and BK Partners, LLC memorializes the entire agreement to redevelop the area commonly known as "Brooklyn Village" in the Second Ward of the city of Charlotte. The term sheet laying out the basis for this agreement was adopted by the Board in September 2017. This MRA and its constituent parts and exhibits will govern the actions of all parties. Interlocal agreements by and between the City of Charlotte, the Charlotte Housing Authority, and Mecklenburg County are among the agreements which must be revised and/or adopted in order to complete the MRA.

The City of Charlotte wishes to acquire parcels currently owned by Mecklenburg County for assemblage into the planned "Gateway Station" redevelopment. This will be a multi-block, mixed use and mixed income housing project anchored by a relocated Amtrak station. This redevelopment effort is supported by sta...

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