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Record #: O2016-3927   
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Intro date: 5/18/2016 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Finance
Final action: 6/22/2016
Title: Support of Class L tax incentive for property at 125 S Clark St
Sponsors: Emanuel, Rahm
Topic: TAX INCENTIVES - Class L
Attachments: 1. O2016-3927 (V1).pdf, 2. O2016-3927.pdf
ORDINANCE

WHEREAS, the City of Chicago (the "City") is a home rule unit of government under Section 6(a), Article VII of the 1970 Constitution of the State of Illinois authorized to exercise any power and perform any function pertaining to its government and affairs; and
WHEREAS, the Cook County Board of Commissioners has enacted the Real Property Assessment Classification Ordinance, as amended (the "Classification Ordinance"), which establishes the Class L property tax classification to encourage the. preservation and rehabilitation of certain historically and architecturally significant buildings, which will enhance the general character of real estate in the county and contribute to the economic well-being of the county by increasing the level of economic activity, increasing employment opportunities and contributing to the long-term growth of the real property tax base; and
WHEREAS, 125 S. Clark (Chicago) SPE, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (the "Owner"), is the owner of the historic building known as Commercial National Bank Building (the "Building") located at 125 S. Clark Street in Chicago, Illinois, as more precisely described in Exhibit 1 attached hereto and hereby made a part hereof (the land and improvements thereon being herein referred to as the "Project Real Estate"); and

WHEREAS, it is expected that the City Council of the City (the "City Council") will adopt an ordinance designating the Building as a Chicago Landmark pursuant to the criteria established in Section 2-120-580 et seq. of the Municipal Code of Chicago, and such designation as a Chicago landmark meets the definition of landmark pursuant to Section 1 of the Classification Ordinance; and
WHEREAS, the Owner proposes to rehabilitate the Building thereby preserving the historic building, increasing employment opportunities in the area and contributing to the long-term growth of the real property tax base (the "Project"); and
WHEREAS, it is anticipated that the Project may require ...

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