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File #: 20-1970   
Type: Miscellaneous Item
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 2/20/2020
Posting Language: Ordinance approving a license agreement with 114 Main Plaza, LLC for patio space adjacent to building in Main Plaza for five-year period ending February 28, 2025. Revenue in the amount of $750.00 per year will be deposited into the General Fund.
Attachments: 1. Development Agreement, 2. Draft Ordinance A, 3. Draft Ordinance - Part B, 4. Agreement, 5. Development Agreement FINAL (Updated Feb 18, 2020)
Related files: 20-1969, 20-1073
DEPARTMENT: Neighborhood and Housing Services Department


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Ver?nica R. Soto


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: 1


SUBJECT:

An ordinance approving a Development Agreement between 114 Main Plaza, LLC, Houston Street TIRZ Board of Directors, and the City of San Antonio for eligible historic restoration and public improvements for the redevelopment of 114 Main Plaza and a patio license agreement between 114 Main Plaza, LLC and the City of San Antonio.


SUMMARY:

Consideration of an ordinance related to, authorizing the following actions:
A. Execution of a Development Agreement between 114 Main Plaza, LLC, Houston Street TIRZ Board of Directors, and the City of San Antonio for eligible historic restoration and public improvements for the redevelopment of 114 Main Plaza.

B. Execution of a license agreement between 114 Main Plaza, LLC and the City of San Antonio for use of patio space adjacent to building in southeast corner of Main Plaza for temporary storage and outdoor dining. The lease term will be from March 1, 2020 to February 28, 2025.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The City of San Antonio owns Main Plaza, located in the center of the city. In an effort to re-shape Main Plaza as not only the physical center of San Antonio, but also into the cultural and spiritual center, the City contracted with Main Plaza Conservancy to rebrand the plaza and program activities. The Conservancy provides a farmers market, live music, festivals, concessions, movie screenings and an award-winning video presentation of the history of San Antonio, shown on the fa?ade of San Fernando Cathedral. The City of San Antonio is responsible for plaza security and maintenance, including landscaping, seating, amenities, plaza repairs, and janitorial services.

To help further the city's goal of transforming Main Plaza, the City is working with 114 Main Plaza, LLC to renovate vacant structures on the plaza. This project includes the renovation of two historic buildings c...

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