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File #: 21-469    Version: 1 Name: 1495 East 14th St. Easement Wannawin/PGE- RES
Type: Resolution - Council Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Meeting Date: 9/7/2021 Final action: 9/7/2021
Enactment date: 9/7/2021 Enactment #: Reso 2021-123
Title: RESOLUTION of the City of San Leandro City Council to Approve and Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Commercial Revitalization Agreement with Wannawin San Leandro, LLC and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Grant of Easement to Pacific Gas and Electric Company for Connecting Gas and Electric Facilities to the Property Located at 1495 East 14th Street through City Owned Property Located at 1490 Washington Avenue (APN 077-0545-024-01)
Sponsors: Keith Cooke
Attachments: 1. Grant of easement between City of San Leandro and PGE, 2. Commercial Revitalization Agmt - 1495 E 14th
Related files: 21-335
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RESOLUTION of the City of San Leandro City Council to Approve and Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Commercial Revitalization Agreement with Wannawin San Leandro, LLC and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute a Grant of Easement to Pacific Gas and Electric Company for Connecting Gas and Electric Facilities to the Property Located at 1495 East 14th Street through City Owned Property Located at 1490 Washington Avenue (APN 077-0545-024-01)

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WHEREAS, Wannawin San Leandro, LLC ("Landowner") is the owner of that certain real property located at 1495 E. 14th Street, San Leandro, California (the "Commercial Property"), which is currently improved with a building that was formerly used as a bank; and

WHEREAS, Landowner desires to renovate and modernize the Commercial Property for commercial uses which are proposed to include a restaurant, brewery and outdoor dining, and has commenced the rehabilitation of the Commercial Property for such uses; and

WHEREAS, the rehabilitation of the Commercial Property is expected to attract additional restaurants, office uses and retail businesses to locate in the downtown area of the City, which will help to strengthen the downtown economy and provide substantial employment, sales and property tax benefits to the City; and

WHEREAS, in order to renovate the Commercial Property, it is necessary for an electrical transformer to be installed to supply electricity to the Commercial Property (the "Transformer"), and because the improvements on the Commercial Property cover the entire site, the Transformer must be located in other offsite real property located adjacent to the Commercial Property; and

WHEREAS, the City of San Leandro owns certain real property located to the west of and adjacent to the Commercial Property, which is currently used as a public parking lot, situated in the City of San Leandro, California, at 1490 Washington Avenue (the "City Prope...

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