ࡱ> {` cbjbjFF 1,,[%22283$83Tx 33"333333wwwwwww$8yh{~w43344w33w"dFdFdF4 33wdF4wdFdFkmn33 =2?n"ww<xn"|rE|Dn|n3"3dF34333ww FX333x4444 DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT THIS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (Agreement) made as of this 29th day of August, 2006, by the CITY OF HAMPTON, a municipal corporation of the Commonwealth of Virginia (Seller), and THE AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS, a not-for-profit corporation under the laws of the United States, 36 USC 300101-300111 (1998), (Buyer). WITNESSETH: In consideration of the covenants and agreements of the respective parties herein set forth receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, and pursuant to the authority set forth in 15.2-953 of the Code of Virginia of 1950, as amended, Seller hereby agrees to donate, and Buyer hereby agrees to accept the following described property (hereinafter the Property) to wit: ALL that certain lot, piece, or parcel of land, together with the improvements thereon situate, lying and being in the City of Hampton, Virginia, and designated and described as PARCEL ID# 03H00300 00000, Area 3.0395 Acres, as more commonly known as 8110 Orcutt Avenue. Together with all right, title and interest of Seller, if any, in and to any and all easements, rights of way, private roads and other rights of access, ingress and/or egress adjacent to, appurtenant to or in any way benefiting the above described Property, but subject to any utility or other public easments, restriction or rights of way. Purchase Price. Seller is making a gift of the Property to Buyer subject to the terms, conditions, contingencies and restrictions set forth hereinbelow. However, as conditions precedent to the transfer of title, prior to settlement, Buyer shall have provided Seller with (a) evidence of preliminary construction plans and conceptual drawings for improvements to the Property or other evidence acceptable to Seller that the Property will be developed within 48 months after approval of construction plans by Seller as set forth in Paragraph 7 below, (b) a construction loan commitment or evidence of financing sufficient to cover the cost of construction of the Red Cross Chapter House on the Property, and (c) a certification from Buyer covenanting to use its best efforts to seek comparable donation of funds comparable to the value of the Property from other municipalities and localities in the Buyers service area, and that it will remain in operation in the City of Hampton for at least five (5) years. 2. Subdivision. It is understood and agreed by the parties hereto that Buyer will subdivide or adjust the boundaries of the Property at its sole cost and expense. 3. Due Diligence. Buyer is hereby granted sixty (60) days from the date of full execution of this Agreement by all parties (the Due Diligence Period) (i) to inspect the Property to perform such tests and examinations as the Buyer deems advisable, including, without limitation, soil and environmental tests, in order to determine that the soils and subsurface conditions of the Property are suitable, in the reasonable opinion of Buyer, for Buyers intended use, and to determine the existence of any adverse environmental matters or conditions in, on, under, about, or migrating from or onto the Property and (ii) to make investigations with regard to matters of survey, title, stormwater, flood plain, utilities availability, building code, and other applicable governmental requirements with regard to the Property and the use thereof. If the Buyer determines during the Due Diligence Period that the soils and subsurface conditions of the Property are not suitable for its intended use, that the existence of any adverse environmental matters or conditions in, on, under, about, or migrating from or onto the Property is unacceptable, or that any of its inspections, investigations and the like are unacceptable or unsatisfactory to Buyer, Buyer reserves the right to terminate this Agreement by giving Seller written notice of termination not later than 5:00 p.m. on the last day of the Due Diligence Period. Upon receipt of such notification, this Agreement shall be terminated and thereafter, neither party shall have any further rights against or obligations or liability to the other hereunder except as specified in Paragraph 12. 4. Rezoning/Development Criteria/ Restrictions/Conditions of Settlement. At its sole cost and expense, Buyer will work with Sellers Planning Department to rezone the Property in a manner that will allow the uses and facilities contemplated by Buyers operations and support services and other related and/or accessory uses, including the issuance of any conditional use permit(s), variances or other permits/approvals (the Rezoning). As part of the rezoning process, Seller shall subject the Property to certain development criteria. Accordingly, the design of the site and the building architecture shall meet criteria and development standards as more particularly set forth in those proffers filed with the Rezoning (collectively Proffers). The Proffers will require, among other things, that Buyer submit to Sellers Director of Planning all site, landscaping and architectural plans (the Plans) for the development of the Property for review and approval to confirm conformance of the Plans with these Proffers prior to the issuance of any development permits during the life of the project. All approvals by Seller shall be at its reasonable discretion, and Sellers approval or specific objections shall be delivered to Buyer no later than sixty (60) days after submission of the Plans. If the Rezoning is not satisfactorily completed on or before March 31, 2007, either Seller or Buyer shall have the option to terminate this Agreement by giving written notice of termination to the other party. Upon receipt of such notification of termination, this Agreement shall be terminated and thereafter, neither party shall have any further rights against or obligations or liability to the other hereunder except as specified in Paragraph 12. NOTHING IN THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY OTHER DEFINITIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN SELLER AND BUYER SHALL CONSTITUTE OR BE DEEMED TO BE AN AGREEMENT BY THE CITY OF HAMPTON TO REZONE THE PROPERTY. All plans, architectural elevations, designs and uses for any development on the parcel of land owned by Buyer at 4915 West Mercury Boulevard must be submitted to the City Manager or his designee for prior approval. Seller shall also impose restrictions on the Property (i) prohibiting any resubdivision of the Property without the prior written consent of Seller, (Seller acknowledges that Buyer may subdivide approximately one acre on the northerly border for the purpose of increasing the size of its property located at 4915 West Mercury Blvd. and would not unreasonbly object to such a subdivision) (ii) limiting access to the new building on the Property to Orcutt Avenue, and (iv) requiring a 20 foot landscape buffer facing the residential use on the 81st Street side of the Property. The requirements and restrictions set forth in this Paragraph 4e shall be included in the deed of conveyance of the Property to Buyer or set forth in a Post-Closing Memorandum of Agreement to be recorded at Settlement in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the City of Hampton and shall run with the land and be binding upon all owners of the Property during their period of ownership. 5. Settlement. Settlement proceedings for the Property (Settlement) shall be conducted at the Office of the City Attorney, 22 Lincoln Street, Hampton, Virginia 23669. Settlement on the Property shall occur promptly following the end of the Due Diligence Period and the satisfactory completion of the Rezoning as set forth in Paragraph 4 above (the Settlement Date), or at such other earlier time as may be agreed to by the parties. Buyers failure to comply with the terms and provisions hereof at the time and in the manner herein prescribed shall be deemed a material breach of this Agreement. In addition to the obligations to be performed hereunder by the parties at Settlement, each party agrees to perform such other acts and to execute, acknowledge and deliver, subsequent to Settlement, such other instruments, documents and other material as the other party may reasonably request and shall be necessary in order to effectuate the consummation of the transaction contemplated herein and to vest title to the Property in Buyer. However, notwithstanding the foregoing, Buyer acknowledges and agrees that Seller has certain powers, purposes and responsibilities by virtue of being a municipality, and as such, its ability to execute instruments and documents or to perform certain acts is limited by the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, including but not limited to, its defenses of sovereign immunity. Nothing herein shall be construed to waive any of the powers, purposes, responsibilities or defenses of Seller as a municipality. 6. Premises Purchased As Is/Environmental Concerns. Seller neither represents nor warrants that there are no adverse environmental conditions upon the Property which would prevent Buyers allowed use of the Property for its operations. Buyer purchases the Property as is where is and it shall be the responsibility of Buyer to determine whether or not there are any adverse environmental conditions, hazardous waste conditions, status as protected wetlands or endangered species which would prevent Buyers proposed use of the Property for its operations. Seller agrees to provide Buyer with copies of any previously performed environmental site assessments in its possession. Buyer releases Seller of and from and waives any claim or cause of action Buyer may have against Seller, under any federal, state or local law, ordinance, rule or regulation now existing or hereafter enacted or promulgated, relating to environmental matters or conditions, in, on, under, about or migrating from or unto the Property, or by virtue of any common law right related to environmental conditions or matters in, under, about or migrating from or unto the Property. The provisions of this Paragraph shall survive Settlement, the termination of this Agreement, or recordation of the Deed. 7. Building Plans/Construction Start and Schedule. On or before the date which is nine (9) months after Settlement, Buyer shall submit to Seller for its review and approval the construction and other plans for the Red Cross Chapter House of at least 11,000 square feet in area (the Building). Buyer must commence construction in good faith and diligently pursue to completion the Building on or before the date which is 48 months after approval by Seller of said construction plans. For purposes of this Paragraph the term completion means the issuance of a final/permanent certificate of occupancy for the Building by the City of Hampton.. 8. Reverter. If Buyer fails to commence construction in good faith and diligently pursue to completion the Building as set forth in Paragraph 7 above, Seller shall have the right and option to repurchase the Property in the amount of One and No/100 Dollar ($1.00) for the Property; whereupon Buyer shall forthwith convey the Property back to Seller by special warranty deed free and clear of liens and encumbrances other than (i) those encumbering the Property at the time conveyed by Seller to Buyer, (ii) those contained in the deed from Seller to Buyer, or (iii) those otherwise created or approved by Seller. Settlement shall take place in the Office of the City Attorney within thirty (30) days after Sellers written notice to Buyer to repurchase the Property. In the event Buyer for any reason fails or refuses to convey title back to Seller as required herein, then, Seller shall have the right to enter upon and take possession of said Property, along with all rights and causes of action necessary to have title to the Property conveyed back to Seller. The provisions of this Paragraph 8 and Paragraph 7 shall be continuing obligations which shall be included in the deed of conveyance of the Property to Buyer or a Post-Closing Memorandum of Agreement to be recorded at settlement in the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the City of Hampton and shall run with the land and be binding upon all owners of the Property during their period of ownership. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Seller will agree to release the reverter, at the sole cost and expense of Buyer, upon evidence of a fully executed construction contract, a fully executed construction mortgage and commencement of construction pursuant to approved land disturbing and building permits. 9. Prorations. Not Applicable 10. Settlement Costs and Expenses. Buyer shall bear cost of obtaining a title report for the Property, environmental studies, surveys and all other closing costs associated with Settlement including all recording costs, except for grantors tax, and transfer taxes, and all title insurance premiums and its own attorneys fees and costs. Seller shall prepare the special warranty deed of gift (the Deed) conveying title to the Property to Buyer and shall pay all expenses of preparation of the Deed, the recording costs for the Post-Closing Memorandum of Agreement, the grantors tax, if applicable and its own attorneys fees and costs. Seller and Buyer each warrant and represent to the other that neither party has had any dealings, negotiations or communications with any brokers or other intermediaries that would obligate either one of them for the payment of any real estate commission or fee as a result of this transaction. 11. Conveyance/Title. Seller agrees to deliver to Buyer at Settlement the Deed and to convey good, marketable title to the Property, in fee simple, free and clear of all mortgages, liens, encumbrances, leases, parties in possession, security interests, restrictions, rights-of-way, easements or encroachments other than the Permitted Exceptions (as hereinafter defined) and in proper form for recording. Buyer shall have up to sixty (60) days from the date of execution of this Agreement by all parties to examine the record title to the Property, to furnish Seller with a title commitment (the Title Commitment) and to notify Seller of any title objections disclosed by such examination (the Title Objections). Seller shall notify Buyer within ten (10) days after receipt of Buyers notice of any Title Objections that Seller elects not to cure or is unable to cure prior to the Settlement Date. Seller agrees to cure all other Title Objections prior to the Settlement Date. If Seller notifies Buyer of any Title Objections that it cannot or will not cure prior to the Settlement Date, then Buyer shall have the option either (i) to terminate this Agreement by written notice to Seller, in which case this Agreement shall be terminated and thereafter, neither party shall have any further rights against or obligations or liability to the other hereunder except as specified in Paragraph 12, or (ii) to accept any remaining uncured Title Objections. If Buyer does not exercise the option to terminate, Buyer shall accept title to the Property subject to such title defects, the provisions of subparagraph (a) of this Paragraph 11 notwithstanding. The intended use of the Property is the construction and operation of a Red Cross Chapter House and educational, office and support services and other related and/or accessory uses. It is understood and agreed that any objections to title not raised by Buyer in accordance with this Paragraph 11 shall be deemed waived. If Seller fails to notify Buyer of its inability or election not to cure the Title Objections in accordance with Paragraph 11(b) above, then Seller shall be deemed to have elected to cure all Title Objections prior to Settlement. If Seller has failed to cure any one or more of the Title Objections it has elected to cure prior to Settlement and is not diligently proceeding to complete such cure, then Buyer may, at its option, either (i) postpone Settlement until Seller has completed such cure, (ii) terminate this Agreement or (iii) agree to accept any remaining uncured Title Objections. All restrictions, rights-of-way, easements and encroachments of record on the date of execution of this Agreement, Title Objections which are either (i) cured by Seller or (ii) subsequently accepted by Buyer in writing as provided above, and all restrictions, limitation and conditions set forth in Paragraph 4 of this Agreement shall be referred to collectively as the Permitted Exceptions. 12. Access/Right of Entry. During the Due Diligence Period, Buyer, or its agents, contractors, representatives, successors and assigns shall be permitted access to the Property for the purpose of making such studies of the Property as necessary to determine feasibility of the Property for Buyers planned use and to determine the existence of any adverse environmental matters or conditions. It is expressly agreed, however, that: Such access shall be at Buyers sole risk and expense; Seller shall not be responsible for and Buyer shall indemnify and hold harmless Seller, and its agents, employees, volunteers, servants and officials against any and all claims, obligations, demands, actions or suits for bodily injury or property damage by any person arising from such access or the conduct of activities on the Property by Buyer, its agents, contractors, representatives, successors and assigns; and Neither Buyer nor any of its agents or contractors shall suffer or cause to be created any lien or encumbrance arising from such activities, and Buyer shall repair any damage to the Property resulting from such access. The obligations set forth in this Paragraph 12 shall survive Settlement or termination of this Agreement. 13. Buyers Representations. Buyer represents and warrants that (i) Buyer is a duly chartered, validly existing not for profit organization; (ii) Buyer has the power and authority to enter into this Agreement; and (iii) the undersigned officer of Buyer is duly authorized to execute and deliver this Agreement. 14. Legal and Equitable Enforcement of Agreement. In the event the consummation of the transactions contemplated herein fail to occur by reason of any default by Seller, Buyer shall have as its sole remedy, the right to seek specific performance of this Agreement. In the event the consummation of the transactions contemplated herein fails to occur by reason of any default of Buyer, except as specified in Paragraphs 3, 4 and 11, Seller shall have as its sole remedy, the right to terminate this Agreement. 15. Assignment. Buyers shall not assign its rights under this Agreement without the prior written consent of Seller. Sellers approval of any assignment shall be conditioned upon the following: (a) that the assignee expressly assumes all of Buyers obligations hereunder, and (b) a copy of such assignment is provided to Seller. Any assignment made herein by Buyer shall not be interpreted as any agreement to extend the Due Diligence Period, Settlement Date or any of the provisions of this Agreement. 16. Survival. Unless the context otherwise requires, the provisions of this Agreement, including any indemnification, covenants, agreements, representations or warranties, shall survive Settlement hereunder and delivery of the Deed. 17. Successors and Assigns. The terms and provisions of this Agreement are binding upon and will inure to the benefit of the parties, their respective successors and assigns. 18. Notices. All notices, requests or other communications under this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed duty given upon delivery to the following applicable addresses either (i) in person or by reputable overnight or other private courier (with receipt therefor); (ii) by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested; or (iii) by facsimile transmittal, provided that the notice shall also be sent, either by certified mail, return receipt requested, or by Federal Express or other reputable overnight courier service within one (1) business day after such facsimile transmittal, as follows: As to Seller: City of Hampton Attn: James A. Peterson Assistant City Manager 22 Lincoln Street Hampton, Virginia 23669 Fax #: 757-728-3037 Copy to: Office of the City Attorney Attn: Vanessa T. Valldejuli Deputy City Attorney 22 Lincoln Street Hampton, Virginia 23669 Fax #: 757-727-6788 As to Buyer: The American National Red Cross c/o Hampton Roads Chapter American Red Cross Attn: Heather Livingston Chief Executive Officer 4915 West Mercury Boulevard Newport News, Virginia 23605 Fax #: 757-838-7091 Copy to: The American Nationial Red Cross Office of the General Counsel 2025 E. Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20006 Attn: General Counsel Fax #: 202-303-0143 Copy to: Patrick B. McDermott, Esq. McDermott, Roe & Walter One West Queensway, Suite 200 Hampton, Virginia 23669 Fax No. 757-224-9586 Addresses may be changed by written notice given pursuant to this provision. 19. Governing Law/Venue. This Agreement shall be deemed to be a Virginia contract and shall be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the parties hereto designate the Circuit Court of the City of Hampton, Virginia as the proper venue for all litigation of issues relating to this Agreement. 20. Entire Agreement and Modification. There have been no other promises, consideration or representations made which are not set forth in this Agreement. There may be no modification of this Agreement, except in writing, executed by the authorized representatives of Seller and Buyer. WITNESS the following signatures and seals: SELLER: CITY OF HAMPTON By: _________________________ (SEAL) City Manager/Authorized Designee of City Manager ATTEST: Katherine Glass Clerk of Council BUYER: THE AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS By: /s/Heather Livingston (SEAL) Heather Livingston Hampton Roads Chapter Chief Executive Officer STATE OF VIRGINIA CITY OF HAMPTON, to-wit: The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this _____ day of __________, 2006, by ______________________, City Manager/Authorized Designee of the City Manager of the City of Hampton, Virginia, on its behalf. He/she is personally known to me. ____________________________________ Notary Public My Commission expires STATE OF VIRGINIA CITY OF HAMPTON, to-wit: The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this _____ day of ___________, 2006, by Katherine Glass, Clerk of Council of the City of Hampton, Virginia, on its behalf. She is personally known to me. ____________________________________ Notary Public My Commission expires STATE OF VIRGINIA CITY OF HAMPTON, to-wit: The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 29th day of August, 2006, by Heather Livingston, as Chief Executive Officer of the Hampton Roads Chapter of The American National Red Cross, a not-for-profit corporation under the law of the United States, on its behalf. She is personally known to me or has produced driver's license as identification. /s/Cheryl Ann Carnevale Notary Public My Commission expires: July 31, 2007 Approved as to Content: Approved as to Legal Sufficiency: /s/Ted Henifin /s/Vanessa T. 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