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File #: 18-3004    Version: 1 Name: Resolution - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas, Approving an Economic Development and Performance Agreement by and Between the Mansfield Economic Development Corporation (“MEDC”) and QRS Realty Investments, LLC and Authoriz
Type: Resolution Status: Old Business
File created: 12/27/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/11/2019 Final action: 1/28/2019
Title: Resolution - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas, Approving an Economic Development and Performance Agreement by and Between the Mansfield Economic Development Corporation (“MEDC”) and QRS Realty Investments, LLC and Authorizing its Execution by the President of the MEDC; and Providing an Effective Date
Sponsors: Clayton Chandler, Richard Nevins
Attachments: 1. Resolution

Title

Resolution - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mansfield, Texas, Approving an Economic Development and Performance  Agreement by and Between the Mansfield Economic Development Corporation (“MEDC”) and QRS Realty Investments, LLC and Authorizing its Execution by the President of the MEDC; and Providing an Effective Date

 

Requested Action

Staff requests this item be tabled until further notice.

 

Recommendation

Staff requests that item be tabled until further notice.

 

Description/History

Dr. Alan M. Taylor II, MD and his partners, (QRS Realty Investments. LLC), are building a 39,000 sq. ft., 3 story office tower adjacent to their existing facility at 851 Highway 287 N. They purchased their current facility in 2011. It is a 10,500 sq. ft. former restaurant near the Wal-Mart parking lot located between Popeye’s and Chase Bank.  The proposed new building would be an expansion of this facility with additional general office space for lease. The MEDC Board had previously approved assistance for this project and a draft economic development agreement was prepared. There have been some changes to the project that will require the Board's reconsideration. Staff intends to discuss these changes at the February 5th MEDC Board meeting. Staff will follow the Board's recommendation and, if necessary, will place this item on a future City Council agenda for reconsideration.

 

 .Justification

This project will bring much needed class A office space to the Mansfield market, create additional tax revenue and new jobs.

 

Funding Source

4A

 

Prepared By

Richard Nevins, Director Economic Development, 817-728-3652