Aldermanic Committee Recommends Renewing Tax Incentives For McKee Urgent Care

The new bill would extend a 2017 development agreement that partially reimburses Paul McKee for building a three-bed urgent care on the former Pruitt-Igoe site. The development was eligible for $6.4 million in tax incentives for its first phase, another $1.6 million for its second phase and additional tax incentives.

But the developer did not meet the deadlines in the original agreement, meaning incentives must be re-approved.

It remains unclear whether the bill can legally be passed as itโ€™s currently written. The city attempted to sever its development agreement with Paul McKee last year, stating little had been done in the larger 1,500-acre project area. But McKee lender Bank of Washington sued the city, and litigation is still ongoing.


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