St. Louis Park
|Building Types Affected||Size||Compliance Deadline|
|Single-Family, Multi-Family, Non-Residential, Public/Government||Greater Than or Equal To 25,000 Sq. Feet||2020-06-01|
(1) A building if its primary use is industrial, and the industrial use of the building comprises the majority of energy demands for the building. A property owner must make a request to the city to qualify for this exemption. In order to qualify for an exemption, the property owner must permit the city to complete an inspection of the property. The city will determine whether the building qualifies for an exemption based on the requirements contained in this chapter. (2) Condominium multiple family residential buildings. (3) A property owner may request exemption in writing from the benchmarking and energy assessment requirements of subsection (a) for any of the following: (a) The property is presently experiencing qualifying financial distress such that the property is the subject of a qualified tax lien sale or public auction due to property tax arrearages, the property is controlled by a court-appointed receiver based on financial distress, the property is owned by a financial institution through default by the borrower, the property has been acquired by a deed in lieu of foreclosure, or the property has a senior mortgage which is subject to a notice of default; or (b) The property or areas of the property subject to the requirements of this section have been less than fifty (50) percent occupied during the calendar year for which benchmarking is required; or (c) The property does not have a certificate of occupancy or temporary certificate of occupancy for all twelve (12) months of the calendar year for which benchmarking is required.
Disclosure date of September 1st
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