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State Farmers Market Initiative 2013 Proposal as a result of the appraisal funded and directed by the General Assembly
State Farmers Market Initiative 2013 Current State Owned 39.4 of 137 acres
State Farmers Market Initiative 2013 Current State Owned Proposed Purchases Improved Land 69.87 of 137 acres
State Farmers Market Front Gate Operation
Wholesale Buildings and Sheds on Lot 25
Corbett Building – Including Restaurant
FM Properties LLC
Proposed Purchases State Appraisal Values Asset Front Gate 990,000 Wholesale Sheds 3,450,000 Wholesaler Bldg. 2,635,000 Corbett Bldg. 2,560,000 Corbett Bldg. Restaurant 255,000 FM Properties. LLC 3,630,000 Land900,000 ___________________________________________ Total $14,420,000
Financial Impact of Acquisitions Projected Cash Flow From Acquisitions (gross $) Front Gate Income 145,000 Additional Farmers Shed Stall Rental (24/7 gate) 85,000 Lot 25 Wholesale Sheds Rent 430,000 Lot 25 Wholesale Vendor Bldg. Leases230,000 Corbett Bldg. Lease Payment Terminated 195,000 FM Properties LLC Wholesale Vendor Bldg. Leases320,000 ___________________________________________________________ Total $1,405,000
Additional Operating Costs Personnel 235,000 Utilities 30,000 Security 45,000 Waste Handling 25,000 Equipment & Bldg. Repair & Maintenance 30,200 Insurance 11,600 Gas & Diesel 6,200 Other Increases 6,950 _______________________________________________________ Total $389,950
Post-Acquisitions Market Operations Projection Net Financial Impact From Acquisitions $1,015,050 Current Negative Cash Flow ($303,400) _____________________________________________________________ Projected Cash Flow Post-Acquisitions $711,650
Return on Investment Net Financial Impact From Acquisitions $1,015,050 Cost of Acquisitions $14,405,000 _____________________________________________________________ Return on Investment 7.05%
Proposed Acquisitions Previous Proposal (FYI) $16,300,000 Current Proposed Acquisitions $14,405,000
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