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WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION • Project Fact Sheet • Important Telephone Numbers • Site Plan • Directions



2. ACCOMMODATIONS • Lodging Suggestions



3. TENANT IMPROVEMENT INFORMATION • Tenant Improvement Construction Information • Food Tenant Design Requirements • Barricade Specifications • Construction Rules • Satellite Dish Information • Temporary Tenants Checklist/Info

• List of Architects

• List of Tenant Improvement Contractors

• List of Subcontractors (including Required) • Utilities

• Employment Resources/Classified Advertising



4. EXHIBIT A - BUILDING DEPARTMENT CONSTRUCTION BASICS • Permit Application Info

5. EXHIBIT B - FIRE PREVENTION • Egress Law • Rules for Open Remodels

6. EXHIBIT C - PROCEDURES FOR ELECTRICAL POWER FAILURES

7. MISCELLANEOUS

• Schedule of Inspections • Store Electrical Requirements • Night Outages Process – Orange & Rockland Memo • Track Lighting for “T” Bar Ceiling Exhibit • Wall Detail • 2017 – New Address Listings











WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS Project Fact Sheet





LANDLORD: CPG PARTNERS, LP WOODBURY EXPANSION, LLC c/o SIMON PREMIUM OUTLETS 60 Columbia Road Bldg. B, 3rd Floor Morristown, NJ 07960 Phone (973) 228-6111 Fax (973) 683-1359

MANAGEMENT OFFICE: Woodbury Common Premium Outlets 498 Red Apple Court Central Valley, NY 10917 Phone (845) 928-7467 Fax (845) 928-7260

















WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS Important Telephone Numbers

Town of Woodbury Building Department (845) 928-6829 Ext. 5

Town of Woodbury Clerk (845) 928-6829 Ext. 7

Police Department Business Office (845) 928-2341

County Environmental Health (845) 291-2331

Post Office (845) 928-6016

Federal Express (800) 463-3339

United Parcel Service (800) 742-5877

Emergency 911

Frontier for new Telephone service: (800) 921-8102

Central Hudson: (Gas) (800) 527- 2714

Orange & Rockland (Electric) (845) 782-8121

















WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS SITE MAP

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WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS DIRECTIONS

From: Newark Airport

Follow signs to the Garden State Parkway, North. Take the Parkway to the end. Follow signs to the New York Thruway North (I-87), toward Albany. Proceed on Thruway to Exit 16 (village will be visible on right). Make a right at the exit onto Route 32 (Central Valley). Entrance to Woodbury Common will be the first right.

From: New York City

Proceed over the George Washington Bridge. Take the Palisades Parkway North to the Central Valley exit (Route 6 West). At traffic circle follow Route 6 West until you come to Exit for Route 32 North Newburgh- Central Valley. Turn right off exit ramp and go to the 3rd light and turn right into Woodbury Common’s entrance. The Administration Office located on the 2nd Floor of the Tower Building (on your left with a steeple). The office entrance is on the far side of the building.

From: Tappan Zee Bridge

Cross the Tappan Zee Bridge to the New York State Thruway (I-87), North (toward Albany). Proceed on Thruway to Exit 16 - Harriman. After the tolls, stay to the right, take ramp to Woodbury Boulevard, and follow into center.

From: Long Island

West on Long Island Expressway - to cross Island Parkway North - to Throgsneck Bridge (Interstate 295) - to cross Bronx Expressway (West Interstate 95). Continue on Cross Bronx to George Washington Bridge - Upper Level. Immediately at West end of bridge exit onto Palisades Parkway North. Exit Palisades Parkway at New York State Throughway North (I-87) towards Albany. Remain on New York State Thruway to Exit 16 Harriman. Bear right onto Woodbury Boulevard.



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WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS LODGING SUGGESTIONS

Hampton Inn Woodbury 60 Centre Drive Central Valley, NY 10917 Phone (845) 782-9600

America’s Best Value Inn 139 Route 32 Central Valley, NY 10917 Phone (845) 928-2266

Days Inn Route 300 Newburgh, NY 12250 Phone (845) 564-7550

Hampton Inn Woodbury Harriman, NY Phone (845) 782-9600

Howard Johnson Route 17K Newburgh, NY 12550 Phone (845) 564-4000

Ramada Inn Route 300 Newburgh, NY 12550 Phone (845) 564-4500

Comfort Inn 5 Lakeside Road Newburgh, NY Phone (845) 567-0567

Super 8 Motel 563, Route 211 East Newburgh, NY Phone (845) 564-5700







WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS Tenant Improvement Construction Information

1. Please provide Landlord with one (1) full size set of prints and an electronic file (pdf/dwg) for the plan review/approval process. An email attachment will be acceptable or you can e-mail the file directly to the Tenant Manager on disc. Your tenant improvement drawings must be approved by Landlord prior to commencing work. Please allow 5-10 working days for Landlord review.

2. Please note that tenant is required to provide Landlord with one electronic set of as-built tenant improvement drawings (including any plan check corrections or engineered plans) upon completion of the store construction.

Every tenant planning an exterior renovation of their space MUST submit photos of all existing conditions, colored building elevations AND a 3-dimensional perspective image of the proposed building improvements.

3. All tenant contractors must provide Landlord with an original signed copy of the Construction Rules (see following). The tenant contractor obtaining the tenant improvement permit is the contractor responsible for submitting all required information and certificates of insurance to the Landlord.

4. A tenant may not open for business without a signed executed lease.

5. By order of the Building Dept., Open Remodels are prohibited for any Tenant whose space is less than 5,000 SF.

6. Due to the structural engineering design of the roof system, Tenants and/or their contractors cannot attach to or construct anything on the bottom of the roof trusses unless approved by Landlord.

7. OPEN SHOP

8. The address for Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is as follows:

Tenant Name/DBA Woodbury Common Premium Outlets ### (Street Name) Court/Road/Lane Central Valley, NY 10917

***Please use your individual suite number as the street number in combination with your specific courtyard/street name (for example: Simon Gifts, 123 Adirondack Way, Central Valley, NY 10917). See the new address chart in the rear of this manual!

DO NOT have deliveries of store supplies or your tenant improvement construction materials made prior to your store turnover date. A representative of your company must be onsite to receive any deliveries for your store. The Landlord cannot accept any deliveries for your store. No provision has been made for on-site storage until your suite is ready for turnover.

9. Tenants and their contractors will be responsible for removal of all construction and store set up debris generated during tenant improvement construction. This includes all debris from store fixtures and initial merchandise deliveries. A trash bin must be ordered from the contractor listed in this handbook and location of bin must be approved by the Building Department and Center Management, covered nightly and removed on weekends.

10. Tenants are to order their utility services (electricity, gas and telephone) to begin on their turnover date or their construction start date, whichever is the earlier. See utility company listing in this handbook.

11. Tenant shall make application for electrical service in Tenant’s name prior to start of Tenant’s work. If permanent electrical meters are not installed prior to start of Tenant improvement construction, Tenant’s electrical contractor shall be responsible to provide temporary power and lighting for the Demised Premises, per code, with ground fault protection. Upon completion of the permanent system of electrical power furnished by the Landlord, Tenant’s contractor may utilize the permanent power from the Tenant’s panel board.

12. All Tenants must provide regular maintenance of their HVAC system. Each Tenant is to provide a copy of their maintenance contract to the General Manager within one (1) month of their turnover date.

13. Protection for the HVAC unit(s) (construction filter) must be in place prior to the start of Tenant’s construction. The HVAC unit must also be cleaned when tenant construction is complete. This is the responsibility of the Tenant, NOT the Landlord. If painting ceiling, HVAC unit must be off – not running. Relocation of thermostat controls shall be at the Tenant’s expense and any repairs or failed installations resulting from incomplete or inadequate relocation shall be the Tenant’s responsibility.



14. KIOSK STRUCTURE CHANGES: Tenants are to submit preliminary design drawings ONLY and should not commence work on drawings until the design is approved by Landlord.

15. To meet new requirements set by the Town of Woodbury Fire Marshal, stores will be required to upgrade their fire alarm systems to meet the current local code and regulations. The REQUIRED firm authorized to perform work on the fire alarm system (please refer to required subcontractors list) Please contact them for information on additions, alterations and/or upgrading your system. All devices (smokes, pull stations, strobes, etc.) must be addressable and connected to our monitoring system. Please contact them at least 4 weeks in advance and provide them with a set of plans. No other types of fire alarm systems are permitted. If you are required by your insurance carrier to have an additional fire alarm for your store, plans and specs for this system must be approved by the Landlord prior to the start of construction.

THERE IS A FINE FROM THE TOWN OF WOODBURY FOR FALSE FIRE ALARMS. CALL OR VISIT THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE SO THAT THE DETECTORS, ETC. CAN BE TAKEN “OFF-LINE” WHEN YOU ARE WORKING IN THE TENANT SPACE AND THERE IS A DANGER THAT A FALSE ALARM MAY OCCUR. THE ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AT WCPO IS VERY SENSITIVE AND WILL GO OFF IF THERE IS ANY PAINT SPRAY, SANDING, ETC. THAT GETS INTO AN ADDRESSABLE SMOKE DETECTOR. PULL STATIONS CAN BE CAREFULLY MOVED (AFTER DISABLING) AND SPRINKLER SYSTEMS MUST BE DISABLED WHEN WORK IS DONE ON THAT SYSTEM OR IF THERE IS A DANGER OF A SPRINKLER HEAD ACTIVATING DUE TO WORK BEING DONE. CONTRACTOR REPRESENTATIVE MUST REPORT TO THE ADMINISTRATION OFFICE WHEN ALARMS CAN BE PUT BACK ON LINE.

16. TWO (2) COMPLETE STAMPED SETS OF TENANT IMPROVEMENT PLANS WILL BE REQUIRED FOR PLAN CHECK SUBMITTAL TO THE TOWN OF WOODBURY. THE TOWN OF WOODBURY BUILDING DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN TAKING TWO TO THREE WEEKS’ TIME TO PROCESS TENANT’S PLANS THROUGH PLAN CHECK FOR PERMIT. YOUR CONTRACTOR WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO START ANY TENANT IMPROVEMENT WORK BEFORE THE TI PERMIT IS ISSUED. IN ADDITION TO THE IMPROVEMENT PLANS IT WILL BE THE TENANT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO SUPPLY A COPY OF THE LANDLORD PLAN APPROVAL LETTER TO THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT BEFORE A PERMIT WILL BE ISSUED.

17. As of August 1, 2015, the Village of Woodbury Building Department is now limiting the hours of its inspections. Inspections will now be scheduled between the hours of 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM on a first come, first served basis.



18. All mechanical and electrical permits must be purchased by State licensed tradesmen, and separate permitting fees are charged.

19. Before a Certificate of Occupancy can be issued, a final inspection and approval must be made by the Building Inspector and by the Town of Woodbury Fire Marshal. Tenants cannot have merchandise delivered to their store until the store construction is complete and the Building Inspector has made a construction inspection. At that time the inspector will give the store the “OK” to merchandise. Once the merchandising is completed, the inspector is to be called back for the final inspection at which time the “CO” will be issued and the store may open for business. Please do not ship any merchandise to your store until you know when you have the release from the Town of Woodbury inspector to deliver your merchandise into the store.

20. All contractors and their sub-contractors performing work within your store must have a valid business license. Applications for said license can be obtained from the Orange County Planning Office. (please refer to subcontractor list)

21. Due to structural engineering design of the roof system, Tenants and/or their contractors CANNOT attach to or construct anything to the bar joist, girders, or metal deck. If your tenant improvement construction involves structural changes or attachments to the building shell, said work must be designed by a licensed structural engineer and submitted to Landlord’s structural engineer for review and approval. Any cost of this review is the responsibility of Tenant.

22. If tenants or their contractors saw cut / jackhammer the concrete floor slab, the replacement slab must be installed with doweling and reinforced concrete. Landlord’s onsite representative is to be notified and scheduled 24 hours in advance of any sawcutting work. Many areas of the building cannot be sawcut due to structural reasons. Tenants must verify with Landlord representative.

23. A fire rated exit corridor may or may not be required by the Town of Woodbury Building Department, depending on each store’s layout and size. Tenants are to consult with a State of New York licensed architect on this and all building code issues, or contact the Town of Woodbury Building Inspector.

24. The Town of Woodbury Building Department requires a building permit for ALL tenant improvement construction.

25. If a rolling rack type system is going to be used within the demised premises, based on the type and/or size, the Building Department will require perforated shelving in lieu of solid type shelves. These plans should be reviewed with the Fire Marshal prior to installation.

26. The Town of Woodbury has designated receiving areas behind tenant spaces as fire lanes. One construction vehicle may be allowed to park in these locations only when absolutely necessary and at the discretion of Woodbury Common management. Permits for parking may be obtained from the Administration Office in the Tower. There is a fine for illegal parking in a fire lane. All non-permitted vehicles are ticketed by the Town of Woodbury Police and subject to tow.

27. Post-construction inspection will be performed by Woodbury Common Premium Outlets. Contractor must notify Management Office at least 24 hours prior to completion of work to enable inspection to be scheduled. Any deficiency will be the responsibility of the Tenant Contractor. Please note that attic inspections are part of this process. All unused material in attics must be removed including old HVAC ducts, wiring, etc. Insulation must be in place and all sprinklers, electrical, HVAC, etc. must be installed per Code.

NOTE: Additional Town guidelines/requirements can be found as exhibits at the end of this handbook

28. Door replacement is the responsibility of the tenant. Any door replacement on a suite must have proper address signage replaced at the cost of contractor/Tenant and must be pre-approved.

29. Cutting, Welding and Grinding Activities

▪ Welding and cutting is not permitted near large quantities of exposed, readily ignitable materials, in areas not authorized by Center Management, or on metal partitions, walls or roofs with combustible covering or with combustible construction.

▪ Floors shall be free of combustibles, such as wood shavings. If the floor is of combustible material, it should be kept wet or otherwise protected.

▪ If combustibles are closer than 35 feet to the welding, grinding, or cutting process, and the work cannot be moved or the combustibles relocated at least 35 feet away, they should be protected with flame proofed covers, metal guards, etc. (Note: only non-asbestos, flame-retardant materials should be used for protective covers. For information on the use of welding blankets and their selection, see Environment, Safety and Health Bulletin DOE/EH-0039. Issue 19, “Welding Blankets: The Unexpected Hazards,” dated March 1987).

▪ Openings in walls, floors, or ducts within 35 feet of the work shall be covered.

▪ Cutting, grinding, or welding on pipes or other metal in contact with combustible walls, partitions, ceilings, or roofs should not be done when close enough to cause ignition by heat conduction.

The Landlord shall be notified whenever welding, grinding, and cutting activities are scheduled to be performed, and also including when the following conditions exist:

▪ Appreciable combustible materials (in the building’s construction or contents), are closer than 35 feet to the point of operation.

▪ Appreciable combustibles are more than 35 feet away, but are easily ignited by sparks.

▪ Wall or floor openings within a 35-foot radius expose combustible material in adjacent areas, including concealed spaces in walls or floors.

Contractors are required to notify the Center Management office 48 hours in advance of any cutting, welding or grinding work to be performed. Tenant must perform the work during non-business hours.

30. Burglar Alarms / Perimeter Intrusion Security Devices

All such devices must be approved by the Landlord prior to installation, including application of "riot glass" or any type of film to doors and/or windows. No exterior alarms, strobe lights, or other enunciator devices may be mounted on storefronts. Due to potential interference with the Center's fire alarm system, "Smoke Cloak", or similar systems which generate smoke, are prohibited. Application of any decals to storefronts referencing Security protection must be done in compliance with Premium Outlet's Storefront Criteria.

31. Tenant Ceilings: All ceiling mounted fixtures, lighting, track, signs, etc. must be supported and NOT be toggled to or supported in anyway by the ceiling system.

32. Visitor Name Badges

No contractor is allowed on our property without wearing a visitor badge. A contractor may pick up badges for his entire crew at the mall office. These badges self destruct within 24 hours, thus every day you must get new ones. Everyone working in the suite must wear a badge. If security sees an expired badge, you will be asked to obtain a new one at the office before any other work can be performed.

33. Music Systems: SPEAKERS ARE NOT TO BE LOCATED NEAR OR MOUNTED TO DEMISING WALLS AND/OR OUTSIDE OF THE TENANT DEMISED SPACE.

34. Any exterior changes to storefront should revert to the Storefront Design Criteria which can be found at ww.simon.com

35. Contractor Parking: One parking pass is issued per store. Receiving areas are fire lanes and vehicles parked without pass are subject to tickets and towing at owner’s expense. Management office will provide pass and map as to where contractors can park.



























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Food Tenant Design Requirements

Below is the minumum design requirements that must be used by ALL Food and Food Court Tenants for all kitchen prep area’s.

This requirement is to prevent any mositure or dampness penetrating the demising wall(s) that can lead to damage to the food space and/or adjoining spaces.

Demising and/or concrete walls:

1. Demising walls must be moisture resistant gypsum board w/ Sporgard™ (National Gypsum) on metal studs. Other wall options acceptable by landlord would be Hardibacker prior to installing wall finishes or Ultracode drywall, by USG. All concrete walls, rear or demising, must be furred out with the above specs, no exceptions.

2. Install water proof membrane a minumum of 24” above floor.

3. FRP applied to all walls to a minumum height or 48” above wall base tile, and caulked with a silicone sealant.

4. Metal or PVC corner guard must be applied to all corners and caulked with a silicone sealant.

Flooring area:

1. Floor tile and flooring base installed must be sealed. This application should be re-applied semi-annually.

2. Floor drains must be installed in any food preparation area that require cleaning methods of hosing or washing walls. It is the tenant responsibility to make certain that all flooring is sloped for proper drainage to the floor drain(s).

Tile/Grout: Must have Durock and /or equal applied to studs.











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Barricade Specifications

If a barricade will be used, the tenant is REQUIRED to supply and install graphics as outlined below.

1” x 4” Molding along Exterior, Finished T III Board, 4” on center top, bottom & corners Painted White by Tenant/GC















Existing Grade Level Surface

Barricades must be erected if there is any construction that goes beyond or on the exterior front wall of the tenant space. These barricades must be painted with 3 coats of white paint, and Graphics are required. Tenant contractor must maintain a safe environment for customers and employees during construction period. All work areas must be inaccessible or blocked off from customer/employee flow.



Barricade Specifications

Barricade Construction Notes:

1. No openings are permitted. 2. All supporting must be concealed behind the barricade 3. Placement & design must be approved in writing by LL PRIOR to installation. 4. Signage/Graphics: 2mm black pvc, 2’x4’ with white optima bold lettering to be ordered and approved by management office prior to fabrication. 5. Tenants that utilize “second surface” graphics during construction (approved by the Landlord) directly on the storefront show windows and entry doors, a 3x3 area that allows 100% clear visibility into the store at eye level (on the door) must be provided for mall security purposes.

*Food Court Barricades MUST go to top of ceiling to prevent dust in food court area.



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Construction Rules

1. CHECK-IN Visitor Name Badges

No contractor is allowed on our property without wearing a Visitor Badge. A contractor may pick up badges for his entire crew at the mall office. These badges change colors within 24 hours, thus every day you must get new ones. Everyone working in the suite must wear a badge. If security sees an expired badge, you will be asked to obtain a new one at the office before any other work can be performed.

Contractors will not be permitted to start work until the following items have been met:

A. Contractor furnishes proper evidence of required insurance coverage B. Contractor furnishes copy of building permit. C. Contractor furnishes names and phone numbers (office and home or local) of contractor’s supervisory personnel. D. Contractor furnishes names and phone numbers of prime subcontractors. E. Contractor acknowledges receipt via an executed original copy of these Construction Rules. F. Lease has been executed/hold harmless.

The Tenant/Tenant Contractor shall furnish Landlord with all required information prior to commencing construction. Failure to do so will entitle Landlord not to turnover space.

When construction is complete, the tenant/tenant contractor must submit a final set of “as builts”, on CD, in addition to a copy of the Certificate of Occupancy. The Landlord may also require a post-inspection of the store to ensure work was performed per Landlord approved plans.

2. INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

Per Pipino (October 2012) we are no longer allowed to give out sample COI’s. Please inquire at Center Management Office. Phone (845) 928- 7467

3. PROPER DISPOSAL AND/OR CLEANING OF WATER BASED MATERIALS AND HAZARDOUS WASTE

The General Contractor and/or the On-Site Coordinator for the General Contractor will be held responsible for all sub-contractors and vendors involved in the tenant improvement job, for the proper disposal and/or cleaning of water based materials and hazardous waste.

It is the Contractor’s responsibility to monitor the activities of all persons involved in the tenant improvement job, and to see that the following rules are abided by.

1. Under NO circumstances are the storm drains to be utilized for the disposal of any liquid or product.

2. Any hazardous waste material (including oil-based paints, enamels, chemicals, etc.) must be disposed of through legal and approved methods. Under NO circumstances are hazardous waste materials to be disposed of in any trash bin, storm drain, sewer drain or landscaped area.

3. Any cleaning of tools, surfaces or equipment involving a water- based or latex substance, must be done within the tenant space and all by-product of that substance, must be processed through the sewer/ plumbing system.

4. If the tenant space does not have water and/or plumbing facilities, arrangements for water and cleaning/ disposal as noted above, must be arranged through the Management Office.

5. Under NO circumstances are the public restrooms to be used for the above noted conditions, or any other condition associated with the improvement of the tenant space.

6. All materials incorporated in the tenant space shall be 100 percent free of asbestos-containing materials.

4. LICENSE REQUIREMENTS Tenant shall only employ contractors/subcontractors licensed, as required, by state and/or local jurisdictions, if applicable.

5. WORK AREA All of contractor’s work, storage of materials, construction office, etc., must be confined to within the Demised Premises. Landlord shall have no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any loss or damage to property belonging to Tenant or its contractor, and left in the Demised Premises or anywhere else.

6. DELIVERIES Deliveries will be made only through entrances and routes designated by Landlord’s onsite representative. All deliveries through the public shopping area must be completed before the center is open to the public. Landlord will establish delivery routes which are subject to change. If items are too large to fit through the tenant’s rear entrance, contractor shall request and get the center’s prior permission to deliver through the main entrance. The common area corridors cannot be used as storage – they must remain clear and free of all obstructions at all time.

7. PARKING Parking for construction personnel will be permitted in Landlord designated areas only. Trucks and/or trailers must not be left on the property without permission from the Landlord.

8. LOADING ZONES Loading Zones will be kept open for deliveries when possible. Parking in Loading Zones is strictly PROHIBITED. Delivery vehicles must be completely unloaded at curb side and then moved out. Unattended parked vehicles in Loading Zones will be tagged or towed at the expense of the Tenant serviced by the vehicle.

9. PRE-OPENING SERVICES A. Electricity/Gas – If permanent power has not been installed prior to the start of tenant improvement construction, Tenant’s contractor shall be responsible to provide temporary power and lighting for the Demised Premises, per code, with ground fault protection. Temporary power by generator or electrical usage charges are the responsibility of the Tenant.

B. Water - Water for construction purposes can be made available. Contact Landlord’s on-site representative if your suite does not have an existing restroom.

C. Telephone - Pay telephones may not be available on-site. Contractors are advised to make telephone arrangements with the local carrier prior to arrival for construction telephone service.

D. Trash Removal - Tenants, Tenant Contractors, all sub- contractors and suppliers are required to remove trash and construction debris from the Demised Premises and to arrange for dumpster service in designated areas. Contractor must provide a waste container schedule including placement, delivery and pick- up dates. *Placement of dumpster must be coordinated with on- site Landlord representative. Tenant trash and debris accumulating within the store, in the shopping center, in public areas or loading areas will be removed by Landlord at Tenant's expense. Tenant agrees to pay such expenses to Landlord upon demand. Order roll-off drop box from required contractor. (See required subcontractors page) *Containers are to be removed off premises on Fridays and returned on Monday (unless it is a holiday)

10. FIRE SPRINKLER PROTECTION Tenant contractors shall provide fire extinguishers within the premises as required by Public Safety Officials. All fire sprinkler system modifications must be performed by the required Sprinkler subcontractor and must be tied into Landlord’s existing fire sprinkler system, if applicable. (See required subcontractors page) Any changes to existing fire sprinkler system must be submitted to and approved by the Fire and Building Departments. Prior to deactivating sprinklers, Center Management must be notified 24 hours in advance of a shut down.

Any time a tenant/ tenant’s general or sprinkler contractor requires a fire sprinkler system shutdown, a check must be collected, payable to the center’s entity, in the amount specified by Center Management PRIOR to providing access to the space or taking any action to permit draining the system in order to perform the requested sprinkler work. Notification of a shutdown that extends after operating hours will require a fire watch. Should the fire watch entail additional unbudgeted Security hours, the center may invoice the tenant to cover these incremental costs.

11. FIRE ALARM - BUILDING MONITORING SYSTEM If the Fire Department determines that additional alarm devices are required, all Building Monitoring System modifications must be performed by the landlord required Fire Alarm contractor and tied into the Landlord’s existing monitoring system, if applicable. (See required subcontractors page) Prior to deactivating monitoring system, Center Management must be notified. This procedure will be similar to the sprinkler process as stated in this section.

If the tenant’s General Contractor is installing duct work, the duct detector MUST be installed by the Landlords required contractor and tied into the Landlord existing monitoring system.

All Building Monitoring System pull stations and horn/strobes must be clear of all obstructions.  Tenant/Tenant Contractor to verify existing locations in field.

12. ELECTRICAL/SECURITY ALARMS The contractor shall not enter any electrical room without the center’s permission. No security alarm boxes, horns, sirens or doorbells shall be installed on or above storefronts.

13. Mechanical System Tenant’s mechanical contractor will need to provide an HVAC balance report, at the end of construction to Landlord.

14. SLAB Tenant and Tenant flooring contractors are responsible for minor floor patching in accordance with good installation practices as well as for the determination of compatibility of flooring products and/or adhesive with Landlord's concrete slab. Landlord does not accept responsibility and will not be liable for water vapor emissions through the slab that exceed flooring manufacturer's recommendations or are due to the effects of saw cutting.

UNDERSLAB WORK All work must be coordinated with and approved by the Operations Manager. All slab saw cutting or penetrations require that replacement slab be installed with reinforced concrete. In some suites, saw cutting is not allowed because it will interfere with the structural integrity of the building. The Tenant/Tenant’s general contractor is responsible to ensure that there are no underground utilities/services BEFORE cutting any concrete, anywhere on the property. The Tenant will be liable for all repairs and/or lost business due to a utility or service interruption as a result of cutting the slab.

Any requested structural modifications including, but not limited to, sawcuts, gradebeams, roof modification, HVAC framing, etc. is required to be performed by the Landlord's required structural engineer at tenant’s sole expense.

Laurene, Rickher & Sorrell, PC Mark Rickher 980-235-2624 [email protected]

15. WORK PRACTICES All work practices and personnel performing work in Tenant spaces must be compatible with the practices and personnel employed by Landlord. Upon notice that any work practices or personnel are not compatible, the Tenant shall be responsible for the immediate termination of said practices or the immediate removal of said personnel from the Shopping Center property.

Contractor work shall be performed in a thorough, first-class and workmanlike manner and shall be in good and usable condition at the date of completion thereof. If, in the center’s judgment the work fails to comply with this standard, the Tenant will not be allowed to open until any discrepancies are remedied.

The contractor’s employees must not curse, expectorate or otherwise act unprofessionally and must wear shirts and safety glasses as well as adhere to all other OSHA regulations on this project at all times.

16. USE OF SHOPPING CENTER Access to the Mall shall be subject to control at all times by Landlord for purposes of Landlord security and for protecting the Shopping Center finishes from damage. At no time shall the Shopping Center be used by Tenant Contractor or its employees for lounging, eating, rest breaks, etc. Tenant shall be responsible for seeing that this rule is strictly observed by his contractor(s).

17. PROTECTION OF WORK AND PROPERTY Tenant and Tenant Contractor shall protect their work from damage and shall protect the work of other Tenants and Landlord from damage by Tenant, Tenant Contractor and their employees and subcontractors. Work area is limited to your tenant space only.

Protection for the HVAC unit(s) (construction filter) must be in place prior to the start of Tenant’s construction. The HVAC unit must also be cleaned when tenant construction is complete. This is the responsibility of the Tenant, NOT the Landlord. If painting ceiling, sawcutting or heavy sanding, HVAC unit must be off – not running.

18. STRICTLY PROHIBITED WORK AND PRACTICES A. Any combustible materials above finished ceilings or in any other concealed non-sprinkle space. B. Imposing any structural load, temporary or permanent, on any part of the Landlord’s work or structure without the approval of Landlord’s Engineer. C. Cutting any holes or trenching in Landlord installed floor slabs. Cutting any holes in Landlord installed walls or roof.

19. CORRECTIVE WORK DONE BY LANDLORD Any sums which shall become due to Landlord by Tenant or its contractor as a result of and arising out of Tenant’s construction work (including without limitations, in-slab plumbing line installed by Landlord, electricity charges during construction, trash removal and damage to Landlord’s property) shall be considered as additional rent, and shall become payable immediately upon demand by Landlord.

20. ROOFING Tenant shall employ the Landlord’s required roofing subcontractor for such work as Tenant’s own agent and contractor. (See required subcontractors page) The work shall be performed in such a manner that the Landlord’s building schedule, Landlord’s roofing guarantee, and the work to be performed by other Tenants of the Shopping Center will not be affected adversely.

ROOF STRUCTURE For items affecting structure (i.e. roof top units), Tenants are to submit preliminary design drawings ONLY and should not commence work on drawings until the design is approved by Landlord.

Due to the structural engineering design of the roof system, Tenants and/or their contractors cannot attach to or construct anything on the bottom of the roof trusses unless approved by Landlord. Drilling or bolting through structural members is prohibited. Uni-struts, C- Clamps, and tension brackets are allowed for attachments to structural joist system above. If a structural engineer is needed to determine any structural calculations with Tenant drawings, Tenant is responsible for these services and costs.

Roof openings, including necessary curbs and flashings to accommodate the installation of the Tenant’s work, shall be located as directed by the Landlord.

All work to be coordinated in advance with the onsite management team.

21. CUTTING, WELDING AND GRINDING ACTIVITIES Welding and cutting is not permitted near large quantities of exposed, readily ignitable materials, in areas not authorized by Center Management, or on metal partitions, walls or roofs with combustible covering or with combustible construction.

22. DUST, DIRT, SMELLS AND NOISE Tracking dust and dirt into the common area is prohibited. Contractor’s employees should remove as much dirt and dust as possible before entering the common area.

Proper care must be taken when working with glues, paints and any other materials requiring special ventilation. Such smells must not waft into the common area or other tenant spaces.

Loud noises, particularly those created by the use of jackhammers, rivet guns and grinding equipment, shall not be used during center hours without the center’s prior permission. All radios and music must be kept at a low volume that cannot be heard outside the tenant space.

23. CLEAN-OUTS Some tenant suites may have furred out columns with access panels to an existing roof drain clean out.  Access panels, whether in front or rear of space, is to remain clear of all obstructions.  Floor clean- outs are also to remain clear of all obstructions.

25. Animals/Pets Service Animals trained specifically to assist disabled person are permitted on property, all other animals as strictly prohibited.

26. Weapons Possession of any article defined as a weapon, whether illegal or not, is at no time permitted on property, unless such weapon is in the possession of a law enforcement officer required to carry such a weapon.

Construction Rules

26. INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT: Hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless CPG PARTNERS, L.P./WOODBURY EXPANSION, LLC, parent, subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, employees and agents, hereinafter referred to as CPG, from and against any and all claims and demands of any nature whatsoever (including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, claims for consequential damages, loss of profits and damage to property of CPG), including costs, litigation expenses, counsel fees and liabilities incurred in connection therewith, arising out of injury to, or death of, any person or damage to property, caused in whole or in part by the acts of omissions of ,and its subcontractors, suppliers, material men, or any other person directly or indirectly employed by them, or any of them, while engaged in the performance of the work or any activity associated therewith or relative thereto.

The center reserves the right to stop work in progress for any violation of the above rules and regulations.

I have read, understand and agree to observe the above Construction Rules Numbers 1 through 26 and have taken possession of the demised space.

Date

Contractor By

_________________ Working in Store Number Tenant

















WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS SATELLITE DISH INFORMATION

Effective as of August 10, 2012, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets will NO longer allow the installation of Satellite Dishes. No Exceptions will be made.

















WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS TEMPORARY TENANTS

IF CONSTRUCTION WILL BE PERFORMED:

Submittal of plans to Landlord required Yes X No Submittal of plans to Building Department Yes X No

Business License Required Yes No X Signage & Permit Required Yes No X Construction Permit Required Yes X No

Length of time to acquire construction permit 3-4 Weeks

Inspection needed to get Certificate of Occupancy Yes X No ___

ASSUMING NO CONSTRUCTION:

Submittal of plans to Landlord required Yes X No

Submittal of plans to Building Department Yes X No

(Fixture Plan)

Business License Required Yes No X Signage & Permit Required Yes No X Construction Permit Required Yes X No

Length of time to acquire construction permit 1 Week







VERIFY WITH THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT AS THE INFORMATION ABOVE MAY HAVE CHANGED.



WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS

Procedures for Temporary Tenants

After finalizing details with Leasing/Legal:

Submit sketch / plan showing how the space will be set up, including the location of all fixtures, and if anything is to be built, such as dressing rooms, office etc., to the Premium Outlet Property Group Tenant Manager. (A letter from the Landlord to the building department is required before a building permit will be issued.) At the same time, submit the same information to the Town of Woodbury Building Department, along with the completed building application form and a check for all required fees.

A fire alarm inspection must be completed next. This inspection must be set up with Sirina Fire Alarm, (212) 929-6800, and scheduled with Woodbury Common, and witnessed by the town of Woodbury building inspector. (This process usually can be completed within a week)

Once item 2 has been completed, the store can then receive merchandise and be set up for operation.

After fixturing and merchandise is in place and complete and all boxes, tools, ladders, etc. are removed from space, a request for a final inspection has to be made with the Building inspector. This inspection is required BEFORE the store can open for business.

Plans for temporary signage are required to be submitted to the tenant manager, in advance, to obtain Landlord approval for signage. (Please allow enough time to acquire Landlord approval and have the sign fabricated in time for the store opening. (Banners of any type are NOT allowed)

OTHER Notes / Reminders:

After obtaining Landlord approval, all work / activity must be scheduled with the “Facilities Manager” at Woodbury Common.

A space will not be turned over until:

1. A signed lease with Simon Property Group is provided. 2. Tenant / Contractor provides a copy of the Building Permit. 3. Contractor / Vendor supplies Certificate of Insurance, per the Landlords criteria. 4. Rules and Regulations are signed by the person accepting the space.







If occupancy will exceed 30 days, the tenant is required to contact the utility companies to establish service in their name. Tenant in a space for 30 days or less will be invoiced directly by Woodbury Common for all utilities used.

1 Tenants must insure that all exit signs are operating and that Fire extinguisher’s are in place, and there is no storage or material of any kind located in designated fire egress corridors.

2

3 Phone installs can take up to two weeks to be connected. Contact Frontier Communications ASAP (800) 921-8102.



4 Any signage to be applied to the windows announcing sale, must be submitted to the management office for review and approval.



5 If occupancy will exceed 30 days, the tenant is required to contact: Waste Management at (800) 917- 3619 to arrange for a trash container.



Please verify with local jurisdiction since code and procedure may have been modified.



WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS

ARCHITECTS

Barry Terach Architects 8 Turner Rd Central Valley, NY 10917 Phone (845) 928-3988 Fax (845) 928-3599



Lehman Architectural Group

Jerome Eben 39 Woodland Rd. Roseland, NJ 07068 Phone (973) 228-8800 Fax (973) 228-9339

Sargenti Architects Rob Sargenti, RA 45 First Street Lodi, NJ 07110 Phone (973) 253-9393 Email [email protected]











Note: The above list represents firms which have performed work on behalf of owner or tenants at the shopping center, and is provided solely for the convenience of Tenant. The inclusion of any firm or individual on this list should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement by owner and owner disclaims any such endorsement, express or implied.





WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS

CONTRACTORS







Bloom Construction (845) 774-5897

Centurion Companies, Inc. (201) 485-8755

Corcon (516) 505-2700

Creative Carpentry Connection (845) 427-2463

DL Morse and Associates, Inc. (231) 719-8328

EBS Builders (732) 204-2085

Embassy Construction (646) 688-4112

Fred L. Holt, Inc. (845) 735-4054

Hall Acoustics & Drywall (845) 564-0404

Hollister Construction Services (201) 393-7500

JA Carpentry (201) 498-1477

James Barb Construction (505) 883-3666

John M. Dianis (845) 268-6226

Kane Contracting, Inc. (914) 736-3133

Kenmar Construction (973) 743- 7303

Key Interiors (845) 454-1192





Note: The above list represents firms which have performed work on behalf of owner or tenants at the shopping center, and is provided solely for the convenience of Tenant. The inclusion of any firm or individual on this list should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement by owner, and owner disclaims any such endorsement, express or implied.



WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS

CONTRACTORS – continued



MCI Interiors (914) 248-1414

Michilli (646) 613-9300

Moifrie Facility Corp. (845) 781-4232

Nelson Construction (201) 265-6500

O’Kane & Associates (845) 786-3226

Paramount Building Construction Inc. (845) 569-0970

Penlyn Construction (845) 268-5445

SABCO Corp. (212) 828-7300

Scorpio Construction (609) 296- 0308

Schimenti Construction Co (914) 244-9100

Schumacher Systems, Inc./ Tekcon (845) 887-5381

Store Crafters (585) 865-5350

United Exteriors LLC (845) 569-0004





Note: The above list represents firms which have performed work on behalf of owner or tenants at the shopping center, and is provided solely for the convenience of Tenant. The inclusion of any firm or individual on this list should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement by owner, and owner disclaims any such endorsement, express or implied.

WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS REQUIRED SUB CONTRACTORS**** (Existing Suites ONLY)

EIFS REPAIR SIGN LIGHTING INSTALLER Bloom Construction DeGeorge/Brady Electric, Inc. Phone (845) 774-5897 (845) 928-2900

FIRE ALARM CO. Michael Costa Sirina Protection Systems Corp. 450 7th Ave, Suite 506 New York, NY 10123 T: 212-929-6800 x 4456 | F: 212-929-6888 | C: 516-250-6277 [email protected] | www.SirinaProtection.com

ROOFERS United Exteriors, LLC New York Skylights Alphonse Garguilo PO Box 541 Fishkill, NY 12524 Phone (845) 569- 0004 Cell (845) 549-2711 [email protected]

SPRINKLERS SRI Fire Sprinkler LLC SimplexGrinnell Matt Flanigan Melissa DeGiglio 181 North Rd, Bldg 3 4 Commerce Dr South, Suite 3 Highland, NY 12528 Harriman, NY 10926 (845) 691-3800 x103 (845) 774-4120 Cell (845) 224-1056 Cell (845) 629-7981 www.srifiresprinkler.com [email protected] www.simplexgrinnell.com



****PLEASE NOTE: EXPANSION TENANTS – you must verify with your Tenant Manager all required subs for your project, they are subject to change for each new building!!!



WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS SUBCONTRACTORS

CARPETING & FLOORING

RD Weiss & Co Walsh Floors Phone (914) 937-9337 Phone (201) 945-9014

Woodbury Floors & More Wall to Wall Floors Phone (845) 928-3686 Phone (845) 395-022

BC&N Carpets CDF Floors Phone (845) 565-7500 Phone (845) 782-9050

Elite Floors Phone (914) 965-2515

SIGNAGE HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Frohling Sign 914 Heating and Cooling Phone (845) 623-2258 Phone 845-496-5658

Printing Plus Service and Maintenance Corp Phone (845) 928-6610 Phone (973) 697-7600

Mobile GraFx Tri County Air Conditioning Phone (845) 234-5454 Phone (845) 343-3688

Beyond Signs Phone (845) 782-6030

MASONRY Lawrence Construction Phone (914) 763-9013 ELECTRICAL REPAIR/INSTALLATION

PAINTERS DeGeorge/Brady Electric Inc Phone (845) 928-2900 Bob Jentz Company Phone (201) 807-9366 Mehl Electric Phone (845) 735-4004 Precise Painting & Wallpaper Phone (845) 469-5004 Napp Electric Phone (845) 342-3748 Hudson Valley Painting Phone (845) 565-2977 All Bright Electric Phone (845) 358-1200 Conrad Painting Contractors Phone (866) 624-0888 Hudson Valley Services LLC (HVSLLC) Phone (845) 429-3300





WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS SUBCONTRACTORS (continued)

DRYWALL Demolition Drywall & Acoustics of Northeast Bloom Construction (914) 788-5230 (845) 774-5897

Hall Acoustics & Drywall United Exteriors (845) 564-0404 (845)-569-0004

Xtreme Drywall & Acoustics (845) 897-0065

LOCKS Push Lock Key Phone (845) 831-7556

GLASS Monroe Glass & Mirror Phone (845) 782-0808

AWNINGS Dean Awning Phone (845) 425-1193

Awning FX Phone (845) 566-4000



Note: The above list represents firms which have performed work on behalf of owner or tenants at the shopping center, and is provided solely for the convenience of Tenant. The inclusion of any firm or individual on this list should not be construed as a recommendation or endorsement by owner, and owner disclaims any such endorsement, express or implied.







WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS Utilities



ELECTRICITY: Orange & Rockland Electric Phone (845) 782-8121

GAS: Central Hudson Gas Phone (800) 527-2714

TELEPHONE: Frontier Telephone Phone (800) 921-8102



















Exhibit A BUILDING DEPARTMENT P.O. BOX 1004 511 ROUTE 32 HIGHLAND MILLS, NEW YORK 10930

“WOODBURY COMMON CONSTRUCTION BASICS”



GENERAL CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FOLLOWING:

A) REMOVAL OF OLD UNUSED ELECTRICAL WIRE AND RELATED EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING ITEMS IN THE ATTIC SPACE AND LOW VOLTAGE WIRE. B) REMOVAL OF ALL OLD UNUSED AIR HANDLING EQUIPMENT AND DUCT WORK FROM ATTIC SPACES. “ROOF TRUSSES MAY NOT BE COMPROMISED FOR REMOVAL OF EQUIPMENT. (NOTE: INSULATION SHALL BE REMOVED FROM ATTIC SPACES TO EFFECT REMOVAL OF OLD, UNUSED EQUIPMENT, THEN REPLACED WHEN FINISHED WITH R- 30 MINIMUM.) C) UPGRADING ALL FIRE PROTECTION, ALARM EQUIPMENT AND SPRINKLER SYSTEMS TO CURRENT CODE STANDARDS. D) SEALING ALL PENETRATIONS IN THE DEMISING WALLS.

2) FIRE ALARM PULL STATIONS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE APPROVED PROTECTIVE COVERS INSTALLED OVER THEM.

3) CEILINGS IN PHASE ONE OCUPANCIES (ADDRESS #S 200, 300, AND 400) MAY ONLY BE PENETRATED BY ONE HOUR RATED LIGHT FIXTURES AND FIRE DAMPED FIXTURES.

4) ELECTRIC WORK SHALL BE REVIEWED AND INSPECTED BY THE APPROVED ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR, FRED COCKS, OF COMMON WEALTH ELECTRIC INSPECTION SERVICE (845 783 9309). CALL BEFORE YOU START!

5) ELECTRIC WORK SHALL BE COMPRISED OF ONLY NEW EQUIPMENT AND 200 AMP SERVICE, MINIMUM. LARGER STORES SHALL HAVE LOAD ESTIMATES DONE, PRIOR TO PERMITS. PANEL “BREAKERS” SHALL NOT BE USED AS LIGHT SWITCHES UNLESS THEY ARE RATED FOR THAT PURPOSE.

6) ALL CONTRACTORS AND WORKERS SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL OSHA RULES AND REGULATIONS.

MOBILE SHELVING UNITS SHALL BE STEEL SPRINKLER APPROVED TYPE ONLY.

8) STOCK ROOMS SHALL HAVE A ONE HOUR FIRE RATING.

9) HVAC THERMOSTATS SHALL BE PROGRAMABLE

10) As of August 1, 2015, the Village of Woodbury Building Department is now limiting the hours of its inspections. Inspections will now be scheduled between the hours of 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM on a first come, first served basis.

11) PROVIDE A 24” X24” FIRE RATED ATTIC ACCESS WITH A MINIMUM 30 INCHES HEADROOM.

12) WATER SUPPLY VALVES SHALL BE IDENTIFIED, MARKED AND MADE ACCESSIBLE.

13) SAW CUTTING FLOORS IS NOT PERMITTED UNLESS APPROVED BY THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT.

14) A PDF READABLE CD OF THE AS BUILT PLANS IS REQUIRED FOR THE ISSUANCE OF THE CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY.



PLEASE CALL THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING THESE ITEMS.

GARY THOMASBERGER JAMES SAVARESE BUILDING INSPECTOR ASSIST BLDG. INSP./FIRE MARSHAL





















BUILDING DEPARTMENT P.O. BOX 1004 511 ROUTE 32 HIGHLAND MILLS, NEW YORK 10930

TO: ALL MANAGERS AT WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS AND AFFILIATED CORPORATE FACILITIES COORDINATORS.

Recent and ongoing inspections by the Town of Woodbury Building Department Inspectors have uncovered numerous violations in many tenant spaces. Many of these violations have been created by unauthorized contractors and “handymen” hired by tenants themselves or sent by their corporate offices without consulting the Premium Outlet’s Properties list of authorized contractors. Tenants are reminded that violations that pose a hazard to public safety will result in an immediate closure of their store until such time that said violations have been verified for compliance. Unauthorized electrical work dominates the list of violations and creates the most extreme hazard. All electrical work performed for tenant spaces is required to be inspected by the authorized electrical inspector (Fred Cocks, Commonwealth Electric Inspection Service Inc. 845 783 9309) and most electrical work requires permits from the Building Department. Again, electrical work that does not comply with code, (NFPA 70, 1999), poses a hazard and will cause the store closure until the problem is corrected. Other types of work may also require permits and inspections by the Building Department (845 928-6911), please inquire before you start. Work done without permits or work that does not meet code will result in a Notice of Violation for immediate compliance to correct or remove the offending items. Non-compliance can result in fines of up to $1,000.00 per day, per violation. Contractors hired by tenants or corporate owners must register at the Woodbury Common Premium Outlet offices located in 498 Red Apple Court, (the Tower 2nd floor), before they begin work. Unauthorized, unregistered contractors will be issued a Stop Work Order until they comply with the Town and Woodbury Common codes, rules and regulations. All tenants are asked to please forward this letter to their corporate offices in charge of maintaining your particular facility.

James Savarese

Fire Marshal Code Enforcement Officer







BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION

Phone Number (845) 928-6911 x-5 Fax Number (845) 928-7263

VILLAGE OF WOODBURY 511 ROUTE 32, HIGHLAND MILLS, NY 10930

BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION Under the Zoning & Building Ordinance of the Village of Woodbury, Orange County, New York

COMMERCIAL FEE for Permit $12.00 for each $1,000. of the cost of each building or dwelling unit or summer dwelling unit. Minimum Fee is $12.00.

Fee for Certificate of Occupancy $ 25.00 for each building or dwelling, or summer dwelling unit, which is due upon application. Total minimum fee for a building permit is $37.00.

APPLICANT MUST FURNISH: A “Plot Plan” showing scale, bearings, outline of premises, existing and proposed structures and uses, including: sewerage disposal, wells, and grade and location of driveways. Two sets of “Plans & Specifications” showing the type of construction, number of stories, number of dwelling units, or a summer dwelling units, size and location of spaces, sectional view of foundation; showing drainage and frost control and all other information required by the Zoning and Building Department.

Building Permit will expire at the end of two years. At that time a new application and fee shall be required.

PERMIT NO: ______________ APPLICATION FEE: $___________________

Application is for: Building Permit ____________ 2. Certificate of Occupancy of such building _____________________________ Certificate of Occupancy ___________ 4. Certificate of Occupancy for change of use ____________________ Other permit (specify) ____________________________________________________________________________ _

COST OF WORK INCLUDING FREE LABOR AND MATERIALS $__________________________

Zone ____IB__________ Location (describe clearly) ___________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________ Tax Map Section, Block and Lot _______225-1- 0.2______________________________

Present use of property ____________________________Intended use of property __________________________________

BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION

Phone Number (845) 928-6911 x-5 Fax Number (845) 928-7263

VILLAGE OF WOODBURY 511 ROUTE 32, HIGHLAND MILLS, NY 10930

Nature of work proposed: New Building _______________ Addition ______________ Alterations _______________

Type of Construction: _________________________________________ No. of Stories: _____________________________ Kind of sewerage disposal: ____________________________________________________________________________ _

All Construction Shall Conform To The Requirements of The New York State Building & Construction Code.

NAME ADDRESS PHONE # Owner of Premises: ____________________________________________________________________________ ________ Applicant: ____________________________________________________________________________ _________________ Contractor: ____________________________________________________________________________ _______________

DATE: ______________________________ Applicants Signature:

___________________________________________

This application if hereby: APPROVED OR DENIED

DATE: ____________________APPROVED BY:

___________________________________________________

PLEASE NOTE: IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CALL FOR INSPECTIONS DURING CONSTRUCTION ON ALL BUILDING PERMIT AND FOR FINAL CERTIFCATE OF OCCUPANCIES UPON COMPLETION.



Exhibit B TOWN OF WOODBURY BUILDING DEPARTMENT FIRE PREVENTION

(845) 928-6911 (845) 928-7263 PHONE JAMES SAVARESE, FIRE MARSHAL FAX

PROPERTY LOCATION: WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS CENTRAL VALLEY, N.Y.10917

MERCHANTS ARE REMINDED OF THE FOLLOWING:

AISLE SPACING - 44" IN THE MAIN AISLES 44" IN BETWEEN FIXTURES 36" IN BETWEEN FIXTURES AND BLANK WALLS 36" IN ALL STOCK ROOM AREAS, WITH AISLES IN BETWEEN STOCK. STOCK “MOUNTAINS” ARE NOT PERMITTED.

STOCK MUST BE MAINTAINED 18" FROM CEILINGS, THE REASON FOR THIS SPACE IS IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE, THE SPRINKLER SYSTEM WILL BE ABLE TO WORK.

FURNACE UNITS MUST HAVE 36" CLEARANCE ALL AROUND.

EXIT AND EMERGENCY LIGHTING MUST BE IN WORKING ORDER AT ALL TIMES.

STORE LIGHTING THAT IS FAULTY MUST BE REPAIRED. BULBS THAT ARE OUT CAN OVERHEAT BALLASTS CREATING SMOKE CONDITIONS.

ACCESS TO ELECTRIC PANELS MUST BE MAINTAINED CLEAR AT ALL TIMES, WITH THE COVERS IN THE CLOSED POSITION.

FIRE EXTINGUISHERS MUST BE INSPECTED ANNUALLY AND IN AN ACCESSIBLE LOCATION.

EXIT CORRIDORS MUST BE MAINTAINED CLEAR AT ALL TIMES. ROLLING RACKS, TRASH, VACUUM CLEANERS, BROOMS, MOPS, ETC. ARE NOT PERMITTED.

STOCK ROOM TO SALES FLOOR DOORS MUST BE IN THE CLOSED POSITION AT ALL TIMES.

















TOWN OF WOODBURY EGRESS LAW



Type of Occupancy: M

Village of Woodbury Code Section 154:

A. General requirements. Property subject to the applicability of this Code shall be provided with safe means of egress. B. Obstruction. (1) Exits shall be maintained to provide free and unobstructed egress from all parts of the building or structure. (2) No barrier, lock or fastening device to prevent free escape from any building or structure shall be installed, except in institutions where supervisory personnel are constantly on duty and effective provisions are made to remove occupants in case of fire or other emergency. (3) Materials shall not be placed, stored or kept in stairways or corridors. (4) No aisle or passageway shall be obstructed so as to reduce its required width as an exit. (5) Exit enclosures shall be maintained free of building facilities which could interfere with use as an exit, such as piping for flammable liquids or gases. Interior decorations such as draperies, tapestries or mirrors shall not be permitted to obscure, conceal or confuse exit doors or signs or exit passageways. (6) Exit corridors shall be maintained clear of merchandise at all times and shall be marked by yellow striping on the floor in the corridor and a sign stating "fire corridor must be maintained clear at all times." Also, the exitway floor from the stock room to the exit shall be marked with yellow striping and shall be maintained clear at all times. (7) Exit access and exit discharge areas shall be so maintained as to provide a permanent, reasonable straight path of travel unimpeded by railings, barriers or gates dividing such areas into sections ancillary to adjoining individual rooms or spaces. (8) Aisles. In every portion of a building or area where seats, tables, merchandise, equipment or similar impediments to egress are present, required aisles shall be maintained free of all obstructions. Aisles, corridors or passageways leading directly to every exit shall be created and maintained in open floor areas where exits are not immediately accessible. Except where single exits or limited dead ends are permitted by the Building Code or other regulations, such aisles shall be so arranged as to provide access to at least two remote exits by separate paths of travel.

154-14. Penalties for offenses. A. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of the Code hereby adopted or who shall fail to comply therewith or who shall violate or fail to comply with any order made thereunder or who shall build in violation of any detailed statement of specifications or plans submitted and approved thereunder or any certificate or permit issued thereunder and from which no appeal has been taken or who shall fail to comply with such an order as affirmed or modified by the Bureau of Fire Prevention or by a court of competent jurisdiction, within the time fixed herein, shall, severally, for each and every such violation and noncompliance, respectively, be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than $250 nor more than $500 or by imprisonment for not more than 30 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. The imposition of one penalty for any violation shall not excuse the violation nor permit it to continue, and all such persons shall be required to correct or remedy such violations or defects within a reasonable time; and when not otherwise specified, each day that prohibited conditions are maintained shall constitute a separate offense subject to the above fines.



TOWN OF WOODBURY EGRESS LAW

B. If the exitway floor to the exit in the stock room or the aisle is found blocked or has merchandise, equipment or similar impediments to egress, the store shall be closed until the following day when a further inspection shall be made by the Fire Marshal to determine if the exitway or aisle is cleared. Such violation shall be subject to a fine of $500 per day. Each day that the prohibited conditions are maintained shall constitute a separate offense subject to said fine. [Amended 2-4-1999 by L.L. No. 2-1999] C. If the exit corridor is found blocked or has merchandise, equipment or similar impediments to egress, the store shall be closed until the following day when an inspection shall be made by the Fire Marshal to determine that the corridor is cleared. Such violation shall be subject to a fine of $500 per day. Each day that the prohibited conditions are maintained shall constitute a separate offense subject to said fine. [Amended 2-4-1999 by L.L. No. 2-1999] D. The application of the above penalty shall not be held to prevent the enforced removal of prohibited conditions.

Corrective Action: REMOVE ALL MERCHANDISE, EQUIPMENT AND/OR OBSTRUCTIONS FROM THE EXIT CORRIDOR.



UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED ALL VIOLATIONS SHALL BE COMPLIED WITH IMMEDIATELY UPON THE ISSUANCE OF THIS ORDER. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH DIRECTIONS OF THIS ORDER MAY RESULT IN ISSUANCE OF A SUMMONS TO APPEAR BEFORE THE TOWN OF WOODBURY COURT, NON-COMPLIANCE AS PER SECTION 154 OF THE WOODBURY CODE.

Please notify this office when this violation is complied with.

COMPLIED WITH DATE:













TOWN OF WOODBURY BUILDING DEPARTMENT FIRE PREVENTION

The NYS Energy Code Sec 803.2.3.1 requires at least one programmable thermostat for each heating and cooling system in commercial occupancies that are new or remodeled. The energy code has also now requires the insulation R rating to be R-30 for commercial buildings.

Rules for Open Remodels:  1) Total separation of work area with solid barricades (sheetrock walls, etc.) 2) Access to work area by store staff is not permitted for any reason! 3) Access to occupied store or stock areas by construction work force is limited to off hours. 4) All building codes shall be adhered to. 5) Temporary wiring shall comply with NEC. 6) Alarm and sprinkler systems shall remain in working condition. 7) Remodeled areas shall NOT be occupied or stocked until ALL tests and approvals are certified by Building Department officials. 8) Required exits shall remain unobstructed at all times. 9) For overnight work, Sales Areas SHALL be returned to code compliance configurations BEFORE the store is reopened. Jim Savarese, Assistant Building Inspector/Fire Marshal

I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE ABOVE RULES AND AGREE TO ABIDE BY THEM.

CONTRACTOR’S SIGNATURE.





TOWN OF WOODBURY BUILDING DEPARTMENT FIRE PREVENTION (845) 928-6911 (845) 928-7263 PHONE JAMES SAVARESE, FIRE MARSHAL FAX

THE FOLLOWING TEXT IS THE SECTION OF CODE AS IT APPLIES TO EXITS AND AISLES.

TOWN OF WOODBURY CODE: § 154-6. Means of egress.

(1) Exits shall be maintained to provide free and unobstructed egress from all parts of the building or structure. (3) Materials shall not be placed, stored or kept in stairways or corridors. (4) No aisle or passageway shall be obstructed so as to reduce its required width as an exit. (6) Exit corridors shall be maintained clear of merchandise at all times and shall be marked by yellow striping on the floor in the corridor and a sign stating "fire corridor must be maintained clear at all times." Also, the exitway floor from the stock room to the exit shall be marked with yellow striping and shall be maintained clear at all times.



§ 154-14. Penalties for offenses. A. Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of the Code hereby adopted or who shall fail to comply therewith or who shall violate or fail to comply with any order made thereunder or who shall build in violation of any detailed statement of specifications or plans submitted and approved thereunder or any certificate or permit issued thereunder and from which no appeal has been taken or who shall fail to comply with such an order as affirmed or modified by the Bureau of Fire Prevention or by a court of competent jurisdiction, within the time fixed herein, shall, severally, for each and every such violation and noncompliance, respectively, be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than $250 nor more than $500 or by imprisonment for not more than 30 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment. The imposition of one penalty for any violation shall not excuse the violation nor permit it to continue, and all such persons shall be required to correct or remedy such violations or defects within a reasonable time; and when not otherwise specified, each day that prohibited conditions are maintained shall constitute a separate offense subject to the above fines. B. If the exitway floor to the exit in the stock room or the aisle is found blocked or has merchandise, equipment or similar impediments to egress, the store shall be closed until the following day when a further inspection shall be made by the Fire Marshal to determine if the exitway or aisle is cleared. Such violation shall be subject to a fine of $500 per day. Each day that the prohibited conditions are maintained shall constitute a separate offense subject to said fine. [Amended 2-4-1999 by L.L. No. 2-1999]

TOWN OF WOODBURY BUILDING DEPARTMENT FIRE PREVENTION

C. If the exit corridor is found blocked or has merchandise, equipment or similar impediments to egress, the store shall be closed until the following day when an inspection shall be made by the Fire Marshal to determine that the corridor is cleared. Such violation shall be subject to a fine of $500 per day. Each day that the prohibited conditions are maintained shall constitute a separate offense subject to said fine. [Amended 2-4-1999 by L.L. No. 2-1999] D. The application of the above penalty shall not be held to prevent the enforced removal of prohibited conditions. FM NOTE: EXCESSIVE STOCK THAT CANNOT BE STORED PROPERLY WILL HAVE TO BE REMOVED FROM THE STORE.

ISSUED BY: James Savarese, Fire Marshal



(845) 928-6911 (Phone) TOWN OF WOODBURY (845) 928-7263 (Fax)

FIRE MARSHAL P.O. BOX 1004 511 ROUTE 32 HIGHLAND MILLS, NEW YORK 10930





Exhibit C WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS

Procedures for Electrical Power Failures In the event of a major electrical power failure, the following shall apply:

Store management shall commence the evacuation of their respective stores.

1) The Food Court shall be closed and evacuated.

2) Thirty (30) minutes after the initial power loss, the Center Management Team will notify store management to complete the evacuation of their respective stores.

3) Management may remain at their stores. They shall use only battery powered artificial lighting. Candles or other heat producing lighting methods are not permitted at any time.

4) Customers are permitted to remain in the common areas of the property until the power returns. In the event of a prolonged power loss customers shall be directed to leave the property.

These measures are being taken in the interests of Public Safety. The Emergency power systems installed in the occupancies are rated to last for one (1) hour. The emergency power systems include the emergency lighting and the fire alarm audio and visual signaling systems.

cc: Dave Mistretta Woodbury Common, General Manager Alex Feliciano Woodbury Common, Facilities Manager Gary Thomasberger Building Inspector, Village of Woodbury Robert Kwiatkowski Chief of Police, Town of Woodbury

James Savarese

Assist. Building Inspector/Fire Marshal











TOWN OF WOODBURY BUILDING DEPARTMENT SCHEDULE OF INSPECTIONS

(845) 928-6911 (845) 928-7263 PHONE JAMES SAVARESE, FIRE MARSHAL FAX





INSPECTION SCHEDULE

1) ATTIC DEMOLITION, if required. 2) ROUGH PLUMBING, if required 3) FOOTINGS, if applicable 4) FRAMING 5) ROUGH ELECTRIC (by others). 6) INSULATI0N (exterior walls) 7) SHEETROCK SCREW INSPECTION (8” ON CENTER). 8) CONSTRUCTION FINAL: ATTIC INSPECTION ALARM TESTS SPRINKLER CERTIFICATION FINISH PLUMBING FINISH ELECTRIC, (by others with certificate issued.) PERMANENT FIXTURES INSTALLED ATTIC INSULATION IN PLACE. R-25 MINIMUM 9) SUPPLY ONE PDF READABLE CD OF THE AS BUILT PLANS. 10) MOBILE FIXTURE INSPECTION FOR AISLE CLEARANCE OF 44” 11) STOCK AND MERCHANDISE FINAL FOR CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY.

SOME INSPECTIONS MAY BE COMBINED WITH OTHERS. PLEASE CHECK WITH THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS AT (845) 928- 6911 EXT 5.



WOODBURY COMMON PREMIUM OUTLETS

Store Electrical Requirements

ALL electrical work being performed in a space including existing installations, (whether it be a retrofit or remodel) is required to have a complete and thorough inspection prior to opening by our authorized Electrical inspector. Please contact Fred Cocks at 90 Lakes Road, Monroe, NY 10950: (845) 783-9309. The center management office may be contacted for a summary of specifications that will be required. This inspection certificate will be needed to obtain the final “CO” in order to open for business.

When a major renovation and/or fit-up (walls and/or ceiling removed or constructed) is performed, all existing Romex and/or AC (BX) cables must be removed.

When a minor renovation and/or fit-up is performed, all discontinued cables are to be completely removed.

Properly secure ALL cables and conduits in or above ceiling areas.

All switches and receptacles shall be rated at 20 amps. Note: Circuit breakers are not to be used to switch lighting circuits unless rated for switching.

All lighting shall be supported independently from the suspended ceiling Tee Bars.

Provide proper identification for all junction boxes.

All circuits are to be property labeled.

All circuits shall be checked and balanced and recorded and submitted to the electrical inspector at the final inspection.

Copy of the underwriters certificate shall be given to the center management office.

If any unsafe conditions are encountered during construction, they shall be reported to the center Facilities Manager.

















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