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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 2330

PUBLIC LAW 100-480—OCT. 7, 1988 form to the provisions of the Act of June 1, 1910, commonly known as the Building Height Act of 1910 (36 Stat. 452). (C) DESIGN.—The building and other improvements shall be designed in harmony with historical and Government buildings in the vicinity, shall reflect the symbolic importance and historic character of the United States Capitol and other buildings on the United States Capitol grounds, and shall represent the dignity and stability of the Federal Government.

O> DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT.— t) (1) AUTHORITY TO ENTER.—The

Architect may enter into with the person selected to develop squares 721 and 722 under subsection (a) an agreement for the development of such squares. Except as otherwise provided in this Act, such agreement shall provide for development of such squares substantially in accordance with (A) alternative D of the report to Congress entitled "The Study of Alternatives for the Construction of an Office Building(s) for the Administrative Office of the United States Courts", submitted to Congress on August 10, 1987, by the Architect and the Secretary of Transportation, and (B) the Master Plan for the United States Capitol, dated 1981. (2) CONTENTS.—The development agreement under paragraph (1) shall at a minimum provide for the following: (A) Except to the extent otherwise provided by this Act, all design, development, and construction costs incurred with respect to the building to be constructed under the agreement will be at no cost to the United States. (B) Title to squares 721 and 722 will remain in the United States. (C) Title to the building and other improvements constructed or otherwise made on or to squares 721 and 722 will immediately revert to the United States at the expiration of not more than 30 years from the effective date of the lease agreement entered into under section 4 without payment of any compensation by the United States. (D) The building and other improvements constructed on or to squares 721 and 722 to be leased to the United States will be in accordance with the provisions of this Act and the lease agreement will contain such terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the Architect to carry out the objectives of this Act. The agreement shall include a copy of the lease agreement entered into under section 4 by the Architect and the person selected to develop squares 721 and 722.

(c) CHILLED WATER AND STEAM FROM THE CAPITOL POWER PLANT.— (1) AUTHORITY FOR HOOKUP TO CAPITOL POWER PLANT.—The

building to be constructed under this Act may be connected to the Capitol Power Plant through construction of extensions to the chilled water and steam lines which serve Union Station. If such building is to be connected to the Capitol Power Plant, the agreement under subsection (b) between the Architect and the person selected to construct such building shall provide that such person will bear all costs associated with the installation of chilled water and steam lines to the building and shall reimburse the Union Station Redevelopment Corporation for an equitable share of the costs incurred by the Union Station Redevelopment Corporation in the construction of extensions of