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					TENANT DESIGN CRITERIA
Updated: 8 May 2008
                         SANTA MONICA PLACE
                                  Santa Monica, CA
                SANTA MONICA PLACE




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    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    I.   GENERAL CENTER INFORMATION
            Project Description .................................................      pg 5                  Storefront Elev./Sec./Plans (Level 2, 3) ...............                pg 36        PLEASE VISIT WWW.MACERICH.COM TO VIEW
            Tenant Criteria Purpose..........................................          pg 6                  Storefront Details (Level 1, 2) ..............................          pg 37        PLAN SUBMITTAL & APPROVAL PROCEDURES
            Area Map, Center Plans .......................................             pg 7-10               Colorado Ave. Entry - West Elevation & Plan .......                     pg 38        and CONTRACTOR’S RULES & REGULATIONS
            Property Renderings ..........................................             pg 11                 Colorado Ave. Entry - East Elevation & Plan ......                      pg 39
            Contact Directory ................................................         pg 12                 Glass Tilt Wall Details ..........................................      pg 40
            Approved Contractors                                                                             Canopy Design Criteria .......................................          pg 41
              Engineers/Architect of Record .........................                  pg 13                 Neutral Pier Details .............................................      pg 42
            Base Building / Code Information / ARB ...............                     pg 14                 Windows & Glazing ..............................................        pg 43
            Glossary ...............................................................   pg 15                 Canopies & Overhangs .......................................            pg 44
            Condition of Premises .........................................            pg 16                 Exterior Materials & Details ...................................        pg 45-47
    	       Tenant/Landlord	Work	Defined		............................	                pg	16                 Ceiling & Lighting .................................................    pg 48
                                                                                                             Partitions, Walls & Doors .....................................         pg 49
    II. SUSTAINABLE DESIGN                                                                                   Flooring Surfaces .................................................     pg 49
           Environmental Mission Statement .......................                     pg 17                 Toilet Rooms ........................................................   pg 49-50
           Framework for “GREEN BUILDINGS” .................                           pg 18                 Exiting Requirements ...........................................        pg 50
           Encouraging “GREEN BUILDINGS” ....................                          pg 18
           Requirements & Recommendations for the Tenant                               pg 19      IV.   SIGNAGE & GRAPHICS
                                                                                                           General Signage Requirements ............................                 pg 51
    III. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA                                                                     Primary/Secondary Signs ......................................            pg 51
           General Requirements .........................................              pg 20               Sign Criteria Location Plans ..................................           pg 52 - 54
           Design Key Plan ...................................................         pg 21-23            Window Graphics/Canopies .................................                pg 55
           Second Street Entry - Elevation ............................                pg 24               Blade Signs ...........................................................   pg 56
           Second Street Entry - Plan ...................................              pg 25               Allowable Storefront Sign Types per Location.......                       pg 57-82
           Fourth Street Entry - Elevation ..............................              pg 26
           Fourth Street Entry - Plan .....................................            pg 27      V.    TECHNICAL CRITERIA
           Broadway Entry - Elevation ..................................               pg 28               MEP Summary ......................................................        pg 83
           Broadway Entry - Plan ..........................................            pg 29               Provisions Matrix for Power ...................................           pg 83
           Colorado Entry - Elevation ....................................             pg 30               Electrical & Phone Criteria .....................................         pg 84-87
           Colorado Entry - Plan ...........................................           pg 31               Fire Alarm Criteria ................................................      pg 87
           Broadway Entry / Promenade Extension ..............                         pg 32               Mechanical Criteria ................................................      pg 88-89
           Broadway Entry / Plans ........................................             pg 33               Plumbing Criteria....................................................     pg 89-90
           Storefront Elev./Sec./Plans (Level 1) ...................                   pg 34               Fire Suppression Design & Construction ...............                    pg 91
           Storefront Details (Level 1) ..................................             pg 35               Structural Criteria....................................................   pg 92




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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Santa Monica Place is an open-air city streetscape, complete with vibrant
dining,	shopping,	and	gathering	spaces	that	fit	within	the	urban	fabric	of	
downtown Santa Monica.

Reflecting	the	modern	sensibility	of	Santa	Monica	residents,	the	design	
brings a fresh architectural language to the property. Open-air walkways,
sun-filled	spaces,	spacious	public	gathering	spaces	and	even	a	third-
level, rooftop public dining deck takes advantage of unparalleled light,
ocean breezes and views. A series of offset, elliptical shapes offer dis-
tinctive visual appeal, as well as maximizing sunshine and light through-
out the property.

At the heart of the project on the main level, is an open plaza – free of
clutter – which provides a truly post-modern gathering space in sync
with this cutting edge, creative community. Inspired by open plazas in
Italy	and	elsewhere,	this	unique	space	is	designed	to	be	the	confluence	
of four distinct entrances to the property. In terms of design, each of
the	four	blocks	of	the	project,	though	unified,	subtly	reflect	neighboring	
parts of the city, from more organic shapes that face west to the beach to
eclectic facades that welcome a natural link with Third Street Promenade
to the north.

Our design accomplishes two goals; It provides an accessible yet iconic
addition to Santa Monica’s commercial landscape, while also connecting
and	fitting	in	with	the	project’s	established	and	admired	surroundings.			

The	Macerich	Company	has	created	Santa	Monica	Place	to	reflect	the	
interests of this unique community, as well as a dynamic retail environ-
ment that makes the most of its urban, beach side setting.

Few shopping centers in the country can boast the “center of the action”
location enjoyed by Santa Monica Place. This modern facility is a lush,
high-energy project that is embraced by retailers, and, most importantly,                                     Palm Plaza
by	this	eclectic,	affluent	and	discerning	California	community.	




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    TENANT CRITERIA PURPOSE

    The	retail	environment	is	primarily	influenced	        sion by the Landlord and the Landlord’s interpre-
    by two factors: 1) Overall setting (common             tation	of	these	criteria	is	final	and	governing.		All	
    areas); and 2) Individual components (Tenant           tenants should refer to the Technical Criteria for
    storefronts). Both affect the perception of Santa      electrical, mechanical, plumbing and life safety
    Monica Place as a prime retail establishment.          information.

    Generally, storefront design styles are the prov-      Tenants are encouraged to express their own
    enance of the Tenant. The Landlord provides            unique design statement within the parameters
    input towards the full development of the design       of the design criteria as outlined in this manual.
    concept, promotes compatibility with adjacent          The design criteria calls for a three-dimensional
    Tenants and common areas, and insures compli-          storefront that emphasize creative and dynamic
    ance with design criteria.                             forms and designs which are carried into the
                                                           store sales area and are expressive of the
    Criteria	applicable	to	specific	areas	in	the	Center	   merchandise sold. Storefront elements shall
    specify certain requirements such as the extent        de-emphasize linear or boxy forms by the use of
    of vertical and horizontal projections, the use of     recesses, angles, curves, gables and material
    three-dimensional form, and proper material use.       changes in both vertical and horizontal views.
    These criteria are intended to provide a basis
    for all storefronts to present merchandise in an       National and regional “standard” storefront
    exciting, promotional fashion.                         concepts are respected to the extent that
                                                           they meet the design criteria. We want this
    All areas exposed to public view are subject to a      to by your flagship store. However, tenants
    thorough design review and approval process by         should	be	aware	that	some	concept	modifica-
    the Landlord. Tenants must address storefront          tions might be necessary to comply with the
    and interior design, materials, colors, signage,       Santa Monica Place criteria. The same is true
    and	lighting.	Additionally,	specific	architectural	    for proposed designs that are overly similar to a
    criteria, applicable to various locations in the       neighboring tenant’s storefront design. We wish
    Center, must be met.                                   to make the Center as diverse and interesting
                                                           as possible and enable each tenant’s design to
    These criteria act as a guide for the design of all    make a singular statement.
    work by Tenants in conjunction with the provi-
    sions of the Tenant’s lease with the Landlord.
    Furthermore, these criteria are subject to revi-




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                               395 Santa Monica Place
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Santa Monica, CA 90401
                                                                                                                                    SEARS                                                                                      (310) 394-5451 Phone
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (310) 451-9939 Fax

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                                                            CENTER PLAN
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                                                                  TENANT SPACE


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                    ANCHOR RETAIL


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                    WEST GALLERIA           EAST GALLERIA



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                                                                                  TENANT SPACE
   ANCHOR RETAIL


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                                                                                  PARKING


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WEST GALLERIA
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                                                        CENTER PLAN
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      ANCHOR RETAIL


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                                                                                              EXTERIOR CENTER VIEWS




Second Street Entry                              Fourth Street Entry




Colorado Avenue Entry                            Broadway Entry




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     CONTACT DIRECTORY                                                                                         ENGINEERS/ARCHITECT OF RECORD
     Landlord/Owner:                 Health Department:                  Local Utility Agencies:               STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
     The Macerich Company            Mr. Chew                            ELECTRIC/CABLE                        David Pohlmeier
     401 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 700   LA Health Department Inspector      Southern California Edison            Englekirk Partners
     Santa Monica, CA 90401          6053 Bristol Pkwy., 2nd Floor       P.O. Box 6400                         2116 Arlington Avenue
     (310) 394-6000 Phone            Culver City, CA 90230               Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91729            Los Angeles, CA 90018-1398
                                     (310) 665-8479                      (800) 990-7788 Phone
     Property Contact:                                                                                         (323) 733-6673 Phone
                                                                         www.sce.com
     Santa Monica Place              CITY OF SANTA MONICA:
     395 Santa Monica Place          1685 Main Street                    GAS                                   MECHANICAL & PLUMBING ENGINEER
     Santa Monica, CA 90401          Santa Monica, CA 90401              The Gas Company                       Mark Alcalde
     (310) 394-5451 Phone            Building and Safety:                P.O. Box C                            The Sullivan Partnership, Inc.
     (310) 451-9939 Fax              City Hall, Room 111                 Monterey Park, CA 91756               529 Hahn Avenue, Suite 201
                                     (310) 458-8355 Phone                (800) 427-2000 Phone                  Glendale, CA 91203
     Tenant Coordinator:             Business Licensing:                                                       (818) 240-6873 Phone
     Andy Greenwood                  Business	License	Office,	Room	103   WATER
     602-953-6547                    (310) 458-8745 Phone                City of Santa Monica Water Division
     Hyo Nam                                                                                                   ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
                                     (310) 451-3283 Fax                  1212 5th Street, 3rd Floor
     Macerich                        Architectural Review Board:
                                                                                                               Alex Nikolakopulos
                                                                         Santa Monica, CA 90401
     401 Wilshire Blvd., #700        Department of Planning &            (310) 458-8224 Phone                  Nikolakopulos & Associates
     Santa Monica, CA 90401          Community Development, Room 212     (310) 656-9175 Fax                    2780 Skypark Drive, Suite 280
     (310) 394-6000 Phone            (310) 458-8341 Phone                                                      Torrance, CA 90505
     (310) 434-9810 Fax              (310) 458-3380 Fax                  REFUSE                                (310) 530-7277 Phone
                                                                         City of Santa Monica
     Leasing Agent:                  Fire Marshal:                       Solid Waste Management Division       ARCHITECT (OF RECORD)
     Andy Cook                       Public Safety Facility              2500 Michigan Avenue
     Santa Monica Place
                                                                                                               Rick Query
                                     333 Olympic Drive                   Santa Monica, CA 90404
     395 Santa Monica Place                                                                                    Omniplan Incorporated
                                     Santa Monica, CA 90401              (310) 458-2223 Phone
     Santa Monica, CA 90401          (310) 458-8915 Phone
                                                                                                               1845 Woodall Rodgers Fwy.
                                                                         (310) 264-7750 Fax
     (310) 394-5451 Phone            (310) 395-7165 Fax                                                        Dallas, TX 75201
     (310) 451-9939 Fax                                                  SEWER                                 (214) 826-7080 Phone
                                     Liquor Licensing:                   Water & Waste
                                     Alcoholic Beverage Control Board    2500 Michigan Avenue                  DESIGN ARCHITECT
                                     1 Manchester Blvd.                  Santa Monica, CA                      Eduardo Cespedes
                                     P.O. Box 6500                       (310) 458-8531 Phone                  The Jerde Partnership
                                     Englewood, CA 90306                                                       913 Ocean Front Walk
                                     (310) 412-6311 Phone
                                                                                                               Venice, CA 90291
                                     (310) 673-4082 Fax
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APPROVED CONTRACTORS

Landlord reserves the right to require the Tenant
to	use	certain	contractors	for	specific	types	of	
construction	including	fire	sprinklers,	fire	alarm,	
electrical,	roofing,	dumpster	service	and	certi-
fied	air	balance	reports.		This	list	will	vary	and	
be	updated	from	time	to	time.		Tenant	to	confirm	
final	list	of	required	contractors	prior	to	soliciting	
estimates from perspective general contractors.

1. Fire Sprinkler:

2. Fire Alarm:

3. Phone work in Landlord’s Room:



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4. Electrical work in Landlord’s Room:



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5.	Roofing:



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6.	Waterproofing:

7. EMS / Controls:

8: Dumpsters (all Tenants are required to recycle
construction and operational debris):




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      BUILDING TYPE                                           BUILDING CODE                                                ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD                                 PERMIT EXPEDITORS
                                                                                                                            Certain areas within Santa Monica Place may
      Three level regional shopping center of approximately   The following is a general reference list of applicable      require review by the Architectural Review Board of        Mary Beth Ryan
      556,933 square feet of gross leasable area.             codes. It is the sole responsibility of the tenant’s         the City of Santa Monica. See plans on pages 21-23         PERMIT RESOURCES, INC.
                                                              architect, engineer(s) and contractor(s) to comply with      for designated areas that require ARB review.              22941 Triton Way, Suite# 243
      Classification:		Type	II	-	B                            all applicable federal, state, local codes and ordi-                                                                    Laguna Hills, CA 92653
                                                              nances for their occupancy type.                             Mission                                                    Office:	949.582.3735
      Occupancy Type:                                                                                                      The Architectural Review Board acts to preserve            Fax: 949.768.8436
      Mall Area Group M                                       Applicable Codes:                                            existing areas of natural beauty, cultural impor-          Mobil: 949.374.4254
      Food Court: Group A-2.1                                 2006 International Building Code                             tance and assure that buildings, structures, signs or      email: mary@permitresources.com
                                                              2006 International Fire Code                                 other developments are in good taste, good design,         website: www.permitresources.com
                                                              2006 Uniform Mechanical Code                                 harmonious with surrounding developments, and
                                                              2006 Uniform Plumbing Code                                   in general contribute to the preservation of Santa         Jake Webster
                                                              2007 California Energy Code                                  Monica’s reputation as a place of beauty, spacious-        Express Permits
                                                              2005 National Electric Code                                  ness and quality.                                          President
                                                              California Elevator Safety Code                                                                                         1327 Post Ave Ste. H
                                                              NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code,                            For further information and procedures related to          Torrance, CA 90501
                                                               1999 edition                                                approval by the ARB reference the Constact Direc-          310.328.6300 x 114
                                                                                                                           tory of this manual or go to http://www.smgov.net/         310.678.0086 - Cell
                                                              All contractors and vendors who are to work on this                                                                     310.328.8545 - Fax
                                                                                                                           planning/planningcomm/archreviewboard.html
                                                              site will be required to follow the work-hour restrictions                                                              jakew@expresspermits.com
                                                              as dictated by the City of Santa Monica. All Tenant’s
                                                              are encouraged to understand such restrictions in
                                                              scheduling the construction and completion of the TI                                                                    Daren Laureano
                                                              projects.”                                                                                                              President
                                                                                                                                                                                      Southern California Land Use
                                                              Note: Prior to the commencement of construction,                                                                        217 Palos Verdes Blvd., suite 123
                                                              building and other permits shall be obtained by                                                                         Redondo Beach, California 90277
                                                              Tenant and posted in a prominent place within the                                                                       888 311 6740 ph, fax, vm (toll free)
                                                              premises. All Tenant improvements must comply                                                                           daren@sclanduse.com
                                                              with governing building codes in effect at the time                                                                     www.southerncalifornialanduse.com
                                                              the application for the building permit is sub-
                                                              mitted. The Tenant is required to determine the
                                                              jurisdiction and comply with all applicable code                                                                        Brian Longmore
                                                              requirements. The Tenant shall secure their own                                                                         PERMIT SOLUTIONS
                                                              building permits. All Tenants involved in food                                                                          Phone 858 603 9478
                                                              sales or service shall submit plans for review and                                                                      Fax 858 391 1674
                                                              approval by the local health department.                                                                                www.permitsolutions.org




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GLOSSARY                                                       LEASE LINE                                                     NEUTRAL PIERS / NEUTRAL STRIP
                                                               Line establishing the limit of the leasable space. The         A uniform frame separating the Tenants’ storefront,
COMMON AREA                                                    Premises with all the Floor Area (GLA) provided in             which may or may not be provided by the Landlord.
Any and all areas within the mall, which are not               the Lease, including the pop out zone. Dimensions of
leasable to a Tenant including public areas, service           the tenant Premises are determined in the following            POINT OF CLOSURE “POC”
corridors, etc.                                                manner:                                                        A real or imaginary demarcation such as the center
                                                                                                                              line of the Glass or any Entry Door(s) in their fully
DEMISING WALLS                                                 A.   Between Tenants: center line of demising wall.            closed position.
Common wall between individual Tenant spaces. The              B.   At exterior wall: to outside face of exterior wall.
wall	shall	extend	from	the	floor	slab	to	the	underside	                                                                       RECESSED STOREFRONT
                                                               C.   At corridor(s), stairwells, etc.: to corridor or stair-   Any portion of the storefront located behind the lease
of the roof deck. The demising walls are to maintain a
                                                                    well side of wall.                                        line, the area between the lease line, the point of
one	(1)	or	two	(2)	hour	fire	rating	dependent	upon	the	
Tenant use and the governing codes.                            D.   At service or equipment rooms: to service or              closure (POC) and the storefront shall be considered
                                                                    equipment room side of wall.                              part of the design control area.
DESIGN CONTROL AREA “DCA” / DISPLAY AREA                       E.   Neutral	pier(s)	are	NOT	subtracted	from	floor	
The “DCA” (Design Control Area) is all areas within                                                                           SERVICE CORRIDORS
                                                                    area.                                                     A part of the common area used primarily for deliver-
the neutral frame and lease lines, and areas desig-
nated for Tenant’s storefront and sign locations. The          F.   No deduction to the GLA shall be made for                 ies,	employee	entrance,	and	fire	exits	for	the	Tenant	
“DCA” (Design Control Area) is measured from the                    any ducts, shafts, conduits, columns or the like          space and generally not used by the public.
leaseline	or	pop	out	/	projected	storefront,	to	a	specific	         within the lease space unless such items exceed
distance BEYOND the innermost point of closure                      one percent (1%) of the GLA in which case the
“POC” of the premises, and extends the full width                   premises shall be subject to a re-measure at the
and height of the Tenant’s premises. The Tenant is                  Tenant’s sole cost.
responsible for the design, construction and all costs
for	work	within	the	DCA.		This	area	has	been	defined	          LEASE OUTLINE DIAGRAM “LOD”
more explicitly in the Architectural Design portion of         At the Landlord’s sole discretion, a Lease Outline Dia-
the Tenant Criteria.                                           gram (LOD) may be provided. The LOD shall show
                                                               the	legal	extent	of	the	Tenant	Premises	as	defined	
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS                                            the Tenant Lease and shall include the “Popout” Zone
Any substance that by virtue of its composition or             areas noted in these criteria. The Landlord makes no
capabilities, is likely to be harmful, injurious, or lethal.   warranty as to the accuracy of anything shown or rep-
For	example:	asbestos,	flammables,	PCB’s,	radioac-             resented on the LOD and such information whether
tive materials, paints, cleaning supplies, etc.                shown	or	not	is	the	responsibility	of	the	Tenant	to	field	
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     CONDITION OF PREMISES                                       FIELD CONDITIONS                                                 TENANT’S WORK DEFINED                                       LANDLORD’S WORK DEFINED
     Upon the Delivery Date, Tenant shall accept delivery        1.   Tenant is required to inspect, verify and coordi-           “Tenant’s Work” means all work of improvement to be         General
     of the Premises in an “As Is” condition and “With                nate	all	field	conditions	pertaining	to	the	premises	       undertaken upon the Premises (excluding Landlord’s          Landlord’s	Work	Defined.	“Landlord’s	Work”	means	
     All Faults” and Landlord shall have no obligation                from the time prior to the start of its store design        Work, if any), including, without limitation, all related   the work, if any, which Landlord is expressly obligated
     to improve, remodel, alter or otherwise modify or                work and the commencement of its construction.              documents, permits, licenses, fees and costs, all of        to undertake in accordance with the Lease.
     prepare the Premises for Tenant’s occupancy except               Any	adjustments	to	the	work	arising	from	field	             which shall be at the sole cost and expense of Tenant.      Landlord shall have no obligation to improve, remodel,
     to the extent otherwise expressly stated in the Lease            conditions not apparent on drawings and other               Tenant’s Work shall include, without limitation, the pur-   alter or otherwise modify or prepare the Premises for
     Documents. Tenant hereby represents each of the                  building documents shall receive written approval           chase, installation and performance of the following:       Tenant’s occupancy.
     following:                                                       of Landlord prior to start of construction.
                                                                 2.   Immediately following the installation by Landlord          A.   Engaging the services of a licensed architect          Center
     1.   Tenant or its authorized representative has                                                                                  (“Tenant’s Architect”) to prepare the Preliminary      Landlord or its predecessor-in-interest has constructed
                                                                      of	metal	stud	framing	defining	the	premises,	the	
          inspected the Premises and has made all                                                                                      Documents, Construction Documents and the              the Center, and the Building and other improve-
                                                                      Tenant shall verify the accuracy of said instal-
          inquiries, tests and studies that it deems                                                                                   As-Built Documents.                                    ments upon the Center (exclusive of improvements
                                                                      lation and shall immediately advise Landlord of
          necessary in connection with its leasing of the                                                                                                                                     constructed by or on behalf of each present and prior
                                                                      any discrepancies. Failure to so notify Landlord            B.   Preparation of originals and copies of the Prelimi-
          Premises.                                                                                                                                                                           Occupant of the Center). Tenant has inspected the
                                                                      shall be deemed as acceptance by Tenant of said                  nary Documents, Construction Documents and
     2.   Tenant is relying solely on Tenant’s own inspec-            installation and layout.                                                                                                Center, the Building, the utilities, the types, quantities
                                                                                                                                       As-Built Documents.
          tion, inquiries, tests and studies conducted in                                                                                                                                     and qualities of the Utilities, and the other systems and
                                                                 3.   Landlord shall have the right to locate, both verti-        C.   Fees for plan review by Landlord and local gov-        Tenant	has	found	the	same	to	be	suitable,	sufficient	
          connection with, and Tenant’s own judgment with
                                                                      cally	and	horizontally,	utility	lines,	air	ducts,	flues,	        ernmental authorities.                                 and in acceptable condition for the purpose of Tenant
          respect to, the condition of the Premises and Ten-
                                                                      drains, clean outs, sprinkler mains and valves,                                                                         conducting the Permitted Use upon the Premises.
          ant’s leasing thereof, and                                                                                              D.   Such other improvements as Landlord shall
                                                                      and such other equipment including access                                                                               Landlord shall have no obligation to undertake any
     3.   Tenant is leasing the Premises without any                  panels for same, within the premises.                            require per the Lease to bring the Premises
                                                                                                                                       into	first-class	condition	based	upon	Landlord’s	      work or furnish any additional materials upon any part
          representations or warranties, express, implied                                                                                                                                     of the Center or provide any additional utilities or other
                                                                 4.   Landlord’s right to locate equipment within the                  reasonable standards of appearance, materi-
          or statutory by Landlord, or Landlord’s agents,                                                                                                                                     systems	for	the	benefit	of	the	Premises.
                                                                      premises shall include the equipment required by                 als,	specifications,	design	criteria,	and	Landlord	
          brokers,	finders,	consultants,	counsel,	employ-
                                                                      other tenants. Landlord shall also have the right                Approved Final Plans for the Center, as well as
          ees,	officers,	directors,	shareholders,	partners,	
                                                                      to locate mechanical and other equipment on the                  that part of the Center in which the Premises are
          trustees	or	beneficiaries.                                  roof over the premises.                                          located.
     4.   The Work to be completed by Landlord, “Land-
          lord’s Work” under the Tenant Lease shall be
          limited to that described in the foregoing sections.
     5.   All other items of work not provided for herein,
          to be completed by Landlord, shall be provided
          by the Tenant at Tenant’s expense and is herein
          referred to as “Tenant’s Work.”




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ENVIRONMENTAL MISSION STATEMENT

Macerich is committed to planning, designing, con-
structing and operating Santa Monica Place in an
environmentally sound manner. We will implement
green-building strategies and technologies wherever
practical to minimize the environmental impact of the
development on the Santa Monica community.

As the developer of Santa Monica Place, Macerich is
proud to be part of the Santa Monica community. It
has been critical from the outset that Santa Monica
Place adopts the values of this special place in every
way. Santa Monica Place is committed to being a
leader in green-building strategies.

We expect and will strongly encourage the same
forward-thinking from Santa Monica Place retailers.
Not only is it the right thing to do, but green-building
will pay huge dividends in acceptance and loyalty in
the community that understands and values environ-
mental sustainability.

As developer and retailer, we are partners in creat-
ing something special - something that will be fully
embraced by the Santa Monica Place community.
Green-building	will	be	a	significant	part	of	creating	this	
special environment.

Through the practice and implementation of green-
building strategies and technologies, Santa Monica
Place can and will mitigate the project’s environmental
impact. The project is already off to a fantastic start
and we need your help and commitment in carrying
the	environmental	torch	to	the	finish	line.		The	follow-
ing pages detail the green-building technologies we
                                                                                          Palm Plaza
have included in the Santa Monica Place design.

Thank you in advance for your collaborative efforts.




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     FRAMEWORK FOR “GREEN BUILDINGS”                                                                                     ENCOURAGING “GREEN BUILDINGS”

     What is “green-building?”                                  priority.                                                Green-building Accomplishments                             Helpful Resources
                                                                LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental
     While	there	is	no	single	definition	of	green-building,	    Design)                                                  While the development team continues to evaluate           •   LEED - Commercial Interiors
     the fundamental principles can be adhered to through                                                                and identify opportunities, there have been many               	If	LEED	certification	is	the	goal	for	your	Tenant	
     design	and	construction	practices	that	significantly	      Early on in the project, the Santa Monica Place devel-   green-building strategies and technologies already             space, this document provides the necessary
     reduce or eliminate the negative impact of buildings       opment team looked to adopt a framework to tackle        incorporated into Santa Monica Place. In making                framework.
     on the environment and occupants in the following          the green-building goals of the project. The most        the decision(s) to implement certain strategies and
     areas:                                                     established framework and the one we have chosen         technologies, the team uses the lens of “greatest          •   Green strategy/technology checklist
                                                                to guide our efforts is the United States Green Build-   practical	efficiency.”		That	means	a	use	that	is	techni-       Created by Tenant coordination, this checklist
     •	   Sustainable site planning                             ing Council’s LEED program.                              cally	and	financially	feasible.                                summarizes the opportunities Tenants have to
                                                                                                                                                                                        show their “green” commitment.
     •	   Safeguarding	water	and	water	efficiency               LEED provides a complete framework for assessing         High Expectations
     •	   Energy	efficiency	and	renewable	energy                building performance and meeting sustainability goals.                                                              •   www.usgbc.org
                                                                Based	on	well-founded	scientific	standards,	LEED	        Macerich is holding this project to the highest                United States Green Building Council
     •	   Conservation of materials and resources
                                                                emphasizes state of the art strategies for sustainable   standards of green-building design. As our partner,            website providing resources dedicated to
     •	   Indoor environmental quality                          site	development,	water	savings,	energy	efficiency,	     we challenge you to raise the bar.                             green-building and LEED.
                                                                materials selection and indoor environmental quality.
     The design, construction, and maintenance of               LEED recognizes achievements and promotes                In the spirit of raising the bar, the Santa Monica         •   www.greenerbuildings.com
     buildings has a tremendous impact on our environ-          expertise in green building through a comprehensive      Place Tenant Criteria contains requirements as well            Information and resources on the full spectrum
     ment and our natural resources. There are more             system	offering	project	certification,	professional	     as recommendations. While we have listed those                 of environmental issues related to buildings
     than 76 million residential buildings and nearly 5         accreditation, training and practical resources.         items that are required, we are also providing you             and facilities. GreenerBuildings.com is a
     million commercial buildings in the U.S. today. These                                                               with other green-building strategies and technologies          partnership between the U.S. Green Building
     buildings together use one third of all the energy                                                                  that are optional. This was done, in part, to help you         Council and the National Environmental Educa-
     consumed in the U.S., and two-thirds of all electricity.                                                            identify opportunities for green-building strategies and       tion & Training Foundation’s Green Biz.com
     By the year 2010, another 38 million buildings are                                                                  technologies in the build out of your stores, but mostly
     expected to be constructed. The challenge will                                                                      because it helps strengthen the project’s commitment
     be to build them smarter, so they use a minimum                                                                     to the environment.
     of nonrenewable energy, produce a minimum of
     pollution, and cost a minimum of energy dollars,                                                                    It is our hope that you will strongly consider imple-
     while increasing the comfort, health, and safety of the                                                             menting as many green building and LEED strategies/
     people who live, work, and shop in them. The onus                                                                   technologies that you can with the “greatest practical
     is on us, the developers and retailers, to make this a                                                              efficiency.”		




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REQUIREMENTS & RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE TENANT

LEED CRITERIA REQUIREMENTS                                 Indoor Environmental Quality                               LEED CRITERIA RECOMMENDATIONS
                                                           1. Automatic occupancy sensing lighting controls will
Water Efficiency                                              be installed in all spaces not regularly occupied       Energy & Atmosphere
1. The Tenant is required to install waterless urinals        such as storage rooms and restrooms.                    1. The tenant is encouraged to have 70% ENERGY
    in tenant restrooms where urinals are used.            2. Tenants are required to use Low-E glass in store-          STAR compliance equipment and appliances
2.	 Low	flow	water	closets	using	1.1	gallons	per	flush	       fronts and doors with a maximum E-value of 0.25.           (excluding HVAC, lighting and building envelope
    or less will be installed in all common area rest-                                                                   products).
    rooms.                                                 Impact: reduces lighting and energy costs while
3.	 Operation	sensors	and	low	flow	faucets	using	          reducing heat loads in the tenant space.                   Impact: achieves increasing levels of energy conser-
    1.0 GPM or less will be installed on all lavatories.                                                              vation beyond the prerequisite standard to reduce
                                                           Indoor Environmental Quality                               environmental impacts associated with excessive
Impact - Each waterless urinal can save approxi-           1. ALL Tenants are required to implement a compre-         energy use.
mately 7,800 gallons of water per year over traditional       hensive building Construction Indoor Air Quality
flush urinals. While waterless urinals can save               Management Plan as set forth in the guidelines          Materials & Resources
valuable water resources, they also require less              prescribed by LEED EQ Credit 3                          1. Use materials, including furniture and furnish-
cleaning time and have no flushing machinery that          2. All adhesives and sealants, interior paints and            ings, with recycled content such that the sum of
can break down.                                               coatings, carpet systems, composite wood and               post-consumer recycled content plus 1/2 of the
                                                              laminate adhesives and materials used in the               preconsumer content constitutes as least 20% of
Energy & Atmosphere                                           building interiors should not exceed the VOC con-          the total value of the materials in the project.
1. Restaurants will use HVAC&R refrigeration with             tent limits as set forth in the guidelines prescribed   2. Use a minimum of 20% of the combined value of
   no CFC-based refrigerants.                                 by LEED EQ Credits 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4.                  construction and furniture materials and products
                                                                                                                         that are manufactured regionally within a radius of
Impact: reduces ozone depletion and reduces the            Impact: reduces the quantity of indoor air contami-           500 miles.
accumulation of greenhouse gases that contribute to        nants that are odorous, potentially irritating and/or      3. Use rapidly renewable construction, materials and
Gobal Warming.                                             harmful to the comfort and wellbeing of installers and        products, man made from plants that are typically
                                                           occupants.                                                    harvested within a 10-year or shorter cycle.
Materials & Resources                                                                                                 4. When using new wood-based products and mate-
1. Provide an easily accessible dedicated area that                                                                      rials,	use	a	minimum	of	50%	that	are	certified	in	
   serves the tenant space for the collection and                                                                        accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council’s
   storage of materials for recycling including (at a                                                                    Principles and Criteria.
   minimum) paper, corrugated cardboard, glass
   plastics and metals.                                                                                               Impact: increases the demand for building products
                                                                                                                      that incorporate recycled content materials, there-
Impact: facilitates the reduction of waste generated                                                                  fore reducing impacts resulting from extraction and
by building occupants that is hauled to and disposed                                                                  processing of virgin materials; supports the regional
of in landfills thus reducing land, water and air pollu-                                                              economy and reduces the environmental impacts
tion impacts.                                                                                                         resulting from transportation; reduces the use and
                                                                                                                      depletion of finite raw materials and long-cycle renew-
                                                                                                                      able materials; and encourages environmentally
                                                                                                                      responsible forest management.




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