Replacement Cost means the cost to repair or rebuild the improvements owned by Lessor at the time of the occurrence to their condition existing immediately prior thereto, including demolition, debris removal and upgrading required by the operation of Applicable Requirements, and without deduction for depreciation.
Examples of Replacement Cost in a sentence
In addition, damage or destruction to the Building, other than Lessee-Owned Alterations and Utility Installations and Trade Fixtures of any lessees of the Building, the cost of which damage or destruction is fifty percent (50%) or more of the then Replacement Cost (excluding Lessee-Owned Alterations and Utility Installations and Trade Fixtures of any lessees of the Building) of the Building shall, at the option of Lessor, be deemed to be Premises Total Destruction.
Windstorm Coverage will be written in an amount not less than the Replacement Cost of the Mortgaged Property.
If any policy referred to in this Section 6.10 contains a coinsurance clause, such coinsurance clause will be offset by an agreed amount endorsement in an amount not less than the Replacement Cost.
The policies of insurance carried in accordance with this paragraph shall be paid annually in advance and shall contain a "Replacement Cost Endorsement" with a waiver of depreciation.
Windstorm Coverage will be written in an amount equal to 100% of the Replacement Cost.