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Aug. 24, 2020

Agenda original pdf

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Design Commission August 24, 2020 Design Commission to be held August 24th with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (8/23/2020 by Noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the August Design Commission Meeting, residents must: • Call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-1243 or aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov no later than noon, (the day before the meeting). The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. • Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. • Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. • Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. • If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch- atxn- live SPECIAL CALLED DESIGN COMMISSION MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 2020 3:00 PM VIA VIDEOCONFERENCING CURRENT MEMBERS: David Carroll, Chair (District 1) Martha Gonzalez (District 2) Samuel Franco (District 3) Josue Meiners (District 4) Melissa Henao-Robledo, Vice-Chair (District 5) Evan Taniguchi (Mayor) Beau Frail (District 6) Jessica Rollason (District 7) Aan Coleman (District8) Bart Whatley (District 9) Ben Luckens (District10) AGENDA CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL 1. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion & Possible Action): a. Discussion and possible action to evaluate and make recommendations regarding whether Block 16, addressed at 320 E. 2nd Street, complies with the Urban Design Guidelines, for the City of Austin; Todd Runkle Gensler, Richard Suttle Armbrust & Brown, PLLC., Cameron Campbell Campbell Landscape Architecture 2. COMMISSION-SPECIFIC BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Approval of the July 17th meeting minutes; b. Discussion and Possible action to appoint a Working Group to specifically address updates to the Urban Design Guidelines c. Liaison Reports: report from collaborative commissions from their most recent meeting 3. ANNOUNCEMENTS: …

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Aug. 24, 2020

7.17 Meeting Minutes Draft original pdf

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Special Meeting of the Design Commission - Remotely; Via WebEx DESIGN COMMISSION FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2020 3:00 PM MEETING MINUTES Call to order by: Chair D. Carroll at 3:02 p.m. COMMISSION MEMBERS ✓ David Carroll, Chair (District 1) ✓ Martha Gonzalez, Vice-Chair (District 2) Samuel Franco (District 3) ✓ Josue Meiners (District 4) ✓ Melissa Henao-Robledo (District 5) ✓ Evan Taniguchi (Mayor) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Beau Frail (District 6) Jessica Rollason (District 7) Aan Coleman (District 8) Bart Whatley (District 9) Ben Luckens (District 10) • “✓” Denotes Commission Members who were in attendance CITY OF AUSTIN PLANNING & ZONING STAFF ✓ Jorge E. Rousselin, Executive Liaison ✓ Aaron D. Jenkins, Staff Liaison ✓ Patrick Colunga, Staff Liaison CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL 1. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Courtesy briefing of the Master Plan for John Trevino Jr. Metro Park at Morrison Ranch (Charles Mabry, COA and David Malda, GGN) Charles Mabry presented and answered questions from Commissioners. No action taken. Page 1 of 2 b. Courtesy briefing for the Arts in Public Places Program by the Cultural Arts Division within the Economic Development Department (Sue Lambe, COA and Curt Gettman,) Sue Lambe, and Curt Gettman presented and answered questions and comments from Commissioners. No action taken. No Action taken. c. Discussion and possible action on Downtown Pavers. Commissioner A. Coleman and Vice Chair Robledo will be drafting a proposal which will be shared at the next Design Commission, with the intent to submit a letter to city council to request action for possible changes. 2. COMMISSION-SPECIFIC BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Approval of the June 22nd meeting minutes; The motion to approve the minutes as drafted was made by Commissioner A. Coleman and seconded by Commissioner J. Meiners. The motion was approved on a unanimous vote of [8‐0‐0]. b. Liaison Reports: report from collaborative commissions from their most recent meeting Commissioner M. Henao-Robledo met with the downtown commission and discussed the proposed convention center expansion. Chairman D. Carroll met with the Joint Sustainability committee regarding revisions to the Climate Plan with joint stain committee about climate plan revision. 3. ANNOUNCEMENTS: a. Chair Announcements; b. Items from Commission Members; None; None; c. Items from City Staff; Working group scheduled for next Thursday, July 23rd, 2020; 14th and Guadalupe ADJOURNMENT at 4:25pm Page 2 of 2

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Aug. 24, 2020

Block 16 Presentation original pdf

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Aug. 24, 2020

Downtown Density Bonus Application original pdf

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ARMBRUST & BROWN, PLLC A T T O R N E Y S A N D C O U N S E L O R S 100 CONGRESS AVENUE, SUITE 1300 AUSTIN, TEXAS 78701-2744 512-435-2300 FACSIMILE 512-435-2360 Richard Suttle, Jr. (512) 435-2310 rsuttle@abaustin.com June 17, 2020 Jerry Rusthoven Acting Lead, Assistant Director City of Austin Planning and Zoning Department 505 Barton Springs Road, 5th Floor Austin, Texas 78704 Re: Downtown Density Bonus Application for Block 16 (the "Application") Dear Mr. Rusthoven: This letter, along with the Application is submitted to apply for a density bonus for property located at 320 E. 2nd Street (the “Property”). The Property is approximately 0.8106 acres (35,309 square feet) and is currently developed with restaurant uses. The Property is zoned Central Business District (“CBD”) and within the Core/Waterfront district of the Downtown Austin Plan. The maximum floor-to-area ratio (“FAR”) for properties zoned CBD is 8:1 with no height limitation. This would yield about 282,472 square feet of building area on a 0.8106 acre site. The purpose of this Application is to request a density bonus to exceed the 8:1 FAR limitation to construct a 47-story office building with ground floor retail and structured parking (the “Project”). The building will be approximately 723 feet tall. The density bonus, if approved, would allow for a 21:1 FAR to yield approximately 741,319 square feet of building area. This is an increase of approximately 458,847 square feet. The Project shall adhere to Section 25-2-586 by meeting all of the Gatekeeper requirements. This includes, (i) a restrictive covenant committing to provide streetscape improvements along all public street frontages, consistent with Great Streets Standards, (ii) a restrictive covenant committing to achieve a minimum two-star rating under the Austin Energy Green Building program, and (iii) substantial compliance with Urban Design Guidelines as outlined in the matrix submitted with the Application. A site plan has been filed under Case No. SP-2019-0426C that provides streetscape improvements along San Jacinto Boulevard, E. 2nd Streets, and Trinity Street consistent with Great Streets Standards. The Project proposes a civically minded ground level experience with a shaded colonnade and two corner plazas that will be populated with a generous amount of public art. {W0965698.1} ARMBRUST & BROWN, PLLC Page 2 In summary, the request is to increase the allowed FAR from 8:1 to 21:1 through the Downtown Density Bonus Program. We appreciate your consideration of our Project and …

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Aug. 24, 2020

Project Review Application original pdf

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City of Austin - Design Commission Project Review Application The Design Commission provides advisory recommendations to the City Council to assist in developing public policy and to promote excellence in the design and development of the urban environment. The Design Commission reviews three types of projects: 1. City projects (see page ii for process) The Commission reviews all municipal buildings and associated site plans to ensure they demonstrate compliance with city design and sustainability standards (Council Resolution No. 20071129-046), including those seeking Subchapter E Design Standards Alternative Equivalent Compliance (AEC) (Council Resolution No. 20100923-086). 2. Destiny Bonus projects (see page iv for process) The Commission reviews density bonus projects for substantial compliance with the Urban Design Guidelines for Austin in accordance with the Gatekeeper requirements of LDC 25-2-586 for the Downtown Density Bonus Program. 3. Advisory Recommendations for Private projects (see page ii for process) The Commission will consider Project Review Applications from private projects during its regularly scheduled monthly public meetings and may issue an advisory recommendation in the form of a Project Review Letter to the Applicant. This Project Review Application must be submitted before your project can be presented to the Design Commission for their review. Design Commission requests project be presented in their Conceptual/Schematic Design phase. This application primarily addresses inhabited buildings and structures and their effect on the public realm; please refer to Appendix A for infrastructure type projects. The Commission's review of projects is based on the planning/design principles in the Urban Design Guidelines for Austin. Ensure that all applicable principles are addressed in the application questions and in your presentation. https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Boards_and_Commissions/ Design_Commission_urban_design_guidelin es_for_austin.pdf The Design Commission supports the vision and principles of Imagine Austin Comprehensive Plan, especially those that affect the urban environment and fabric. All projects should consider this vision and principles, many of which are similar to the Urban Design Guidelines. Refer to Appendix C for the most pertinent sections of Imagine Austin. The Design Commission expects the applicant’s design team to present their project with those most knowledgeable and encourages the inclusion of sub-consultants at the presentation, when deemed necessary. EXHIBITS TO PRESENT 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Completed Project Review Application (p.1-6) Existing zoning classification, adjacent zoning & uses, future land use map classification, topography Vicinity plan, including public transportation and connectivity on-site and within quarter mile Site plan and landscape plan Ground level, basement …

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Aug. 24, 2020

Updated Site Plan Sheets original pdf

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D R A V E L U O B O T N C A J N A S I ) . . W O R . ' 0 8 ( UP T E E R T S Y T N R T I I ) . . W O R . ' 0 8 ( ALLEY (20' R.O.W.) EAST 2ND STREET (80' R.O.W.) 00 20' 40' GRAPHIC SCALE 20' LEGEND PROPERTY LINE ADJACENT PROPERTY LINE LIMITS OF CONSTRUCTION BUILDING OVERHANG ACCESSIBLE PATH PAVERS CONCRETE SIDEWALK SHADE STRUCTURE TYPE 1 CURB RAMP. SEE CITY OF AUSTIN DETAILS ON SHEET 24. TREE GRATE. SEE DETAIL ON SHEET 31. (4) BIKE RACK. SEE DETAIL ON SHEET 32. (2) BENCH. SEE DETAIL ON SHEET 31. AUSTIN ENERGY STANDARD 25' ROW ILLUMINATION POLE. SEE DETAIL ON SHEET 32. TRASH RECEPTACLE. SEE DETAIL ON SHEET 32. WARNING: CONTRACTOR IS TO VERIFY PRESENCE AND EXACT LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. Know what'sbelow. Call before you dig. BENCHMARKS TBM 1- SQUARE CUT ON TOP OF CONCRETE CURB IN THE EAST MARGIN OF TRINITY STREET ±5' SOUTHWEST FROM A 12" LIVE OAK WITH TREE TAG 5007 IN THE EAST MARGIN OF TRINITY STREET, ±27' NORTH FROM A 18" LIVE OAK WITH TREE TAG 5006 IN THE EAST MARGIN OF TRINITY STREET, ±102' NORTH FROM A 10" CEDAR ELM WITH TREE TAG 5014 IN THE EAST MARGIN OF TRINITY STREET. ELEVATION = 469.47'. TBM 2- SQUARE CUT ON TOP OF CONCRETE CURB IN THE WEST MARGIN OF SAN JACINTO STREET ±5' EAST FROM A STORM SEWER MANHOLE IN THE WEST MARGIN OF SAN JACINTO STREET, ±50' WEST FROM A STORM SEWER MANHOLE IN THE EAST MARGIN OF SAN JACINTO STREET, ±49' WEST FROM A 8" RED OAK WITH TREE TAG 5012. ELEVATION = 470.58'. SITE PLAN APPROVAL SHEET ____OF____ FILE NUMBER__________________APPLICATION DATE_______________ 09252019 SP-2019-0426C APPROVED BY COMMISSION ON_______________UNDER SECTION_______ OF 112 CHAPTER__________OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN CODE. 25-5 RANDALL ROUDA EXPIRATION DATE (25-5-81,LDC)__________CASE MANAGER__________________ PROJECT EXPIRATION DATE (ORD.970905-A)__________DWPZ______DDZ______ __________________________________________________________________________ Director, Development Services Department RELEASED FOR GENERAL COMPLIANCE:_____________ZONING_____________ CBD Rev. 1____________________________Correction 1_____________________________ Rev. 2____________________________Correction 2_____________________________ Rev. 3____________________________Correction 3_____________________________ Final plat must be recorded by the Project Expiration Date, if applicable. Subsequent Site Plans which do not comply with the Code current at the time of filing, and all required Building Permits andor a notice of construction (if a building permit is not required), must also be approved prior to …

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Aug. 24, 2020

Working Group Memo original pdf

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Aug. 24, 2020

Design Commission Meeting- 8/24/20 original link

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20200824-01A: Block 16 Recommendation Letter original pdf

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David Carroll, Chair Melissa Henao-Robledo, Vice Chair Aan Coleman Beau Frail Samuel Franco Martha Gonzales Ben Luckens Josue Meiners Jessica Rollason Evan Taniguchi Bart Whatley Jorge Rousselin, Executive Liaison Aaron D. Jenkins Staff Liaison Patrick Colunga Staff Liaison City of Austin Design Commission DESIGN COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION 20200824-01A Aan Coleman Seconded By: Bart Whatley Design Commission recommendation for the Block 16 project, located at 320 East 2nd Street. Date: September 1, 2020 Subject: Motioned By: Recommendation: The City of Austin Design Commission recommends that the Block 16 project, located at 320 East 2nd Street, as presented on August 24, 2020, substantially complies with the city’s Urban Design Guidelines. The Commission’s recommendation comes with the qualification that the applicant further study the opportunity to open up the circulation path along 2nd Street as the bifurcation of the public realm caused by the linear placement of permanent benches is concerning to the Commission. Rationale: Dear Director of Planning and Zoning Dept., This letter is to confirm the Design Commission’s recommendation that the Block 16 project, located at 320 East 2nd Street, as presented on August 24, 2020 substantially complies with the Urban Design Guidelines as one of the gatekeeper requirements of the Downtown Density Bonus Program. The Commission’s recommendation comes with the qualification that the applicant further study the opportunity to open up the circulation path along 2nd Street as the bifurcation of the public realm caused by the linear placement of permanent benches is concerning to the Commission. Our review found the following positive features: Increase of street level retail space; allocated to both intersections. Interactive public art and water feature that faces convention center 1. 2. 3. Addition of public art gallery in the lobby space 4. Inclusion of colonnade/lounge space for outdoor seating and food vendors 6 - 1 - 2 Respectfully, City of Austin Design Commission Vote: For: David Carroll, Aan Coleman, Evan Taniguchi, Samuel Franco, Bart Whatley, Ben Luckens Against: Josue Meiners Abstain: Martha Gonzalez, Jessica Rollason Absent: Melissa Henao-Robledo, Beau Frail Attest: David Carroll, Chair of the Design Commission 1 of 1 Design Commission - Recommendation for Block 16 Page 1

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July 17, 2020

Meeting Agenda original pdf

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Design Commission July 17, 2020 Design Commission to be held July 17th with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (7/16/2020 by Noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the July Special Called Design Commission Meeting, residents must: • Call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-1243 or aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov no later than noon, (the day before the meeting). The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. • Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. • Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. • Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. • If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn- live SPECIAL CALLED DESIGN COMMISSION FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2020 3:00PM VIA VIDEOCONFERENCING CURRENT MEMBERS: David Carroll, Chair (District 1) Martha Gonzalez (District 2) Samuel Franco (District 3) Josue Meiners (District 4) Melissa Henao-Robledo, Vice-Chair (District 5) Evan Taniguchi (Mayor) Beau Frail (District 6) Jessica Rollason (District 7) Aan Coleman (District8) Bart Whatley (District 9) Ben Luckens (District10) AGENDA CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL 1. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion): a. Courtesy briefing of the Master Plan for John Trevino Jr. Metro Park at Morrison Ranch (Charles Mabry, COA and David Malda, GGN) b. Courtesy briefing for the Arts in Public Places Program by the Cultural Arts Division within the Economic Development Department (Sue Lambe, COA and Curt Gettman,) 2. COMMISSION-SPECIFIC BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Approval of the June 22nd meeting minutes; b. LiaisonReports: report from collaborative commissions from their most recent meeting 3. ANNOUNCEMENTS: a. Chair Announcements; b. c. Items from Commission Members; Items from CityStaff; 4. ADJOURNMENT The City of Austin is …

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July 17, 2020

Art in Public Places Presentation original pdf

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Art in Public Places Program Art in Public Places (AIPP) is a program of the Cultural Arts Division within the Economic Development Dept. Municipal Code TITLE 7 LIBRARIES AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES CHAPTER 7-2 ART IN PUBLIC PLACES Voyage to Soulsville John Fisher, 1986 Carver Museum Confabulating Orbits, Ben Livingston, 1996 Austin Convention Center El futuro es una página en blanco…. Connie Arismendi, 2005 Terrazas Branch Library Reflections on the Brazos, Ryah Christensen, 2015 2nd Street & Brazos Since 1985, the Art in Public Places (AIPP) program has executed the Art in Public Places Ordinance, commissioning and managing works of public art for City of Austin facilities. 300+ works of art now in the AIPP collection $16,000,000+ SD23 Outcome: Culture and Lifelong Learning - encourages dialogue within and between communities; advances public understanding of creative expression Water Tower Bike Rack Alan Knox Westenfield Pool Open Room Austin R+R Studios Sand Beach Park Larry Monroe Forever Bridge Stefanie Distefano Blunn Creek Aquifer LAMA Ventures Second Street District AIPP Staff In 2020, AIPP Project Managers (6) and Collection Managers (1) will oversee the selection, approval processes, community engagement efforts, and project management for 70+ Commissions, donations, and repairs Austin Convention Center Marshalling Yard and Warehouse AIPP Project Artwork Budget: $100,000 Austin Convention Center Marshalling Yard and Warehouse AIPP Project Tentative AIPP Project Schedule June 2020 Approval of Prospectus by AIPP Panel and Austin Arts Commission July - Sept 2020 Artist Selection and Approval Oct ’20 - Feb 2021 Community Engagement and Design March – May 2021 Installation/Fabrication June 2021 Target Substantial Completion of Warehouse Construction July 2021 Target AIPP Project Completion/ Community Dedication Event Artwork Budget: $100,000 questions? Susan Lambe Art in Public Places Program Program Manager (512) 974-7852 susan.lambe@austintexas.gov Curt Gettman Marshalling Yard and Warehouse AIPP Project Manager (512) 974-9310 curt.gettman@austintexas.gov

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Austin Convention Center Marshalling Yard and Warehouse AIPP Project original pdf

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Art in Public Places City of Austin Cultural Arts Division 5202 E. Ben White Blvd. Suite 400 Austin, Texas 78741 512.974.7700 / aipp@austintexas.gov Austin Convention Center Marshalling Yard and Warehouse AIPP Project Artwork Budget: $100,000 Project Summary The City of Austin Art in Public Places (AIPP) program of the Cultural Arts Division, Economic Development De- partment seeks to commission a local artist or artists to create a durable, permanent exterior public artwork at the site of the new Austin Convention Center Marshalling Yard and Warehouse. The artist will engage with members of the community to develop a design for the artwork—which might be an exterior mural on the fa- çade of the warehouse or, alternatively, a freestanding work located elsewhere at the site. AIPP and the artist will work closely with the project team to determine the medium and exact artwork location. Tentative AIPP Project Schedule June 2020 Approval of Prospectus by AIPP Panel and Austin Arts Commission July - Sept 2020 Artist Selection and Approval Oct ’20 - Feb 2021 Community Engagement and Design March – May 2021 Installation/Fabrication June 2021 Target Substantial Completion of Warehouse Construction July 2021 Target AIPP Project Completion/Community Dedication Event ACC Marshalling Yard and Warehouse AIPP Project Overview

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July 17, 2020

John Trevino Master Plan Presentation original pdf

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Master Plan for John Treviño Jr. Metropolitan Park at Morrison Ranch Design Commission Meeting Charles Mabry, Associate Project Manager, PARD David Malda, Principal, GGN July 17, 2020 • 330 acres of former ranch 5 I-3 Walter E. Long Metro Park Park Context • 2003: Purchased by PARD • 2006: Named after John Treviño Jr., former Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem • 5,000 feet of Colorado River frontage • 2/3 of the site lies in the 100-year floodplain and TX-130 • Located at 9501 FM-969 between US-183 Ladybird Lake 3 8 1 S U e r o R i v d o l o r a C Decker Ln F M 9 6 9 Treviño Park M 973 F 0 R 13 S US 71 Austin-Bergstrom Intl Airport John Treviño Jr. at City of Austin park dedication in 2016 (Image credit: BetoATX) 2 MONTOPOLISDEL VALLECENTRAL EAST AUSTINDOWNTOWN AUSTIN Master Plan Schedule 2019 MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC FEB MAR APR 2020 JAN Discovery Site Analysis Existing Conditions, Opportunities, and Challenges Report Develop Shared Vision Story Gathering Community Meeting #1 Summary What We’ve Heard: Vision & Values Community Meeting #2 Summary Focused Engagement Phases Ongoing Community Engagement Explore Concepts Preliminary Concepts Community Meeting #3 Summary Develop Master Plan Preferred Master Plan Community Meeting #4 Summary Document and Refine Draft Master Plan Report Boards and Commisions Review and Adopt City Council Final Master Plan Report 3 Public Engagement: Approach Meetings and Events • 4 community meetings (two on-site at Treviño Park) • 11 Small Group Discussions • 3 Technical Advisory Group (TAG) Meetings Surveys • 3 community surveys (digital and print in English and Spanish) Individual outreach • Engagement with individuals, 16+ organizations, 3 neighborhood associations, and 5 local schools • In-person outreach in East Austin: 3 school events, 5 neighborhood/organization events, and 5 church services July 8 community meeting nature talk + hike December 7 community meeting with organization partners 4 Public Engagement: Listening 1) Site, parks, and your story • Connection to place • Notes & postcards • Oral histories • Survey: 398 respondents (41% responses from neighboring zip codes*) Community Priorities: 2) What we heard • Park Vision and Values • Opportunity to share feedback to date and confirm understanding of community goals Nature Stewardship + Education 3) An ideal day at Treviño Park • Site character, activities, design concepts • Survey: 222 respondents …

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July 17, 2020

Meeting Minutes 6.22.2020 original pdf

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DESIGN COMMISSION MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2020 3:00 PM Special Meeting of the Design Commission - Remotely; Via WebEx MEETING MINUTES Call to order by: Chair D. Carroll at 3:05 p.m. COMMISSION MEMBERS ✓ David Carroll, Chair (District 1) _ Martha Gonzalez, Vice-Chair (District 2) ✓ Samuel Franco (District 3) ✓ Josue Meiners (District 4) ✓ Melissa Henao-Robledo (District 5) ✓ Evan Taniguchi (Mayor) ✓ ✓ ✓ Beau Frail (District 6) Jessica Rollason (District 7) Aan Coleman (District 8) Bart Whatley (District 9) Ben Luckens (District 10) • “✓” Denotes Commission Members who were in attendance CITY OF AUSTIN PLANNING & ZONING STAFF ✓ Jorge E. Rousselin, Executive Liaison ✓ Aaron D. Jenkins, Staff Liaison ✓ Patrick Colunga, Staff Liaison CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL 1. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Discussion and possible action to evaluate and make recommendations regarding whether The University Hills Library Parking Lot Expansion, addressed at 4701 Loyola Lane, complies with the Urban Design Guidelines, for the City of Austin; ( Aldo Sotelo Stantec, Paul Sanchez City of Austin) • The Commission supported the project as it conforms with City of Austin Design Standards; The motion was made by Chairman D.Carroll and seconded by Commission E. Taniguchi. • The recommendation motion was approved on a unanimous vote of [7‐0‐0]. Page 1 of 2 b. Discussion and possible action to evaluate and make recommendations regarding whether 321 W. 6th Street, addressed at 321 W. 6th Street, complies with the Urban Design Guidelines, for the City of Austin; Talmadge Smith Page Think, Richard Shuttle Armbrust & Brown, PLLC. A motion was made by Commissioner B. Luckens; seconded by Commissioner S. Franco; that the project did not comply with the Urban Design Guidelines; however, the commission fell short of votes in support of the motion. A recommendation was not made. • Commissioner B. Frail - Made a friendly motion to request a local artist. Commissioner B. Luckens and Commissioner S. Franco accepted. • The motion was voted [5‐1‐2]. c. Discussion and possible action to evaluate and make recommendations regarding whether Hanover Brazos Street, addressed at 201 E. 3rd Street, complies with the Urban Design Guidelines, for the City of Austin; Craig Krupitzer SCB. The motion that the project complies with Urban Design guidelines was made by Commissioner J. Meiners; and seconded by Commissioner E. Taniguchi. • The motion was approved on a unanimous vote [7‐0‐0]. 2. …

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July 17, 2020

REVISED AGENDA original pdf

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Design Commission July 17, 2020 Design Commission to be held July 17th with Social Distancing Modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (7/16/2020 by Noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the July Special Called Design Commission Meeting, residents must: • Call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-1243 or aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov no later than noon, (the day before the meeting). The information required is the speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, and a telephone number or email address. • Once a request to speak has been called in or emailed to the board liaison, residents will receive either an email or phone call providing the telephone number to call on the day of the scheduled meeting. • Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. • Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov by Noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. • If this meeting is broadcast live, residents may watch the meeting here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn- live SPECIAL CALLED DESIGN COMMISSION FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2020 3:00PM VIA VIDEOCONFERENCING CURRENT MEMBERS: David Carroll, Chair (District 1) Martha Gonzalez (District 2) Samuel Franco (District 3) Josue Meiners (District 4) Melissa Henao-Robledo, Vice-Chair (District 5) Evan Taniguchi (Mayor) Beau Frail (District 6) Jessica Rollason (District 7) Aan Coleman (District8) Bart Whatley (District 9) Ben Luckens (District10) REVISED AGENDA CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL 1. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion & Possible Action): a. Courtesy briefing of the Master Plan for John Trevino Jr. Metro Park at Morrison Ranch (Charles Mabry, COA and David Malda, GGN) b. Courtesy briefing for the Arts in Public Places Program by the Cultural Arts Division within the Economic Development Department (Sue Lambe, COA and Curt Gettman,) c. Discussion and possible action on Downtown Pavers. 2. COMMISSION-SPECIFIC BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Approval of the June 22nd meeting minutes; b. LiaisonReports: report from collaborative commissions from their most recent meeting 3. ANNOUNCEMENTS: a. Chair Announcements; b. c. Items from …

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Design Commission Special Meeting- 7/17/20 original link

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Design Commission Special Meeting- 7/17/20- Revised original link

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Approved Minutes original pdf

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Special Meeting of the Design Commission - Remotely; Via WebEx DESIGN COMMISSION FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2020 3:00 PM MEETING MINUTES Call to order by: Chair D. Carroll at 3:02 p.m. COMMISSION MEMBERS ✓ David Carroll, Chair (District 1) ✓ Martha Gonzalez, Vice-Chair (District 2) Samuel Franco (District 3) ✓ Josue Meiners (District 4) ✓ Melissa Henao-Robledo (District 5) ✓ Evan Taniguchi (Mayor) ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Beau Frail (District 6) Jessica Rollason (District 7) Aan Coleman (District 8) Bart Whatley (District 9) Ben Luckens (District 10) • “✓” Denotes Commission Members who were in attendance CITY OF AUSTIN PLANNING & ZONING STAFF ✓ Jorge E. Rousselin, Executive Liaison ✓ Aaron D. Jenkins, Staff Liaison ✓ Patrick Colunga, Staff Liaison CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL 1. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Courtesy briefing of the Master Plan for John Trevino Jr. Metro Park at Morrison Ranch (Charles Mabry, COA and David Malda, GGN) Charles Mabry presented and answered questions from Commissioners. No action taken. Page 1 of 2 b. Courtesy briefing for the Arts in Public Places Program by the Cultural Arts Division within the Economic Development Department (Sue Lambe, COA and Curt Gettman,) Sue Lambe, and Curt Gettman presented and answered questions and comments from Commissioners. No action taken. No Action taken. c. Discussion and possible action on Downtown Pavers. Commissioner A. Coleman and Vice Chair Robledo will be drafting a proposal which will be shared at the next Design Commission, with the intent to submit a letter to city council to request action for possible changes. 2. COMMISSION-SPECIFIC BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action): a. Approval of the June 22nd meeting minutes; The motion to approve the minutes as drafted was made by Commissioner A. Coleman and seconded by Commissioner J. Meiners. The motion was approved on a unanimous vote of [8‐0‐0]. b. Liaison Reports: report from collaborative commissions from their most recent meeting Commissioner M. Henao-Robledo met with the downtown commission and discussed the proposed convention center expansion. Chairman D. Carroll met with the Joint Sustainability committee regarding revisions to the Climate Plan with joint stain committee about climate plan revision. 3. ANNOUNCEMENTS: a. Chair Announcements; b. Items from Commission Members; None; None; c. Items from City Staff; Working group scheduled for next Thursday, July 23rd, 2020; 14th and Guadalupe ADJOURNMENT at 4:25pm Page 2 of 2

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3rd & Brazos Presentation original pdf

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June 22, 2020

Downtown Density Bonus Application original pdf

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