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Regular Meeting of the Historic Landmark Commission - This meeting will be held remotely
Sept. 28, 2020

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Historic Landmark Commission Applications under Review for September 28, 2020 Meeting This list does not constitute a formal agenda and is subject to change. A final agenda will be posted at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. The Historic Landmark Commission meeting will be held with social distancing modifications. Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers (applicants included) must register to speak in advance no later than Sunday, September 27 by noon. All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To register, applicants and community members must: • • Email or call the board liaison at preservation@austintexas.gov or (512) 974-1264 no later than noon on Sunday, September 27. The information required is the speaker name; item number(s) they wish to speak on; whether they are for, against, or neutral; and an email address. People who have submitted a request to speak will receive either an email or a phone call on the day of the meeting, which will provide the telephone number to call. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to preservation@austintexas.gov no later than noon on Sunday, September 27. This information will be provided to commissioners in advance of the meeting. Historic Zoning applications Item Address/description 2502 Park View Drive (HDP-2020-0214) – Commission-initiated historic zoning case (postponed A.1 August 24, 2020) A.2 A.3 2609 San Pedro Street (HDP-2020-0231) – Commission-initiated historic zoning case 2816 San Pedro Street (HDP-2020-0293) – Commission-initiated historic zoning case Historic landmark and historic district applications Item B.1 B.2 Address/description 4205 Avenue F (HR-2020-122347) – Replace a roof with standing-seam metal 4010 Avenue H (HR-2020-125242) – Construct a 2-story rear addition; remove asbestos siding; change some window openings on secondary walls; replace some windows in-kind; enlarge a window opening to a door opening 602 Highland Avenue (HR-2020-125268) – Construct a 2-story rear addition and side carport B.3 1412 Wathen Avenue (HR-2020-137070) – Replace roof with same material B.4 National Register District permit applications Item C.1 Address/description 319-323 E. 6th Street (HR-2020-107348) – Enclose a roof deck and third-story addition (postponed from August 24, 2020) 3211 Oakmont Boulevard (HR-2020-110112) – Construct a single-family residence (postponed from August 24, 2020) 3207 Glenview Avenue (HR-2020-123266) – Construct an addition, change a front window opening, and replace windows C.2 C.3 C.4 1607 Niles Road (HR-2020-127555) – Construct a detached garage 3002 Bryker Road (HR-2020-127918) – Construct …

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Sept. 16, 2020

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Historic Landmark Commission Special Meeting of the Architectural Review Committee September 16, 2020, 1:00 p.m. Version en espanol a continuacion The Architectural Review Committee meeting will be held Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. with social distancing modifications. THIS MEETING IS LIMITED TO 90 MINUTES. PLEASE MAKE PRESENTATIONS AS BRIEF AS POSSIBLE (Consider 5-6 minutes) SO THAT ALL APPLICANTS MAY HAVE THE CHANCE TO PRESENT TO AND RECEIVE INPUT FROM THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS. Community members will be allowed to listen to the meeting via telephone but do not participate in the meeting. This is a virtual meeting; no in-person input will be allowed. All participants (applicants and others) must register in advance (no later than 12:00 noon on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 to be notified of the call-in number and other instructions). To listen to the Architectural Review Committee meeting, community members must: If you have submitted a request, you will receive either an email or phone call on the day • Call or email the board liaison at preservation@austintexas.gov or (512) 974-1264 no later than noon on Tuesday, September 15. Provide your name and telephone number or email address. • of the meeting with the telephone number and call-in instructions. • You must call in at least 15 minutes prior to the meeting start in order to listen (no later than 12:45 p.m.). Late callers will not be accepted. • Applicants will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to preservation@austintexas.gov no later than noon on Tuesday, September 15. This information will be provided to commissioners in advance of the meeting. Reunión especial del Historic Landmark Commission, Architectural Review Committee FECHA de la reunion: 16 Septiembre, 2020 a la una de la tarde (1:00 p.m.) La junta se llevará con modificaciones de distanciamiento social Se permitirán comentarios públicos por teléfono; no se permitirá ninguna entrada en persona. Todos los oradores deben registrarse con anticipación (15 Septiembre 2020 antes del mediodía). Para hablar de forma remota en la reunión, los residentes deben: • Llame o envíe un correo electrónico al enlace de la junta en 512-974-3393 o preservation@austintexas.gov a más tardar al mediodía 15 Septiembre 2020 (el día antes de la reunión). La información requerida es el nombre del orador, los números de artículo sobre los que desean hablar, si están a favor / en contra / neutrales, …

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223 E 6th original pdf

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1 A4.0 A 1' - 0" 5 A4.0 64' - 2" B C D E 16' - 2" 25' - 0" 22' - 3 1/4" 12' - 0" 1 EXISTING EGRESS DOOR W/ PANIC BAR TO REMAIN / " 4 1 1 - ' 5 EXISTING WALL TO REMAIN EXISTING WALL TO REMAIN / 6 4 " 4 3 1 1 - ' cj wants isolate the first floorplan and permit the work to be done in that area before the entire roofdeck addition. So lets start a sheet setup for 1st floorplan. Do you think you can create a cover sheet based on Teal House cover sheet, importing maps, project info, etc? we would be removing the stairs and just showing wall enclosures.... 1 / " 8 5 4 - ' 2 2 " 0 1 - ' 9 1 1 A4.1 / " 4 3 3 - ' 4 4 B A L S 2 4 A4.0 3 FIRST FLOOR 1/8" = 1'-0" RISER ROOM NEW FIRE-RATED WALL TO BE BUILT 17' - 8" 13 5' - 0" " 0 - ' 5 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 6' - 11 5/8" / " 2 1 6 - ' 4 1 / " 8 5 7 - ' 6 NEW FIRE-RATED WALL TO BE BUILT 64' - 2" EXISTING WALL TO REMAIN 24' - 0 1/2" EXST COLUMN EXST COLUMN 20' - 0" EXISTING DARWIN'S PIANO BAR EQ EQ EXISTING FIRE-RATED DEMISING WALL TO REMAIN 33 34 35 36 37 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 10' - 11" EXISTING NEW FIRE-RATED WALL TO BE BUILT EXISTING FIRE-RATED DEMISING WALL TO REMAIN 11' - 3 1/4" 5' - 7" 2' - 1 3/4" 5' - 7" 2' - 1 1/4" 5' - 7" 2' - 11 3/4" 5' - 7" 3' - 0" 5' - 7" 23' - 10 1/2" 5' - 10" 49' - 8 1/2" 3 A4.0 EXISTING EGRESS DOOR TO REMAIN SAN JACINTO BLVD 2 A4.0 T E E R T S H T 6 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 38 37 …

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319-23 E. 6th Street Egress Study original pdf

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+16" 485.40' +7-5/8"* +7-5/8" 484.80' +0'-0" 484.17' 321 +7-5/8" 484.80' +0'-0" +0'-0" 484.17' 484.17' 321 +16" 485.40' +7-5/8"* r e m o v e f l o o r @ h a t c h e d a r e a +7-5/8"* +7-5/8"* ! k p r o e e w t s t h o g o m t i x a m % 2 (+6-1/2"*) (+6-1/2"*) 2% max +2"* +1"* +0"* " 7 (-1"*) (-2"*) (-2"*) 2 % m a x (-1/2"*) potential conflict +7-5/8"* w/ H.R. (+ 6-1/2"*) 5"* 6"* +1-5/8" p u p m a r ) p e t s o n ( % 5 r o p m a r % 5 2 . 8 i g n d n a l % 2 o t , k l a w +1-5/8" 323 R O N N B A S Q U E T T E architect 1802 East Side Drive Austin, Texas 78704 tel: 512.912.8525 TX. REG. 9703 Ronn @ Ronn Basquette.com www.Ronn Basquette Architect.com DRAFT NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMITTING & CONSTRUCTION SIGNED & SEALED 07.29.2020 WRITTEN DIMENSIONS ON THESE DRAWINGS SHALL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER SCALED DIMENSIONS. CONTRACTORS SHALL VERIFY AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DIMENSIONS ON THIS JOB, AND THIS OFFICE SHALL BE NOTIFIED OF ANY VARIATIONS FROM THE DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS SHOWN BY THESE DRAWINGS, PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF THEIR WORK. SHOP DETAILS SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THIS OFFICE FOR APPROVAL PRIOR TO FABRICATION. THESE DRAWINGS AND THEIR CONTENT ARE AND SHALL REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF RONN BASQUETTE ARCHITECT WHETHER THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY ARE MADE IS EXECUTED OR NOT. THEY ARE NOT TO BE USED BY ANY PERSONS ON OTHER PROJECTS OR EXTENSIONS TO THIS PROJECT EXCEPT BY AGREEMENT IN WRITING AND WITH APPROPRIATE COMPENSATION TO THE ARCHITECT. SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED. © Ronn Basquette Architect 2020 - all rights reserved Dedicated Vestibule Option PARTIAL FIRST FLOOR PLAN 4 NOT TO SCALE some facade work required for new exit door PLAN NORTH PLAN NORTH t h N o r T r u e Shared Vestibule Option PARTIAL FIRST FLOOR PLAN 3 NOT TO SCALE PLAN NORTH PLAN NORTH t h N o r T r u e - / + ' 5 . 7 x % 2 e m u s s a +0'-0" 484.17' - / + ' 5 . 7 x % 2 e m u s …

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A.3 - 602 Highland Ave - Plans original pdf

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Historic Review Application For Office Use Only Date of Submission:__________________________ Plan Review #: ______________________________ Property Address: _____________________________________________________________________ Historic Landmark Historic District (Local) National Register Historic District Historic Landmark or Historic District Name:______________________________________________________________________________________________ Applicant Name: _______________________________ Phone #: ______________________ Email: ______________________________ Applicant Address: _______________________________ City: _______________________ __ State: ________________ Zip: __________ Please describe all proposed exterior work with location and materials. If you need more space, attach an additional sheet. PROPOSED WORK LOCATION OF PROPOSED WORK PROPOSED MATERIAL(S) 1) 2) 3) Submittal Requirements 1. One set of dimensioned building plans. Plans must: a) specify materials and finishes to be used, and b) show existing and proposed conditions for alterations and additions. Site Plan Elevations Floor Plan Roof Plan 2. Color photographs of building and site: Elevation(s) proposed to be modified Detailed view of each area proposed to be modified Any changes to these plans must be reviewed and approved by the Historic Preservation Office and/or Historic Landmark Commission. Applicant Signature: ___________________________________________ Date: ____________________________ SUBJECT PROPERTY IS ONE LOT IN FROM W 6TH STREET WITH A COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TO THE SOUTH AND REAR, AND A SINGLE FAMILY PROPERTY TO THE NORTH. PROPERTY WAS CONDO'D INTO A FRONT AND REAR UNIT. UNIT 1 REPRESENTS SUBJECT PROPERTY. UNIT 2 IS A FUTURE CONSTRUCTION NOT YET PERMITTED. SHADED AREA REPRESENTS EXISTING OR PERMITTED CONDITION FUTURE UNIT 2 EXISTING FOOTPRINT . m o c t i a r t n g s e d w w w i . | 3 7 0 0 2 4 5 2 1 5 (cid:67)(cid:76)(cid:73)(cid:69)(cid:78)(cid:84) (cid:65)(cid:82)(cid:67)(cid:72)(cid:73)(cid:84)(cid:69)(cid:67)(cid:84) (cid:83)(cid:84)(cid:82)(cid:85)(cid:67)(cid:84)(cid:85)(cid:82)(cid:65)(cid:76)(cid:32)(cid:69)(cid:78)(cid:71)(cid:73)(cid:78)(cid:69)(cid:69)(cid:82) SHADED AREA REPRESENTS EXISTING OR PERMITTED CONDITION COVER SHEET A0.0 . m o c t i a r t n g s e d w w w i . | 3 7 0 0 2 4 5 2 1 5 COVER SHEET A0.0 Partial west elevation (rear) portion of wall and roof to be demolished Partial west elevation (rear) Partial south elevation portion of eave and roof to be demolished Partial south elevation August 21, 2020 602 Highland Ave. Demolition photos

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A1 - 1805 E. 3rd St - Plans original pdf

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GENERAL CONDITIONS. NOTES REGARDING SPECIFIC PORTIONS OF THE WORK. NOTES REGARDING SPECIFIC PORTIONS OF THE WORK (continued). NOTES REGARDING SPECIFIC PORTIONS OF THE WORK (continued). The Architect is not an inspector and is not liable for the General Contractor's failure to execute the The General Contractor and his/her subcontractors are responsible for the final design of the HVAC, Should the Owner request changes to the contract documents, the General Contractor is responsible The General Contractor may not revise or modify the contract documents, in whole or in part, without The General Contractor is responsible for the provision of minor details and appurtenances not shown 1. These documents comprise a portion of a contract between the Owner and the General Contractor. No contract is implied or stated between the Owner and any other party, nor between the Architect and any party. 2. No set of contract documents is able to contain all the information required to construct a project. Interpretation by the General Contractor is required. By use of these documents, both the Owner and the General Contractor assent to this understanding of the nature of contract documents. 3. in the contract documents. 4. plumbing, and electrical systems. 5. the prior approval of the Owner. Consultation with the Architect beforehand is strongly recommended. 6. The General Contractor may not modify the plans, elevations, or site plan shown in the contract documents without obtaining Architect consultation and Owner approval beforehand. 7. for ensuring that the changes do not result in a built condition that does not comply with codes and/or regulations. Consultation with the Architect and/or an Inspector is highly recommended. 8. Work in accordance with the contract documents and/or in conformance with any and/or all applicable codes, laws, statutes and regulations. 9. and/or rejected by the Architect, the Owner, and/or any Inspector (municipal or third-party). The Owner alone reserves the right to accept work judged substandard by either the Architect or the Owner. Should the Owner elect to accept substandard work, the Owner reserves the right to request monetary credit and/or a reduction in the contract sum. 10. any reasonable time without prior notice. If the project site, in part or as a whole, is locked or otherwise secured, the Architect shall coordinate with the General Contractor to gain access. Neither the Owner nor the General Contractor shall be held liable for the consequences of the Architect's presence onsite unless said …

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2502 Park View Drive - rendering of proposed rehab original pdf

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CLERESTORY INSULATED GLAZING METAL ROOF STANDING SEAM OVER MEMBRANE, 2x8 RAFTER W/ SPRAY FOAM INSULATION ROOF EXPOSED RAKE BEAMS PAINTED WALL PLATE RAISED +/-24" STOREFRONT GLASS WINDOWS - ALUM. MILL FINISH WALL SYSTEM (EFCO OR KAWNEER) NEW SMOOTH WALL PANELS (HPL OR FIBER CEMENT SMOOTH FINISH) 2-CAR CARPORT W/ NEW PAINTED COLUMNS PERFORATED BRICK WALL - DECORATIVE SCREEN BRICK WALL WITH PAINTED FLUSH PANEL DOORS Cedar & Oak 2502 Park View Drive Austin, TX .exist 4 Sept. 14, 2020 1 OF 2 .Historic Front at Side 2 .exist 4 . L A V O R P P A Y R O T A L U G E R R O G N T T M R E P I I , I N O T C U R T S N O C R O F T O N I A A , I T T W L T T O C S I E R U T C E T H C R A T T W I , 9 1 0 2 T H G R Y P O C I c

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A.7 - 416 w 12th St_Applicant's presentation original pdf

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NEIGHBORHOOD CONTEXT CLARKSVILLE 1 12TH SSTREET 12TH STREET SITE SSSITE WEST WEST ENDEND END CAPITOL CAPITOLTOL CAPITPIT T E E R T S S O O I I N N O O T T N N A A N N A A S S CENTRAL EAST AUSTIN LADY BIRD LAKE SECOND STREET DISTRICT 1 HISTORIC REVIEW | AUSTIN,TX | BLOCK 150 | 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 | 0 9 - 1 6 - 2 0 2 0 INFORMATION Registered in the National Register of Historical Places for: Example of Postwar Modern Design. Recognition of the significance of Delta Kappa Gamma. Identified as a locally significant structure contributing to the areas of education and architecture. 2 HISTORIC REVIEW | AUSTIN,TX | BLOCK 150 | 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 | 0 9 - 1 6 - 2 0 2 0 VISIONING: COMMEMORATING MODERN DESIGN & DKG 3 HISTORIC REVIEW | AUSTIN,TX | BLOCK 150 | 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 | 0 9 - 1 6 - 2 0 2 0 PRELIMINARY SITE PLAN + 532’-0” VAULT 850 SF + 525’-0” + 527’-0” T E E R T S I O N O T N A N A S + 527’-0” RESIDENTIAL LOBBY 1,600 SF H S A R T LOADING + 540’-0” + 525’-0” N GROUND FLOOR 17,028 GSF 1,500 SF TERRACE 3,240 SF AMENITY COMMEMORATIVE SPACE AMENITY 3,240 SF + 531’-0” + 538’-0” + 542’-0” 12TH STREET T E E R T S E P U L A D A U G 4 HISTORIC REVIEW | AUSTIN,TX | BLOCK 150 | 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 | 0 9 - 1 6 - 2 0 2 0 SOUTH GROUND FLOOR ELEVATION COMMEMORATIVE SPACES 5 HISTORIC REVIEW | AUSTIN,TX | BLOCK 150 | 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 | 0 9 - 1 6 - 2 0 2 0 PROPOSED PROJECT 357’-3” 335’-3” ROOF AMENITY DECK (cid:5) (cid:19) (cid:16) (cid:10) (cid:27) (cid:24) (cid:20) PODIUM AMENITY DECK COMMEMORATIVE SPACES (cid:40) (cid:20)(cid:19)(cid:22)(cid:10)(cid:16)(cid:19)(cid:5) 6 HISTORIC REVIEW | AUSTIN,TX | BLOCK 150 | 2 0 2 0 0 3 3 | 0 9 - 1 6 - 2 0 2 0

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Aug. 31, 2020

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Special Meeting of the Preservation Plan Committee A Committee of the Historic Landmark Commission August 31, 2020, 3:00 p.m. Versión en español a continuación. Preservation Plan Committee meeting to be held August 31, 2020, with social distancing modifications Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in‐person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (Sunday, August 30, by noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the August 31, 2020 Preservation Plan Committee meeting, residents must: •Call or email the board liaison at (512) 974‐1446 or cara.bertron@austintexas.gov no later than noon on Sunday, August 30. 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 on the day of the meeting that provides the telephone number to call. •Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start in order to speak (by 2:45 p.m.). 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 cara.bertron@austintexas.gov by noon the day before the scheduled meeting (Sunday, August 30). This information will be provided to committee members in advance of the meeting. •The meeting will be audio recorded but not broadcast live. Reunión Especial del Comité del Plan de la Preservación Histórica Un Comité de la Comisión de Sitios Históricos 31 de agosto, 2020, 3:00 p.m. La junta se llevará con modificaciones de distanciamiento social Se permitirán comentarios públicos por teléfono; no se permitirá ninguna entrada en persona. Todos los oradores deben registrarse con anticipación (30 de agosto, 2020, antes del mediodía). Todos los comentarios públicos se producirán al comienzo de la reunión. Para hablar de forma remota en la reunión, los residentes deben: • Llame o envíe un correo electrónico al enlace de la junta en (512) 974‐1446 or cara.bertron@austintexas.gov a más tardar al mediodía de 30 de agosto. La información requerida es el nombre del orador, los números de artículo sobre los que desean hablar, si están a favor / en contra / neutrales, y un número de teléfono o dirección de correo electrónico. • …

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2.b - Draft framework for equity preservation plan original pdf

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Equity-Based Preservation Plan: A Framework DRAFT 8/27/2020 Goals • • Increase awareness of historic preservation, historic resources, and available tools Identify new and existing tools for addressing and meeting community, Commission, and staff goals • Build consensus around community goals and vision for historic preservation • Ensure all voices are heard • Connect historic preservation with other priorities: equity, affordability, sustainability, anti- displacement, cultural/living heritage, etc. • Build the capacity of racially, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse community members to identify, appreciate, and preserve historic resources • Build and deepen partnerships with allied organizations, institutions, and community groups • Lay the groundwork for modernizing the preservation ordinance Stakeholders 1. Community task force o Should be paid (if not compensated through job) o Should cover relevant areas of expertise o Should be representative: geographic, racial, cultural, socioeconomic o Should have real power. HLC-requested and Council-appointed? o Should be an opportunity to build capacity and develop long-term partnerships 2. Professional facilitator 3. Historic Preservation Office staff o Convene and connect o Provide research support o Build partnerships for ongoing work Process Phase 1 (propose for CLG grant funding) 1. Define what preservation plan will cover (facilitator, staff, task force) 2. Compile materials on current policies, programs, processes, and resources—map for easier 3. Collect data on landmark database, maps, surveyed properties: #s, representation, impact (?) understanding by laypeople (staff) (staff) 4. Determine what else needs to be known to have an informed conversation (task force, staff) o Research good practices (staff) o Collect additional data as necessary (staff) o Work with Preservation Austin and EDD/Heritage Tourism plan to dovetail with their planned outreach 5. Draft statement of priorities and challenges (task force, staff) o Drafted by subcommittees? 6. Budget: $25-30k for facilitator and task force compensation, matched by staff time and task force member time if compensated by job 1 Phase 2 (funding TBD) 1. Substantial community outreach o Ask people what heritage is important to them o Educate about current historic preservation resources, tools, and policies o Get feedback on potential priorities and challenges as defined by task force o Leverage task force relationships o What are the best ways to reach people? Be open to new/innovative/traditional engagement methods o Work through community and institutional partners o Focus groups, surveys, 1-on-1 conversations, more! 2. Complete additional analysis 3. Reconvene task force to consider community feedback 4. Finalize plan 2

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Historic Landmark Commission Applications under Review for August 24, 2020 Meeting This list does not constitute a formal agenda and is subject to change. A final agenda will be posted at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. The Historic Landmark Commission meeting will be held with social distancing modifications. Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers (applicants included) must register to speak in advance no later than Sunday, August 23 by noon. All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To register, applicants and community members must: • • Email or call the board liaison at preservation@austintexas.gov or (512) 974-1264 no later than noon on Sunday, August 23. The information required is the speaker name; item number(s) they wish to speak on; whether they are for, against, or neutral; and a telephone number or email address. People who have submitted a request to speak will receive either an email or a phone call on the day of the meeting, which will provide the telephone number to call. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to preservation@austintexas.gov no later than noon on Sunday, August 23. This information will be provided to commissioners in advance of the meeting. Historic Zoning applications Address/description Item A.1 2502 Park View Drive (HDP-2020-0214) – Commission-initiated historic zoning case A.2 A.3 1154 Lydia Street (TBD) – Owner’s application for historic zoning (completion of processing of old case) 1607 W. 10th Street (TBD) – Owner’s application for historic zoning Certificate of Appropriateness applications Item B.1 Address/description 611 W. 22nd Street (C14H-1981-0018) – Construct a new exterior staircase and modifications to the south elevation of the house 1415 Lavaca Street (C14H-1996-0003) – Construct a multi-story addition (postponed from July 27, 2020) 1406 Enfield Road (C14H-2009-0058) – Make modifications to the rear of the house (postponed from July 27, 2020) 809 E. 9th Street (C14H-2011-0002) – Construct a mid-rise building adjacent to the historic structure (postponed from July 27, 2020) 710 E. 41st Street (C14H-2013-0040) – Erect two freestanding signs 3802 Avenue G (HR-2020-105058) – Construct a 1-story auxiliary dwelling unit at the rear of the property B.2 B.3 B.4 B.5 B.6 National Register District permit applications Item C.1 Address/description 2607 McCallum Drive (NRD-2020-0027) – Demolish a contributing building C.2 C.3 C.4 C.5 3313 Bryker Drive/1705 W. 34th Street (HR-2020-091383) – Demolish a contributing building; construct a …

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B.6 - 3802 Avenue G - Plans original pdf

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ALDRIDGE ARCHITECTURE GIST E E R L E O J R E D AR L. DLA R C H I T E C T I D G E S T 27839 A T E FO SA X E T 2020.03.11 joel.aldridge.architect@gmail.com 512-940-7068 1 5 7 8 7 X T , I N T S U A G . E V A 2 0 8 3 m o T & r e m m u S r o f M O O R C S U M a I issue: PERMIT 2020.03.11 9 3 8 7 2 # E A B T , I E G D R D L A . L L E O J . N O E R E H R A E P P A E T A D D N A , E R U T A N G S I , ' L A E S S T C E T I H C R A S S E L N U S E S O P R U P N O I T C U R T S N O C R O T I M R E P R O F T O N . I W E V E R M R E T N I I R O F S I I S H T . I I I S N O I T A C F C E P S D N A S G N W A R D H T O B F O T S S N O C S T N E M U C O D N O I T C U R T S N O C I @ AC ADJ AFF AFG ALT ALUM ANOD APPROX ARCH ATTN AV BLDG BLKG BM BO BOT CAB CL CLG CLR CNTR CONC CONT CPT CTR DBL DEMO AT AIR CONDITIONING ADJACENT ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR ABOVE FINISHED GRADE ALTERNATE ALUMINUM ANODIZED APPROXIMATE ARCHITECTURAL ATTENTION AUDIOVISUAL BUILDING BLOCKING BEAM BOTTOM OF BOTTOM CABINET CENTERLINE CEILING CLEAR COUNTER CONCRETE CONTINUOUS CARPET CENTER DOUBLE DEMOLISH OR DEMOLITION DIM(S) DN DRN DS DTL DW DWG CMU EA ELEC ELEV EP EQ EQUIP EXH EXIST EXT FA FD FLR FND FO FT FTG GA GALV GC GLS DIMENSION(S) DOWN DRAIN DOWNSPOUT DETAIL DISHWASHER DRAWING CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT EACH ELECTRICAL ELEVATION ELECTRICAL PANEL EQUAL EQUIPMENT EXHAUST EXISTING EXTERIOR FIRE ALARM FLOOR …

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B.6 - HR-2020-105058 - 3802 Avenue G original pdf

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B.6 - 1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS AUGUST 24, 2020 HR-2020-105058 3802 AVENUE G HYDE PARK HISTORIC DISTRICT PROPOSAL Construct a 1-story accessory building at the rear of a contributing property. ARCHITECTURE One-story, irregular-plan house with a side-gabled roof, stone cladding, multi-lite steel-sash windows, and a stone-clad chimney. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS One-story, L-plan building with a cross-gabled roof, vertical wood cladding, and fixed metal- sash windows. The building has a footprint of 1,188 square feet, plus a 467-square foot wood deck STANDARDS FOR REVIEW The property is contributing to the Hyde Park Historic District. The following requirements from the historic district design standards apply to the proposed project: Residential New Construction: Garage Apartments/Secondary Units 5.10.1 Design new secondary units to respect the traditional patterns of Hyde Park in determining the location of the building and access to parking. The proposed building is located at the rear of the principal building, similar to other accessory buildings in the district. The project meets this standard. 5.10.2 Design new secondary units and garage apartments to complement the form, massing, materials, scale, character elements, and fenestration patterns of the primary structure. The proposed building has a simple form and massing, one-story scale, wood cladding, and pared-down design. The fenestration proportions are different from those of the principal building, but they are compatible with the accessory building’s modern design. The proposed building’s rear location will minimize visibility and fenestration comparisons with the principal building. The project largely meets this standard. The project meets the applicable standards. COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS Not reviewed. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Approve the plans. LOCATION MAP B.6 - 2 PROPERTY INFORMATION Photos B.6 - 3 Primary (east) wall of 3802 Avenue G. Source: Google Street View, March 2019.

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C.1-NRD-2020-0027-2607McCallumDr.pdf original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICTS AUGUST 24, 2020 NRD-2020-0027 2607 MCCALLUM DRIVE OLD WEST AUSTIN NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICT C.1 - 1 PROPOSAL Demolish a ca. 1941 contributing house. ARCHITECTURE Two-story house with stone veneer and horizontal wood siding. The two-story main house has a side-gabled roof clad in composition shingles, while the single-story southernmost bay features a front gable. The house has 6:6 single windows, mulled 4:4 and 8:8 windows, and second-floor windows obscured by louvered shutters. The second floor central bay features a shallow balcony with turned posts and a French door. RESEARCH The house at 2607 McCallum Drive was built for Joseph McElroy Alexander, an office supply salesman with the Steck Company, and his wife Mildred. The Alexanders and their children lived in the home until at least 1952; by 1955, it had been sold to oilman Robert M. Payne and his wife Mary J. Payne, a dedicated United Fund volunteer. STAFF COMMENTS The house contributes to the Old West Austin National Register District. New construction plans will require Historic Landmark Commission review when submitted. Designation Criteria—Historic Landmark 1) The building is more than 50 years old. 2) The building appears to retain moderate integrity. 3) Properties must meet two historic designation criteria for landmark designation (LDC §25-2- 352). a. Architecture. The house is constructed with Monterrey-style influences. b. Historical association. There do not appear to be significant historical associations. c. Archaeology. The house was not evaluated for its potential to yield significant data concerning the human history or prehistory of the region. d. Community value. The house does not possess a unique location, physical characteristic, or significant feature that contributes to the character, image, or cultural identity of the city, the neighborhood, or a particular demographic group. e. Landscape feature. The property is not a significant natural or designed landscape with artistic, aesthetic, cultural, or historical value to the city. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Comment on and release the permit upon completion of a City of Austin Documentation Package, consisting of photographs of all elevations, a dimensioned sketch plan, and a narrative history, for archiving at the Austin History Center. Alternately, the Commission may choose to initiate a 180-day demolition delay, as the building contributes to a National Register District. LOCATION MAP C.1 - 2 PROPERTY INFORMATION Photos C.1 - 3 Source: Google Street View C.1 - 4 Occupancy History City Directory Research, July 2020 Note: …

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C.2-HR-20-091383-3313 BrykerDr-PLANS.pdf original pdf

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C.2-HR-20-091383-3313BrykerDr.pdf original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICTS AUGUST 24, 2020 HR-2020-091383 3313 BRYKER DRIVE/1705 W. 34TH STREET OLD WEST AUSTIN NATIONAL REGISTER DISTRICT C.25 - 1 PROPOSAL Demolish a contributing ca. 1941-42 duplex and construct a new building. ARCHITECTURE The existing duplex is composed of two parts: 3313 Bryker Drive and 1705 W. 34th Street. The W. 34th Street building was constructed first; it is a side-gabled frame dwelling with gabled entryway, shallow eaves, and 6:6 wood windows. The Bryker Drive addition has a hipped roof, a partial- width covered porch, a gabled addition, and 6:6 and 1:1 wood windows. Both halves of the single- story duplex have horizontal wood siding and composition shingle roofs. A series of additions dating from the 1940s and ’50s abuts the duplex’s rear elevation. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Demolish existing duplex. 2) Construct a new two-story residence. The proposed new building faces Bryker Drive. It is clad in vertical wood siding and capped by a compound roof with composition shingles and exposed rafter tails. Its fenestration pattern and window sizes are irregular, with undivided clad wood casement windows and sliding glass doors. Its main elevation contains a covered front porch and horizontal-paneled garage door. The north elevation at W. 34th Street features a partial- width screened porch and stucco-clad chimney, as well as a pool. The building’s front wall is set back 20 feet from Bryker Drive and approximately 15 feet from the W. 34th Street utility easement, with the pool’s closest corner just over 11 feet from the W. 34th easement. RESEARCH The duplex at 3313 Bryker Drive and 1705 W. 34th Street was built in two phases in 1941 and 1942. During the historic period, both addresses were primarily owned by Alice T. D. Branyon, a clerical supervisor with the Texas Employment Commission. She was twice widowed; after the death of her first husband in 1941, she lived in the 3313 Bryker half of the duplex until 1947, when she moved into the 1705 W. 34th Street half. Upon her marriage to Roy J. Branyon, the couple moved out. After Roy Branyon’s 1958 death, Alice Branyon moved back into 1705 W. 34th Street. Branyon’s daughter and son-in-law, Jeanne and Lee R. Maulding, occupied the Bryker Drive half of the duplex from 1947 to at least 1959. Lee Maulding was a National Guardsman and WWII veteran working at Camp Mabry. In 1949, Maulding’s …

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C.4 - 3211 Oakmont Blvd - Plans original pdf

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C.4 - 3211 Oakmont Blvd - Revised Elevations original pdf

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