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Preservation Plan Committee Meeting - Meeting will be held at the Windsor Park Branch Library, 5833 Westminster Drive
Feb. 21, 2024

1 - Paramount Theatre photos original pdf

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1 - Paramount; Exterior Balcony Doors & Transoms Replacement; Scope of Work; 2.21.24 original pdf

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Paramount Theatre Exterior Balcony Doors & Transoms Replacement; Scope of Work ARC Review; February 21, 2024 SCOPE: phase 1 The following is the proposed work for the fabrication of the Paramount Theater balcony doors and transom windows. All work will be fabricated off site.. All exposed exterior woodwork has been estimated in genuine (South American/Central American) mahogany with interior woodwork fabricated from poplar or equivalent. Work will be assembled with traditional joinery, water resistant glue, and rust resistant fasteners. All work will be completed unpainted, sanded, and ready for finishing. Doors and windows will be joined with mortise-and-tenon joints and glued. Part sizes and glass openings will be matched to original work. Exact match ogee profiles with custom tooling for doors and window profiles. All window jambs are box pulley stile jambs for masonry walls (as original) and include necessary operating hardware. All details to match the existing. Windows are not currently weatherstripped and is included in construction to increase thermal protection.. Door jambs are rabbeted and shop assembled into units with central double doors and flanking single doors joined by mullions. Bronze interlocking thresholds will be provided for field installation. All casing and trim, interior and exterior is included. The frieze between the doors and transom will be shop assembled and includes the pediment with finial. The pediment has been submitted in wood. Shop drawings will be provided for all work. All doors and windows will be putty glazed with 1/8” clear glass, doors to receive safety glazing and windows and transoms annealed. 1. Jambs for three four door units consisting of a central hinged pair of doors flanked on either side by a single hinged door. Size is a nominal 2-0 x 7-3 x 2-1/4” 12 light French door. 2. Frieze and cornice for top of above door units consisting of all flat work, moldings, corbels with the exception of the sheet metal pediment with finale located above the central pair of doors in each unit. All moldings and flat woodwork for the interior side of same. 3. Jambs for three transom units consisting of two rows of three openings fitted with 1-3/4” sash to matching existing conditions. Lower middle four light sash to be operable. 4. Three pediments with finials to match existing sheet metal pediments will be fabricated out of wood. . Scope: phase 2 Removal and disposal of existing balcony doors and windows. Installation of …

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2802 Pearce Rd - letter from owner original pdf

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4 - State Theater photos original pdf

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4 - State Theater; Blade Replica; Scope of Work; 2.21.24 original pdf

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STATE THEATER BLADE REPLICA ARC REVIEW; 2.21.24 SCOPE: phase 1 The following is the proposed work for the fabrication of a replication of the State Theater blade sign. The product includes a solid- state programmable flasher/speller to control the lighting. Several light shows can be pre-programmed, and it has the capability to update these light shows as desired. The base cost includes using upgraded LED lighting. All fabrication of the blade will be from steel angle structure and steel/aluminum sheet material. All finishes are acrylic polyurethane (automotive grade). All electrical will be per NEC code and all products are UL recognized. This includes UL 2161 compliant transformers, which require internal ground faulting. The blade sign will be fabricated to install on support structure points on the building prepared for it by engineer. SCOPE: phase 2 Preparation of steel sign support structure, removal of existing sign, and installation of newly built State Theater blade sign. Structural engineers will determine building support system specifications for steel support structure fabrication. Crane service for structural material rooftop staging and sign installation will be provided. All electrical connections tied into building will be made and secured in watertight connections.

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8 - 24_02.19 Spence Specs original pdf

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SPENCE SPEC & ADU 1008 Spence St Austin TX 78702 2/19/24 | SD Plan Review Z R C 2 / 1 Z R C 4 / 1 A E E R T N A C E P " 1 4 18'-3" 5 T 3 T 4 T K C A B T E S D R A Y R A E R ' 5 K C A B T E S E N I L R E W O P " 6 - ' 7 ' . 0 0 7 4 E " 2 5 3 0 ° 0 7 S ' ) . . W O . R ' 0 2 Y E L L A ( E L O P R E W O P G N I T S X E I 0 0 1 0 0 1 5' SIDE YARD SETBACK N 20°00'00" E 129.90' (130.10') S 20°25'01" W 129.48' 2 T 5' SIDE YARD SETBACK 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 R E T E M R E T A W G N I T S X E I T E E R T S E C N E P S 9 9 ) T A L P R E P , W O R ' 0 5 ( T E L N I ' 6 0 . 6 4 W ' " 1 1 6 3 ° 0 7 N 1 T K C A B T E S D R A Y T N O R F ' 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 SCALE: 3/32" -1'-0" N CAUTION: DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS THESE DRAWINGS ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE ARCHITECT AND MAY ONLY BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS PROJECT. SET ISSUE DRAWN BY PROJECT 2/19/24 | SD Plan Review bn SPENCE SPEC & ADU 1008 Spence St Austin TX 78702 DRAWING TITLE SITE PLAN CL BEDROOM 1 13'-0"x12'-0" WC MLWK L BATH 1 8'-6"x9'-7" CLOSET 6'-4"x8'-5" DW W/D UTILITY 6'-0"x6'-0" BEDROOM 2 11'-0"x11'-3" W I E V Y T I C BEDROOM 3 11'-6"x12'-5" CL BATH 1 6'-0"x12'-5" N D K C A B T E S D R A Y E D S ' 5 I LIVING 21'-0"x16'-0" T2 K C A B T E S D R A Y E D S ' 5 I W I E V Y T I C PATIO …

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Feb. 13, 2024

Voices in Preservation: Community Kickoff for the Equity-Based Preservation Plan original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION Community Interest Announcement Voices in Preservation Community Kickoff for the Equity-Based Preservation Plan Tuesday, February 13, 2024 – 6:30 P.M. King-Seabrook Chapel Huston-Tillotson University 900 Chicon Street Austin, Texas A quorum of commission members may be present. No action will be taken. For more information, please contact: cara.bertron@austintexas.gov Cara Bertron 512-974-1446 1

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Preview List original pdf

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Historic Landmark Commission Applications under Review for December 13, 2023 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. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, email preservation@austintexas.gov or call Sam Fahnestock at (512) 974-3393. Briefings 2. Equity-Based Preservation Plan Historic zoning applications 3. 1201 E. 7th Street – Commission-initiated historic zoning Heritage Grant application projects 421 E 6th Street – Paggi Carriage Shop – Roof improvements. 412 Congress Avenue – Kreisle Building – Roof improvements. Historic landmark and historic district applications 402 W 12th Street – A.O. Watson House – Addition/remodel. 1211 San Bernard Street – Giese-Stark Store – Renovation/remodel. 1209 Rosewood Avenue – Haynes-Delashwah House – Landscape work. 509 E 6th Street – Risher-Roach Building A – Rehabilitation/repair. 511 E 6th Street – Risher-Roach Building B – Rehabilitation/repair. 2506 Givens Avenue – Rogers-Washington-Holy Cross Local Historic District – Addition/remodel. 1010 Harwood Place – Travis Heights-Fairview Park National Register Historic District – Demolition/new construction. 402 Lockhart Drive – Travis Heights-Fairview Park National Register Historic District – Partial demolition. National Register district permit applications 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 20. 21. 1409 Alta Vista Avenue – Travis Heights-Fairview Park National Register Historic District – Addition/remodel. 1604 Niles Road – Old West Austin National Register Historic District – Addition/pool/new construction ADU. 500 E 6th Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repair. 513 E 6th Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repair. 514 E 6th Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repaint painted brick, 603 Red River Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repaint/repair. Demolition and relocation permit applications (all total demolitions unless otherwise noted) 2802 Pearce Road 1206 E 13th Street – Partial demolition. 1403 Elton Lane 508 El Paso Street 711 W Monroe Street 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

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Preview List CORRECTED original pdf

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CORRECTED Historic Landmark Commission Applications under Review for February 7th, 2024 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. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, email preservation@austintexas.gov or call Sam Fahnestock at (512) 974-3393. Briefings 2. Equity-Based Preservation Plan Historic zoning applications 3. 1201 E. 7th Street – Commission-initiated historic zoning 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Heritage Grant application projects 421 E 6th Street – Paggi Carriage Shop – Roof improvements. 412 Congress Avenue – Kreisle Building – Roof improvements. Historic landmark and historic district applications 402 W 12th Street – A.O. Watson House – Addition/remodel. 1211 San Bernard Street – Giese-Stark Store – Renovation/remodel. 1209 Rosewood Avenue – Haynes-Delashwah House – Landscape work. 509 E 6th Street – Risher-Roach Building A – Rehabilitation/repair. 511 E 6th Street – Risher-Roach Building B – Rehabilitation/repair. 2506 Givens Avenue – Rogers-Washington-Holy Cross Local Historic District – Addition/remodel. National Register district permit applications 20. 1010 Harwood Place – Travis Heights-Fairview Park National Register Historic District – Demolition/new construction. 402 Lockhart Drive – Travis Heights-Fairview Park National Register Historic District – Partial demolition. 1409 Alta Vista Avenue – Travis Heights-Fairview Park National Register Historic District – Addition/remodel. 1604 Niles Road – Old West Austin National Register Historic District – Addition/pool/new construction ADU. 500 E 6th Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repair. 513 E 6th Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repair. 514 E 6th Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repaint painted brick, 603 Red River Street – Sixth Street National Register Historic District – Remodel/repaint/repair. Demolition and relocation permit applications (all total demolitions unless otherwise noted) 2802 Pearce Road 1206 E 13th Street – Partial demolition. 1403 Elton Lane 508 El Paso Street 711 W Monroe Street 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

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02.07.2024 HLC Agenda original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION WEDNESDAY, February 7th, 2024 – 6:00 PM City Hall – Council Chambers 301 W. 2nd Street Austin, TX 78701 Some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. The meeting may be viewed online at: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, email preservation@austintexas.gov or call Sam Fahnestock at (512) 974-3393. COMMISSION MEMBERS: Ben Heimsath, Chair Witt Featherston, Vice Chair Kevin Koch Carl Larosche Trey McWhorter Harmony Grogan Jaime Alvarez Roxanne Evans Raymond Castillo JuanRaymon Rubio Tara Dudley AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first (10) speakers who register to speak no later than noon the day before the meeting will be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. December 13, 2023 – Offered for consent approval. 2. January 10, 2024 – Offered for consent approval. 1 BRIEFINGS 3. Presentation on the Equity-Based Preservation Plan Presenter: Cara Bertron PUBLIC HEARINGS/DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION Historic Zoning Applications 4. C14H-2023-0136 – 1201 E 7th St. Green & White Grocery Council District 3 Proposal: Commission-initiated historic zoning. Applicant: Historic Landmark Commission City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends the proposed zoning change from transit- oriented development-neighborhood plan (TOD-NP) to transit-oriented development- neighborhood plan-historic landmark (TOD-H-NP) combining district zoning. Heritage Grant Applications 5. HR-2023-160038 – 421 E 6th St. Paggi Carriage Shop Council District 9 Proposal: Roof improvements. Applicant: Caitlyn Schwab City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Approve Certificates of Appropriateness for all Heritage Grant projects. 6. HR-2023-160051 – 412 Congress Ave. Kreisle Building Council District 9 Proposal: Roof improvements. Applicant: Caitlyn Schwab City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Approve Certificates of Appropriateness for all Heritage Grant projects. Historic Landmark and Local Historic District Applications 7. HR-2023-004371 – 1211 San Bernard St. Giese-Stark Store Council District 1 Proposal: Renovation and remodel. Applicant: François Lévy 2 City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Approve the application. 8. HR-2023-148863 – 1209 Rosewood Ave. Haynes-Delashwah House Council District 1 Proposal: Landscape …

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01.10.2024 Draft Minutes original pdf

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1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION WEDNESDAY, January 10th, 2024 – 6:00 PM Permitting and Development Center – Room 1405 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Drive Austin, TX 78752 Some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. The meeting may be viewed online at: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, email preservation@austintexas.gov or call Sam Fahnestock at (512) 974-3393. COMMISSION MEMBERS: Ben Heimsath, Chair x Witt Featherston, Vice Chair x Kevin Koch x Carl Larosche x Trey McWhorter x Harmony Grogan x x x ab x ab Jaime Alvarez Roxanne Evans Raymond Castillo JuanRaymon Rubio Tara Dudley DRAFT MINUTES CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first (10) speakers who register to speak no later than noon the day before the meeting will be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. December 13, 2023 – Offered for consent approval. MOTION: Postpone the approval of minutes to February 7th, 2024, per passage of the consent postponement agenda, on a motion by Commissioner Featherston. Commissioner Koch seconded the motion. Vote: 9-0. BRIEFINGS 2. Briefing on Heritage Preservation Grant FY24 Recommendations Presenter: Melissa Alvarado CONSENT/CONSENT POSTPONEMENT AGENDA Historic Zoning Applications 3. C14H-2023-0136 – 1201 E 7th St. Green & White Grocery Council District 3 Proposal: Commission-initiated historic zoning. Applicant: Historic Landmark Commission City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends the proposed zoning change from transit- oriented development-neighborhood plan (TOD-NP) to transit-oriented development- neighborhood plan-historic landmark (TOD-H-NP) combining district zoning. MOTION: Postpone the public hearing to February 7th, 2024, per passage of the consent postponement agenda, on a motion by Commissioner Featherston. Commissioner Koch seconded the motion. Vote: 9-0. Item 4 was pulled for discussion. Item 5 was pulled for discussion. Item 6 was pulled for discussion. Heritage Grant Applications 7. C14H-2023-0147 – 1311 E. Cesar Chavez St. Johnson & Johnson Building/House Council District 3 Proposal: Renovation/remodel. Applicant: Jordan Nelson City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Approve the application. MOTION: Approve the application per passage of the consent agenda on a motion …

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10.0 511 E 6th St - Risher-Roach original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS FEBRUARY 7, 2024 HR-2024-005082 RISHER-ROACH BUILDING, PART B 511 EAST 6TH STREET 10 – 1 PROPOSAL Rehabilitate the building and replace the storefront. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Repair and repaint the existing brick façade. 2) Replace the storefront within the existing openings. ARCHITECTURE 511 E. 6th Street is a single-story painted brick structure. The front elevation originally consisted of two arched windows, which have been altered. The original brick cornice detailing remains intact. DESIGN STANDARDS The City of Austin’s Historic Design Standards (March 2021) are based on the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation and are used to evaluate projects at historic landmarks. The following standards apply to the proposed project: Repair and alterations 1. General standards The proposed project does not remove historic fabric from the building and repairs damaged masonry. 4. Exterior walls and trim The proposed project repairs damaged masonry and paints only previously painted brick. 11. Commercial storefronts The proposed storefront replaces only non-original material and appears appropriate in design and configuration. Summary The project meets the applicable standards. COMMITTEE FEEDBACK Explore paint removal options if possible. Consider restoring original arches. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Approve the application. LOCATION MAP 10 – 2

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10.1 - 511 E 6th - drawings-presentation original pdf

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SIXTH STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT REVITALIZATION 511 E 6TH STREE T V I E W F R O M 5 0 0 B L O C K E A S T 6 T H S T R E E T L O O K I N G W E S T A U S T I N H I S T O R Y C E N T E R , c . 1 9 3 7 , A U S T I N , T E X A S H L C R E V I E W | 5 1 1 E 6 T H S T R E E T P R E L I M I N A R Y - N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N | F E B 0 7 , 2 0 2 4 511 E 6th Street 500 BLOCK PROPERTY SUMMARY: ADDRESS: DATE BUILT: 511 E 6TH STREET 1870 HISTORIC DESIGNATION: CoA HISTORIC LANDMARK Risher-Roach 1975 NHRP SURVEY: CONTRIBUTING SIXTH STREET SNAPSHOP RE-SURVEY, 2022: CONTRIBUTING CURRENT USE: CHILLS 360 MAGICAL DESERT BAR . T S S E H C E N E 6TH ST. . T S R E V I R D E R SITE PLAN S S E R G N O C S O Z A R B O T N I C A J N A S SIXTH STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT LEGEND P R O P E R T Y O V E R V I E W CURRENT PHOTOGRAPH (2022) Y T I N I R T E 6 T H S E H C E N R E V I R D E R E N I B A S 5 3 - I H L C R E V I E W | 5 1 1 E 6 T H S T R E E T P R E L I M I N A R Y - N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N | F E B 0 7 , 2 0 2 4 NORTH ELEVATION: EXISTING 2023 PROPOSED NORTH ELEVATION B U I L D I N G C O M P A R I S O N O V E R T I M E H L C …

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11.0 2506 Givens Ave original pdf

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11 – 1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS FEBRUARY 7, 2024 HR-2023-132220 ROGERS-WASHINGTON-HOLY CROSS HISTORIC DISTRICT 2506 GIVENS AVENUE PROPOSAL Remodel and construct an addition to a contributing house. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Convert the carport into a living space, bringing the inset porch wall flush with the front wall of the house and removing the existing porch and carport supports. 2) Demolish covered porch and patio and construct a new deck and patio. 3) Remove the bay windows. Replace windows throughout, changing openings at the façade. 4) Replace roof in-kind. 5) Replace existing vinyl siding with fiber-cement siding, remaining a portion of the stone wainscoting. ARCHITECTURE DESIGN STANDARDS One-story Ranch house with horizontal vinyl siding, an inset porch and integral carport, aluminum windows, and a stone veneer water table. The Rogers-Washington-Holy Cross Design Standards are used to evaluate projects within the historic district. The following standards apply to the proposed project: 1. PROTECTED FAÇADES. Protected facades are defined as the front façade, front 50% of the side facades, and front 75% of the corner side yard façade, as illustrated below. Non-protected facades are the remaining facades of the building. 1.1 Retain and preserve protected facades. 1.2 Do not change the character, appearance, configuration, or materials of protected façades, except to restore buildings to their original appearance. 1.3 Do not add conjectural architectural features (e.g., do not add a front porch to a house that never had one). 1.4 Work to non-protected facades must be appropriate. However, the guidelines recognize that change will occur and that alterations and additions may be required on these non-protected facades. The proposed project alters the character, appearance, configuration, and materials of protected façades. Work on non- protected façades appears mostly appropriate. 4.1 EXTERIOR WALLS 4.1.1 Retain original exterior materials, including siding and trim. Wood and historic masonry and features such as texture, tooling, bonding patterns, and joint treatment are protected and must be retained. 4.1.2 Repair rather than replace original exterior materials. 4.1.3 When replacement of historic original exterior material is necessary due to severe deterioration or damage, the replacement shall match the historic element in appearance, dimension, form, color, reflectivity, finish, and texture. 4.1.4 Do not apply aluminum, vinyl, or other synthetic siding as a replacement for a primary building material. Artificial siding materials have been documented to cause serious, costly, and often irreparable damage to underlying materials and structural …

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11.1 - 2506 Givens - photos original pdf

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11.2 - 2506 Givens - drawings original pdf

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11.a - 2506 Givens Ave - public comment original pdf

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12.0 - 1010 Harwood Pl original pdf

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12 – 1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICTS FEBRUARY 7, 2024 HR-2023-122500; GF-2023-130943 TRAVIS HEIGHTS-FAIRVIEW PARK 1010 HARWOOD PLACE PROPOSAL ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH Demolish a ca. 1935 house and construct a new residence, ADU, and pool. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS The proposed new primary building is two stories, clad in stucco and horizontal siding and capped with a standing seam metal roof. It has a compound roofline and undivided fixed windows of varying proportions placed at irregular intervals throughout. The proposed ADU is two stories in height and constructed to match the main house. It has a rear-facing garage. The original portion of the house at 1010 Harwood Place is one story, with a symmetrical plan and side-gabled roof. Its central stoop is sheltered by a gabled portico with Classical Revival columns and traditional cornice returns. The house has a two-story rear addition and gabled side addition with fireplace, mostly constructed within the period of significance. 1010 Harwood Place was constructed around 1935. Early residents included Hoyt and Jessie Henderson, who rented the property. Hoyt Henderson was the chief operator at the Western Union Telephone Company. The house was sold to C. Morley and Frances Bartholemew, who lived there throughout the 1940s. Morley Bartholemew worked as a salesman and an engineer. During the 1950s, Raymond Williams, who worked for the Western Republic Life Insurance Company, purchased the home. DESIGN STANDARDS The City of Austin’s Historic Design Standards (March 2021) are based on the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation and are used to evaluate projects in National Register districts . The following standards apply to the proposed project: Residential new construction 1. Location The proposed main building is located 25’ from the primary street, and the rear building and garage are located to the rear of the primary building and adjacent to the alley. 2. Orientation The primary building is oriented toward Harwood Place, and the secondary structure toward the alley. 3. Scale, massing, and height Both buildings are larger in scale and taller in height than the surrounding contributing buildings. Their massing does not appear to reflect surrounding contributing buildings’ massing. 4. Proportions The buildings’ proportions do not appear compatible with surrounding contributing buildings’ proportions. 5. Design and style Both buildings are consistent in design and style, but do not reflect the character of the district. 6. Roofs The proposed rooflines are generally more complex than contributing …

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12.1 - 1010 Harwood Pl - drawings original pdf

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EXISTING BRICK WALK TO BE REMOVED EXIST.GAS METER TO BE REMOVED AND RELOCATED R 11"(PECAN) R 5'-6"(1/4 CRZ) R 11'(1/2 CRZ) R 22'(CRZ) P R OP ER T Y L INE 5 FT BUIL D L INE/ SET BA CK 5 2 2 EM GM EX IS T ING 2 ST OR Y R ES ID ENC E TO BE R E M O V E D 5 2 3 K C A B T E S T F 5 2 T E E R T S D O O W R A H ' 0 0 . 0 5 PP ' 0 0 . 3 ' 0 0 . 2 1 ' 0 0 . 3 WM PP EXIST. O.H. LINES TO BE REMOVED AND RELOCATED EXISTING BRICK WALK TO BE REMOVED EXIST. ELEC. METER TO BE REMOVED AND RELOCATED EXISTING COVERED PORCH TO BE REMOVED E N I L Y T R E P O R P CO N EM 5 FT BUIL D L INE/ SET BA CK P R OP ER T Y L INE 5 17 150.00' NE IG HB O R ING P R OP ER T Y R 93/4"(SPANISH ELM) R 4'-107/16"(1/4 CRZ) R 9'-9"(1/2 CRZ) R 19'-6"(CRZ) 150.00' 521 5 2 0 5 18 5 19 EX IS T ING COV ER ED W O O D D E C K TO BE R E M O V E D EX IS T ING W O O D D E C K T O BE R E M O V E D E X IS T ING P O O L T O BE R E M O V E D K C A B T E S T F 0 1 E N I L D L I U B T F 5 ' 0 0 . 0 5 E N I L Y T R E P O R P Y E L L A EX IS T ING CA R P OR T T O BE R E MO V E D K C I R B G N I T S I X E E B O T E V I R D D E V M O E R 5 16 5 15 R 22'(CRZ) R 11'(12 CRZ) R 5'-6"(1/4 CRZ) R 11"(ELM NE IG HB O R ING P R OP ER T Y ID A001 …

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12.13.2023 Draft Minutes original pdf

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1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION WEDNESDAY, December 13, 2023 – 6:00 PM Permitting and Development Center – Room 1405 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Drive Austin, TX 78752 Some members of the Commission may be participating by videoconference. The meeting may be viewed online at: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live. Public comment will be allowed in-person or remotely via telephone. Speakers may only register to speak on an item once either in-person or remotely and will be allowed up to three minutes to provide their comments. Registration no later than noon the day before the meeting is required for remote participation by telephone. To register to speak remotely, email preservation@austintexas.gov or call Sam Fahnestock at (512) 974-3393. COMMISSION MEMBERS: Ben Heimsath, Chair x Witt Featherston, Vice Chair x Kevin Koch x Carl Larosche ab Trey McWhorter x Harmony Grogan x x x x x ab Jaime Alvarez Roxanne Evans Raymond Castillo JuanRaymon Rubio Tara Dudley AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first (10) speakers who register to speak no later than noon the day before the meeting will be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. November 1, 2023 – Offered for consent approval. MOTION: Approve the minutes per passage of the consent agenda, on a motion by Commissioner Featherston. Commissioner McWhorter seconded the motion. Vote: 9-0. BRIEFINGS 2. Heritage Grants Presenter: Melissa Alvarado CONSENT/CONSENT POSTPONEMENT AGENDA Historic Zoning Applications Item 3 was pulled for discussion. Item 4 was pulled for discussion. 5. C14H-2023-0136 – 1201 E 7th St. Green & White Grocery Council District 3 Proposal: Commission-initiated historic zoning. Applicant: Historic Landmark Commission City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends the proposed zoning change from transit- oriented development-neighborhood plan (TOD-NP) to transit-oriented development- neighborhood plan-historic landmark (TOD-H-NP) combining district zoning. MOTION: Postpone the public hearing to January 10th, 2024, per passage of the consent postponement agenda, on a motion by Commissioner Koch. Commissioner Featherston seconded the motion. Vote: 9-0. Item 6 was pulled for discussion. Heritage Grant Applications 7. HR-2023-147049 – 3908 Avenue B Baker School – Landmark Council District 9 Proposal: Restoration/replace windows. Applicant: Tere O’Connell City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Approve Certificates of Appropriateness for the proposed Heritage Grant projects. MOTION: Approve the application in accordance with staff’s recommendation, per passage of the consent agenda, on a motion by Commissioner …

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