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19.1 201 Park Ln - photos and drawings original pdf

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PARK LANE WM WM T139 137.11' S 24° 59' 59" E T140 REMOVE EXISTING WALK LOTS 1 & 2 AND NORTH 35' OF LOT 3 BLOCK 12 A: 8,737 sq ft REMOVE EXISTING PECAN EXISTING SHED TO BE DEMOLISHED T141 EXISTING CARPORT TO BE DEMOLISHED Crepe Myrtle 25'-0" FRONT SETBACK EXISTING ONE STORY FRAME RESIDENCE TO BE DEMOLISHED 1494 SF DEMOLISH EXISTING DECK E " 6 1' 5 4' 0 . 6 1 ° 8 8 1 1 N 1 0'- 0 " R E A R S E T B A C K GM N I C K E R S O N S T R E E T T138 T137 T142 K C A B T E S E D S " 0 - ' 5 I ' 5 4 . 7 2 1 W " 5 5 ' 3 4 ° 5 6 S T144 T143 N These documents are for interim review only and not intended for bidding or construction purposes. R Murray Legge Architect Texas 16791 Issue List Issue ID Issue Name Issued Date TREE TABLE DIA. SPECIES Status TAG NO. Crepe Myrtle T137 T138 T139 T140 T142 T143 T144 17.5 OAK 17.5 OAK 18.5" OAK 22.5" OAK 15.3" OAK 38" 15" 24" OAK PEACAN PECAN Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing Existing SITE LEGEND PROPERTY LINE WATER LINE WASTE WATER LINE GAS LINE OVERHEAD ELECTRIC UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC TO BE DEMOLISHED CO WM GM CLEANOUT WATER METER GAS METER 1 3 7 8 7 X T , n i t s u A , B t i n U e n a L e i l i m E 1 0 7 1 MEP 4 0 7 8 7 , n i t s u A , e n a L k r a P 1 0 2 DATE TITLE PROJECT e r u t c e t i h c r A e g g e L y a r r u M y b j t c e o r P A STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING Fort Structures 2235 E 6th St #105, Austin, TX 78702 (512) 817-9264 e n a L k r a P e s u o H y l i l m a F - e g n S w e N i 10/5/22 Site Plan Existing DRAWING No. AS-100 PROJECT No. 103 1 AS-100 Site Plan Existing Scale: 1/8" …

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11/2/2022 HLC Meeting Agenda original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION WEDNESDAY, November 2, 2022 – 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 Amber Allen at (512) 974-3393. COMMISSION MEMBERS: Terri Myers, Chair Ben Heimsath, Vice Chair Anissa Castillo Witt Featherston Kevin Koch Carl Larosche Harmony Grogan Trey McWhorter Blake Tollett Beth Valenzuela Caroline Wright 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. October 5, 2022 – Offered for consent approval 1 BRIEFINGS 2. Palm District plan Presenter: Mark Walters PUBLIC HEARINGS/DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION Historic Zoning Applications 3. C14H-2022-0139 – 2311 Woodlawn Blvd. – Discussion The Felts-Moss House Council District 10 Proposal: Owner-initiated historic zoning Applicant: John Pieratt City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Recommend historic zoning. Historic Landmark and Local Historic District Applications 4. HR-2022-119336 – 900 Blanco St./1202 W. 9th St./901 Shelley Ave. – Consent Castle Hill Local Historic District Council District 9 Proposal: Addition/remodel (Postponed October 5, 2022) Applicant: Tyler Rush City Staff: Kimberly Collins, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-1801 Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the plans with the following conditions: notes are added to the plans that the carriage house is moved under structural engineer supervision via lifting and rotating the structure, not deconstruction and rebuild; and if there is significant deterioration found resulting in the need for deviance from the approved plans that the case return to the Historic Landmark Commission for approval. 5. HR-2022-122453 – 115 E. 5th St. – Discussion Heierman House Council District 9 Proposal: Addition/demolition/alteration (Postponed October 5, 2022) Applicant: Richard Garrod City Staff: Kimberly Collins, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-1801 Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends that the Commission postpone the application to allow time for the following conditions to be met …

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12.0 - 811 W. Live Oak - Green Acres original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-156155 GREEN ACRES 811 W. LIVE OAK 12.0-1 PROPOSAL PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS Relocation/ demolition and maintenance work to circa 1895 residential property. 1) Relocation and remodel of an existing single-story wood-framed house on the property. House is to be relocated to the site per previous approval on 12/23/2019. Moving house to Northwest corner of the property near Live Oak-repair existing wood siding, replace existing roof with matching asphalt shingles. 2) Demolish the small rear shed-roofed addition. Demolish existing screens and secondary screened porch frames. Demolish existing concrete steps. Location: shed addition (rear);concrete stoop and screens (front) 3) Add a new window to the rear facade; add a new ramp with railing; add a new stair; Replace exterior doors at the front porch (existing doors are not original). ARCHITECTURE Green Pastures was built circa 1895 and designated a local historic landmark in 1979. 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 Demolition and accessibility features on the small rear accessory building are appropriate and do not destroy significant historic fabric or features. 5. Windows, doors, and screens The exterior doors are not original, and the new window is proposed in an existing opening with a compatible style. The proposed design is appropriate. Summary The project meets the applicable standards. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Approve the plans as submitted. LOCATION MAP 12.0-2 PROPERTY INFORMATION Photos 12.0-3 Application, 2022

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12.1 - 811 W Live Oak St - drawings original pdf

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GREEN PASTURES - WHITE HOUSE CONCEPT RENDERING PROJECT TEAM ZONING & CODE ANALYSIS OWNER AC 811 W LIVE OAK, LLC 901 W LIVE OAK STREET AUSTIN, TEXAS 78704 CIVIL ENGINEER CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL COSULTANTS, INC 3711 S. MOPAC EXPRESSWAY, BLDG. 1, STE. 550 AUSTIN, TX 78746 LEGAL DESCRIPTION (FOR ENTIRE PROPERTY UNDER BOULDIN SOUTH EXTENSION & ABS 8 SUR 20 DECKER I ACR 3.429 & VAC ALLEY (Per TCAD) AND LOT 1 BLK H LOMA LINDA (per TCAD) SITEPLAN) LOTS 14 & 1011 BLK 8 & LOT 13 & PT LOT 12 BLK 10 DAVIS & DAWSON & LOTS 89 BLK 10 ARCHITECT CLAYTON KORTE JEFF TRIGGER 512-748-7828 jtrigger@lacorsha.com 2201 N LAMAR BLVD AUSTIN, TEXAS 78705 KRISTEN BROWN 806-773-8648 kristen@claytonkorte.com GENERAL NOTES MARIO CASTILLO 512-439-0400 mcastillo@cecinc.com STRUCTURAL ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS ENGINEER COLLABORATIVE (AEC) 3800 N LAMAR BLVD #330 AUSTIN, TX 78756 KARINA TRIBBLE, PE, LEED AP 512-472-211 x 1007 ktribble@aec.com PARCEL ID ZONING BUILDING CODES 0402030237 SF-3; THIS LAND IS PART OF A LARGER PROPERTY UNDER AN APPROVED SITE PLAN. REFERENCE SITE PLAN # SP-2015-0543C 2021 INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL BUILDING CODE 2021 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE 2021 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE 2020 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE CITY OF AUSTIN AMENDMENTS BUILDING DESCRIPTION EXISTING ONE STORY HOUSE, UNSPRINKLERED, WOOD FRAME BUILDING RESIDENCE. LEGAL JURISDICTION AUSTIN, TEXAS, TRAVIS COUNTY 1. ALL WORK SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES, AND TO INCLUDE ALL REQUIREMENTS OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE OF OTHER AGENCIES HAVING JURISDICTION. 2. EXAMINATION OF THE SITE AND PORTIONS THEREOF THAT AFFECT THIS WORK SHALL BE MADE BY THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR, WHO SHALL COMPARE EXISTING CONDITIONS WITH THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND SATISFY HIM/HERSELF AS TO THE EXISTING CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH WORK IS TO BE PERFORMED. CONTRACTOR SHALL AT SUCH TIME ASCERTAIN AND VERIFY THE LOCATIONS OF EXISTING STRUCTURES. 3. THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS DESCRIBE DESIGN INTENT, AND ARE NOT INTENDED TO BE ALL INCLUSIVE. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MEANS AND METHODS TO PROVIDE COMPLETE OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS AND INSTALLATIONS. NO CLAIMS FOR ADDITIONAL WORK WILL BE AWARDED FOR WORK WHICH IS DESCRIBED IN THESE DOCUMENTS OR WHICH IS REASONABLY INFERABLE FROM THEM. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THOROUGH COORDINATION OF TRADES. ALL CLAIMS FOR ADDITIONAL WORK WILL NOT BE AWARDED FOR ANY AND ALL WORK RELATED TO SUCH COORDINATION. 5. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, ELEVATIONS, AND CONDITIONS AT THE SITE, CONFIRM THAT THE WORK IS BUILDABLE AS SHOWN, AND NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT IN WRITING …

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12.2 - 811 W Live Oak St - previously approved drawings original pdf

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S U P P L E M E N T A L H I S T O R I C S U B M I T T A L | G R E E N P A S T U R E S H O T E L 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 | D E C E M B E R 1 1 , 2 0 1 9 | 1 of 17 811 W. LIVE OAK | AUSTIN, TEXAS 78704 WE ST LIV E OAK ST 6 7 8 9 10 OAK CREST AVE S I T E P L A N | 1 ” = 8 0 ’ G R E E N P A S T U R E S H O T E L 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 | D E C E M B E R 1 1 , 2 0 1 9 | 2 of 17 811 W. LIVE OAK | AUSTIN, TEXAS 78704 E X I S T I N G V I E W F R O M E N T R Y D R I V E L O O K I N G S O U T H | G R E E N P A S T U R E S H O T E L 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 | D E C E M B E R 1 1 , 2 0 1 9 | 3 of 17 811 W. LIVE OAK | AUSTIN, TEXAS 78704 O F F I C E & P O R C H A D D I T I O N - 2 0 1 7 M A I N B U I L D I N G E A S T F A C A D E S O U T H P O R C H R O O F A D D I T I O N - 2 0 1 7 …

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12.a - 811 W Live Oak St - public comment original pdf

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2 - Briefing - Palm District Presentation original pdf

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Palm District Planning Initiative Historic Landmark Commission Briefing November 2, 2022 Content Background and Study Area What We Heard Vision and Scenarios Implementation/Next Steps Background and Study Area Develop a shared vision for a complex, culturally rich, and rapidly transforming part of downtown Austin. 4 5 Resolution 20190523-029 ▪ Palm School Negotiations ▪ Rainey Street District Fund ▪ Fifth Street Mexican American Heritage Corridor ▪ Convention Center Expansion ▪ District Planning Process ▪ Improved Connectivity 6 WE ARE HERE 7 ▪ Create a safe, welcoming ▪ Increase access to housing Equity-Based Goals place history ▪ Preserve and interpret ▪ Enhance educational and cultural assets ▪ Provide economic benefits ▪ Improve mobility and access ▪ Improve access to nature, enhance natural systems, and support an equitable, sustainable, resilient future 8 What We Heard Participants • Visits to SpeakUp Austin! Webpage: 3,600 • Survey Responses: 700+ (3 Surveys) • Visioning Forum Attendees: 150+ • Targeted East Austin Outreach: 75 + (Individuals and Organizations) • AIA Event Participants: 60+ • Interactive Map Responses: 25+ 10 Survey Demographics 11 Visioning Forums 12 Targeted East Austin Engagement: • La Raza Roundtable • Current and Former Elected Officials • Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce • Tejano Democrats • Palm School Alumni • The Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center (ESB-MACC) • La Pena Arts, Inc. • Mexic-Arte • Nuestro Grupo/Academia Cuauhtli • AHMIGA (Latina civic and social networking organization) • Café Con Letras • L.A.C.E. • PODER • Long-time East Austin residents 13 American Institute of Architects Recommendations: 14 Vision and Scenarios VISION The Palm District is a vibrant historic hub of downtown where the past is honored, culture is celebrated, and the future is shaped. Dense transit-oriented development is balanced with history and natural spaces creating physical connections that invite people to move easily to and through the district. The district is a dynamic place, growing and evolving, while actively retaining families and individuals who have traditionally called this place home. Creativity and innovation are cultivated, and people from Austin and beyond are welcome to live, relax, work, play, learn, and connect with others. 16 INCLUSIVE GROWTH Growth in the district will provide a prosperous future for longtime and recent residents and for established and new businesses. 17 CULTURE The district will become a destination that celebrates its multi- cultural heritage. 18 CONNECTION Physical, cultural and social connections will be strengthened within downtown …

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20.0 - 1020 Spence St original pdf

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20 – 1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICTS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-152879 WILLOW-SPENCE 1020 SPENCE STREET PROPOSAL Partially demolish and construct an addition to the rear side of a ca. 1912 contributing building. Construct a garage apartment at rear of lot. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Construct a rear addition two-story addition to the existing one-story house. The addition is connected to the main house by a glass hyphen. It is clad in stack bond brick, stucco, and vertical wood siding. The roofline is mostly flat and clad in TPO, save for a small section of standing-seam metal shed roofing. Fenestration is mostly fixed, undivided, and vertically oriented. 2) Construct a two-story detached garage apartment with alley access at the rear of the lot. Proposed finishes and roofline appear to match the new addition. 3) Replace siding, windows, and roof and move the front door at the main house. Construct an accessible ramp and handrail to the front porch. The proposed window and door replacements modify original openings and window configurations. ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH One-story National Folk house with pyramidal hipped roof, board-and-batten siding, and inset partial-width porch supported by turned posts. Fenestration includes double entry doors and 1:1 wood windows. The 1985 Willow-Spence National Register Historic District nomination describes the house as “a one-story, board-and-batten cottage with a hipped roof and corner porch. Many architectural details are intact, including a Victorian comer-porch column. New elements include a cement foundation, steps, and porch floor.”1 The house at 1020 Spence was constructed around 1912 as a rental property. Its architectural details share many similarities with “Hofheinz houses,” distinctive National Folk houses rented out in East Austin to working-class families during the early years of the twentieth century by Edmund and Oscar Hofheinz. From the East Austin Context Statement (East Austin Historic Resource Survey), Vol. 1, p. I-40: The first two decades of the 1900s were rampant with development throughout the East Austin survey area …residential construction in these new developments reflected evolving trends in domestic designs, as the eclectic tastes of the Victorian era waned and simpler styles and detailing became more widespread. Among the poor and working classes, new house types began to replace more traditional forms. The linear, one‐room‐deep plans that featured gabled roofs…gave way to a new generation of houses with deeper, more box‐like plans and often had hipped or pyramidal roofs with inset porches. The effect …

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20.1 1020 Spence St - drawings original pdf

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GENERAL NOTES THE CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY AND COORDINATE SIZES, LOCATIONS AND "ALIGN" AS USED IN THESE DOCUMENTS SHALL MEAN TO ACCURATELY LOCATE ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES, THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT TO THE OWNER CONFIRMATIONS OF ORDERS, THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND EACH SUBCONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE ALL MATERIALS FURNISHED UNDER THIS CONTRACT SHALL BE NEW UNLESS NOTED THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS TO THE ARCHITECT FOR APPROVAL ALL MEP RELATED ITEMS SHOULD BE REVIEWED BY THE ENGINEER AND MAY BE ADJUSTED CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ADEQUATELY BRACING AND PROTECTING ALL THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CERTIFY SIZE AND LOCATION OF ALL REQUIRED OPENINGS FOR 1. REGULATIONS, ORDINANCES AND STANDARDS, HAVING JURISDICTION, INCLUDING APPLICABLE TEXAS LAW AND AMERICAN'S WITH DISABILITIES ACT. IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONFLICTS CONCERNING COMPLIANCE WITH SUCH CODES, ORDINANCES OR STANDARDS, THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR NOTIFYING THE ARCHITECT BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK IN QUESTION. ALL NECESSARY LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, TESTS, ETC. SHALL BE PROCURED AND PAID FOR BY THE CONTRACTOR. ALL NECESSARY PERMITS SHALL BE PROCURED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND PAID FOR BY OWNER. 2. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING ALL CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, FIELD CONDITIONS AND DIMENSIONS FOR ACCURACY AND CONFIRMING THAT THE WORK IS BUILDABLE AS SHOWN AND MEETS ALL APPLICABLE CODES BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH CONSTRUCTION. IF THERE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THESE OR OTHER COORDINATION ISSUES, THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING A CLARIFICATION FROM THE ARCHITECT BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK IN QUESTION OR RELATED WORK. 3. STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK AND EQUIPMENT WITH TRADES INVOLVED. 4. FOR CHECKING EXISTING CONDITIONS AT THE JOB SITE BEFORE SUBMITTING PROPOSALS. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS SHALL BE TAKEN AS EVIDENCE THAT SUCH INSPECTIONS HAVE BEEN MADE. CLAIMS FOR EXTRA COMPENSATION FOR WORK THAT COULD HAVE BEEN FORESEEN BY SUCH INSPECTION, WHETHER SHOWN ON CONTRACT DOCUMENTS OR NOT, SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED OR PAID. 5. OTHERWISE. ALL WORK SHALL BE GUARANTEED AGAINST DEFECTIVE MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP FOR A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR AFTER THE DATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION OR ACCEPTANCE OF THE WORK. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT HIS OWN EXPENSE WHEN ORDERED TO DO SO. ALL WORK THAT MAY DEVELOP DEFECTS IN MATERIAL OR WORKMANSHIP WITHIN THE ONE YEAR TIME PERIOD. 6. ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH MANUFACTURER'S PUBLISHED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SERVICE INTENDED, AS INTERPRETED BY THE ENGINEER AND ARCHITECT. THE INSTALLATION OF …

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20.2 1020 Spence St - applicant presentation original pdf

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A PP ROACH | NP S 1 SECRETA RY OF INT ERIOR’S STANDARDS HISTORIC BUILDINGS NEW ADDITIONS “ Placin g f un ction s a nd s erv ice s r equired for th e ne w use in n on - cha r acte r- d ef ining interior s pa ces ra th er t han ins ta ll in g a new addition. Con st ructi ng a new a dd ition s o t hat t here is th e lea s t pos s ib le los s of hist oric materials a nd s o th at ch ar acte r- def ining fe atures are not ob scur ed , d a ma ge d, or d es tr oye d. Loca ting the at tac hed ex ter ior a ddition at the re a r or on an in con sp icuous sid e of a historic b uild ing ; and limiting it s s ize a n d scale in re la tions hip to the his toric b uild ing. Des ig ning new a dd ition s in a m anner t hat make s cle ar w hat i s his toric a nd what is new.” PRE CEDENT S 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN NEW ALLEY ENTRY 2 NEW GARAGE AND STUDY AP T NEW STRUCTURE SE T BACK CONNEC TION WALKWAY/ BRIDGE EXISTING HOME TO REMAIN SI TE ST UDY 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN 3 EXI ST ING PH OTOS 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN 4 NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WHITE STACK BOND BRICK. EXISTING HOUSE TO REMAIN. PATCH AND MATCH ANY NEW OPENINGS TO MATCH EXITNG SIDING. EXI ST ING PH OTOS 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN 5 NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WHITE STACK BOND BRICK. NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WOOD SIDING. FENESTRATION IN BLACK FRAMES. NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN STUCCO. FENESTRATION IN BLACK FRAMES. EXISTING HOUSE TO REMAIN. PATCH AND MATCH ANY NEW OPENINGS TO MATCH EXITNG SIDING. NEW STRUCTURE SET BACK; CLADDING IN WHITE STACK BOND BRICK. EXI ST ING PH OTOS 1020 SPENCECONCEPTUAL DESIGN

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21.0 - 1907 Kenwood original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICTS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-155521 TRAVIS HEIGHTS-FAIRVIEW PARK 1907 KENWOOD AVENUE 21 – 1 PROPOSAL Demolition of an existing quadplex and new construction of a duplex. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Total demolition of a circa 1947 duplex that has been converted to a quadplex, a contributing structure to the Travis Heights National Register District. 2) New construction of an interior split-level, two-story duplex using brick, stucco, and clear sealed wood. ARCHITECTURE The structure is circa 1947 Contemporary Style brick and tile quadruplex with a flat roof. The structure is built into the hillside, initially with garage space down, like a walk-out basement plan. The Contemporary Style house typically could be built on steep hillsides where Ranches and even Split-levels would be challenging to place. The house appears to be a single story from the street, but downhill reveals a two-story structure. The fenestration seems to be original 4:5 metal frame casement windows, with a slightly recessed central entry on the front façade. The second street-level unit is accessed via a side entry door. The rear façade reveals a partial width upper and lower balcony with rear stairs for accessing the rear-facing living units. RESEARCH DESIGN STANDARDS The property first appears in the 1949 Citywide directory as rented by Marvis and Bess Bell, with Mr. Bell’s occupation listed as a “salesman.” It was followed by several other renters, such as Robert E. Rips and Nina Brewer, whose occupations were not listed. The interior was repaired and remodeled in 1960. 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: Repair and alterations 1. General standards The project seeks to demolish a historic building that provides four living units and replace it with compatible new construction which will only offer two living units. Repair and rehabilitation are always recommended over demolition. Furthermore, historic housing stock is more affordable than new construction, and the project proposes demolishing four existing housing units. The replacement will be two new construction units, which will likely be less affordable than those it replaces. Residential new construction 1. Location The new construction project is sited appropriately from the street and in keeping with the rhythm of other contributing structures. 2. Orientation The project …

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21.1 - 1907 Kenwood Ave - drawings & renderings original pdf

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R O F T O N N O I T C U R T S N O C R O F T O N T I M R E P t c e t i h c r A s a x e T - s e n a e J y k c e B 7 9 2 1 2 # n o i t a r t s i g e R 2 2 / 3 1 / 0 1 t l t o n y a m d n a e e p m o c n i s i t n e m u c o d s i h T g n i t t i m r e p , l a v o r p p a y r o a u g e r r o f d e s u e b t l . n o i t c u r t s n o c r o t c e t i h c r A s a x e T - e a g n u o T y a r T t 9 0 5 1 2 # n o i t a r t s i g e R 2 2 / 3 1 / 0 1 t l t o n y a m d n a e e p m o c n i s i t n e m u c o d s i h T g n i t t i m r e p , l a v o r p p a y r o a u g e r r o f d e s u e b t l . n o i t c u r t s n o c r o d o o w n e K 4 0 7 8 7 X T , n i t s u A e u n e v A d o o w n e K 7 0 9 1 L A E S T C E J O R P Y B N W A R D E U S S I T E E H S n b w e i v e R C H L | 2 2 / 3 1 / 0 1 SHEET TITLE EXISTING PHOTOS SHEET A0.0 CAUTION: …

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21.2 - 1907 Kenwood Ave - late revisions original pdf

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R O F T O N N O I T C U R T S N O C R O F T O N T I M R E P t c e t i h c r A s a x e T - s e n a e J y k c e B 7 9 2 1 2 # n o i t a r t s i g e R 2 2 / 8 2 / 0 1 t l t o n y a m d n a e e p m o c n i s i t n e m u c o d s i h T g n i t t i m r e p , l a v o r p p a y r o a u g e r r o f d e s u e b t l . n o i t c u r t s n o c r o t c e t i h c r A s a x e T - e a g n u o T y a r T t 9 0 5 1 2 # n o i t a r t s i g e R 2 2 / 8 2 / 0 1 t l t o n y a m d n a e e p m o c n i s i t n e m u c o d s i h T g n i t t i m r e p , l a v o r p p a y r o a u g e r r o f d e s u e b t l . n o i t c u r t s n o c r o d o o w n e K 4 0 7 8 7 X T , n i t s u A e u n e v A d o o w n e K 7 0 9 1 L A E S T C E J O R P Y B N W A R D E U S S I T E E H S n b w e i v e R C H L | 2 2 / 8 2 / 0 1 SHEET TITLE EXISTING PHOTOS SHEET A0.0 CAUTION: …

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22.0 - 1407 Alta Vista Ave original pdf

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22 – 1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION /PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICTS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-155536 TRAVIS HEIGHTS - FAIRVIEW PARK 1407 ALTA VISTA AVENUE PROPOSAL Remodel a ca. 1932 duplex to convert it to single-family use. Demolish a detached garage and construct a new garage apartment in its place. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Convert duplex to single-family use. Change roofline, remove double entryways and gables, replace siding, replace windows, replace doors, replace porch. Materials include painted aluminum roofing, fiber cement siding, metal windows with wood casing and trim, and painted metal railing. 2) Demo existing garage and build new detached garage apartment. The proposed garage apartment is one and one-half stories in height, with a shed roof and fixed undivided windows. A full-height vertical screen structure accents horizontal fiber cement siding, and a round window appears at the west elevation above a concrete and wood retaining wall. A metal fence to match the main house’s porch guardrail surrounds the garage. ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH DESIGN STANDARDS Two-story Tudor Revival duplex with symmetrical plan, wood siding, and decorative steeply pitched entry gables with ornamental bargeboards, friezes, and brackets. The duplex at 1407 Alta Vista was constructed around 1932 as a rental property for Mrs. John L. Smith. Residents were mostly short-term, and included military servicemen, University of Texas students, clerks, state government employees, and hospital employees. 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: Repair and alterations 1. General standards The proposed alterations remove the remaining character-defining features of the house. 3. Roofs The proposed alterations do not retain the historic roof configuration, pitch, eave detailing, decorative elements, or design. 4. Exterior walls and trim The proposed replacement siding appears appropriate. 5. Windows, doors, and screens The proposed window replacements further exacerbate the loss of material from the 2013 remodel. They do not match the size and details of the original windows in historic photographs and further alter openings. 6. Porches Though a historic photograph indicates that separate angled stairwells were original to the duplex, there is no precedent for a single angled stairwell leading to a centered entryway; the design does not appear to successfully convey its intended sympathy for the building’s historic form. Residential new construction 1. Location and 2. Orientation …

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22.1 1407 Alta Vista Ave - applicant photos original pdf

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22.2 1407 Alta Vista Ave - materials original pdf

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Additional Page for Building Materials EXTERIOR FINISH MATERIALS: ROOFING - PTD ALUMINUM (BERMUDA PANEL) SIDING - CEMENT HARDI BOARD DOORS & WINDOWS - METAL FRAMED WINDOWS WITH PTD WOOD CASING/TRIM PORCH - COMPOSITE DECK, PTD METAL RAILING, PTD METAL SOFFIT PORCH STAIR - COMPOSITE STAIR TREADS, PTD METAL STRINGER, PTD METAL RAILING LANDSCAPING - GRAVEL, RESILIENT PLANTING, TIMBER STEPS, CONC. RETAINING WALL, PERMEABLE PAVING, CONC. PATHS INTERIOR FINISH MATERIALS: WALLS - PTD GWB, TILE DOORS & WINDOWS - PTD WOOD CASING/TRIM FLOOR - WHITE OAK, TILE CEILING - PTD GWB CABINETRY - WOOD COUNTERTOPS - ENGINEERED STONE BUILDING MATERIALS: WOOD FRAMING INSULATION OSB SHEATHI

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22.3 1407 Alta Vista Ave - drawings original pdf

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A B C D E F 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 GOAL: CONVERT HOME AT 1407 ALTA VISTA AVE FROM DUPLEX TO SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE AND RECONCILE ARTIFACTS FROM 2 PREVIOUS RENOVATIONS TO MAKE THE APPEARANCE MORE SIMPLE, HARMONIOUS AND MORE SYMPATHETIC TO THE CONTEXT OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD. WE BELIEVE THAT THE PREVIOUS RENOVATIONS WERE SIGNIFICANT ENOUGH THAT 1407 SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED AS A CONTRIBUTING BUILDING, HOWEVER WE STILL INTEND TO BE AS SYMPATHETIC AS POSSIBLE TO THE SCALE, FORM, AND MATERIALITY OF OUR CONTEXT. REAR ADDITION ADDED IN 2013 MAINTAIN ORIGINAL STYLE SIDING ON FRONT AND SIDES -MATCHES 1409 ROOFING TO MATCH CURRENT APPEARANCE AS CLOSELY AS POSSIBLE WHILE IMPROVING PERFORMANCE REPLACE GABLE ROOF ON REAR ADDITION WITH SHED ROOF. -MATCH CURRENT HEIGHT AND FOOTPRINT. DOOR TRIM REPLACED IN 2013 DOOR TRIM REPLACED IN 2013 PORCH REPLACED MID 1900s DOOR TRIM REPLACED IN 2013 DOOR TRIM REPLACED IN 2013 1 ORIGINAL DUPLEX, ca 1930 NTS 2 PRESENT, CONVERTED TO SINGLE FAMILY IN MID 1900s, AND BACK TO DUPLEX IN 2013 SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0" 3 PROPOSED ALTERATIONS, 2022 SCALE: 3/16" = 1'-0" REMOVE FRONT DORMERS TO SIMPLIFY PORCH, AND BETTER MATCH NEIGHBORING HOMES. ROOF PITCH TO BE ALTERED ENABLING DEEPER EAVES TO SHADE FRONT PORCH -OWNER NOTED INSUFFICIENT HEAD-HEIGHT CLEARANCE UNDER DORMER EAVES NEW PORCH AND ENTRANCE ADDED MID 1900s FRONT WINDOWS AND DOORS APPEAR TO HAVE BEEN REPLACED IN 2013 MATCH CURRENT/NEIGHBORING SCALE OF SIDING NEW RESILIENT LANDSCAPING WITH NATIVE PLANTING REPLACE STAIR WITH SINGLE STAIR THAT MIMICS THE ORIGINAL FRONT ELEVATION OF THE HOME. METAL PORCH AND STAIR RAILINGS WILL ALSO BE MORE SIMILAR TO ORIGINAL HOME REPLACE 2013 WINDOWS WITH LARGER CASEMENT WINDOWS -MATCH ORIGINAL WINDOW TRIM SEAL SIMPLIFIED FRONT ROOF MORE SIMILAR TO THAT OF NEIGHBOR SIMPLIFIED FRONT ROOF MORE SIMILAR TO THAT OF NEIGHBOR SIMPLIFIED FRONT ROOF MAINTAINS SCALE SIMILAR TO THAT OF NEIGHBOR SIMPLIFIED FRONT ROOF MORE SIMILAR TO THAT OF NEIGHBOR 1405 ALTA VISTA AVE (NEXT DOOR) 1400 ALTA VISTA AVE (ACROSS STREET) 1409 ALTA VISTA AVE (NEXT DOOR) 1411 ALTA VISTA AVE 1413 ALTA VISTA AVE ARCHITECT: NORMAN KELLEY, INC. 53 W. JACKSON BLVD. STE 1452 CHICAGO, IL 60604 312-374-1039 WWW.NORMANKELLEY.US OWNER: RUSSELL KORTE & CARMEN-CHRISTINA KELLEHER 1407 ALTA VISTA AVE AUSTIN, TX 78704 STRUCTURAL CONSULTANT: TBD GENERAL CONTRACTOR TBD CERTIFICATION AND SEAL: I N O T A V O N E R I E …

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23.0 - 1414 Westover Rd original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICTS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2002-155175 OLD WEST AUSTIN 1414 WESTOVER RD. 23.0 – 1 PROPOSAL PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS DESIGN STANDARDS Demolish and rebuild existing non-contributing garage and make modifications to the rear of the primary house. 1) Remove existing non-contributing garage and rebuild a new one; 2) Remove existing concrete and stone driveway ribbons from the garage up to the front corner of the house; 3) Remove concrete from North corner of house 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 for new construction apply to the proposed project: 1. Location The new detached garage will replace the existing garage within the same footprint. The proposed replacement is appropriate. 2. Orientation The orientation of the proposed garage will match the predominant garage orientation found on the block’s contributing properties. The proposed replacement is appropriate. 3. Scale, Massing, and Height The scale, massing, and height of the proposed new construction is appropriate. 5. Design and Style The design and style of the proposed garage is appropriate. Summary The removal of the concrete and stone driveway ribbons will not affect the contributing status of the primary house. The garage to be demolished is non-contributing to the district. The project meets the applicable standards. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Comment on and release the plans. LOCATION MAP 23.0 – 2 HR 22-155175 1414 WESTOVER ROAD 1:2400 10/19/2022 This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes. It does not represent an on-the-ground survey. This product has been produced by the City of Austin for the sole purpose of geographic reference. No warranty is made by the City of Austin regarding specific accuracy or completeness. Property Information Photos 23.0 – 3 1414 Westover Application, 2022

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23.1 - 1414 Westover Rd - photos and drawings original pdf

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DEERING RESIDENCE 1414 WESTOVER RD AUSTIN, TX 78703 ABBREVIATION KEY: A= B= C= D= E= F= G= H= ABV A/C ACOUST AC.T. ADDL A.F.F. A.H.U. ALUM APPROX ARCH ASPH BD B.L. BLDG BLK BLKG BLW BM BR BRG BTM CAB CANT C.J. C.L. CL CLG CLO CLOS CLR CMU C.O. COL COND CONC. CONT CONTR COV CPT C.T. CTR D.F. DIA DIM DISHWR DISP DN DR D.S. DTL DWG DW E EA E.J. ELEC ELEV ENAM. ENVIR. EQ EQUIP E.S.U. E.W. E.W.C. EXH EXIST EXP EXT F.D. FDN F.E. F.E.C. F.F. FIN FIXT FLEX FLR FLUOR F.R. FTG FURR GA GAL GALV G.C. GEN GL GWB GYP H. H.B. HC H.C. HD HDW H.M. HORIZ HOL HR HT HTR HVAC I= I.D. INT INSUL ABOVE AIR CONDITIONER ACOUSTICAL ACOUSTICAL TILE ADDITIONAL ABOVE FINISH FLOOR AIR HANDLING UNIT ALUMINUM APPROXIMATE ARCHITECT. ARCHITECTURAL ASPHALT BOARD BUILDING LINE BUILDING BLOCK BLOCKING BELOW BEAM BRICK BEARING BOTTOM CABINET CANTILEVER CONTROL JOINT CENTER LINE CLOSET CEILING CLOSET CLOSET CLEAR CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT CASED OPENING COLUMN CONDENSOR OR CONDUIT CONCRETE CONTINUOUS CONTRACT, CONTRACTOR COVER, COVERING CARPET CERAMIC TILE COUNTER TOP DRINKING FOUNTAIN DIAMETER DIMENSION DISHWASHER DISPENSOR DOWN DOOR, DRIVE DOWNSPOUT DETAIL DRAWING DISHWASHER EAST EACH EXPANSION JOINT ELECTRICAL ELEVATION ENAMEL ENVIRONMENT EQUAL EQUIPMENT ELECTRIC STUB-UP EACH WAY ELEC. WATER COOLER EXHAUST FAN EXISTING EXPANSION EXTENSION, EXTERIOR FLOOR DRAIN FOUNDATION FIRE EXTINGUISHER FIRE EXTINGUISHER CABINET FINISH FLOOR FINISH FIXTURE FLEXIBLE FLOOR FLUORESCENT FIRE RETARDANT FOOTING FURRING GAUGE GALLON GALVANIZED GENERAL CONTRACTOR GENERAL GLASS, GLAZING GYPSUM WALL BOARD GYPSUM HIGH HOSE BIBB HANDICAP HOLLOW CORE HEAD HARDWARE HOLLOW METAL HORIZONTAL HOLLOW HOUR HEIGHT HEATER HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING INSIDE DIAMETER INTERIOR INSULATE, INSULATION M= N= O= P= Q= R= S= MAS MATL MAX MECH MED.CAB. MTL MFR MGF MIN MIR MISC M.O. MTD MTL MW M/W N NAP N.D. N.I.C. N.V. O.C. O.D. O.E. OFF OPG OPP PC PL PLAS P.LAM. PLMG PLYWD PN PNLG PNT POLY PP PROP PTD PT P.T. PVC PW QT. Q.T. QTR. R RD R.D. RE: REF REFG REINF REQD REV RM R.O. RUB S SAN S.B. SC: S.C. SCH S.D. SEC SF SHLVS SECT SHT SHTG SIM SP SPEC S/S S.S. S.T.C. STD STL STRUCT SUSP SWR TB T.B. TBD T.D. TELE THOLD TLT T.P.H. T.R. TSTAT TYP U.L. U.N.O. U.O.N. V.B. VCT VERT VEST V.W.C. T= U= V= W= W W/ MASONRY MATERIAL MAXIMUM MECHANICAL MEDICINE CABINET METAL MANUFACTURER MANUFACTURER MINIMUM …

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24.0 - 210 W 6th St original pdf

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24 – 1 HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION PERMITS IN NATIONAL REGISTER HISTORIC DISTRICTS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-155454 CLAUDIA TAYLOR JOHNSON HALL (RTHL) 210 W. 6TH STREET PROPOSAL Replace roof with skylight system over lightwell, replace pavers over cellar with glass block, construct mechanical areaway, replace glazing, paint windows, install elevator shaft, add doors. PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS 1) Site: Replace non-original pavers over cellar areaway with glass block to provide additional light at basement level. Add below grade mechanical areaway to south side of building. 2) Roof: Replace non-original roof assembly over historic lightwell with a new modular skylight system. Install new elevator shaft. Replace six skylights/air intake openings. 3) Glazing: Replace glazing at select elevations with laminated, Low-E glazing. 4) Exterior Windows: The exterior windows will be repainted. Final color selection is dependent on full-size mock-ups. A historic finish analysis has been completed and will help guide the owner on color options. 5) Exterior Doors: Add two single-leaf custom steel doors at the north elevation window wall. The steel doors will be designed to match configuration of the historic steel windows. ARCHITECTURE The building’s Recorded Texas Historic Landmark marker describes the limestone temple-fronted Classical Revival post office building as follows: “Constructed during the period 1912-1914. This building was the seventh United States post office location in Austin, Texas. The supervising architect for the neo-classical revival style structure was James Knox Taylor of the U.S. Treasury Department. It was built by Dieter and Wenzel Construction Company of Wichita, Kansas, at a cost of $172,987. The land cost $40,000. Following construction of a new post office and federal building in 1965, the building was given to the University of Texas system by the Federal Government; it was remodeled into administrative offices by the university in 1970. The building was named in honor of Claudia Taylor Johnson, wife of the 36th president of the United States of America.”1 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: Repair and alterations 1. General standards The proposed project removes intact historic windows and glazing and modifies openings to accommodate new fenestration. 3. Roofs The proposed project replaces non-historic roof material and skylights. Replacements do not appear visible from the street. 5. Windows, doors, and screens The …

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