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35.a - 707 W Monroe St - public comment original pdf

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35.a - 707 W Monroe St - public comment original pdf

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36.0 - 801 Bouldin Ave original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION DEMOLITION AND RELOCATION PERMITS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 PR-2022-148514; GF-2022-154617 801 BOULDIN AVENUE 36 – 1 PROPOSAL Demolish a ca. 1940-50 house. ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH The 2016 Bouldin Creek neighborhood survey describes the house as a Ranch-style dwelling constructed of clay tile bricks. It has a cross-gabled roof and partial-width porch supported by boxed columns. The house is 1.5 stories in height and features a basement-level front-facing garage. Windows include 1:1 wood and painted 6-light casements. 801 Bouldin Avenue, historically addressed as 803 Bouldin Avenue, was constructed around 1947 for Dale and Lula Elsner. After Lula Elsner’s death that same year,1 the home was sold to Joe M. and Cathryne Franklin, who moved from Galveston to work in state education.2 Joe Franklin was a supervisor at the State Education Agency, while Cathryne Franklin worked as a librarian and served with the Texas Association of School Librarians.3 By 1959, the home’s primary occupants were Malcom Thurgood and his family. Thurgood, a noted local artist, worked out of the home until around 1962, when he moved his studio to Wimberley. Thurgood was well-known as an instructor, as well as for his illustrations of frontier Texas life for the University of Texas Press, Von Boeckmann-Jones, and other local publishers. PROPERTY EVALUATION The 2016 Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Survey lists the property as a medium priority and a contributing property to a potential historic district. 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 criteria for landmark designation (LDC §25-2-352). Staff has evaluated the property and determined that it does not meet two criteria: a. Architecture. The building does not appear to convey architectural significance. b. Historical association. The property is associated with noted local artist Malcom Thurgood, serving as his home and studio from 1959 to 1962. Thurgood was well-known as an instructor, as well as for his illustrations of frontier Texas life for the University of Texas Press, Von Boeckmann-Jones, and other local publishers. c. Archaeology. The property was not evaluated for its potential to yield significant data concerning the human history or prehistory of the region. d. Community value. The property 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 …

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37.0 - 5700 Grover original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION DEMOLITION AND RELOCATION PERMITS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 PR-2022-142458 DART BOWL 5700 GROVER 37.0 – 1 PROPOSAL ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH Total demolition of the commercial structure most recently known as “Dart Bowl.” Single-story commercial building of stucco and metal construction with a porte-cochere at the full-glazed automatic door front entrance. The project site plan also indicates the demolition of a small residential structure that appears to be addressed as 5610 Roosevelt Avenue. 5610 Roosevelt Avenue does not require HLC review. 5700 Grover was home to Austin’s iconic 32-lane Bowling Alley, Dart Bowl. Originally located at Anderson and Burnet, Dart Bowl was moved to this location in 1997. Dart Bowl closed in July 2020 due to the pandemic after 62 years of business in Austin. The Dart Bowl was founded in 1958 by current co-owners’ (John Donovan and wife, Jacy) grandfather Harry Peterson, who was joined in partnership ten years later by Jerry and Betty Ray, who, along with her son, remain involved in ownership and management of the company’s remaining two Austin bowling alleys-Highland and Westgate Lanes. Dart Bowl was used as a filming location for director Richard Linklater's film Boyhood starring Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette, and Ethan Hawke, and for the NBC drama series Friday Night Lights. Dart Bowl also housed The Dart Bowl Café, known for its secret recipe enchiladas and owned by the Martinet family, which helped make Dart Bowl a beloved Austin institution. In a recent KXAN poll, Dart bowl made the top 10 list of nostalgic restaurants/businesses no longer around. 1 PROPERTY EVALUATION Designation Criteria—Historic Landmark 1) The building is more than 50 years old. 2) The building appears to retain high integrity. 3) Properties must meet two criteria for landmark designation (LDC §25-2-352). Staff has evaluated the property and determined that it may meet two criteria: a. Architecture. The building does not appear to convey architectural significance. b. Historical association. The property appears to have significant historical associations with Austin legacy c. Archaeology. The property was not evaluated for its potential to yield significant data concerning the human Business, Dart Bowl. history or prehistory of the region. d. Community value. The property may 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 …

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37.1 - 5700 Grover - Site Plan original pdf

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37.2 - 5700 Grover - photos original pdf

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38.0 - 4402 Ramsey Ave original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION DEMOLITION AND RELOCATION PERMITS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 PR-2022-145835; GF-2022-154626 4402 RAMSEY AVENUE 38 – 1 PROPOSAL Demolish a ca. 1936 house. ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH One-story house with asbestos siding, a cross-gabled catslide roof, an arched entryway to a covered stoop, shallow eaves, and 1:1 wood windows. The house at 4402 Ramsey Avenue was built in 1936 for Captain Truman G. and Gladys Holladay. Truman Holladay, an accountant and veteran, served as deputy state treasurer and chief clerk of the Texas Treasury Department while living in the home. In 1947, the Holladays moved briefly to San Saba, where they were part owners of a pecan shelling plant, though Holladay also served as assistant state auditor. By 1957, he was appointed as the deputy State Securities Commissioner. He was promoted to Commissioner in 1969, and served until his retirement in 1972, though the Securities Board members voted unanimously against his leaving the post. After the Holladays’ departure, the home belonged briefly to Zue Gibbons, a secretary, and then passed to Cora Elam, a widow. PROPERTY EVALUATION Designation Criteria—Historic Landmark 1) The building is more than 50 years old. 2) The building appears to retain high integrity. 3) Properties must meet two criteria for landmark designation (LDC §25-2-352). Staff has evaluated the property and determined that it does not meet two criteria: a. Architecture. The building is a good example of a Tudor Revival-styled Minimal Traditional house, characteristic of Austin’s development during the 1930s and into the 1940s. b. Historical association. The property does not appear to have significant historical associations, though the Commission may wish to consider the service of Truman Holladay as the Texas State Securities Commissioner. c. Archaeology. The property was not evaluated for its potential to yield significant data concerning the human history or prehistory of the region. d. Community value. The property 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 Encourage rehabilitation and adaptive reuse, then relocation over demolition, but release the demolition permit upon completion of a City of Austin Documentation Package. LOCATION MAP 38 – 2 PROPERTY INFORMATION Photos 38 – 3 38 – 4 Source: Zillow.com, …

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4.0 - 900 Blanco original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-119336 CASTLE HILL 900 BLANCO-1202 W. 9TH ST, & 901 SHELLY AVE 4.0 – 1 PROPOSAL PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS Demolition, addition, and alteration of two contributing circa 1910 structures on one lot 1) Combine two existing, contributing residential structures-a ‘two story garage aka carriage house’ (unit A-addressed as 901 Shelley Ave) with the ‘existing house and walk-out basement’ (units B&C- addressed as 1202 W. 9th St) into one single-family dwelling unit. This will require the removal of approx. Fourteen feet of unit C's west wall, the part that faces unit A (the garage), and the removal of 5'-8” of unit A's east wall, the part that faces unit C. Materials: Powder Coated pressed metal shingles. 2) Removal of Unit A's (garage) exterior wooden stair and exterior door, relocate existing windows on the west wall, and relocate existing south facade windows to level one west wall. Materials: existing windows, new siding infill w/ existing siding, or new milled to match. 3) Removal of Unit A's (garage) deteriorated garage doors. Material: new siding milled to match. 4) Addition of ground floor screened porch on Unit A (garage) Materials: Painted wood structure and divisions, historic light blue V groove wood ceiling. Ultra-Vue Invisible screens 5) New wall openings for exterior pocket doors: Removal and storage of existing siding. Wood and Glass doors 6) Addition of second-floor office: new glazing, painted wood divisions, and siding milled to match existing if reuse is not possible 7) Addition of second-floor screened porch on Unit A (existing two-story garage) painted wood structure and divisions, historic light blue V groove wood ceiling. Ultra Vue Invisible screens 8) New wall openings for new windows in the proposed kitchen and baths; reuse windows where available (1202 W. 9th). New all wood windows to match existing ones if reuse is not an option UPDATE since ARC: 1. The plans call for the rotation of the carriage house, so the garage doors face Shelly Ave 2. Construction of a transparent two-story story addition hyphen and screen porch between 901 Shelly and 1202 W. 9th, requiring a small portion of rear wall demolition on 1202 W. 9th. 3. Existing pressed metal roof to remain on 1202 W. 9th except for a small portion removed for connection of hyphen. 4. Create new openings for windows and doors in the carriage house garage level. …

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4.1 - 900 Blanco - revised drawings original pdf

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VICINTY MAP ENFIELD C A P O M 9TH ST 900 BLANCO 6TH ST O C N A L B R A M A L PROJECT DESCRIPTION THE PROPERTY AT 900 BLANCO CONTAINS FOUR DWELLING UNITS, THREE OF WHICH ARE CURRENTLY OCCUPIED. ALL THREE BUILDINGS ARE CONTRIBUTING STRUCTURES TO THE CASTLE HILL LOCAL HISTORIC DISTRICT. THIS PROPOSAL ADDS 819.65 SQUARE FEET (REF. PROPOSED F.A.R. CALCULATIONS TABLE ON SE1.2) OF FLOOR AREA TO UNIT A, AND COMBINES UNITS A AND C INTO ONE DWELLING UNIT. ALL NEW FOOTPRINT AND CONSTRUCTION IS LIMITED TO THE COMPATIBILITY SETBACKS IMPOSED BY THE ADJACENT SINGLE FAMILY HOMES. THE PROPOSED LIMITS OF NEW CONSTRUCTION ARE LIMITED TO 2237.19 SQUARE FEET. ALL EXISTING DRIVEWAYS, AND DRIVEWAY APPROACHES ARE EXISTING, AND WILL NOT BE MODIFIED AS PART OF THIS PROPOSAL. LEGAL DESCRIPTION 40% OF 50X190 FT OLT 4 DIVISION Z ZONING MF-4-HD-NP RESIDENTIAL DESIGN STANDARDS (MCMANSION) ADU APPROXIMATE AREA REDUCED PARKING COMPATIBILITY STANDARDS CASTLE HILL LOCAL HISTORIC DISTRICT OLD WEST AUSTIN NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN GENERAL PROJECT NOTES PERFORM ALL WORK IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY OF AUSTIN CODES, REGULATIONS & ORDINANCES DO NOT SCALE DRAWING, CONTACT ARCHITECT UPON DISCOVERY OF MISSING INFORMATION OR CONFLICTS IN DRAWINGS STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING FOR ALL PARTS OF THIS PROJECT TO BE DESIGNED BY OTHERS MECH, ELEC, PLUMB & FIRE ENGINEERING TO BE PROVIDED BY OTHERS. MAY REQUIRE COORDINATION WITH ARCHITECT VERIFY EXISTING CONDITIONS AND DIMENSIONS PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION START FLOOD PLAIN & WATERSHED INFO WATERSHED: URBAN 100 YEAR FLOODPLAIN: NO THIS PROJECT EXCEEDS 3,600 SF UNDER ONE ROOF, AND THEREFORE IS TO BE REVIEWED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT FULL NFPA 13D SPRINKLER SYSTEM BY OTHERS TO BE INSTALLED ON ALL LEVELS PENDING RESULTS OF NEAREST HYDRANT FLOW TEST Drawn by Checked by TJR 3 0 7 8 7 s a x e T , n i t s u A , t e e r t S o c n a B 0 0 9 l O C N A L B & H T 9 Date: Issue: Revision: 08.09.22 HISTORIC REVIEW SET 1 REV 1 - 10.20.22 H0.0 COVER SHEET 1 OF 27 9th & B l a n c o R e s i d e n c e 900 Blanco Street, Austin, Texas 78703 SHEET LIST FIRE PROTECTION l , t c e t i h c r A e h t f o y t r e p o r …

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5.0 - 115 E. 5th St- Heiermann Bldg original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-122453 HEIERMAN BUILDING 115 E. 5TH ST. 5.0-1 PROPOSAL PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS Alterations, demolition, and new construction of an addition to the existing 3-story commercial structure. 1) Demolish existing storefront assemblies; create a new custom storefront with metal framing and sill with new windows 2) Remove the front façade side lites and salvage entry door; create a new recessed entry with the salvaged door. 3) Remove the egress door and demolish brick infill on front façade 4) Windows are to be removed and replaced; existing openings are to remain 5) New rooftop steel frame construction with curtain wall glazing setback 20’ from the front facade. 6) Partial demolition of rear courtyard walls, all windows, roof enclosure, and structure. 7) Construct and install new curtain wall windows with divided lights, exterior balcony, blackened metal panel cladding, and enclosed area on level 1 in the rear courtyard. ARCHITECTURE The Heierman Building was zoned Historic in 1977. It was contracted for construction circa February 1887 by Tom Smith, Sr., with materials from M. Paggi and Joseph Nalle as the builder. It is a 3-story brick building believed to have been built initially as a commercial enterprise. Three walls were made of brick and one (west wall) of stone. It opened as the Provident Hotel circa 1890 and continued to operate as a hotel until 1923 (under various names). The family that ran it the longest was the Heiermans during its first 87 years hence the landmark name. Evidence suggests that the Hotel Provident had ten guest rooms on both the second and third floors. Rooms were single or suites and supplied with gas and electricity; closets and free bathrooms were provided on each floor. The rooms likely surrounded a central hall, and at least two rooms on each floor had a fireplace with a coal grate. Research suggests the upper floor may have been converted to support the weight of a machine shop in the 1920s, and lower first-floor walls were cut through to accommodate an automobile shop and showroom. A restoration was completed in 1974. The original façade was a symmetrical 6-bay Victorian storefront in front of a masonry structure. The original roof was metal with raised seams. 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 …

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5.1 - 115 E 5th St - applicant presentation original pdf

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6.0 - 800 Edgecliff Ter - Ziller-Wallace original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS NOVEMBER 2, 2022 HR-2022-060641 HELENA AND ROBERT ZILLER HOUSE 800 EDGECLIFF TERRACE 6 – 1 PROPOSAL PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS Construct a pool house behind the existing detached garage apartment. Replace siding on garage apartment. 1) The proposed new pool building is two stories in height, clad in stucco textured to match the historic main house. Its roofline is flat with Spanish Colonial detailing at the parapet. Fenestration includes full-height arched divided-light windows atop matching glazed doors, interspersed with fixed divided vertical windows; arched entry and exit doors provide secondary egress. Gas sconces accent each archway at the main elevation, and glazed doors are flanked by balustrades matching the historic main house. 2) Replace non-original siding on existing historic-age garage with stucco to match historic-age stucco. 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: Residential new construction 1. Location The proposed building is in line with the existing garage. It appears to be minimally visible from the primary street due to grade. 2. Orientation The proposed building is oriented similarly to the adjacent detached garage apartment. 3. Scale, massing, and height The proposed new building is taller than the adjacent garage in height, but shorter than the historic house; grade changes appear to mitigate its height somewhat. Massing is rectangular and, though monolithic, is similar to the monolithic massing at the main house. The landing railing and offset parapet step-downs provide some gradation in height at the main elevation, though secondary elevations display few height transitions. While the proposed new accessory building is not visually subordinate to the existing garage, its position on the lot and distance from the main house make it appear subordinate to the primary building in height, massing, and form; neither appears visible from the main street. 4. Proportions Proportions appear somewhat compatible with the historic main house; the building’s use is a limiting factor. 5. Design and style The proposed design and style has been amended per Committee feedback to better respond to the historic main house. 6. Roofs The proposed roofline has been amended per Committee feedback to better respond to the historic main house; it appears mostly compatible. 7. Exterior walls The proposed stucco cladding …

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6.1 - 800 Edgecliff Ter - drawings and photos original pdf

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6.2 800 Edgecliff Ter - drawings_fullres original pdf

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RIVERSIDE DRIVE (BELOW) 452.39' ELEV SIDE WALK (BELOW) 5001 5002 BLUFF LINE BLUFF LINE NEW WHEELCHAIR ACCESS RAMP F.F. 474' F.F. 473' L2 F.F. 472' NEW RETAINING WALL F.F. 475' F.F. 476.2' NEW WHEELCHAIR ACCESS LANDING LANDSCAPING NEW CONC. STEPS W/RAIL N E W R A I L F.F. 477' PORCH 477.62' F.F. ELEV 2 0 . 2 ' ' 4 6 . 2 4 5003 5004 F.F. 477' NEW WHEELCHAIR ACCESS RAMP 5005 5006 ' 2 . 2 2 EXISTING CONC. ACCESS PATH EXT PAVER PATH/STEPS LOT 11 CK. 1 485.36 485.38 703 1 CP. CGS 4WARD 5000 NEW RADIUS STEEL RETAINING WALL 8 7 . 4 7 ' S 4 4 1 7 1 4 " W ' NEW STONE RETAINING WALL L1 NEW LANDSCAPING AREA BUILDING SET BACK LINE NEW LANDSCAPING AREA CONC STOOP 19.37' THERAPY POOL NATATORIUM 1009 SQ FT F.F. 472' 470 471 472 473 4.42' ' 6 4 . 5 476 474 475 ' 6 0 . 7 1 L L A W G N N A T E R I I E N O T S W E N E N I L K C A B T E S G N D L I U B I 4.04' STOOP F.F. 471.875' ' 5 3 . 6 4.04' 476 ' 2 4 . 5 1 475 478 477 474 473 4.04' 9'-3 1/2" 472 STOOP F.F. 471.875' ' 7 6 . 6 ' 3 6 . 4.04' 4.04' 5'-3" 2 471 6.87' 5'-0" NEIGHBORING SIDE YARD LOT (NO STRUCTURE) NEW TALL LIGUSTRUM HEDGE 470 NEW LANDSCAPING AREA EXT GARAGE 448 SQ FT EXT F.F.469.33' EXT AC NEW AC 5.58' 6 . 8 7 ' F.F. 471.875' SECTION OF REMOVED CURB 1.5" LIMESTONE LANDING, STEPS AND PATHWAY SECTION OF NEW CONC. CURB TO MATCH EXISTING EXT PAVER DRIVEWAY C2 NEW LANDSCAPING EXISTING FOUNTAIN LOT 17 FRONT GATE LOT 12 RESUBDIVISION OF [B] BLOCK 53 TRAVIS HEIGHTS VOL. 450, PG. 579 D.R.T.C.T. PAM & TIM WALKER VOL. 13389, PG. 2299 O.P.R.T.C.T. LOT 13 E D G E C L I F F T E R R A C E S O UTH EAST W EST N O RTH 5014 5015 L3 C1 5007 5010 5009 5008 5010 5011 5012 L4 5013 22'-10 1/2" S 5 8 4 4 ' 1 0 " E 1 4 1 . 6 4 ' CARPORT PATIO FRONT DOOR EXT …

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6.3 800 Edgecliff Ter - scope of work and photos original pdf

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10.05.2022 Draft Minutes original pdf

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HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION WEDNESDAY, October 5, 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. COMMISSION MEMBERS: x Terri Myers, Chair x Ben Heimsath, Vice Chair ab Anissa Castillo x Witt Featherston x Kevin Koch x Carl Larosche x Harmony Grogan x Trey McWhorter x Blake Tollett ab Beth Valenzuela x Caroline Wright 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. Meghan King gave an update from Preservation Austin about upcoming events and opportunities. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. September 7, 2022 – Offered for consent approval MOTION: Approve the minutes, per passage of the consent agenda, on a motion by Commissioner Larosche. Commissioner Koch seconded the motion. Vote: 9-0. BRIEFINGS 2. 308-314/316 Congress Avenue Presenter: Michael Whellan 1 PUBLIC HEARINGS/DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION Historic Landmark and Local Historic District Applications 3. HR-2022-084104 – 6301 Bluff Springs Rd. – Applicant requested postponement Council District 2 Proposal: New construction (Postponed September 7, 2022) Applicant: Christi Mueck City Staff: Kimberly Collins, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-1801 Staff Recommendation: Staff recommends extending the applicant postponement for 3 months to the January 2023 HLC meeting to allow time for the applicant to bring the requested materials from the August HLC meeting of a Preservation Plan containing the following elements: a professional engineering report with stabilization recommendations and implementation program, a professional archaeological assessment/report, including an acceptable plan for monitoring of the ruins, a field study of the Site with the likelihood of adverse effects on known or possible unknown resources on the site, including any need for exploratory testing, monitoring, or mitigation if historic resources or remains may be unearthed during construction. MOTION: Postpone the public hearing to January 11, 2022, per passage of the consent postponement agenda, on a motion by Commissioner Larosche. Commissioner Koch seconded the motion. Vote: 9-0. 4. HR-2022-060641 – 800 Edgecliff Ter. – Applicant requested postponement Helena and Robert Ziller House Council District 9 Proposal: New construction of a therapy pool house (Postponed September 7, 2022) Applicant: Pam Kostas City Staff: Kalan Contreras, Historic Preservation Office, 512-974-2727 Staff Recommendation: Grant the Applicant’s …

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10.a - 706 Oakland Ave - public comment original pdf

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13.3 - 316 Congress Ave - applicant presentation original pdf

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H I S T O R I C L A N D M A R K C O M M I S S I O N P A C K A G E | 3 R D & C O N G R E S S 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 | N O V E M B E R 0 2 , 2 0 2 2 P A G E 1 THE BLOCK SITE PHOTOS CONGRESS AVE LOOKING WEST 3RD STREET 308-310 312-314 4TH STREET 316 WB SMITH BUILDING (LHL) 320 KOPPEL BUILDING (RTHL) COMBINED SITE 308-316 H I S T O R I C L A N D M A R K C O M M I S S I O N P A C K A G E | 3 R D & C O N G R E S S 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 | N O V E M B E R 0 2 , 2 0 2 2 P A G E 2 THE BLOCK SITE PHOTOS 1 4TH & CONGRESS FACING SOUTHWEST 2 3RD & CONGRESS FACING NORTHWEST 4TH ST. 3RD ST. 1 . E V A S S E R G N O C 2 H I S T O R I C L A N D M A R K C O M M I S S I O N P A C K A G E | 3 R D & C O N G R E S S 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 | N O V E M B E R 0 2 , 2 0 2 2 P A G E 3 THE SITE EXISTING CONDITIONS & ENTITLEMENTS (cid:17)(cid:18)(cid:19)(cid:2)(cid:1)(cid:20)(cid:5)(cid:14)(cid:2)(cid:15)(cid:21)(cid:21)(cid:14)(cid:22)(cid:2)(cid:2)(cid:2)(cid:23)(cid:7)(cid:1)(cid:11)(cid:2)(cid:1)(cid:15)(cid:22)(cid:24) PROPERTY SUMMARY 308-310 CONGRESS AVE. NAME: USE: ALEX POPE RESTAURANT 312-314 CONGRESS AVE. NAME: USE: N/A RESTAURANT (cid:27)(cid:18)(cid:19)(cid:2)(cid:10)’(cid:15)(cid:2) (cid:6)(cid:14)(cid:7)"(cid:15)(cid:10)# (cid:10)(cid:15)(cid:30)(cid:20)(cid:7)(cid:11)(cid:21)(cid:2)(cid:16)(cid:20)(cid:14)(cid:1) (cid:10)(cid:11)(cid:4)(cid:4)(cid:20)(cid:5)(cid:11)(cid:4) 316 CONGRESS AVE. NAME: USE: WB SMITH BUILDING RETAIL - PATAGONIA $ (cid:12) (cid:21) (cid:20) (cid:20) (cid:7) (cid:14) (cid:5) (cid:9) (cid:14) …

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17.3 - 2512 Wooldridge Dr - drawings original pdf

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CONCEPT RENDERING FOR REFERENCE ONLY PROJECT TEAM ZONING & CODE ANALYSIS OWNER NATALIE AND CURTIS THIGPEN 2512 WOOLRIDGE DRIVE AUSTIN, TX 78703 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER FORT STRUCTURES 2120 E. 7TH STE 200 AUSTIN, TX 78702 ARCHITECT OUTWARD ARCHITCTURE 4516 RIMROCK TRAIL AUSTIN, TX 78723 JOE BOYLE, AIA joe@outwardarchitecture.com MEP ENGINEER SAM YOUNG 512-817-9264 syoung@fortstructures.com FRESH AIR HVAC SIZING 3306 DALTON ST. AUSTIN, TX 78745 ANDY PELL 512-814-7638 apell@hvac-sizing.com LEGAL DESCRIPTION N 20 FT OF LOT 6 *& S 35 FT OF LOT 7 BLK 12 PEMBERTON HEIGHTS SEC 1 PARCEL ID ZONING BUILDING CODES 431066 SF-2-NP 2021 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE 2021 UNIFORM MECHANICAL CODE 2021 UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE 2020 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE 2021 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT CODE BUILDING DESCRIPTION WOOD AND STEEL FRAME RESIDENCE LEGAL JURISDICTION CITY OF AUSTIN, TRAVIS COUNTY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OUTDOOR COLLABORATIVE WILL WILSON will@outdoorcollaborative.com 512-868-7981 OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION R-3 TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION FIRE SPRINKLER V-B TBD GENERAL NOTES AREA CALCULATIONS 1. ALL WORK SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH APPLICABLE BUILDING CODES, AND TO INCLUDE ALL REQUIREMENTS OF OTHER AGENCIES HAVING JURISDICTION. RE: A0.1 & A0.2 3. 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. DRAWING INDEX VICINITY MAP 2512 WOOLRIDGE DRIVE AUSTIN, TEXAS 78703 4. 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. 5. 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. 6. 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 OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH ANY AND ALL WORK IN QUESTION. 7. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO FINISH FACE OF CONCRETE, CENTERLINE OF STEEL, FACE OF STUD OR CASEWORK UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. DIMENSIONS NOTED AS "CLR" MUST BE PRECISELY MAINTAINED. DIMENSIONS ARE NOT ADJUSTABLE WITHOUT ARCHITECTS APPROVAL …

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18.b - 1006 Eason St - public comment original pdf

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PUBLIC HEARING INFORMATION Although applicants and/or their agent(s) are expected to attend a public hearing, you are not required to attend. However, attend, you have the opportunity to speak FOR or AGAINST the proposed development or change. You may also contact a neighborhood or environmental organization that has expressed an interest in an application affecting your neighborhood. if you do During a public hearing, approval or denial of the application. that is not later than 60 days from the announcement, no further notice is required. the board or commission may postpone or continue an application's hearing to a later date or recommend If the board or commission announces a specific date and time for a postponement or continuation A board or commission's person who can appeal appeal the decision. decision may be appealed by a person withstanding to appeal, or an interested party that is identified as a the decision. The body holding a public hearing on an appeal will determine whether a person has standing to An interested party is defined as a person who is the applicant or record owner of the subject property, or who communicates to a board or commission by: an interest to the board or commission before the public hearing that generally identifies the issues of • delivering a written statement concern (it may be delivered to the contact person listed on a notice); or appearing and speaking for the record at the public hearing; and: • $--- occupies a primary- residence that is within 500 feet of the "Subject property or proposed development; is the record owner of property within 500 feet of the subj ect property or proposed development; or • is an officer of an environmental or neighborhood organization that has an interest • 500 feet of the subject property or proposed development? in or whose declared boundaries are within A notice of appeal must be filed with the director of the responsible department no later than 14 days after the decision. An appeal form may be available from the responsible department. For additional information on the City of Austin's land development process, please visit our website: www.austintexas.gov/abc Written comments must be submitted to the board or commission (or the contact person listed on the notice) before a public hearing. the Case Number and the Your comments to the Texas Public contact person listed on the notice. Correspondence Information Act (Chapter …

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