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02 Brodie Oaks PUD Land Use Plan.pdf original pdf

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Legend GO: General Office LO: Limited Office SF-2: Single-Family Residence - Standard Lot GO-MU: General Office - Mixed Use GR: Community Commercial CH: Commercial Highway GO MF-2: Multi-Family Residence - Low Density CS: General Commercial Services CS-1: General Commercial Services - Liquor Store CS-V: Commercial Services - Vertical Mixed Use GO CS-1-V-CO: Commercial Services - Vertical Mixed Use Conditional Overlay LO-CO: Limited Office - Conditional Overlay MF-2 GR-V-CO: Community Commercial - Vertical Mixed Use - Conditional Overlay GR-MU-CO: Community Commercial - Mixed Use - Conditional Overlay UNZ - Unzoned SF-2 SF-2 GO-MU LO R E F F U 0 ’ B 0 5 SF-2 LO CS BARTON CREEK GREENBELT MF-4 L O O P 3 6 0 MF-2 UNZ CS-1-V-CO CS-1 GR GR CS U S S T O P O E T R R A PID B GR-V A PIT A L M E T R O M C CS-V D R A V E L U O R B A CS-1-V-CO M A S . L CS CH GO GR Legend: Property Boundary 500’ Buffer Existing Buildings Zoning Districts MF-2 SF-2 GR GR-MU-CO GR-V-CO GR MF-2 SF-3 SF-5 SF-3 GR SF-6 SF-3 CS-1-V CS CS MF-2 LO-CO SF-6 0 200 400 800 EXHIBIT B: BRODIE CONTEXT MAP SUBMITTAL DATE: 10/27/2022 PUD CASE: C814-2021-0099 BRODIE OAKS REDEVELOPMENT 1 of 26 SITE METRICS 37.6 Acres / 1,637,856 Sq. Ft. 56% NSA; 54% GSA 5,750 Sq. Ft. 50 feet Total Site Area Proposed Impervious Cover Minimum Lot Size Minimum Lot Width Minimum Setbacks Front Street Side Yard Interior Side Yard Rear Yard 0 feet 0 feet 0 feet 0 feet LAND USE AREA METRICS Acres Building Cover Impervious Cover* Non- Residential Maximum Hotel Maximum Residential Max. % Max. Sq. Ft. Keys Sq. Ft. Units Sq. Ft. 1,400,000 200 200,000 1,700 1,500,000 11.7 .5% 5,000 -- -- -- -- Max. 95% 25.9 Land Use Area 1 Land Use Area 2 Site Total 37.6 95% 7.5% 56% *Maximum impervious cover is based on Net Site Area (NSA) and will be tracked by site plan in compliance with Exhibit H - Brodie Oaks Redevelopment Phasing Plan. Impervious Cover will be higher on a site-by-site basis. Maximum floor-to-area ratio is not applicable to the Brodie Oaks Redevelopment. L O O P 3 6 0 BARTON CREEK GREENBELT Legend: Property Boundary Private Streets with Public Access Easements Land Use Area 1 Land Use Area 2 U …

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Planning Commission November 15 2022 Agenda.pdf original pdf

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PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA Tuesday, November 15, 2022 The Planning Commission will convene in special called meeting at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, November 15, 2022 at City Hall, Boards and Commission Room 1101 301 W. Second Street, Austin, TX. Some members of the Planning Commission may be participating by videoconference. The meeting may be viewed online at: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live Greg Anderson Awais Azhar Grayson Cox Yvette Flores – Secretary Claire Hempel – Vice-Chair Patrick Howard Jennifer Mushtaler Carmen Llanes Pulido Robert Schneider Todd Shaw – Chair James Shieh – Parliamentarian Jeffrey Thompson District 2 - Vacant Ex-Officio Members Arati Singh – AISD Board of Trustees Jessica Cohen – Chair of Board of Adjustment Spencer Cronk - City Manager Richard Mendoza - Director of Public Works EXECUTIVE SESSION (No public discussion) The Planning Commission will announce it will go into Executive Session, if necessary, pursuant to Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code, to receive advice from Legal Counsel on matters specifically listed on this agenda. The Commission may not conduct a closed meeting without the approval of the city attorney. Private Consultation with Attorney – Section 551.071 Attorney: Steven Maddoux, 512-974-6080 Commission Liaison: Andrew Rivera, 512-974-6508 PUBLIC COMMUNICATION The first four (4) speakers signed up prior to the commencement of the meeting will each be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1. Approve the minutes of November 8, 2022. PUBLIC HEARINGS 2. Zoning and Rezoning: Location: Owner/Applicant: Agent: Request: Staff Rec.: Staff: 3. Restrictive Covenant Amendment: Location: Owner/Applicant: Agent: Request: Staff Rec.: Staff: C814-2021-0099 - Brodie Oaks Redevelopment PUD; District 5 4021, 4025, 4107, 4109, 4115, and 4141 South Capital of Texas Highway Northbound; 3940, 4006, 4024 - 4040, 4200, 4220, 4236 South Lamar Boulevard Southbound, Barton Creek Watershed – Barton Springs Zone Lionstone Investments, LCFRE Austin Brodie Oaks LLC (John Schaefer) Lionheart Places (Rebecca Leonard) Unzoned; GR; CS; CS-1 to PUD Recommended, with conditions Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719, wendy.rhoades@austintexas.gov Housing and Planning Department C14R-81-033(RCA) - Brodie Oaks Restrictive Covenant Amendment; District 5 4021, 4025, 4107, 4109, 4115, and 4141 South Capital of Texas Highway Northbound; 3940, 4006, 4024 - 4040, 4200, 4220, 4236 South Lamar Boulevard Southbound, Barton Creek Watershed – Barton Springs Zone; South Lamar Combined (Barton Hills) (Suspended) NP Area Lionstone Investments, LCFRE Austin Brodie Oaks LLC (John Schaefer) Armbrust & Brown, PLLC (Jewels Cain) Amend the existing …

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02 C814-2021-0099 - Brodie Oaks Redevelopment PUD; District 5.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET C14R-81-033(RCA) – Brodie Oaks Restrictive Covenant Amendment CASES: C814-2021-0099 – Brodie Oaks Redevelopment PUD DISTRICT: 5 ZONING FROM: Unzoned; GR; CS; CS-1 ADDRESS: 4021, 4025, 4107, 4109, 4115, and 4141 South Capital of Texas Highway Northbound; 3940, 4006, 4024 - 4040, 4200, 4220, 4236 South Lamar Boulevard Southbound SITE AREA: 37.606 acres PROPERTY OWNER: Lionstone Investments, LCFRE Austin Brodie Oaks LLC TO: PUD (John Schaefer) AGENT: Lionheart Places (Rebecca Leonard) CASE MANAGER: Wendy Rhoades (512-974-7719, wendy.rhoades@austintexas.gov) STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS: The Staff recommendation is to grant planned unit development (PUD) district zoning, as shown in the Land Use Plan as provided Exhibits C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, and K. For a summary of the basis of Staff’s recommendation, see pages 3 - 14. The Restrictive Covenant includes all recommendations listed in the Transportation Impact Analysis Memo, dated August 31, 2022, as provided in Attachment A. The Staff recommendation is to grant an amendment of the 1981 Restrictive Covenant and terminate the height limitations for Tracts A1, A2, A3, A4, and B as it applies to this property. For a summary of the basis of Staff’s recommendation, see pages 3 - 14. PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD: September 26, 2022: RECOMMENDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL THE BRODIE OAKS PUD AS SUPERIOR IF THE APPLICANT AGREES TO: 1) WORK WITH STAFF AND ATD TO PROVIDE 10 FREE PARKING SPACES TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK SITE; 2) AMEND THE APPLICATION TO STATE THERE WILL BE A PUBLICLY AVAILABLE RESTROOM AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK; 3) CONTINUE TO WORK WITH THE HILL COUNTRY CONSERVANCY AND AUSTIN PARKS FOUNDATION TO ENSURE THIS IS A SUSTAINABLE TRAIL ACCESSING THE BARTON CREEK GREENBELT, AND 4) INVESTIGATE AND REPORT BACK ON METHODS TO FUND OFF-SITE BARTON CREEK GREENBELT PRESERVATION AND MANAGEMENT THROUGH COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AT THE SITE (refer to Attachment C) [S. FAUST; N. BARNARD – 2ND] (9-0) D. LEWIS AND K. TAYLOR – ABSENT 1 of 111 C814-2021-0099 / C14R-81-033(RCA) Page 2 ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: November 2, 2022: PLEASE REFER TO ATTACHMENT B PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION: November 15, 2022: November 8, 2022: APPROVED A POSTPONEMENT REQUEST BY THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO NOVEMBER 15, 2022 [C. HEMPEL; J. SHIEH – 2ND] (11-0) R. SCHNEIDER – ABSENT; ONE VACANCY ON THE DAIS May 24, 2022: APPROVED AN INDEFINITE POSTPONEMENT REQUEST BY STAFF R. SCHNEIDER; J. THOMPSON – 2ND] (9-0) Y. FLORES, C. HEMPEL, J. MUSHTALER – ABSENT December …

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02 Environmental Commission Backup and Recommendation.pdf original pdf

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ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION MOTION 20221102-002 Date: November 2, 2022 Subject: Brodie Oaks Redevelopment PUD, C814-2021-0099 Seconded by: Kevin Ramberg Motion by: Jennifer Bristol WHEREAS, the Environmental Commission recognizes the applicant is Request PUD zoning for the property and; WHEREAS, the Environmental Commission recognizes that the applicant is proposing 11 acres of parkland dedication, although the density dictates 29 acres, and the applicant is proposing to address the additional 18 acres with a pay in lieu fee, and the Environmental Commission recognizes the environmental fragility of the area; and WHEREAS, the Environmental Commission recognizes the site is located in the Barton Creek Watershed and the Barton Springs Zone; and WHEREAS, the Environmental Commission recognizes that Staff recommends this PUD with conditions. THEREFORE, the Environmental Commission recommends the Brodie Oaks Redevelopment PUD with the following conditions: Staff Conditions: A. Development associated with C814-2021-0099, located at 4107 S Capital of Texas Highway, shall comply with 25-8, Subchapter A, Article 13 (Save Our Springs Initiative) at the time of permit application except as modified below. a. Section A of 25-8-514 (Pollution Prevention Required) shall be modified to allow a maximum impervious cover for the site of 56% net site area. B. Development associated with C814-2021-0099, located at 4107 S Capital of Texas Highway, shall comply with 25-8 Section A (Water Quality) at the time of permit application except as modified by the PUD ordinance. a. ECM 1.6.7.5 (D) shall be modified to allow captured runoff for beneficial reuse b. 25-8-341 shall be modified to allow cut not to exceed a maximum of fourteen (14) feet. c. 25-8-342 shall be modified to allow fill not to exceed a maximum of fourteen (14) feet. d. 25-8-281 shall be modified to allow encroachment into CEFs as indicated on Exhibit F. C. Additionally, development associated with C814-2021-0099, located at 4107 S Capital of Texas Highway, shall comply with the following requirements 1 1 of 52 a. Reduction in impervious cover from 84% NSA to 56% NSA b. Bring the site into compliance with SOS water quality treatment requirements c. Clustering impervious cover and disturbance 75-250’ away from Barton Creek Greenbelt d. Restoring 2 acres of the tract to native vegetation e. Provide 100% GSI for water quality controls f. Provide rainwater harvesting for landscape irrigation of not less than 50% of the landscaped area g. Provide superior tree protections h. Comply with Austin Green Building 3-star rating i. Exceed …

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03 C14R-81-033(RCA) - Brodie Oaks Restrictive Covenant Amendment; District 5.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET CASES: C814-2021-0099 – Brodie Oaks Redevelopment PUD DISTRICT: 5 C14R-81-033(RCA) – Brodie Oaks Restrictive Covenant Amendment ZONING FROM: Unzoned; GR; CS; CS-1 TO: PUD ADDRESS: 4021, 4025, 4107, 4109, 4115, and 4141 South Capital of Texas Highway Northbound; 3940, 4006, 4024 - 4040, 4200, 4220, 4236 South Lamar Boulevard Southbound SITE AREA: 37.606 acres PROPERTY OWNER: Lionstone Investments, LCFRE Austin Brodie Oaks LLC (John Schaefer) AGENT: Lionheart Places (Rebecca Leonard) CASE MANAGER: Wendy Rhoades (512-974-7719, wendy.rhoades@austintexas.gov) STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS: The Staff recommendation is to grant planned unit development (PUD) district zoning, as shown in the Land Use Plan as provided Exhibits C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, and K. For a summary of the basis of Staff’s recommendation, see pages 3 - 14. The Restrictive Covenant includes all recommendations listed in the Transportation Impact Analysis Memo, dated August 31, 2022, as provided in Attachment A. The Staff recommendation is to grant an amendment of the 1981 Restrictive Covenant and terminate the height limitations for Tracts A1, A2, A3, A4, and B as it applies to this property. For a summary of the basis of Staff’s recommendation, see pages 3 - 14. PARKS AND RECREATION BOARD: September 26, 2022: RECOMMENDED TO THE CITY COUNCIL THE BRODIE OAKS PUD AS SUPERIOR IF THE APPLICANT AGREES TO: 1) WORK WITH STAFF AND ATD TO PROVIDE 10 FREE PARKING SPACES TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK SITE; 2) AMEND THE APPLICATION TO STATE THERE WILL BE A PUBLICLY AVAILABLE RESTROOM AT THE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK; 3) CONTINUE TO WORK WITH THE HILL COUNTRY CONSERVANCY AND AUSTIN PARKS FOUNDATION TO ENSURE THIS IS A SUSTAINABLE TRAIL ACCESSING THE BARTON CREEK GREENBELT, AND 4) INVESTIGATE AND REPORT BACK ON METHODS TO FUND OFF-SITE BARTON CREEK GREENBELT PRESERVATION AND MANAGEMENT THROUGH COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT AT THE SITE (refer to Attachment C) [S. FAUST; N. BARNARD – 2ND] (9-0) D. LEWIS AND K. TAYLOR – ABSENT 31 of 111 C814-2021-0099 / C14R-81-033(RCA) Page 2 ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: November 2, 2022: PLEASE REFER TO ATTACHMENT B PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION: November 15, 2022: November 8, 2022: APPROVED A POSTPONEMENT REQUEST BY THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO NOVEMBER 15, 2022 [C. HEMPEL; J. SHIEH – 2ND] (11-0) R. SCHNEIDER – ABSENT; ONE VACANCY ON THE DAIS May 24, 2022: APPROVED AN INDEFINITE POSTPONEMENT REQUEST BY STAFF R. SCHNEIDER; J. THOMPSON – 2ND] (9-0) Y. FLORES, C. HEMPEL, J. MUSHTALER – ABSENT December …

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04 Brodie Oaks Redevelopment Site Specific SOS Amendment; District 5.pdf original pdf

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ITEM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION AGENDA November 2, 2022 Brodie Oaks Redevelopment PUD C814-2021-0099 Armbrust & Brown (David Armbrust) 4107 S Capital of Texas Highway COMMITTEE MEETING DATE: NAME & NUMBER OF PROJECT: NAME OF APPLICANT OR ORGANIZATION: LOCATION: COUNCIL DISTRICT: 5 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW STAFF: Leslie Lilly, Environmental Program Coordinator, (512)535- 8914, Leslie.lilly@austintexas.gov WATERSHED: Barton Creek Watershed/Barton Springs Zone REQUEST: PUD zoning for the property STAFF RECOMMENDATION: STAFF CONDITION: Staff recommended with conditions A. Development associated with C814-2021-0099, located at 4107 S Capital of Texas Highway, shall comply with 25-8, Subchapter A, Article 13 (Save Our Springs Initiative) at the time of permit application except as modified below. a. Section A of 25-8-514 (Pollution Prevention Required) shall be modified to allow a maximum impervious cover for the site of 56% net site area. B. Development associated with C814-2021-0099, located at 4107 S Capital of Texas Highway, shall comply with 25-8 Section A (Water Quality) at the time of permit application except as modified by the PUD ordinance. 1 of 424 a. ECM 1.6.7.5 (D) shall be modified to allow captured runoff for beneficial reuse b. 25-8-341 shall be modified to allow cut not to exceed a maximum of fourteen (14) feet. c. 25-8-342 shall be modified to allow fill not to exceed a maximum of fourteen (14) feet. d. 25-8-281 shall be modified to allow encroachment into CEFs as indicated on Exhibit F. C. Additionally, development associated with C814-2021-0099, located at 4107 S Capital of Texas Highway, shall comply with the following requirements a. Reduction in impervious cover from 84% NSA to 56% NSA b. Bring the site into compliance with SOS water quality treatment requirements c. Clustering impervious cover and disturbance 75’-250’ away from Barton Creek Greenbelt d. Restoring 2 acres of the tract to native vegetation e. Provide 100% GSI for water quality controls. f. Provide rainwater harvesting for landscape irrigation of not less than 50% of the landscaped area. g. Provide superior tree protections. h. Comply with Austin Green Building 3-star rating i. Exceed landscaping requirements. j. Provide superior open space and parkland dedication. 2 of 424 COMMITTEE MEETING DATE: NAME & NUMBER OF PROJECT: NAME OF APPLICANT OR ORGANIZATION: LOCATION: ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW STAFF: WATERSHED: REQUEST: COUNCIL DISTRICT: 5 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: STAFF CONDITION: ITEM FOR ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION AGENDA November 2, 2022 Brodie Oaks Redevelopment Site Specific SOS Amendment C814-2021-0099 Armbrust & Brown (David Armbrust) 4107 S Capital of …

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05 NPA-2022-0017.01 - Crestview Village; District 7.pdf original pdf

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City of Austin Housing and Plannin g Department P.O. Box 1088, Austin, TX 78767 -1088 (512) 974-3100 ♦ Fax (512) 974-3112 ♦ www .c ity o fau s tin .o rg/ h ou s in g MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: DATE: RE: Todd W. Shaw, Chair & Planning Commission Members Maureen Meredith, Senior Planner, Inclusive Planning Division Housing and Planning Department November 8, 2022 NPA-2022-0017.01_Crestview Village 6916, 6926, 6928 N. Lamar Blvd and 808, 810, 812, 906 Justin Ln Crestview/Wooten Combined Neighborhood Planning Area Staff requests a postponement of this case from the November 15, 2022 Planning Commission hearing to the December 13, 2022 hearing date to allow staff additional time to review the application. The postponement request was made in a timely manner and meets the Planning Commission’s policy. Attachment: Plan Amendment Map The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 1 of 25 The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 2 of 25

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06 NPA-2021-0010.01 - 2400 E. Cesar Chavez Parking; District 3.pdf original pdf

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City of Austin Housing and Plannin g Department P.O. Box 1088, Austin, TX 78767 -1088 (512) 974-3100 ♦ Fax (512) 974-3112 ♦ www .c ity o fau s tin .o rg/ h ou s in g MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: DATE: RE: Todd W. Shaw, Chair & Planning Commission Members Maureen Meredith, Senior Planner, Inclusive Planning Division Heather Chaffin, Senior Planner, Current Planning Division Housing and Planning Department November 8, 2022 NPA-2021-0010.01_2317 E. 2nd Street (2400 E. Cesar Chavez Parking Expansion) C14-2021-0121_2317 E. 2nd Street (2400 E. Cesar Chavez Parking Expansion) Staff requests a postponement of the above-referenced cases from the November 15, 2022 hearing to the December 13, 2022 hearing date so these cases will be on same agenda as NPA-2022-0010.03_Holly Mixed Use, a case associated with the proposed development. The postponement request was made in a timely manner and meets the Planning Commission’s policy. Attachments: Plan Amendment Map Zoning Map The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 1 of 36 The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 2 of 36 The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 3 of 36

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07 C14-2021-0121 - 2400 E. Cesar Chavez Parking; District 3.pdf original pdf

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City of Austin Housing and Plannin g Department P.O. Box 1088, Austin, TX 78767 -1088 (512) 974-3100 ♦ Fax (512) 974-3112 ♦ www .c ity o fau s tin .o rg/ h ou s in g MEMORANDUM TO: FROM: DATE: RE: Todd W. Shaw, Chair & Planning Commission Members Maureen Meredith, Senior Planner, Inclusive Planning Division Heather Chaffin, Senior Planner, Current Planning Division Housing and Planning Department November 8, 2022 NPA-2021-0010.01_2317 E. 2nd Street (2400 E. Cesar Chavez Parking Expansion) C14-2021-0121_2317 E. 2nd Street (2400 E. Cesar Chavez Parking Expansion) Staff requests a postponement of the above-referenced cases from the November 15, 2022 hearing to the December 13, 2022 hearing date so these cases will be on same agenda as NPA-2022-0010.03_Holly Mixed Use, a case associated with the proposed development. The postponement request was made in a timely manner and meets the Planning Commission’s policy. Attachments: Plan Amendment Map Zoning Map The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 1 of 37 The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 2 of 37 The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and will provide reasonable modifications and equal access to communications upon request. 3 of 37

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08 NPA-2022-0021.02 - Burleson & Ben White; District 3.pdf original pdf

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Planning Commission: November 15, 2022 NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN AMENDMENT REVIEW SHEET DATE FILED: July 28, 2022 NEIGHORHOOD PLAN: East Riverside/Oltorf Combined (Parker Lane) CASE#: NPA-2022-0021.02 PROJECT NAME: Burleson & Ben White PC DATE: November 15, 2022 ADDRESS: 3507 Burleson Rd. DISTRICT AREA: SITE AREA: 10.87 acres OWNER/APPLICANT: Stoneridge Capital Partners LTD AGENT: Vanessa Mendez, Dunaway Associates CASE MANAGER: Kathleen Fox PHONE: (512) 974-7877 STAFF EMAIL: Kathleen.Fox@austintexas.gov TYPE OF AMENDMENT: Change in Future Land Use Designation 3 From: Base District Zoning Change Office, Commercial and Single Family To: Mixed Use Related Zoning Case: None submitted Existing Zoning: LO-CO-NP, SF-3-NP and SF-2-NP NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN ADOPTION DATE: November 16, 2006 PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Pending CITY COUNCIL DATE: STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To grant the applicant’s request for Mixed Use land use. BASIS FOR STAFF’S RECOMMENDATION: The applicant is proposing an unspecified mixed-use development on an undeveloped property. Specifically, the applicant is requesting a change in the future land use map from Office, Commercial and Single Family to Mixed- December 8, 2022 1 of 178 November 15, 2022 Planning Commission Meeting Use. (The submission of a zoning application will happen after the review of the Future Land Use Map for this property by the Planning Commission and City Council.) Approximately 4 acres of the 10.8-acre site will be used for the mixed use development, while the remainder of the property will remain wooded and used as dedicated parkland. The long range planning staff recommends the applicant’s request for Mixed Use land use because the property/project: is located in an area with multifamily uses to the west, and single-family housing to the north; • would add additional multifamily units in support of the Strategic Housing Blueprint; including possible workforce housing in support of the adjacent McKinney Job Center, which is located to the south; is located along the Burleson Road Activity Corridor, which supports dense mixed use and multifamily projects; and is located along a Austin Strategic Mobility Plan Transit Priority Network Roadway. Staff noted that air pollution from the SH71 could possibly negatively impact residents living in the project area, which is adjacent to this major highway. There were no specifics given on the project. East Riverside/Oltorf Combined Neighborhood Plan Policies Related to this case. 2 • • • 2 of 178 November 15, 2022 Planning Commission Meeting 3 Affordable Housing: Goal 8 Provide affordable rental housing opportunities through the redevelopment of existing multifamily developments. 3 of …

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09 NPA-2022-0007.01 - 10810 Newmont Rd; District 4.pdf original pdf

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Planning Commission – November 15, 2022 DATE FILED: February 24, 2022 (In-cycle) NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN AMENDMENT REVIEW SHEET 10810 Newmont Road NEIGHORHOOD PLAN: North Austin Civic Association (NACA) CASE#: NPA-2022-0007.01 PROJECT NAME: 10810 Newmont Road PC DATES: November 15, 2022 November 8, 2022 September 27, 2022 August 9, 2022 ADDRESS/ES: DISTRICT AREA: SITE AREA: 0.304 acres OWNER/APPLICANT: 10810 Newmont Apartments, LLC/Kinereth Polner AGENT: Kim Polner CASE MANAGER: Maureen Meredith STAFF EMAIL: Maureen.Meredith@austintexas.gov TYPE OF AMENDMENT: Change in Future Land Use Designation PHONE: (512) 974-2695 4 From: Single Family Base District Zoning Change Related Zoning Case: C14-2022-0136 From: SF-2-NP To: GO-MU-NP NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN ADOPTION DATE: June 29, 2000 CITY COUNCIL DATE: TBD ACTION: To: Mixed Use/Office (as amended on August 11, 2022) 1 of 239 Planning Commission – November 15, 2022 PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: November 15, 2022 November 8, 2022 - (action pending) September 27, 2022 – Postponed to November 8, 2022 on the consent agenda at the request of staff. [C. Hempel – 1st; G. Cox – 2nd] Vote: 9-0 [J. Mushtaler, J. Thompson, and R. Schneider absent. One vacancy on the dais]. August 9, 2022 – Postponed to September 27, 2022 on the consent agenda at the request of staff. [A. Azhar – 1st; C. Hempel – 2nd] Vote: 9-0 [G. Anderson off the dais. J. Mushtaler, S.R. Praxis and R. Schneider absent]. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Recommended BASIS FOR STAFF’S RECOMMENDATION: Staff supports the applicant’s request for Mixed Use/Office because there is Mixed Use land use across the street and Commercial land use to the north. Mixed Use/Office land use will serve as a step-down buffer to the single-family zoning and land use south of the property. Commercial Single Family Commercial Mixed Use 2 of 239 Planning Commission – November 15, 2022 LAND USE DESCRIPTIONS EXISTING LAND USE ON THE PROPERTY Single family - Detached or two family residential uses at typical urban and/or suburban densities. Purpose 1. Preserve the land use pattern and future viability of existing neighborhoods; 2. Encourage new infill development that continues existing neighborhood patterns of development; and 3. Protect residential neighborhoods from incompatible business or industry and the loss of existing housing. Application 1. Existing single‐family areas should generally be designated as single family to preserve established neighborhoods; and 2. May include small lot options (Cottage, Urban Home, Small Lot Single Family) and two‐family residential options (Duplex, Secondary Apartment, Single Family Attached, Two‐Family Residential) in areas …

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10 C14-2022-0136 - 10810 Newmont Rd; District 4.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET DISTRICT: 4 TO: GO-MU-NP CASE: C14-2022-0136 (10810 Newmont Rd) ZONING FROM: SF-2-NP ADDRESS: 10810 Newmont Road SITE AREA: 0.304 acres PROPERTY OWNER: 10810 Newmont Apartments LLC (Kinereth Polner) CASE MANAGER: Sherri Sirwaitis (512-974-3057, sherri.sirwaitis@austintexas.gov) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends GO-MU-NP, General Office-Mixed Use-Neighborhood Plan Combining District, zoning. PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION / RECOMMENDATION: November 15, 2022 CITY COUNCIL ACTION: ORDINANCE NUMBER: 1 of 2010 C14-2022-0136 ISSUES: 2 An Amnesty Certificate of Occupancy (CO) was granted for a Site Plan Exemption request for this property on January 21, 2022, as construction of the existing development was started prior to annexation (please see Exhibit C). CASE MANAGER COMMENTS: The property under consideration is developed with a 2 story,10-unit multifamily structure on a 0.304 acre lot. The lots to the north are zoned CS-NP and are developed with office and warehouse uses. To the south, there is SF-2-NP zoning with a single family residence. The lot to the east, across Newmont Road, is zoned GR-MU-CO-NP and is used as an automotive repair business. The lots to the west are zoned SF-2-NP and developed with a duplex residential use and single family residences. The applicant is requesting GO-MU-NP zoning to bring the existing multifamily residential use into conformance with use regulations in the Land Development Code. The staff recommends GO-MU-NP zoning at this location because the site under consideration meets the intent of the office district and mixed use combining district. GO- MU-NP zoning will bring the existing multifamily residential use into conformance with the Land Development Code regulations and will provide for a transition in the intensity of uses from the commercial zoning to the north to the single family zoning to the south. Office- Mixed Use zoning is appropriate for this tract because the property is located midblock, not at an intersection where more intensive commercial zoning is typically located. GO-MU-NP zoning allows for the same residential unit density as MF-4 zoning and will permit civic, office and low density commercial uses, as well as residential uses on the property. The neighborhood planning staff is recommending a proposed FLUM change from Single Family to Mixed Use/Office for this site in related case, NPA-2021-0007.01. The applicant agrees with the staff’s recommendation. BASIS OF RECOMMENDATION: 1. The proposed zoning should be consistent with the purpose statement of the district sought. General Office district is intended for offices and selected commercial uses predominately …

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11 C814-97-0001.15 - Leander Rehabilitation PUD Amendment #16; District 6.pdf original pdf

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MEMORANDUM ************************************************************************ TO: Planning Commission Members FROM: Sherri Sirwaitis Housing and Planning Department DATE: November 10, 2022 RE: (Leander Rehabilitation PUD Amendment #16) C814-97-0001.15 Postponement Request ************************************************************************ The applicant and the staff would like to request a postponement of the above mentioned case to December 13, 2022. We are asking for this postponement so that the applicant can submit an update to address outstanding comments and to allow the staff time to complete our review of this PUD amendment request. The postponement request was made in a timely manner and meets the Planning Commission’s policy.

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12 C14-2022-0206 - 1517 Kramer Lane; District 4.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET CASE: C14-2022-0206 (1517 Kramer Lane) DISTRICT: 4 ADDRESS: 1517 Kramer Lane ZONING FROM: LO-MU-CO-NP TO: GO-MU-CO-NP SITE AREA: 2.476 acres PROPERTY OWNER: Joseph M. Hood and Tina M. Hood AGENT: Drenner Group, PC (Leah M. Bojo) CASE MANAGER: Sherri Sirwaitis (512-974-3057, sherri.sirwaitis@austintexas.gov) STAFF RECOMMEDATION: Staff recommends GO-MU-CO-NP, General Office-Mixed Use-Conditional Overlay- Neighborhood Plan Combining District, zoning. The conditional overlay will maintain the following prohibited uses on this tract from Ordinance No. 030434-19: Club or Lodge, Communication Service Facilities, Community Recreation (Private and Public), Counseling Services, Private Secondary Educational Facilities, Safety Services and College and University Facilities. PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION / RECOMMENDATION: October 11, 2022: Postponed to November 15, 2022 at the applicant's request by consent (11-0, C. Llanes-Pulido-absent); A. Azhar-1st, C. Hempel-2nd. November 15, 2022 CITY COUNCIL ACTION: ORDINANCE NUMBER: 1 of 1412 C14-2022-0206 2 ISSUES: N/A CASE MANAGER COMMENTS: The property in question is currently developed with a medical office use (Kramer Lane Chiropractic). The lots to the north, across Kramer Lane, are developed with single-family residences and an undeveloped area that access Cricket Hollow Drive. The lots behind the site under consideration to the south are developed with single family, townhouse and duplex residences that front onto Macmora Road and No Mor Cove, respectively. To the east, there is floodplain and a religious assembly use (Alliance Church). The lots to the west along Kramer Lane are developed with office and civic uses. In this case, the applicant is requesting GO-MU-CO-NP zoning to redevelop the property with an approximately 52-unit multifamily residential use (please see Applicant’s Request Letter – Exhibit C). The staff recommends the applicant’s request for GO-MU-CO-NP, General Office-Mixed Use-Conditional Overlay-Neighborhood Plan Combining District, zoning. The site under consideration meets the intent of the base district as it is located on a major roadway, Kramer Lane, and will serve community and city wide needs. There is existing office-mixed use zoning to the west and office and civic uses to the east and west. The property fronts onto and takes access to a Level 3 arterial roadway, with sidewalks and bike lanes. It is located 0.38 miles from North Burnet/Gateway Regional Center and within 0.38 miles of the North Braker Lane Activity Corridor. The applicant agrees with the staff’s recommendation. BASIS OF RECOMMENDATION: 1. The proposed zoning should be consistent with the purpose statement of the district sought. General Office district is intended for …

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13 C14-2022-0076 - 3100 Guadalupe; District 9.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET DISTRICT: 9 ZONING TO: CS-1-CO-NP CASE: C14-2022-0076 – 3100 Guadalupe St ADDRESS: 3100 Guadalupe Street ZONING FROM: CS-CO-NP TOTAL SITE AREA: 0.075 acres (3,277 square feet) PROPERTY OWNER: Leigh Family Trust (Alice G. Kaspar, Trustee) AGENT: Drenner Group, PC (Amanda Swor) CASE MANAGER: Wendy Rhoades (512-974-7719, wendy.rhoades@austintexas.gov) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The Staff recommendation is to grant commercial-liquor sales – conditional overlay – neighborhood plan (CS-1-CO-NP) combining district zoning. The Conditional Overlay 1) limits building height to 40 feet, 2) establishes that a drive-in service as an accessory use to a commercial use is a conditional use, 3) prohibits drive-in service as an accessory use to a restaurant (general and limited) use, 4) prohibits Art workshops, Campground, Exterminating services, Kennels, and Vehicle storage, and 5) establishes Automotive repair services, Building maintenance services, Club or lodge, Commercial blood plasma center, Commercial off-street parking, Construction sales and services, Convenience storage, Drop-off recycling collection center, Equipment repair services, Equipment sales, Hospital services (general), Laundry services, Off-site accessory parking, and Service station as conditional uses. For a summary of the basis of Staff’s recommendation, see pages 2-3. PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION / RECOMMENDATION: November 15, 2022: October 25, 2022: APPROVED A POSTPONEMENT REQUEST BY THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO NOVEMBER 15, 2022 [J. THOMPSON; R. SCHNEIDER – 2ND] (10-0) C. HEMPEL, T. SHAW – ABSENT; ONE VACANCY ON THE COMMISSION CITY COUNCIL ACTION: To be scheduled ORDINANCE NUMBER: 1 of 1313 C14-2022-0076 Page 2 ISSUES: On Wednesday, August 24th, the Applicant had a virtual meeting to discuss the case with representatives of the Heritage Neighborhood Association. CASE MANAGER COMMENTS: The subject rezoning area contains a 1,000 square foot personal services use within an existing commercial building and an adjacent 2,277 square foot portion of the parking lot extending to East 31st Half Street. The site containing the rezoning area is bounded by East 31st Half Street on the north, Guadalupe Street on the east, and East 31st Street on the south. Driveway access is limited to East 31st Half and East 31st Street. The rezoning area is part of Tract 209 within the West University neighborhood plan approved by Council in September 2004, and has general commercial services – conditional overlay – neighborhood plan CS- CO-NP) district zoning. The conditional overlay establishes a 40-foot height limit, and conditional and prohibited uses, and applies several to other tracts along Guadalupe as well. There are restaurants and …

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14 C14-2022-0131 - SE Norwood CO Amendment; District 2.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET CASE: C14-2022-0131 – SE Norwood CO Amendment DISTRICT: 2 (Will Pitts) AGENT: Thrower Design, LLC (Victoria Haase) ZONING FROM / TO: CS-MU-CO-NP, to change a condition of zoning ADDRESS: 4603, 4605, and 4611 Norwood Lane SITE AREA: 1.874 acres PROPERTY OWNER: Wiljam Holdings LLC CASE MANAGER: Wendy Rhoades (512-974-7719, wendy.rhoades@austintexas.gov) STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The Staff recommendation is to grant general commercial services – conditional overlay – neighborhood plan (CS-CO-NP) combining district zoning. The Conditional Overlay would be modified to: 1) remove construction sales and services from the prohibited use list in Ordinance No. 030424-28 as shown in Exhibit B, 2) require a 15-foot wide vegetative buffer along the west property line of Lots 21 and 22, Blue Bonnet Gardens (4603 and 4605 Norwood Lane), 3) require a 15-foot wide vegetative buffer along the north property line, and 4) prohibit vehicular access to Norwood Lane except for emergency access. The basis of Staff’s recommendation is provided on pages 2 - 3. PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION / RECOMMENDATION: November 15, 2022: CITY COUNCIL ACTION: December 8, 2022: ORDINANCE NUMBER: ISSUES: The Applicant is in agreement with the Staff recommendation to rezone the property to CS- CO-NP. The Applicant has reached out to representatives of the Southeast Combined Neighborhood Plan Contact Team. CASE MANAGER COMMENTS: The subject rezoning area consists of a portion of one platted lot and two (whole) platted lots located on Norwood Lane. The subject site is currently zoned general commercial services – mixed use – conditional overlay – neighborhood plan (CS-MU-CO-NP) combining district C14-2022-0131 Page 2 zoning. The subject site contains three single family residences. There are other single-family residences on Norwood Lane to the northeast (CS-MU-CO-NP), undeveloped property, a detached residential structure and detached storage building to the south and southeast that is under the same ownership and proposed for development with the subject rezoning area (CS- NP), and residential uses (multifamily residential, single family residences across Norwood Lane to the northwest (CS-MU-CO-NP). Please refer to Exhibits A (Zoning Map) and A-1 (Aerial Exhibit). In April 2003, the subject property and the remainder of the blocks on the north and south sides of Norwood Lane were rezoned to CS-MU-CO-NP following Council direction provided at the conclusion of the Southeast Neighborhood Plan. Because the properties are within the Airport Overlay Zone 3 (AO-3, also known as the ½ mile buffer zone), new residential development is not allowed …

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15 C14-2022-0070 - Springdale Commercial (Tract 2) Amended; District 3.pdf original pdf

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************************************************************************ MEMORANDUM TO: Todd Shaw, Chair Planning Commission Members FROM: Heather Chaffin, Senior Planner Housing and Planning Department DATE: November 15, 2022 RE: Springdale Commercial -- C14-2022-0015 Springdale Commercial (Tract 2) Amended – C14-2022-0070 Postponement Request by Staff ************************************************************************ Staff requests a postponement of these related cases from the November 15, 2022, Planning Commission agenda to the December 13, 2022, commission agenda. Additional information is being gathered regarding these properties. 1 of 115

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16 C14-2022-0015 - Springdale Commercial; District 3.pdf original pdf

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************************************************************************ MEMORANDUM TO: Todd Shaw, Chair Planning Commission Members FROM: Heather Chaffin, Senior Planner Housing and Planning Department DATE: November 15, 2022 RE: Springdale Commercial -- C14-2022-0015 Springdale Commercial (Tract 2) Amended – C14-2022-0070 Postponement Request by Staff ************************************************************************ Staff requests a postponement of these related cases from the November 15, 2022, Planning Commission agenda to the December 13, 2022, commission agenda. Additional information is being gathered regarding these properties. 1 of 116

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17 C14-2022-0120 - 5003 Burnet, LLC; District 7.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET CASE: C14-2020-0120 (5003 Burnet, LLC) DISTRICT: 7 ADDRESS: 5003 Burnet Road ZONING FROM: CS-MU-V-CO-NP TO: CS-1-MU-V-CO-NP SITE AREA: 0.267 acres PROPERTY OWNER: 5003 Burnet, LLC (Najib Wehbe) AGENT: Hector Consulting (Hector Avila) CASE MANAGER: Sherri Sirwaitis (512-974-3057, sherri.sirwaitis@austintexas.gov) STAFF RECOMMEDATION: Staff recommends CS-1-MU-V-CO-NP, Commercial-Liquor Sales-Mixed Use-Vertical Mixed Use Building-Conditional Overlay, Neighborhood Plan Combining District. The conditional overlay will maintain the conditions from the Brentwood Neighborhood Plan rezoning ordinance (Ordinance No. 040513-33A) for Tract 50b to prohibit the following uses: Agricultural sales and services, Campground, Commercial blood plasma center, Drop-off recycling collection facility, Equipment repair services, Equipment sales, Kennels, Outdoor entertainment, Outdoor sports and recreation and Vehicle Storage. In addition, Construction sales and services use is a conditional use. The staff also recommends prohibiting the Cocktail lounge use on the property. PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION / RECOMMENDATION: October 11, 2022: Postponed to November 15, 2022 at the applicant's request by consent (11-0, C. Llanes-Pulido-absent); A. Azhar-1st, C. Hempel-2nd. November 15, 2022 CITY COUNCIL ACTION: ORDINANCE NUMBER: 1 of 4217 C14-2022-0120 ISSUES: N/A CASE MANAGER COMMENTS: 2 The property in question contains a vacant 3,000 sq. ft. structure on a platted lot, with a billboard sign, that fronts onto Burnet Road. The lot to the north is developed with commercial uses (Eye Physicians of Austin, Korman Jewelry, Citizen Eatery). The tract to the south contains is a vacant restaurant use (formerly Sonic Drive In). To the east, there is a parking area and single-family residences. The lots to the west, across Burnet Road are developed with a monument retail sales use, an office use (David Manning Architecture), a restaurant use (500 Burnet Food) and a retail sales use (Wilson Jewelers). In this rezoning request, the applicant is asking for CS-1-MU-V-CO-NP zoning to redevelop the existing structure with a liquor store use. The staff recommends CS-1-MU-V-CO-NP, Commercial-Liquor Sales-Mixed Use-Vertical Mixed Use Building-Conditional Overlay, Neighborhood Plan Combining District, zoning. The site meets intent of the CS-1 base district as it is takes access to Burnet Road, a Level 3 arterial roadway. The proposed zoning is compatible with surrounding zoning patterns as there is CS-MU-V-CO-NP and GR-MU-V-CO-NP zoning to the north and south, GO-MU- CO-NP zoning to the east and CS-V zoning, across Burnet Road to the west. The property is surrounded by commercial and office uses and is located within the Burnet Road Activity Corridor as identified on the Growth Concept …

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18 C14H-2022-0139 - Felts-Moss House; District 10.pdf original pdf

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ZONING CHANGE REVIEW SHEET CC Date: December 1, 2022 CASE NUMBER: C14H-2022-0139 HLC DATE: November 2, 2022 PC DATE: November 15, 2022 APPLICANT: J. Pieratt (owner-initiated) HISTORIC NAME: Felts-Moss House WATERSHED: Shoal Creek ADDRESS OF PROPOSED ZONING CHANGE: 2311 Woodlawn Blvd. ZONING CHANGE: SF-3 to SF-3-H COUNCIL DISTRICT: 10 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the proposed zoning change from family residence (SF-3) to family residence-historic landmark (TOD-H-NP) combining district zoning. QUALIFICATIONS FOR LANDMARK DESIGNATION: Architecture, historical associations, and historical associations under Criteria Consideration G of the National Register of Historic Places as defined in Land Development Code § 25-2- 352(A)(1). HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION ACTION: Grant the applicant’s request to rezone the property from family residence (SF-3) to family residence-historic landmark (TOD-H-NP) combining district zoning (11-0). PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION: CITY COUNCIL ACTION: CASE MANAGER: Kalan Contreras NEIGHBORHOOD ORGANIZATIONS: Austin Independent School District, Austin Lost and Found Pets, Austin Neighborhoods Council, Friends of Austin Neighborhoods, Homeless Neighborhood Association, Neighborhood Empowerment Foundation, Old Enfield Homeowners Assn., Pease Neighborhood Association, Preservation Austin, SELTexas, Save Historic Muny District, Shoal Creek Conservancy, Sierra Club, Austin Regional Group DEPARTMENT COMMENTS: N/a BASIS FOR RECOMMENDATION: § 25-2-352(3)(c)(i) Architecture. The property embodies the distinguishing characteristics of a recognized architectural style, type, or method of construction; exemplifies technological innovation in design or construction; displays high artistic value in representing ethnic or folk art, architecture, or construction; represents a rare example of an architectural style in the city; serves as an outstanding example of the work of an architect, builder, or artisan who significantly contributed to the development of the city, state, or nation; possesses cultural, historical, or architectural value as a particularly fine or unique example of a utilitarian or vernacular structure; or represents an architectural curiosity or one-of-a-kind building. PHONE: 512-974-2727 The 1938 house is a good example of Georgian Revival architecture constructed by central Texas architect Lee M. Smith. It was the first building constructed on Woodlawn Boulevard. According to the application: In 1938, Lee M. Smith's architectural office was at 311 W. 7th St. Smith first appears in the Austin City Directory of 1935 as an architect working for Van C. Kelly Lumber Company, then in the Austin City Directory of 1937 as an architect with Calcasieu Lumber Company, which had its own stable of building designers, most of whom were not certified architects (registration of architects did not begin until the 1930s). He appears to have had …

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