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04-10-00 Town Council Packet '�DQAWV PAWCTOP SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION 04-10-2000 2:00 — 3:00 P.M. MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION -- Joe Kracum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No packet information 3:00 — 3:45 LAND USE CODE DISCUSSION -- Leslie Klusmire/Victoria Giannola/Steve Connor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 3:45 —4:45 PARCEL "N" EMPLOYEE HOUSING DISCUSSION • Site Plans, Floor Plans, Scheduling -- Joe Coffey/Scott Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 6 Council-- See Attachment I 4:45 — 5:00 ENTRYWAY SIGN DISCUSSION -- Kevin Costello. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . No packet information 5:00 — 5:20 WOODRUN DUMPSTER CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN DISCUSSION -- Hunt Walker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 15 Council-- See Attachment II 5:20— 5:30 BREAK +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING 04-10-2000 CALL TO ORDER AT 5:30 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: JOINT MEETING WITH SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION • SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II SKETCH PLAN APPLICANT PRESENTATION • PRE-SKETCH PLAN PROCESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 17 Council -- See Attachment 111 Item No. 3: EXECUTIVE SESSION TOWN MANAGER'S ANNUAL REVIEW - Colorado Revised Statutes 24-6-402 (3) (a) - Snowmass Village Municipal Code Chapter 2, Article III, Section 2-45, Executive Sessions. 04-10-00tc Page 2 Item No. 4: ADJOURNMENT NOTE: ALL ITEMS AND TIMES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE OF THE TOWN CLERK AT 923-3777 ON THE DAY OF THE MEETING FOR ANY AGENDA CHANGES. Communiqu6 To: Gary Suiter From: Leslie Klusmire RE: Final Draft of Housing Mitigation Section of Article 4 Date: April 3, 2000 The attached proposed revision to the Housing Mitigation section of Article 4 includes: • The revised job generation rates discussed at the Council's April 3 meeting. • Removal of reference of multiple job holding multiplier from formula(now incorporated directly into job generation rates • Further revisions to redevelopment credit as directed by Council All other revisions have been previously discussed by Council Recommendation: The Council should approve or revise this draft so that the staff may include it in an ordinance revising Article 4. If you are able to give staff final direction at your meeting on April 10,we will have the entire Article 4 to you on April 24 for review. 4/10/2000 Proposed Division 4. Standards for Restricted Housing Sec. 16A-4-400. Purpose. To alleviate the shortage of adequate housing for persons of low, moderate or middle income, provisions for comfortable and affordable housing in locations approved by the Town Council shall be made to accommodate ut)to 80% of the employees generated by development and redevelopment and their families. (Ord.4-1998 §1) Sec. 16A-4-410. Restricted housing requirements. (0) QRS Wfi&Od POF 00HI (10094) 8f SHOM41RaSS Village hfflpl85'e@9 Shall Be Moused. :pie de%,elepeF (b) Job Generation Rates. Job generation rates vary by the type of employment. The job generation rates found in Table 4-5,Job Generation Rates Per Type of Use, shall be applied to each type of use in the development at its maximum annual (peak) employment impact on the community. A reduction factor taking into consideration multiple job holding averages for each type of use has been factored into the number of iobs created (multipliers are available for review in the Community Development Department). For any use not listed, the Planning Director shall determine the applicable job generation rate by consulting recognized professional publications or studies completed for resort communities similar to the Town. TABLE 4-5 JOB GENERATION RATES PER TYPE OF USE Type of Use Number of Jobs Generated Commercial including general retail,grocery, 6:94 4.83 jobs per 1,000 interior square feet liquor,convenience Office 4-44 3.68 jobs per 1,000 interior square feet Multi-family and Fractional Ownership/Time 0:66 .61 jobs per unit Share Units Single-family/Duplex up to 3500 sq. ft. 0734- .29 jobs per lot Single-family/Duplex 3500 sq. ft.and over 4-.7 1.58 jobs per lot HotelUdge 0-.44.38 jobs per room which is furnished to accommodate sleeping occupants Ski Area Restaurants—Cafeteria Style 3-30 3.59jobs per 1,000 interior square feet Restaurants W 5.16 jobs per 1,000 interior square feet Ski Areas 52-6 61.95 jobs per 1,000 skiers at one time ►V Conference Center 0.97 jobs per 1,000 interior square feet Health Club 44-7.96 jobs per 1,000 interior square feet detwmined in Subseetien (a), job GeneFation Rates, shall be divided by efte and thfee tenths (1.3), genewed by the Elevelopment. (c) Square Footage Per Employee. For that number of employees required to be housed in restricted housing, as determined in Subsections (a)through (c) above, the developer shall be responsible for the creation of a total square footage equal to four hundred forty-eight (448) square feet (as measured in Section 16A-3-210(b), Measuring Floor Area) for each employee to be housed. The total square footage for which the developer shall be responsible shall be provided in dwelling units whose size shall be within the range of sizes described in Subsection (e), Size Ranges of Restricted Dwelling Units. The unit mix and methods of providing housing shall be determined as described in Section 16A-4-420, Methods of Complying With Requirements. (d) Size Ranges of Restricted Dwelling Units. Table 4-6, Size Ranges of Restricted Dwelling Units, establishes the minimum and maximum size range of restricted dwelling units, to ensure that the size of dwelling units contributed by a developer is appropriate. All units contributed by a developer shall meet these size limits. TABLE 4-6 SIZE RANGES OF RESTRICTED DWELLING UNITS Minimum Size(sq.ft.) Maximum Size(sq. Type of Unit ft.) Studio 448 550 One-bedroom 550 750 Two-bedroom 750 1080 Three-bedroom 1150 1350 (e) Redevelopment. In the case of redeveloped properties, the developer shall receive a credit of 115% of the housing mitigation that would be required on the existing square footage of the building to o be redeveloped. (f) Summary of Formula. In summary, the total restricted housing square footage the developer shall provide shall be calculated in accordance with the following formula: Number of jobs generated/-1,3448 square feet x.80 The total restricted housing square footage the developer shall provide for redevelopment projects shall be calculated in accordance with the following formula: (Number of total post-redevelopment jobs generated /448 square feet x .80) — (Existing pre- redevelopment jobs generated/448 square feet x 1.15) (Ord. 4-1998§1;Ord. I1-1998 §1) Sec. 16A-4-420. Methods of complying with requirements. Restricted housing shall be provided as follows: (1) Housing shall be provided as follows: a. During preliminary At eeneeptual review of the project, the Town Council shall, using adopted guidelines, determine the mix and configuration of restricted units to be provided, fair and reasonable rental rates for each type of restricted unit, estimates of occupancy rates and operating budget including maintenance and operating, and the effect of the proposed restricted units on the overall restricted housing inventory in the Town. The criteria shall be the Comprehensive Plan,the most recent estimations of housing needs and rental rates based on a minimum of twenty-four percent (24%) of an employee's gross annual income. The Town shall undertake a study every other year to provide estimates of average employee income and a determination of housing needs. b. Developer responsibilities. The developer shall be responsible for planning and development approvals for any housing proposed to mitigate employee impact. The developer shall provide adequate land for project and shall be responsible for the full costs of constructing of the project. Upon issuance of a certificate of occupancy,the developer shall convey the project free and clear of any monetary liens or restraints on alienation to the Town, which shall thereafter own and manage any restricted units. The developer shall warrant that the project is free of any construction defects for a period of one(1)year from the issuance of an unconditional certificate of occupancy for the project or as occupancy of individual buildings by the Town occurs, whichever first occurs. (2) Units or lots associated with a free market project. When restricted units are included in a free market project and are provided for the employees of the project, such restricted units or lots shall be provided as follows: a. The units or lots shall be restricted at the same rates charged by the Town for similar size units or lots with similar amenities. If there are no comparable units, the Town and the owner shall agree on an amount which may be charged for rent, or a maximum sales price. Rental or sales prices shall be adjusted annually based on the inflation index used by Town. b. Annual notification to Town of prices. The owner shall notify the Town, on or before September 1 of each year, of the rental or sale prices to be charged in the coming year. (3) Cash-in-lieu. The Town may, at the Town Council's discretion, accept cash-in-lieu of restricted employee housing in the following instances: a. The Town Council may accept cash-in-lieu of restricted housing the development is minor in nature(such as,but not limited to,an addition to an existing structure),the Town Council may permit a developer to contribute cash-in-lieu to meet his or her entire restricted housing requirement. b. Costs to be included. Cash-in-lieu of employee housing shall include an amount sufficient to cover and purchase land and all related planning, construction and construction management costs of the project, in current dollars, which would be incurred by the Town in order to provide the required amount of restricted housing. The amount incurred by the town is the subsidy necessary to provide housing at restricted rental or sale pricing(difference between the project's actual cost and the revenue projected from its sale or rental over the term of the construction loan). (4) The Town shall grant to the developer of one-family lots restricted in a manner approved by the Town Council,employee housing credits in an amount equal to 448 square feet x the average occupancy for single family homes according to the most recent US Census statistics as determined by the Planning Director for each restricted lot created. (Ord.4-1998 §1;Ord. 11-1998 §3) 600 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: 04-10-00 BY: Scott Smith STAFF: Joe Coffey SUBJECT: Parcel "N" Site Plan, Floor Plans and Schedules OVERVIEW: The site plan in your packet dated April 6th is the plan we have presented to you before. Scott will present a new floor plan on April 10th which will reduce excavation, site retaining walls, and the visual height of the south sides (Ridge side) to two stories instead of three stories. A new three-bedroom type "A" floor plan will be presented to go with the new site plan. We feel this new plan may integrate the buildings to the site with less impact. Two preliminary development schedules are included, one schedule allows for the full bidding process and the other schedule assumes we use a Construction Management General Contractor process like we used on the Mountain View Phase II project. The bidding process schedule is longer and does not allow for contractor imput on construction methods and possible building design recommendations,which may reduce costs. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: N/A BOARD OF COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff feels the site plan and floor plans presented on April 10th are the best plans for this site. Staff would like direction on the development schedules presented. ?PFJ..VM4RY.9EV-Ek OPMENT SCHEDULE OPTION "B" (FULL BID PROCESS] TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PARCEL "N" TOWNHOME PROJECT APRIL 6, 2000 1. Design information to Alan Richman for Application preparation 5/12 2. Submit"Preliminary Plan' P.U.D. Application 5/26 3. P&Z Review(4 weeks +/-) approval 6/22 4. Council Review/Approval (4 weeks) 7/24 5. "Final Application" submission 7/28 (Alan & Steve prepare during `Prelim. Review') 6. Final Approval (2 weeks) 8111 7. Construction Documents a. Regular schedule 8/11 - 10/20 (10 weeks) b. Accelerated: (Early start for Construction Documents) 7117-9/25 (10 weeks) 8. Permit Review 9. Bidding/Contract Negotiations 9125- 10/30 10. Start construction (Site Work) 10/31 NOTES: 1. Early Architectural Design Development Phase could take place 5126— 7117 Design Development and Construction Documents started in advance of Final Approvals may have potential risk for additional design services due to changes that may be required. 2. This is a *Beet Case" schedule estimation and does not Include time for any revisions/resubmittals due to approvals process. 2 3BR 36R 2)28 �� tic) \ w � i 3BR A' a /52 \ 4 \ x �I2Ert 28RA b ' O ro ss lcXVl w 3ER q+ H I3BRA' 3 b \ � K R \ H � G H R �owiv a�= i�c� mS V�PoJ� a TE PAN A r I r a rn z < rn Ul r t.t -1 ol ----ll � xaN uo M rn a ° X A Q 3 n reu�ecT' OWN C AC9E , i.:.0 ve• . _o' <,eioo -IOU51NC ;��c,.=G- RENO SMITH AI CIIITECT_. 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Please note that this plan was developed from a field site visit without topographic information; therefore,the location of the retaining walls has been estimated. For the same reason the slope of the driveways in and out of the site is unknown. If we are able to acquire the approximate 3,000 sq.ft. of land from the Woodrun 5 Homeowners Association necessary to do this plan. the Town will have the opportunity to screen the dumpster shed in a manner similar to the Meadow Road and Sinclair Road sites. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: Although we do not have enough site information to make an accurate cost estimate,this project could cost up to double the what the Sinclair Road project cost. The need for retaining walls and extra excavation will drive the costs of this project higher. The Sinclair Road project cost $140,000. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: If the Council feels this site plan is appropriate for the existing location, staff recommends the Town present this site plan to the Woodrun 5 Homeowners Association for their review. 00� ,'!!�MOW C: \dwgs\woodtrash.dwg Thu Apr 06 13: 44: 59 2000 COPYRIGHT THE ROSS PARTNERSHIP, P.C. 1999 I I \ �2 o e •e • • c � it o 'b o is F 4 O• o 4V'. EZ2 4 Eg 4 .. '.• a Ry. • .� a- .. e � \ � 4 IN VO e A .. • \\ • • \ rr �e \4 e. y� • e e j R f • pp06fuw-416100 TODD HOAR TM HOSE PASPNERMP, P.C. irA3TE CONTADu= SHED —� �CffiT6C1'O� k PROMT YATLOMCDIr rOW N OF SNOWN18M vnLCa POBUC WOMB R0..R tlY Y.lOA O� YMYI/.mYi WOW - a.g5,.000trasn.owg a.o Aor 06 13:44.59 2000 COPYRIGHT THE ROSS 'PARTNERSHIP. P.O. :399 tN 1 i I ' O tN Al ; Jill `. TODD RM RM PMMEW F Tom C0Nfan Bm COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 10, 2000 at 5:30 PM in a Regular Meeting Presented By: Victoria Giannola, Planning Director Subject: Snowmass Club, Phase II, Sketch Plan. Overview: 1.) The Aspen Skiing Company has submitted a Sketch Plan 1. Background application for Phase II of the Snowmass Club. 2. Issues 2.) The applicant will present their proposal to both the 3. Alternatives Planning Commission and the Town Council at this Joint Meeting as required by the Municipal Code. 3.) The submittal will be referred to the Planning Commission for a formal recommendation to Town Council following this Joint Meeting. Recommendation: Allow the applicant to present their proposal and allow the Council, Commission, and public to address the applicant regarding the proposal. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: April 10, 2000 at 5:30 PM in a Regular Meeting Presented By: Victoria Giannola, Planning Director Subject: Planning Commission Resolution No. 08, Series of 2000 -A Resolution Recommending Amendment to Ordinance No. 09 Creating a Pre-Sketch Plan Procedure in the Municipal Codes. Overview: 1.) Town Council held a first reading of Ordinance No. 09 on 1. Background March 6, 2000. 2. Issues 2•) The Planning Commission reviewed the Pre-Sketch Plan 3. Alternatives language on April 5, 2000. 3.) Attached is the Planning Commission's Resolution No. 08, regarding recommended amendments to the Pre-Sketch Plan process prior to proceeding to the second reading. Recommendation: Adoption of Planning Commission Resolution No. 08, Series of 12000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANNING COMMISSION RESOLUTION NO. 08 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION FOR THE PLANNING COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATION OF APPROVAL WITH AMENDMENTS OF A NEW PLAN SUBMISSION PROCEDURE, A PRE-SKETCH PLAN PROCESS, AS SECTION 16A-1-55, TO THE TOWN COUNCIL. WHEREAS, the Town of Snowmass Village (°Author"), is proposing a new plan submittal procedure to allow the submission of a Pre-Sketch Plan, as shown on Exhibit A; and WHEREAS, a public meeting was held before the Planning Commission on April 5`"• 2000 to receive public comment; and WHEREAS, said request was considered by the Planning Commission pursuant to Section 16A-5-210 of the Town of Snowmass Village Land Use and Development Code ("Municipal Code"); and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed the proposal and heard the recommendations of the Town Staff; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Planning Commission of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: Section One: Findings 1. The Town has submitted sufficient information pursuant to Section 16A-5-210 of the Municipal Code to permit the Town Staff and the Planning Commission an adequate review of the proposed new plan submittal process, the Pre-Sketch Plan. 2. All public notification requirements, as specified within Section 16A-5- 60(b) of the Municipal Code, have been satisfied. 3. There are no adverse impacts on surrounding properties from the proposed Pre-Sketch Plan process. 4. The proposal is consistent with the applicable review standards specified within Section 16A-5-210 of the Municipal Code. PC Reso. 00-8 Page 2 Section Two: Action. The Planning Commission hereby recommends approval with amendments of the Pre-Sketch Plan process, as shown on Exhibit A, subject to the conditions in Section Three below. Section Three: Conditions 1. Section (b) shall be amended in sentences two and three to state "The process is a joint planning effort with the applicant and the Town Council and Planning Commission. The Town Council and the Planning Commission shall hold a joint meeting on the Pre- Sketch plan." 2. Section (b)(3) shall be amended to delete the last sentence. INTRODUCED, READ, AND ADOPTED on the motion of Planning Commission member Arnold Mordkin and the second of Planning Commission member Robert Gaudin by a vote of 5 in favor and 0 against, on this 5`" day of day of April, 2000. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PLANOG COMMIS ION George P. Hu ins, Chfairman ATTEST: Came Podl, Assistant Planning Commission Secretary CAMy DocumentsU andUse&DcvelopmentCodc\Pre- SketchPlan.00\Plan=gCommisionResolution.M00.doc r"2 O ,� Noissfioslcf DNISfIOH HaAOIdWa «N„ laowvd NOISSHS NWOAk I JLNIHWHDVIJLV COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE MEETING DATE: 04-10-00 BY: Scott Smith STAFF: Joe Coffey SUBJECT: Parcel "N" Site Plan, Floor Plans and Schedules OVERVIEW: The site plan in your packet dated April 6th is the plan we have presented to you before. Scott will present a new floor plan on April 10th which will reduce excavation, site retaining walls, and the visual height of the south sides (Ridge side) to two stories instead of three stories. A new three-bedroom type "A" floor plan will be presented to go with the new site plan. We feel this new plan may integrate the buildings to the site with less impact. Two preliminary development schedules are included, one schedule allows for the full bidding process and the other schedule assumes we use a Construction Management General Contractor process like we used on the Mountain View Phase II project. The bidding process schedule is longer and does not allow for contractor input on construction methods and possible building design recommendations,which may reduce costs. FINANCIAL SUMMARY: N/A BOARD OF COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff feels the site plan and floor plans presented on April 10th are the best plans for this site. Staff would like direction on the development schedules presented. PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT SCHEDULE OPTIO "A" C.M.G.r pm^^=qg TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PARCEL "N" TOWNHOME PROJECT APRIL 6, 2000 1• Design information to Alan Richman for application prep 5/12 2. Submit"Preliminary Plan" P.U.D. Application 5/26 3. Select Construction Manager(G.C.) for preoonstruction services 6/1 4. P&,Z Review(4 weeks +/-) approval 6/22 5. Council Review/Approval (4 weeks) 7/24 6. 'Final Application' submission 7/28 (Alan &Steve prepare during "Prelim. Review') 7. Final Approval (2 weeks) 8/11 8. Construction Documents a. Regular Schedule 8/11 - 10/6 b. Accelerated: (Early start for Construction Documents) 7/17 eeg/g (6 weeks) 8. Final Pricing/Permit Review(complete C.D.'s) 8/28-9/18 9. Start construction (Site Work) 9/t8 NOTES: 1. Early Architectural Design Development Phase could take place 5/26— 7117 Design Development and Construction Documents started in advance of Final Approvals may have potential risk for additional design services due to changes that may be required. 2. This is a "Best Case" schedule estimation and does not include time for any revisions/re-submittals due to approvals process. 9-2Fi:161 M4RY._PEVEk OP.MENT SCHEDULE OPTION "B" (FULL BID PROCESS) TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE PARCEL "N" TOWNHOME PROJECT APRIL 6, 2000 1. Design information to Alan Richman for Application preparation 5112 2. Submit"Preliminary Plan" P.U.D. Application 5/26 3. P8Z Review (4 weeks +/-) approval 6122 4. Council Review/Approval (4 weeks) 7124 5. "Final Application" submission 7/28 (Alan & Steve prepare during "Prelim. Review') 6. Final Approval (2 weeks) 8/11 7. Construction Documents a. Regular schedule 8/11 - 10/20 (10 weeks) b. Accelerated: (Early start for Construction Documents) 7/17-9/25 (10 weeks) 8. Permit Review 9. Bidding/Contract Negotiations 9/25- 10/30 10. Start construction (Site Work) 10131 NOTES: 1. Early Architectural Design Development Phase could take place 5/26—7117 Design Development and Construction Documents started in advance of Final Approvals may have potential risk for additional design services due to changes that may be required. 2. This is a 'best Case" schedule estimation and does not include time for any revisions/resubmittals due to approvals process. 64 44 �t 5 26� 39(z ajp,R r�, 44 �, GG Ali V �1 4e "R 52 40 4z To W N ��- �Atx ►- ' N ' T�t �NN � oJ `r �4a K '38R A' .54 44 age A i 38R' f5b °BR'c 54 ' 2BR f1' ♦G. iGZ h 44 3B(2,q� . s ./ 46 i44 f+0 \ & \ G� R e 53 G G: ee y I 00 (- O O ID < rn - I I z ' o ` r � rn z z � O rn r-- a i > ® ® r ® z ' to rn 3 m Idt� I ��O11 x I XO t 0 3 n PROJECT: TOWN OF SNOW ASS VILLA&E w"� I'-O" D"Te: 4/6/00 HOUSING PROJECT 0"N Dr' DRAWING NO RENO SMITH ARCHITECTS, LLC PROJECT NO. 210 EAST HTYAN AVENUE, SUITE 202 �n^^ ASPEN. COLORADO 61611 4122 ° ° oo KITCHEN DINING DINING KITCHEN oo ax10 ax10 REF REF G G LIVING ROOM LIVING ROOM 1(2x19 Ibx19 UP UP DECK DECK I I I I I I I I I LOWER LEVEL - MX I I rn d C7 D I I a A x (rni xprNmi I I x0 I �A 7C N 3X1 � I i � C � b � rn b ® ® d PED I Rt r 0 U3 = rn3 - M 10 4� rn x � r�t 1 N 3A I I N 3 rn < rn rn r Ul rlROtECT` TOWN OF SNOWM 455 /ILL 4GE va11 = r-o" D" 4/6/00 HOUSING FROJEGT OWN BY. DRAWING N RENO SMITH ARCHITECTS, LLC Dxmeur NO. 2LO EAST NTYAN AVENUE. SUITE YD- qn^ l<2 ASPEN. COIDIGDO 81611 B TH BEDROOM I IIU' x�'L TH[ B l�ihL LT n �I �I I I BEDROOM 2 Lit= STORAGE LOWER LEVEL SGALE� 1/5' - 1'-O' - _. LL { r I x rrnn p m _0 rn { � I f 3 C7 i z o i it 10 PROJECT: TOWN OF SNOWMf�55 VILLAGE �' r-o" "TE' 4/6/00 HOUSING FROJEGT D,N BY DRAYINC NO RENO SMITH ARCHITECT'S, LLC Rmea ND. 210 EMI IIYMAN AVENUE, SUITE 202 9922 ASPEN, COLORADO 81611 f- DINING LV ® BAT BEDROOM I e x II KIT 12 x 13 LEI REF DN D� STORAGE L I V RG IS'-b UP UP GARAGE 12 x 19 I I I I I I I I I I LOVE-R LEVEL MAIN LEV SCALE: V8• ,-0" SCALE: I/8' I'-O• - - x IT o 8 ' n � r0 � Ul � rn 6O D CU ® Nrn XO -i I o0 rn O 3 N C ) � s. PRO.IEC`r: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE SCALE: i/e° = r-o° NAT` 4/6/00 HOUSING FROJEGT DIN NY DRAWING N11 RENO SMITH ARCHITECTS, LLC PROJECT NO A 210 EAST 111'MAN AVP.NOl:, Sllltt' 202 gg22 AIP N, CIl1URAN11 Ni.11 LIVID is DINING KITc r E GE w 0 r,- - - I rn I 070 rn 3 r rn a r r { rn r I ® NA � w0 x A X011 -—V� — a q% D �'d n I Cp { 3 x 13 Ul N rt, ft( m3 PROJECT: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAOE I/8" ogre: 416100 HOUSING FROJEGT OWN Br: DRAWING NO RENO SMITH ARCHITECTS, LLC PRUIEC NO. 210 EAST HYMAN AVENUE. SUIIB 202 -I-l22 ASPEN, COLORADO 81611 KK KITCHEN FUEF B'PA5T I DINING I� ri LIVING ROOM I=II is x is I� 11 DECK n ii n i I I I UPPER LEVEL - L LL's- IL i rnrn I � W _ rn I rn3 D x � N ki0 I rn '_` ® - 0 (� ryt o O I O Ui 3 D I � — L _ rn w 1 x0 = 0 a7 it ' 0 PROJECT: TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE SCALE: I/8" = I'-O" B"EE 4/6/00 HOUSING PROJECT 01N BT: DRAWING NO RENO SMITH ARCHITECTS, LL(' PRGJ= No. 210 EAST BruAN AVENUE. SURE 202 9q<2 ASPEN. COLORADO 81611 ATTACHMENT II WOODRUN DUMPSTER C: \dwgs\woodtrash.dwg Thu Apr 06 13: 44: 59 2000 COPYRIGHT THE ROSS PARTNERSHIP, P.C. 1999 ci rb O O e i \ O e D � M D • 1 , Y . 1 e 1 \ e 1. •l Y1 :11 D it � � D � • ' � �� A'7 ° • °. 1 t D r rr At Nis FROdAms S • -Maw FOOD BOAR TBB BOSS PARMERSEP, P.C. TASTE CONIADM SSBD uxm RCTURZ • FROJWT KANAOnCKHT TOWN Or m OWKAW vauca POBUC WORM If I i i I i i Employee Generation Summary Chart* I Use original Club Generation Rate Employees Generated Phase One and Two Club Generation Rete I Commercial•• 112800 sf 5.57 jobs/1000 sf 55 12800 sf _ 5.57 jobs/1000 st Office 10 sf 3.78 jobs/1000 sf na m 3.78 jobs/1000 si ! Multi-family --.na _ -.5 jobs/unit jna 60 units-,--_�.5 jobstumf _-_... I St fam ��ily _ O .3 jobsflot na na — _ .3 jobs/l ingle ot -- - -- HoteVl.odge Room 76 rooms .44 jobs/room 26 ne 44 jobs/room Ski Restaurants na —_ 4.58 jobs/]000 sf na _--_—. 14.58 jobs/1000 [Ski Areas m 82.6 jobs/1000 sf na �na ___ 82.6 jobsl1000 s -- -- ---I- - ----�-- --— -- Conference Center na 97 jobs/1000 sf na 97 jobs/1000 sf -- --- -- — C - --- - 1 - -- --0 0 ------ --- _-_ 47 jobs/1000 s!Health Club 1400 sf 147 jobs/1000 sf TOTAL % i , 'summarizes winter uses only as specified in land use code,golf clubhouse not intended for winter use **includes bbbyheceptJon,offices,restauranVkilchen, housekeeping and other support areas *"generation rate divided by 13 *'**provided in Parcel 12 Employee Housing I I I L DESIGN WORKSHOP 120 Eoe< Matn Street (9,7.0)( O�8 OYO--139> LLr &einb Ypie i�r YYeTJ Nil E.,eem.wul.n Iaa ri..w1 �) V✓�� M�SFUn Cm9n1Y 6exm Yllyr.CaknJa 11611 (9/Op3y3y5 Md`Y Calk,Cmybul t rrv.w 110 Ptl N1a�A�s Aw0^1+�k01611 191010n]16i �Oenerated— Oifference Bede Provided Phase One— Beds DffferenoeDifference Bede Provided Phase One— Beds Difference 155 - _ 10 Ina na _ ---- -- -- ---- —_- a 123 0 0 -- _, ---- - — — - ^ U na 10 - — - Ana -.�----- -- -1-- _ ---------1--- - --- -- - - 99 3 gained 154 employee beds 151 employee beds credit CA 0 . z MNf'J15. _ M.W Phase Two Chart vv i EffIlD SSVWA ONS Z ' ON Will III INHWHOV11V LEGAL DESCRIPTION The Snowmass Club(Club) is located on Snowmass Club Circle in the Town of Snowmass Village. The Club is part of the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development(PUD), as shown on the vicinity map. The Snowmass Club PUD is comprised of fourteen parcels,three of which are the subject of this application. The parcels are parcels 3.4, and 10. Parcel 3 includes the Club Villas unrestricted condominium units,the Villas North restricted condominium units,and the overflow parking lot for the Club. The Club facility itself is located on parcel 4, and the golf course on parcel 10. The Snowmass Club Phase Two Sketch Plan 9 f! TIM Ali As jj l!.1 A MIN' i zz,t lijil l: lord If 11 JI it, i I I I - I I I il i sl f iiilfl if Ij if i! Off ill hili JIM I I O UIM if ill H Hois F if li!j I g !Ij IMP fill if 1,w fill I IN'. A 120 Ea.nMCI^ Stre i20 Ea.e wain 1 'Fr On) .Zo-isn waiw..cu. .w.... c.n. .ix..en 6aa Pees• sane s.ne. •u.. T . w l.n�.MMY✓•. V r4 D..r A.P.n 54ilne C.TPa smk c°n0-w eisi p10)sib=xoea D..iOn w.r4.nea. n Im f<w rein 4n.s - ..e.n w eisii - (t10)93e-ev. CORM Gnrya... 4 Yo.. L sio Ew r . we.n. w 6161 (910)On-Zee) a U c * W c UZ IS 711lil1loittI: ISSUE WE Vicinity Maps . _._ .rtacci Mu R, iea J Development Plan - - - _Uul� a a e The applicant's objectives for Phase II are as follows: • Completion of the re-development of the Snowmass Club providing ownership with an ongoing viable operation. • Construction of 30 fractionally owned condominiums to provide additional skier days, restaurant, retail and membership sales. • Improve the quality of the existing 18-hole golf course. Y Adding a golf and tennis clubhouse in response to member and guest requests. Enhancing member and guest tennis experiences by providing a \, permanent indoor tennis facility and improved outdoor check in ,{ facilities. • Providing membership, resort guests and town residents improved parking and services. • Improve vehicular circulation and pedestrian access from parking to the athletic club. • Provide improvements to Brush Creek through portions of the property. • Allow the town and the applicant to mutually agree on the most advantageous community benefit resulting from Phase II approval. As considered in the initial sketch plan review last year the applicant is proposing to develop additional units to be sold as 1/7'" fractional interests on portions of Parcels 3 and 4 of the Snowmass Club PUD. During the Comprehensive Plan the proposed development parcel was contemplated to contain 30 units as shown on the Future Land Use Map adopted by the TOSV. Based on the experience gained in marketing Phase I the applicant is applying for 30 Phase Two units including twenty three-bedroom units of approximately 2000 square feet and ten four-bedroom units of approximately 2400 square feet for a total residential square footage of approximately 64,000 square feet. Purchasers will be provided a right to use the Snowmass Club with the same privileges as a regular member of the club while in residence in the same manner as provided to purchasers of Phase I. Additional elements of Phase II include: • Construction of a 7000 square foot golf and tennis clubhouse complete with proshop, day and seasonal lockers, showers, food and beverage, and bag storage facilities. • Providing golf cart storage beneath the clubhouse allowing the operation to convert to quieter, more environmentally friendly electric powered carts. • Removal of the tennis bubble and replacement with a permanent indoor tennis facility. • Establishment of vehicular access and surface parking providing convenient member access to the athletic club. We believe that this program deserves consideration due to the following: • Demand for golf has declined in Snowmass over the past five years. Actual annual rounds have decreased. No requests for group events to support conferencing have been denied. • Focus on the existing course would allow the preservation of the existing Horse Ranch meadows for open space and horse grazing which would preserve an attractive rural character to the entrance of Snowmass Village. This has been viewed by many as a more appropriate use of the land for the community. • The greatest short coming for the golf experience in Snowmass Village is in the quality of the club house, arrival, parking and the after golf experience. These are the greatest needs and overshadow the need for more capacity. This approach suggests that we should make a first class experience with our existing assets and defer the decision on more golf until a later time when actual experience will determine whether more golf is needed. • It provides the town an opportunity to assist in funding needed community facilities at no cost to the taxpayer. Employee Housing: During the initial sketch plan review for Phase I and II the town requested that the applicant bring employee housing forward as a component of the Phase I application to accelerate construction of much needed employee housing. The applicant agreed. The housing is currently under construction. Subsequent to this agreement the town has amended Chapter Four of the Land Use Code to require employee housing to be constructed with each additional Multi-family unit approved at a ratio of two to one. The applicant feels the employee housing under construction more than adequately provides for this newly required housing mitigation, especially in light of the fact that at buildout the Snowmass Club employee census will be less than when the Lodge was in operation. If the applicant had known the town would impose this additional employee housing mitigation requirement it would not have agreed to accelerate employee housing to Phase 1. Pursuant to TOSV Land Use Code Section 16A-5-300(b)(2) the Planning Commission and Town Council should consider the following in a conceptual manner during sketch plan review: 1. Use: The continuation of the Private Residence Club concept of 1/7s' ownership is consistent and appropriate use for this location. It will provide additional tourist accommodation beds for the village. This use also avoids the incompatibility issues previously seen with Club members and Lodge guests and groups. The club amenities and existing operations will be able to provide services to these units with staffing levels below the historic employee census while the lodge was in • Conversion of the temporary parking provided in Phase I to permanent parking. • Redesign of several holes on the existing golf course. Including expansion of the 14`h green and adding a par five to the back nine to achieve a par 72 course. Additional improvements to include leveling of several fairways, improved drainage, replacement of the irrigation system to improve efficiencv and reduce waste and increasing cart path coverage. Community Benefit: At the encouragement of the town during the original Joint and Sketch Plan review for Phase I and II, we proposed to build an additional nine holes of golf in Horse Ranch. The purpose of this expansion of golf was assumed to fulfill the required community benefit needed for the approval of the additional density requested. During the approval process for Phase 1, the Town raised questions whether or not golf was indeed a community benefit in consideration for approval of Phase II. The applicant has consistently indicated that it would not build golf as a stand-alone project because the economic return would not justify the expense. Approval of Phase I also required that land be committed to the town for inclusion in the entry planning process which was envisioned to be traded to the town for the school site. The town has hinted that we would now be required to purchase the school site as further community benefit as a condition of approval. This only diminishes any returns that could be expected from development of golf. For the above reasons this application is not proposing the development of additional golf. This would preserve the Horse Ranch and East Village golf reservation parcels as open space for the time being. This in itself could be considered a community benefit pursuant to the Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Code. The Club will continue to work with SVRA providing packaging for resort and group guests. This program was successfully initiated during the 1999 golf season. As an alternative to golf, the applicant is requesting a dialogue with the town on the determination of what may be an appropriate community benefit acceptable to both parties daring the sketch plan review. This allows the applicant an opportunity to assist in the accomplishment of the town's highest priorities. If the town determines that an additional nine holes of golf constitutes sufficient community benefit the applicant will include golf in its preliminary application. Significant Brush Creek stream restoration will also occur in Phase II including the redirection of the primary stream flow through golf course ponds on the existing 14'� and 15`h holes. This concept has received prior support from the TOSV and the Army Corp of Engineers. This provides an additional community benefit as described in the natural resources section below. operation. Parcel 10 is currently permitted for golf, which would allow the construction of the proposed clubhouse. The indoor tennis facilities proposed is a permitted use based on previous TOSV ordinances. 2. Comprehensive Plan: The proposed development is consistent with the newly adopted TOSV Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map. The units proposed in this application represent 100% build out of the 30 units contemplated in the Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map. The designation of Parcels 3 and 4 as MU-PUD allows time-share as a permitted use. 3. Landscape and Architecture: The architecture for the proposed units anc' golf ciubhouse as shown in this application will closely adhere to the desigr; concepts developed for Phase One, recently approved by the town. Natural materials will be utilized consistent with the other structures in the neighborhood. These will include board and batten cedar siding, Telluride Gold Granite. rough sawn and chinked horizontal siding and cedar shake shingle roofs. The thirty condominium units will be housed in two 3-story buildings over covered parking sited on each side of Brush Creek. Building height will be maintained below the 44' height limit previously approved for Parcel 4. With the completion of Phase II, Parcel 4 will remain 70% open space well within the 25% previously approved. The landscape plan will continue the palate of plant materials utilized in Phase I including native grasses and shrubs in appropriate areas. The drainage issues near the existing club entry identified by the town engineer during Phase I review will be corrected. This design will be coordinated with the town engineer and will be presented with the preliminary plan application as required. Another community benefit is seen with this application by the development of a paved path along Brush Creek from the access road to Snowmass Club Circle. This will provide a convenient connection from Snowmass Club Circle to the easement provided by the applicant to the town in Phase I for a pathway along Highline Road to the intersection of Brush Creek and Highline Roads. A total of 436 permanent parking spaces will exist upon completion of Phase II consistent with the 500 maximum spaces contemplated and approved during TOSV approval of Phase I. A full traffic and circulation plan and study will be included with the preliminary plan submission as required by the land use code. 4. Natural Resources: Phase II also includes a Brush Creek streambed enhancement from near the existing club vehicular entry to the access road. This enhancement will be designed in cooperation v ith TOSV staff to insure consistency with Brush Creek work previously undertaken by the town. Additionally, diverting the primary stream flow of Brush Creek below the Sanitation plant through two existing ponds on holes 14 and 15 of the golf course will improve stream quality. This diversion of the primary stream flow will enhance the quality of Brush Creek downstream by slowing of the water flowing through the ponds allowing sediment to settle thereby reducing stream turbidity. The Town and the Army Corps of Engineers have previously proposed this alignment as a cooperative effort of the parties. By altering the headgate to the upper pond to include a surface connection to the creek an additional benefit to the fishery is derived. This surface connection will allow fish residing in the pond to travel upstream to newly created pools to feed and/or spawn. This concept was supported by the town's landscape architect and aquatic biologist during previous studies conducted by the town. Minimal stream flows will be maintained in the existing streambed for the wetland plant species already present. Additional considerations for the creation of freshwater wetlands will be made in the design of renovated golf holes. 5. Phasing: The construction of the Phase II condominium units and indoor tennis facility would occur at one time after the completion of construction and closings of the Phase I interests. Assuming a timely review process and continued success in marketing Phase I. construction could begin in the fall of 2000 or spring of 2001. Improvements to our existing golf course would occur over several years to prevent a disruption in play. The golf clubhouse construction would commence in 2002 or upon opening of the new hole 18 replacing the existing hole 16, which is the site of the new clubhouse. •-_ - � IIRI"I 111EKROAD - Ro-OrieImteA eokbnBFbW m end Coo IJ I 1 - ���\ SNt \ SA. Y�AL \\\COUNT .L7,1 \ I\'. \� / VILLAS von+es _ ___. 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J= an =3 IEMLUM AT& a►sur. co Blau P(970)=-4oss t(M)M-41678 -ror� U-0-cm AS NOTED GLU6NfXdSE �• Th1I111 i f11� IIIIi '' � ' !l `t' �LSYAT1aN lw�czll At 1-i 1:20 � ���rr Jlace o 1 II u ] -it IFInI �;N SNOWMASS CLUB COTTLE ���GggRAYBE iL YAW &CCEMCTS PA am M 426 XMLAM LPL tusacT, Co stass r(rro -a44syyr(119,6)a,-a676 I2-M-99 AS NOTED O SKETCH FLAN SUMMARY Type The proposed dwelling units are unrestricted condominium units `ite application also includes a proposed golf clubhouse and indoor tennis structure. Size The average square footage of all dwelling units is 2150 square feet. The total square footage for ail proposed structures is 79,200 sf(1.8 ac). The approximate number of bedrooms is 100. The gross residential density in units per acre is 5.5. Floor Area The floor area of all structures proposed to the area of land within the development is 19.200 sf(1.8 ac). Population The anticipated population to be generated by the development is 0 permanent residents. 21 employees (summer), and 1:6 tourists. These population estimates do not include those employees and tourists who used the Snowmass Club in its existing and planned Phase One configurations. This presents a more accurate depiction of the generated population. it is important to note that the employee census at the completion of Phase Two will equal the number of empiovees required to run the existing Snowmass Lodge and Club. prior to Phase One improvements. Market The target market for the proposed project includes individuals and families interested in second-home ownership, those who have already purchased interests in Phase One, and athletic and golf club members. The proposed project will be a 1/7"fractional-ownership, club concept product. Open Space Approximately 90 percent of the project land area will be common open space. The total project land area is 219.18 ac,the proposed building coverage is 47.700 sf(1.09 ac)and the proposed drive/parking area is 60.900 sf(1.4 ac). Parcel Three totals 11.36 acres. with 1.34 acres of building coverage today. Under the proposal. the total coverage will be 2.12 acres. and 81 percent open space. Parcel Four totals 20.02 acres, with 1.1 acres of building coverage today. Under the proposal, the total coverage will be 1.75 acres, and 91 percent open space. Parcel Ten totals 187.8 acres, with no building coverage today. Under the proposal, the total coverage will be .17 acres. and 99 percent open space. Height The height of the proposed condominium buildings and the golf clubhouse will not exceed 44 feet. Employees The number of employees required to operate the proposed improvements in this application will be 21 (summer). The applicant is providing employee housing in Phase One, which exceeds the mitigation. needed for both phases of the Snowmass Club project. Water Supply and Sewage Disposal The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District will provide these utility services. The utilities are already provided to the parcels included in this application. The Snowmass Club Phase Two Sketch Plan Access and Easements Legal access is available to the properties as the applicant owns them and existing access exists. Easements are identified on the"Improvements SurvevtSite Characteristics Plan" contained in this application. Parking, Circulation, and Transit The proposed number of parking spaces is 430 in total. 210 in Parcel d alone. This is in keeping with previous approvals setting a maximum of 500 spaces on Parcel d. The proposed locations of these spaces is illustrated on the "Site Plans" contained in this application. The "Site Plans" also identify existing and Phase One planned transit and pedestrian improvements,which will serve the improvements proposed as part of this application. Timetable Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will be constructed in phases, as necessary to keep the golf course in continuous operation. Construction Phase One: condominium units, tennis structure, and adjacent parking area (will commence once Project Phase One construction and real estate closings are completed, anticipated start as early as Fall 2000 or Spring 2001) Construction Phase Two: golf course improvements (anticipated to be completed over several years to prevent disruption to course play) Construction Phase Three: golf clubhouse. adjacent parking, and remaining golf course (anticipated to commence in 2002,or upon opening of the new Hole 13 replacing the existing Hole 16.which is the site of the new clubhouse The Snowmass Club Phase Two Sketch Plan ;� 11 lvi k J2 J MK CENTENNIAL 102 SEVENTH STREET I TEL 9701928-8599 ATRIUM SUITE 111 P.O.DRAWER 1508 FAX 9701928-8526 oeroren,n,w�er.,o,veela,HO.,tic. GLENWOOD SPRINGS.CO 811502 • DATE: April 10, 2000 • TO: Snowmass Village Town Council ■ FROM: Joe Kracum, PE ■ SUBJECT: Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternative J - Revision 2 At the Partnership and Staff meeting of 25 March and the 3 April Council meeting changes were made to Alternative J. This is the only alternative under design and consideration at this time. This alternative could be built either with or without a parking structure in Lots 8 and 9. Note that elevations on the plan sheets are relative only and will be adjusted once the final survey and mapping tasks are completed. Each of the elements are discussed below, noting the refinements and changes. Entrance to the Transit Plaza The entrance to the transit plaza is made by a slip ramp from Brush Creek Road. Loading and delivery of commercial vehicles is intended to take place in Parcel C; therefore, commercial vehicles would also use the slip ramp from Brush Creek Road onto the extension of Daly Lane to access Parcel C. The entrance to the ramp is designed to discourage unauthorized traffic and the position of the base of the ramp allows access to the front of both bus islands. The grade of the slip ramp is approximately 12 percent. The alignment of the pass-through lane has been modified to line up with Daly Lane. This provides a better access to Daly Lane. Also, the alignment refinement allows more space and better access to the Kiss-n-Ride. The alignment refinement does, however, make the transit plaza somewhat smaller, but should not substantially affect transit operations. Island Design Two island designs are shown with this alternative, the single island and a split island. The split island design provides for 2 RFTA articulated buses, 3 RFTA 40 ft. coaches, and 10 TOSV 30 ft. shuttles. There remains flexibility in assignment of these bus bays. Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternative J- Revision 2 10 April 2000 Page 2 of 3 The main advantages of the split island option are flexibility, elimination of RFTA buses circulating the island, and potential accommodation of charter buses. The design shows a straight curb for unloading of buses and a sawtooth pattern for loading. The plaza has been designed to accommodate both, and should a decision be made after the plaza is built, changes can be implemented to provide one or the other. The single island accommodates 2 RFTA articulated buses, 2 RFTA 40 ft. coaches, and 9 TOSV 30 ft. shuttles. With additional refinement of this concept, one more bus may be able to be accommodated, either a TOSV shuttle or a RFTA 40 ft. coach. Restrooms are provided on the transit level beneath the pedestrian bridge. Lower Parking Plaza The Lower Parking Plaza will consist of three levels. Vehicle access to Level 1 is provided from Lower Snowmelt Road opposite Campground Lane. There is no internal connection for vehicles between Level 1 and the other levels. Level 2 is accessed by an internal ramp from Level 3, which also accommodates parking. Level 3 is accessed from the outer portion of Relocated Snowmelt Road. Level 1 has been extended to the same layout as Level 2. Considering the previous profiles, the area left un-excavated at Level 1 may still require support considerations. As the layout progresses through conceptual design, these costs will be identified and the design can be finalized. Level 3 has been shortened to allow for a setback of the top level. This loses approximately 10 spaces. Parking capacity in the Lower Parking Plaza is approximately 86 vehicles on Level 1, 63 vehicles on Level 2, and 59 vehicles on Level 3, for a total capacity of 208 spaces. A pedestrian viewing and circulation platform and a pedestrian bridge (above Level 3 and at the same elevation as the Pedestrian Plaza) connects the Lower Parking Plaza with the Pedestrian Plaza. The primary access from the Kiss-n-Ride to the Pedestrian Bridge is an escalator. Access to the pedestrian bridge from Levels 1, 2, and 3 is made via an elevator. The pedestrian connection from the elevator to the Pedestrian Plaza is made by the pedestrian bridge (currently shown as 20 feet wide) over Daly Lane. Pedestrian access/egress from the Parking Plaza is also accommodated by a network of stairs. From Level 1 there will be stairs to Levels 2 and 3 and the pedestrian bridge, in the vicinity of the elevator. • L Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza Conceptual Design Alternative J- Revision 2 10 April 2000 Page 3 of 3 The parking displaced in Lots 3 through 7 by the Transit Plaza and the Lower Parking Plaza amounts to 238 spaces. The Lower Parking Plaza, considering the three levels shown, includes approximately 208 spaces, thereby replacing all but 20 of the displaced spaces. This design differs in nature from previous designs as angled parking is developed rather than right-angle parking. This concept reduces the overall number of spaces, however, provides for easier access and egress. As the design of the Lower Parking Plaza in is the conceptual stage, a conservative estimate has been made for the number of parking spaces provided. As the design is optimized, more parking spaces may be realized. The elevation of the of the parking structure has been elevated approximately 5 feet to better accommodate access from relocated Snowmelt Road. This also provides a better access from Campground Lane. The changes allowed relocated Snowmelt Road to have a less slope at the entrance to the Kiss-n-Ride. Kiss-n-Ride and Short-Term Parking The kiss-n-ride and short-term parking would be located on Level 3 with direct vehicle access to and from Relocated Snowmelt Road to make it convenient for drivers, and at- grade access (following an elevator ride) to the Mall area to make it convenient for pedestrians. A one way design through the kiss-n-ride and parking areas make it easier for users. The current design shows approximately 180 feet of curb for kiss-n-ride operations and 8 short-term parking spaces. The number of short-term parking spaces is flexible and is a function of how the spaces on Level 3 are administered. Pedestrian Level The pedestrian level consists of a crescent shaped bridge, approximately 20-25 feet in width, which spans over the transit plaza, kiss-n-ride, and parking structure in Lots 4 and 5. The bridge is connected to the Mall with a deck approximately 130 feet wide. The deck and the bridge are at Mall elevation (8600). A moving ramp, elevator, and stairs provide access to the transit level. An escalator and elevator provides access to the kiss-n-ride and short term parking. Stairs and elevator provide access to all levels of parking in Lots 4 and 5. The elevator can be housed in a tower, which can provide for an entrance icon. Plan Sheets Attached to this memo are five plan sheets showing the design. Elevations are conceptual and based upon the best available mapping at this time and will be verified once the final surveying and mapping is complete in late May. 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Rolled Up Milestone r--r—� Rolled Up Baseline Milestone Baseline Summary v Roiled Up Progress — a February to Task Name Start Finlah 16 23 1 30 1 13 I 20 I 27 10 33 Town Staff Meetings Thu 1120100 Thu 611100 34 Partnership&Staff Kickoff Meeting Thu 1/20100 Thu 1/20/00 Partnership&Staff Kickoff Mew- 36 Paring Requirements Staff Meeting Thu 1/27/00 Thu 1/27/00 Parking Requirements Staff 36 Functional Aspects Staff Meeting Thu 2/10/00 Thu 2/10/00 Functional Asn- 37 Partnership&Staff Meeting Thu 2/24/00 Thu 2124/00 Partnei- 33 Mass&Scale Staff Meeting Thu 3/9/00 Thu 3/9100 39 Architecture Staff Meeting Thu 3123100 Thu 3123100 49 Partnership&Staff Meeting Thu 3/30100 Thu 3130/00 41 Field Investigations Kickoff Staff Meeting Thu 4/13100 Thu 4/13100 42 Conceptual Layout Staff Meeting Tue 4/18100 Tue 4/18/00 43 Final Conceptual Design Staff Meeting Thu 5118/00 Thu 5/18/00 44 Field Investigations Staff Meeting Thu 5125/00 Thu 5125/00 46 Partnership&Staff Meeting Thu 6/1/00 Thu 611/00 46 Town Council Meetings Mon 217100 Mon 6119100 �-- 47 Parking Requirements Council Meeting Mon 2/7/00 Mon 217/00 Parking Requires•.= 48 Functional Aspects Council Meeting Mon 2/21100 Mon 2121/00 Functior`- 49 Mass&Scale Council Meeting Mon 3/20/00 Mon 3120/00 60 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 4/3100 Mon 4/3/00 61 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 4/10/00 Mon 4/10/00 62 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 4117/00 Mon 4/17/00 63 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 5/1100 Mon 5/1/00 64 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 518/00 Mon 5/8/00 65 Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Mon 5115/00 Mon 5/15/00 tss Preliminary Conceptual Design Presentation Mon 6/5/00 Mon 6/5/00 67 Final Conceptual Design-Presentation Mon 6119/00 Mon 6119/00 63 Decision Matrix Mon 217100 Mon 6119100 69 Parking Requirements Decision Mon 217/00 Mon 217/00 Parking Requires so Functional Aspects Decision Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4/17/00 61 Mass&Scale Decision Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4/17/00 62 Architecture Decision Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4/17/00 63 Conceptual Layout Decision Mon 4/17/00 Mon 4/17/00 w Project GoMoGo Decision Mon 6/19/00 Mon 6119/00 Task Milestone Snowmass Village Transit& Parking Plaza Progress Baseline Milestor Final Conceptual Design&Field Investigations Mon 4/10100 Baseline Sunvnary Mareh A rll Ma June Ju August 12 19 28 2 9 18 23 30 7 14 27 28 4 11 18 25 2 9 18 23 30 6 13 20 27 Town Staff Meetings rg 'ccting Staff Meeting alp&Staff Meeting Mass&Scale Staff Meeting Architecture Staff Meeting 1';Partnership&Staff Meeting Field Investigations Kickoff Staff Meeting o Conceptual Layout Staff Meeting © I Final Conceptual Design Staff Meeting B Field Investigations Staff Meeting p Partnership&Staff Meeting own Council Meetings rib Council Meeting Aspects Council Meeting Mass&Scalo Council Meeting Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Conceptual Layout,Council Worksession Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Conceptual Layout Council Worksession Preliminary Conceptual Design Presentation Final Conceptual Design -Presentation ecision Matrix _-is Decision Functional Aspects Decision, Mass&Scale Decision p Architecture Decision Conceptual Layout Decision Project Go/NoGo Decision Rolled Up Task Rolled Up Baseline Rolled Up Milestone Rolled Up Baseline Milestone Baseline Sunwnary 7==� Rolled Up Progress - U 3tUQ2 PA6KCr NNnannnaNaaNNNaN®aaa NaaanauaaaaaNaanaaaa �aaaanuaaNNNaaaaaaNa aaaunaaaaaanaaaaaaa aaa■` ���aa��nnaN®NaNN NaaNnnnannaaaaNNaaaN Naanunaanaaa�aNNaaN NanannnaaaaNNNNNaNNa �NNNnanauaNaNaaNNaa NanNUnnnnNaanaaaaaaN : ..,naaununaaaaaaaNNnN �nnau■■nnna■■®®®an®■■au �Naauau®n�■aanannNNN �Nann■■nnaanaNNNNNNN �aaaa■■NnNNaaaNNaNNN Q�NNNN■■NN■■aNnnaaaana =1nNNn■■■■■■■■aaNna NONE NNB Q�NNNNNnn■■aaaNNN■■NNa �anau■■naaaaaNaaaNaaN �aaaN■■■■N■■aaaaan■■N■■N■■ : .,as■■n■■■■N■■NNNaaaN■■■■Na alma■■N■■NN■■NNNNaaNaaaa aaa■■n■■nn■■aaaaaoIto NNN■ alma■■N■■n■■■■aaaNNN■■aME NaanuRllRI!�n�f�ll�aaaan■■naN■ alas■■Hann■■aaNNaMEN NaaNnannNaaaaaanaaN �Na■■NannnNNBaaaAIL-�laaa■® m■■a■■Nana■■aaNNNME02 a■■ m■■aasa>!■■■N■■Naaaaa ■■aaa ■■a■■n■■■■n■■aaaaank �� ■aa aaa■■nnnN■rNgNNNad�:■■aa® ■■aannnnaN�� 7 NIaBN■ Qaaa®■■■■NaCao�NoP�!I• �1 ® ■Mann■■NNNaaaaaaa■■��6 �aaanaanaaaaaaaNt���,�,a°�� maa■■nnnnaaanaaaN�■aaaN �Na■■nann■■aaaaaNN��■Na® maaanannaaaNNanawl■Na MNa■■NNNaaCaaNaaa�■aN® �NaannaN■■aNaaaaar�■aa■N■ aaa■■nnnn■■aaMENIN �bNa aaannan■■aaNNaaat= ME �aN■■nnnnnaNaaaaaE71liaN■■a : ., aaaunn■■■■aaNNN■■N�Na■m aaa■■nnn■■■■aaaaaaaaaa■�!+!. 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