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06-12-00 Town Council Packet /GX o r c,=S a - "��y(O SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL WORK SESSION 06-12-2000 2:00 — 2:20 P.M. PARK SHELTER DISCUSSION (COUNCIL— See Attachment "A") -- Bernadette Barthelenghi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 1 2:20 — 3:50 SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II — SKETCH PLAN DISCUSSION -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 10 3:50 —4:20 MALL TRANSIT PLAZA DISCUSSION -- Joe Kracum. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page 20 4:20—4:30 BREAK k*********kk*k***k*kkkk********kkkk**kkk**********kkk**********kk*******k*kkk*kk****k*k*kkkk SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING 06-12-2000 CALL TO ORDER AT 4:30 P.M. Item No. 1: ROLL CALL Item No. 2: RESOLUTION NO. 24, SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING LIMITED CONCURRENT REVIEW OF THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II SKETCH PLAN AND TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT MAJOR PUD APPLICATIONS BY THE TOWN COUNCIL -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 27 Item No. 3: FIRST READING — ORDINANCE NO. 16, SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING FINAL PLAT, AND GRANTING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION TO PERMIT CONDOMINIUMIZATION, INCLUDING A TIME-SHARE REGIME, OF THE PROJECT (Tabled from 06-05-00) -- Chris Conrad. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 31 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. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 12, 2000 2:00 PM Presented By: Bernadette Barthelenghi, Landscape Architect Subject: Park Shelter Discussion 1) Request a recommendation and approval of a design being reviewed today in this work session. General Fund has allocated $110,000 towards building a shelter in the Community Park. It is my understanding that other shelters have been presented to Town Council, but none have been approved due to design issues. Architectural Style choices in the color copies have been modified to fit with the rural, western ranching theme that can be seen through out the Village. If tonight's choices are not liked, staff recommends that Council take the time necessary to effectively participate in a design review process that leads to a successful and well thought out result. 2) The following are budgetary prices provided by Cedar Forest Products Shelters: OAP40, 75 # live load, with cupola and cedar shakes $ 68,000 Installation including concrete flooring 34,000 TOTAL $102,000 1 have also requested a price on OAP40, with rusted corrugated metal roofing, the manufacturer can not provide this service, but the General Contractor who submitted the installation price is working on the cost for this request and has promised me the information before this work session. OS2G28, wood decking, cupola, cedar shakes $103,133 Installation including concrete flooring 28,520 TOTAL $131,653 OS2G28, wood decking, cupola, metal roof $ 98,530 Installation including concrete flooring 28,520 TOTAL $127,050 3) Cedar Forest Products cost estimates include engineering and stamped drawings for the chosen picnic shelter. Because of the 75 # live load required due to snowfall it will take 4-6 weeks to manufacture the structure once blueprints are modified and approved. If approved today we could look at completing in August. I ' � B'-O' A PRE-BUIIT VENTED CUPOIA I RED CEDAR SNAKES, HAND SPLIT RE-SAYTR, TO BE RMALLED PER MANUFACNRER'S INSTRUCTIONS%OYER —� ]0 FELT AND 02 d BETTER 2 X S- IIBANO im CEDAR T k 0 DECKING WITH VEE GROOVES ON FI11511 FACE .h I 70 BOTTOM Of CUP G III f U I�I �5- X 13 314" LAM. S.Y-P. ARCM C.C.A. .40 RET. bib FRONT ELEVATION__ wpm. TL=T_-D' oA� .gyp r W v cz tw sf.r. 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Roof Pitch 4/ Hex/Oct Arch Restroom OPTIONS:Solid laminated arch• 2"x 6"cedar roof d and fascia •Class"A"architectural fiberglass laminate, This compact restroom facility is cost effective, attractive and asphalt shingle,25 year limited warranty•Cedar Shin available in a variety of sizes. The Hex/Oct restroom facility •Cedar shakes• Pre-cut metal roof•Cupola • Lighm is designed with pre-cut 5"x 8" glue-laminated cedar timber protection system walls. The package includes doors, vent panel and partitions (plumbing walls). Handicap Accessible. Hexagon Roof octagon Root OPTIONS: Electrical and Plumbing Package(stainless steel/china)•Skylights Arch Pavilion Size Arch Pavilion Size • Cupola • Drinking fountains• Lightning protection system HAP 20 20'diam. OAP 18 18'diam. HAP 24 24'diam. OAP 24 24'diam. HAP 28 28'diam. OAP 28 28'diem. Hexagon Arch Roof Octagon Arch Roo( HAP 34 34'diam. OAP 34 34'diam. Restroom Facility Size Restroom Facility Size HAP 36 36'dlam. OAP 40 40'diem. OAP 44 44'diam. HARF 24 24'diam. OARF 24 24'diam. HARF 34 34*bier, OARF 34 34'diam. HARF 44 44'diam. OARF 44 44'diam. Larger Sizes Available Larger Sizes Available /'Jf 19 Cedar Forest Products Co. 800-552-9495 or 815-946-3994 111; v rr rt. rC'SG ,f. Steel Hex & Octagon Hexagon and Octagon Gazebos and Pavilions o Cedar Forest Products bolt-together steel structures .: can accommodate 26 gauge prefinished galvanized -" steel roof panel system or 2" x 6" wood roof decking for fiberglass shingles or cedar shakes. Single and double tier Gazebos are shipped complete with cupola and overhead decorative railing and handrail. A=6nA choice of six decorative railing and handrail jg4 packages are available (Gazebos shown with HP-1 option). Pavilions are available with optional cupola and overhead decorative railing and handrail ZaI �`� packages. HEXAGON GAZEBO,Two-Tier Roof Size 24',28'.36' HS2G24,HS2G28,HS2G36 is ," Yr HEXAGON HEXAGON PAVILION(Optional Cupola) OCTAGON PAVILION OCTAGON PAVILION(Optional Cupola) •KSG Root Size 20''-HSG20 Roof Size 16'.20',24' Roof Size 20'-OSP20 Roof Size 28'-OSP20 HSP16,HSP20,HSP24 u HEXAGON GAZEBO HEXAGON PAVILION OCTAGON PAVILION OCTAGON GAZEBO,Two•Tler Roof Size 24'-HSG24 Roof Size 28',36'-HSP28,HSP36 I Roof Size 36'-OSP36 Roof Size 28'-OS2G28 I 29 1 Cedar Forest Products Co. 800-552-9495 or 815-946-3994 1r `' � ��� � � � 1 1 ' � �� 1 �h � � � � 1 � �t "�t ���� _ � 1 ��� � � . i � 11`I�� I'll�l '/�— � 11 � - - j,—t .�� _ �� - � � r`. � � � 1� � � � _ � � `. '� I .n � , ����,�, �li 4 ° i1 o � , � � II`I � 11111�� �' 1 Z r � �\ � 1� 4 j� �. �` Q � � �:. �— �� — � s, _ � _, � 1 � � ' _ - - - � � _� . . . � I � x � �° � � ' � . ;' i � rma'' � 2 ��� _—�== -, ; '-�, �� l� - �:- gg � •� �_ r �_ �: COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 12, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Discussion regarding the Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan submission, amending the Snowmass Club Planned Unit Development, involving Parcels 3, 4 and 10 thereof. Overview: Discussion during the May 30 meeting regarding the Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan primarily focused upon defining the type and nature of"Community Benefits" that would be most appropriate for the applicant to include within their Preliminary Plan submission should they receive authorization to submit one following Sketch Plan approval. Four possible golf course solutions were identified that would add an additional nine (9) holes to the existing course. A copy of the 1991 Snowmass Land Company golf reservation agreement has been included within the packet. The applicant is providing a matrix of options concerning golfing and will present three (3) routing plans to aid in discussions during the meeting. Discussion will also occur employee generation and their rationale behind prior employee housing mitigation provided at the time the lodge was constructed. Recommendation: Discussion Topics: • Golf Routing • The SLC Golf Reservation • Employee Housing Mitigation • Identify Most Appropriate Community Benefit(s) P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Timbers\Timbers Final\The Timbers Concurrent ReviewTCMemo01 ' ,O Employee Generation Summary Chart* Use Original Club Generation Rate Employees Generated Phase one and Two Club Generation Rate Employees Generated"' Difference Commercial" 12800 sf 5.57 jobs/1000 sf 155 12800 sf 5.57 jobs/1000 sf 155 0 Office 0 sf 3.78 jobs/1000 sf na na 3.78 jobs/]000 sf na na Multi-family na .5 jobs/unit na 60 units .5 jobs/unit 23 23 Single-family na .3 jobs/lot na na .3 jobs/lot 0 na Hotel/Lodge Room 76 rooms .44 jobs/room 26 na .44jobs/room 0 -26 Ski Restaurants na 4.58 jobs/1000 sf na na 4.58 jobs/I000 sf 0 na Ski Areas na 82.6 jobs/]000 sf na na 82.6 jobs/1000 sf 0 na Conference Center na .97 jobs/1000 sf na na .97 jobs/]000 sf 0 na Health Club 114000 sf 11.47 jobs/1000 sf 16 18500 sf 11.47 jobs/1000 sf 21 5 TOTAL ` 96 99 3 gained 'summarizes winter`ses only as specified in land use code,golf clubhouse not intended for winter use includes lobby/reception,offices,restaurantlkitchen, housekeeping and other support areas i "'generation rate divided by 1.3 i " provided in Parcel 12 Employee Housing • � I� JUN �-� U •1000 I� I Sn rums Club As ieks Aspen Skiing Cu npany Snowmus Club Phase It 6.6.00 ORS 9I — X44 Rc sf- RAMc�l #335928 08/0/91 15: 35 Fec $40. 00 BK 655 F•G_139 Silvia Davis, FitF:in Cnty Clerk , Doc x. 00 AGREEMENT FOR RESERVATION OF LAND FOR GOLF COURSE ADDITION THIS AGREEMENT is made O.UGUST 5 'between Snowmass Land Company, an II': nois general 1991, partnership (SLC) , whose address is P. 0. Box 6119, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, and The Town of Snowmass Village, a Colorado municipal corporation (Town) whose address is P. O. Box 5010, Snowmass Village, CO 81615. W I T N E S S E T H WHEREAS, SLC is the owner of the real property described in Exhibit A attached hereto (the Property) consisting of Tract A and Tract B as identified therein, together with those water rights associated therewith as described in Exhibit B attached hereto, herein called the. Water Rights; and WHEREAS, the Town, as a condition to the Town's approval of SLC's Horse Ranch development, has required that SLC reserve the Property, and the Water Rights, for the proposed development for golf course purposes, with Tract A to be so reserved for up to 6 holes of golf and Tract B to be so reserved for up to 4 holes of golf; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the Town' s approval of SLC's Horse Ranch development, and for other valuable consideration, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, it is agreed as follows: 1. Reservation of _Property. SLC hereby agrees to reserve the Property, an t e water Rights, for the Proposed development for golf course purposes, to consist of the development of up to 6 holes of golf on Tract A and of up to 4 holes of golf on Tract B. 2. Conveyance Requirements. Upon the written request of the Town, SLC agrees to convey the Property, and the Water Rights, to the Town, or to such other person or entity as the Town shall designate, (the Transferee) to be used for golf course purposes, as aforesaid, subject to the prior satisfaction of the following requirements: dow / Z � 4335928 08/27/91 15: 35 Rec $40. 00 8Y. 655 PG 140 Silvia Davis, Pitkin Cnty Clerk , Doc $. 00 2.1 The Transferee shall have obtained all required governmental approvals for the construction and operation of such golf course and for the conveyance of the Property by SLC to the Transferee. 2.2 SLC shall have given its written approval of the Transferee's design of such golf course, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. 2. 3 The Transferee shall have entered into a written agreement with SLC, in form and substance satisfactory to SLC, whereby the Transferee shall agree: (a) to undertake the construction of such golf course in accordance with the design therefor approved by SLC and to a quality which is at least equal to the then current quality of the the other golf course located in the Town; (b) to pay all costs for the construction of such golf course; (c) to commence the construction of such golf course immediately upon conveyance of the Property, or as soon thereafter as weather conditions may permit; (d) to complete construction thereof not later than 36 months after conveyance of the Property; and (e) to provide SLC with a payment and performance bond, irrevocable letter of credit, or other security satisfactory to SLC, in an amount equal to 1008 of the estimated cost of such golf course construction, as security for the Transferee' s timely performance of its obligation to complete the construction of such golf course. 3. Conditions of Conveyance. 3.1 Subject to the satisfaction of the conditions set forth in Paragraph 2 above, SLC agrees to convey the Property and the Water Rights to the Transferee by Special Warranty Deed, without monetary consideration; except that the Water Rights shall be conveyed without warranty or representation of any nature. Such conveyance shall be free from all monetary liens, except for general real estate taxes for the year of .conveyance ., which shall be payable by the Transferee; and" shall .be. subject to: 2 #335928 08/27/91 15:35 Rec $40. 00 BK 655 PG 141 Silvia Davis, Fitkin Cnty Clerk , Doc $. no (a) reservations, exceptions, easements and restrictions of record; (b) rights and claims for easements for utilities in place but not of record; (c) rights and claims of parties in Possession but not of record; (d) the restriction that the Property shall be used only for golf course purposes and uses accessory thereto, except that the Property may be used for cross country skiing during the winter season; and e restrictions ( Rights shall only be utilized for green that Water ace course irrigation and their presently decreed purposes on the Property, and for no other purpose without the prior written consent of SLC; (ii) that the Water Rights shall not be utilized in any manner to curtail, initiate a call, or oppose any use of transference of SLC' s retained or remaining water rights, and (iii) that the Transferee shall be responsible for its pro rata costs of the operation, maintenance, repair, replacement and protection of the Water Rights and structure rights used in connection therewith pursuant to any contractual common law or statutory obligation which Transferee may have as an owner of the Water Rights. (f) a right of entry and power of termination for the benefit of SLC, and its successors and assigns, with respect to the Property and the Water Rights in the event the Property is not used for golf course purposes, including the construction of the golf course expansion and subsequent alterations and improvements thereof, for a period of 24 consecutive months. 3.2 The Transferee shall pay for any title insurance which the Transferee may desire with respect to the Property and the Transferee shall pay all documentary transfer fees, recording fees, and other closing costs with respect to the conveyance of the Property. 4. Limitation of SLC' s Obligation. SLC' s obligations herein are express y limited to t e provisions of Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 above, and SLC does not intend to undertake on its own behalf such golf course construction on the Property and shall have no obligation whatsoever to do SO. Furthermore, SLC shall 'have . . no obligation or responsibility for the ongoing operation, maintenance, repair or replacement of the ..golf course if the same shall be constructed. 3 #335928 08/27/91 15: 35 Rec $40. 00 BIC 655 Pa 142 Silvia Davis, Pitkin Cnty Clerk , Doc $. 00 5. Duration of Agreement. In the event that the Conveyance Requirements set fOktK In Paragraph 2 above shall not have been satisfied within 25 years from the date hereof, then this Agreement shall thereupon automatically terminate and be of no further force or effect and SLC shall be released of all of its obligations hereunder. 6. Conveyance of Property to a Third Party During Term of Agreement. Not ing contained s a e deemed or construe to prohibit SLC from conveying the Property, and/or the water Rights, during the term of this Agreement, to any person or entity who is not a party to this Agreement, and SLC shall, in its sole discretion, be free to do so; subject to the following: 6.1 Any such conveyance by SLC shall be made subject to the provisions of this Agreement and the grantee shall assume all of the obligations of SLC under this Agreement. 6.2 With respect to any such conveyance by SLC, SLC may retain, and reserve to itself, any of the rights granted to SLC under this Agreement, including, without limitation, the rights provided to SLC under the provisions of Paragraphs 2.2 and 2.3 hereof and the right of entry and power of termination provided to SLC under Paragraph 3.1 (e) hereof; and SLC may by instrument in writing and recorded in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado, designate another person or entity as its successor and assign for the purpose of exercising any such reserved rights. 7. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding upon, and Tall inure to the benefit of, the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement the date first written above. SNOWMASS LAND COMPANY THE TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE By By Kenneth R. Sont eim Its Mayor Attorney-in-fact pursuant to General Power ^� of Attorney recorded _ •` �� �';� ATTEST S r April 20, 1989 in Its C er ° Book 590 at Page 443 of the Records of Pitkin County, Colorado ...... 4 #335928 08/<7/91 15: 35 Rec 240, f.;0 8f;; 655 F•G 143 Silvia Davis, Fitlin Cnty Clerlr , Doc 2. 00 STATE OF COLORADO ) ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) N 'ale foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me day f Y ",(t � v dr- , 1991 by �..,, n e R. Sontheim, as Attorney-in- act or Snowmass Land 4 ` y A off°► Cl NESS my hand and official seal. `•/,��1 -0r c.Ply commission expires : mil. �c��y / � , /yr i STATE OF COLORADO ) Notary Public ss. COUNTY OF PITKIN ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me W is (o'tv> ay of W 1991 by as Mayor of The Town of Snowmass vi age, Colorado. WITNESS my hand and official seal. V.Unt MY commission expires: /a ` �01AR Yi: Notary Public _ J'.. - s.N y ••.. ...•'C0.1• Attachment A17:09 91 5 #335928 ire/27/91 15: 35 Rec $40. 00 BK 655 PG 144 Silvia Davis, F�itkin Cnty C1erL!: , Doc $. iiCr EXHIBIT A TO AGREEMENT FOR RESERVATION OF LAND FOR GU.Ur COURSE ADDITION Tract A Parcels B, C and D Horse Ranch Subdivision Town of Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado Tract B That certain parcel of land located within Parcel 29, as described in the Town of Snowmass Village Ordinance 10, Series of 1987 (East Village) , Town of Snowmass Village, Pitkin County, Colorado, as depicted on the Map which is attached hereto and made a part hereof, consisting of not more than 15. 6 acres. A17 : 09.1 91 #335925 ,i8/2 7/91 15: 35 Fec $40, 00 HK 655 PG 143• Silvia Davis, Fitki'n Cnty Clerk , Doc $. 00 j�j•t ��g, 1 N. F. �il'.� '.N. i,l�. ' , ..I ,���' ..fir" �r• '/,Cpl, /, '.I i%'..;ij� '���r•7 :..n I' ',c' '�•..!1.!s' I!i.f•7.7Tr: ! �' /1qj/,j�!S < is ,. '.'%Jig,•.�";'. ''i i`0" ! � ;r,� �^���, -•.. 1"\\ lip ( :•i"...�, �'':�n I• r , , •` ' ',�,. . . i`t;1�...'.,., to .�; � :�•���IIII/ ''ice// _: 1 )'l l)�lljl ltis�' '/ 'II' t'�Il� h .. f 11 . . I • #33592e (:)8/? /91 15: 35 Rec $40. ()(d BFI 655 PG 146 Silvia Davis, Pitkin Cnty Clerk: , Doc $. 00R EXHIBIT B TO AGREEMENT FOR RESERVATION OF LAND FOR GOLF COURSE ADDITION I. WATER RIGHTS FOR TRACT A (HORSE RANCHI sLC's interest in and to: 0.65 cfs of the original 1.7 cfs decreed to the Carroll Ditch First Enlargement water right originally decreed on May 11, 1889 in Civil Action No. 132 , Garfield County District Court, with an appropriation date of May 310 1884; 4.775 cfs of the original 20.0 cfs decreed to the East Snowmass and Brush Creek Ditch water right originally decreed in Civil Action No. 1321, Garfield County District Court on March 1, 1910, with an appropriation date of January 11, 1881; 64 acre-feet of the original 4118. 7 acre-feet decreed to the Snowmass Reservoir water right decreed on November 5, 1971, in Civil Action No. 5884 , Garfield County District Court, with an appropriation date of April 4, 1965. II. WATER RIGHTS FOR TRACT B (EAST VrL GE) SLC's interest in and to: 8. 0 acre-feet of the original 4118.7 acre-feet decreed to the Snowmass Reservoir water right on November 5, 19710 in Civil Action No. 5884 , Garfield County District Court, with an appropriation date of April 4 , 1965. 1.9 cfs originally decreed to Kelly Askins Ditch water right on May 11, 1889, in Civil Action No. 132, Garfield County District Court, with an appropriation date of June 27, 1887 . III. STRUCTURE RIGHTS A proportionate interest in and to any and all structures and easements associated with the diversion and carriage of the water rights described in Parts I and II, above, shall be conveyed by quit-claim deed with the subject water rights. IV. RIGHT OF SUBSTITUTION Snowmass Land company, referred to as SLC, reserves the right to substitute, in its sole discretion, other sources of raw water for the uses allowed in the Agreement provided such sources are of equal or better water quality and quantity taking into consideration the uses intended. 00e5voex.01 MK CENTENNIAL 402 SEVENTH STREET I TEL 970/929-8599 ATRIUM SUITE 711 P.O.DRAWER 909 FAX 970/928-8526 CENTENNIAL ENpINHERINO. INC. GLENWOOD SPRINGS,GO 81602 ■ DATE: June 9, 2000 ■ TO: Snowmass Village Town Council ■ FROM: Joe Kracum, PE ■ SUBJECT: Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza If Only One Parking Structure Could be Built Analysis & Recommendation The project conceived for the Snowmass Village Transit and Parking Plaza included a transit plaza, pedestrian deck, a passenger drop-off area, and two three-level parking structures. Two parking structures allowed the mass and scale to better balance with the landscape and existing structures in the Village, and also spread out the traffic and pedestrian flow to minimize congestion. As the projected conceptual cost of the entire project exceeds the currently anticipated funding available, a recommendation was requested that would include project modifications and/or project phasing. After review of the design criteria established for the project and meeting with Town staff, I am offering the following recommendations: 9 Build Transit Plaza, Pedestrian Deck, & Lower Parking Structure Ar Grade and Surface Lot 9 for SRA Tent AF Develop Incremental Parking Fee Structure AV Improve Parking Lot Shuttle Service - Upper Lots to Mail AF Establish the Unique Long Range Transportation Vision The conceptual capital cost for building the Transit Plaza, Pedestrian Deck, and Lower Parking Structure, including design, construction management, traffic control program would be in the range of $11 to 12 million. A rough conceptual cost for grading and surfacing Lot 9 for the SRA tent would be in the range of$200,000 to $250,000. Discussion of the recommendations are presented in detail below. I have also included a consideration of only building the Upper Structure at the end of the Lower Structure discussion. The project's design criteria is included with this memorandum for reference. Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza If Only One Parking Structure Could be Built Analysis & Recommendation Page 2 of 6 9 Build Transit Plaza, Pedestrian Deck, & Lower Parking Structure By building the transit plaza, pedestrian deck, and Lower Parking Structure with the passenger drop off area,a project is realized that provides an integration and consolidation of transportation functions with an overall lower cost of phasing. Discussion of the general, operational, cost terms and downsides of this project are summarized as follows: In general terms: • Adaptable to a wide range of future transportation options • Allows flexible options for parking lots above Elbert Lane • Provides a sense of arrival at the Mall & better balance with existing grade • Provides an open air feeling for passenger drop off and short term parking • Provides open air access to Transit Plaza and Mall (rather than in a tunnel) • Allows for more integrated architectural elements With the transit, parking,and pedestrian facilities developed in a consolidated area in close proximity to the Mall, the facility is easily adaptable to future transportation options. Long range visions of unique personal transportation and fixed guideway transit can be easily adapted to integrate with a facility that is consolidated and located in the heart of the business area. By concentrating the transportation functions in Lots 4 though 6, flexibility is allowed in the future use of the upper lots. With the transit operations, passenger drop off area, short term parking, and pedestrian deck integrated and consolidated, the ability to provide a true sense of arrival is inherent, and allows the architecture to tie the functions and operations of the elements together. All transit users and pedestrians get to experience the intent of the arrival, that is, out in the open, with easy access to all levels. In terms of operations: • Provides integrated & consolidated transit and parking operations • Provides replacement parking and 50 net new parking spaces • Less bus/vehicle/pedestrian conflicts and better mitigation of congestion • More visible and intuitive access to parking and easier to provide directions • Overall, parking is closer to Mall entrance • Less vertical circulation requirements are needed • Addresses daytime parking demands better Again, integration and consolidation is a key element in any multimodal design, and providing the Lower Structure does just that by providing all operations in a consolidated area that is more visible, has easy access, and requires less vertical circulation. With #2 1 / Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza If Only One Parking Structure Could be Built Analysis & Recommendation Page 3 of 6 respect to parking demand, it appears from information provided by the staff, that the demand for daytime parking is concentrated in the lower lots, and the demand for overnight parking is concentrated in the upper lots. The Lower Structure accommodates all of the parking displaced in Lots 4 through 7 and adds about 50 new parking spaces to the Mall area, which are overall closer to the Mall than the Upper Structure. With one parking structure rather than two, increased traffic congestion may occur at or near the structure. Building the Lower Structure would have less potential bus/car/pedestrian conflicts than only building the Upper Structure, due to the number and location of entrances. The Upper Structure was conceived using three separate entrances to each level, a means of eliminating the need for internal ramps in the structure, maximizing parking spaces, and minimizing costs. The Lower Structure provides its entrance to two thirds of its parking on the relocated Snowmelt Road and inherently, minimizes the pedestrian conflicts. If it were decided that only the Upper Parking Structure were to be built, a prudent means of dealing with the congestion would be to provide an entrance from Brush Creek Road, as in earlier designs, which then would require internal ramps for circulation. Both the Brush Creek Road entrance and the internal ramps would be an additional cost. In terms of cost: • Overall less costly than only building the Upper Structure • Eliminates need for temporary RFTA facility during construction With the Lower Structure constructed along with the Transit Plaza and Pedestrian Deck, a complete project would be realized. This would eliminate the need to design the Pedestrian Deck in such a way so that the Lower Structure could be built at a later date. By comparison, if the Upper Structure were only built, a logical assumption would be to construct the passenger drop off area and some short term parking in the area of Lots 4 and 5. With vertical circulation to the Pedestrian Deck, the cost of this would be in the million dollar range. This could also accommodate some or much of the waste material generated by the excavations of the Transit Plaza and Upper Structure, a measure which would save some costs in the short term. But in the long term, by adding the Lower Structure at a later date would require that the passenger drop off area and short term parking be eliminated to construct the Lower Structure, realizing a cost with little or no project value. And the waste material placed, would then have to be handled again. Furthermore, if the Upper Structure were to be constructed first rather than the Lower Structure, the construction of the Lower Structure at a later date would have considerable impact on the transit operations and passenger drop off during its construction, again at a cost with little or no value. 2, Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza If Only One Parking Structure Could be Built Analysis & Recommendation Page 4 of 6 In the project schedule presented for the project, the parking structures were constructed during the first year, thereby providing replacement parking half way through the project. Also, the lower structure's passenger drop off area is utilized for the RFTA bus stop while the transit plaza and pedestrian deck are under construction,thereby minimizing the impact and overall cost. In terms of the downsides: • More visual impact to Mall area lodges • Potential more congestion at Snowmelt Lane and Daly Lane • Less accessible to main conference facilities than Upper Structure • Requires more architectural elements and landscaping than Upper Structure The Lower Structure does have its downsides, as it does have a more visual impact from the lodges below the Mall. Due to the consolidation, new guests may travel up Snowmelt Lane (existing Snowmelt Road) to Daly Lane and may get messed up, thereby creating more congestion at the intersection. The Lower Structure, while near the potential conference facility expansion, is further from the existing conference facilities.An issue that arises if the Lower Structure is only built, is that of where to locate the conference tent, an issue addressed later in this memorandum. The Upper Structure has been located to take advantage of the existing vegetation and is located outside of the mainstream of the Mall businesses and may require less architectural treatment and landscaping to provide an aesthetically pleasing structure. The Lower Structure, because of its proximity to the lodges and its presence as one drives up Snowmelt Road, would require architectural treatment and good landscaping to minimize its visual impact. Ar Grade and Surface Lot 9 for SRA Tent One of the design criteria was to provide approximately 16,000 square feet on the top of the Upper Structure for a conference tent during the summer. If the Upper Structure was not constructed, the retaining wall between Lots 9 and 10 could be extended to allow grading and surfacing of the two levels of Lot 9 into one continuous level. A conference tent then could be constructed as intended. a Develop Incremental Parking Fee Structure In review of the existing parking lot usage, it appears that the utilization of the far upper lots is usually low. Better utilization of the existing lots would provide a better parking system at a minimal cost. The concept of incremental parking fees provides for higher parking fees in more congested and accessible areas and lower parking fees in outlying areas. 0, Z3 --*v Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza If Only One Parking Structure Could be Built Analysis & Recommendation Page 5 of 6 Developing an incremental parking fee structure, would require better access to the Mall, and is discussed in the next item. Ar Improve Parking Lot Shuttle Service - Upper Lots to Mall Better utilization of the far upper lots would require better means of getting parkers to their destination. TOSV Shuttles with regular frequency, could provide this means. Especially during the peak hours, dedicated shuttles could provide 5 minute headways to provide transportation from the Transit Plaza and the upper lots. Ar Establish the Unique Long Range Transportation Vision As discussed in the 5 June Council Meeting, a long range vision fora unique transportation system in Snowmass Village is needed. One such concept that was discussed was that of utilizing one of the new small, low-polluting, high mileage cars currently in use in Europe. The cars would be parked in the parking structure and in other strategic locations in Snowmass Village, available for use by residents and guests.As all of these small vehicles would be the same, and use of a particular vehicle would not be restricted to one user, parking requirements would be greatly reduced.Agreementswith rental caragencies could be developed to provide the visitor with this unique concept. Other long range transportation visions that would be unique to Snowmass Village could be developed including the use of fixed guideway systems. All of these visions come at a significant initial investment, but the key is to address the short term needs of transportation in Snowmass Village and design to accommodate the long range vision. / ?/ 7 0. Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza If Only One Parking Structure Could be Built Analysis & Recommendation Page 6 of 6 Upper Parking Structure Consideration The other option for this project, is to only build the Upper Structure with the Transit Plaza and Pedestrian Deck. The recommendations made for developing an incremental parking fee structure, improving parking lot shuttle service, and establishing the unique long range transportation vision are carried forth with this option. The main benefits of building the Upper Structure include: • Proximity to Existing Conference Facilities • Demand for overnight parking is better addressed • Accommodates the SRA tent • Less visual impact to lodges below Mall • More flexibility in adding parking levels The conceptual capital cost for building the Transit Plaza, Pedestrian Deck, and Upper Parking Structure, including design, construction management, traffic control program would be more than if providing only the Lower Structure, that is in the range of$12.5 to 13.5 million. This includes the additional costs that would be incurred to provide a passenger drop of area and about 60 short term parking spaces located in Lots 4 and 5, including the vertical circulation from the passenger drop off area and short term parking. Not considered in these costs are an entrance to the Upper Parking Structure from Brush Creek Road,addition of internal ramps to the Upper Parking Structure,which could amount to an additional $300,000 - $500,000 in costs. If additional parking is desired in the Upper Structure, a rough estimate, which would depend on the number and location of spaces, would be in the $12,000 to $15,000 per space range. Snowmass Village Transit & Parking Plaza General Design Criteria .................................................. Pe destrians............................................................................................. Structure Fe atures....................................................................................... Pedestrian access and flow have ultimate priority over bus and cars . Provide a sense of arrival at the Mall Pedestrian Plaza above covered Bus Transit Area at same grade as Mall . Hold close to existing ridge line and minimize retaining wall exposure Pedestrian access from Mall must be easy and short to Bus Transit Area . Balance parking structure with existing grade and adjacent buildings Provide snowmelled walkways where necessary . Provide open air feeling to bus plaza Moving ramps or escalators are desired to access buses . Design for maximizing space now,cut-back later if necessary Accommodate ADA Requirements in Pedestrian Plaza Minimize crossings of vehicular movements Conference Area.......................................................................................... Provide strategically located reception/information area Provide bicycle facilities during summer season . Accommodate approximately 16,000 sf for temporary conference tent Locate space in Lot 9,at approximate level of Elbert Lane BusTransit............................................................................................. Loading&Delivery..................................................................................... Bus transit has priority over car traffic Provide transit riders with clear,easy directions to buses Maintain operations on Elbert Lane and Daly Lane TOSV Shuttle Buses-5 bays for unloading,5 bays for loading Consider concept of making operations in Parcel C Building more efficient RPTA Regional&Day Skier Buses-3 coach bays,2 articulated bus bays Consider separation of transit vehicles from loading&delivery vehicles \ Accommodate ADA Requirements in Bus Plaza Provide for comfortable waiting areas,approx.3600 sf for RPTAfrOSV Other Conviderat ions.................................................................................. Provide for smooth flow of buses through plaza,separate from car flow Limit bus paths crossing one another . Provide plan for taxis,lodge vans,and charter buses Coordinate operations with Base Village development . Provide visitor amenities including restrooms and congregating areas Provide concepts for use of existing TOSV Bus Plaza Car Parking............................................................................................ Accommodate Ski School drop offs until Base Village is developed Minimize visual and other environmental impacts to residents Provide replacement of parking displaced by transit plaza in Lots 4&5 . Consider bus storage in underground parking area Provide 200 additional parking spaces . Consider operations management strategies for transit Maximize parking spaces near Mall,Lots 5 and 8 . Consider inclusion of transit operations offices Provide increased spaces for short term parking near Mall Consider automated ticket sales as well as face-to-face sales Provide for kiss and ride area new Mall Consider possible parking spaces under bus plaza area Provide clearly marked pedestrian exits from parking areas Improve pedestrian friendliness of Elbert Lane&Daly Lane Consider security in Roadway/nprovements........................................................................ transit&pedestrian areas Improve intersection of Elbert Lane and Upper Snowmelt Road /u5yr-p rs/ Align relocated Snowmelt Road to recent realignment at Lot 4 MK CENTENNIAL r Provide snowmelted roadways where necessary NOWMAS S VIl, A l�[(�ilr!ll � CENTENNIAL ENpINEEF�NO.INC. COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 12, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Resolution No. 24, Series of 2000, a resolution approving limited concurrent review of the Snowmass Club Phase Ii Sketch Plan And Timbers At Snowmass Final Planned Unit Development Major PUD applications by the Town Council. Overview: Both the Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan and The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD have been scheduled to be discussed during the June 12 meeting. The Sketch Plan will occur during your Work Session prior to consideration of this resolution. Section 16A-5-300(b)(3) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code specifies that only one major development may be under review at one time unless otherwise authorized by resolution of the Town Council. Adoption of this resolution will be necessary in order to proceed with first reading of the Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD ordinance during the Regular Meeting. The enclosed resolution will allow the Snowmass Club and Timbers applications to be discussed during the June 12 and June 19. It is likely that the Timbers ordinance will be able to receive second reading at your June 19, 2000 meeting. Recommendation: Staff recommends approval of the enclosed resolution. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Timbers\Timbers Final\The Timbers Concurrent ReviewTCMemo01 do z1' TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 24 SERIES OF 2000 A RESOLUTION APPROVING LIMITED CONCURRENT REVIEW OF THE SNOWMASS CLUB PHASE II SKETCH PLAN AND TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT MAJOR PUD APPLICATIONS BY THE TOWN COUNCIL. WHEREAS, The Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan application ("Snowmass Club Sketch") review commenced with a joint Town Council and Planning Commission meeting held on April 10, 2000; and WHEREAS, The Snowmass Village Planning Commission completed their review with the adoption of Resolution No. 14, Series of 2000, on May 17, 2000; and WHEREAS, a Public Hearing was commenced before the Town Council on May 30, 2000 to begin their review of the Sketch Plan submission; and WHEREAS, the Town Council began reviewing the Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD ('Timbers Final") on June 5, 2000 and anticipate concluding their review with Second Reading of Ordinance No. 16, Series of 2000, on June 19, 2000; and WHEREAS, The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC has submitted a written request, attached as Exhibit "A", for concurrent review of more than one major PUD application during the June 12 and June 19 Town Council meetings; and WHEREAS, Section 5-230, (B) (3) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code states that there shall only be one major PUD application under review by the Town Council at any time, unless authorized by Resolution of the Town Council; and WHEREAS, it is anticipated that the Timbers Final application can be completed during the June 19 Town Council meeting. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado SECTION ONE: Approval for Concurrent Review. The Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village hereby authorizes the concurrent review of the Snowmass Club Associates Phase 11 Sketch Plan application and The Timbers at TC Reso. 00-24 Page 2 Snowmass, LLC Final PUD application during the June 12 and June 19, 2000 Town Council meetings. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED, by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on this 12th day of June, 2000, with a motion made by Council Member and a second made by Council Member and by a vote of_ in favor and _opposed. TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE T. Michael Manchester, Mayor ATTEST: Trudi Worline, Town Clerk 1)?JI. �. 20D0 9: 1 r.1�1 %vr.EI1IG F"..I; H7E 1IG. 1144 F. 2 PO aon 6459•.SNOWM4p Vn ucr,CO •61615 THH TIMHSAS CLUB 970.923.4397(PBONH)• 970-923-9402(PAX) G , A' .u,i w,.,n n x H P� 1, WWWIM,�N(p(u(„Gnt June 9, 2000 �s Mayor T. Michael Manchester and Town Council Members Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Dear Mayor and Council Members, As you are aware,The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC has filed an application for Final PUD approval of The Timbers at Snowmass project. We are hoping to receive Second Reading approval at your June 19, 2000 Town Council meeting. We have been made aware that both the Snowmass Club Phase II Sketch Plan and The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD have been scheduled to be discussed during the June 12 meeting. The Snowmass Club item is to occur during your Work Session while first reading of the ordinance approving our final plan is scheduled for the Regular Meeting. Our concern is that Section 16A-5-300(b)(3) of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code specifies that only one major development may be under review at one time unless otherwise authorized by resolution of the Town Council. Accordingly, we are requesting that you allow the simultaneous consideration of more than one major development during the June 12 and June 19 Town Council meetings and enable us to conclude the Town Council review of our application with the adoption of Ordinance No. 16 at your June 19,2000 meeting. Thank you for your consideration of our request. 4 -�� David Burden�� 30 COUNCIL COMMUNIQUE Meeting Date: June 12, 2000 Presented By: Planning Division Chris Conrad, Planning Director Subject: Discussion and First Reading: Ordinance No. 16, Series of 2000, an ordinance approving the Timbers at Snowmass Final Planned Unit Development, including Final Plat, and granting a Subdivision Exemption to permit condominiumization, including a time share regime, of the project. Overview: The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC. has prepared additional material in response to direction received during you June 5 review of their Final PUD application. Copies have been placed in your council boxes for review. The information includes: • More detailed construction management plan with timeline amended to commence development on August 1. • Sections through Buildings B, C and D to show depict the grading and wall conditions behind the buildings. • Amended drawings to detail the stream area adjacent to the pool behind Building A. • Enlarged diagram for use in discussing the grading behind Building D. • Modified Bus Shelter drawings. Building elevations showing the material color schemes will be completed and available at the meeting. Comments from John McCarty will be received Monday and provided at the meeting. Staff review is nearly complete. The applicant has responded to Joe Coffey's June 5 memo which is included within your packet. Further comments and recommendations will be provided at the meeting. Dean Gordon is scheduled to be at the June 19 meeting. -- 3r - June 12: First Reading of the enclosed Ordinance 16 (PUD) Review June 19: Comments from Dean Gordon & Town Attorney Schedule: Conclude Final PUD discussion Second Reading Ordinance 16 (PUD) First Reading Ordinance 17 (Rezoning) July 10: P.H. and Second Reading Ordinance 17 (Rezoning) Recommendation: First Reading approval of the enclosed Ordinance. Additional Tconclitions may be provided at the meeting. P:\user\cconrad\MS Word Docs\Timbers\The Timbers Final PUD TCMemo02.doc oo, 3A RECEIVED Planned Unit Development Guide i.Id 0 9 7000 Snowmass Village Community Development Section 16A-5-370(3) of the Municipal Code requires the submission of a PUD Guide, the purpose of which shall be to specify the zone district limitations and development regulations that will guide the development of The Timbers property. In addition to all civil engineering, architectural, and other drawings included in the final application, the following parameters shall serve as zone district limitations and development regulations for The Timbers at Snowmass project. Parcel K - Lot 1 Development Guide A. Development Intent 1. Parcel K - Lot 1, which is 9.395 acres, includes all of the Club Suites and Townhouses, related parking, and uses that are accessory to the operation of The Timbers at Snowmass. 2. Within Lot 1, there will be a total of 40 condominiumized dwelling units. 3. Parking spaces in an underground parking garage will be either a common element of the project or condominiumized, as further described in this PUD Guide. 4. A Time Share Estate is created for the purpose of creating a minimum of 256 and up to a maximum of 320 fractional ownership interests in the 36 Club Suites and 4 Townhome units. At least 32 Club Suites will be will divided into 1/8th interests for ownership purposes (256 ownership interests). 5. The four (4) townhomes and up to four(4) Club Suites may be sold either as whole interests or in fractions of up to 1/8th interest, and either part of or separate from the timeshare regime, which shall be determined by the Developer. 6. The Timbers Owners Association will require only a simple majority vote of the owners to permit the short-term rental of the any Club Suites in which fractional interests are sold and which is part of the timeshare regime of the project. B. Allowed Uses 36 three bedroom multi-family dwelling units (Club Suites) The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -I- May.1000 o- 33 ' 4 four bedroom single family attached dwelling units (Townhomes) Lobby, office, ski storage and lockers, club lounge and kitchen, conference and meeting area, health club and spa, and related service, mechanical, and common areas 7 Plaza level surface parking spaces 137 parking spaces in the underground structure minimum and up to a maximum of 145 8 parking spaces for Townhome units in attached garages Open space Trails and sidewalks Utilities Passive recreation areas Exterior pool and spa areas Landscaped plaza with access drive C. Development Parameters 1. Gross Building Square Footage Club Suites and Townhomes 153,904 square feet Underground garage 63,180 square feet TOTAL 217,084 square feet 2. Building Square Footage as Calculated Under Section 16A-3-210 of the Code Club Suites and Townhomes 128,581 square feet Parcel K - Lot 2 Development Guide A. Development Intent 1. Parcel K - Lot 2, which is 1.539 acres, includes all of the Restricted Employee Housing Units and related parking. 2. Employee housing units in Lot 2 will be subject to an Employee Housing Agreement between the Town of Snowmass Village and the Developer, which is included in the Final PUD Application. B. Proposed Uses 9 one bedroom multi-family dwelling units The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -2- May,2000 3 y- 9 two bedroom multi-family dwelling units Home occupations, storage, laundry, and related service and mechanical areas 39 surface parking spaces minimum Open space Utilities Trails and sidewalks Passive recreation areas C. Development Parameters 1. Gross Building Square Footage 21,351 square feet 2. Calculated Square Footage by Code 16,402 square feet 3. Average Square Footage by Unit Type 9 one bedroom @ approx. average 615 square feet 9 two bedroom @ approx. average 1,120 square feet Parcel K - Lot 3 Development Guide A. Development Intent 1. Parcel K- Lot 3, which is 0.151 acres, shall be a park and ride facility, to be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. B. Proposed Uses 6 surface parking spaces Open space Utilities Trails and sidewalks Parcel K- Lot 4 Development Guide A. Development Intent I. Parcel K- Lot 4, which is 0.025 acres, includes a portion of the public trail and bridge abutments for the wooden bridge that permits access across Brush Creek Road, and will be conveyed to the Town of Snowmass Village. The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -3- May,2000 B. Proposed Uses Open space Above grade bridge Trails and sidewalks Utilities Project Floor Area Ratio The maximum floor area ratio in the MU zone district is 1:1. The floor area ratio for project will be as follows. A. Lot 1 Club Suites and Townhome Units/Amenity Facilities Total Square Footage 128,581 S.F. Total Parcel Square Footage (9.395 Acres) 409,246 S.F. Floor Area Ratio .314 B. Lot 2 Employee Housing Total Square Footage 16,402 S.F. Total Parcel Square Footage (1.539 Acres) 67,038 S.F. Floor Area Ratio .245 C. Total Project Total Square Footage 144,983 S.F. Total Project Square Footage 476,284 S.F. Floor Area Ratio .304 Number of Bedrooms in the Project Bedrooms Employee Housing 27 The Timbers Club 124 TOTAL 151 Project Parking and Transportation Program A. The Land Use and Development Code requires 1.5 spaces per bedroom for employee housing and 1.0 space per bedroom for other dwelling units in the MU The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -4- May,2000 � 3 6- zone district. B. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Finding 14.c and Section Three (condition 10), the Town Council agreed that 1.26 parking spaces per bedroom in the employee housing, or a minium of 34 space, is an acceptable standard. C. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Section Three (condition 10), the Town Council agreed that a minimum of 150, but no greater that 160 parking spaces, will be provided for The Timbers at Snowmass Club and associated Social Memberships. D. The Timbers at Snowmass will maintain a project transit system for Club members and Club guests. The Timbers Owners Association will provide four(4) vans for the purposes of providing twenty-four hour on-call transportation services within Snowmass Village, to and from Aspen, the Pitkin County Airport, and other reasonable destinations. E. Parking Regulations and Social Member Limitations 1. Seven (7) parking spaces will be provided on the plaza-level near the porte-cochere, as a common element of the project. The use of these spaces will be time restricted and controlled by The Timbers Owners Association. 2. There will be two (2) spaces in the garage that is attached to each of the four Townhome units. 3. There will be provided and maintained as a common element of the project a total of 72 parking spaces in the underground parking garage for the thirty-six (36) Club suites. 4. There will be provided and maintained as a common element of the project a total of 8 parking spaces in the underground parking garage for the four (4) Townhome units. 5. There will be provided and maintained as a common element of the project two (2) parking spaces for Club vans and eight(8) parking spaces for employees in the underground parking garage. 6. To ensure that adequate parking will be available for the thirty-six (36) Club Suites, there will be provided thirty-six (36) condominiumized parking spaces in the underground parking garage. These spaces will be owned by the Developer. The Developer shall make available eighteen The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -5- ,Nay.2000 307 dew (18) of these parking spaces to The Timbers Owners Association for only the prorated cost of maintenance and liability insurance during the parking evaluation period described below. This arrangement will be formalized by a Parking License, the form of which is included in the final PUD application. A three (3)year parking evaluation period shall be established for the purposes of reviewing and determining the specific parking needs of the thirty-six Club Suites. The evaluation period shall commence on the date of the issuance of the final certificate of occupancy for the first phase of the Timbers Club. The Town Council and developer may choose to conclude the evaluation at any time during the evaluation period. The Town Council can extend the evaluation period for only a reasonable period, which shall be the minimum amount of time that is deemed necessary to adequately access the parking demand for the Club Suites. The Developer and Timbers Owners Association will not impose any restrictions or limitations upon Club members or guests that would affect the Town's ability to accurately assess the true parking demand for these units. During the evaluation period, the Developer will collect parking data and, with the Planning Director, project the parking needs for the thirty-six Club Suites. During the evaluation period, the Developer may lease, on an annual basis, the remaining 18 parking spaces to Social Members in accordance with the procedures for allocating Social Member parking spaces. 7. During or at the end of the parking evaluation period the Developer and Town Council will determine whether any or all of the 36 parking spaces retained by the Developer are required to meet the parking needs of the 36 Club Suites. The Developer will, based on the determination of need, convey the specific number of spaces required to meet the needs of the thirty-six Club Suites to The Timbers Owner's Association, which shall then own and control said additional spaces for the benefit of the owners of the thirty-six Club Suites. If it is determined that any or all of the 36 parking spaces are required for the thirty-six Club Suites, then the Developer can sell or lease the parking spaces to Social Members. 8. The Timbers Owners Association will assign common element parking spaces within the underground structure as follows: a. One (1) parking space shall be assigned to each Club Suite. b. Two (2) parking spaces shall be assigned to each Townhome. C. The location of the assigned spaces will be based on proximity of the parking space to the unit. All other required Club Suite parking The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -6- .May.2000 3100 spaces will not be assigned. 9. The Developer can provide up to a maximum of 19 additional condominiumized parking spaces for Social Members in the underground parking garage. At the Developer's discretion, these spaces may be leased or sold to Social Members. These spaces shall not be encumbered in any manner. 10. The Developer shall allocate, whether by lease or sale, each parking space made available to a Social Member on the following basis: a. The Developer will, after providing a 30 day notice, which will include advertisement in the newspaper of local circulation and by U.S. mail, offer parking spaces at rates/prices established by the Developer to owners of property in any of the Ridge Run subdivisions and The Ridge Condominiums, whose sole or primary means of accessing Brush Creek Road is via Faraway Road ("Faraway Road Properties"). b. After the number of spaces sold or leased to "Faraway Road Properties" is determined, the Developer will offer, for a period of 30 days, parking spaces at rates/prices established by the Developer to any owner of property within Snowmass Village. C. After the number of spaces sold or leased to Snowmass Village residents is determined, then the Developer will offer any remaining parking spaces to any property owner within the Roaring Fork Valley or elsewhere. d. The resale of any social member parking space shall require notification of the resale in accordance with subsection (a) and (b) above. Evidence of compliance with the advertising and priority allocation provisions of this PUD Guide shall be provided to the Timbers Owners Association. The Timbers Owners Association will not recognize any Social Membership that was not conveyed in accordance with the requirements herein. F. Parking Spaces will be provided an maintained in the following locations: I. Lot 1 Minimum Maximum Underground Garage 137 145 Plaza(surface) 7 7 Townhome (attached garage) 8 8 The Timbers al Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -7- May,2000 31 ' TOTAL 152 160 2. Lot 2 Surface Parking 39 39 3. Total Parking Provided 191 199 Project Open Space A. The Town Code requires that a minimum of 25 percent open space in the MU zone district. B. The Project will provide and maintain 8.7 acres of open space within Lots 1 and 2 of the Project. Total Area of Lot 1 and Lot 2 476,284 S.F. Above Grade Structure Area Lot 1 and 2 93.433 S.F. TOTAL OPEN SPACE 382,851 S.F. Gross Residential Density (Units/Acre) Employee Housing 18 units/1.539 acres = 11.7 units/1 acre Club Suites/Townhouses 40 units/9.395 acres = 4.26 units/1 acre Total Project 58 units/10.934 acres = 5.3 units/1 acre Allowable Building Height A. The maximum height permitted in the MU zone district is 38 feet above existing grade. B. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Section Three (condition 3) the Town Council agreed that the definition of"existing grade"was not appropriate for this Project because of the amount of site disturbance that occurred in the past. The Town Council agreed that the elevation 100' on all Sopris Engineering and Stryker/Brown drawings equals 8,315 Mean Sea Level elevation and the "Project Benchmark" (assumed elevation of 1023.33') would be 120.33' or 8,335.33' Mean Sea Level. Any reduction in the plaza surface elevation will require a commensurate reduction in building height. The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Guide Page -8- dfay,2000 Ole .t6 C. In Resolution No 6, Series of 2000, Finding 12, determined that a variance from the height limitations of the MU zone district for Building A is appropriate and that the maximum height for Building A can be up to 59 feet above grade. D. The maximum building height for the project is documented on the Stryker/Brown architectural drawings (sheet Roof 1 and Roof 2), which are incorporated as part of this PUD Guide. With the exception of Building A, no structure will exceed 38 feet above grade. The maximum height of Building A will be 59 feet above grade. The roof of Building A will not project above elevation 148'10", as shown in the architectural drawings. Project Signs All permitted signs, as defined in Section 16A-4-520 of the Municipal Code, shall require compliance with all applicable provisions of Section 16A-4-550. The developer may submit a comprehensive sign plan, in accordance with Section 16A-4-560 of the Municipal Code. The Timbers at Snmvmass Final PUD Guide Page -9- Allay,2000 ,� yl MMOASSVI 'AGE iinusing Dlpurunler To: Chris Conrad From: Joe Coffey Date: June 5. 2000 Re: Timbers—Employee Housing Buildings E — F 1. The plans do not show overhead or wall cabinets in the kitchen. The kitchens may need more cabinets and countertop space. '_. Please provide a wall or baseboard heater for dumpster shed maintenance room. A light will be necessary. 3. All storage closets shall have lights. 4. Heat tapes for all gutters. 5. The roof design with all the valleys may require roof heat tapes. 6. I requested an indoor maintenance / storage room for the housing supplies, and this is not shown on the plans. I was told this would be incorporated into the boiler! mechanical room. 7. Only one mechanical room is shown. Are both buildings going to utilize one boiler room'? 3. The slanted posts supporting the entryway roofs may need to be changed. OW yz PO BOX 6156 • SNOWMASS VILLAGE,COLORADO 81615 (970) 923-2360 - If=) (970) 923-5481 - homingotow.com - w .towxom Page 1 o1'2 Chris Conrad From: Wayne Stryker <wayne @strykerbrown.com> To: <housing @tosv.com> Cc: Martin Mate <mata @snowcap.net> Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2000 3:25 PM Subject: Timbers Club Joe- Please consider this response to your June 5 memo to Chris Conrad. It follows your numbers: 1. a. Wall cabinets will be provided in all kitchens. However, the 1-brm unit wall cabinets above the range and refrigerator wall will probably be inadequate. I suggest we provide a pantry cabinet in the notch adjacent to the closet rather than add cabinets over the bar. The wall cabinets in the 2-br. units will be full width along the sink and refrigerator wall and along the wall above the range. This results in a total of 17 linear feet of wall cabinets. b. I believe the countertop spaces are close to adequate as shown based on my own experience living in these types of units. However, our plan symbols show 33"wide sinks and 30"wide ranges which may be oversized, especially for the 1-brm units. Our large drawing symbols absorb useful counter space. I suggest that the sinks be 21"wide single compartment brushed stainless steel with 20" drainboards and the ranges be 20"or 24"width. The peninsula counter at 1-br. units can easily be increased 6"to align with the face of wall behind the kitchen. c. Should the inside kitchen dimension at the 1-br. units be increased from 42"as now shown? 2. We will provide an overhead light and an electric baseboard heater in the dumpster shed maintenance room. We will also provide a power outlet if you desire. 3. Each storage locker shall have an overhead light with a pull string. 4. All gutters shall have heat tapes. 5. We are very concerned with the challenges of waterproofing in this climate. Our office philosophy has been to design as"cold"a roof system as practical to minimize the building's interior heat that reaches the roof surface. This minimizes ice dams. This permits the roof system to manage ice and snow as it should, even as the ice and snow remain for extended periods. As a precaution we specify that electric outlets be distributed along the eaves should it be found that heat tape could be useful. We have found this strategy to be functional and cost effective. I welcome your comments and experiences on this ever present design concern. 6. We did not provide a mechanical room plan drawing in our haste to submit. However, we will include this, describing the storage room,which will copy you post haste. 7. The engineered heating system specifies that one mechanical room will service both buildings (E&F). 8. The slanted posts at the entryway roofs carry a timber design theme of the free-market side through to the affordable housing. This is consistent with my understanding of Town Council's intent. By sloping the posts slightly (some of our drawings exaggerate this slope)we are able to easily carry the roof overhangs beyond the lowest steps which provides a little extra protection. Also, by bearing these posts onto the stringers (which will act like beams) additional foundation piers may be uneccesary. I welcome your comments, Wayne 06/09/2000 TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 16 SERIES OF 2000 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE TIMBERS AT SNOWMASS FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING FINAL PLAT, AND GRANTING A SUBDIVISION EXEMPTION TO PERMIT CONDOMINIUMIZATION, INCLUDING A TIME SHARE REGIME, OF THE PROJECT. WHEREAS, the Town Council approved the Timbers at Snowmass Preliminary Planned Unit Development ("PUD") Plan application by the adoption of Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000; and WHEREAS, said resolution granted authorization for The Timbers at Snowmass, LLC (the "Applicant') to prepare and submit their Final PUD Plan application; and WHEREAS, the Applicant submitted the Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Plan (the 'Project') application to the Town on May 25, 2000 and the Planning Director determine that the application was complete and satisfied the Final PUD submission requirements of Section 16A-5-370 of the Snowmass Village Municipal Code (the "Municipal Code"); WHEREAS, the Town Council has now considered the Final PUD application, the final subdivision plat, and the subdivision exemption requests and heard the recommendations of Town Staff; and WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the adoption of this Ordinance is necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, safety and welfare. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, as follows: Section One: Findings. The Town Council finds as follows: 1. The Town Council generally finds that the changes made by the Applicant to the Timbers at Snowmass PUD after the conclusion of the Preliminary PUD review process were consistent with the direction outlined within Town Council Resolution No. 6, Series of 2000. 2. The Town Council finds that the Final PUD Plan continues to be consistent with Section 16A-5-300(c), General Restrictions, of the yy- TC Ord. 00-16 Page 2 Municipal Code. 3. The Town Council has determined that the Final PUD Plan is consistent with the provisions of Section 16A-5-310, Review Standards ("Standards"), of the Municipal Code. 4. The Final PUD Plan generally identifies land uses that are consistent with the Town of Snowmass Village Comprehensive Plan (the "Comprehensive Plan") Future Land Use Map in that the subject area is identified as being intended for Open Space/Conservation and Multi- Family Residential uses. The "Club Facility" and the associated parking would be appropriate accessory uses customarily found in connection with a development of this type. It is believed that Building D does partially extend into the area shown as being Open Space on the Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map; however, the Applicant has committed a southerly portion of the parcel to Open Space that is larger in area than what has been identified for "Open Space/Conservation" on the map. There will be no net loss in Open Space from the amount currently identified on the Future Land Use Map. 5. Section 16A-3-40(6)(b)(1)of the Municipal Code specifies elements of the Comprehensive Plan that shall be accommodated in the development of the Faraway Ranch South (Parcel K & N) Comprehensively Planned Area. The development shall include: (1) enhancement of the skier access and pedestrian trails; (2) Faraway Road/Brush Creek Road intersection improvement; (3) clustered development that provides for the maximum preservation of open space; and (4) connection to the Snowmass Center and the Base area. The Town Council finds the Final PUD Plan complies with Section 16A-3-40(6)(b)(1)of the Municipal Code. 6. The "Comprehensive Plan" Build Out Analysis identifies the potential for up to 50 free market and 50 Affordable Housing units on the subject property if the PUD complies with Section 16A-5-300(c)(6), Community Purposes for PUD's, and other applicable provisions of the Municipal Code. The development proposal involves far less than 85% of the build- out potential. 7. Article IV, Division 4, Restricted Housinq Requirements, of Chapter 16A of the Municipal Code, provides the methodology for determining the amount of restricted housing which must be provided by the Applicant to sufficiently mitigate the employee housing impact of the proposed development. The methodology in force and effect at the time this Preliminary Plan application was submitted requires: WOW OW I 7 TC Ord. 00-16 Page 3 (tc "CLUB FACILITIES")1,022 S.F. Office Area X 3.78 jobs/1,000 S.F. 3.86 jobs 3,456 S.F. Ski Locker Area X 1.47 jobs/1,000 S.F. = 5.08 jobs 2,955 S.F. Health Club Area X 1.47 jobs/1,000 S.F. = 4.34 jobs 40 Multi-Family Units X 0.5 0 jobs per unit = 20.0 lobs TOTAL: 33.28 jobs 33.28 Jobs Divided By 1.3 Jobs per Employee = 25.6 Employees 25.6 X 411 sq. ft. per employee = 10,522 sq. ft. Restricted Housing Required. The Town Council finds that the Applicant has sufficiently met the employee housing mitigation requirements of the Municipal Code for the Project. 8. The Town Council finds it to be in the best interest of the community to publicly participate in the creation of the housing and to proceed with structuring an agreement with the Applicant whereby the Town ultimately owns and manages the eighteen (18) employee housing units proposed by the developer. The Town Council intends to purchase the employee housing from the Applicant for that purchase price which is equivalent to the amount which can be financed by a mortgage revenue bond amortized over twenty (20) years and serviced by the available net project operating income, which net project operating income shall be based on affordable housing rents that are comparable to town-owned units a the Mountain View Phase II employee housing project. The Town Council will enter into a Employee Housing Purchase, Sale and Development Agreement with the Applicant for this purpose. Should the Town choose not to purchase the employee housing units from the Applicant, the Applicant will own and manage the project, which shall be deed restricted to affordable employee housing available to any qualified employee of a business located within the Town and subject to the terms and provisions of the Employee Housing Purchase, Sale and Development Agreement. 9. With regard to the height variance request, the Town Council finds the height variance is appropriate since the Final PUD Plan will: 1) achieve one (1) or more of the applicable purposed listed in Section 16A-5- 300(c)(6), Community Purposes, of the Municipal Code; 2) that granting the height variance is necessary for that purpose to be achieved; and 3) the development approved under the Final PUD Plan will be consistent with the provisions of Section 16A-5-300(c)(7) of the Municipal Code. The Town Council also finds: Op TC Ord. 00-16 Page 4 a) Building A is situated on top of the underground parking structure, which is considered to be a desirable feature of the project. The pad created by the parking structure is above the existing grade of the site, thereby adding additional height to Building A. b) While the height of the building could be reduced by lowering the pitch of the roof, the Town Council finds that the proposed roof pitch is more characteristic of traditional mountain design. c) The project includes smaller scale buildings in the foreground, as viewed from Brush Creek Road and the Woodbridge neighborhood which provides the appearance that the overall design will step up to hillside and that the height of Building A will be minimized by the placement of 38 foot tall buildings in the foreground. d) Although Building A will exceed the 38 foot height limit, the Town Council finds that this is the appropriate location for additional building height within the property and the proposed design will, as is shown in computer imagery provided with the Preliminary PUD application, protect the desirable view planes from surrounding residential projects. 10. The applicant has also requested approval of a required parking variation in order to obtain authorization to reduce the number of parking spaces required by Section 16A-4-310 allowing the required parking for the 36 Club Suites to be reduced from one (1) space per bedroom (3 spaces per unit) to a maximum of two (2) spaces per unit and to permit the required parking for the Employee Housing to be reduced from 1.5 spaces per bedroom to 1.4 spaces per bedroom (39 Parking Spaces). With regard to this request, and given the level of community benefits provided by the project, the Town Council finds the following: a) The applicant has provided parking data obtained from similar fractional ownership interest projects to satisfactorily indicate that the number of parking spaces required by the Municipal Code likely exceeds what will be the actual amount of parking necessary to support the free market portion of a project of this type. b) The Town Council finds that a certain number of Social Member parking spaces are acceptable provided that: 1) adequate assurances are made to review and reduce the number of Social Member parking spaces as necessary to ensure that adequate parking for the thirty-six (36) Club suites provide, four (4) Townhomes, employees, and vans; and 2) Social Member spaces y7 - TC Ord. 00-16 Page 5 are allocated in a manner which helps to minimize traffic impacts on the public roadways within the Town. c) The applicant was requested by the Town to increase the interior width of the individual Employee Housing units and to provide a laundry room within that portion of the project. To successfully accomplish this necessitated the elimination of parking spaces. The Town Council finds that a parking ratio of 1.4 spaces per bedroom within the Employee Housing project should be sufficient based upon: 1) past experience with employee housing projects within the Town, including the Mountain View Phase II project; 2)the fact that approximately one-third (1/3) of the units will be occupied by employees working at the Timbers Club; and 3)the proximity of the project to the ski area and public transportation. 11. The Town Council finds that the project will provide certain improvements that, under Section 16A-5-300(c)(6) constitute benefits to the community. These benefits are as follows: a) The project will provide either enclosed or underground parking for the 40 free market units. While this is a benefit to the project, the elimination of surface parking does produce a certain level of visual benefits to the community and surrounding neighborhood. b) The Timbers project will provide a number of infrastructure enhancements that will be directly applicable to assisting the development of the Town's employee housing site on Parcel N, including the extension of utilities and roadway and intersection improvements that mitigated the impact of not only The Timbers project but also mitigated the impact of the Parcel N employee housing. c) The Project will relocate the Brush Creek/Faraway Road transit stop and shelter, now located on the west side of the intersection, to a more suitable location east of the intersection. Relocating the facility for the purposes of improving sight distance and providing an adequate space for the Town and RFTA is a mitigation requirement. The project will, however, provide an enhanced shelter and landscaping as an aesthetic improvement and community benefit. d) The Project will establish a suitable kiss and ride facility to serve the surrounding residential neighborhood. The facility will ensure that, in the future, all drop-offs and pick-ups can occur off of the public road. The drop off and pick up activity now occurs on private property. Opp yg TC Ord. 00-16 Page 6 e) The Project will enhance the pedestrian trail system which crosses the property and provide crucial trail connections to help enhance the community and neighborhood trail network and provide better access to the Base Village area. These trails include: 1) The Brush Creek Trail will be realigned near the Faraway Road- Brush Creek Road intersection. A Class I trail right-of-way will be established and the trail reconstructed to the standard of 8 feet. The relocation will move the point of the Faraway Road crossing further from the intersection, thereby improving safety. Environmental and landscape enhancements will improve the aesthetic qualities that now occur along this section of trail. 2) A Class I trail will be provided along the hillside adjacent to the southerly side of Faraway Road, as generally shown on Sopris Engineering Sheet C5, connecting The Ridge neighborhood to the town shuttle stop area and the Brush Creek Trail. 3) A Class II unpaved summer use trail will be established along the Ridge Condominiums finalized ski egress trail to the westerly property line. This trail will be only for pedestrians, bicycles, and equestrians. Non-skier use will be prohibited by the landowners during the ski season to the extent necessary to ensure that the trail continues to provide proper ski egress for The Ridge Condominiums and does not interfere with the Aspen Skiing Company's winter operations on Assay Hill. An agreement ensuring that a trail easement will be provided to the Town by the Applicant, or successors, enabling the trail to extend westerly through the Aspen Skiing Company ("ASC") ski easement, when authorized by ASC, will be provided prior to recording of the Final Plat. The Applicant agrees to build this trail through the ASC ski easement provided that the Town can secure an easement from the ASC within three (3) years of the effective date of the Final PUD approval. The Applicant shall provide a suitable connection for this trail on the easterly portion of the property, either connecting across The Ridge property through an easement provided by The Ridge owners or along the Project property line so as to connect to the proposed trail paralleling Faraway Road. f) The Timbers at Snowmass will undertake significant improvements to the site drainage, which has undergone major alteration over time. The improvements are required to not only mitigate the on- • y1 TC Ord. 00-16 Page 7 site development, but also help to control the adverse impacts on water quality caused by previous improper development practices that actually occur off-site and above the Project. g) The Project will remove the existing railroad tie retaining wall near the Brush Creek-Faraway Road intersection. The project will provide significant aesthetic improvement at this location, including boulder walls, water feature, and enhanced landscaping as requested by the Planning Commission and Town Council. This will be a desirable aesthetic enhancement to that area. 12. The Town Council finds that there has been adequate study of the geotechnical conditions of the site by the Applicant's engineering consultant, CTL/Thompson, and by a consultant retained by the Town, Lambert and Associates ("Lambert"), to review the geological materials prepared by the Applicant. Following consideration of the comments received from Lambert and Associates and review of the geotechnical information provided by the Applicant, the Town Council finds that the provisions of Section 16A-4-50 of the Municipal Code, concerning development within the project site, including areas containing thirty percent (30%) slopes, have been satisfied. 13. The Town Council finds that the fractional ownership nature of the project will help ensure a relatively high occupancy level within the Project. The Project satisfactorily complies with the requirements of the Municipal Code with regard to fiscal impacts. The Town Council finds that the Applicant has used generally conservative assumptions in the fiscal impact report provided with the Preliminary PUD application. As a result, the Town Council has determined that, with no more than a fifty-five percent (55%) occupancy rate, the project will generate sufficient revenue, in the form of taxes, fees and other revenue sources, to offset the readily identifiable fiscal impacts that it creates on the community. Any higher occupancy level was found to produce a net positive benefit to the community. 14. The Town Council finds it to be in the public interest to establish Club provisions that may further help ensure high occupancy. The Final PUD Plan requires that owners of interest in the Project, by simple majority vote, will determine whether units, or interests therein, may be rented on a short term basis to individuals not owning fractional interests in the Project. 15. The Town Council finds that subdivision exemption request for the purposes exempting a condominiumization and time-share estate from the subdivision regulations of the Town is appropriate. The Timbers at �I1 I I V TC Ord. 00-16 Page 8 Snowmass Final PUD Plan allows: 1) condominiumizing thirty-six (36) Club Suites and four (4) Club Townhome units; 2) creating a time share estate, including up to 320 fractional ownership interests; and 3) condom iniumizing parking spaces within the parking structure. The subdivision exemption request, except as noted above, is consistent with the goals of the Comprehensive Plan and is necessary to further the objectives of the PUD plan and will be finalized in conjunction with the Final PUD Plan. 16. Approval of the Final PUD Plan is appropriate and will implement the terms and provisions of the MF Multi-Family zone district, as will be approved for the subject property under Ordinance No. 17, Series of 2000. Section Two: Action. 1. Final PUD Plan. The Town Council hereby approves: 1) The Timbers at Snowmass Final PUD Plan, as specifically described in the PUD Guide, attached herewith as part of Exhibit A of this Ordinance; 2) the Final PUD Plan civil engineering drawings and specifications, water and sewer plans, final landscape plan, stream enhancements, architectural elevations, colors and materials and the construction management and phasing plans; and 3) all other documents as set forth in the Final PUD Plan application dated May 25, 2000, incorporated herein by this reference as if set forth at length, subject to those amendments described within Exhibit B of this Ordinance and the Conditions described in Section 3 below. The Final PUD Plan shall be effective upon compliance with Condition No. 1 below. 2. Variance. The Town Council hereby approves a variance from the dimensional limitations of the Municipal Code for the purposes of allowing the height of Building A to exceed the 38 foot height limit, as specifically approved in the Final PUD Plan. Further, the Town Council hereby approves a variance of the parking standards of the Municipal Code. The project parking shall be maintained at all times as specified in the Final PUD Plan. 3. Subdivision Exemption. The Town Council hereby approves a subdivision exemption for the purposes of exempting a condominiumization and time share estate from the subdivision regulations of the Municipal Code and authorize The Timbers at Snowmass to condominiumize the residential dwelling units and parking spaces and create fractional ownership interests in accordance with the Final PUD Plan. 57 1 / I TC Ord. 00-16 Page 9 4. Final Plat. The Town Council hereby approves the detailed final plat for The Timbers at Snowmass and authorizes the conveyance of Parcel K, Lots 3 and 4 from the Applicant to the Town. The Town Council hereby authorizes the Mayor and Town Clerk to execute the plat on behalf of the Town Council. Upon execution, the detailed final plat shall be filed for record by the Town, at Applicant's expense, in the office of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder. 5. Purchase Agreement. The Town Council hereby approves the Employee Housing Purchase, Sale, and Development Agreement and authorizes the Mayor and Town Clerk to execute the Agreement on behalf of the Town Council. 6. Development Agreement. The Town Council hereby approves the Development Improvements Agreement for The Timbers Planned Unit Development and authorizes the Mayor and Town Clerk to execute the Agreement on behalf of the Town Council. 7. Disturbance Agreement. The Town Council hereby approves the Non- Disturbance Agreement for a portion of Parcel K, an agreement between the Applicant and the Town, and authorizes the Mayor and Town Clerk to execute the Agreement on behalf of the Town Council. Section Three: Conditions. The approvals granted within Section Two above shall be subject to the following conditions: 1. The property shall be rezoned to the MF Multi-Family zone district. 2. The Timbers at Snowmass project shall remain in compliance with the provisions of this Ordinance and the PUD Guide at all times. Any modifications shall occur only in accordance with the provisions of the Municipal Code in effect at that time as an amendment to the approved Final PUD Plan. 3. The applicant agrees to quit claim any interest that it may have in the wood ski/pedestrian bridge over Brush Creek Road to the Town. 4. The Applicant will reimburse the Town for all recording fees and un- reimbursed land use review fees associated with processing this application for the Project. 5. The building heights for all buildings shall be as now described in the Final PUD Plan. The maximum building elevations shall be documented in an appropriate manner in the Final PUD approval. Elevation 100' on all Sopris Engineering and Stryker/Brown drawings equals 8315' MSL (Mean I rZ � TC Ord. 00-16 Page 10 Sea Level Elevation) and the "Project Benchmark" (Assumed Elevation 1020.33') per Note # 8 on Sopris Sheet C1 (Improvement Location Survey and Topographic/Existing Conditions Map), would be 120.33' Stryker/Brown & Sopris elevation or 8335.33' MSL elevation. 6. In order to minimize the level of traffic impacts from this project, the Town will not issue resident parking permits for the public parking lots to the members of this project. 7. The applicant shall complete all actions or matters which in the opinion of the Planning Director and the Town Attorney are necessary to satisfy or dispense with the completion, execution and/or recording of all documents necessary to implement the requirements of this Ordinance and the Municipal Code. Should disagreements arise that cannot be resolved between Town Staff and the Applicant, the matter will be referred to the Town Council for final direction and/or determination. 8. Additional Conditions may be provided at the meeting... Section Four: Severability. Any portion or provision of this Ordinance determined by a Court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable shall not affect or impair the validity and enforceability of all other portions and provisions of this Ordinance. 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