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07-26-00 Town Council Packet AGENDA Town of Snowmass Village JOINT PLANNING COMMISSION AND TOWN COUNCIL MEETING TIME: 4:00 PM DATE: Wednesday, July 26th, 2000 PLACE: Town Council Chambers; Snowmass Center, 2n° Floor; 0116 Kearns Road, Snowmass Village 4:00 PM Call to Order Planning Commission Roll Call Item 1: Presentation by Snowmass Center Limited Partnership of their S cwmass Center Expanson (Faraway North SPA)Sketch Plan Submission. Adjournment P:\PlanningCommisionWGENDA.PLNC2000\2000 July 26 PCAgenda.doc MEMORANDUM TO: Planning Commission and Town Council FROM: Chris Conrad, Planning Director DATE: July 21, 2000 SUBJECT: Snowmass Center Expansion (Faraway North SPA) Sketch Plan BACKGROUND: The Snowmass Center Limited Partnership ("Applicant") has submitted a Sketch Plan application to expand the Snowmass Center. The proposal involves the addition of 8,290 sq:tare feet of commercial, 8,370 square feet of office space and six (6) 850 square foot two-bedroon affordable units which add an additional 5,100 square feet. Section 16A-5-320, Sketch Plan Review Procedure, of the Land Use and Developmert Ccde specifies that the Planning Commission and Town Council should hold one (1)joint meting to near the initial presentation of the application by the Applicant. Following the presentation_ the Planning Commission may then commence their review of the application following completion of the Parcel N Affordable Housing Preliminary PUD. I've attached a Planning Commission meeting schedule showing the review of this Sketch Plan beginning August 16. COMMENTS: The Land Use Code does not call for a Staff report at this time; however, a memorancum wiil be completed and delivered to Planning Commission and Town Council members on Mo,day. P isercconrad\MS Word Docs\Smass Center Sketch Joint Mtg PCMemool PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDAS JULY 26: [SPECIAL] Joint PCITC Meeting PI I & Presentation: Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Minor PUD Amendment: Tamarack- Office Addition [Tentative] AUG. 02: REGULAR PC MEETING Parcel"N"Affordable Housing Project - Review & Direction to Staff(Resolution) Minor PUD Amendment:Tamarack - Office Addition (Resolution) Finalize PC Recommendation RE: Defining Skech & Prelim. Plan Processes Discussion: Define and identify standards for Community Benefits (Time Permitting) At 10. Ili). 1:317 u 1 I Parcel"N"Affordable Housing Pnujecl J I enlallve. Wleu-upJ AUG. 16: REGULAR PC MEETING Parcel "N"Affordable Housing Project[If Necessary] Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Horse Ranch, Lot 61 (Pawar)Variance- Reconsideration of PC Reso.99-23 [fabled 7/19] PH&Variance: Lot 29, Pines (Throm) SEPT. 06: ItEGUI AR PC MEETING, Snowmass Cuntun Expunslun Skulch Plun (Ruaulullun) Finalize PC Recommendation RE: Community Benefits SEPT. 20: REGULAR PC MEETING � Ve r s . � e, D � C, u 11n c n+ 1 1 Snowmass Center Expansion Faraway North SPA Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado 1 SKETCH PLAN SUBMISSION ' AMENDMENT TO A SPA ' Submitted to: Town of Snowmass Village P.O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Applicant: Snowmass Center Limited Partnership c/o Nick Coates Coates, Reid & Waldron 720 East Hyman ' Aspen, CO 81611 Tel. 925-1400 ' Prepared by: Design Workshop 120 East Main Aspen, CO 81611 Tel. 925-8354 May 7, 2000 ' RECEIVED ' MAY 1 12000 Snowmass Village Community Development 1 1 Contents A. Introduction 1. Legal Description 2. Existing Conditions 1 3. Proposed Plan B. Disclosure of Ownership C. Vicinity Map D. Sketch Plan Summary E. Site Plans 1. Context Plan and Existing Conditions 2. Proposed Site Plan ' F. Development Plan Appendices 1 A. Resolutions of Approval 1. Ordinance 4, Series of 1979 2. Ordinance 22, Series of 1984 B. Faraway North SPA, Phase Two Approved Plat, March 1985 ' C. Proof of Legal Access D. Resolution 34, Series of 1988 (Employee Housing) ' E. Faraway North SPA, Phase Three Plans — 1985 ' F. Letter from Snowmass Land and Cattle Comlfany G. Letter of Support 1 ' A. INTRODUCTION 1. LEGAL DESCRIPTION ' The Snowmass Center is located off Brush Creek Road in the Town of Snowmass Village. The Center is part of the Faraway North Planned Unit Development (PUD), as shown on the vicinity map. The Faraway North Planned Unit Development (PUD) is comprised of Parcels A through M, including the Snowmass Center Parcel. Parcels A through I are located on the north side of Brush Creek Road. Parcels K through M are located on the south side. Three parcels are included in this application for the ' Snowmass Center Expansion, see Context Plan. These are parcels A, B and the Snowmass Center Parcel. Existing and proposed buildings are located on the Snowmass Center Parcel. The other parcels include roadways or parking. The Snowmass Center Parcel is owned by the Applicant, Snowmass Center Limited Partnership. The Snowmass Land and Cattle Company owns Parcels A and B. They have given their permission to use their land for roads and parking as shown on the Site Plans, see Appendix F. Additional parcels related to this application, but not proposed for development under the ' application, include Parcel C and Parcel E. Parcel C is included, as it comprises the required employee housing commitment for this project as per Resolution No. 34, Series of 1988. The parcel was dedicated to the Town of Snowmass Village (TOSV). Should ' the TOSV wish to transfer Parcel C to a different ownership, this would be subject to the approval of the Applicant, owner of the Snowmass Center parcel. 2. EXISTING CONDITIONS ' In 1979 the Faraway North PUD was approved. The PUD included plans for the construction of the Snowmass Center, comprising buildings A and B. An amendment to ' the approval was gained in 1984 to permit an additional building, Building D. Building B was constructed first, followed by Building D. Building A was not built. These finished buildings include approximately 32,114 sf of commercial area on the ground level and 16,170 sf of office space on the second level. Building B has an additional 4,800 sf of office space on the third level. The buildings are occupied by the Village Market , the Post Office and several cafes and stores selling sports equipment. On the upper levels there are real estate and professional offices as well as the offices of the Town of Snowmass-Village. Today the Snowmass Center is well patronized and quite busy. Both the grocery store and the post office have expressed their desire for more space to meet the needs of the community. 1 Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission t 1 3. PROPOSED PLAN ' The proposed plan is to reinstate the previous approvals and to construct Building A, with ' some modifications and improvements. The goal is to better serve the needs of the community by increasing the size of the grocery store and post office, and providing additional office space. The circulation and parking will be improved. Although employee-housing requirements have already been met through previous agreements, six additional employee units will be provided. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 2 1 B. DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP 1 1 1 1 1 _ ' Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 3 COMMITMENT FOR TITLE INSURANCE SCHEDULE A ' 1. Effective Date: April 13, 2000 at 8:30 AM Case No. PCT14224PR ' 2. Policy or Policies to be issued: (a)ALTA Owner's Policy-Form 1992 Amount$ 0.00 Premium$0.00 Proposed Insured: Rate: ' (b)ALTA Loan Policy-Form 1992 Amount$ 0.00 Premium$0.00 Proposed Insured: Rate: STANDARD Tax Certificate: $10.00 3. Title to the FEE SIMPLE estate or interest in the land described or referred to in this Commitment is at the effective date hereof vested in: ' SNOWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 4. The land referred to in this Commitment is situated in the County of PITKIN State of COLORADO and is described as follows: ' EXISTING SNOWMASS CENTER PARCEL, a replat, as shown on the Faraway Ranch Subdivision, Snowmass Village, Colorado, Gross Parcel Plat, recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Pages 5-6. ' PITKIN COUNTY TITLE,INC. Schedule A-PGA ' 6111 E.HOPKINS — This Commitment is invalid ASPEN,CO. 81611 unless the Insuring 970-925-1766 Provisions and Schedules 970-925-6527 FAX A and B are attached. AUTHORIZED AGENT 1 t ' SCHEDULE B-SECTION 1 REQUIREMENTS The following are the requirements to be complied with: ITEM (a) Payment to or for the account of the grantors or mortgagors of the full consideration for the ' estate or interest to be insured. ITEM (b) Proper instrument(s)creating the estate or interest to be insured must be executed and duly filed for record to-wit: ' THIS COMMITMENT IS FURNISHED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, IT IS NOT A CONTRACT TO ISSUE TITLE INSURANCE AND SHALL NOT BE CONSTRUED AS SUCH, IN THE EVENT A PROPOSED INSURED IS NAMED THE COMPANY HEREBY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND/OR EXCEPTIONS AS DEEMED NECESSARY. THE RECIPIENT OF THIS INFORMATIONAL REPORT HEREBY AGREES THAT THE COMPANY HAS ISSUED THIS REPORT BY THEIR REQUEST AND ALTHOUGH WE BELIEVE ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS ACCURATE AND CORRECT, THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE CHARGED WITH ANY FINANCIAL LIABILITY SHOULD THAT PROVE TO BE INCORRECT AND THE COMPANY IS NOT OBLIGATED TO ISSUE ANY POLICIES OF TITLE INSURANCE. 1 1 1 1 ' � -h 1 SCHEDULE B SECTION 2 EXCEPTIONS ' The policy or policies to be issued will contain exceptions to the following unless the same are disposed of to the satisfaction of the Company: ' 1. Rights or claims of parties in possession not shown by the public records. 2. Easements, or claims of easements, not shown by the public records. 3. Discrepancies, conflicts in boundary lines, shortage in area, encroachments, any facts which a correct survey and inspection of the premises would disclose and which are not shown by the public records. 4. Any lien, or right to a lien, for services, labor, or material heretofore or hereafter furnished, imposed by law and not shown by the public records. ' 5 Defects. liens, encumbrances, adverse claims or other matters, if any, created, first appearing in the public records or attaching subsequent to the effective date hereof but prior to the date the proposed insured acquires of record for value the estate or interest or mortgage thereon covered by this Commitment. ' 6. Taxes due and payable; and any tax, special assessment, charge or lien imposed for water or sewer service or for any other special taxing district. 7. Right of the proprietor of a vein or lode to extract and remove his ore therefrom, should the same be found ' to penetrate or intersect the premises hereby granted and right of way for ditches or canals constructed by the authority of the United States as reserved in United States Patent of record. ' 8. Easements, rights of way and all matters as disclosed on Plat of subject property recorded March 18, 1985 in Plat Book 17 at Page 5-6 and in that certain instrument recorded in Book 325 at Page 203. 9. All matters set forth in instruments recorded in Book 376 at Page 907, Book 376 at Page 910 and Book 376 at Page 930. ' 10. Easements as set forth in instruments recorded in Book 451 at Page 94, Book 451 at Page 99, Book 451 at Page 107, Book 451 at Page 114, Book 452 at Page 156 and Book 483 at Page 34. ' 11. All existing leases and tenancies. 12. Deed of Trust from : SNOWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, A COLORADO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ' To the Public Trustee of the County of Pitkin For the use of BANK OF COLORADO-WESTERN SLOPE Original Amount $4,060,000.00 Dated June 30, 1999 Recorded July 1, 1999 Reception No. 432881 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND DISCLOSURES The Owner's Policy to be issued, if any shall contain the following items in addition to the ones set forth above: ' (1) The Deed of Trust, if any, required under Schedule B-Section 1. (2)Water rights, claims or title to water. (NOTE: THIS EXCEPTION WILL APPEAR ON THE OWNER'S AND MORTGAGE POLICY TO BE ISSUED HEREUNDER) ' Pursuant to Insurance Regulation 89-2; NOTE: Each title entity shall notify in writing every prospective insured in an owner's title insurance policy for a ' single family residence (including a condominim or townhouse unit) (i) of that title entity's general requirements for the deletion of an exception or exclusion to coverage relating to unfiled mechanics or materialmens liens, except when said coverage or insurance is extended to the insured under the terms of the policy. A satisfactory affidavit and agreement indemnifying the Company against unfiled mechanics' and/or Materialmen's Liens executed by the persons indicated in the attached copy of said affidavit must be furnished to the Company. Upon receipt of these items and any others requirements to be specified by the Company upon request, Pre-printed Item Number 4 may be deleted from the Owner's policy when ' issued. Please contact the Company for further information. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing contained in this Paragraph shall be deemed to impose any requirement upon any title insurer to provide mechanics or materialmens lien coverage. ' NOTE: If the Company conducts the owners or loan closing under circumstances where it is responsible for the recording or filing of legal documents from said transaction, the Company will be deemed to have provided "Gap Coverage". Pursuant to Senate Bill 91-14 (CRS 10-11-122); ' (a) The Subject Real Property may be located in a Special Taxing District; (b) A Certificate of Taxes Due listing each taxing jurisdiction may be obtained form the County treasurer of the County Treasurer's Authorized Agent; ' (c) Information regarding Special Districts and the boundaries of such districts may be obtained from the Board of County Commissioners, the County Clerk and Recorder, or the County Assessor. NOTE: A tax Certificate will be ordered from the County Treasurer by the Company and the costs thereof charged to the proposed insured unless written instruction to the contrary are received by the company prior to the issuance of the Title Policy anticipated by this Commitment. ' This commitment is invalid unless Schedule B-Section 2 the Insuring Provisions and Schedules Commitment No. PCT14224PR A and B are attached. 1 1 3 -CA - - - ild R' \ i - M Itoi Re c v M ton Ran I SnQ7 -- - - _- Snowmass Center c - - / Melton anc z - owl Cre_e" Hidden ado _ he --— - - ----- -- -__ LL 4' Ziegler e T, � 1 � e - - - rabloonik . - �� • �' UT he DI I Fanny Hill Lift ( idge Run 4 Wood Run I Two ek Alpine Springs Lift t Burlingame Lift+ Naked Lady Lift Campground Lift o White Riv- t r + Funnel Lift Coney Glade Lift Sam'stKnob Lift IV Ow i t + f' / ow ass Stabl s and Rodeo Grounds / \ d If urs� S ��.. N Toad f �/ �) Owl Creel,s Town Ho - - I U s / �e Pl s 7Ii National Forest - ° • RECEIVE MAY 1 1 200 Snowmass VdI Commuhiry DevetWnent ? Miles S OW ASS CENTER CONTEXT MAF N DESIGNWORKSHOP, February 2000 1 1 D. SKETCH PLAN SUMMARY 1 Background ' The proposed development is a request for the reinstatement of the original Snowmass Center Expansion as described in Ordinance 22, Series 1984, approving the Faraway North SPA Final Land Use Plan. Additional information on the approved plans is identified on the Snowmass Center Commercial Expansion, Stage Three Design Review Approvals Drawings, see Appendices. The Applicant would like to reinstate the 1984 approval with some modifications and ' improvements. Type and Size ' The SPA approval was for a total of 77,450 SF of office and commercial area. 52,420 SF has been built, in buildings B and D. Building A has not yet been built. Under the SPA ' Building A includes 8,290 SF of commercial area and 16, 740 SF of office area, for a total of 25,030 SF. This application is for 8,290 SF of commercial area and 8,370 SF of office area for a total of 16,660 SF. In addition, six two-bedroom affordable housing ' units are proposed at approximately 850 SF each, for a total of 5,100 SF. Floor Area/Ground Coverage 1 The floor area of the proposed Building A will be consistent with the SPA approval. The ground coverage will be approximately 9,538 SF as per the SPA. Population ' The anticipated population to be generated by the new development is 0 permanent residents, and 78 employees. The intent is to provide employment and community ' services for people presently residing in the Town of Snowmass Village, thus minimizing transit needs. ' Market — The new commercial area will comprise the expansion of the existing grocery store and a t relocated, larger post office. There will be one level of office space. The market will be existing residents of Snowmass Village. The employee units will follow the affordable housing guidelines to house middle income residents. ' Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 5 1 Open Space ' The open space for the project must be considered for the SPA as a whole and is ' consistent with the approved plans. Parking on the property will be reduced from the approved total of 222, as there will be less office area. This will result in less parking ground coverage than originally approved. ' Height ' The height of the proposed Building A will not exceed 29 feet above grade as previously approved. ' Employees The number of employees generated by this proposal is calculated as shown in the ' following Employee Generation Summary Chart. The Applicant has already met all employee housing requirements, see Resolution No. ' 34, Series of 1988, Appendix D, which is included in the Sketch Plan. In addition, the Applicant proposes to provide six two-bedroom units, which will house employees. ' EMPLOYEE GENERATION SUMMARY CHART ' USE PROPOSED GENERATION EMPLOYEES EMPLOYEES TO BE AREA RATE GENERATED HOUSED* ' Commercial 8,290 sf 5.57 jobs/1000 sf 46 35.52 ' Office 8,370 sf 3.78 jobs/1000 sf 31.64 24.34 ' TOTAL 78 59.86 * generation rate divided by 1.3 Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 6 1 ' Water Supply and Sewage Disposal ' The Snowmass Water and Sanitation District will provide these utility services. The utilities are already provided to the existing Snowmass Center. ' Access and Easements ' Legal access is currently available to the property, see Appendix C. Parking, Circulation,and Transit ' Under the existing SPA, parking is calculated at 1 space per 350 SF for office or commercial development. Parking requirements for the existing development total 150 ' spaces. Parking requirements for the new commercial and office development are 48 spaces. Parking for the employee housing is calculated at one space per two bedrooms, due to the proximity of services and transit, resulting in 6 spaces. This totals 203 parking ' spaces. PARKING GENERATION CHART Under the current SPA, parking is calculated at 1 space per 350 sf ' The existing floor area is 52,420 sf This would require 150 spaces ' The proposed floor area is 16,660 sf This would require 48 spaces Employee Housing at one space/2 bedrooms 6 Spaces ' TOTAL PARKING 203 Spaces The proposed locations of these spaces is illustated on the "Site Plan" contained in this application. The "Site Plan" also identifies existing and planned transit and pedestrian improvements, which will serve the improvements proposed as part of this application. ' There is currently frequent shuttle bus service to and from the center. This will be continued. A bus stop will be added at the new Building A. The parking plan is based on maximizing the existing parking and maintaining parking at - the upper side of the buildings. Timetable Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will be constructed once approvals are finalized, anticipated start fall 2001. ' Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 7 1 i - y - ,.,, IN , PARCELF f i i PARCEL C as , a� o -- DESIGN WORKSHOP I].E.11..I Sp.N ASPCN.co 41.11 I.IDI.3Se8 fu lStol cm IN, amii vf li l I� �•. i..w.�...nw..�a .Tii le, lie z ` •• � dt lard. f • I t ,r /� o� .��` �ARCE41 PARCEL H I - X t a _ �I � '� l t" --"`i. A� 1 tl �.t I LJ.. Z V CL Z(9 Q J � � � ' i � ' ✓ V �U) 4. _ E " iXx' > ,� �I �� ire : I� �i y f ari' TARCELA a n , U_ V Z Y j PARCEL B _ --� �F� "� U) U) EXISTING SNMMASS _ 1 �• client AREA CENTER SE I� ,� � Sno Go NISershipea4nN0E BUILDINGS 1 {/ Coates,Red 6 Wel01en 120 Eesl HyI - CG$161 1 (970)925 14M _ '_.nGeeecOCeeO]OSWI.II. JWM CENTER PA�RCEL � o ��xm Ale.ano.aoxaope.h,he Plq..d Ante j un Le.T.,ITete i1-iluiui1l1IIF .� r' _Y— i .em/"' j PARCEL 1 w I� ¢ ` r �1 1 w .. TIn W,.T CRF; i i 0 ]0 30 �J Sole 1'. e0 1 W' - IVED / MAY 1 1 2000 EXISTING CONDITIONS Snov+meSS Villag � Community Development L-1 i 8490- F4g �Y 84 L s \ �AFP g4A PARCEL C, - �;�g ���Ot ��- -�42b i g —.10 .'�hd� BOO EX BUS PULLOUT � 0J9 I -03A E%7 SPPGES Ex 15 SPACES %.15 SPACES Ex. y� U� y � � P' i U O 1 \ I —1 DESIGN WORKSHOP IOP 1}p Eeal Maln$pwl /.SPEN,CO e�Ell lo]nl o]S GnI In(k1p�9Tn ller S I.y.Ny .bWn.Mn ' JaMam. w Paub.S..Is F e h �� ' iemyy.lMe TaNm•V� F PARCEL B r Max B' r ❑ _0 ]SPACES ` � h� 1 aY � � �)� I X QO Q ]SPACES Q� io a W Feee C a EXISTING BUILDING > J I a. 7 cn �Q / W T1 J ' z x e- BsPACesr 61 i E% 17 SPACES �(z EX 7SPACESr , w 'ACES EX BUS PULL-OUT � µti Cl enf. Khk Y Snowne59 Center LMneO e,ee PARCEL 1 Pe^^en^b clo Nkk C,,sWe N-- - C.w.Reid6 W.W. -� - ]]O EasI HY�n S""' r� O^k?1'. open,C181611 19101 925 14M yY / SwveY Saave. ereael eenM � Lh�. aWUEea1 PU0 GM4, , 11. Y em mg c0 1 eoo eat vae. 1 I - 0 w.1 ux.a,xw I RECEIVED 13R�1S11 CRFF'KY 1 1 2000 Snowmass Village Community Development n / Required Parking: 203 Spaces SITE PLAN 1 1 r Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 9 1 F. DEVELOPMENT PLAN ' Community Benefit The proposed expansion of the Snowmass Center will provide much needed community services. ' The expanded post office will satisfy the needs of post office personnel for providing adequate ' service to the population of Snowmass Village. The post office has actively been seeking expanded office space. The residents will greatly benefit from the improved service and processing capability. The post office now has insufficient space for post office boxes. The expansion will create space for every resident to have a post office box. The expanded grocery store will provide a greater diversity of products in a more comfortable ' setting. This will encourage residents and visitors to buy their supplies locally, thus reducing the need for commuting to grocery stores in other locations. A wider variety of products will be stocked. ' The additional office space will provide a location for more local professionals and businesses to operate close to home, again reducing the commuting population and providing for a stronger ' sense of community. See below for the community benefits of the additional employee housing proposed. Employee Housing ' The dedication of Parcel C meets the entire employee housing requirements for this project, see Resolution 34, Series of 1988. In addition, six two-bedroom employee units will be provided. The benefits of the employee housing are twofold. First, the housing will assist in meeting the needs of local employees. Second, it will create greater life and diversity in the mixed-use building. See the Employee Generation Summary chart, page 4. ' 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 propoffd uses for the expansion are consistent with current uses previously approved r uses, and uses recommended in the Comprehensive Plan, see below. Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 10 2. Comprehensive Plan The Comprehensive Plan recommends continued mixed use—community commercial, office, public uses (post office, grocery, Town Hall) and residential. Specifically, it ' recommends redevelopment and expansion of the Snowmass Center. This proposal for the expansion of the Snowmass Center is consistent with the above recommendations. ' As per the Comprehensive Plan, employee housing is also included in the proposal, contributing towards the mixed-use aspect of the Center. Existing trails and recreation ' areas will be preserved relative to this development. Parking and circulation at the center are proposed to be reconfigured and improved as shown on the site plans. An additional shuttle stop is shown at the new Building A. The Comprehensive Plan maps show the Snowmass Center intersection with Brush Creek Road as a relatively intact area, in terms of transportation impacts. ' 3. Landscape and Architecture ' The proposed landscape and architecture are consistent with current and previously approved architecture and landscape plans. The entry road will be an improvement on the existing road as all the parking on the roadside will be eliminated. This will provide for a ' smoother flow of traffic and more attractive entry to the project. Simple building forms and the gray color will help the building to blend with the landscape. The outstanding views from the property will be preserved. ' Planted areas are planned to exceed the existing soft landscaped areas. ' 4. Natural Resources ' The Comprehensive Plan GIS maps were reviewed. Development on the Snowmass Center Parcel will have no impact on wildlife, environmentally sensitive areas, elk or deer based on these maps or primary constraints identified by the town. ' 5. Phasing ' Only one PUD filing is anticipated with this application. The improvements will be constructetbnce approvals are finalized,anticipated start fall 2001. 1 ' Snowmass Center Expansion Sketch Plan Submission 1] � � . w U a I z w a a Q I 1 A. Resolutions of Approval 1 1 1 z 1 , �w •r7 TOWN CF SNOW`{ASS `.'ILLAGE BOARD 0= T_RL'STEES ' RESOLUTION NO. `t SERIEZ OF 1979 A Resolution adopting Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979, of the ' Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town, and modifying the same, regarding the zoning, buildout and public contributions necessary ' for the development of the Benedict Land and Cattle Company. . . ' 14HEREAS the Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended the Board cf Trustees adopt a resolution substantially in the form and ' substance as Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of said Commission; and, WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees has held a public hearing on . _solution on February 2_6, 1979 pursuant to public notice at least 15 days before said date; and, ?.E AS, the Bcard has heard the presentation of the Benedict Cz_."_e C=oan^ or. February 1979 as the rropcnent of ' said resolution; and, - _ , .=_-EAS, the Board Trustees finds that Resolution No. 2 Series cP 1979 of the Planning and Zoning Commission is sub- ' _tantially in conformance wit'^ the %!aster Flan Policy Statement „_ the _own and provides e frac.ework within which future planning ' Benedict nropert7 at Farawav Ranee ra;, croeeed; and. tne =enedict Land and Cattle Company and the Board of ' =_ .:stees acre= that certain modifications to said resolution are necessary; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY '_'HE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE 'dN 3E SNOW1•;ASS ','-LLAGE: ' 1. That Section 7 of Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of the Planning and Zoning Commission be amended by adding thereto the ' fcllowin g: - -- "At the ^_ov:n's option, Benedict will dedicate to the Town land of sufficient width in order to make ' the road easement for the connector between Ridge Road and Faraway Road 6C feet in width and participate ' in the construction o^ the connector road in accordance with the terms of the ::arch 21, 1971 Easements Agreement and the subdivision regulations of the Town." ' 2. -hat Section 13 of Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979 of the Planning and Zoning Commission be amenaed by deleting the words ' "shall not be subjected to fees, charges, contributions or con- cessions" and inserting in place thereof the words "is not consenting to the making of additional commitments". That subject to the amendments set forth herein being made ' and consented to by Benedict Land and Cattle Company, the Resolution No. 2, Series of 1979, of the Planning and Zoning Commission is ' hereby adopted and made a resolution of the Board of Trustees and the Mayor is hereby authorized to execute the same on behalf of the Town. 4. That the get ire Benedict de ve lopmen* program be constructed in not less than 12 years (the development time period) from t e ' date of SPA (specially planned area) submittal. Development shall proceed on a prorated basis per year but may be accumulated by eon- ' solidating the units of one year with a second year with the approval of the Board of Trustees, provided, however, that a hotel may be developed on an accelerated time schedule in which case the residual development entitlement will then be phased over the remaining ' development time period. This development chasing constraint will require that the hotel development decision be made early in the ' development process due tc the '_moracti^a:ities of chasing a hotel development. INTRODUCED, READ AND ?ASSED by a --ote of �/to March 12, 1979• mayor ' ATTEST: gown : ierilj = 1 1 1 ' Resolution No. Series of _ / 979 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 y``�/Z/ TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE ' TOWN COUNCIL ORDINANCE NO. 22 ' SERIES OF 1984 All ORDINANCE APPPOVINC THE STAGE TWO SPA PLAN (LAND USE PLAN) AND CROSS ' - PARCEL PLAT FOR THE FARAWAY RANCH PROJECT. 14HF.REAS, the Town Council has previously approved an application for ' Stage One SPA approval for the Faraway Ranch Project in Town Council Pesolution No. 24, Series of 1984; and WHEREAS, Mt. Baldy Investors (Applicant) has applied for Stage Two ' SPA Plan and Gross Parcel Plat review of the Faraway Ranch Project; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has recommended approval of Stage Two with conditions, as set forth in Planning Commission Resolution No. 18, Series of 1984; and ` WHEREAS, a Public Hearing was held before the Town Council on September 17, 1984, for the purpose of receiving public comment. ' HOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Snornoass Village, Colorado: ' Section One. Findings. Based upon a review of all evidence submitted at meetinas, work spssions and public hearings, the Town Council hereby makes the following findings with regard to the Faraway Ranch Stage Two SPA ' submission: A. That no changes have been made to the proposed development as approved at Stage One, and no new information has been ' submitted or discovered which would make the proposal now inconsistent with the Master Plan. B. That the Project as described in the Stage Two submission ' documents is in conformance with the Land Use Evaluation Standards as set forth in Section 2.6.5.x. of the Land Use Code; is in conformance with the objectives of Specially Planned Area development; and is in conformance with any other ' applicable regulations of the Town not specifically subject to variations by the Land Use Code. C. That the Applicant has submitted all of the information and items required by Section 2.6.6.b. of the Land Use Code ' (submission eta requirements) and has complied with the procedural requirements of the Land Use Code applicable to this submission. ' D. That the Cross Parcel Plat conforms with the requirements of Section 2.6.4.f. of the Land Use Code. E. That the Applicant has satisfactorily complied with the ' conditions imposed as part of the Stage One approval (Town Council Resolution No. 24, Series of 1984), except those which have been continued as conditions in Section Two below. F. The Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village finds the plan for commercial expansion of the Snowmass Center to be 1 reasonable and that the area at and near the Snowmass Center is ' appropriate for said expansion. While the applicants are to be commended for presenting the Town with their plans for the use of all their lands, the Town Council finds the plan for commercial expansion as contained in Building B to be premature. The Council additionally finds that it would ' entertain an amendment to the SPA plan to allow Building B at such time as demand warrants expansion. Section Two. Conditional Approval. ' The Stage Two SPA Plan (Land Use Plan) as amended, particularly with respect to Building B and the Gross Parcel Plat for the Faraway P.anch Project, the legal description of which is attached hereto as ' Exhibit "A", are hereby approved subject to the following terms and conditions:: A. That-'the Final Land Use Plan consisting of this Ordinance together with the Land Use Plan Map, in the form submitted, ' amended and approved during the Stage Two review process shall be.. recorded in accordance with the provisions of Section 2.6.7.c.(6) of the Land Use Code. The recording of the Final Land Use Plan shall result fn the establishment of the uses by ' right and limitations on use applicable to the property described therein and shall confer upon the owner of all or a portion of such property those rights, restrictions and obligations granted and described in Section 2.6.7.c. of the ' Land Use Code. Amendment to the Final Land Use Plan: Prior to Stage Four approval of any portion of the area or parcels defined in the Land Use Plan, any amendment to the Land Use Plan which would amend the provisions applicable to such portion or parcel may be initiated by Resolution to the Town Council upon its own motion, upon the request of the Planning Commission or upon request of the applicant. Such amendment shall be accomplished in the same manner as the amendment of ' any Municipal Ordinance, except that a public hearing shall be held after the first reading and prior to the second reading of such ordinance, following publication of notice of such hearing in a newspaper of general circulation within the Town at least , thirty (30) days prior to the hearing. , In addition a written ' notice of said hearing shall be mailed by first class mail at least thirty (30) days prior to the hearing to the property owners within three hundred (300) feet of the property which is the subject of review. The proponent of the amendment shall be ' responsible for the mailing and publication of notice. In the event that the amendment is proposed by the Town, the applicant . shall be entitled to 30 days notice of the hearing, by first class mail. ' A copy of the proposed amendment ordinance shall ' be delivered to the Planning Commission for their review and recommendations within five (5) days after adoption on first reading. The Planning Commission's recommendations shall be delivered to the Town Council prior to the public hearing and made a part of the record of the hearing. No such amendment shall be effective without the written consent of the owners of r all the land area subject to and re-zoned by the amendment. After Stage Four approval of any portion of the area or parcels defined in the Land Use Plan, any amendment or modification of ' the Land Use Plan which would amend the provisions applicable to such portion or parcel shall be undertaken as an amendment or modification to the final PUD Plan as provided in Section 2.6.7.e.(6) of this Chapter. ' B. With the exception of Building "D" of the Snowmass Center expansion, the first application for a Stage Three approval of arty portion of the Faraway Ranch Project shall contain ' additional information regarding the Applicant's plans for construction of comfortable and affordable employee housing. 1 ' Said plans shall include site, scheduling and financing plans in sufficient detail to allow review by the Planning Commission ' and the Town Council to insure that the employee housing requirements of the Faraway Ranch project, as approved herein, are being properly addressed. ' C. The first application for a Stage,Three approval of any portion of the Faraway Ranch Protect shall include a detailed Construction Management Plan for the particular application and a general plan for each phase contemplated thereafter. The Plan shall pay particular attention to automobile, bus and skier traffic flow, construction traffic and parking. O. Lapse. In the event that Stage Four approval for any portion of the area or parcels defined in the Land Use Plan has not ' been :granted within eight years from the date of Stage 11 approval, the Land Use Plan approved for such portion or parcel shall' lapse, with the effect that such portion or parcel shall retain the zone classification which existed prior to the ' application for Stage One approval and the applicant shall not be 'entitled to submit an application for Stage Three approval. Prior to the lapse, the applicant may apply for and the Town may grant an extension of the lapse, upon good cause being shown. ' E. No building permit shall be issued for any portion of the proposed hotel until such time as the Applicant and/or the ' Aspen Skiing Company,has (have) (1) accomplished the relocation and upgrading of Lift 06 as described in paragraph 7 of the easement agreement between Benedict Land E Cattle Company and the Aspen Skiing Company dated September 27, 1984 and recorded on October 1, 1984 in Book 474 at Page 230 or (2) guaranteed, ' ' in a form acceptable to the Town Council - and Town Attorney, that such relocation and upgrading of Lift 06 shall proceed prior to or simultaneously with the construction of the proposed hotel. ' F. The average size of rooms in the proposed hotel shall not exceed 475 square feet, as measured according to the Town's requirements for calculation of floor area contained in the ' Land Use Code, and all space in the units shalt, in 'addition, he measured from the outside of exterior and hallway walls and. from the middle of party walls. Decks for individual hotel rooms shall not be included in the square footage unless a deck ' exceeds 100 square feet, in which case all area above 100 square. feet shall be counted at 50% or 100%, depending on the floor area ratio measurement criteria. No hotel room shall exceed 525 square feet. ' G. The number and size of hotel suites is hereby approved as submitted; however, the Town Council will entertain changes in unit mix and number of units at Stage Three provided the total square footage of 'suites approved at Stage Two is not increased. 11. The square footage figures for each structure contained in the submission shall be considered the maximum allowable square ' footage. 1. Owner use of the suites and hotel rooms shall be restricted to two (2) weeks during the winter season and two (2) weeks during ' the summer season. d. Should the Town elect to improve Brush Creek Road to a four-lane section between Wood Road and Owl Creek Road, the ' Applicant agrees to reimburse. the Town an amount equal to the costs of the road improvements proposed, and hereby accepted, 1 -3-. as part of the Stage Two traffic impact mitigation plan. ' Reimbursement shall be in an amount equal to the costs of the improvements as determined by an engineer's estimate to be conducted during the year the Town's improvements are scheduled for construction. All recommendations of the Town Engineer, as attached hereto as Exhibit "B", and specifically those concerning Faraway Road and Snowmass Center drainage improvements, shall be complied with as part of any applicable Stage Three submission. The recommendations of the Town's Transportation Department, attached hereto as Exhibit "C", shall be incorporated as part of any Stage Three submission to expand the Snowmass Center. M. A maximum of seven thousand one hundred one (7101) square feet of additional lift line condominium space, as measured by the Town's floor area ratio measurement standards contained in the Land Use Code, shall be allowed provided the unit count does not exceed twenty-two (22) and that no condominium cluster shall contain more than three (3) floors of habitable space and a maximum height of forty (40) feet. N. The hotel rooms`, suites, lift line condominiums and all proposed commercial spaces shall join the Snowmass Resort Association if the Association and the Applicant are able to agree upon an appropriate assessment schedule. The Applicant ' shall enter into . good faith and negotiations with the Association which are intended to develop an equitable formula for assessment obligations. No Stage Three approval for any portion of the property approved by this SPA Plan, which ' includes the above described elements, shall be approved unless the Town Council is reasonably satisfied that such negotiations have been entered into and completed in good faith. if the Town Council determines that such negotiations were conducted ' in good faith, even though unsuccessful, this condition shall thereafter be ineffective. 0. The Applicant shall provide reasonable easements and/or air rights for and to all systems or structures necessary for the movement of people at such time as detailed plans for such structures or systems are available. P. The proposed single-family residence shall be a member of the ' Snowmass Homeowner's Association, and shall be subject to review by the Snowmass Homeowner's Association Design Committee. No portion of the building envelope shall contain slopes in excess of thirty (30X) percent. 1 q. The parking ratio for the proposed commercial expansion at the Snowmass Center shall result in an overall parking ratio for the Snowmass Center, of one (1) space. per three hundred fifty i (350) gross square feet. No parking spaces shall be assigned for any hosed unit. Only those spaces provided in carport s areas may be assigned for the Lift Line Condominiums. R. Hotel roof sections shall be limited to a maximum of ten (10) feet in height. S. The Applicant shall flatten the grade of Faraway Road at its intersection with Brush Creek Road to the greatest extent ' possible, including, if necessary, moving the point of intersection to the west, subject to the approval of the Tom Ervineer. ' T. The Applicant's proposal for phasing of parking is accepted on the condition that the Town Council reserves the right to 1 -4- review phasing and parking ratios for any Stage Three submission. ' U. A plan for improvement of pedestrian access, particularly between the Snowmass Center and the proposed hotel shall be presented as part of any Stage Three submission, except ' Building "D" of the Snowmass Center expansion. V. The Applicant and/or hotel operator shall comply with the recommendations of the Town's Sanitation Division regarding trash handling procedures and equipment. W. Additional landscaped area shall be provided to replace that which will be lost as part of the Building P and D expansions. ' Y.. That :the Land Use Plan Map be amended to provide that the uses by right within Parcel B be limited to parking and open space, and Yhat the following note be included: In approving Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, the Town Council determined ' that Parcel B is an appropriate location for retail commercial and office uses, but also determined that development of such uses at the time of the, adoption of said Ordinance was premature. Accordingly, no development activity is authorized ' pursuant to Ordinance No. 22 or this Land Use Plan Flap and no uses are authorized other than those set forth above. Amendment of the Land Use Plan Map as applied to Parcel B will be required in order to establish the parameters of other uses and to authorize development thereof at a later date. Section Three. Gross Parcel Plat. ' The Gross Parcel Plat attached hereto and made a part hereof as Exhibit "D" is hereby approved. Said Plat shall be subject to and limited in effect by the provisions of Section 2.6.4.f. of the Land Use Code. ' INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on First Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, this 29th day of October, 1984, by a vote of 5_ to ' 2 , Councilmembers Desmond aqd Francis opposed. ' INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED on Second Reading by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, this 5th day of November, 1984, ' by a vote of 5 to 2 Councilmembers Desmond and Francis opposed. 1 ' TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE, COLORADO s ATTEST: iJCTTerson lippett, Mayor 3usa�ar•rison, own er —'" 1 1 -5 i .. a a a a � � � � � � s � � � � �■ � � � , � � � � 1 EXTRACTS FROM FARAWAY RANCH S.P.A. FINAL ' LAND USE PLAN PARCEL A ' Parcel Acreage 2.625 More or Less A. Zoning: SPA— 1. See Note 6 B. Present permitted use: Parking PARCEL B AND EXISTING CENTER Parcel Acreage:2.049 More or Less Existing Building: 4.269 More or Less Total 6.318 Acres More or Less A. Proposed Land Uses ' Parcel B 1. Parking and Circulation ' 2. For other uses see Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, Section 1, Note F and Section 2,Note X. Existing Snowmass Center Parcel ' 1. Multi-Family Dwelling Units 2. Parking 3. Commercial: retail stores,restaurants,personal service shops and offices 4. Conference Facilities t 5. Ski Facilities 6. Transportation Facilities 7. Support or Accessory Uses ' B. Major Structures 1. Existing Snowmass Center Structure(not included in approval) 2. Building A Addition 3. Building D Addition C. AnticipaWd Program by Type of Uses _ s 1. Maximum Building Square Footage and Uses ' Commercial Offices Total Building A 8,290 sf 16,740 sf 25,030 sf Building D 3.338 sf 2.893 sf 6.231 sf ' Totals 11,628 sf 19,633 sf 31,261 sf Existing Building (5) 46.189 sf 77,450 sf ' D. Land Use and Development Parameters 1. Maximum Building Square Footage Building A 25,030 sf Building D 6.231 sf Total 31,261 sf ' Existing Building (6) 46,189 sf Total 77,450 sf 2. Maximum Building Height Above Natural Grade ' Building A 29'-0" Building D 24'-0" ' 3. Maximum Amount and Type of Commercial Space Retail Stores, Restaurants 11,628 sf Office 19,633 sf ' 4. Proposed FAR(2) .29 NIC Allowable FAR .50 5. Minimum Number of Parking Spaces(See Ordinance No. 22, Series of 1984, Section 2,Note Q) ' Commercial Total Spaces ' a. Building A 25,030 _ 350 72 b. Building D 6,231 _ 350 18 ' C. Existing Building 46,189 =350 132 Total 222 d. Maximum Parking Ground Coverage (2) (Includes Parking on Parcel 'B' and Existing ' Snowmass Center 76,344 sf 6. Maximum Building Ground Coverage Building A. 9,538 sf Building D 3,408 sf Stair at Building A 144 sf ' Existing Building 29.648 sf' c Total 42,819 sf ' 7. Minimum Amount of Open Space ' (Includes Parcel B and Existing Snowmass Center 103,429 sf—38% 1 1 2 1 1 PARCEL C ' Parcel Acreage 4,806 Acres More or Less ' A. Proposed Land Uses 1. Employee Housing 2. Parking for on-site uses 3. Open Space ' 4. Community Facilities B. Major Structures 1. West Meadow Employee Housing, 2 buildings, 3 stories above natural grade. ' Use will be employee housing. C. Anticipated Program by Type of Use 1. Building Gross Square Footage(Restricted) 43,209 sf ' (Exterior Decks) 3,864 sf D. Land Use and Development Parameters 1. Maximum Building Square Footage(Restricted) 43,290 sf ' (Exterior Decks) 3,864 sf 2. Maximum Building Height 34 ft. 3. Maximum Number of Bedrooms 69 bedrooms 4. Average Square Footage of Dwelling Units by Type of Units Studio 20 @ 448 sf Studio 1 @ 680 sf 1 Bedroom 12 @ 656 sf ' 2 Bedroom 7 @ 864 sf 2 Bedroom 9 @ 896 sf 2 Bedroom 2 @ 1,056 sf ' 5. Maximum Number of Dwelling Units Per Acre 51 Units 4.086 Acres— 10.6 Units/Acre 6. Proposed FAR (2) •22 (MF Allowable FAR) •75 ' 7. Minimum Number of Parking Spaces 77 spaces Maximum Parking Ground Coverage(1) 23,386 sf 8. Minimum Number of Employee Housing Units 51 Units Minimum Square Footage of Employee Housing Units 33,509 sf 9. Maximum Building Ground Coverage 17,228 sf 10. Minimum Amount of Open Space 156,642 sf ' PARCEL D ' Acreage 1.386 Acres More or Less _ r To be dedicated to the Town of Snowmass A. Permitted Use ' 1. Employee Housing 1 1 1 3 1 PARCEL E ' Acreage 8.588 Acres More or Less To be dedicated to the Town of Snowmass ' A. Permitted Uses 1. Open Space 2. Community Facilities PARCEL F Acreage 11.234 Acres More or Less A. Zoning: SPA-1 See Note 6 ' PARCEL G ' Acreage 11.455 Acres A. Permitted Uses 1. Open Space PARCEL H AND PARCEL H-1 ' Acreage 8.530 Acres More or Less H 6.891 Acres More or Less A. Zoning: SPA-1 See Note 6 ' H 1 1.639 Acres More or Less A. Permitted Uses 1. Tennis Courts—Four ' PARCELI ' Acreage 1.142 Acres More or Less A. Permitted Uses 1. Open Space, existing trails and bridge. New trails,bridges, people movers, or ' recreational uses by special review. i r 1 1 ' 4 LAND USE FINAL LAND USE PLAN DEFINITIONS All terms defined in the Land Use Code of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, adopted by Ordinance No. 5, Series of 1982 on May 17, 1982 and amended by Ordinance No. 25, Series of 1982, on January 3, 1983,are incorporated herein by this reference. Definitions peculiar to this Land Use Plan are as follows: ' 1. Existing Grade: Existing grade shall be the ground elevation as shown on the topographic map prepared by Merrick and Company for the Faraway Ranch S.P.A. aerial photography dated 7-3-73 and revised on 7-14-76. 2. Natural Grade: Natural Grade shall be the same as existing grade. ' FINAL LAND USE PLAN NOTES: 1. FAR Calculations include the square footage of decks and terraces at 50% of their total area. ' Maximum building square footage excludes decks and terraces. Building Ground Coverage includes patios and— 2. Based upon 2.5 hotel rooms/unit and 1,250 square feet/unit for suites: ' 211 Hotel Rooms _ 2.5 84 Units 12 Suites @ 28,658 sf _ 1,250 sf 23 Units ' Total 107 Units 3. Based on 1,250 sf/Unit: .19 Condos @ 44,973 sf = 1,250 sf = 36 Units ' (See Ordinance#22, Series of 1984, Section 2,Note M) 4. Based on 2.5 rooms/units and 1,250 square feet/unit. 50 Seasonal Employee Rooms _ 2.5 20 ' 8 Apartments 8 Total 28 Units ' 5. Existing Snowmass Center is not included in this submission. ' 6. Town of Snowmass Village Resolution 4, Series of 1979, which adopted Snowmass Planning and Zoning Commission Resolution 2, Series of 1979 by reference, provides that = upon completion of the development program contemplated therein, the Benedict Land and Cattle Company, its successors or assigns,may apply for rezoning of an unspecified tract of land as a development reserve. Approval of any such rezoning is intended to be at the sole discretion of the Town Council and based upon an assessment of community need for additional development at the particular site at the time of application. The above named ' owner/developer for themselves and their successors and assigns and the Town agree that the development approved by this Land Use plan satisfied the build out expectations and the obligations of the owner/developer as set forth in Resolution 4, Series of 1979. In order to ' accommodate the additional expectation of a development reserve,consistent with the ' 5 ' provisions of Resolution 4, Series of 1979,parcels A,F and H have been zoned SPA-1. As such,those parcels have no development rights until such time as an SPA plan for all or a ' portion of such parcels is approved by the Town in accordance with the land use regulations in effect at the time of application. No application for such approval shall be made or considered until the development approved by this Land Use Plan,except the employee thousing contemplated on Parcel D,has been substantially completed. 1 i 1 ' 6 wlf[���rMJq L•r 4 Xt1N iaNLewf . 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RE YVED MAY 1 12000 \ w 13 VNIBge S ass cAxmun' Development \+ y _ �$ "� unwis"r'3 i t-AW)lli.1!11E it 71 13�i1Yd ' ! p 'c4VIva 9 N 13:)bVd B " 7 aoa!tlssaoM ' O � i/f i iirSi92 460 v UAW O�' ti�rscsi` t-H iDayd 6 3 ' H Mayd i r. 4 . i / tllr.4fAI1 S6VgAJieS - 1 1 C. Proof of Legal Access 1 1 i i i i 43-1 EA_LM,.I: A'.:) VAC.A'r WN !_LA5LMLWi AGKLF.MLN i This L�somonr and Vocati of Fascmant Agreement is entered into this jr-RA_ day of , 198a, by and D. between THE SNOWMAS3 COMPANY, LT , Colorado limited partner- ship ("SLC" ) , whose address is Post Office Box 5000, snowmass Village, Colorado 81615, SNOWO.ASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a . Colorado limited parte.-orship ( "Center" ) , whose address i:: 1280 Ute Avenue, Aspen, Colorado 81611, and BENLDIcT LAND 6 CATTLE COMPANY, a Colorado corporation, ("Benedict" ) , whose addreE_ is Post Office Box 40, Aspen, Colorado 81612. In consideration of Ten Dollars ($10.00) and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of " which ale hereby acknowledged, SCL hereby grants and conveys to Center dn9 Benedict (both individually and collectively) a perpetual, non-exclusive easement and right-of-way over, under and across that certain parcel of real property more particu- larly described on Exhibit A attached hereto and made a part - hereof by this reference ithe "Easement Property") , for purposes of ali forms of access, drainage, and utility services to, from and in connr.:tion with the Snowmass Village North Subdivision, Snowmsss Village, Pitkin County, Colorado, according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Bock 7 at Page 12 of the records of the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. `l , SCL expressly reserves all rights to the use of the Easement Property for purposes and in a manner not inconsistent with this Easement. , "• t�r,ya Center and/or Benedict shall have the right at any time or times to grant to others similar easements and rights-of-way over and across the Easement Property and to dedi- cate the Easement Property as a public road without the prior authorization or consent of SCL. y Iv In the event that Kearns Road, as actually constructed, does not fall wholly within the Easement Property, the Easement Property shall, without more, be deemed to include all of that property within thirty (30) feet oh either side of �,,_ •, the centerline of Kearns Road as actually constructed. Any por- tion of the property described on Exhibit A attached hereto which is not includ,nd within the property thirty (30) feet on either side of the centerline of Kearns Road as actually ��.,. .. f•,, . constructed shall be automatically vacated and be free and clear of this Easement. Each party hereby authorizes Center to record _ a description of the centerline of Kearns Road, as actually constructed, and upon the recording of the centerline descrip- ticn, all property within thirty 1,30) feet on either side of the centerline of Kearns Road as actually constructed shall be sub- . stituted for the property described on Exhibit A. attaches. hereto, without otherwise modifying any of the other terms and -� provisions of this Easement Agreement. The responsibilities and obligations of the parties for the X. A ntenance, repair and reconstruction of the roadway, - drainage and utility systems and ?acilities within and upon this • Easement shall be governed by the terms and provisions of that ' certain Easement Operation Agreement of even date herewith between the parties hereto. Benedict and Center hereby vacate and quit claim to SCL all of their right, title and interest in and to "Easement 2" as set forth and described in the Deed of Easement recorded on April 7, 1971 in Book 254 at Page 545 in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado. 9 ' ' This I:asem-nL znd Vacation of Easement Agreement sh,t.11 . be ..nding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their respective successors and assigns. f ' THE SNOWMASS COMPANY, LTV. , a Colorado limited partnership ' By en ral Partn r N .1 SNOWMASS CENTER LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, a Colorado limited partnership ' By neral Partner — ' BENEDICT LAND & CATTLE COMPANY. , a Colorado corporation By // it• _'�' - as its President ` STATE OF COLORADO ) ss. COUNTY OF ) ' The foregoing Easement and Vacation of Easement ` Agreement was acknowledged before me this !J(U' day of '� Ilirili",t , 198.1, by . Ilw` " 1' OUtf 11 , , as general partner of ' The Snowmass Company, Ltd. , a Colorado limited partnership. partnership.. a Pty commission expires: Mr c0mm4-01°' �`L S�{✓r�i Witness my hand and .official seal. ti� Notary *A _Public ' ?V [;1 't e� Add.Kess f ' STATE OF COLORADO ) Ss. e COUNTY OF i ) ` t The foregoing Easement and Vacation of basemen!: Agreement was acknowledged before me this day of 1.983, by as general oartner of Snowmass Center Limited Partnership, a Colorado limited p_rt- nership. a<. 1 my commission expires: 1 witness my nand and official seal . Notary Public _�o Address � i 1 STATE OF COLORADO COUNTY OF ' The foregoing Easement and Vacation of Easement • i Agreement was acknowledged beforg me t IS ,T day of/;' -fin. •`— 1983, by � • .�/„r . as President of Benedict Land s Cattle Company, a Colorado corporation. 1 My commission expires: 7. Witness my hand and official seal. -`'j \� Notary Public 1 \\�g�eL'] Address 1 irf Rf C[\l 1 rY , 1 1 ' 1 f C q !1 j ' Exhibit A vU,le 451 1•.::;_ A description of an access, drainage and utility easement in the Easterly portie^ of ' Hoaglund Ranch in Government Tract 45, being a part of Sections 1 and 2, T10S, F.86W of t. e 6th P.M. for The Snowmass Company, Ltd. i ' LEGAL DESCRIPTION A tract of land located in Government Tract 45, being a Part of Sections 1 and 2. T10S, R86W of the 6th P.M., described as follows: - ' Commencing at the Southwest Corner of said Section 1 from which the Witness Corner to I the 144 Corner of said Section 1 bears NO°01'31"E, 2703.93 feet, thence N29°38'47"E, 3051.81 feet; thence S77°08'00"E, 92.45 feet to a point of curve to the left; hence Easterly, 64.46 feet along the arc of said curve to the East line extended Southerly of that tract of land as described in Lease Agreement recorded in Book 237 at Page 164 of the records of Pitkin County, Colorado, said arc having a radius of 350.00 feet, a } ' delta angle of 10°33'09" and being subtended by a chord that bears S82 024'36"E, 64.37 feet; thence Easterly, 102.00 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the North to a point tangent, said arc having a radius of 350.00 feet, a delta angle of 16°41'51" and being subtended by a chord that bears N83°57'55"E, 101.64 feet; thence 'N75°37100"E, ' 63.66 feet; thence N77°30'00"E, 220.66 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; J i Thence N12°30'00"W, 16.96 feet to a point of curve to the right; ' Thence Northeasterly, 64.34 feet along the arc of said curve to a DOint tangent, said arc having a radius of 70.00 feet, a delta angle of 52 039134" and being subtended by a chord that bears N13°49'47"E, 62.10 feet; ' Thence N40°09'34"E, 19.47 feet to the Southerly line of the second tract of land as described in Deed recorded in Book 231 at Page 304 of the records of Pitkin_County, Colorado; ' Thence N47°51'26"W, 45.03 feet along the Southerly line of the second tract of lard as 1 1 described in said Book 231 at Page 304 to the .Easterly line of SNOWMASS VILLAGE N0kTH SUBDIVISION, a Subdivision recorded in Plat Book 7 at Page 12 of the records of Pitkin County, Colorado; ' Thence S40 009'34"W, 0.63 feet along the Easterly line of said SNOWMASS VILLAGE NORTH SUBDIVISION to the Southeast Corner thereof; - ' Thence N47 051'00"W, 15.01 feet along the Southerly line of said SNOWMASS VILLAGE NORTH SUBDIVISION; Thence S40°09'34"W, 20.92 feet to a point of curve to the Left; t .y F , Legal Description _2_ 451 98 ' Thence Southwesterly, 119.48 feet along the arc of said curve to a point tangent, said arc having a radius of 130.00 feet, a delta angle of 52°39'34" and being subtended by a chord that bears S13°49'47"W, 115.32 feet; Thence S12°30'00"E, 16.96 feet to a point from which the True Point of Beginning bears N77 030100"E; Thence N77°30'00"E, 60.00 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. i: .y[ L ' pppl f 4>T� s , ✓�Y''y1 e� yG t ra.^. s + :r ,a j D. Resolution 34, Series of 1988 (Employee Housing) 1 1 1 - 1 1 qw/ C�O` TOWN OF SNOWMASS VILLAGE TOWN COUNCIL RESOLUTION NO. 34 ' SERIES OF 1988 A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE DEDICATION OF LAND TO THE TOWN OF ' SNOWMASS VILLAGE AND GRANTING EMPLOYEE HOUSING CREDIT FOR THE FARAWAY RANCH PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT. ' WHEREAS, the Town Council adopted Ordinance 22, Series of 1984 approving the Faraway Ranch Planned Unit Development; and ' WHEREAS, the approval of the project required Mount Baldy Investors, (Applicant) to provide 59 units of restricted housing and 50 seasonal housing units for employees of the Village; and ' -'X' WHEREAS, in exchange for credit for a portion of thA required employee housing, the Town of Snowmass Village (Town) desires to acquire Parcel C of the Faraway Ranch Planned Unit ' Development in order to construct employee housing. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado: 1 Section One. The Town shall accept from Mount Baldy Investors, a Colorado joint venture, a conveyance of the fee ' title to Parcel C, Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area, according to the Gross Parcel Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 17 at Page 5 of the real property records of Pitkin County, Colorado, together with perpetual, non-exclusive easements and right-of-way for access and underground utility purposes over and across (1) that certain "Easement 1" as granted and described in the Deed of Easement recorded in Book 254 at Page 545, and (2) ' that portion of the 60_foot wide "reserved eagemeut'!_in Existing Snowmass Center Parcel, Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area, whic commences at the northerly terminus of said Easement 1, and ' then continues in a northwesterly direction to a point of intersection with the common boundary between Parcel C and the Existing Snowmass Center Parcel, Faraway Ranch Subdivision; and ' Section Two. That upon the delivery of such conveyance to e the Town a— nd he recording thereof in the Pitkin County, Colorado real property records, Mount Baldy Investors and its successors ' or assigns in the ownership of all or any portion of Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area shall be deemed automat cal , full i�-na forever re ieved of any obliaation to build 51 mixed emp_oyee ' units as approved on said Parcel=C, Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area (as described on the Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area Final Land Use Plan recorded in Plat Book 17 at Page 4) , t which 51 units are hereby acknowledged to include any remaining employee housing commitment or responsibility arising out of The 1 Ridge Condominiums project (Phases I and II) i and Section Three. That upon the recording of such conveyance to the Town, a Town itself shall thereafter be res nsible for the tsuot ono the is or su o er a units as may determine to be appropriate on aroel t and Section tour. The Town hereby expressly recites and acknowledges that following the recording of such conveysnoe to the Town, the only remaining employes housing obligations associated with Faraway Ranch Specially Planned Area are seasonal roams and the a mixed employee units on Faroe N Faraway Ranch Subdivision. It is hereby acknowledged t units shall be provided upon commencement of any construction on Parcel X of the Faraway Ranch G.P.A. INTRODUCED, READ AND ADOPTED by the Town Council of the Town of Snowmass Village, Colorado, on the 6th day of June, 1998, by a vote of 7 to 0. TOWN OF SNOWNASS VILLAGE Richard G. Nall ATTEST: anrbiu Amber Harmon, Town Clark � -- t 1 1 E. Faraway North SPA, Phase Three Plans 1 1 1 1 1 1 u=:o snub aseo a'so e'.au + .� NS4.. bil'.i i 0110 I 1 0p0 r i. 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PARKING SPACES eur�o wu 'o" COrM[RGrgl 9PA[{5+ (3,3D6�.F. _ �� 10 OPPIGC 9PK t> �2,G9^v 9.f i 9.i<'� g M1GC>S 9FK.ES 2 rlTAi 4<E'ITGR 6Fn<5 19'n TOTgL SYALEO Paovroe> Iv6 ►A + . v E� + ♦ G EXIST::. 4G� t w...n.n..w........nm........n..m w O EXISTING COMMERCIAL - - �.q�. �...�.�..[ .....n.o[[...�uu.n..�.............n..............` wuwnwnu.ww� R �A fie'mmim ✓ / NOTE: TENANT PARTITIONS NOT MOWN r / Q x / *A y GULPING D STAGE THREE SUBMISSION Fr. x � ✓ l� AA � • u e' y x' -. x Mw • Y f� to Z Y f F _ Y Y Y 4 Y Y Y { t COMMERCIAL - • 1 9 1 - v .� RECEIVED 3� MAY 1 12000 Snawmass Wage � LRML oerr~ity DevebPment I., en. z. {.as a,.Y J-1 MAIN-LEVEL PLAN cute " o 10 !ti sq of s .huU I'A EMSTNO ♦ ` III r jEMSTM COIAERCIAS �� ROOF E \... .... . ,........ � .m.�...... �r r ti* IN �A --�/NOTE: TENANT PARTITIONS NOT SHOWN I 0 STAGE Wulff SLohn SION r �y3-VV i i • / 1 IA 9'a Q RECEIVED r MAY 1 12000 a gnowmass village Community Developmel t LLa. oe da. z a4e5 alwn „c.o SECOND LEVEL PLAN clw of s�oo.eo ------ PROPO 0 BUIlDINO 'B' eael.00 EXISTING L AA- Mill 'r 7)R11DE ' sare.aa eaes.ea --- EXISIM COII.ERCIAL CENTER _ �� SECTION A-A' i ....m..o.......u...............n....................................... ... p�, , � - �—T _ I __� EI BlawEl D S AM TNmEE sler�ealDN ki r EXISTING ORAW WEST ELEVATION .BaBSao-�-- iROPOSE B LDINO 'e'' NTTAO Bar 1.60 0346.60 —_ 6300.00. j IIj I' INO'� r EXIST IRK) GRADE PROPO 6 BULD llillljlr" i �jIII 0300.00 • '• SECTION B-B • • 1 • 1 1 • 1 i SOUTH ELEVATION • 1 1 O a vi z RECEIVED } PROPOSED BUILDING -_D_-_.-__----_ -----_------ ----4a4,.DD MAY n 1 1 2000 6P OFFICE Snpvr m Wage 7a.,1 . =L BW _ Comunity DevooWtent Sa5eMO in, —EzlanNO GRADE - 6371.60 Q-a- es � CNA 6R5 BECTION C-C ELEVATIONS & SECTIONS .......................................................I....................-........I.........................................� n 4 ff 4 �1 ssro asso- asao asao esao 6490 eno fro I } esio - -�6N\4 ' _ � e.°J ,�� ✓ , \`_ ��_ '��`--'���� r9 i - it -n6— - 9� j flT�D bY1160030TAMBCAL NAME ' COMMON NAME 61 f1E - i Or OPULUS AANOLBIN`OLIA 4OTI WOOD ! POPULUS TAEMULObE6 %1SPENr ir I �l ®jFA.AE>$NUAP SII��71E, ggIDI��iPRiICE/y 0 ----- ®.17AZU$ Re I0 k c L' Y - 6Jy ACCENT PLANT 8340 � 9 2-� ACCENT PLANT - -— -- -- (+MALANCNIER ALMFOLAAy�N�FAYM.EBERRY a OAL C P""T,E?MUA FRUIIN:OBA WIRUBBY(TNOUEFOR. F"94TAVVE+ESt`�. TUBE A ,'Ie,[ IMICM�NICK . . '+R44!••TT1N11A{NB PACK .. FiR9S� :Ti18gJ1CIS i )IOU:EiQSTINq►}ANivio aµe'o.exorm ON►yt+_ 8450 8450 8110 8110 8460 BIaO 5460 6450 also 8430 8420 0100 $340 0320 l I / /� / / � \\._ J•\�. � / /// // � /— , —8350 ice_. —_/ • / // / h / o / / / / / / � 0910 \ 1_.; , / 1 / l �V• /� l 1v 9 G _ / — � a y EI Q g - - -\ REC � E \ �M - M 1' 1 2000 Q r LL 5336 6320 • Snowman$Wage 6310 8310 8320 0330 6330 Community Development A•1. =_<-06 /IMI1 MKA 0OW C c 1. YS 80 .200 of 5 .Mm 1 F. Letter from Snowmass Land and Cattle Company 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Snowmass Land and Cattle, LLD 0212 E. Lupine Drive Aspen, Colorado 81611 ' May 1, 2000 Town of Snowmass Village P. O. Box 5010 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 ' Dear Town Council: 1 am writing to you in support of the proposed expansion of the Snowmass Center. Currently the Snowmass Center uses Parcels A &B of the Faraway North PUD for roads and parking. Parcels A & B are owned by Snowmass Land and Cattle. The proposed Snowmass Center expansion shows continued and modified use of our property for roads and parking. This letter is to inform you we are in agreement with these uses. Sincerely, 1 im Horn Managing Partner 1 t 1 1 ' G. Letters of Support 1 1 1 =fie � oillage Market P.O. Box 459 Glenwood Springs, CO 81602 (970) 945-1113 1 April 27 , 2000 ' Town of Snowmass Village P .O . Box 5010 Snowmass Village , CO 81615 ' Dear Town Council , ' I am writing to you in support of Project 412347 , which is the expansion of the Snowmass Center . ' This project would make additional space available to the Village Market . This would enable us to expand some of our departments ' to better serve the needs of the Community . We would be able to expand our variety of merchandise , thus offering customers an opportunity to do more of their shopping locally . We hope you will look favorably on Project ' 412347 to enhance the shopping opportunities at Snowmass Village . Thank you , John Buxman Pikesident ' Snowmass Telluride ' Edwards DESIGNWORKSHOP } 120 East Main Street ASPEN, CO 81611 (970) 9258354 Fax (970) 920 1387 Albuquerque • Aspen • Denver Jackson • Sao Paulo . Santa Fe Tempe • Lake Tahoe • Vail Landscape Architecture • Land Planning I Urban Design *Tourism Planning c �n m I 'I , F•M ti W O U r - , � / U) I I ' z Z 0 10 CL < - f fl '' R L � F-- PARCEL X Q O I UN fl W . i O - � U J ' •. W v w o- zo z ; Q 1 ' , • z z UJ >- Q PARCEL F ' 0 \ I XISTIN Q v ! p A EXERCISE COU E LL PARCEL A LL ' Q2 LL �\ , f w \ , / PARCEL B ,/ (n - -- - - - � ' U) o • o / . 000 EXISTING SNOWMASS % - Client: CENTER SE ICE I I Snowmass Center Limited PARCEL C .'' ; ' AREA Partnership c/o Nick Coates BUILDING B Coates, Reid & Waldron 720 East Hyman Street _• fl I Aspen, CO 81611 CJ / ow (970) 925 1406 y LDING / Survey Source: Drexel Barrell Q . fl ` • 4840 East Pearl Circle, Suite 114 Boulder, CO 80301 SNOWMASS CENTER PARCEL .'' Hatched Areas Show 30% Slopes in the Project Area 1 800 383 1709 -� #$ DATE DESCRIPTION PARCEL 1 O \ REVISIONS: _ O ISSUE DATE: May 1, 2000 O / O DRAWN: VEA REVIEWED: SR fl I $R H CREEK ROAD i NORTH 0 30 60 120 � Scale V = 60' PROJECT NUMBER: 2347(Snowmass Center) EXISTING CONDITIONS SHEET NUMBER L- 1 ®COPYRIGHT OrSIGNWORKSHOP INC,2000 i DESIGNWORKSHOP 120 East Main Street ASPEN, CO 81611 (970) 925 8354 Fax (970) 920 1387 A Albuquerque • Aspen - Denver J I Jackson . Sao Paulo • Santa Fe / ° Tempe - Lake Tahoe • Vail 1\ N W Landscape Architecture • Land Planning — V a Urban Design • Tourism Planning PARCEL B z Retai ' all ; / ax 8' / G PA Cj IV �G _ 0 O 5Q o` Q _ IT < Q / e �� . 0 7 SPACES °Qp \ i / 1 j r 1 + I I •/ 7 SPACES C/I 0 J QPG PG�i / TT U CL 6'p I 60 I I 1 l (D Q EXISTING BUILDING B 5k��Q- ��,0 Q Q ---- PARCEL C C �-°P P� SP eJ ;� � � � � z � J z Q Gk•`' PGA , '�`• \ � / Q w 00 N(O U) NN TT �./ I••L . Q C0 EX. BUS PULL-OUT S so / co ^ � V J 6 SPACES EX. 17 SPACES ----� PGES z EX'3 SP EX. 15 SPACES / EX. 7 SPACES / X. 15 SPACES EX. 20 SPACES EX. BUS PULL-OUT � / Client: / Snowmass Center Limited P Partnership PARCEL 1 c/o Nick Coates co Coates, Reid & Waldron �Cj 720 East Hyman Street VO Aspen, CO 81611 (970) 925 1406 � V Survey Source: Drexel Bernell 4840 East Pearl Circle, Suite 114 Boulder, CO 80301 1 800 383 1709 —� O # DATE DESCRIPTION I _ i I OA = EK REVISIONS _ f t/ ISSUE DATE: May 7, 2000 R lliy DRAWN'. VEA REVIEWED: SR II NORTH 0 15 30 60 Scale 1" = 30' PROJECT NUMBER. 2347(Snowmass Center) Required Parking : 203 Spaces SITE PLAN SHEET NUMBER L - 1 ®COPYRIGHT NESIGNWORKSHOP INC,2000