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10-02-17 Town Council Packet Sup Materials - App's Presentation to TC 10-2-17.ppt ENCLAVE October 2, 2017 the Z-Group Architects PUD Application, Town Council Vicinity Plan Exterior Conditions - Siding Existing Conditions - Retaining Wall Existing Conditions – Site Entry View from East Carport – Previous Finish Colors View of Northeast Corner – Previous Finish Colors Exterior Conditions, Prior to Roof Project Phase 1 Roof, Dormers, & upper 1/3 Siding, Completed Fall 2016 View of Northeast Corner – Phase 1 Roof, Dormers, & upper 1/3 Siding, Completed Fall 2016 Phase 1 Roof, Stone on NW corner, Completed Summer 2017 Site Area Cut-Off by Easement Proposed Residential Building, View from West Parking Area Proposed Residential Building with Parking Garage Below Proposed Residential Building with Parking Garage Below Proposed Residential Building, Elevations Proposed Arrival Building Proposed Arrival Building Proposed Arrival Building Proposed Free Market Unit at Existing Employee Unit, Basement Level, Northeast Corner` Proposed Free Market Unit at Existing Employee Unit, Basement Level, Northeast Corner 50 Existing Stair Tower, Proposed Renovation Existing Stair Tower Existing Stair Tower, Proposed Renovation Proposed New Arrival Building with Green Roof over Carport TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Existing Conditions - Retaining Wall Area Cut-Off by Easement TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Community Purposes for PUDs Provision of Restricted Housing Encourage Sustainable Development Provide Open Space and/or Avoid Wildlife Habitat Encourage Better Design Develop Necessary Public Facilities Community Purposes for PUDs Community Purposes for PUDs Provision of Restricted Housing Mitigation Requirement 1,014 SF Application Proposal 1,828 SF –Excess of 814 SF, Plus addition of Resident Occupied (RO) Unit at 820 SF Total proposed Restricted Housing = 2,648 SF Exist. Restricted Bedrooms = 1, Proposed Bedrooms = 5 Community Purposes Employee Units 10 Existing Arrival Building, Convert to Employee Units Proposed Employee Units (Existing Arrival Building) Additional RO Unit (6 total Units in Proposed Residential Building) Community Purposes for PUDs Encourage Sustainable Development Solar Orientation Reduction of High Energy Uses Photovoltaic Roofing at New Units Earth Sheltering Community Purposes Sustainable Development South Facing Roofs for Solar Orientation Community Purposes for PUDs Open Space Open Space Exceeds TOSV MF Zone Requirements Requirement is 25%, Proposed is 54%. New Green Roofs Add 6,525 SF of Green Space. Off Setting Most of 7,220 SF as of Now Community Purposes Open Space Green Roofs over Carports Community Purposes for PUDs Encourage Better Design Addition of Signature Elements to Enclave Stone Stair Towers Entry Icons Compatibility to Existing Buildings Extra Dense Landscaping Community Purposes New Entry & Proposed Arrival Building Existing Stair Tower, Proposed Renovation Proposed Residential Building, View from West Parking Area Dense Landscaping Dense Landscaping Community Purposes for PUDs Develop Necessary Public Facilities Provision of Const. Easements for Bus Stop. ADA Accessible Connection from Bus Stop to Enclave E-Bike Check Out & Charging Station Community Purposes Parking, Bicycle, & Pedestrian Access TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Density & Height Comparison BASE VILLAGE THE ENCLAVE THE CRESTWOOD Density & Height Comparison BASE VILLAGE BASE VILLAGE Approximate Density: 32 Units/Acre Building Height (Building 10A): 85’-0”, Elevation of roof ridge = 8501’ (does not include Cupola) 10A Density & Height Comparison THE CRESTWOOD CRESTWOOD CONDOMINIUMS Approximate Density: 29 Units/Acre Approximate Building Height: range from 32’-0” to 40’-0”, Elevation of closet roof ridge is approximately 8520’ Density & Height Comparison THE ENCLAVE THE ENCLAVE CONDOMINIUMS Proposed Density = 11.09 Units/Acre Proposed Height at highest point = 33’-0”, Elevation of highest proposed roof ridge = 8493’ TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Crestwood Agreement Letter Crestwood (Ground Floor) Units Opposing Grade Section #2: West Elevation looking East Viewed From: The Crestwood, Ground Floor Unit, (Approx. 6’ above grade), Existing View Viewed From: The Crestwood, Ground Floor Unit, (Approx. 6’ above grade), Base Village Viewed From: The Crestwood, Ground Floor Unit, (Approx. 6’ above grade), Base Village & Proposed Enclave Units Units Lowered to Elevation 8493’ Viewed From: The Crestwood, Ground Floor Unit, (Approx. 6’ above grade), Base Village & Proposed Enclave Units Units Lowered to Elevation 8493’ Green line is original design height Aerial View with Section: East looking West Grade Section #4: East Elevation looking West Building 5 Elevator Towers, Enclave background TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Setbacks TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Civil Engineering TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Parking & Transportation Parking and Transportation Improvements Existing Parking & Circulation Currently there are 47 Parking Spaces All vehicles must perform a 3-point turn to exit Random parking by service & visitor vehicles clogs driveway Proposed Parking 25 New parking spaces for a total of 72 spaces New Traffic Circle/Car-Court for traffic movement & temp. parking Parking Management 3 spaces in traffic circle for short-term parking 1 space dedicated to the shuttle van Each unit (45 free-market & 3 RHU) has assigned space 20 additional spaces managed by staff All tandem spaces managed by staff Bicycle Program 6-10 bicycles for bike share program Multiple bike storage planned throughout complex Parking, Bicycle, & Pedestrian Access Proposed Tandem Carport, Section Looking West Pedestrian Path Options: Length Comparisons YELLOW PATH = 685 LF BLUE PATH = 650 LF RED PATH = 525 LF Wood Road Wood Road Wood Road Wood Road Dense Landscaping Dense Landscaping TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Solid Waste Disposal Solid Waste Disposal Solid Waste Disposal TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Easements TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Dense Landscaping Dense Landscaping Landscape Screen from Crestwood North Elevations (Wood Road): Carports & Existing Arrival Building TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” Shadow Studies March 21 February 5 December 21 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. TOSV Primary Concerns Build-out Chart Exceptional Circumstance Community Purpose View Impacts & Height Setbacks Civil Engineering Drainage Issues Fire Truck Access Parking & Transportation Parking Management Plan Transportation Access Wood Road Sidewalk Solid Waste Disposal Easements Landscaping (Community Purpose) Shadow Studies Construction Management Plan & Environmental Quality “Conference Facility” August 10, 2017 page 1   The Enclave Association, Inc., Improvement Project - Minor PUD Application   Environmental Quality: Supplemental Information & Response to Comments (to be included with EXHIBIT N [CMP] and EXHIBIT T (Air Quality)     Air:   Subgrade Parking Ventilation: System type to be determined as a coordinated design by the Mechanical Engineer at the time of the Construction Document phase. Recommended system is a Carbon Monoxide triggered system with variable speed motor and constant low-speed option. Intake air and equipment to be located in northwest corner (facing Wood Road) of garage (in enclosed room). Exhaust air is located at northeast corner (facing Wood Road).     Water:   Per historical common knowledge of the local area and the Geotechnical Report prepared by CTL Thompson, surface and sub-surface water, during construction and post-construction, is expected to be encountered at this Project. Borings confirm ground water may be at five to fifteen below ground surface. A Construction Site Dewatering Permit from the State of Colorado, Division of Public Health & Environment determine is required. Selected Contractor shall be required to follow all applicable regulations, and ensure collected water is managed to minimize impact to surrounding Properties including the Town rights-of-ways. Please refer to Roaring Fork Engineers Civil Documents for grading & drainage information including; underground parking drain systems, oil and grease separators, separation of storm and sanitary systems, roof drains, paved surfaces, impervious areas, coordination with surrounding Properties, area drains, Public Facilities capacity, drainage collection, retention/detention, and discharge.   During the Construction Document phase specific details, technical drawings, and final Engineering & Calculations to be completed per Industry Standards and within all applicable TOSV and State of Colorado regulations. Construction Management Plan (CMP):   Note: Town Resolution 4, 2017 defers submittal of a final CMP until Final PUD Plan application.   General   Prior to construction, the selected Contractor is required to review and comply with the Town of Snowmass Village Ordinance 12, 2007. Submitted Documentation shall include but not be limited to: hazardous material management, storm & sediment control, fugitive dust control, site-trained personnel response to hazardous material spills, emergency procedures, cleaning of construction vehicles, cleaning of drainage structures, or cleaning of roadways.   Air   A Fugitive Dust Control Plan (FDCP) is required to be submitted to the Town for this Project. This can be found on the State of Colorado web page, General Construction Permit- Land Development Projects. Contractor shall comply with all applicable regulations.   Water   See “Water:” comments above.   Noise   The selected Contractor shall adhere to the TOSV Noise Ordinance(s) including: Sec. 18-3. - Limitation on Construction times and Noise.   Contractor shall comply with all regulations including but not limited to; times of operation, types of equipment, decibel levels, and prior written authorization for activities that may exceed restrictions.   Phasing   A specific Contractor and specific Phasing has not been determined for this Project. Once those selections are made, the CMP shall be updated to include, but not limited to; construction waste & recycling handling, construction process and timing, staging, coordination with Wood Road construction, or coordination with adjacent Properties.   Other   Revise CMP Section 3.12 Asphalt Installation and Repair from “Asphalt Permit” to “Right-of-Way Permit”. CMP & Environmental Quality CMP & Environmental Quality New Entry & Proposed Arrival Building