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06-07-10 Town Council Packets(2) TEMPG,I. HELKOUNTAINS LANNING ROUPNC P. O. Box 11891 Aspen, CO 81612 415 Fifth St. Mr.ChrisConrad,PlanningDirector Crested Butte, CO 81224 TownofSnowmassVillage T/Fax: 970-923-9485 POBox5010 Cell: 970-948-0802 SnowmassVillage,CO816155010 julie@elkmountainsplanning.com www.elkmountainsplanning.com May27,2010 RE:TimberlineMinorPUDAmendmentApplicationAddendum#3 DearChris: ThankyouforcontinuingtosupporttheTimberlineCondosMinorPUDAmendmentapplication throughthePUDlanduseprocess.WewereveryexcitedtoreceiveapprovalfromTownCouncilon thefirstreadingonMay17,andwelookforwardtothePublicHearingandhopefulfinalapprovalon June7.Withthisletterandattacheddocuments,weareprovidingtheadditionalinformationthatis tobeplacedintheapplicationbindersasdiscussedattheTownCouncilhearingonMay17.Please seebelowformoreinformation: PUDGuide:Peryourrequest,wehaveincludedthePUDGuideforinclusionintheapplication binder. TableofContents:Remainsunchanged. CompletedApplication,includingStatementsofConsistencyandCompliance:Thelanguageand informationcontainedinthisapplicationhavebeenupdatedtoreflectthecurrentapplication proposedandthenewinformationofthebuildingsizebasedontheslightbuildingshiftthatwas presentedandapprovedattheMay5PlanningCommissionHearing.Otherinformationhasbeen updatedaswelltoreflectthenewlyproposedskieasementandthesnowmeltedareas. SkiEasementLetter:IncludedisaletterfromMaryHarrisGeneralManagerofTimberlineCondos statingthatTimberlinehasagreedtoplaceaneasementtoallowforpublicskieraccesstothe CarriageWayandtheparkinglotsfromtheskihill.ThislettershouldbeplacedunderTab4,which containstheotherinformationabouttheskieasement. UpdatedEnergyConservationPlan:IncludedisanupdatedandcompleteEnergyConservationPlan asdraftedbyGalambos!ʼnľ╙╜ĊśľĊwithsupportingmechanicalenergycalculationsfromBeaudin GanzeConsultingEngineers.Theplanhighlightstheenergysavingmeasurestheprojectis proposingandtheassociatedprojectedenergysavingscomparedtotheIECC2009.Thisplanshould beplacedbehindTab19. ________________________________________________________________________________________ P*HP*LA&CD-M LANNINGISTORIC RESERVATIONANDSCAPE RCHITECTUREOMMUNITY ECISIONAKING UpdatedLandscapePlans:Includedareupdatedlandscapedrawingsthataddressstaffandthe Planning/◘▓▓╜ℓℓ╜◘■requesttoreplacetheremovedtreeswithsimilarspecies.Theplansalso reflecttheupdatedandcorrecttreemitigationcalculationwithwasincorrectintheoriginal calculationsduetoanerrorbythelandscapearchitect.Theupdatedlandscapeplansalsoreflect theupdatedsiteplanwiththeshiftedbuildingthatwaspresentedandapprovedattheMay5 PlanningCommissionhearing.ThesedrawingsshouldbeplacedundertheupdatedTab9whichis alsoincluded. UpdatedCivilPlans:Includedareupdatedcivildrawingsthatreflecttheupdatedsiteplanwiththe shiftedbuildingthatwaspresentedandapprovedattheMay5PlanningCommissionhearing. PleaseinsertthenewDevelopmentandGradingandDrainagePlandrawingunderTab10andthe newutilityplansunderTab16. Chris,pleaseletmeknowifyouneedanyadditionalinformationforthisapplicationorfurther clarification.Again,thanksforyourtimeandenergyinhelpingusmovethroughthisprocessina timelyfashion. Sincerely, JulieAnnWoods,AICP/ASLA ElkMountainsPlanningGroup,Inc. ________________________________________________________________________________________ P*HP*LA&CD-M LANNINGISTORIC RESERVATIONANDSCAPE RCHITECTUREOMMUNITY ECISIONAKING Exhibit______ PUDGuide/DevelopmentSummaryTable TimberlineCondominiumPoolandAthleticBuilding MinorPUDAmendment TC Ord. No. 9, Series of 2010 Exhibit ___ Final Planned Unit Development Guide This PUD Guide summarizes the final development plan, land uses, densities, zone district limitations and development regulations for the Pool, Spa and Athletic Building Expansion at the Timberline Condominiums, Snowmass Village, as approved in Snowmass Village Ordinance No. 9, Series of 2010 (the “Final Approval Ordinance”). Where this PUD Guide does not address a specific development standard or requirement of the Code, the provisions of the Municipal Code shall apply. To the extent the provisions of this PUD Guide conflict with or are in any way inconsistent with the Municipal Code, the provisions of this PUD Guide shall apply. References in this PUD Guide to the Municipal Code mean provisions as amended or renumbered from time to time except that if the applicable provision has been amended to be more restrictive or burdensome on the development or use of the Project or a portion thereof than the provision in effect in the version of the Code in effect in June 2010, shall apply. GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PARAMETERS 1. Zoning . The underlying zoning of the Timberline Condominium parcel (Parcels 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Timberline Condominiums) (“the Property”) at the time of the application is “Specially Planned SPA Area (). 2. Condominium . The original Condominium Declaration for the Timberline Condominiums was recorded in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado on January 27, 1972, in Book 261 at Page 34. The First Supplement to Declaration for Timberline Condominiums, was recorded on November 20, 1972 in Book 269 at Page 58. The Timberline Lodge Condominiums was recorded on December 11, 1973 in Book 282 at Page 198. The Amended and Restated Declaration for Timberline Condominiums was recorded in the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Pitkin County, Colorado on October 3, 1980 in Book 396 at Page 452, Reception Number 227548. The initial Condominium Map reflected the construction of ninety-six (96) individual airspace units (not including the three (3) Employee Housing dwelling units), in five (5) buildings designated as “J-1”, “J-2”, “J-3”, “J-4”, and “J-5 Lodge”, located on land shown on the Condominium Map. A final Amended Condominium Map will be recorded in the Office of the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder when construction is completed. 3. Permitted Uses . Permitted Uses are those uses previously permitted on the Property and construction use, materially as described in the plans and specifications referenced under Development Parameters, below, and in the Construction Management Plan submitted by the Timberline Condominium Association to the Town of Snowmass Village. 4. Residential Uses . a) Equivalent Units. The Project contains a maximum of ninety-six (96) units, not including the three (3) Employee Housing units located in Building J-5 Timberline Lodge. b) Employee Housing. The Project contains a total of three (3) Employee Housing dwelling units, which are depicted on the recorded Condominium Map. 5. Phasing . The Pool, Spa and Athletic Building Project may be developed in phases depending on timing of PUD approval, timing of building permit issuance, utility work and overall construction scope and schedule. 1 Exhibit______ PUDGuide/DevelopmentSummaryTable TimberlineCondominiumPoolandAthleticBuilding MinorPUDAmendment DEVELOPMENT PARAMETERS FOR PARCEL AND THE BUILDINGS Building Parameters. Existing buildings on the Property shall remain as is, except that each of Buildings J-1, J-2, J-3, J-4 and J-5 shall be allowed up to 500 additional square feet of development for common incidental, non-residential space.The new pool, spas and Athletic Building will be built in substantial conformance with the plans and specifications for the Project described on Exhibits attached hereto and the Application for Approval of Minor PUD, submitted to the Town, which shall be referred to herein as the “Final Minor PUD Amendment Application” which representations are incorporated herein. Building Height. The maximum permitted height of the existing buildings at Timberline Condominiums is as shown in the Development Chart below. The maximum permitted height of the new Athletic Building shall be: twenty feet (20’) from the finished grade according to the building elevation drawings submitted to the Town of Snowmass Village during the approval process. Setbacks. The setbacks on the Property shall be as depicted on the Amended Condominium Map. Open Space. Open Space within the Project shall be as set forth in the table below and as indicated on the Amended Condominium Map. Landscape Plan. Upon completion of the new Athletic Building, pool and spas on the Property, the open spaces on the Property shall be landscaped in substantial conformance with the Landscape Plan. Parking. Parking shall remain on Town Parking Lots. No new parking is proposed. See Construction Management Plan for temporary construction parking. 2 Exhibit______ PUDGuide/DevelopmentSummaryTable TimberlineCondominiumPoolandAthleticBuilding MinorPUDAmendment List of Exhibits by Reference In the PUD Guide for the Timberline Condominium Minor PUD Amendment The following materials previously submitted to the Town shall be considered by Town Staff when evaluating the Project’s compliance with the terms of this PUD Guide. In the event of conflict between any of the provisions of the materials described below, the provisions of the later-prepared materials shall control. A. Construction Management Plan, submitted to the Town. B. All documents attached to the Final Approval Ordinance. C. Design Drawings: Architectural Plan Sheets Date Preparer Name Timberline A1.03/30/10 submitted in Galambos Architects Condominium A2.1Amendment Packet #2 Inc. Pool + Spa dated 5/7/10 D. Building Site Plan as shown on Sheet A1.0, dated May 13, 2010, prepared by Galambos Architects Inc. E. Landscape Plans: Landscape Plan NameSheetsDatePreparer Timberline L100 Illustrative Plan 5/17/2010Outside the Box Design Condominium L101a-d Planting Plans Studio Pool + Spa L102a-d Irrigation Plans L103a-e Lighting Plans F. Civil Engineering Plans: Engineering Plan SheetsDatePreparer Name Timberline Grading and Drainage Plan 5/27/10Sopris Engineering Condominiums Master Utility Plan-Shallow Utilities Master Utility Plan-Storm Master Utility Plan-Water G. Energy Conservation Plan as submitted to the Town, dated May 13, 2010, prepared by Galambos Architects Inc. with calculations by Beaudin Ganze Consulting Engineers, Inc. 3 Exhibit______ PUDGuide/DevelopmentSummaryTable TimberlineCondominiumPoolandAthleticBuilding MinorPUDAmendment TIMBERLINE CONDOMINUMS DEVELOPMENT SUMMARY TABLE Table11 Use/BuildingNumberofExistingSquareProposedExisting%OpenSpaceMaximum FloorsFootage SquareFootageAcreagewithproposedHeight (approximate(approximate)withSVRAland notincludingproposed balconiesorSVRA patios)land/Min. LotArea Residential317,25417,754Approx.69%(priorto34' BuildingJ1120,901sfdevelopment) Or2.775 Residential319,15719,65743.5' acres BuildingJ2 Residential320,10420,60434.5' BuildingJ3 Residential320,07820,57834.5' BuildingJ4 Lodge&18,47418,97438' Residential BuildingJ5 SubTotal95,06797,567 Residential SubTotal3,8863,886 Commercial SubTotal3,7693,769 Lodge Existing1,390;1,575sf1,39015'3" MeetingSpaceexistingpool (J6)areatoremain SubTotalAll104,112106,612 ProposedNew11,35768%(after20'totop Exercisedevelopment)of Building(J7)guardrail NA ProposedNew16,160sfofpoolNA Pool/Spaandpatio (S1) ProposedNew492sfofpoolNA 4 Exhibit______ PUDGuide/DevelopmentSummaryTable TimberlineCondominiumPoolandAthleticBuilding MinorPUDAmendment Spa(S2)anddeck OVERALL SITE CONDITIONS (Approximate After Development) Site Area 120,901 sf Open Space 82,213 SF Condominium 97,567SF (96 Units) Employee Units (3 Units) Conference Room 1,390 SF Office/Commercial 7,655 SF 1. Total of ninety-nine (99) units. 2. Building Height: Building Height – For Existing Buildings J-1 through J-5 — 43’-6” (max.) Building Height – For New Athletic Building -- 20’-0” to top of site guardrail; 17’-6” to top of building guardrail; 14’-0” to roof deck 3. Approval of the proposed Athletic Building in terms of the overall architectural character, building materials, construction details, and landscaping: a). Hardboard Panel Siding b). Wood or composite boards on battens on both existing and proposed Athletic Building c). Mesh guardrail screen fencing in natural green color with steel supports and optional extension 5 Tab1:Application,IncludingStatementsofConsistencyandCompliance Part1PROJECTDESCRIPTION GeneralDescriptionofProject TheTimberlineCondominiumAssociation(TCA),locatedat690CarriageWay,isexperiencingmanypool failuresduetotheageoftheexistingoutdoorpool.TheAssociationhasdecidedtofillintheexisting pool,demolishandremovethesmalladdition(approximately24'x17')totheexistinglodgebuilding(J 5)thatcontainslaundryfacilities,andupgradethefacilitiesaroundthepoolareaandthegroundswithin thecomplex.Theexteriorimprovementsinthevicinityoftheexistingpoolareawillincludeanewpool withintegratedspaandaseparatespawithwaterfallfeaturethatwillbelocatedsoutheast(towardthe skirun)oftheexistingfacility.Theexistingpoolareawillbefilledinandwillbeusedasaflexspacewith seatingandgardenstoholdsmallweddingsandspecialevents.Adjacenttothenewpoolandspaarea andattachedbyacommonwalltotheexistingmeetingarea(approximately1,390s.f.),willbeanew exercisebuildingwithlockersandasteamroom(approximately1,357s.f.).Theexistingmechanical spacewillremainandanewmechanicalroomwillbeincorporatedintothenewaddition.Thesmall additionattachedtothelodgebuilding(thatcontainstheexistinglaundryareaapproximately408s.f.) willbedemolishedandremovedandnewlaundryfacilitieswillbeplacedintheformerexerciseareaof theexistingmeeting/conferencearea/athleticfacility.Inapproximatelythesamelocationwherethe existinglaundryareais,anewbridgeisproposedthatwilllinktheexistingrooftoppatio(overthe existingathleticfacility/meetingroom)totheLodge(J5)toallowbetteraccesstothisbuildingfor residentsandguests.PleaseseeTab11forthelocationoftheproposedbridge.Finally,asmallbelow gradepoolmechanicalvaultwillbeincorporatedintothepoollandscapearea. Oneotherimprovementproposedaspartofthisprojectistheadditionofahottub/spa(approximately 16'x8')justwestofBuildingJ3(seeproposedspa(S2)locationonSheetsC3.0andC3.1underTab10). Thisspawillbepartiallysubmergedintothegroundandwillbelandscaped.Plansforbothofthese facilitiesareincludedunderTab10DevelopmentPlanandTab11BuildingElevations,FloorPlansand Model. LandTransference,SkiEasementandOwners'Permission Similartoothercondominiumsinthearea,TCAdoesnotownthelandwithinitscomplex.Thelandis undertheownershipoftheSnowmassVillageResortAssociation(SVRA).Recently,SVRAapproached thecondominiumassociationsabouttransferringlands,andsomesurveyworkhasbeencompleted(see Tab8foraBoundaryLineAdjustmentSurveycompletedbySGMEngineering)todivideuptheSVRA landanddistributetothevariouscomplexes.SVRAhasprovidedauthorization(seeTab4)forTCAto proceedwiththisMinorPUDAmendmentrequestwhilethelandisintheprocessofbeingconveyed.As requestedbyStaff,theExhibitAthatfollowsthatletterincludestheBoundaryLineAdjustmentSurvey completedbySGMEngineeringandthelegaldescriptionfromSteveEhlersofSGM. InadditiontoworkingwithSVRA,TCArepresentativesareworkingwiththeAspenSkiCompany(Skico) onadjustingtheexistingskieasementlocatedonSVRAland.Theeasementfallswithinthelandarea proposedforthisdevelopment.IncludedunderTab4isanemailexchangebetweenMaryHarris, ofTCAandDavidClark,attorneyfortheSkiCompany,indicatingthatSkicohasnoobjectionto Manager allowingthepool/hottubtoencroachintothisarea.TheapplicantalsometwithSkicoMountain ManagerSteveSewelltodiscusstheproject,includingthepossibilityofallowingsoilnailinginproximity easement,ifnecessary,andallowingasmuchflexibilityaspossibleinregardsto tothe construction/maintenanceoftheimprovementsastheprojectevolves.Mr.Sewellverballyindicatedhe hadnoobjectionforTCAtoproceedwiththeirrequestfordevelopmentapprovalwhilelegal 6LegalDescriptionisanExhibitprovided descriptionsanddetailsareworkedout.IncludedunderTab bySoprisEngineeringthatindicatesthelocationoftheproposedeasement.Uponfinalizationwith Skico,alegaldescriptionforthiseasementwillbedevelopedandrecordeduponprojectapprovalby TownCouncil. TheapplicanthasalsobeenworkingwiththeLaurelwoodOwnersAssociationregardinganequalland swapaspartofthetransferoflands.AletterfromDaveJacobsenfromtheLaurelwoodBoard explainingtheagreementandprovidingadraftBoundaryLineAdjustmentPlatindicatingthelandstobe swappedisalsoprovidedunderTab4.AttheTownCouncilmeetingonMay17,2010,Council expressedaninterestinhavinganeasementtoconnecttheskihillwiththeexistingwalkwaybelow TimberlinethatwillbecomepartoftheTimberlineland.Theapplicantalongwithneighboring Laurelwoodareamenabletothissuggestionandhaveagreedtoprovidethiseasementtoallowdirect skieraccesstoCarriageWayandtheparkinglots. LandUseHistoryandSpecificRequestforaMinorPUDAmendment "PrecisePlanofaSpeciallyPlannedArea"approvedin1980as According to Town records, TCA had a referencedinSeries2000Ord.14(seeTab17).However,acopyoftheapprovedplanhasnotbeen locatedineithertheTownorTCArecords.Asaconditionofapprovalforthe"athleticclubfacility"in 2000,TCAwasrequiredtorecordafinaldevelopmentplanwithin60days.AccordingtoTownStaff,this conditionwasnotmet,althoughTCAwasissuedaCertificateofOccupancyforthefacilitieswhenthey werecompleted,sotheassumptionisthatafinaldevelopmentplanwasprovidedforrecordation.Itis bothTownStaffandtheapplicant'sdesiretorectifythisrecordingoversightandrecordafinal developmentplanforthisproposedprojectthatwillreflectbothexistingconditionsandproposed improvements,uponprojectapprovalbyTownCouncil. TCAisrequestingaMinorPUDAmendmenttotheirpreviouslyapprovedSPAinordertoallowthe poolandexercisebuildingexpansionandnewspas.TheprojectqualifiesasaMinorPUDAmendment becauseitmeetsallofthefollowingcriteriaassetforthinTable53ofSec.16A5300: A minor PUD is a project that meets all of the following criteria: New Development • Contains no more than four (4) dwelling/hotel/ lodge or other residential units. • Contains no more than four thousand (4,000) sq. ft. of nonresidential space. ThisapplicationmeetstherequirementsforaMinorPUDAmendmentassetforthunderSection16A5 390AmendmentoffinalPUD.ApreapplicationconferencewasheldwiththeTownPlanner,Chris Conrad,onMarch4,2010.ThisapplicationisbeingsubmittedinaccordancewithSection16A5390 andthisTab1addressesthefollowingrequiredsections: 16A540(b)MinimumContents; 16A5300(c)GeneralRestrictions; 16A5310ReviewStandards;and Sec.16A4340.Buildingdesignguidelinestopreservecommunitycharacter. Inaddition,persection16A540(c)Consolidation,theapplicantisrequestingthatthePlanningDirector allowtheconsolidationofallsubmissionrequirementsaspartofthissinglelanduseapplication.This maypertaintowaiversorotherissuesthatariseaspartofthislandusereview. ChartofProposed&ExistingLandUse Table11providesasummaryoftheproposedusesandsizesoftheexistingandproposedfacilities withintheTCAcomplex.Existingconditionsinformationwastakenfromtherecordedcondominium structures plat.ItistheintentofthisMinorPUDAmendmenttoseekanapprovalforalloftheexisting toremainwhileallowingtheexpansionforthepoolamenities,spasandexercisebuilding.Any variationsthatmaybenecessaryforthesefacilitiesastheprojectdevelopsarerequestedaspartofthis MinorPUDAmendment.Pleasenote,however,thatasindicatedinTable11below,theapplicantis alsoseekingapprovalforasmallamountofadditionalsquarefootage(500s.f.)foreachbuildingto allowsomeflexibilityinthefutureshouldadditionalenclosedfacilitiesberequiredwithouthavingtogo throughanadditionalamendmentprocess,butonlyadministrativereviewasrequired. Table11CHARTOFPROPOSED&EXISTINGLANDUSE Use/BuildingNumberofExistingSquareProposedExisting%OpenSpaceMaximum FloorsFootageSquareFootageAcreagewithproposedHeight (approximate(approximate)withSVRAland notincludingproposed balconiesorSVRA patios)land/Min. LotArea Residential317,25417,754Approx.69%(priorto34' BuildingJ1120,901sfdevelopment Or2.775 Residential319,15719,65743.5' acres BuildingJ2 Residential320,10420,60434.5' BuildingJ3 Residential320,07820,57834.5' BuildingJ4 Lodge&18,47418,97438' Residential BuildingJ5 SubTotal95,06797,567 Residential SubTotal3,8863,886 Commercial SubTotal3,7693,769 Lodge Existing1,390;1,575sf1,39015'3" MeetingSpaceexistingpool (J6)areatoremain SubTotalAll104,112106,612 ProposedNew11,35768%(after20'0"to Exercisedevelopment)topofrear Building(J7)guardrail NA ProposedNew16,160sfofpoolNA Pool/Spaandpatio (S1) ProposedNew492sfofpoolNA Spa(S2)anddeck Utilities Theapproximatelocationofexistingutilitieshavebeenlocatedinproximitytotheproposed improvements.Existingutilitylineswillneedtoberelocatedtoaccommodatethenewexercise buildingandpool/spa.ThedraftMasterUtilityPlanprovidedunderTab16showsthelocationsofthe existingsewerandwatermains,andknownshallowutilities.Theutilitylocationsshownonthemaps areapproximateandshouldbeverifiedforconstructionpurposesasthelocateswereperformedwhen therewasmorethan2feetofsnowontheground.Thefinallocationoftheproposedutilitiesissubject tochangependingPlanningandBuildingDepartmentfeedback.Belowisasummaryoftheanticipated approachtoutilities,asindicatedinthePreliminaryEngineeringReportforAmendedPUDforthe TimberlineCondominiumssubmittedtoMaryHarrisonMarch26,2010bySoprisEngineering,also providedunderTab16. Water "Inordertoservethenewpoolareaandexercisebuilding,weproposelocatingthewaterservicewhich currentlyservestheexistingpool,tieontoandextendtheservicetoservethenewpoolareaand exercisebuilding.Additionally,inordertoservethenewhottubareainthenorthernportionofthe development,weproposelocatingtheexistingservicewhichcurrentlyserves¤.ĵ╜▄ŕ╜■┼/andextendit toservethehottub. "Theproposedpoolandexercisebuildingimprovementswillrequiretherelocationofexistingﯿand وﻰwatermains.TheproposedrelocationsareshownonthesheetC4.1MasterUtilityPlan." SanitarySewer "Inordertoservethenewpoolareaandexercisebuilding,weproposelocatingthesewerservicewhich currentlyservestheexistingpool,tieontoandextendtheservicetoservethenewpoolareaand exercisebuilding.Wewillbeinstallingasumppumpatthepoolasthepoolislowerthantheexisting poolinordertopumpthewateroutofthepoolintothesewerservice. "Inordertoservethenewhottubareainthenorthernportionofthedevelopment,wepropose locatingtheexistingsewerserviceto¤.ĵ╜▄ŕ╜■┼.tieontoitandextendittothehottub." Drainage/StormWater "Thesitewillbedesignedtodetainthedifferencebetweenthepreandpostdevelopmentstorms.The waterwhichisdetainedwillbecollectedandroutedtoanundergrounddetentionsystem.Thesystem willreleasethepredevelopmentstormatpredevelopmentratesinthehistoricalpattern." ShallowUtilities(Gas,Electric,TelephoneandFiberOptic) "Therearenoproposedimprovementstotheshallowutilities,onlyproposedrelocations.Theproposed relocatedelectric,telephone,cable,fiberopticandgaslocationsareshownonsheetC4.1MasterUtility C6.1].Copiesofthewillservelettersfromallrequiredutilityproviders Plan[shouldbesheetsC6.0and areenclosedwiththissubmittal." FinalLandscapePlan Afinallandscapeplan,includingirrigationandlighting,isprovidedunderTab9. PreliminaryConstructionManagementPlan AConstructionManagementPlan(CMP)isprovidedunderTab18(behindTab17forbinderswith missingtabs)thatspecifieshowerosioncontrolandaccesswilloccurduringconstruction.This documentisintendedtoaddressconstructionissuesastheyareknownatthispointintime.Itis expectedthatasmoreinformationregardingutilityrelocation,theskieasementandlandtransfers becomeavailable,afinalCMPwillbesubmittedattimeofbuildingpermitapplication. Snowmelting Currently,alldriveways,upperdeck,sidewalksandtheareasurroundingtheexistingpoolareaare snowmelted.TCAintendstosnowmeltthenewpool/spaareaifthepricetodosoisnotcost prohibitive.TheupperdeckofthenewbuildingwillnotbesnowmeltedasTCAwantstoallowsnowto accumulateontherooftoallowbetterskiaccess.Theapplicanthasagreedtonotsnowmeltthearea occupiedbytheformerpoolareathatisproposedtoberemoved.Energycalculationshavebeen submittedaspartoftherevisedEnergyConservationPlandatedMay13,2010. RequestforWaivers Duringthepreapplicationconference,thetransportationImpactanalysisandairqualityanalysiswere discussedandthePlanningDirectorindicatedthatthesecouldbewaivedifcertaincriteriaweremet andtheprojectisnotanticipatedtoincreasetrafficorimpactairquality.(UnderthePUDsectionofthe codethedirectorisallowedtowaiveboththetransportationimpactanalysisandairqualityanalysisif theproposalcontainslessthanfive(5)dwellingunitsorlessthantwothousand(2,000)squarefeetof nonresidentialspaceifitisdeterminedthattheimpactsgeneratedbythedevelopmentarenegligible andthatrequiringadetailedanalysisisnotwarranted).Theapplicantisrequestingawaiverfromthese tworequirementsaspartofthisMinorPUDAmendmentapplication. Therearethreeotherreportsandanalysesthat,duetotheminornatureofthisproject,willproduce minimalimpactandwereapprovedtobewaivedbytheTownCouncilaspartofthisMinorPUD Amendmentapplication.Thesewaiversareforthefollowingdocuments: FiscalImpactReport BrushCreekImpactReport WildlifeHabitatAnalysis OtherIssues LicensingAgreement TheapplicantmayrequestalicensingagreementwiththeTownofSnowmassVillagetoallowaminor encroachmentofanexistingbuilding(J1)toremaininplace.Atthetimeofthiswritingitwasunclearif theencroachmentexistedornot(duetodiscrepanciesinsurveys),andfinalsurveyworkshould determineifanagreementisnecessary.Thisrequestwillbeaddressedmorefullyiftheencroachment isverifiedthroughtheupdatedsurveyinformation. DeedRestrictedHousing Duringthe2000approvaloftheathleticclub/meetingroomfacility,aconditionofapprovalrequiredthe mitigationof351.25s.f.Theapplicantwasprovidedtheoptionofpayingcashinlieuof$57,524or deedrestrictingstudiounits113,114and213inBuildingJ5asanalternative.Meetingswiththe HousingOfficeandsearchofpublicrecordsindicatenoevidencethattheunitsweredeedrestricted. Further,TCAisunabletofindevidencethatthecashinlieuwaseverpaidbythem.Ifnoevidence verifyingpaymentofthecashinlieucanbefoundbyTCAorlocatedinTownrecords,thenTCAis preparedtopaythe$57,524(andanyadditionalmitigationthisprojectmaygenerate)asan outstandingobligation.ThefinalamounthasnotyetbeendeterminedbythePlanningStaff,butis estimatedtobeapproximately$79,000.TheremainingcashinlieupaymentfortheexpandedAthletic Buildingwillbringthetotalmitigationamounttoapproximately$109,000. VestedPropertyRights Theapplicantisseekingthestandardvestingperiodofthreeyearsforthisproject. Part2CONSISTENCYANDCOMPLIANCE ThisMinorPUDAmendmentapplicationcomplieswithSection16A540(b)Minimumcontents,with theexceptionofthewaiveranddeferralsrequestedintheapplication.Thispartoftheapplicationis intendedtoaddressconsistencyandcompliancewiththeTOSVLandUseandDevelopmentCode restrictionsandstandards.ApplicablesectionsoftheTOSVLandUseandDevelopmentCodearere printedhereinplaintext,withresponsestoeachrestrictionorstandardprovidedbytheapplicantin boldtext. 16A5300(c)GeneralRestrictions (c)GeneralRestrictions.Althoughone(1)ofthepurposesofthesePUDregulationsistoprovide flexibilityinthelanddevelopmentprocess,thisSectionisintendedtodefinethelimitsofthatflexibility. ThefollowingrestrictionsshallapplytoallPUDs: (1)Minimumlandarea.Thereshallbenominimumlandareaqualificationinordertobeeligibleto applyforaPUD,providedthatPUDapprovalshallnotbegrantedsolelytopermitvariationsto developasinglelot,buildingoruse.TheproposedPUDAmendmentwillapplytotheTimberline CondominiumAssociationbuildings,usesandlandsthatwillbeacquiredthroughlandtransfers andexchangesasdescribedabove.TCAlandareawillbeapproximately120,901s.f.whichwillbe usedtoestablishtheminimumlandareanecessarytocomplywiththisrestriction. (2)Location.APUDmaybedevelopedonanylandlocatedwithintheTown.Thelandthatisthe subjectofthisMinorPUDAmendmentislocatedwithintheTownofSnowmassVillage. (3)Uses.ThelandusespermittedinaPUDshallbelimitedtothoseusesthatareallowed,orare allowedbyspecialreview,intheunderlyingzonedistrict.Thecurrentunderlyingzoningonthe subjectpropertyisSPA1SpeciallyPlannedArea.UndertheSPA,thecurrentusesofTCAinclude lodging,restaurant(Butch's),meeting/conferencearea,openspace,outdoorpool,andathletic clubfacility.Theproposedusesremainascurrentlyallowed,butwillallowtheexpansionofthe athleticclubfacility,anewpool/spaarea,andasecondspa/hottub.Noothernewusesare proposedunderthisMinorPUDAmendment. (4)Maximumbuildout.TheComprehensivePlancontainsananalysisoffuturebuildoutofsingle familysubdivisionsandotherdevelopmentswithintheTownlimits.Itidentifiesthemaximum numberoffuturelots/unitsandcommercial/otherspacethatmaybedevelopedwithineach subdivision,parcelorotherdevelopment.TheUnitEquivalencyChart,foundinTable54,defines whatconstitutesaunitbydistinguishingbetweenthevariousdwellingtypesandsizesand specifyinganequivalencyfactortobeutilizedtoestablishthenumberofexistingunitswithina currentlydevelopedparceland/orthefuturebuildoutunitsthatwillbegeneratedbytheproposed newdevelopment.Thebuildoutanalysis,forthepurposeofdeterminingmaximumbuildout,shall beconductedasfollows:Table18inthenewlyadoptedComprehensivePlanUpdatedoesnot addressnonresidentialbuildout,therefore,itisnotclearhowthisrestrictionshouldbe addressed.Ifthe"notapplicable"responsesbelowneedtobemodifiedaccordingtothePlanning Staff,theapplicantwillmodifywithinputfromStaff. a.Undevelopedparcels.Forundevelopedparcelscontainingnodwellingunits,theComprehensive Planfuturebuildoutchartshallbeusedtoestablishthemaximumnumberoffuturelots/unitsand commercial/otherspacethatmaybedevelopedwithintheparcel,andtheUnitEquivalencyChart shallbeusedtodeterminethenumberoffuturebuildoutunitsthatarebeingproposedbythe newdevelopment.Notapplicable. b.Partiallydevelopedparcels.Forpartiallydevelopedparcels,eachexistingdwellingunitor residentiallotshallfirstbecountedasone(1)unit.Thetotalnumbershallthenbesubtracted fromthefuturebuildoutnumberspecifiedwithintheComprehensivePlanbuildoutchartto establishtheavailablebuildoutunitamount.TheUnitEquivalencyChartshallthenbeusedto evaluatetheexistingdevelopmentandtoestablishtheexistingbuildoutunitamount.Thetotalof theavailableandexistingunit/lotamountsshallthenbeconsideredasthefuturebuildoutunit amountusedfordeterminingmaximumbuildout,andtheUnitEquivalencyChartshallbeusedto determinethenumberoffuturebuildoutunitsthatarebeingproposedbythenewdevelopment. Notapplicable. c.Fullydevelopedparcels.Forparcelswherethetotalnumberoftheexistingdwellingunits, whereeachdwellingunitorresidentiallotiscountedasone(1)unit,equalsthefuturebuildout numberspecifiedwithintheComprehensivePlanbuildoutchart,theUnitEquivalencyChartshall beusedtoevaluatetheexistingdevelopmentandtoestablishtheexistingbuildoutunitamount. Theexistingbuildoutunitamountshallthenbeconsideredasthefuturebuildoutunitamountfor determiningmaximumbuildout,andtheUnitEquivalencyChartshallbeusedtodeterminethe numberoffuturebuildoutunitsthatarebeingproposedbythenewdevelopment.IftheTown CouncildeterminesthatthePUDcomplieswiththeapplicableprovisionsofthisSubsection(c), GeneralRestrictions,thestandardsofSection16A5310,ReviewStandards,andanyother applicableprovisionsofthisCode,thenaPUDmaydevelopupto,butnotmorethan,sixtyfive percent(65%)ofthemaximumnumberoffuturelots/unitsandcommercial/otherspaceidentified forthatsubdivisionorotherdevelopmentinthebuildoutanalysis.TheTownCouncilmayapprove abuildoutthatislessthanorgreaterthansixtyfivepercent(65%),basedonthefollowing standards: a.Lesserbuildout.AlesserbuildoutmaybeapprovedbytheTownif,duringtheevaluationof thecomplianceofthePUDwiththeapplicablereviewstandards,itisdeterminedthatthereare sitespecificphysicalconstraintsonthepropertythatwouldlimititsappropriatenessfor buildout(suchasthepresenceofwetlands,floodplains,steepslopesorwildlifehabitat),orthe applicanthasbeenunabletoadequatelyprovidepublicimprovementsorservicesnecessaryfor thedevelopment,orthebuildoutwouldbeincompatiblewithsurroundinglandusesorwiththe characterofthecommunityasdescribedinSection16A4340,BuildingDesignGuidelinesto PreserveCommunityCharacter,orifotherpertinentlimitationsareidentified.Notapplicable. b.Greaterbuildout.AgreaterbuildoutmaybeapprovediftheTownCouncilfindsthatthePUD achievesone(1)ormoreofthepurposesdescribedinSubsection(c)(6),CommunityPurposes forPUDs,andthePUDcomplieswiththeotherapplicableprovisionsofthisSubsection(c), GeneralRestrictions,thestandardsofSection16A5310,ReviewStandards,andanyother applicableprovisionsofthisCode.Nobuildoutmaybepermittedtoexceedonehundred percent(100%)ofthemaximumnumberoffuturelots/unitsandcommercial/otherspacelisted forthatsubdivision,parcelorotherdevelopment,exceptthatunderuniqueandexceptional circumstanceswhereitcanbesufficientlydemonstratedbytheapplicantthattheresulting developmentwill,forgoodcauseshown,exceedthePUDreviewcriteriastandards,a reconsiderationandamendmentofthefuturebuildoutanalysischartallocationforthat subdivision,parcelorotherdevelopmentmaybeconsidered.TheTownCouncilshallthenadopt anordinance,approvedbyatleastthreequarters(¾)ofthemembersoftheTownCouncil presentandvoting,amendingthefuturebuildoutanalysischartandidentifyingthereasonswhy theamendmentiswarranted.Notapplicable. TABLE54 UNITEQUIVALENCY CATEGORIESSQUAREFOOTAGEUNITEQUIVALENT MULTIFAMILYILessThan1,000s.f.0.5 MULTIFAMILYII1,000s.f.1,500s.f0.50+.05PerEachAdditional 100s.f.Above1,000s.f. MULTIFAMILYIII1,501s.f.2,500s.f.0.75+.10PerEachAdditional 100s.f.Above1,500s.f. MULTIFAMILYIVMoreThan2,500s.f.1.75+.25PerEachAdditional 100s.f.Above2,500s.f. SINGLEFAMILYILessThan2,500s.f.1 SINGLEFAMILYII2,500s.f.4,500s.f.1.0+.10PerEachAdditional 100s.f.Above2,500s.f. SINGLEFAMILYIIIMorethan4,500s.f.3.0+.50PerEachAdditional 100s.f.Above4,500s.f. HOTEL/LODGINGILessThan500s.f.0.25 HOTEL/LODGINGIIs.f.500s.f.1,0000.25+.10PerEachAdditional 100s.f.Above500s.f. HOTEL/LODGINGIIIMorethan1,000s.f.0.75+.25PerEachAdditional 100s.f.Above1,000s.f. (5)Dimensionallimitations.Certaindimensionallimitationsapplicabletothepropertymaybevaried withinaPUD.Thelimitationsthatmaybevariedarethoseoftheunderlyingzonedistrict;or,for propertiesforwhichaPUDorotherdevelopmentplanhaspreviouslybeenapproved,the limitationssetbythatapproval.ForanypropertydesignatedPUDorSPAwithoutanunderlyingzone district,theapplicantshallsubmitanapplicationforanamendmenttotheOfficialZoneDistrictMap todesignatetheunderlyingzonedistrictfortheproperty.Thisapplicationshallbesubmittedin conjunctionwiththepreliminaryPUDapplicationandshallbeusedtorezonethepropertyatthe timeoffinalPUDapprovaltoazonedistrictcontainingdimensionallimitationsinordertoestablish theapplicabledimensionallimitationsfortheproperty.Onlythefollowingdimensionallimitations maybevaried:DuetothefactthattheSPAcannotbelocated,itisdifficulttodeterminewhat dimensionallimitationswereestablished.Thisapplicationpresumestheexistingconditionswere approved. a.MaximumallowableheightofanystructurewithinthePUD;SeeTable11forheightofexisting structures.Theheightoftheproposedadditionistallerthantheexistingmeeting/conference area/athleticfacilitybecauseitincorporatesarailing.Theproposedheightincludingtherear railingis20'0". b.MinimumopenspacerequirementforthePUD;SeeTable11foropenspaceproposedunder thisMinorPUDAmendment.Currently,SVRAownsthelandwithintheTCAcomplex.The proposedopenspace,approximately120,901s.f.,represents68%oftheundevelopedlandin thecomplex,oncelandisconveyed.Thiswillbecometheminimumopenspacerequirementfor theamendedPUD. c.MaximumallowablefloorareaofthePUD;SeeTable11fortheexistingfloorareaand proposedfloorareathatwouldbeallowableunderthisMinorPUDAmendment.Theapplicant isseekinganadditional500s.f.perbuildingtoallowpotentialfutureenclosures,inadditionto the1,357s.f.offloorareafortheexpandedexercisefacility. d.MinimumareaoflotswithinthePUD;andUponconveyanceoftheSVRAlandstoTCAandthe equalexchangeoflandbetweenTCAandLaurelwood,thelandsacquiredbyTCAwillbe establishedasonelotwithatotalsquarefootageofapproximately120,901s.f.or2.775acres. ThiswillbetheminimumlotareaundertheMinorPUDAmendment. e.MinimumsetbacksforbuildingswithinthePUD.Withtheexceptionoftheproposed expandedexercisefacility,allexistingsetbacksofallexistingbuildingswillremainascurrently indicatedundertheExistingConditionswithTopography(SheetC2)providedunderTab9.The setbacksfortheproposedexpandedexercisefacilityareasindicatedonthedevelopmentplan providedunderTab10(SheetC3.1).Theseincludea0'setbackforboththeproposedsouthand eastpropertylines. AdimensionallimitationmaybevariedwhentheTownCouncilfindsthatthePUDachievesone(1) ormoreoftheapplicablepurposeslistedinSubsection(c)(6),CommunityPurposesforPUDs,that grantingofthevariationisnecessaryforthatpurposetobeachieved,andthattheresulting developmentwillbeconsistentwiththeprovisionsofSubsection(c)(7),StandardsforGrantingof Variations,andSection16A5310,ReviewStandards.Notapplicable. (6)CommunitypurposesforPUDs.TheComprehensivePlanidentifiescertainpurposesthe communityintendstoachieveasitdevelops.Thefollowingpurposesshallbeusedindetermining whetherthebuildoutforaPUDmayexceedsixtyfivepercent(65%)ofthatidentifiedinthe buildoutanalysisandwhetheranyoftheparcel'sdimensionallimitationsshouldbevaried:The proposedexpansionoftheexercisefacilityisapproximately1,357s.f.andwillhavelimitedimpact onbuildout.Therefore,thissectiondoesnotapply. a.Provisionofrestrictedhousing.Aparcel'smaximumbuildoutmaybeachievedandits dimensionallimitationsmaybevariedtoofferanincentivetoapplicantstoprovidemore restrictedhousingwithinthePUDthanwouldotherwiseberequiredbythisDevelopmentCode, particularlyinthoseprioritylocationsforsuchhousingidentifiedwithintheComprehensivePlan. Notapplicable. b.Encouragesustainabledevelopment.Aparcel'smaximumbuildoutmaybeachievedandits dimensionallimitationsmaybevariedtoencouragesustainabledevelopmentwithintheTown thatdiversifiesthemixoflodging,retailanddiningusesandthatisconsistentwiththeintentof theComprehensivePlan.Sustainabledevelopmentmaybeofthetypethatcreatesasenseof placewhereonecanliveandworkwithinasmalldefinedserviceareaaswellaswhererecreation, publictransportation,openspace,personalservicesandshoppingarewithinreasonablewalking distance.Itmayalsobewherethedevelopmentincludespositivesocial,environmentalor economicbenefitsthatsignificantlycontributeto,greatlyenhanceoraredeterminednecessary forthesustainabilityofthecommunityasawhole.Thoughthissectiondoesnotapply,TCAisa mixeddevelopmentthatcreatesasenseofplaceandwillonlybeimprovedthroughthe improvementsproposedunderthisMinorPUDAmendment. c.Provideopenspaceand/oravoidwildlifehabitat.Aparcel'smaximumbuildoutmaybeachieved anditsdimensionallimitationsmaybevariedtoprovidenecessarysiteplanningflexibilityto enablethedevelopmenttoprovidemoreandhigherqualityopenspaceortoconservecritical wildlifehabitatlands.Thisshallbeaccomplishedinsuchawayastomaintaintheselandsaslarge, contiguousareas.Suchlandsshallnotbefragmentedintosmall,unconnectedareasby development,unlesstheapplicantdemonstratesthatthisarrangementwillresultinthemost suitabledevelopmentpatternfortheproperty,andthatthelandsprovidingvaluedopenspaceor criticalwildlifehabitathavebeenprotected.Whereapplicable,connectionsofsuchlandsonthe sitetosuchlandsonadjacentpropertiesshallbeaccomplished.Notapplicable. d.Encouragebetterdesign.Aparcel'sdimensionallimitationsmaybevaried(butitsmaximum buildoutmaynotbeachieved)toallowforgreatervarietyinthetype,designandlayoutof buildings.Structuresshallbedesignedtobecompatible,intermsofheight,mass,scale, orientationandconfiguration,withotherbuildingsinthePUDandwithsurroundinguses,yetshall avoiduniformityofdesign.VarioustypesofresidentialusesmaybecombinedwithinthePUD (whenallowedbytheunderlyingzonedistrict),topromotemoreefficientlandusepatternsand increasedopenspace.Notapplicable. e.Developnecessarypublicfacilities.Aparcel'smaximumbuildoutmaybeachievedandits dimensionallimitationsmaybevariedtoprovideanincentiveforanapplicanttodevelop,or contributetothedevelopmentof,necessarypublicfacilities,suchaspublicparkingand transportationfacilities,publicrecreationfacilitiesandotherpublicfacilitiesconsistentwiththe intentoftheComprehensivePlanandtheTown'sgoalsandobjectives.Thefacilitiesmaybe locatedwithinoroutsideofthePUD,butshallbefacilitiesbeyondtherequiredmitigationforthe projectthatmeettheneedsnotonlyofprojectresidents,butalsoofotherresidentsofand visitorstotheTownandshallpromote,generally,thepublichealth,safetyandwelfare.Achieving one(1)ormoreoftheapplicablepurposeslistedabovedoesnot,byitself,grantanydevelopment entitlementforthebuildoutofaPUDtoexceedsixtyfivepercent(65%)ofthatidentifiedinthe buildoutanalysisorforanyoftheparcel'sdimensionallimitationstobevaried.Notapplicable. (7)Standardsforgrantingofvariations.AnyPUDdimensionallimitationvariationauthorizedin Subsection(c)(5),Dimensionallimitations,maybegrantedbytheTownCouncil,providedthatit complieswiththefollowingstandards: a.Height.Variationstoincreasethemaximumallowableheightofstructuresmaybeobtained pursuanttothefollowingprovisions: 1.Arequesttograntavariationtoincreasethemaximumallowableheightforanyindividual structuremaybegrantedbytheTownCouncil,providedthatatleastfiftypercent(50%)ofthe structureforwhichthevariationissought,asmeasuredutilizingthestructure'sfootprint, conformstotheheightlimitsoftheunderlyingzonedistrict,providedfurtherthatnoportionof thestructureexceedstheheightlimitoftheunderlyingzonedistrictbymorethanseventyfive percent(75%).Notapplicable.Novarianceisbeingrequested.Theproposedheightofthe expandedexercisefacilityisﻮﮭ0(tallestexposedfaçade=distancefromfinishedpatiototop ofrearguardrail). 2.Inexceptionalandspecialcircumstances,arequesttograntavariationtoincreasethe maximumallowableheightforindividualstructuresmaybepermittedtoexceedthefifty percentorseventyfivepercentlimitationdescribedintheprecedingparagraph,iftheapplicant isabletosufficientlydemonstratetothesatisfactionoftheTownCouncilthat:Notapplicable. Novarianceisbeingrequested.Theproposedheightoftheexpandedexercisefacilityisﻮﮭﮭ (tallestexposedfaçade=distancefromfinishedpatiototopofrearguardrail). a)Viewsfromsurroundingproperties,asdeterminedthroughtheuseofdetailedviewplane analysis,whichmayincludecomputergeneratedvisualizations,storypolesandother methodsacceptabletothePlanningDirector,willnotbesubstantiallyadverselyaffected.The surroundingpropertiestobeconsideredwillincludethoseimmediatelyadjacenttothePUD andthosethatareidentifiedbythePlanningCommissionandtheTownCouncilduringtheir respectivereviewandpubliccommentperiods.Notapplicable. b)Theproposedstructurewillbecompatible,intermsofheight,mass,scale,orientationand configuration,withotherstructuresinthePUDandwithadjacentstructures.Ifthevariation exceedsthefiftypercentorseventyfivepercentlimitationsdescribedinthepreceding paragraph,thevariationandthePreliminaryPUDPlanresolutionmustbeapprovedbyatleast threequarters(¾)oftheTownCouncilmemberspresentandvoting,forgoodcauseshown andbyidentifyingthereasonswhytheheightvariationiswarranted.Notapplicable. 3.Forthepurposesofadministeringparagraph(7)a,theTownCouncilmaygrantbysimple majorityvote,aheightvariationforcertainstructures,suchasflagpoles,antennasandother similarstructureswhichhaveonlyanominalfootprint.Skilifttowersandrelatedfacilitiesare exemptfromrequiringheightvariationapproval.Notapplicable. 4.Incircumstanceswheretwo(2)structureshavebeenconnectedbyanenclosedwalkway, corridor,atriumorotherenclosedspacewhosewidthorheightislessthanfiftypercent(50%) ofeitherthewidthorheightofeitheroftheotherwiseseparatestructuresmeasuredfromthe sidebeingconnected,theprovisionsofparagraph(7)shallbeappliedtoeachstructure separatelyratherthanasone(1)structure.Notapplicable. b.Openspaceandminimumlotarea.Avariationtoreducetheminimumopenspacerequirement ortoreduceminimumlotarea(inordertoclusterlots)maybepermittedif:Notapplicable.No variationisbeingrequested.Theopenspaceandminimumlotareawillbeestablishedthrough thisMinorPUDAmendmentasindicatedinTable11. 1.Suchvariationwillnotbedetrimentaltothecharacteroftheproposeddevelopmentorto surroundingproperties;Notapplicable.Novariationisbeingrequested. 2.Theproposeddevelopmentshallincludeopenspaceforthemutualbenefitoftheentire development;andNotapplicable.Novariationisbeingrequested. 3.Theopenspacethatisprovidedisaccessibleandavailabletoatleastalldwellingunitsand lotsforwhichtheopenspaceisintended.Notapplicable.Novariationisbeingrequested. c.Minimumbuildingsetbacks.MinimumbuildingsetbacksshallbeestablishedbythePUDplan, providedadequatedistanceshallbeleftbetweenbuildingsfornecessaryaccessandfire protection,andtoensureproperventilation,light,airandsnowmeltbetweenbuildings,andto minimizetheeffectsoftransmissionofnoisebetweenunitsandbetweenbuildings.Not applicable.Novariationisbeingrequested,however,thesetbackfortheexpandedexercise buildingisproposedfor0'onboththesouthandeastsides. (8)Parking.ThenumberofparkingspacesinthePUDshallbethatrequiredfortheunderlyingzone district,unlessareductioninthatrequirementisgranted,pursuanttoSection16A4310(c), ReductionofRequiredParking.ParkingforTLCisprovidedinTOSVLots12and13.TLCacquires parkingpassesthroughtheTownanddistributestheseforguestuse.Nonewresidentialunitsare beingproposedunderthisMinorPUDAmendment,anditisnotanticipatedthattheexpanded exercisefacilitywillgeneratetheneedforadditionalparking. (9)Roadstandards.APUDmaybepermittedtodeviatefromtheTown'sroadstandards,toenable thedevelopmenttoachievegreaterefficiencyofinfrastructuredesignandinstallationthrough clusteredorcompactformsofdevelopmentortoachievegreatersensitivitytoenvironmental features,whenthefollowingminimumdesignprinciplesarefollowed:Nonewroadsareproposed aspartofthisMinorPUDAmendment,thereforethisstandarddoesnotapply.Atemporary constructionroadisproposedtobeusedthatwillgainaccessthroughSKICOlandviatheTopof VillagegateasindicatedintheConstructionManagementPlanprovidedunderTab18. a.Safe,efficientaccess.Thecirculationsystemshallbedesignedtoprovidesafe,convenient accesstoallareasoftheproposeddevelopmentusingtheminimumpracticalroadwaylength. Accessshallbebyapublicrightofway,privatevehicularorpedestrianwayoracommonlyowned easement.NonewroadsareproposedaspartofthisMinorPUDAmendment,thereforethis standarddoesnotapply. b.Internalpathways.Internalpathwaysshallbeprovidedtoformalogical,safeandconvenient systemforpedestrianaccesstodwellingunitsandcommonareas,withappropriatelinkagesoff site.NonewinternalpathwaysoutsideofthepoolareaareproposedaspartofthisMinorPUD Amendment,thereforethisstandarddoesnotapply. c.Emergencyvehicles.Roadwaysshallbedesignedtopermitaccessbyemergencyvehiclestoall lotsorunits.Anaccesseasementshallbegrantedforemergencyandutilityvehicles,as applicable,touseprivateroadwaysinthedevelopmentforthepurposeofprovidingemergency servicesandforinstallation,maintenanceandrepairofutilities.Nonewroadsareproposedas partofthisMinorPUDAmendment,thereforethisstandarddoesnotapply.However,a temporaryconstructioneasementthatwillbecomeamaintenanceeasementisbeing negotiatedwithSKICOacrossthesouthernmostportionoflandadjacenttotheproposed addition.Theapplicantmetwithemergencypersonnel(Snowmass/WildcatFireDistrict) regardingemergencyaccessandnoadditionalemergencyaccessisrequiredbytheDistrictfor theexpansionproject. d.Principalaccesspoints.Principalvehicularaccesspointsshallbedesignedtoprovideforsmooth trafficflow,minimizinghazardstovehicular,pedestrianorbicycletraffic.WhereaPUDabutsa majorcollector,arterialroadorhighway,directaccesstosuchroadorhighwayfromindividual lots,unitsorbuildingsshallbeprohibitedwhenotherreasonableaccessoptionsareavailable.No newroadsoraccesspointsareproposedaspartofthisMinorPUDAmendment,thereforethis standarddoesnotapply. e.Snowstorage.Adequateareasshallbeprovidedtostoresnowremovedfromtheinternalstreet networkandfromoffstreetparkingareas.Nonewinternalstreetnetworkoroffstreetparking areasareproposedaspartofthisMinorPUDAmendment,thereforethisstandarddoesnot apply. ________________________________________________________________________________ 16A5310ReviewStandards Sec.16A5310.Reviewstandards.Inadditiontodemonstratingcompliancewiththeprovisionsof Section16A5300(c),GeneralRestrictions,andwithallotherapplicableprovisionsofthisCode,a proposedPUDshallalsocomplywiththefollowingreviewstandards. (1)ConsistencywithComprehensivePlan.ThePUDshallbeconsistentwiththeintentoftheTown's ComprehensivePlan.TheTLCcomplexremainsamultifamilyresidentiallodgingpropertywith amenitiesthatwillbeimprovedthroughthisMinorPUDAmendment.TheMinorPUDwillremain consistentwiththeTown'sComprehensivePlan. (2)Preservationofcommunitycharacter.ThedevelopmentproposedforthePUDshallbe consistentwiththestandardsofSection16A4340,BuildingDesignGuidelinestoPreserve CommunityCharacter,shallbecompatiblewith,oranenhancementof,thecharacterofexisting landusesintheareaandshallnotadverselyaffectthefuturedevelopmentofthesurroundingarea. PleaserefertoSection16A4340BuildingDesignGuidelinestoPreserveCommunityCharacter, providedbelow. (3)Creativeapproach.ThedevelopmentproposedforthePUDrepresentsacreativeapproachto thedevelopmentanduseoflandandrelatedphysicalfacilitiestoproducebetterdevelopmentsand toprovideamenitiesforresidentsofthePUDandthepublicingeneral.Theproposedexpansion projectwillblendseamlesslywiththeexistingmeeting/conferencearea/athleticfacilitybysimply extendingthebuildingtothesoutheast,andblendingwiththeadjacentskirun.Theroofofthe facilitywillnotbe"snowmelted"sothatsnowwillremainontheaddition,improvingskiinski outaccessforownersandguests.Thenewpoolandspasareamenitiesthatresidentsandguests willenjoy,makingtheTimberlinedevelopmentabetteroptionforsomeguests. (4)Landscaping.ProposedlandscapingforthePUDshallprovidesufficientbufferingofusesfrom oneanother(bothwithinthePUDandbetweenthePUDandsurroundinglands)tominimizenoise, glareandotheradverseimpacts,shallcreateattractivestreetscapesandparkingareasandshallbe consistentwiththecharacteroftheTown.SeethefinallandscapeplanprovidedunderTab9.The secondhottub/spaarealocatedwestofBuildingJ3willalsobebufferedwithlandscapingto minimizeviewsfrom/tonearbyunits. (5)Complywithdevelopmentevaluationstandards.ThePUDshallcomplywithallapplicable provisionsofArticleIVofthisDevelopmentCode,DevelopmentEvaluationStandards.All applicableportionsofArticleIVareaddressedinthisapplicationorarerequestedtobe waived/deferredbythePlanningDirectororTownCouncil.Nonewrestrictedhousingorsignage isbeingproposedatthistime.AllimprovementswillcomplywithapplicableDivision2 ImprovementStandards. (6)Suitabilityfordevelopment.ThepropertyproposedforthePUDshallbesuitablefor development,consideringitstopography,environmentalfeaturesandanynaturalormanmade hazardsthataffectitsdevelopmentpotential.Theproposedexpansionprojectareaissuitablefor developmentandwillblendseamlesslywiththeexistingandadjacentuses. (7)Adequatefacilities.Theapplicantshallshowthat: a.AdequatefacilitieswillbeprovidedtothePUDforwatersupply,sewagedisposal,solidwaste disposal,electricalsupply,fireprotection,roadsandpedestriancirculation;Theapplicanthas metwiththeSnowmassWaterandSanitationDistrict,theSnowmassWildcatFireProtection District,andhelddiscussionwithHolyCrossElectricCompanyregardingtheexpansionproject. Theapplicantwillcomplywithrequirementsofthoseentities.A"willserve"letterfromHoly CrossisprovidedunderTab16.Theapplicantdoesnotanticipatethattheexpansionproject willincreasesolidwastedisposal.Nonewroadsorpedestriancirculationareproposedwithin thecomplex. b.ThePUDhasbeenlocatedsoastobereasonablyconvenientinrelationtopoliceandfire protection,emergencymedicalservicesandschools;andTheexpansionprojectisinthe immediatevicinityoftheexistingcomplexamenitiesandwillremainasconvenientascurrent facilitiesaretopoliceandfireprotection,emergencymedicalservicesandschools.The applicantmetwithemergencypersonnel(SnowmassWildcatFireProtectionDistrict)regarding emergencyaccessandnoadditionalemergencyaccessisrequiredbytheDistrictforthe expansionproject. c.ThePUDwillaccommodatetheefficientprovisionoftransitfacilitiesandservices.Thereareno proposedchangesthroughtheMinorPUDAmendmentthatwillaffecttheefficientprovisionof transitfacilitiesandservices. Sec.16A4340.Buildingdesignguidelinestopreservecommunitycharacter. (a)Purpose.ThebuildingdesignguidelinescontainedwithinthisSectionareintendedtopreservethe characteroftheTownasauniquemountainsetting,inwhichdevelopmentisanelementofthenatural environment,anddoesnotdominatethosenaturalfeatures.Theseguidelinesarenotintendedto restrictimagination,innovationorvarietyindesign,butratherareintendedtoassistinfocusingon designprinciplesthatcanresultincreativesolutionsthatareconsistentwiththecharacteroftheTown. (b)Applicability.TheprovisionsofthisSection16A4340shallapplytoanydevelopmentapplicationfor PUD,amendedPUD,subdivision,specialrevieworbuildingpermitfornonresidentialdevelopmentor redevelopment.Theseprovisionsshallnotapplytodevelopmentofasinglefamilydetacheddwelling unitoratwofamilydwelling(duplex)onalotsubdividedpriortotheeffectivedateofthisDevelopment Code(September2,1998).ThisapplicationisforaMinorPUDAmendment,thereforethese provisionsapply. (c)BuildingDesignGuidelines. (1)Siteintegration.Buildingdesignshallbeinfluencedby,andshallrespondto,thenaturalfeatures andmountainsettingthatsurroundtheproperty.Structuresshallbedesignedsotheydonot overwhelmthesurroundingmountainenvironment.PleaseseetheDevelopmentPlanprovided underTab10andtheBuildingElevationsandFloorPlansprovidedunderTab11. a.Minimizemodification.Developmentsshouldbeplannedtominimizetheextenttowhichitis necessarytomodifythenaturalterrainandnaturalwatercourses.Whereearthmovingtechniques arenecessary,manmadeformsshouldbesoftandnaturalinappearance.Naturalwaterfeatures shouldbepreservedandenhanced.Theproposedexpansionprojectwillminimizemodification tothenaturalterrain.Nonaturalwatercourseswillbemodified.Thetopographysurrounding theamenityareawillgradedtoblendtheprojectintotheadjacentskirun.RefertoTab10for theDevelopmentPlanwhichprovidesmoredetail. b.Indigenousdetails.Indigenousdetailsandlandscapeaccents,suchasstreams,boulders,trees andwildflowers,shouldbeusedtoconnectthedevelopmenttonaturalconditions.Boththe buildingexpansionandnewpoolandspaareaswillbeintegratedintothelandscapeand detailedtousenativeorindigenousmaterials.SeeTab9forthefinallandscapeplan. c.Complementnaturallandforms.Newbuildingsshouldbedesignedtocomplementnatural landforms,bysettingthemintotheslope,orbyreflectingtheanglesandshapesfoundinthe naturallandscape.Buildingmassingshouldbebrokenuporsteppedalongaslope,toconformto theshape,aspectandscaleofthenaturalterrain.Thebuildingexpansionisproposedasone storyandwillbeconstructedintothehillside,similartotheexistingmeeting/conference area/athleticfacility,whichwillcomplementthenaturalsurroundinglandform. d.Signs.Interpretiveinformationandsignsshouldbeusedtodrawattentiontonatureand mountainecology.Nosignageisproposedatthistime. e.Grade.Awkwardchangesofgradeinpublicspacesshouldbeavoided.Naturalgradechanges shouldbeusedtoseparateanddefineactivityareas.Theneedsofdisabledpersonsshouldbe consideredinthelayoutofusesandincirculationpatterns,ascirculationonslopingterraincanbe anobstacletothedisabled.Gradingwithinthenewpool/spaareawillaccommodatedisabled personswithintheenclosedarea.Theenclosedareaisnotcurrentlyaccessible.Theapplicant willmeetbuildingcoderequirementsforaccessibilityasrequired. (2)Scaleandmass.Buildingsshallbedesignedtoensurethattheyarenotperceivedasbeing monumentalinscale.PleaserefertoTab11forBuildingElevations,FloorPlansandModel. a.Relationtoscaleofsurroundingbuildings.Theheightandmassofnewbuildingsshouldbe relatedtotheprevailingscale,formandproportionofsurroundingbuildings,toavoid overwhelmingordominatingtheexistingcharacterofthearea.Theproposedexpansionofthe exercisefacilitywillbeapproximatelythesameheightastheexistingfacilities,exceptthata railingwillbeaddedwhichwillbringtheheightto20'0".Thenewfacilityissmallerinsquare footagethanthecurrentfacility.Byblendingthetwobuildingsintoastructurethatwill"read" asone,theexistingcharacteroftheareawillnotbeoverwhelmingordominating. b.Designarticulation.Groupsofbuildingsshouldbelocatedtoavoidcreatinga"wall"or"row" effect.Individualbuildingsshouldincorporateoffsetsorprojectionsthatrelievethevisualeffect ofasinglelongwall,helptoarticulateindividualunitsorgroupsofunitsandgivetheappearance thebuildingismadeupofacollectionofsmallerstructures.Buildingsshouldbesitedsotheir longestfrontagesarenotontheirmostvisiblesides.Theproposedexpandedbuildingwillhave itslongestfrontageonitsleastvisible(slopeside)sideasthebuildingwillbeconstructedinto theslope.Aretainingwallwillbeusedtoseparatethepool/spaareafromtheadjacentskirun. Thewallwillbeminimallyexposedfromthepoolsideasamorenaturallandscapewith waterfallandlandscapingwillbeincorporatedtoblendwiththesurroundingmountains.A fencewillbeplacedontopoftheretainingwallasrequiredforsafetyforskiersontheadjacent slope. c.Humanscale.Peoplespacesshouldrespecthumanscale.Thedesignshouldincludearticulated buildingandroofconfigurations;staggeredrooflines;slopingroofformswithoverhangs;setbacks ofupperstories;variationsingradelevel,floorplaneandwalltextures;spatialenclosure;andthe useofdesignelementsthatbreakupthevolumeofspace.Theexpandedbuildingisonly1,357 s.f.insizeandwillhaveadequatearticulationandintegrationintothepoolscapetorespect humanscale.Inaddition,theproposed"bridge"willcreatea"gateway"thatwillvisually connecttheexistingpoolarea(toberemovedandusedasflexspace)withthenewpooland spas.PleaserefertoTab11formoredetailonthebridge. d.Screenmechanicalequipment.Theroofsofstructurescontainingnonresidentialormultifamily usesshouldbedesignedtoscreenheating,ventilationandmechanicalequipmentfromviewfrom neighboringpropertiesandpublicrightsofway.Anyroofmechanicalequipmentwillbe properlyscreenedfromview. (3)Buildingmaterials.Buildingsshallbedesignedwithnaturalmaterialsanddetailsthatareindigenous toColoradoandthatarenonreflective.Buildingmaterialswillblendandwillbenonreflectiveandwill include panel siding; wood or composite boards on battens or lapped on both the existing and proposed Athletic Building; and mesh guardrail screen fencing in natural earthen color with steel supports and optional extension. a.Authenticity.Materialsshouldbepredominantlyauthenticintheirappearance,withnatural texturesandweathering. b.Materials.Theindigenousmaterialsofthesurroundingmountainsshouldbeconveyedby integratingheavytimbers,naturalsidingmaterialsandrockintothebuildingdesign.The expandedbuildingwillbevisibleonlybyusersofthepoolarea.Appropriatematerialswillbe usedtoallowboththebuildingandpoolareatoblendintothesurroundingmountaincharacter. (4)Climate/solarorientation.Buildingsshouldbelocatedtomaximizetheirexposuretowintersun andnaturallight,andforprotectionfromwindandtemperatureextremes.Thesizing,heightand placementofwindowsshouldtakeadvantageofthesun'sseasonaltrackandtheintensityofsolar radiationthatisfoundinthearea.Thefacadeofthebuildingexpansionfacesnortheastandwill capturesomemorninglight.Thepoolareawillhavesolarexposureontheeast,southandwest sideswiththeexistinglodgebuilding(J5)providingprotectionfromnorthwesterlywinds. (5)Views.Buildingsshouldbeorientedtotakeadvantageofviewsandviewcorridors,andtoframe viewsandencloseopenspace,butshouldalsopreserveimportantsightlines,overlooksand landmarksasviewedfrompublicroadwaysandotherpublicspaces,andasviewedfromneighboring developments.BuildingsshallbelocatedtocomplywiththeprovisionsofSection16A450(f), RidgelineProtectionAreas.Theproposedbuildingexpansionwillbebuiltintotheslopeandwill notimpactanyridgeline.Thebuildingitselfdoesnothaveanyviewcorridorstotakeadvantage of,andwillnotimpactanyimportantsightlines.Thebuildingexpansionwillencloseopenspace withinthepool/spaarea. Tab9:ExistingConditionswithTopographyandLandscapePlan PleaseseetheSitePlan(existingconditions)providedbySoprisEngineering(SheetC2)andthe preliminaryLandscapePlanprovidedbyGalambosArchitects(SheetL1.0)fortheTimberline CondominiumAssociation'sMinorPUDAmendmentunderthisTab9.