Architectural Review Board


September 1st, 2016

 

Call to Order / Roll Call

Oral Communications

Agenda Changes, Additions, and Deletions

Approval of Minutes:

June 16, 2016 and August 4, 2016

City Official Reports

1. Meeting Schedule & Assignments

2. List of Staff Approved (Minor) Architectural Reviews

 

 

Action Items

3. 450 Bryant Street [16PLN-92]: Request by Lisa Hendrickson on behalf of Avenidas, for Major Architectural Review of the proposed interior renovation of an existing historic building at 450 Bryant Street, the demolition of an existing 2,592 square foot addition and replacement with a new 10,721 square foot addition, and site improvements on City-owned property in the Public Facilities (PF) zoning district. The net increase in floor area at the property is 8,129 square feet. The project includes a request for a conditional use permit for the expansion of use. Environmental Review: An Initial Study/Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration has been prepared. For more information contact the planner, Amy French at amy.french@cityofpaloalto.org

 

 

4. 203 Forest [14PLN-00472]: Request by 203 Forest Avenue LLC for Architectural Review of a 4,996 sf addition to add a three-bedroom residential unit above an existing 4,626 sf commercial building. Project includes two required parking spaces for the new unit and special sidewalk base treatment to enhance landmark cork oak on Emerson frontage. Environmental Review: Categorically Exempt per CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 (Existing Facilities). Zoning District: Downtown Commercial District – Community with Pedestrian shopping Ground Floor combining district overlays (CD-C (GF)(P)). For more information contact the planner, Adam Petersen at APetersen@m-group.us

 

 

Study Session

5. 429 University Avenue [14PLN-00222] To consider an appeal of the Director of Planning and Community Environment’s Architectural Review approval of a 31,407 square-foot, four story, mixed use building with parking facilities on two subterranean levels on an 11,000 square-foot site. Environmental Assessment: Mitigated Negative Declaration. Zoning District: Downtown Commercial (CD-C (GF)(P)) District. For more information contact the planner, Adam Petersen at APetersen@m-group.us

Adjournment

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