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Item 4A - Call-up 3485 Standord Court Applicant PresentationProviding Homes Creating Community Changing Lives Mount Calvary Senior Housing 3485 Stanford Court Providing Homes Creating Community Changing Lives A Partner in creating Boulder’s Future 37 Communities 1,500 Individual Homes 1,900 Households served SENIOR HOUSING ECONOMIC RESILIENCY NEIGHBORHOOD DIVERSITY CREATING OPPORTUNITY TRANSPORTATION SUSTAINABILITY BHP’s Mission To provide quality, affordable homes and foster thriving Boulder communities. Providing Homes Creating Community Changing Lives Serving Boulder’s Seniors Mount Calvary Senior Housing •Affordability and stability •Resident Services at all senior communities •EcoPasses for residents •Community amenities •Gardens •Community events •Activities Providing Homes Creating Community Changing Lives Concept Plan to Site Review •Refined parking •Building designed to reflect existing surroundings & sanctuary •Public access formalized •Maintained ‘wild’ hillside •Preserving the sanctuary •Increased pedestrian permeability 1 maintain fire access to west reduced parking quantities parking area for daycare reconfigured turnaround 2 repositioned community gardens preservation of existing trees additional landscape buffering along south access drive 3 repositioned vehicular drop off and primary building entry reduced scale of city lights terrace softened edge of terrace at hillside 4 north elevation: city lights terrace and grand stair 5 the entry roof extends up above the third story to screen mechanical elements and connect the ground to the sky a sloped roof references the roof on the adjacent sanctuary and brings the apartment building down to a scale similar to the historic structure 6 sloped roof elements above third story bedrooms screen mechanical units on flat roof and break horizontal line of the primary roof a portion of the sunset terrace eliminated to create a large sloped roof element at the west end 7 large roof elements at the east and west ends bracket the building and bring the mass down to a single story at the entry court and the edge of the hillside 8 large roof slopes down to space between apartment structure and sanctuary - recalling the folded roof of the church 9 rain gardens incorporated into grand stair and natural landscape most of the sloped roof elements do not significantly change perceived height when near the building 10 north elevation and grand stairnorth elevation: city lights terrace and grand stair 11 entry court: resident arrival and neighborhood passage 12covered vehicular drop off 13 stair tower and roof top pergola sunrise terrace stair tower marks the entrance to the building (day and night) approach on Stanford Court south elevation and access drive deep roof eaves, sunshades and pergola for solar protection city lights terrace and grand stair roof elements become visible when farther from the building. they fragment the edge of the building against the sky colors of the base of the building are derived from the winter landscape mt. calvary senior housing