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5C - Landmark Alteration Certificate for 454 Highland Ave. (HIS2009-00229) MEMORANDUM December 2n1, 2009 TO: Landmarks Board FROM: Susan Richstone, Comprehensive Planning Manager James Hewat, Historic Preservation Planner Chris Meschuk, Historic Preservation Planner SUBJECT: Public hearing and consideration of a Landmark Alteration Certificate for the removal of an existing shed and the construction of a one-car, 374 sq. ft. garage at 454 Highland Avenue in the Mapleton Hill Historic District per Section 9-11-18 of the Boulder Revised Code (HIS2009-00229). STATISTICS: 1. Site: 454 Highland Avenue 2. Zoning: RL-1 (Residential Low -1) 3. Owner: Craig Willert 4. Applicant: John Geier 5. Lot Size: 7003 sq. ft. 6. Existing Buildings: House Approx. 3300 sq. ft., shed 180 sq. ft. 7. Proposed Building. 374 sq. ft. 8. Proposed Height: 18' STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Landmarks Board adopt the following motion: Motion to approve a landmark alteration certificate to remove the existing non-historic shed constructed in 2007 and construct a one-car, 374 sq. ft. garage at 454 Highland Avenue in the Mapleton Hill Historic District in that the proposed construction meets the requirements in Section 9-11-18, B.R.C. 1981, subject to the conditions below, and adopts this memorandum dated 12.2.09 as findings of the board. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL 1. The applicant shall be responsible for ensuring that the development shall be constructed in compliance with all approved plans on file in the City of Boulder Planning Department, except as modified by these conditions of approval. Agenda Item #5C Page #1 2. Prior to a building permit application, the applicant shall submit, subject to the final review and approval of the Landmarks design review committee, paving material in front of the garage more in keeping with the design guidelines, details regarding roof, windows, doors and siding materials. The applicant shall demonstrate that the design details are in compliance with the intent of this approval and the General Design Guidelines. This recommendation is based upon staff's opinion that with the conditions listed above, the proposed construction will be generally consistent with the conditions as specified in Section 9-11-18(a)&(b)(1-4) B.R.C., the Mapleton Hill Historic District Design Guidelines and the General Design Guidelines. SUMMARY: ■ The construction of a single-family house with a footprint of approximately 1800 sq. ft. was approved by the Board in November of 2004. Detailed drawings were reviewed and approved by the Landmarks design review committee in February of 2005 as specified in the Board's 2004 approval and the existing building constructed soon after. In 2007, the existing shed at the south end of the property was reviewed and approved by the Landmarks design review committee. Because the proposal calls for the removal of a shed and the construction of a free-standing building of more than 340 sq. ft. in size, review by the Board in a public hearing is required, per the historic preservation ordinance. Staff recommends that, provided the stated conditions are met, the Landmarks Board approve the request to remove the existing non-historic shed constructed in 2007 and construct a new one-car, 374 sq. ft. garage in that the proposal meets the standards of 9-11-18(a)&(b)(1-4). PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The corner lot at 454 Highland Avenue is fairly typical in size and character at just over 7000 square feet in size. Jn 2006, the existing neo-tradition one and one-half story 3,300 square foot house was completed and in 2007 a 180 square foot shed at the south west end of the property was constructed. ~/1~---_ _ r , ! r f Pii t IF~j~Cry' c h~f f i;iJ1 li Irn a - I I I 1 Figure 1. Design for 454 Highland Avenue, constructed 2006 ~'I s l AIN iP'7l; r``ay iii, Pair IM; Figure 2. Southeast corner of property showing shed proposed for removal REQUEST: The applicant is now requesting to move the 2007,180 sq. ft. shed off of the property and in its place to construct a 374 sq. ft., one-car garage. h - - r•... 'c i I yr GPr V, l ..vim, Figure 3. Proposed site plan showing location of proposed new garage In plan, the proposed new L-shaped garage is shown to be located where the shed now sits. The distance from the north wall of the proposed garage to the south (rear) wall of the main house is 24' and the distance from the south edge of the rear porch to the north wall of the garage is just under 14'. The east wall of the proposed garage is shown. to be 24' from the east property line. 7~d_" _-i- - 9hi J L cF.1 .r..✓/= I 111 lr0(2-TY~ I~l .JET I CJ rl - Figure 4. Proposed south & north elevations Elevations show the garage to be a simple design with a cross gable roof and pitch similar to that on the main house. An overhead door is shown on the south (alley) face of the building and French doors with three over one, double-hung windows and a casement window on the north (garden) elevation. - 1, - - - Figure 5. Proposed east & west elevations The east (5th Street) elevation of the proposed garage is shown to feature windows similar to those on the north face while the west elevation is shown to have no fenestration. CRITERIA FOR THE BOARD'S DECISION: Subsection 10-13-18(b), B.R.C. 1981, sets forth the standards the Landmarks Board must apply when reviewing a request for a Landmark Alteration Certificate. (b) Neither the landmarks board nor the city council shall approve a landmark alteration certificate unless it meets the following conditions: (1) The proposed work preserves, enhances, or restores and does not damage or destroy the exterior architectural features of the landmark, (2) The proposed work does not adversely affect the special character or special historic, architectural, or aesthetic interest or value of the landmark; (3) The architectural style, arrangement, texture, color, arrangement of color, and materials used on existing and proposed structures are compatible with the character of the existing landmark and its site, (4) With respect to a proposal to demolish a building in an historic district, the proposed new construction to replace the building meets the requirements of paragraphs (b)(2) and (3) above. (5) In determining whether to approve a landmark alteration certificate, the landmarks board shall consider the economic feasibility of alternatives, incorporation of energy-efficient design, and enhanced access for the disabled. ANALYSIS: 1. Does the proposed application preserve, enhance, or restore, and not damage or destroy significant exterior architectural features of the landmark or the subject property within an historic district? Staff finds the proposed removal of the existing building is appropriate given its date of construction and that it does not contribute to the historic district. The proposed new construction is generally consistent with the General Design Guidelines (see Design Guidelines Analysis section) and, provided the conditions listed are met, will not compromise the character of the Mapleton Hill Historic District. 2. Does the proposed application adversely affect the special character or special historic, architectural, or aesthetic interest or value of the landmark? Staff considers that the removal of the 2007 garage and proposed new construction will not adversely affect the special character of the property or the district as a whole as the garage proposed for removal is non-contributing and, therefore, not significant to the property's special historic, architectural, or aesthetic interest or value. Staff also considers that, provided the listed conditions are met, the proposed new construction will be generally compatible with the General Design Guidelines. 3. Is the architectural style, arrangement, texture, color, arrangement of color, and materials used on existing and proposed structures compatible with the character of the historic district? Provided the listed conditions are met, the staff considers the proposed new construction will be generally compatible with the architectural style, arrangement, texture, color, arrangement of color, and materials on the main house and the historic district as a whole. 4. The Landmarks Board is required to consider the economic feasibility of alternatives, incorporation of energy-efficient design, and enhanced access for the disabled in determining whether to approve a Landmark Alteration Certificate. No information has been provided to suggest that energy-efficient design or accessibility have been considered beyond that required by the city's building code. 5. With respect to a proposal to demolish a building in an historic district, the proposed new construction to replace the building meets the requirements of paragraphs (b)(2) and (3) above. See (2) and (3) above. r Design Guidelines Design guidelines are intended to be used only as an aid to appropriate design and are not intended as a checklist of items for compliance. The Historic Preservation Ordinance sets forth the standards the Landmarks Board must apply when reviewing a request for a Landmark Alteration Certificate. The Board has adopted the General Design Guidelines to help interpret the historic preservation ordinance. The following is an analysis of the proposed new construction with respect to relevant guidelines. Design guidelines are intended to be used only as an aid to appropriate design and are not intended as a checklist of items for compliance. GENERAL DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR GARAGES & OTHER ACCESSORY BUILDINGS. 2.3 Parking & Driveways I Maintain the traditional parking at the rear of Rear parking is maintained by the Yes the lot. proposal. 2 Access to parking should be from the alleys Access to parking is from the alley. Yes whenever possible. 6 Historically appropriate paving materials, Concrete apron proposed in front of No such as flagstone or brick, can be used to doors. Concrete area should be reduced visually break tip large parking areas. - consider wheel strips or "grass crete". This detail can be worked out at Ldre. 7 Paving driveways or garage access areas with Concrete apron proposed in front of No asphalt or concrete give modern look and is doors. Concrete area should be reduced generally inappropriate, particularly when - consider wheel strips or "grass crete". adjacent to unpaved alleys. Flagstone or brick This detail can be worked out at Ldre. wheel strips are the referred alternative. 7.1 Existing Historic Accessory Structures .1 Retaitr and preserve garages and accessory The existing building is non- Yes buildings that contribute to the overall contributing to the district having been historic character of the individual building constructed in 2007 - removal is site or the district. therefore appropriate based upon plans for new building. 7.2 New Accessory Buildings New accessory buildings should follozo the character and pattern of historic accessory structures. While they should take design cues from the primary structures, they must be subordinate in size, massing, and detailing. Alley buildings should maintain a scale that is pleasant to walk aloe and cons ortable or edestrians. l It is inappropriate to introduce a new The form and detailing of the proposed Yes garage or accessory building if doing so building will not detract from historic will detract from the overall historic character of the main house. Design takes character of the principal building, and cues from the main house and historic the site, or if it will require removal of a buildings in the district. significant historic building element or site feature, such as a mature tree. 2 New garages and accessory buildings Located at rear of property physical Yes should generally be located at the rear of relationship typical of properties within the the lot, respecting the traditional Mapleton Hill Historic District. relationship of such buildings to the riman structure and the site. 3 Maintain adequate spacing between Spacing between garage to the west appears Yes accessory buildings so alleys do not consistent with traditional spacing between evolve into tunnel-like passageways. accessory buildings in the district and will not result in tunnel-like passageway. 4 Preseroe a backyard area between the New garage does not significantly reduce Maybe house and the accessory buildings, garden space. FAR currently .50 - with net maintaining the general proportion of garage square footage increase of 194 sq. ft. built mass to open space found within the FAR increases to .52. Average for the 400 area. and 500 blocks of Highland Avenue is calculated .38 with range from .25 to 60. 7.2 Mass and Scale New accessory structures should take Design takes cues from the main house and 5 design cues from the primary structure historic buildings in the district. Yes on the site, but be subordinate to it in terms of size and massing. 6 New garages for single-family residences Garage is one-story and shown to Maybe should generally be one story tall and accommodate one-car and space for storage. shelter no more than two cars. In some cases, a two-car garage may be ina ro riate. 7 Roof forin and pitch should be Roof form compl'unentary to the main Yes complimentary to the primary structure. house. 7.2 Materials and Detailing 8 Accessory structures should be simpler in As shown, garage is simpler than main Yes design and detail than the primary house in design, material, and detailing. building, 9 Materials for new garages and accessory Limited detail provided regarding Maybe structures should be compatible with materiality of proposed doors, windows, those found on the primary structure siding and roof. Should be reviewed and and in the district. Vinyl siding and approved by the Ldre. prefabricated structures are inappropriate. Windows, like all elements of accessory Design of windows is simple 3/1 double- 10 structures, should be simpler in detailing hung and four light casement, similar to Yes and smaller in scale than similar main house. elements on rimy structures. If consistent with the architectural style None 11 and appropriately sized and located, NIA dormers may be an appropriate way to increase storage space in garages 12 Garage doors should be consistent with More detail regarding design of garage Maybe the historic scale and materials of doors required - can be reviewed and traditional accessory structures. Wood is approved by Ldre. the most appropriate material and two smaller doors may be more appropriate than one large door. .13 It is inappropriate to introduce features Building is simple and of its time. Yes or details to a garage or an accessory building in an attempt to create a false historical appearance. 14 Carports are inappropriate in districts Not applicable N/A where their farm has no historic precedent. In terms of location., mass, scale, and design the proposed new garage is generally consistent with the General Design Guidelines. However, detail regarding exterior finishes and colors, including siding, roofing, and doors was not submitted in the application. There is inconsistency in the proposal in terms of the amount of built mass to open space resulting in less yard space than is normal for the 400 and 500 blocks of Highland Avenue. The FAR is currently.50 and with removal of shed and new construction and net garage square footage increase of. 194 sq. ft., the FAR increases to .52. The calculated average for the 400 and 500 blocks of Highland Avenue is calculated .38 with range from.25 to 60. Four properties in this area have FARs of more than .52, with 16 properties with FARs of below.50. While this is the case, at 194 sq. ft. of new construction (when the existing shed is taken into account), the net increase represents just over one-half of one percent of the 3,480 sq. ft. currently on the property. Given this relatively small increase in built area on the property, the fact that the property is non-contributing, the sensitivity given to the design of the garage, and the modest nature of the request for a one-car garage, staff considers the proposal appropriate provided details regarding paving, siding, roof material, and garage door details are reviewed and approved by the Landmarks design review committee. FINDINGS: Staff recommends that the Board adopt the following findings: The request for demolition of the existing garage and construction of a new garage is compatible with the Historic Preservation Ordinance, in that: 1. The proposed work (including the removal of the 2007 shed) will not damage or destroy the exterior architecture of the property or adversely affect the Mapleton Hill Historic District as a whole. 2. Provided the stated conditions are met, the mass, scale, height, architectural style, arrangement, texture, color, arrangement of color, and materials used for the proposed new construction will be compatible with the character of the landmark. 3. Provided the stated conditions are met, the request will be generally consistent with the historic preservation ordinance and the Mapleton Hill Historic District Design Guidelines & the General Design Guidelines. i ATTACHMENTS: A: Historic Inventory form for 454 Highland Avenue B: Application and Plans C: Photographs Attachment A 7j 'per 2_GU ~ ~ I 5~ VI 1 ~ f I~ I..7- E YI ON W _ I C .2 ~ S I 1 II{~.71{'!{T'I~I IrrL rLj Faao- Puri C, ~ 1 1L ~~Y~ ~ i } f.. Y/eply~~}{~k y'I`Li~~"2 go, .r'c - ~f i r _~f! 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I~i.ZY..•~,-(~ _ ~ _ pobllc- pe-co~ V42'O~ 3TEM Bonnell, Juliet 5c- From: Hewat, James Sent: Wednesday, November 25, 2009 12:31 I'M To: Ipab Subject: FW: Landmark Board Re:454 Highland See below. -----Original Message----- From: JOHN COOPER Sent: Wednesday, November 25, 2009 11:50 AM To: Hewat, James Cc: Subject: Landmark Board Re:454 Highland Hello James, I walk by 454 Highland almost everyday. I have no problems with seeing a 374 square feet garage in place of the present shed. I trust the Landmarks Board will approve the request Thank you John Cooper 1 Bonnell, Juliet From: Hewat, James Sent: Monday, November 30, 2009 8:31 AM To: Ipab Subject: FW: garage at 5th and Highland See message below regarding 454 Highland Avenue item on the December 2nd agenda. -----Original Message----- From: Brant Liebmann Sent: Friday, November 27, 2009 3:40 PM To: Hewat, James Cc: Subject: garage at 5th and Highland Hi James, I live up the block from Craig Willert, at 428 Highland. I have no problem with him building a garage. It seems to be uncharacteristically modest by today's standards. The footprint is hardly larger than the existing shed. In my opinion it would be totally unfair to deny that permit after allowing a double garage that did not replace, but was placed next to, the old garage at 436 Highland. (That monstrosity is not a problem for me either.) regards, Brant Liebmann i Bonnell, Juliet From: Hewat, James Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 9:10 AM To: Ipab Subject: FW: Willert/Zompa Landmark Alteration Certificate See below. -----Original Message----- From: Thomas Flaherty Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 9:09 AM To: Hewat, )-c Cc: Subject: Willert/Lompa Landmark Alteration Certificate James, I wanted to drop you a note to commit our support for the new garage design. Please approve the Landmarks Alteration Certificate for the Willert/Zompa garage. All the best, Tom Flaherty Bonnell, Juliet From: Hewat, James Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 4:00 PM To: Ipab Subject: FW: Garage See letter of support for 454 Highland Avenue proposal. From: Warren Rovetch Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2009 3:16 PM To: Hewat, James Cc- Subject: Garage Dear Mr. Hewett, I live at 570 Highland and'may well have lived on Highland longer than anyone else on the street. I feel very protective about our small neighborhood. I want top make very clear that I strongly support the Wllert/Zompa alteration request for 454 Highland. Regards Warren Rovetch i IZ1z~U~ L~ Bonnell, Juliet TM SCE From: Hewat, James Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2009 2:31 PM To: Ipab Subject: FW: Willert Garage at 5th and Highland See attached From: Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2009 12:59 PM To: Hewat, James Cc: Willert, Craig Subject: Willert Garage at 5th and Highland James, Craig asked me to write and provide you with my feedback on their proposed garage. During our conversation, I mentioned my preference for building the structure on the east side of their lot to provide them with: 1) access to 5th rather than the muddy alley 2) gain additional privacy from 5th for their back yard, while also keeping the feel of our combined back yards rather open. Both Craig and Kristen also preferred this idea, as well. Seems to me that there are other such garages that do not always access the alley in the neighborhood, but instead the side streets. As for the structure itself, I have no issues with the design. One request would be related to building the structure with reasonable height constraints, as we were VERY unhappy with the garage that Steve Ruddock was allowed to build immediately to the west of our property. In my opinion, the height of his garage has given us a very closed in feeling, and given that another structure is now being proposed on the opposite side of our property line, we are concerned about the resulting feel of being boxed in. Perhaps a bit hippocritical with our request given the size of our garage, however, it does have a very low roofline that does not prevent us or our our neighbors from having views to the west. Thanks for your consideration to these ideas. Sincerely, Jim Zoller i