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20200216 Alvaro Residence Application .•�. '`�}rT ` '��r;� CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS ;V -�'1 ' - _ k ',; DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION _ i . _ ��,,� City Hall-474 Broadway °•�' Saratoga 5prings, New York 12866 -:,�ti: `�� Tel:518-587-3550 x2515 fax: 518-580-9480 www.saratoga-sp ri ngs.org I NSTRUCTIONS ARCHITECTURAL/ HISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION I. E�IGIBI�ITY:An applicant to the Design Review Commission for Architectural Review or Historic Review must be the property owner(s) or lessee, or ha�e an option to lease or purchase the property in question. 2. CoMP�ETE SuBM15sIONs: Applicants are encouraged to work with City staff to ensure that an application is complete. The DRC will only consider properly completed applications that contain 1 oriqinal and 1 diqital version of the a�nlication and ALL other required materials as indicated on the application. HANDWRITTEN APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!! 3. ACTIONS REQUIRING REVIEW: Architectural Review District Historic Review District • any exterior changes that require a building permit • Installation or exterior change to a structure requiring a • any change in exterior building materials building or demolition permit • a new, or change to an existing, sign or sign structure • any material change to exterior of a structure including: • demolition of a structure - addition or removal of exterior architectural features - installation, removal or material changes to exterior Within a non-residential zoning district: building elements such as roof, siding,windows, doors, • a change in exterior building color porches, etc. • installation of an awning -enclosure or screening or buildings openings such as windows, doors, porches, etc. - installation of utility, mechanical or misc. accessory structures to the exterior of a building such as HVAC equipment, solar panels,wind turbines, radio/satellite transmission/reception devices, etc. ■Within a front yard setback: - installation, removal or material changes to drive-or walkways - installation or removal of architectural, sculptural or vegetative screening that exceeds 3' in height - installation of accessory utility structures or radio/satellite transmission/reception devices over 2' in diameter • a change in exterior building color within a non- residential zoning district • a new, or change to an existing, sign or awning • installation of telecommunications facilities Note—Ordinary maintenance or repair that does not involve a change in material, design or outer appearance is exempt from Historic or Architectural Review. Revised 03/2018 4. DESIGN GUIDELINES: The Design Review Commission will evaluate whether the proposed action (construction, alteration or demolition) is compatible with existing structures and surrounding properties using the following criteria: • Height—consistent with historic form and context of site and surrounding properties • Scale— relationship of structure and its architectural elements to human size, form, perception • Proportion— relationship among building elements including front fa�ade, windows, and doors • Rhythm — pattern resulting from repeating building elements such as door/window openings, columns, arches, and other fa�ade elements • Directional Expression—compatibility with horizontal &vertical expression of surrounding structures • Massing &Open Space— relationship of structure to open space between it and adjoining buildings • Setback—compatibility with surrounding structures • Compatibility of the following with surrounding structures/properties: - Major building elements (storefronts, doors, windows, roo� - Building materials - Color— (in non-residential zoning districts only) 5. DECISIONs:The Design Review Commission may approve, approve with conditions, or disapprove an application. The DRC may impose appropriate conditions and safeguards in connection with its approval including nature/quality of materials, manner of construction, and design. An applicant may appeal a denied DRC application on the grounds of hardship. Application approvals shall expire within I 8 months of approval unless the project has sufficiently commenced (i.e. building/demolition permits obtained and construction/alteration begun). Applicants may request up to 2 extensions if requested before expiration date of prior approval. 6. SuBMIssION DEA��INE: Check City's website (www.sarato a�-springs.org) for application deadlines and meeting dates. 7. APP�ICATION FEE: Make checks payable to the "Commissioner of Finance" and attach to top of original application. Fees are non-refundable. Residential Structures (principal, accessory) $50 Residential approval —extension $50 Residential - administrative action $50 Non-residential /mixed-use structures (principal) $360 Non-residential / mixed-use structures (sketch) $120 Non-residential signs, awnings, accessory structures $I 20 Non-residential approval —extension $I 20 Non-residential - administrative action $I 20 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: More detailed information on Architectural Review, Historic Review and the Design Review Commission responsibilities may be found in the City's Zoning Ordinance a�a.ilable in City Hall and on the City's web site at http_//www.sarato�a-s pri n�s.o r�/544/Zon i nq-Ord i n ance. Revised 3/�018 '`"rT ` '� CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS �FOR OFFICE USE� .•� .r., ;V -�'1 ' - _ k ',, DESIGN REVIEW COMMISSION - i . � (Application#) _ ���� . 't��} . City Hall-474 Broadway • SaratogaSprings, NewYork 12866 -:,�ti: `�� Tel:5I8-587-3550 x.5 I 5 fax: 5 I 8-580-9480 (Date received) www.saratoga-sp ri ng s.o rg ARCHITECTURAL/ HISTORIC REVIEW APPLICATION APPLICANT(S)� OWNER S �lfnotapplicant� ATTORNEY/AGENT Name Mike Alvaro SD Atelier Architecture, LLC Address 206 Nelson Avenue 511 Broadway, 2nd Floor Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Phone / � 518-587-3385� Email mike@blissstable.com sue@sdatelier.com Identify primary contact person: ❑ Applicant ❑ Owner 0 Attorney/Agent �An applicant must be the property owner, lessee, or one with an option to lease or purchase the property in question. Applicant's interest in premises: 0 Owner ❑ Lessee ❑ Under option to lease or purchase PROPERTY INFORMATION Property Address/Location: 206 Nelson Avenue Tax Parcel #: �66 61 _ 44 _ (for example: /65.52-4-37) Current Zoning District: U R-3 Property use: 8 Residential ❑ Non-residential/mixed-use Type of Review: ❑ Architectural 0 Historic ❑ Extension/modification (of current approval) Summary description of proposed action: Removal of a portion of the existing house (in the rear). Re-build a new addition on to the existing house to accommodate needs of the client and meet current zoning requirements. Maintain front portion of the house and renovate the interior. Modify windows on the original house to be more appropriate to the time period of the original house. Has a previous application been filed with the DRC for this property? ❑ No 8 Yes—date(s)? October 2019 -App. No.(s)? Revised 03/2a18 APPLICATION FEE (payable to "Commissioner of Finance"): Residential Structures (principal, accessory) $50 Non-residential/mixed-use structures (principal) $360 Residential approval—extension $50 Non-residential signs, awnings, accessory structures $120 Residential - administrative action $50 Non-residential approval—extension $I 20 Non-residential m�ed-use sketch $120 Non-residential -administrative action 120 ��A "complete" application consists of 1 hard copy(original) ,and I electronic co�yof aQplication &ALL other materials as required below: New Construction /Additions 8 Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and adjacent properties 8 Site plan, drawn to scale, showing existing&proposed construction, property lines&dimensions, required&proposed setbacks&lot coverage, site features(fences,walks,trees, etc.);on no larger than 2'x3' sheet—smaller preferred if legible 8 Elevation drawings showing design of all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions,colors, materials, lighting(fixture &lamp type,wattage),etc.-include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible 8 Floor plans for proposed structure;on sheet no larger than 2'x3'—smaller permitted if legible 8 Product literature,specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Change in exterior building materials (windows, doors, roof, siding, etc.), or color(in non-residential districts only) ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures and that illustrate affected features ❑ Elevation drawings showing all sides of existing&proposed construction—label dimensions, colors, materials, lighting(fixture&lamp type,wattage), etc.-include compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller permitted if legible ❑ Product literature, specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Wltlllll ff"011t yafYl S2tI�aGICS Ill HIStOf IC DIStf"ICtS OIIIX (Front setbacks:UR-I &INST-HTR=30';UR-4=25';UR-2,UR-3&NCUD-I=10') - Installation, removal or change in material of drive-and walkways - Installation or removal of architectural, sculptural or vegetative screening over 3' in height - Installation of accessory utility structures or radio/satellite transmission/reception devices (more than 2' diameter) For any of above: ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing&proposed construction: include property lines&dimensions, required&proposed setbacks&lot coverage, site features(fences,walks,trees, etc.) street names,compass bearing&scale; no larger than 2'x3'sheet—smaller preferred if legible ❑ Product literature, specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Si��na�e/Awnin�s ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and adjacent properties ❑ Plan showing location of proposed sign/awning structure on building/premises: no larger than I I"xl 7" ❑ Scaled illustration of proposed sign/awning structure and lettering(front view&profile): include all dimensions of structure;type, dimensions and style of lettering or logo;description of colors, materials, mounting method and hardware ❑ Descriptions, specifications of proposed lighting including fixture&lamp type,wattage, mounting method,and location ❑ Product literature, specifications and samples of proposed materials and colors Demolition ❑ Color photographs showing site/exterior details of existing structures,and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing and any proposed structures- include dimensions, setbacks, street names,compass bearing,and scale ❑ Written description of reasons for demolition and, in addition: ❑ For structures of"architectural/historical significance", demonstrate"good cause"why structure cannot be preserved ❑ For structures in an architectural district that might be eligible for listing on National Register of Historic Places, or for a "contributing"structure in a National Register district(contact City staf fl, provide plans for site development following demolition- include a timetable and letter of credit for project completion Telecommunication facilities ❑ Color photographs showing site/existing structures, and of adjacent properties ❑ Site plan showing existing and proposed structures: include dimensions, setbacks, street names, compass bearing,and scale ❑ Scaled illustration of proposed structures: include all dimensions; colors, materials, lighting, mounting details ❑ Consult Article 240-I 2.22 of the Ciry's Zoning Ordinance and Ciry staff to ensure compliance with requirements for visual impact assessment and existing and proposed vegetative screening Revised 03/2018 Request for extension of current a�proval ❑ Identify date of original DRC approval: Current expiration date: Org.App. No. ❑ Describe why this extension is necessary and whether any significant changes have occurred either on the site or in the neighborhood. SEQR Environmental Assessment Form ❑ Applicants proposing the following must complete"Part I"of the SEQR Short Environmental Assessment Form (available here: http://www.dec.n�gov/docs/permits ei operations�df/seafpartone.pdf�: -Construction or expansion of a multi-family residential structure(4 units +) -Construction or expansion (exceeding 4,000 sq.ft.gross floor area)of a principal or accessory non-residential structure -Telecommunications faciliry, radio antennae, satellite dishes - Demolition Disclosure Does any Ciry officer, employee or family member thereof have a financial interest (as defined by General Municipal Law Section 809) in this application? 8 No ❑Yes- If yes, a statement disclosing the name, residence, nature, and extent of this interest must be filed with this application. Certification I/we, the properry owner(s), or purchaser(s)/lessee(s) under contract, of the land in question, hereby request an appearance before the Design Review Commission. By the signature(s) attached hereto, I/we certify that the information provided within this application and accompanying documentation is, to the best of my/our I<nowledge, true and accurate. I/we further understand that intentionally providing false or misleading information is grounds for immediate denial of this application. I/we hereby authorize the members of the Design Review Commission and designated City staff to enter the property associated with this application for purposes of conducting any necessary site inspections relating to this application. Furthermore, I/we agree to meet all requirements under Article VII for Historic Review or Article VIII for Architectural Review of the Zoning Code of the City of Saratoga Springs. Date: (applicant signature) Date: (applicant signature) If applicant is not the currently the owner of the property, the current owner must also sign. Owner Signature: Date: Owner Signature: Date: Revised 03/2a18 FOR OFFICE USE ONL This application has been reviewed by the Zoning Enforcement Officer and is being forwarded to the Commission. Signature: Date: Additional Comments: Revised 03/2018 Proiect Narrative and Summary of DRC Process to date ;,� _ . . ,,�� .� „ L �% -�Y,: �,�,. . . .���1� ~. �r���� _ r � �. r � � . ,r� , �� . • �� ...� .,, M.� u • � � ,..,A .,: "n�Vl� '4' w;Y,' '� � � � .u. � — � �ru ' � . �i � ..� � � �.. . � � g�� ' a , + ��" "'r �! _ � a.�� °P' �' l� "v�� � i r '� K',�.� � � �� ���tis� �a,.,. � �',�,'. �i .,+� �.4 . � r ' -`. �r�„��..�'�+: .#t a� �.� �s�,,,y�� 'S. / - �� "�� ,.��� .� �, *r,,,�,�y� ; � �.. w�� .� ,��„ �'u �. ��"� �^_ '"�, ��y�r ,� • �,��� � ' '"r�r � , ` � - , � ���ra`'��«1�„"�� � . � , , � dud . , y . . s'� "'�F � N r . . .. . 4./ \ I� ;,,� . + �r .'y} i ''M;�„,'"`",ipM4, �,� �. �., n. � . .� ��..�i� '"� " •- ...'►. ���`I„�'� . .�. -`-n+�m".��,,., � `;, � .. . '�"" ���P . .�.�,`` '� � t"'-���.:.. .� ..� . .._ .�..•..��JP�'��•,..3- w" ^, .,""��N.� , . Proiect Narrative: The house at 206 Nelson Avenue is modest in size (footprint of 1,420 sf) and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing building to the East Side district(along with 385 other properties. Reference#82001267.) There are no photos or supporting documentation for 206 Nelson Avenue.We have reached out to the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation,the Library and SHPO for additional documentation and original photos, however the only information is the house is indicated on a Sanborn Map dating back to 1900. In consideration of this, we are proposing to retain the front portion of the residence. (as indicated above.) and remove the rear portion.The rear portion has undergone interior renovations and modifications over time and does not have any original architectural features that are significant. The stone foundation is located under the front portion of the home.The rear portion has a concrete masonry unit foundation and crawl space. ,�� � - �` �'� k ` x� � . "�"': .;yl• � �� --�x"o-^ r8� � ���— i� ���- � _ .�-�... - �- �.c� �� µ��� f� �� -� "'-'�..� ����'-, �� r �� �w,� � . *� � `�.r � .�, � _ u, �_. �� ���� Rear Portion to be removed. The exterior of the house is clad in vinyl with vinyl window replacement windows. In addition,the power lines are extending over the lot and currently sagging below required standards. Currently,the house is 8"from the north property line,thus it is not compliant with current Zoning setbacks nor does it comply with distance requirements for the Building Code. � �� �- ,�f� � -_ ���� �- _- -�� ,��'� ,��� -_ � ' f�J�=�-`� -_-__ � �� ; � =� - �,� :�: _. -�-- „� � --�`�- i P � _ -__ _ - _��� � �, �, _J ,�� ? ' �. 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' innovation, the result is a beautiful window that's built to last`. � � � ��� Andersen°Woodwright° double-hung windows with , � ;' � . �_, � � � �� p'%��� � � Easy Tilt-Release locks combine old-world character with �'�g ,.�, - � � � � �,� � �;4 modern technology, giving you the look you love with the �,�� ' "' � ���A��`, features you need. For added style, we offer historically �`�,�;:�� "� � ;_. " .� ��M'' accurate grille patterns, hardware and glass options. � ;t _,�_ w._..__ "�� DURABLE �f, . , '�lA � ;� {� "�'�d`.�;° • Virtually maintenance-free � ,,,� "` _ • Perma-Shield°exteriors never need painting and won't peel, blister, flake F ,4�``. � � or corrode° � � �`� ,_ • Frame exterior is protected by a tough vinyl cover that resists dents, ��� __,4,� ---�„ repels water and provides long-lasting° protection ENERGY EFFICIENT � • Weather-resistant construction for greater �° ;, comfort and energy efficiency ll • Variety of Low-E4°glass options are available to help control heating and cooling costs in any climate i • Many 400 Series Woodwright°double-hung windows have options that + make them ENERGY STAR°v. 6.0 certified throughout the U.S. Iw !� ; `i BEAUTIFUL � I • Seven exterior color options � • Natural pine, maple, oak or a low-maintenance white interior �` • Extensive hardware selection ��I • Add style with grilles, exterior trim or patterned glass 'i EXTERIOR COLORS White Canvas Sandtone Terratone Forest Green Dark Bronze Black t . �.,.��^—^--`_.,—„� b �,_.—.-' ��" __ ti ."„—.,.—.y�" .�' ,, *Visit andersenwindows.com/warranty for details. "ENERGY STAR"is a registered trademark ofthe U.S Environmental Protection Agency. CUSTOM SIZES � 11 ' • • I ' ° I • : I • GLASS OPTIONS INTERIOR OPTIONS • Low-E4°glass • Low-E4 HeatLock�glass °�g,,Pr�� � I • Low-E4 SmartSunT"glass • Low-E4 SmartSun HeatLock glass Mapie oak P�r,e wn�te • �OW-E4 SUfI g�BSS Naturally occurring varlatlons In grain,color and te�ure of wood make each window one-of-a-kind. Additional glass options are available. Contact your All wood interiors are unfinished unless prefinished White is specified. Andersen dealer for details. HARDWARE PATTERNED GLASS Ideal for letting light into the home while obscuring k vision. Available in four attractive patterns. `� w � � Antique Brass I Black '" ' � Bright Brass I Brushed Chrome Distressed Bronze I Distressed Nickel Gold Dust I Oil Rubbed Bronze Obscure Cascade Reed Fern Polished Chrome I Satin Nickel Stone I White EXTERIOR TRIM HARDWARE FINISHES Available in 11 colors to � complement your exterior. � ' �;. i� pg°:�.: _ �°� r�,"�,; � _`:�'r�".�d'"� Antique Brass Black Bright Brass Brushed Distressed Dlstressed Chrome Bronze Nlckel GRILLES �� Choose from dozens of popular � � � designs or work with Andersen �oid�ust o�i Rubbed Poi�sned sat�r,N��kei stone wn�te to create custom patterns. eronze cnrome Distressed bronze and oll rubbed bronze are"living"finishes that will change with time and use. ADDITIONAL FEATURES SHAPE OPTIONS • New Easy Tlt-Release Lock system � ,,a=a �,.- � In addition to standard rectangles, Woodwright°windows are available in that works by simply pushing your `' elegant arched designs. thumb forward. The window tilts "�+� inward to make deaning your � window from the inside easy. � � ❑ � � ❑ �❑ ��� • Natural wood sash interior with chamfer detailing and matching wood jamb liners for an authentic look. • Sash joints simulate the look of traditional mortise-and- tenon construction inside and out. • Available with Stormwatch° protection for coastal areas. WINDOWS•DOORS Printing Ilmltatlonp prevent exact color and flnlsh dupllcatlon.See your Andersen dealer for �����C��� � � actual flnlsh sam les. � "Andersen"and all other marks where denoted are trademarks of Andersen Corporation. ozon ande�5e�co�Po�at�o� an��ght5�e5e��ed ss_oz�o3in For more i nformation, visit andersenwindows.com/400series For help finding an Andersen product or dealer near you , please call us at 877.577.7655 or visit andersenwindows.com .