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Staff Review CITY Or COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas A&M University' MEMORANDUM DATE: October 23, 2014 TO: Constantin Barbu, via; cpbarbu©qmail.com FROM: Mark Bombek, Staff Planner SUBJECT: VICTORIA CENTER (NRA) Staff reviewed the above-mentioned site plan as requested. The following page is a list of staff review comments detailing items that need to be addressed. Please address the comments and submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) revised set of elevation drawings (if applicable) Color Samples Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised elevations, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments pc: Case file #14-00900242 Quach Nhu Kim, via USPS; 600 Graham Rd, College Station, TX, 77845 P&DS Project No. 14-00900242 Planning 6 Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570•FAX. 979.764.3496 STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Victoria Center (NRA) — NRA Review 14-00900242 PLANNING 1. Please provide a table that identifies building materials and each materials percent of coverage on each façade. 2. Please provide color samples used for the building. Colors will be checked with our approved color list. If the color is Sherwin Williams just provide the name and paint id number. If it is a brand other than Sherwin Williams please provide either a physical swatch or the Sherwin Williams equivalent. 3. As required by the Unified Development Ordinance Section 7.10 Non-Residential Architecture Standards, for buildings three (3) stories or less, the horizontal line of a flat roof (or parapet) along any façade facing a public right-of-way shall vary by a minimum of two (2) feet up or down so that no more than sixty-six (66) percent of the roofline is on the same elevation. Please revise your elevations to meet this requirement. 4. Under the standards required for buildings under 20,000 square feet the following standards need to apply to all facades facing or visible from right-of-way. a. Minimum 10% of each façade visible or facing a public right-of-way must be surfaced with brick, stone, marble, granite, tile, or specified concrete product. b. No more than 75% of each façade visible or facing a public right-of-way can be covered with stucco, EIFS, or specified concrete product. The front and side elevation of the proposed extension must meet these requirements. Please revise elevations to meet this requirement. 5. Please be aware that if any changes are made to the existing building and the changes equate to ten (10) percent or more for each façade, the existing building will be required to conform to the current Non-Residential Architecture Standards. Please identify what changes will be made and revise elevation plans as needed. 6. Please be aware that all roof and ground-mounted mechanical equipment shall be screened from view or isolated so as not to be visible from any public right-of-way or residential district within 150' of the subject lot, measured from a point five feet above grade. Such screening shall be coordinated with the building architecture and scale to maintain a unified appearance. 7. From the elevation plans it appears that the lighting proposed for the front of the building are wall packs. Please be aware that wall packs or any light source projecting light out horizontally is not allowed and will need to be revised using the current lighting standards. 8. Please be aware that painted steel is not an approved material for building facades visible from the right-of-way. It appears that the rear of the building is visible from Victoria Ave. This façade will need to be brought to the same standards as other facades visible from right-of- way. Please change accordingly. Reviewed by: Mark Bombek Date: 10-02-14 0 0 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Home of Texas ASM University MEMORANDUM DATE: October 3, 2014 TO: Constantin Barbu, via; cpbarbu(c gmail.com FROM: Mark Bombek, Staff Planner SUBJECT: Victoria Center (NRA) NRA Review t of Staff reviewed the above-mentioned lan as requested. The to be addressed. Please llowing address address the come is a ments t and rreview comments detailing items that need submit the following information for further staff review: One (1) revised set of elevation drawings (if applicable) Color Samples Please note that this application will expire in 90 days from the date of this memo, if the applicant has not provided written response comments and revised documents to the Administrator that seek to address the staff review comments contained herein. If there are comments that you are not addressing with the revised elevations, please attach a letter explaining the details. If you have any questions or need additional information, please call me at 979.764.3570. Attachments: Staff review comments PC: Don Nguyen, via; nhuquachl( gmail.com Quach Nhu Kim, via USPS; 600 Graham Rd, College Station, TX, 77845 P&DS Project No. 14-00900242 Case file #14-00900242 Planning er Development Services P.O. BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979.764.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 Ctrs vnv/devservices 0 t STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS NO. 1 Victoria Center (NRA) — NRA Review 14-00900242 PLANNING 1. Please provide a table that identifies building materials and each materials percent of coverage on each façade. 2. Please provide color samples used for the building. Colors will be checked with our approved color list. If the color is Sherwin Williams just provide the name and paint id number. If it is a brand other than Sherwin Williams please provide either a physical swatch or the Sherwin Williams equivalent. 3. As required by the Unified Development Ordinance Section 7.10 Non-Residential Architecture Standards, for buildings three (3) stories or less, the horizontal line of a flat roof (or parapet)poralong any t no me ore thanpublic s sixty-sixht-of-way(66) percent shall of the broofl ne minimum is on the same feet up or down so that elevation. Please revise your elevations to meet this requirement. 4. Please be aware that if any changes are made to the existing building and the changes equate to ten (10) percent or more for each façade, the existing building will be required to conform to the current Non-Residential Architecture Standards. Please identify what changes will be made and revise elevation plans as needed. 5. Please be aware that all roof and ground-mounted mechanical equipment shall be screened from view or isolated so as not to be visible from any public right-of-way or residential district ade. Suh within 150' of the subject c�l�ht the measured gfrom a architecture fiveoint feet t scale toramaintain acreening un unified shall be coordinated appearance. 6. From the elevation plans it appears that the lighting proposed for the front of the building are wall packs. Please be aware that wall packs or any light source projecting light out horizontally is not allowed and will need to be revised using the current lighting standards. 7. Please be aware that painted steel is not an approved material for building facades visible from the right-of-way. It appears that the rear of the building is visible from Victoria Ave. This facade will need to be brought to the same standards as other facades visible from right-of- way. Please change accordingly. Reviewed by: Mark Bombek Date: 10-02-14 (07"1111114 CITY 01:COLLI;; I STATION Home of Thxas A&M University' MEMORANDUM 4 DATE: September 19, 2014 1 \6 " TO: Constantin Barbu, via; FROM: Mark Bombek, Staff Planner SUBJECT: VICTORIA CENTER (NRA) Thank you for the submittal of your Non-Residential Architectural Standards application. I have been assigned to review this project and it is anticipated that the review will be completed and any staff comments returned to you on or before Friday, October 3, 2014. If you have questions in the meantime, please feel free to contact me. PC: Don Nguyen, via; Quach Nhu Kim, via USPS; 600 Graham Rd, College Station, TX, 77845 P&DS Project No. 14-00900242 Planning ear Development Services P.O.BOX 9960 • 1101 TEXAS AVENUE •COLLEGE STATION •TEXAS •77842 TEL.979 764.3570 •FAX. 979.764.3496 cstx.gov/devservices