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Meeting Name: Historic Preservation Board Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 4/6/2021 5:30 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Hall Auditorium, 200 East University Avenue
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200794. 1  Discussion ItemDraft Minutes of the April, 2021 Historic Preservation Board Meeting (B)   Not available Not available
200896. 1  PetitionConstruct a new single-family dwelling in Pleasant Street (B) Petition HP-21-15. Ricardo Cavallino, Ricardo Cavallino and Associates, Inc., agent for Martine Lowe, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a single-family dwelling. Located at 622 NW 1st Street. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. Project Description The property is located at 622 NW 1st Street on the west side, with a zoning designation of RC (Residential Conservation). The site under tax parcel 14192-000-000 is located just to the south of a recently reviewed Certificate of Appropriateness for new construction at 626 NW 1st Street. The subject property is located in the Pleasant Street Historic District and is approximately 0.110 acres in size. The proposed single-family dwelling will be a non-contributing structure to the Pleasant Street Historic District. The project involves the construction of a new single-family residence. The house will be 4 bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms, with approximately 2,008 square feet of conditioned spa   Not available Not available
201010. 1  PetitionRenewal of a previously approved COA for new construction of an accessory structure (B) Petition HP-18-91. Gary Heil & Anna Heineman, owners. Renewal of a previously approved Certificate of Appropriateness for new construction of an accessory structure. Located at 504 NE 9th Avenue. This building will be non-contributing to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The property is located at 504 NE 9th Ave and is zoned RSF-3. The parcel (10351-000-000) is located in the Northeast Residential Historic District and contains an existing contributing structure with Prairie style architecture and a non-contributing shed. The existing house is a two-story wood frame, Prairie style house, with a textured stucco exterior and a hip roof with 3 tab shingles. There is an existing screened-in porch with a flat roof on the east side of the house. Windows are 3 over 1 Craftsman style. There is wood trim with some Mediterranean influence in the architectural detail. The house has a rectangular plan type with a central hall, a balcony, and a stucco chim   Not available Not available
201011. 1  PetitionInstall a roof mounted photovoltaic solar system on a principal building (B) Petition HP-20-00102. Barry Jacobson, Solar Impact, agent for Carla Mavian. Certificate of Appropriateness to install a roof mounted photovoltaic solar system on a single-family house. Located at 619 NE 6th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The applicant is requesting approval of a Tier One 6.66kW roof mounted solar photovoltaic system, to be installed on the rear slope of the roof, which is on the south side of the house. The system will tie into the existing roofing structure with attachments. The 18 black 370W Boviet modules are the flush mount type to be installed in the same plane as the roof. The system also includes a Solar Edge 6kW inverter. The contributing building was built in 1946 according to the Alachua County Property Appraiser records. The property is zoned RSF-3 and is approximately 0.21 acres in size. The house is approximately 1,596 square feet in total area, with 1,578 square feet of heated    Not available Not available
201012. 1  PetitionReroof a single-family dwelling with a metal roof and remove a chimney (B) Petition HP-21-19. James Whitton, agent for Brooke & Nicholas Armfield. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing single-family dwelling with a metal roof and remove a chimney. Located at 530 NE 3rd Street. This building is contributing to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing house is a one and a half-story, wood frame Craftsman Bungalow house with wood shingle siding, a brick pier foundation, a hip roof with asbestos composition shingles, a secondary roof structure with a hip dormer and a cross gable, two brick chimneys, and both double hung 1/1 wood windows and several multi-pane wood windows. The house has a porch-wood shingle balustrade and paneled columns. According to the Florida Master Site File, the house represents a typical Gainesville dwelling of the 1920’s. The structure appears on the 1928 Sanborn map. The applicant is requesting the removal of 3,100 square feet of asbestos roofing tiles, and the installation of 26 gauge Galvalume “S   Not available Not available
201013. 1  PetitionConstruct an addition, create a new entry plaza, & renovate the Thelma Boltin Center (B) Petition HP-21-00021. Jason Jensen & Sarah Lyons, Wannemacher Jensen Architects, Inc., agent for the City of Gainesville, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct an addition, add a new entry plaza, and renovate the Thelma Boltin Center. Located at 516 NE 2nd Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The Thelma Boltin Center is a recreation center that was built in 1943 according to the Florida Master Site File and is located within the Northeast Residential Historic District. The building is not within the district time frame (1880s through 1920s) according to the site file, but it represents a very important building in the later history of the district. Some Moderne buildings such as the recreation center are scattered throughout the district. The building was originally known as the “Service Center,” one of several Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects in Gainesville. It was designed to h   Not available Not available
201014. 1  PetitionConstruct an exterior stair with landings & a second floor balcony with new dormer (B) Petition HP-21-00022. Joshua Shatkin, Shatkin Architecture, agent for Julie Thaler, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a covered walkway and exterior stairs, and add a new balcony and dormer with exterior doors onto a single-family dwelling. Located at 400 NE 13th Avenue. This building is a contributing structure to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing house is a two-story, wood framed New England Colonial Revival house on brick piers with wood weatherboard siding, featuring a saltbox roof with two gable dormers, turned posts on the porch, and a wide frieze with brackets. The house has a rectangular plan type, the roof surfacing is metal, and the windows are double hung 6 over 6 wood windows. The porch has 3 bays and 4 turned columns on pedestals. The Florida Master Site File indicates the house was constructed in 1936. The project involves two separate additions. One will be visible from the front of the house and t   Not available Not available
201015. 1  PetitionReroof a duplex dwelling with a metal roof and add windows on north elevation (B) Petition HP-21-24. Lily R. Lewis, owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to reroof an existing duplex with a metal roof and add windows to the north elevation. Located at 517 NE 4th Street. This building is contributing to the Northeast Residential Historic District. Project Description The existing residential building is a one story, drop siding wood frame vernacular house with a gable roof and a hip porch secondary roof structure, a brick pier foundation with concrete block infill, a brick chimney located on a lateral slope, double hung 1/1 windows and composition shingles on the roof. The wood porch has Doric columns and a plain balustrade. According to the Florida Master Site File, the house represents a typical Gainesville dwelling of the 1920’s. The structure appears on the Sanborn map of 1922. The current shingle roof is leaking around the chimney flashing, causing water damage on the first and second floors of the home. Previous repairs around the flashing have been inadeq   Not available Not available
201016. 1  PetitionUniversity Heights Historic District - South. Construction of a sorority house. (B) Petition HP-21-00025. Kary Huffman, Florida House Corporation of Alpha Phi, agent for Michelle Ardern, Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc., owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to construct a sorority house with a request for modification of the front building placement line. Located at 505 & 517 SW 10th Street. This building will be a non-contributing structure to the University Heights Historic District - South. Related to HP-21-26, HP-21-27, & HP-21-28.   Not available Not available
201017. 1  PetitionRelocation of a house within the same lot (B) Petition HP-21-26. Kary Huffman, Florida House Corporation of Alpha Phi, agent for Michelle Ardern, Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc., owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to relocate a single-family dwelling from tax parcel 13157-000-000 to tax parcel 13156-000-000. Located at 505 SW 10th Street. This building is a contributing structure to the University Heights Historic District - South. Related to HP-21-25, HP-21-27, & HP-21-28. Project Description This project involves the relocation of a single-family dwelling onto an adjacent lot. The structure is located at 505 SW 10th Street. The structure was built circa 1912, according to the Florida Master Site File and 1935 according to the property appraiser’s office. The property is zoned Urban 5 and is approximately 0.28 acres in size. The building is a contributing structure to the University Heights South Historic District. The proposal is to relocate the house to the adjacent tax parcel 13156-000-000, and place it on the south end of the property, east of where another house is to b   Not available Not available
201018. 1  PetitionDemolition of an auxiliary structure (B) Petition HP-21-27. Kary Huffman, Florida House Corporation of Alpha Phi, agent for Michelle Ardern, Phi Sigma, Inc., owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to demolish an accessory garage. Located at 517 SW 10th Street. This building is a contributing structure to the University Heights Historic District - South. Related to HP-21-25, HP-21-26, & HP-21-28. Project Description The existing principal structure is a two-story, Tudor Revival Period house, that was a residence turned sorority and features asymmetric, picturesque massing, cross gables with false half timbering and the small-paned, multi-lighted window type characteristic of the revived 13th -14th century English country house. The exterior fabric includes the half timbering, brick and stucco, with a lifetime Dutch lap asbestos roof surface. There is a Florida Master Site File for the house where it was determined to be a fine university example of a Tudor Revival Period house. The contributing accessory structure is not described in the Florida Master Site file for    Not available Not available
201019. 1  PetitionRelocation of a house within the same lot (B) Petition HP-21-28. Kary Huffman, Florida House Corporation of Alpha Phi, agent for Michelle Ardern, Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc., owner. Certificate of Appropriateness to relocate a single-family dwelling within the same parcel. Located at 517 SW 10th Street. This building is a contributing structure to the University Heights Historic District - South. Related to HP-21-25, HP-21-26, & HP-21-27. Project Description The existing principal structure is a two-story, Tudor Revival Period house, that was a residence turned sorority and features asymmetric, picturesque massing, cross gables with false half timbering and the small-paned, multi-lighted window type characteristic of the revived 13th -14th century English country house. The exterior fabric includes the half timbering, brick and stucco, with a lifetime Dutch lap asbestos roof surface. There is a Florida Master Site File for the house where it was determined to be a fine university example of a Tudor Revival Period house. The contributing accessory structure is not descri   Not available Not available
200666. 2  Discussion ItemStaff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness (B) Staff Approved Certificates of Appropriateness. March 2021 to April 2021. Project Description This is a list of staff approved Certificates of Appropriateness from March 2021 to April 2021.   Not available Not available



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