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Pavillion Plat Subm Set 2.15.21Preliminary Plat Submission Village of Plainfield 2.15.21 DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT AlphaLandmark Realty Partners PGJ4LthFDL Preliminary Plat Submission Village of Plainfield 2.15.21 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Illustrative Plan 3. Preliminary Plat 4. Architecture 5. Landscaping 6. Development Standards Introduction 2.15.21 OVERVIEW Pavillion is designed as a distinct pedestrian friendly mixed use community of diversified ranch homes, a senior housing campus and an attractive eight acre commercial center. The specific blend of compact detached, attached and senior housing, surrounding the proposed retail component, is a direct response to the rapidly shifting trends toward attractive entertainment driven retail and quality "lease by choice" living environments. Plainfield's own economic report suggests a need to provide quality multi -family housing close to downtown, which would benefit from the increase in trade area shoppers, not to mention expanding overall housing diversity. SUCCESS DRIVEN DESIGN For the eight acre commercial to succeed, the walkable and retail friendly land plan of the residential neighborhoods and the density of the multi -family is an important part for overall synergy and success of Pavillion. A major component of the Pavillion brand will be its Amenity Park. This centrally located activity and social hub will be within easy walking distance to every residential neighborhood. Amenities will include but not limited to the following: • Clubhouse with an outdoor swimming pool overlooking a large pond • A Pavillion to provide a focal point for outdoor community events • Pickle Ball Court and Croquet course to provide athletic and passive options • Pedestrian Trails with Fitness Stations to accommodate all ages • A small playground suited for small children visiting grandparents • Orchard and Flower Garden to encourage outdoor use and add beauty • A community Vegetable Garden providing physical and social interaction • A Dog Park to allow space for exercise and canine socialization • Hobby sailing in the large pond adjacent to the Park 1 PAVILLION HIGHLIGHTS • All (100%) single level home living options with attached two car garages • Wide range of floor plans of detached and attached homes • Comprehensive Landscaping of each home and all open space • Maintenance free living with 24/7 Property Management • On -site Senior Housing Facility • On site shopping, restaurants, variety of convenient services • Mortgage free -leased homes • Zero impact on schools • Pedestrian connectivity to Municipal Trails, including the River Trail • Increased Tax Dollars to the Village of Plainfield QUALITY & AESTHETICS LAND PLANNING: Pavillion's charm and unique sense of place will be established with the design and creativity of the Master Plan, Architecture & Landscaping. Unlike traditional subdivisions, the Pavillion community is comprised of intimate neighborhoods, designed to avoid any through traffic. Although all streets are public, there is deliberate street design hierarchy that reduces speed & noise while providing maximum safety within each neighborhood. ARCHITECTURE: Significant focus has been spent on the quality and aesthetics of the architecture. The general theme will reflect an eclectic Cottage Style with emphasis on street appearance. Since there are dozens of "Key & Through Lots" with a majority on Renwick Road, the rear elevations and corner side elevations deliver front yard quality aesthetics and in some cases show the best proportions and details. Overall the combined floor plan choices exceed a dozen distinct sizes and variations and when combined with various color schemes, the street scene will create a custom like home appearance. The material palette will be chosen from proven and durable products (such as Hardy -board), with use of vertical & horizontal applications, stucco like accent walls and masonry detailing where design dictates. Elegant, yet bold color combinations will be implemented to further raise the overall aesthetics and quality of the Pavillion community. LANDSCAPING: Although often overlooked, at Pavillion landscaping is the extension of the home and is as critical as the architecture. The design and installation will be immediate and comprehensive. Not only will each building receive individual foundation plantings and privacy screening considerations but a high degree of design focus will be placed on the Renwick Road buffer and the ten homes nearest to Vintage Harvest subdivision. Both an overall Street Planting Plan and typical Building Landscaping exhibits have been included to reflect intended direction. In summary, Pavillion will deliver a diversity of new housing options, a distinctive lifestyle, and neighborhood land planning principles, outstanding amenities, and respect for adjacent neighborhoods, quality materials, enhanced architecture and landscaping, not to mention increased tax dollars to the Village of Plainfield while removing traditional burdens on the schools Pavillion represents a creative and dynamic solution to an ever evolving and challenging housing and commercial market. The quality of design standards and choice of housing stock will forever be expanded in the Village of Plainfield with the acceptance of Pavillion. We respectfully request the endorsement of Pavillion, as submitted. Thank you to all the Staff, particularly Jon Proulx and Jessica Gal. The Village of Plainfield Plan Commission and the Board of Trustees. Respectfully, G- a Kripak, AlphaLandmark Realty Partners EXISTING PEDESTRIAN TRAI Z a PROPOSED PEDES COMMONWEALTH EDISON CO. EASEMENT TYPICAL PLANT SYMBOL IDENTIFICATION 11- 0 ( \J L/ 0 0 0 czn SHADE TREE 2.5' CALIPER EVERGREEN 6'A' TALL ORNAMENTAL 2" CALIPER LARGE SHRUB 4•.6' TALL MEDIUM SHRUB 24"d6"TALL SMALL SHRUB 16".24" TALL PERENNIALS A GRASSES Renwick Road STORM WATER DETENTION PRELIMINARY PLAT OF SUBDIVISION Village of Plainfield, IL Illustrative Master Plan THROUGH LOTS: A2-31,32,33,34,35 B-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13 C-1,2,3 D PEDES • . TRAIL ,B►r l• �,Q, 4 . A� fj• o C , 4 I I rri }I' M Ir r `' tl_ L1%iiiQ6 riIllp y. t1Ii'040 0 a rm. i • ! U r �,w I. IrD- QI .. .. cm 1�..��. ` 1L ir,IN .. ._4111.1111) leAtilitillelAPPA Of ammo o it r .. tiAlphkgill�lp,k i -ii C 0,90:11111111111111111 o Q� -4 4, Mori di e l■ .NI�J I10141 I 41141 �3d�t:i/✓�� e to iiiaiiF 1 atb dIi31,t etiil IT) o1Q. �f_= I • Ijl�t�fi►IiI�J[IQ'�iplEwfl[�11�►i J • '�; KEY LOTS: Al - 1, 8, 9, 15,18, 22.23, 31 A2 -32,9,1,19,1e 30 A3 -1, 8, 15, 16, 23.38 B-1,9,14,22,36,23 C-1,4,7,8,11,12,15 STORM WATER DETENTION sa\slate I- . L •. o.7t A�[i•] .�. ..- ® r - a� �i �__ Gmmaa�• �,.e6�6•II�6i1ttp r_e.,( ��s�6t.�e� �ar�aJ `vi������ . �` •• Drive ` 00a. a° �.o_•la•I •_I[n_64 ••Orii Ti'•� srilc��6�j +...,.,,.� r _ �,�- I lea ,a� •• i4I' .. _ �:� 1� 200111 a �! .• d •s • .�main 'i ? *fit, + t•I �a�-0 STORM WATER DETENTION O'am—Si {QJ►��r�pi.i u�►.����rQ�ir��I��I � Aiin111:• 4 1111.sekeitt41 • • 04 _ �a Landscape Buffer per Landscape Plan Amenity Park Pavill __. - 6 rive STORM WATER DETENTIO J � TYPICAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN ILLUSTRATIONS • See Solo, Duet & Quarlet exhibits for building plantings • See Renwick Road Buffer exhibits for neighborhood buffers • See Street Landscaping Plan for proposed Public Street tree plantings NOTE: ALL PLANTING PLANS REPRESENT TYPICAL CONDITIONS. PLANT MATERIAL SELECTIONS F. DESIGN INTENT. FINAL PLANS WILL ADJUST PRELIMINARY DESIGNS AS NEEDED FOR UNIT MIX, YARD & AESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS. Renwick Road LAND PLANNING I URBAN DESIGN Landmark Asset Partners Future Commercial Future Multi -Family Existing Commercial on 3 CC Location Map NORTH 0 25 50 Im 200 300 DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT Alpha Landmark Realty Partners KEY LOTS: Al - 1, 8, 9, 15,16, 22, 23, 31 A2 - 35, 9, 1, 18, 19, 30 A3 -1, 8, 15, 16, 23, 38 B-1,9.14,22,36,23 C-1,4,7,8,11,12,15 THROUGH LOTS: A2-31,32,33,34,35 B-1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10,11,12,13 C-1,2,3 GUEST PARKING: COMBINED ON 8 OFF STREET PARKING WILL PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF ONE GUEST STALL FOR EVERY TWO HOMES, IN ADDITION TO THE GARAGE 8 DRIVEWAY PARKING PROVIDED FOR EVERY HOME 11111111111111 STREET PAVILLION ENTRY EXISTING PEDESTRIAN T z z PROPOSED PEDESTRI COMMONWEALTH EDISON CO. EASEMENT DIMENSION t.510EWALK SIOEWMK CRITERIA to UTILITY _LI IDEWATX EASEMENTI I COLLECTOR STREETS INTERNAL LANES pcsAllitcric PRELIMINARY PLAT OF SUBDIVISION PLAINFIELD. ILLINOIS 2.15.21 SITE DATA TOTAL SITE AREA PAVILLION (PHASE 1) COMMERCIAL AREA MULTI -FAMILY (+/-)52 AC (+/-) 8 AC (+/-) 5 AC 65 AC. PAVILLION - A, B, C (Phase 1) 52 AC. AREA - Al, A2, A3 (SOLO) TOTAL HOMES DENSITY AREA — B (DUET) TOTAL HOMES DENSITY AREA —C (QUARTET) TOTAL HOMES DENSITY 32.9 AC 105 3.2 11.8 AC 72 6.1 7.3 AC 60 8.2 J Renwick Road -. 12 NOTES: PERMITTED YARD INFRINGEMENT: ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS SUCH AS ROOF OVERHANGS. COLUMNS. POSTS. MASONARY ACCENTS. BOX OR BAY WINDOWS SHALL NOT EXCEED ADEPTH 4 FT. NA LENGTH OF 16 FT (ref*. a poet euppe,Md and AE ASS yeN •nM1Nn) A — SOLO BUILDING ENVELOPE FRONT YARD (bldg -curb or walk) REAR YARD (bldg -bldg) INTERIOR SIDE YARD (bldg. -bldg.) CORNER SIDE YD.(collector street) CORNER SIDE YD. (interior Lanes) LOT COVERAGE IMPERVIOUS COVERAGE gr—n, PROPOSED PEDESTRIAN TRAIL ' ////////�//�//////� ' %• //////////�////////////////// LANDSCAPE BUFFER LANDSCAPE BUFFER jj/is' jj��/////si;Landscape Buffer per Landscape Plan r$ L/"— — — `1 //�//////////////j/j8 %/ ...-Lpi7 %./ n / GO 7—'3— /"^ 13— 0 �. I 10Z /14 ti -1— 102 `/' I r X40/ i 7 STORM WATER DETENTION 5 3 • \1 1 /34 93 32 n° tl (2 13 I 3 2 1 29 9 10 L11. 25 12 13 Solo Lane K - 1 (4 15 Al �l 22 17 18. 40 B Solo Lane S. 4 to STORM WATER DETENTION 29 Z9 3D 31 0 9 8 4 3 2 b 11 -14 15 16 (7 18 ?a, Pavillion Drive / 11 / 1 3 t 3 a1 5 C 3 a 3 a 28 26 zsJ 2A . 22. 21. 2D 19 8 7 6 5 2 k 3 C 96 8 AO ilD I _ � 9 10 21 11 A3 2D Is 12 13 18 14 17 34 7.4 25 26 Hf 2.9 / './ / / l ///%1 31 30 Clubhouse 97 96 55 Amenity Park STORM WATER DETENTION 40'X70' 20' 55' 10' 20' 5' N/A N/A B — DUET BUILDING ENVELOPE FRONT YARD (bldg -curb or walk REAR YARD (bldg -bldg) INTERIOR SIDE YARD (bldg -bldg) CORNER SIDE YD. (collector street) CORNER SIDE YD. (interior Lanes) LOT COVERAGE IMPERVIOUS COVERAGE Renwick Road 4031, 3 C C 7 11 C 9 8 (2 14 15 fie Pavillion D ive 0 PEDESTRIAN TRAIL BETWEEN RT. 59 8 ORCHESTRA LANE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMERCIAL PARCEL PHASE 2 B-3 PUD Future Commercial — ROAD INSTALLATION BETWEEN THE COMMERCIAL LOT &THE MULTIFAMILY LOT SHALL BE INSTALLED AT THE TIME OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF ESHER PARCEL STORM WATER DETENTION PHASE 2 R-4 PUD Future Multi -Family OPTION A— 180 D.U. - SENIOR LIVING OPTION B —130 D.U. - APARTMENTS • PARALLEL PARKING SHALL BE PERMITTED ON ONE SIDE OF THE STREET • THE SOUTH HALF OF RENWICK ROAD R.O.W. SHALL INCREASE TO 50 FT. • AN 8 FT. WIDE PEDESTRIAN TRAIL SHALL BE INSTALLED PER THE PLAT • STORM WATER STORAGE VOLUMES SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH VILLAGE STANDARDS AND ALL DETAILS PROVIDED AT FINAL PLAT • EASEMENTS & OUTLOTS REQUIRED FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES. DRAINAGE EASEMENTS 8 STORM WATER MANAGEMENT SHALL BE REFLECTED ON THE FINAL ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS • SECTION LINES. BENCHMARKS. BOUNDARY INFORMATION, EXISTING STREETS, UTILITIES,EASEMENTS AND ALL OTHER AVAILABLE SITE DATA IS REFLECTED IN THE ATTACHED PLAT OF SURVEY 54'X70' 20' 55' 12' 20' 5' N/A N/A LAND PLANNING I URBAN DESIGN Landmark Asset Partners Lane scape Buffer per Landi pe Plan I I EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY Existing Commercial 01 M 3 cc 01 In d 3 O cc C— QUARTET BUILDING ENVELOPE 102X70' FRONT YARD (bldg -curb or walk) 25' REAR YARD (bldg -bldg) 55' INTERIOR SIDE YARD (bldg -bldg) 14' CORNER SIDE YD. (collector street) 20' CORNER SIDE YD. (interior Lanes) 10' LOT COVERAGE N/A IMPERVIOUS COVERAGE N/A Location Map 0 25 BO 100 NORTH 200 DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT 300 Alpha Landmark Realty Partners 3 Architecture • 3 distinct Living Options • All single level Floor Plans • Two Car attached Garages • Custom Cottage -Style Details • 10 distinct front Elevations • Attractive Rear Elevations • Appealing interior Side Elevations • Distinctive corner Side Elevations • Low profile one story homes create less mass... reducing building impact Lz-91. 7 Pla1u!eld jo a6ell!n uo lsslwgnS leld IJeulwileJd IN021d 3aIS 3a1S INO2jd b-len° 21y32:i 3aIS INO2Id 2-010S 1HOIWAdOD 0 sewOH;aa. 'en O'R ena ` ol os dO SlOI2i31X3 owning 1VOldk1 32In1331IHO lV -ftri.. e fj A .05. 144 ; Z,*� ete 0'1, 0-- oft C'aL, dy32:1 1NO2id Z -010S SJOUPed p ewpueleydly IN31ABOVNVIAI 11N3INd013A3a sJeu1ed sassy )Jewpue-1 NOIS30 N vean I ONINNVId ONV1 ?:IV32:1 3aIS 1N O8d 1,- 010S Landscaping • Immediate and total Site Landscaping • Significant Renwick Road Buffer • Generous Landscaping to Vintage Harvest • Increased plantings at corner locations • Custom design for each Solo Model • Custom design for each Duet Model • Custom design for each Quartet Model • Increased plantings at interior side yard entries Pdw LLL 7L EXISTING PEDESTRIAN PROPOSED PEDESTRIAN LI COMMONWEALTH EDISON CO. EASEMENT TYPICAL PLANT SYMBOL IDENTIFICATION 0` 0 0 0 0 O SHADE TREE 3.5" CALIPER EVERGREEN 6'A' TALL ORNAMENTAL 2" CALIPER LARGE SHRUB 4'•6' TALL MEDIUM SHRUB 24"•36" TALL SMALL SHRUB 18"-24" TALL PERENNIALS & GRASSES Renwick Road STORM WATER DETENTION L�•7 Solo Ian :. 0114ipliGaidoi(Omputiotit116.01111:1001111 91 (I) ai *ft 4; • roan■rniimplimillhiumiti J<Ndlti . I 11 •i r I� 25 27 23 w 30 •���I + w RA=P •� aa,l t *fit �! * �..40 PRELIMINARY PLAT OF SUBDIVISION Village of Plainfield, IL LANDSCAPING PLAN THROUGH LOTS: A2-31,32,33,30,35 B-1,2,3,4,5,8,7,8,to, 11,12,13 C-1,2,3 PROPOSED Landscape PEDESTRIAN TRAIL uffer per Land . • Plan 411 � a���ro�a�il6se ■® STORM WATER DETENTION LAND PLANNING I URBAN DESIGN Landmark Asset Partners 11) 7;1 1,111110101001010 - ea At eghtivehork .go• Landscape Buffer per Landscape Plan Amenity Park Existing Commercial KEY LOTS: Al -1,8,9,15,16,22,23,31 A2-35,9,1,18,19,30 A3- 1,a, 15, 16, 23, 38 B-1,9,14,22,35,23 C-1,4,7,8,11,12,15 STORM WATER DETENTION I Clubhouse EXISTING SINGI FAMILY LANDSCAP,,UFFER Pavill-r Drive Future Multi -Family STORM WATER DETENTION I J TYPICAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN ILLUSTRATIONS • See Solo, Duet & Quartet exhibits for building plantings • See Renwick Road Buffer exhibits for neighborhood buffers • See Street Landscaping Plan for proposed Public Street tree plantings NOTE: ALL PLANTING PLANS REPRESENT TYPICAL CONDITIONS. PLANT MATERIAL SELECTIONS & DESIGN INTENT. FINAL PLANS WILL ADJUST PRELIMINARY DESIGNS AS NEEDED FOR UNIT MIX, YARD & AESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS. Renwick Road Future Commercial m N 4J OTC at 0 Cr Location Map 025 SO 100 NORTH 200 DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT Alpha Landmark Realty Partners TYPICAL - PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPING Solo (sf) Homes 0 COPYRIGHT AlphaLandmark DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT NOTE: See Pavillion "Plant Material Legend" for symbol identification Pavillion Plainfield, ILL TYPICAL - PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPING Duet Homes 0 COPYRIGHT DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT AlphaLandmark NOTE: See Pavillion "Plant Material Legend" for symbol identification Pavillion Plainfield, ILL TYPICAL - PRELIMINARY LANDSCAPING . _ .... . . . . .. . .. . .. . Quartet Homes DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT AlphaLandmark NOTE: See Pavillion "Plant Material Legend" for symbol identification Pavillion Plainfield, ILL RENWICK ROAD BUFFER Solo Home Neighborhood 0 COPYRIGHT � f • `-• AlphaLandmark Renwick Road • • .. DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT • - Perimeter of (+1-) 5 ft. high undulating berm Perimeter of (+1-) 5 ft. high undulating berm o � a - co_ NOTE: See Pavillion "Plant Material Legend" for symbol identification Pavillion Plainfield, ILL •\ 0 RENWICK ROAD BUFFER Duet Home Neighborhood 0 COPYRIGHT Renwick Road • DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT • AlphaLandmark • • ^� `- -�— Perimeter of (+/-) 5 ft. high undulating berm Perimeter of (+/-) 5 ft. high undulating berm NOTE: See Pavillion "Plant Material Legend" for symbol identification Pavillion Plainfield, ILL RENWICK ROAD BUFFER Quartet Neighborhood ® COPYRIGHT Renwick Road • • /l DEVELOPMENT I MANAGEMENT Pavillion Plainfield, ILL • COO AlphaLandmark Perimeter of (+/-) 5 ft. high undulating berm .� Perimeter of (+/-) 5 ft. high undulating berm • NOTE: See Pavillion "Plant Material Legend" for symbol identification Pavillion PRELIMINARY PLAT P.U.D./Special Use -Development Standards. These Development Standards, Architectural & Landscape Design, Yard Setback Criteria, Public Street ROW & Street widths, Sidewalks, On Street Parking, Housing Mix and total Unit Count, including all details and notes incorporated in the attached Plat shall be permitted and accepted with the approval of the 2.15.21 Pavillion - Preliminary Plat. DEVELOPMENT PHASING & SITE IMPROVEMENTS • Phase 1 of development will consist of residential neighborhoods A, B & C but not necessarily in that order or simultaneous. The construction of the Clubhouse will proceed once approximately 25% of the homes are occupied. • Phase 2 of the development may consist of either the Commercial or the Multi -Family area which is planned for 180 Senior Housing Units or 130 market rate rental units, if the demand for Senior Housing proves to be unrealized. • Any improvements to Rt. 59 and the boulevard ingress/egress to Rt. 59 shall follow Phase 2 Final Plat approvals. PUBLIC STREETS, BOULEVARDS, WALKS, TRAILS • INTERNAL E/W COLLECTOR & BOTH N/S COLLECTORS ADHERE TO VILLAGE STANDARDS • MINOR LOOP STREETS REFLECT A 40' ROW WIDTH, 24' STREET WIDTH, 5' SIDEWALK ON ONE SIDE & WILL PROVIDE 10' UTILITY EASEMENTS PARALLELING EACH ROW PERIMETER • 50 FT MIN. CENTERLINE RADIUS AT ALL PERPENDICULAR STREET INTERSECTIONS • NO RESTRICTIONS ON COMPOUND CURVES • PARALLEL GUEST PARKING PERMITTED ON ONE SIDE OF ALL STREETS • PEDESTRIAN PATHS & TRAILS PER ATTACHED PLAT • STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATIONS, OF ALL STREETS, SHALL ADHERE TO VILLAGE STANDARDS • ALL UNIT (PRIVATE) DRIVEWAYS SHALL BE OF ASPHALT CONSTRUCTION 6 Development Standards (continued) FLOOR PLAN, BUILDING CRITERIA & STANDARDS FOR SINGLE FAMILY (SOLO) HOMES • 40' X 70' BUILDING ENVELOPE WILL ACCEPT EVERY FLOOR PLAN OPTION • 1275 SQ-2400 S.F. REFLECTS THE ENTIRE PORTFOLIO OF SOLO HOME OPTIONS • TWO & THREE BEDROOM FLOOR PLANS INCLUDE DENS, SUNROOMS & LOFTS • TWO CAR ATTACHED GARAGES ARE STANDARD WITH ALL MODELS • NO BASEMENTS ARE INCLUDED WITH ANY MODELS (SLAB ON GRADE - STANDARD) • 9' CEILING HEIGHTS ARE STANDARD BUT ADDITIONAL HEIGHT IS POSSIBLE • THE BUILDING MASS & PROFILE REFLECTS A SINGLE STORY STRUCTURE • THE ARCHITECTURAL STYLE WILL REFLECT COTTAGE DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS • EXTERIORS TO INCLUDE A VARIETY OF DURABLE SIDING OPTIONS, BRICK ACCENTS • LARGEST PLANS WILL PROVIDE OPTIONS FOR 2nd LEVEL BEDROOMS & LOFTS • SEPARATE UTILITY ROOMS WILL HOUSE BOTH LAUNDRY, HWH & FURNACE FLOOR PLAN, BUILDING CRITERIA & STANDARDS FOR DUPLEX (DUET) HOMES • 54' X 70' BUILDING ENVELOPE WILL ACCEPT EVERY FLOOR PLAN VARIATION • 1050-1550 S.F. REFLECTS THE ENTIRE PORTFOLIO OF DUET OPTIONS • TWO & THREE BEDROOM FLOOR PLANS INCLUDE DENS, SUNROOMS & LOFTS • TWO CAR ATTACHED GARAGES ARE STANDARD WITH ALL MODELS • NO BASEMENTS ARE INCLUDED WITH ANY MODELS (SLAB ON GRADE- STANDARD) • 9' CEILING HEIGHTS ARE STANDARD BUT ADDITIONAL HEIGHT IS POSSIBLE • THE BUILDING MASS & PROFILE REFLECTS A SINGLE STORY STRUCTURE • THE ARCHITECTURAL STYLE WILL REFLECT COTTAGE DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS • EXTERIORS TO INCLUDE A VARIETY OF DURABLE SIDING OPTIONS, BRICK ACCENTS • LARGEST PLANS WILL PROVIDE OPTIONS FOR 2"d LEVEL BEDROOMS & LOFTS • SEPARATE UTILITY ROOMS WILL HOUSE BOTH LAUNDRY, HWH & FURNACE FLOOR PLAN, BUILDING CRITERIA & STANDARDS FOR FOUR-PLEX (QUARTET) HOMES • 102' X 70' BUILDING ENVELOPE WILL ACCOMODATE THE TYPICAL QUARTET MIX • 1050 —1225 S.F. REFLECTS THE ENTIRE PORTFOLIO OF QUARTET HOMES • ONE & TWO BEDROOM FLOOR PLANS INCLUDE DENS (PER PLAN) • TWO CAR GARAGES ARE STD. ON 75% OF UNITS & 1 CAR GARAGE ON 25% OF UNITS • NO BASEMENTS ARE INCLUDED WITH ANY UNITS (SLAB ON GRADE - STANDARD) • 9' CEILING HEIGHTS ARE STANDARD • THE BUILDING MASS & PROFILE REFLECTS A SINGLE STORY TOWNHOME SCALE • THE ARCHITECTURAL STYLE WILL REFLECT TRADITIONAL DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS • EXTERIORS TO INCLUDE A VARIETY OF DURABLE SIDING OPTIONS YARD SETBACK STANDARDS, LOT SIZE & LOT COVER • LOT SIZE & LOT COVER IS NOT APPLICABLE TO Pavillion SINCE NO HOME LOTS EXIST • ALL FRONT & CORNER SIDE YARDS, ALONG COLLECTOR STREETS, SHALL BE 20 FEET • ALL REAR YARD BUILDING SEPARATIONS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 55 FEET • INTERIOR SIDEYARD BUILDING SEPARATION SHALL BE 10 FEET WITH SOLO HOMES • SIDEYARD SETBACK ALONG INTERIOR LOOPS SHALL BE 5 FEET WITH SOLO HOMES • INTERIOR SIDEYARD BUILDING SEPARATION SHALL BE 12 FEET WITH DUET HOMES • SIDEYARD SETBACKS ALONG INTERIOR LOOPS SHALL BE 5 FEET WITH DUET HOMES • INTERIOR SIDEYARD BUILDING SEPARATION SHALL BE 14' FEET WITH QUARTET HOMES • SIDEYARD SETBACKS ALONG INTERIOR LOOPS SHALL BE 10 FEET WITH QUARTET HOMES PERMITTED YARD INFRINGEMENT: ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS SUCH AS ROOF OVERHANGS, COLUMNS, POSTS, MASONRY ACCENTS, BOX OR BAY WINDOWS & COVERED ENTRIES — MAXIMUM INFRINGEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED A DEPTH OF 4 FEET & A LENGTH OF 16 FEET