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05-15-17 PZ Agenda Packet Page 1 of 2 TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA May 15, 2017 WESTLAKE TOWN HALL 1301 Solana Blvd. Building 4, Suite 4202 2ND FLOOR, COUNCIL CHAMBERS WESTLAKE, TEXAS 76262 Work Session 5:00 p.m. Regular Session 6:00 p.m. Work Session 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. DISCUSSION REGARDING ITEMS LISTED ON THE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA. 3. STANDING ITEM: PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS PER APRIL 2017 REPORT. 4. STANDING ITEM: DISCUSSION REGARDING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RELATED ISSUES AND BOARD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. 5. ADJOURNMENT Page 2 of 2 Regular Session 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD ON MARCH 20, 2017. 3. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER RECOMMENDATION OF A CONCEPT/DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 33-ACRE PORTION OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 3, PLANNING AREA 5B (PD 3-5B). THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 170, NORTH OF JT OTTINGER ROAD, AND WEST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY. 4. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER RECOMMENDATION OF A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT ZONING DISTRICT (PD) SITE PLAN FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 33-ACRE PORTION OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 3, PLANNING AREA 5B (PD 3-5B). THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 170, NORTH OF JT OTTINGER ROAD, AND WEST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY. 5. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER RECOMMENDATION OF A PRELIMINARY SITE EVALUATION FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 33-ACRE PORTION OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT 3, PLANNING AREA 5B (PD 3-5B). THE PROPERTY IS GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF STATE HIGHWAY 170, NORTH OF JT OTTINGER ROAD, AND WEST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY. 6. ADJOURNMENT CERTIFICATION I certify that the above notice was posted at the Town Hall of the Town of Westlake, 1301 Solana Blvd., Bldg. 4, Ste. 4202, Westlake, Texas, 76262, May 11, 2017, by 5:00 p.m. under the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. _____________________________________ Tanya Morris, Assistant to the Town Secretary If you plan to attend this public meeting and have a disability that requires special needs, please advise the Town Secretary 48 hours in advance at 817-490-5710 and reasonable accommodations will be made to assist you. DISCUSSION REGARDING ITEMS LISTED ON THE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA. NO ACTION WILL BE TAKEN DURING THE WORK SESSION. Planning and Zoning Item # 2 – Back up material has not been provided for this item. Development Snapshot April 2017 DENTON COUNTY TARRANT COUNTY CITY OF ROANOKE DENTON COUNTY TARRANT COUNTY CITY OF FORT WORTH TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN LIMIT TOWN OF TROPHY CLUB CITY OF SOUTHLAKE 170 114 377 377 170 114 5 2 3 4 MAP GUIDE 1. Primrose School Entrada 26 Arta Drive 2. Terra Bella Residential Development 3. Carlyle Court Residential Development 4. Quail Hollow Residential Development 5. Granada Residential Development 6. Project Blizzard Mixed-Use Development 7. Schwab Corporate Campus Office Campus 8. Solana Parking Garage Addition Two Parking Garages 9. Fire/EMS Station Government Facility April 2017 This map is for information purposes only. DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES MAP CITY OF SOUTHLAKE CITY OF KELLER LEGEND Subdivision Roads Collector/Arterial Roads Highways Future Traffic Signal Completed Building Site Plan Submitted Building Permit Submitted Under Construction 114 170 6 7 8 1 9 Development Activities Map Table Project No. Project Name Land Use Number of Lots/Units Size Development Status Percent Complete* Estimated Completion 1 Primrose School** Commercial N/A 12,100 s.f. Almost complete. Building final needed. 95% May 2017 2 Terra Bella Residential 28 54.7 acres 23/28 lots currently developed or under construction 66.07% N/A 3 Carlyle Court Residential 8 10.2 acres 4/8 lots under construction 25% N/A 4 Quail Hollow Residential 92 188 acres Phase I and IIA infrastructure complete. Building permits expected soon. 0.00% N/A 5 Granada Phase I Residential 41 85 acres Phase I has 31/41 lots currently developed or under construction. 52.44% N/A Granada Phase II 43 Phase II has 5/43 lots under construction. 5.81% Project Blizzard Mix-Use N/A 53 acres Preliminary utility work under construction. Dam/Lake hydrology improvements under construction. N/A N/A 6 Schwab Campus Office 4 buildings 2,600 car garage 555,000 s.f. 80 acres Concept plan and site plan received March 17, 2017. Plans reviewed and comments being addressed. Developer aiming for a July 2017 start date. N/A N/A 7 8 Solana Parking Garage Addition Parking 1,126 spaces 10.32 acres Elevator work and landscaping are outstanding items. 95% May 2017 9 Fire/EMS Station Government Use N/A 5-acre site N/A 0% N/A * % Complete = (#of BP’s x 50%)/Total BP’s + (#CO’s x 50%)/Total CO’s ** Refer to Entrada Development Report for more info April 2017 STANDING ITEM: DISCUSSION REGARDING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN RELATED ISSUES AND BOARD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Planning and Zoning Item # 4 – Back up material has not been provided for this item. Planning and Zoning Item # 5 – Adjournment Work Session Back up material has not been provided for this item. P&Z Minutes 03/20/17 Page 1 of 3 MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION MEETING March 20, 2017 PRESENT: Chairman Tim Brittan, Commissioners Greg Goble, Ryan Groce, Michelle Lee, and Liz Garvin. Alternate Ken Kraska. ABSENT: Alternate Sharon Sanden OTHERS PRESENT: Director of Planning Ron Ruthven, Town Secretary Kelly Edwards, Administrative Assistant to the Town Secretary Tanya Morris, Town Attorney Cathy Cunningham, Fire Chief Richard Whitten, Deputy Chief John Ard, Development Coordinator/ Management Analyst Joel Enders, and Intern Nick Ford. Regular Session 1. CALL TO ORDER Chairman Brittan called the regular session to order at 6:01 p.m. 2. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD ON FEBRUARY 13, 2017. MOTION: Commissioner Groce made a motion to approve the minutes. Commissioner Goble seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. P&Z Minutes 03/20/17 Page 2 of 3 3. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDER A RECOMMENDATION REGARDING AMENDMENTS TO CHAPTER 62 PLANNING, ADDING ARTICLE III, IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. Director Ruthven provided an overview of the item. MOTION: Commissioner Lee made a motion to recommend approval of amendments to Chapter 62 Planning. Commissioner Garvin seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. 4. STANDING ITEM: PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS PER FEBRUARY 2017 REPORT. Director Ruthven and Coordinator Enders gave an overview of the item: Solana Blvd to open soon at Granada, which would open the way to begin signalization. Entrada: Primrose is finishing up construction, retail corner, paving the streets, approvals for Blocks I and J, and Block E. Charles Schwab: Project Blizzard is moving forward. Fire station: Design phase in progress. Quail Hollow: Phase I and IIA, guardhouse, future residents permits and questions, Phase IIB. Westlake Academy: Outdoor learning center Chairman Brittan asked Mr. Joe Schneider of Hillwood Properties, 15600 Heritage Parkway, Suite 200, Fort Worth, TX for any updates. Chief Whitten provided an update on the current fire station. Commissioner Kraska asked about a proposed development along Solana Boulevard, North of Glenwyck and East of Granada. Director Ruthven stated that no permits have been submitted. P&Z Minutes 03/20/17 Page 3 of 3 5. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to come before the Commissioners, Chairman Brittan asked for a motion to adjourn. MOTION: Commissioner Goble made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Commissioner Groce seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. Chairman Brittan adjourned the meeting at 6:20 p.m. APPROVED BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION ON MAY 15, 2017. ________________________________ ATTEST: Chairman, Tim Brittan ______________________________ Tanya Morris, Administrative Assistant Page 1 of 7 ESTLAKE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Action Item Monday, May 15, 2017 TOPIC: Conduct a public hearing and consider recommendation of a Concept/Development Plan for an approximately 33-acre portion of Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B). The property is generally located south of State Highway 170, north of JT Ottinger Road, and west of Westlake Parkway. STAFF CONTACT: Ron Ruthven, Director of Planning & Development Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives PLANNING CASE INFORMATION Case Number: CDP-03-17-17 Development: Charles Schwab Corporate Campus / Project Blizzard Applicant: Will Mitchell, Corgan Owner: CS Kinross Parkway, LLC Developer: CS Kinross Parkway, LLC Site Location: South of Trophy Lake Drive / North of Lake Turner Site Area: 33 +/- acres Zoning: Planned Development (PD 3-5B) Page 2 of 7 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) In February 2016, the Town Council approved the rezoning of a 154-acre tract of land just south of the Highway 114 – Highway 170 interchange, establishing the land use prerequisites for a proposed Charles Schwab financial services campus and supporting mixed-use development. The following item for consideration, a combined Concept/Development Plan for Phase I of the Charles Schwab campus, is another step in “Project Blizzard” development process. The Concept/Development Plan functions as a high-level, master site plan for a development or phase of development. The Plan (a) shows the general spatial relationships between land uses, structures, open spaces, and roadways, and (b) demonstrates compliance with key elements of the Comprehensive Plan and zoning requirements. The Concept/Development plan amends and becomes an incorporated part of the development’s existing zoning (PD 3-5B / Ord. 770) upon approval. The Concept/Development plan is one of several planning documents that requires legislative approval, including:  Site Plan (to be considered concurrently with this item)  Preliminary Site Evaluation (to be considered concurrently with this item)  Developer’s Agreement  Final Plat Four structures are shown on the Phase I Concept/Development Plan, including two office buildings, a parking garage, and an amenities building. A publicly accessible park is shown west of the garage. Note that the Concept/Development Plan submitted for consideration is limited to the first phase of the Charles Schwab Corporate Campus. Phase II, the supporting retail and mixed-use portion of the development, and a future Charles Schwab retail branch building are not included in this submittal. These areas will require the same set of legislative and/or staff approvals as Phase I of the Charles Schwab campus (Concept/Development Plan, Site Plan, plats, on-site civil infrastructure plans etc.) before development can occur. ZONING Ordinance 770, approved February 22, 2016, establishes allowed uses and development standards for PD 3-5B. The following section compares the applicable requirements specified in Ordinance 770 with the information included in the Concept/Development Plan. Staff determination of zoning compliance and/or recommendations are highlighted in italicized bold text. Allowed Uses Ordinance 770 defines uses that are allowed by right, as an accessory use, or those that require a Specific Use Permit. The office uses shown on the Concept/Development Plan (buildings DFW- 1 and DFW-2) are allowed by right, as is the parking garage (shown as DFW-G1). The Amenities Building (DFW-A) is also allowed by right. The small retail building shown just north of the parking garage is an allowed accessory use. The uses shown on the submitted Concept/Development Plan comply with applicable zoning standards. Page 3 of 7 Development Standards Density – Ordinance 770 sets a maximum aggregate floor area for all allowed uses in PD 3-5B of 1,160,000 square feet. The structures shown on the Concept/Development plan total approximately 553,000 square feet (parking garages are excluded from the floor area total). The density shown on the submitted Concept/Development Plan complies with applicable zoning standards. Building Height – Maximum building height is limited to six stories or 90 feet, but not to exceed 735 above Mean Sea Level (MSL). The structures shown on the Concept/Development Plan are 84 feet in height or less and below 735 MSL. The building heights shown on the submitted Concept/Development Plan comply with applicable zoning standards. Sign Standards General monument and entryway sign locations and standards (sign dimensions and material types) were included in Ordinance 770, with the stipulation that “Exact sign locations will be provided at the time of the PD Site Plan and PD Development Plan approvals.” Several monument signs are shown on the three-dimensional renderings included with the Concept/Development Plan, but exact locations and dimensions/references are not shown on the Concept/Development Plan. The Site Plan identifies only one monument sign near the easternmost entryway that does not conform to the dimensional standards specified in Ordinance 770 or the PD Supplement. Staff recommends the applicant submit a Sign Plan for Phase I of the Schwab Campus as a condition of Concept/Development Plan approval. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The 2015 Comprehensive Plan (Ordinance 747) includes several elements that define future development and shape growth. The following section compares applicable objectives and criteria expressed in the Comprehensive Plan to the information included in the submitted Concept/Development Plan. Staff determination of compliance and/or recommendations are highlighted in italicized bold text. Land Use Plan The Comprehensive Plan identifies PD 3-5B as (1) a Regional Commercial District that can accommodate relatively intensive commercial development and (2) a View Shade Zone, a place where natural topography tends to obscure development and preserve views from residential districts, making the area more suitable for taller structures, including parking garages. The submitted Concept/Development Plan furthers both objectives and is compatible with the Land Use Plan. Thoroughfare Plan Roadway infrastructure identified by the Comprehensive Plan as necessary to serve development in this area has not been included in the submitted Concept/Development Plan. Due to the split ownership/joint development nature of the overall project, Hillwood Properties will construct the main thoroughfare that will serve development in PD 3-5A and PD 3-5B. Town Staff are working with Hillwood to bring forward a roadway plan and Developer’s Agreement that addresses timing of thoroughfare improvements at scheduled June 2017 Planning and Zoning Commission and Town Council meetings. Staff recommends the approval of a Developer’s Agreement addressing the design, construction, and timing of thoroughfare improvements as a condition of Concept/Development Plan approval. In addition, staff recommends the Page 4 of 7 approval of a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) as a condition of Concept/Development Plan approval. A TIA will help ensure adequate roadway infrastructure is available to serve the development and is required by Ordinance 307 (otherwise known as the PD Supplement, which establishes additional standards for Concept/Development Plans in PD 3) and Section 102-267 of the Westlake Code of Ordinances. Parks, Open Space, and Trail Plan The Concept/Development Plan shows a publicly accessible park on the western side of Phase I, as well as defined green spaces and an outdoor seating area. Pedestrian walkways are located throughout the development. A walkway running from east to west between buildings that will ultimately connect to Phase II is intended as the primary means of pedestrian circulation. Due to the location of the development, there is no connection between the existing Westlake trail system and proposed walkways. The Comprehensive Plan identifies this combination of park, open space, and pedestrian walkways as “Mini/Urban Park” space, which is “meant to serve the physical/mental health needs of a workforce population… facilities for walking, socializing, getting outdoors, and otherwise breaking from the work routine… used to inject some level of natural setting into the urban environment.” The Regional Commercial Land Use District, which includes PD 3-5B, is specified as a desirable and appropriate setting for Mini/Urban Park space. The park, open space, and pedestrian walkways shown on the Concept/Development Plan further the objectives expressed in the Parks, Open Space, and Trail Plan. The Concept/Development Plan does not include a formal mechanism by which the depicted park area will be recognized as publicly accessible, therefore staff recommend the approval of a Developer’s Agreement addressing open space accessibility and parkland dedication as a condition of Concept/Development Plan approval. Economic Development Plan The submitted Concept/Development furthers one of the three primary Economic Development Outcomes specified in the Comprehensive Plan, the attraction of corporate headquarters/campus- type developments. These types of relocations promote several economic development mechanisms specified in the Comprehensive Plan, including cluster formation, information networks, and commercial ad valorem tax base. The submitted Concept/Development Plan furthers a primary outcome and objectives expressed in the Economic Development Plan. ARCHITECTURE The proposed architectural design is rooted in the basic form of campus architecture now prevalent in Westlake, namely a block form with a simple, often gabled roof. This design forms a sense of compatibility with the Town's residential fabric and is served up in ways that dramatize the use of structural elements on a commercial scale. Therefore, it is appropriate that the Schwab campus design also starts here, rooted in this simple gabled box expression. While the simple gabled box form serves as a starting point, the project design ventures from there in ways that “remember it and interpret it” but do not slavishly replicate it. The following augmentations of the “gabled box” form make the current design noteworthy: Disassembly of the box: The first major enhancement of the gabled box breaks the “containment” function of the box (expressed as masonry walls) via punctuated presentation of glass, a “glazed skin” that appears within masonry openings when engaged with the masonry Page 5 of 7 wall so that it “breaks” the structural authority of the masonry element, thereby contradicting the normal hegemony of unit masonry. This gesture advances the building interior to the exterior, most dramatically one the “lake side” of DFW-2 and DFW-A. Transformation of roof to canopy: The second augmentation moves the roof from a “sharp edge” feature formed by the load bearing structure supporting it (typically manifested as a sharp ridge) to a more rounded, draping canopy that wants to float over the structure, as if supported by a gust of air beneath it. Visible from Highway 114, this roof-turned-canopy will be a recognizable, landmark feature for Westlake. Disassociation of canopy from box: Acting upon the “floating canopy” nature of the roof, the architect has minimized any clear sense of structural support by extending the glazed skin presentation up, beyond the masonry plate line, to the underside of the canopy, accomplishing a visual sense of “floating”. This further explodes the box making the wall and roof, normally features which contain and define, features that are now dramatically disassociated. Disassociation of entry identification from masonry: The disassociations continue at a more detailed level at entry points. Commonly expressed as an elaborately ornamented feature within the masonry wall, or as a sub-component of the roof, the entry features in this design are expressed within the glazed skin. The proposed office and amenity buildings present a challenging and compelling level of design appropriate for Westlake. This approach will set a standard for future campus buildings. The parking garage presents a greater challenge. Unable to playfully disassemble its features, the architect has taken an approach that seeks to mitigate certain unescapable realities of the garage form, horizontality and scale. To do this, the architect has accentuated corners, articulated entries, and otherwise created complexity within the normally flat and expansive external wall. Landscaping will further mitigate the scale of this element. Town staff recommends approval of the architectural design shown on the proposed Concept/Development Plan subject to the final parking garage perimeter landscaping meeting the mitigation recommendation above with final approval of the landscaping plan required by the Town Manager or their designee. Page 6 of 7 RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of this item subject to the following conditions: 1. A Developer’s Agreement addressing (a) the design, construction, and timing of thoroughfare improvements and (b) open space accessibility and parkland dedication must be approved by the Town Council prior to the issuance of permits authorizing site grading and/or vertical construction. 2. A Traffic Impact Analysis must be approved by Town Manager or the Town Manager’s designee prior to the issuance of permits authorizing site grading and/or vertical construction. 3. A Sign Plan for Phase I of the Schwab Campus must be approved by the Town Council prior to the issuance of permits authorizing vertical construction. 4. Prior to the issuance of a building permit, a final parking garage perimeter landscaping plan meeting the mitigation recommendation contained in the above staff report shall be submitted and require the approval of the Town Manager or their designee. ATTACHMENTS 1. Vicinity Map 2. Concept/Development Plan for Consideration Page 7 of 7 Attachment 1: Project Vicinity Map APRIL 11, 2017 CHARLES SCHWAB WESTLAKE CORPORATE CAMPUS CONCEPT PLAN SUBMITTAL REVISED VERSION INDEXTABLE OF CONTENTS INFORMATION STATEMENT TABLE DEVELOPMENT & CONCEPT CHECKLIST 01 | OVERALL PHASING PLAN 02 | LAND USE DIAGRAM 03 | TRAFFIC CIRCULATION DIAGRAM 04 | SUBGRADE CIRCULATION & INFRASTRUCTURE DIAGRAM 05 | BUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW-1 06 | BUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW-1 07 | BUILDING ELEVATIONS –DFW-1 08 | BUILDING ELEVATIONS –DFW-1 09 | BUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW-2 10 | BUILDING ELEVATIONS –DFW-2 11 | BUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW-A 12 | BUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW-A 13 | BUILDING ELEVATIONS –DFW-A 14 | BUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW-G1 15 | BUILDING ELEVATIONS –DFW-G1 APRIL 11TH, 2017 SITE1’ = 100’ LEVEL ONE OVERALL PHASING PLAN APRIL 11TH, 2017 SITE1’ = 50’ LAND USE DIAGRAM APRIL 11TH, 2017 SITE1’ = 50’ SUBGRADE CIRCULATION & INFRASTRUCTURE DIAGRAM APRIL 11TH, 2017 BUILDING RENDERINGS–DFW –1 VIEW FROM EASTVIEW FROM NORTHEAST VIEW FROM SOUTHEAST DFW-1GLAZING IN RESPONSE TO T.O.W. COMMENTS. SIM. TO DFW-2 VIEW FROM NORTHWEST GLAZING IN RESPONSE TO T.O.W. COMMENTS. SIM. TO DFW-2 VIEW FROM NORTHWEST GLAZING IN RESPONSE TO T.O.W. COMMENTS. SIM. TO DFW-2 VIEW FROM NORTHWEST REF. DFW-1 VIEW FROM NORTH FOR REVISIONS IN RESPONSE TO T.O.W. COMMENTS APRIL 11TH, 2017 BUILDING RENDERINGS–DFW –1 VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST VIEW FROM NORTH DFW-1GLAZING IN RESPONSE TO T.O.W. COMMENTS. SIM. TO DFW-2 VIEW FROM NORTHWEST APRIL 11TH, 2017 OVERALL ELEVATIONS –DFW –1 1/16” = 1’ SOUTH ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION DFW-1APRIL 11TH, 2017 OVERALL ELEVATIONS –DFW –1 1/16” = 1’ WEST ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION DFW-1APRIL 11TH, 2017 DFW-2VIEW FROM NORTHWEST BUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW –2 VIEW FROM SOUTHWEST GLAZING IN RESPONSE TO T.O.W. COMMENTS. SIM. TO DFW-2 VIEW FROM NORTHWEST APRIL 11TH, 2017 DFW-2OVERALL ELEVATIONS –DFW –2 1/16” = 1’ EAST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION APRIL 11TH, 2017 DFW-ABUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW –A VIEW FROM LAKE VIEW FROM NORTHVIEW FROM LAKE APRIL 11TH, 2017 DFW-ABUILDING RENDERINGS –DFW –A VIEW FROM EAST VIEW FROM DFW 01 TERRACE APRIL 11TH, 2017 DFW-AOVERALL ELEVATIONS –DFW –A 1/16” = 1’ WEST ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION APRIL 11TH, 2017 VIEW FROM WEST VIEW FROM NORTH DFW-G1BUILDING RENDERINGS–DFW –G1 APRIL 11TH, 2017 DFW-G1OVERALL ELEVATIONS –DFW –G1 1/16” = 1’ WEST ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION REF. DFW-G1 VIEW FROM NORTH FOR REVISIONS PER T.O.W. COMMENTS APRIL 11TH, 2017 DFW-G1OVERALL ELEVATIONS –DFW –G1 1/16” = 1’ APRIL 11TH, 2017 Page 1 of 6 ESTLAKE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Action Item Monday, May 15, 2017 TOPIC: Conduct a public hearing and consider recommendation of a Planned Development Zoning District (PD) Site Plan for an approximately 33-acre portion of Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B). The property is generally located south of State Highway 170, north of JT Ottinger Road, and west of Westlake Parkway. STAFF CONTACT: Ron Ruthven, Director of Planning & Development Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives PLANNING CASE INFORMATION Case Number: SP-03-17-17 Development: Charles Schwab Corporate Campus / Project Blizzard Applicant: Brad Moss, Kimley-Horn Owner: CS Kinross Parkway, LLC Developer: CS Kinross Parkway, LLC Site Location: South of Trophy Lake Drive / North of Lake Turner Site Area: 33 +/- acres Zoning: Planned Development (PD 3-5B) Page 2 of 6 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) In February 2016, the Town Council approved the rezoning of a 154-acre tract of land just south of the Highway 114 – Highway 170 interchange, establishing the land use prerequisites for a proposed Charles Schwab financial services campus and supporting mixed-use development. The following item for consideration, a Planned Development Site Plan for Phase I of the Charles Schwab campus, is another step in “Project Blizzard” development process. The Site Plan is a scaled document that shows locations and dimensions of proposed buildings, proposed lot lines, setbacks, fire lanes, streets, sidewalks, ingress/egress points, parking, and easements for a development or phase of development. The Site Plan shows a greater level of detail and technical precision than the Concept/Development Plan, but must be consistent with the Concept/Development Plan and applicable zoning. The Site Plan is one of several planning documents that requires legislative approval, including:  Concept/Development Plan (to be considered concurrently with this item)  Preliminary Site Evaluation (to be considered concurrently with this item)  Developer’s Agreement  Final Plat Four primary structures are shown on the Site Plan, including two office buildings, a parking garage, and an amenities building. A publicly accessible park is shown west of the garage. Sidewalks, landscaping, and park details are shown on an accompanying landscape plan. Note that the Site Plan submitted for consideration is limited to the first phase of the Charles Schwab Corporate Campus. Phase II, the supporting retail and mixed-use portion of the development, and a future Charles Schwab retail branch building are not included in this submittal. These areas will require the same set of legislative and/or staff approvals as Phase I of the Charles Schwab campus (Concept/Development Plan, Site Plan, plats, on-site civil infrastructure plans etc.) before development can occur. ZONING Ordinance 770, approved February 22, 2016, establishes allowed uses and development standards for PD 3-5B. The following section compares the applicable requirements specified in Ordinance 770 with the information included in the Site Plan. Staff determination of zoning compliance and/or recommendations are highlighted in italicized bold text. Allowed Uses Ordinance 770 defines uses that are allowed by right, as an accessory use, or those that require a Specific Use Permit. The office uses shown on the Concept/Development Plan (buildings DFW- 1 and DFW-2) are allowed by right, as is the parking garage (shown as DFW-G1). The Amenities Building (DFW-A) is also allowed by right. The small retail building shown just north of the parking garage is an allowed accessory use. The uses shown on the submitted Site Plan comply with the Concept/Development Plan and applicable zoning standards. Page 3 of 6 Development Standards Density – Ordinance 770 sets a maximum aggregate floor area for all allowed uses in PD 3-5B of 1,160,000 square feet. The structures shown on the Concept/Development plan total approximately 553,000 square feet (parking garages are excluded from the floor area total). Building Height – Maximum building height is limited to six stories or 90 feet, but not to exceed 735 above Mean Sea Level (MSL). The structures shown on the Site Plan are 84 feet in height or less and below 735 MSL. Building Size – The minimum building size in this district is 5,000 square feet. The four primary structures shown on the Site Plan range in size from 94,000+ square feet to 855,000+ square feet. The accessory building shown just north of the parking garage (identified as an allowed retail use on the Concept/Development Plan) is approximately 2400 square feet. The depiction of this structure on the Site Plan constitutes a request for variance from PD 3-5B building size requirements. Setbacks – PD 3-5B specifies 50-foot front yard setbacks, 20-foot rear yard setbacks, and 25-foot side yard setbacks. All buildings on the Site Plan are shown behind setback lines. The building heights, sizes, and setbacks shown on the submitted Site Plan comply with the Concept/Development Plan and applicable zoning standards with the exception of the building shown to the north of the parking garage (DFW-G1). COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The 2015 Comprehensive Plan (Ordinance 747) includes several elements that define future development and shape growth. The following section compares applicable objectives and criteria expressed in the Comprehensive Plan to the information included in the submitted Site Plan. Staff determination of compliance and/or recommendations are highlighted in italicized bold text. Land Use Plan The Comprehensive Plan identifies PD 3-5B as (1) a Regional Commercial District that can accommodate relatively intensive commercial development and (2) a View Shade Zone, a place where natural topography tends to obscure development and preserve views from residential districts, making the area more suitable for taller structures, including parking garages. The submitted Site Plan furthers both objectives and is compatible with the Land Use Plan. Parks, Open Space, and Trail Plan The Site Plan shows a publicly accessible park on the western side of Phase I, as well as defined green spaces and an outdoor seating area. Pedestrian walkways are located throughout the development. A walkway running from east to west between buildings that will ultimately connect to Phase II is intended as the primary means of pedestrian circulation. Due to the location of the development, there is no connection between the existing Westlake trail system and proposed walkways. The Comprehensive Plan identifies this combination of park, open space, and pedestrian walkways as “Mini/Urban Park” space, which is “meant to serve the physical/mental health needs of a workforce population… facilities for walking, socializing, getting outdoors, and otherwise breaking from the work routine… used to inject some level of natural setting into the urban environment.” The Regional Commercial Land Use District, which Page 4 of 6 includes PD 3-5B, is specified as a desirable and appropriate setting for Mini/Urban Park space. The park, open space, and pedestrian walkways shown on the Site Plan comply with the Concept/Development Plan and further the objectives expressed in the Parks, Open Space, and Trail Plan. Economic Development Plan The submitted Site Plan furthers one of the three primary Economic Development Outcomes specified in the Comprehensive Plan, the attraction of corporate headquarters/campus-type developments. These types of relocations promote several economic development mechanisms specified in the Comprehensive Plan, including cluster formation, information networks, and commercial ad valorem tax base. The submitted Site Plan furthers a primary outcome and objectives expressed in the Economic Development Plan. PARKING AND TRAFFIC CIRCULATION Section 102-155 of the Westlake Code of Ordinances establishes an off-street parking requirement of one parking space per 300 square feet of building floor area. Per the building square footages shown on the Site Plan, 1,842 parking spaces are required to serve Phase I. The proposed parking garage provides 2,632 spaces. In addition, 76 on-street parking spaces are provided around the park, south of the parking garage, and southeast of DFW-1. Parking shown on the submitted Site Plan exceeds Town requirements. The parking garage (DFW-G1) is located and designed to minimize interior traffic as much as possible. Traffic circulation to and from guest parking spaces (garage or surface) is provided by a looped concrete fire lane to the southeast of DFW-1 and concrete fire lanes to the west of the parking garage, on either side of the park. An underground tunnel system will convey deliveries from the parking garage to the office and amenity buildings, further reducing internal traffic congestion. LIGHTING Lighting details, including the location and type of lighting for streets, signage, and parking areas is not included in the Site Plan submittal. Staff recommends the applicant submit a Site Lighting Plan for Phase I of the Schwab Campus as a condition of Site Plan approval. LANDSCAPING The Landscape Plan included as part of the overall Site Plan submittal shows pedestrian walkways, lawn areas, outdoor seating areas, activity areas, and tree plantings. Other plantings are shown but not referenced. Planned Development standards specify a minimum planting requirement of 30 large trees (3 caliper inches or larger) per acre of permeable greenspace. The Landscape Plan shows a total of 331 trees, 321 to be planted and 10 existing. The Landscape Plan does not address tree planting requirements in surface parking areas. Staff recommends the approval of a Developer’s Agreement addressing development tree compliance and tree mitigation for Phase I of the Schwab Campus as a condition of Site Plan approval. Page 5 of 6 SIGNS General monument and entryway sign locations and standards (sign dimensions and material types) were included in Ordinance 770, with the stipulation that “Exact sign locations will be provided at the time of the PD Site Plan and PD Development Plan approvals.” Several monument signs are shown on the three-dimensional renderings included with the Concept/Development Plan, but exact locations and dimensions/references are not shown on the Concept/Development Plan. The Site Plan identifies only one monument sign near the easternmost entryway that does not conform to the dimensional standards specified in Ordinance 770 or the PD Supplement. Staff recommends the applicant submit a Sign Plan for Phase I of the Schwab Campus as a condition of Concept/Development Plan approval. EMERGENCY ACCESS Emergency access to campus buildings is provided via a combination of concrete and grasspave (permeable landscape substrate that can support vehicle weight) fire lanes. Secondary emergency access points (fire lanes shown directly east and west of DFW-A and DFW-2) constructed with grasspave systems are acceptable to staff. However, staff recommends the primary east-west fire lane that bisects Phase II (running between DFW G-1 and DFW-1 to the north and DFW-2 and DFW-A to the south) be constructed of concrete or utilize a concrete base. Grasspave systems will not offer the durability, safety, or quality needed for primary fire department access to these mid-rise structures. Staff recommends the applicant submit a revised site plan showing all fire lanes constructed of materials acceptable to the Westlake Fire Marshal prior to the issuance of permits authorizing site grading and/or vertical construction. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of this item subject to the following conditions: 1. A Developer’s Agreement addressing development tree compliance and tree mitigation for Phase I of the Schwab Campus must be approved by the Town Council prior to the issuance of permits authorizing site grading and/or vertical construction. 2. A Sign Plan for Phase I of the Schwab Campus must be approved by the Town Council prior to the issuance of permits authorizing vertical construction. 3. A Site Lighting Plan for Phase I of the Schwab Campus must be approved by the Town Council prior to the issuance of permits authorizing vertical construction. 4. The applicant must submit a revised site plan showing all fire lanes constructed of materials acceptable to the Westlake Fire Marshal prior to the issuance of permits authorizing site grading and/or vertical construction. ATTACHMENTS 1. Vicinity Map 2. Site Plan for Consideration Page 6 of 6 Attachment 1: Project Vicinity Map FLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLFL FL FL FLFLFL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLF L FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLF L FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL20' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. 40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. 20' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 200' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2899 D.R.D.C.T. TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. TRACT 3 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. 200' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2899 D.R.D.C.T. 6ƒ :78.72' 6ƒ ( 25.20' 6ƒ : 194.11' 6ƒ     : 213.5 7' 6ƒ : 304.04' DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) DFW-1 (OFFICE BUILDING) DFW-A (AMENITY CENTER)DFW-2 (OFFICE BUILDING) (FUTURE OFFICE BUILDING) HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. PROP. VARIABLE WIDTH DRAINAGE & WATER EASEMENT PROP. 25' DRAINAGE & WATER EASEMENTPROP. 20' WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' WATER EASEMENT 50.0'25.0' (100' WIDTH R.O.W.) (100' WIDTH R.O.W.) 50' BUILDING SETBACK 25' SIDEYARD SETBACK 50' BUILDING SETBACK PHASE 1 LIMITS PROP. 20' SANITARY SEWER EASEMENT STAT E H I G H W A Y 1 1 4 (NOR T H W E S T P A R K W A Y )OVERALL SITEPLANBYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. 04/28/17 96631 BRADLEY J. MOSS CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75251PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928‹.,0/(<+251$1'$662&,$7(6,1&PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECT04/28/17063934067MJLMCBJM1 OF 5 PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND PROPOSED CONCRETE FIRE LANE NORTH 2 OF 5 3 OF 5 4 OF 5 5 OF 5 PROPOSED GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE VICINITY MAP NORTH PROJECT LOCATION ENGINEER 12750 MERIT DRIVE SUITE 1000 DALLAS, TEXAS 75251 PH. (972) 770-1300 CONTACT: BRADLEY J. MOSS, P.E. FIRM NO. F-928 ARCHITECT CORGAN 401 NORTH HOUSTON STREET DALLAS, TX 75202 PH. (214) 748-2000 CONTACT: MATT MCDONALD OWNER CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY, LLC 2309 GRACY FARMS AUSTIN, TX HOUSTON, TX 78758 PH. (512) 682 - 5859 CONTACT: KATIE BLAIR FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE EASEMENT 1.ALL REQUIREMENTS OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT 3-5B WILL BE COMPLIED WITH, EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING VARIANCE REQUESTS: A. FIRE LANE BUILDING COVERAGE: i. THE USE OF REMOTE FIRE HYDRANT TO PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR EXTERIOR BUILDING COVERAGE (LOCATED BETWEEN PROPOSED GARAGE AND DFW-1). NOTES W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWWWWWW W W SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWWWWWWWWW W W SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLTRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. INST. NO. 1998-118649 O.R.D.C.T. DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) R1.5' DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE) PROP. 24' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. 24' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) 4 4 3 3 PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) 3 3 PROP. 25' GRASSCRETE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. 8' SIDEWALK PROP. 8' SIDEWALK 4 4 AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN PROP. WATER METER PROP. STORM MANHOLE (TYP.) 1ƒ (1513.65' (100' WIDTH R.O.W.) R10.0'R1 0 . 0 ' R 1 0 . 0 'R10.0'R 1 0 . 0 ' R1.5' R40. 0' R 4 0 . 0 ' R3.0' R 1 5 . 0 ' R15.0' R 2 0 . 0 ' R20. 0' R 2 0 . 0 ' R20.0' R2 0 . 0 ' R20.0' “ 11.0'11.0'58.5'6.3'24.0'12.0'12.0'58.5'58.5'280.0'184.9'64.0' 45.1'55.7' TO PROPERTY122.7' 72.9'“ 30.0'16.9'24.0' 24.0' 9.0' (TYP.) 9.0' (TYP.) 9.0' (TYP.)10.7' 10.0'20.1'12.0' 12.0'12.0' 20.0'12.0' 13.9' 2.5'11.0'11.0'5.9' 13.9'159.9'27.5'22.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)22.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.) 47.0' 47.0'28.7'80.0'30.0'95.7'7.4'11.9'27.5'7.3'28.3' 16.0'5.0'35.0'57.7'57.7'40.0'52.7'28.7'2.5'147.9'113.9' 26.0'24.0'1.0'1.0'13.0'13.0'41.0'100' R.O.W.41.0'29.0'29.0'29.0'13.0'13.0'8.0' (TYP.) PROP. 8' SIDEWALKPROP. 8' SIDEWALK PROP. CONCRETE PROP. 20' WATER EASEMENT PROP. 20' WATER EASEMENT16.0'PROP. 20' WATER EASEMENT 105.1'30.0'4.0'4.0'50' BUILDING SETBACK PROP. 20' DRAINAGE EASEMENT 12.0' PROP. WATER METER PROP. IRRIGATION METER PROP. WATER METER PROP. FH PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER 12" WATER (BY OTHERS) PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 36" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 36" STORM PROP. 6'X6' RCB PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 6'X6' RCB PROP. 18"BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. 04/28/17 96631 BRADLEY J. MOSS BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 ³  ³ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 ³³FXWVHWRQWRSRIDFRQFUHWHFXUEDWWKH midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114 and Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 617.02 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75251PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928‹.,0/(<+251$1'$662&,$7(6,1&PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECT04/28/17063934067MJLMCBJMBENCHMARKS SITE PLAN2 OF 5 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 4 OF 5 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 3 OF 5NORTH FL KEY MAP 3 OF 6 1.ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2.ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3.ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4.DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5.STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6.REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7.SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 617 617PROPOSED CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROPOSED CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROPOSED GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWW WWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWWWWWSS SS SS SS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWW WWWWWWWWWWWWW WWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWWWWWSS SS SS SS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWFL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FLFLFLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLTRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. DFW-1 (OFFICE BUILDING)ƒ ƒ     ƒ   ƒ HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T.R20.0'PROP. 24' CONCRETE FIRE LANE 4 4 5 5 PROP. UNDERGROUND SERVICE TUNNEL PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. ENHANCED ENTRY FEATURE 4'-10' HEIGHT (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 6" CURB PROP. 25' GRASSCRETE & DECOMPOSED GRANITE FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. HEADWALL PROP. 8' SIDEWALK PROP. 6' SIDEWALK PROP. 6' SIDEWALK PROP. 6' SIDEWALK AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN PROP. WATER METER SSWR MANHOLE SSWR MANHOLE 1ƒ (1513.65' ¨ ƒ  R=512.38' L=303.92' &% 1ƒ ( C=299.48' ¨ ƒ  R=2560.00' L=783.77' &% 6ƒ : C=780.71' (100' WIDTH R.O.W.) R10.0'R10.0 ' R10. 0'R10.0'R20.0'R20.0 ' R2 0 . 0 'R100.0'R 4 0 . 0 ' R20. 0' R 2 0 . 0 'R20.0'R2 0 . 0 'R76.0 ' R20.0'R2 2 4 . 0 '24.0'12.0'12.0'34.0'55.7' TO PROPERTY57.4'134.7' TO PROPERTY PC 528.3' 122.7' 72.9' “ 51.6' 24.0' 12.0'12.0' 12.0'12.0'12.0'12.0' 24.0'24.0' 1 2 . 0 ' 1 2 . 0 '12.0 '12.0 '12.0'12.0'24.0'292.3' 32.6'21.0'21.0'9.0'21.0'9.3'21. 0 '73.2'28.7'24.0'2 4 . 0 '26.7'10.0' 31.2'24.0'100' R.O.W.29.0'13.0'PROP. GRATE INLET (TYP.) 30.0'4.0'“ “ 64.4'29.0'41.0'4.0'R9 9 . 0 'R99.0'R100.0'R120.0 ' R165. 0' R 2 0 0 . 0 ' R1 0 5 . 0 ' R104.0'R112 . 0 ' PROP. CONCRETE PROP. CONCRETE PROP. CONCRETE WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. INST. NO. 1998-118649 O.R.D.C.T. PROP. 20' WATER EASEMENT “ 25' SIDE YARD SETBACK PROP. 20' SANITARY SEWER EASEMENT PROP. 8' SIDEWALK PROP. 8' SIDEWALK R 5 . 0 ' PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER 12" WATER (BY OTHERS) PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 36" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 24" STORM EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN PROP. ENTRY SIGN WALL 10' HEIGHT (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS)25.0 '10.0'25.0'PROP. 24' GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) REMOTE FH SITE PLANBYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. 04/28/17 96631 BRADLEY J. MOSS BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 ³  ³ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 ³³FXWVHWRQWRSRIDFRQFUHWHFXUEDWWKH midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114 and Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 617.02 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75251PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928‹.,0/(<+251$1'$662&,$7(6,1&PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECT04/28/17063934067MJLMCBJMBENCHMARKS 3 OF 5 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 5 OF 5MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 2 OF 5NORTH FL KEY MAP 4 OF 6 1.ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2.ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3.ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4.DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5.STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6.REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7.SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 617 617PROPOSED CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROPOSED CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROPOSED GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W SSSSSS SSSSSSSSWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W SSSSSS SSSSSSSSWWFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL F L FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLF L FL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLTRACT 3 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) DFW-2 (OFFICE BUILDING)120.7'“ 24.0'19.0'(TYP.)19.0'(TYP.)19.0'(TYP.)6 6 10 12.0'12.0' 24.0' 12.0'12.0' 2 43.0'5.0'23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.) PROP. MOUNTABLE CURB TRANSITION TO MOUNTABLE CURB TRANSITION TO MOUNTABLE CURB PROP. MOUNTABLE CURB DFWG-1 (PARKING GARAGE)6.3'R34. 0' DFW-A (OFFICE BUILDING) (AMENITY CENTER) “ (FUTURE OFFICE BUILDING) PROP. UNDERGROUND SERVICE TUNNEL40.3'48.7'43.4'R10.0' 2 2 19.0'PROP. FH HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T.24.0'23.0'(TYP.)8.0' (TYP.)23.0'(TYP.)40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. PROP. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN + PELOTON MODIFICATIONS PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS)PROP. 24' GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. 25' GRASSCRETE & DECOMPOSED GRANITE FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) 200' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2899 D.R.D.C.T. PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. UNDERGROUND SERVICE TUNNEL PROP. 2' CONCRETE FLUME PROP. FH PROP. 10' CURB INLET PROP. 5' CURB INLET PROP. 8' SIDEWALK PROP. WATER METER AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN APPROXIMATE PELOTON PROP. LAKE EDGE PROP. 6' SIDEWALK 6ƒ     : 213.5 7' 6ƒ : 304.04'R1 0 . 0 'R1 0 . 0 ' R3.0' 68.7'“ 125.4'“ 5.1'9.0' (TYP.) 9.0' (TYP.) 9.0' (TYP.)10.7' 10.0'20.1'2.5' 28.3' 16.0'5.0'8.0' (TYP.) PHASE 1 LIMITS 199.9' 2 PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 8" SSWR PROP. 36" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 36" STORM PROP. (2) 6'x4' RCB PROP. (2) 6'x4' RCB PROP. 6'X6' RCB PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 12" STORM EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAINR20.0'R2 0 . 0 'R20.0'25.0'PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS)10.0'25.0'8.0' 8.0' R4 5 . 0 ' R104. 0'R45.0'R128.0'24.0'24.0'8.0'PROP. 8' SIDEWALK SITE PLANBYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. 04/28/17 96631 BRADLEY J. MOSS BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 ³  ³ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 ³³FXWVHWRQWRSRIDFRQFUHWHFXUEDWWKH midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114 and Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 617.02 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75251PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928‹.,0/(<+251$1'$662&,$7(6,1&PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECT04/28/17063934067MJLMCBJMBENCHMARKS 4 OF 5 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 2 OF 5 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 5 OF 5NORTH FL KEY MAP 5 OF 6 1.ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2.ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3.ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4.DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5.STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6.REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7.SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 617 617PROPOSED CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROPOSED CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROPOSED GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE WWWW W W W W W W W SS SS SS SS SS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWWWWW W W W W W W W SS SS SS SS SS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWWFL FL FL FL FL FLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLF L FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFLFL FL FL FLFLFLFL FLFLFLFLFLFLHW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. TURNER LAKE TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC INST. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. DFW-A (OFFICE BUILDING) (AMENITY CENTER)120.7'155.2'DFW-A (OFFICE BUILDING) (AMENITY CENTER) HW 2421 LAND, LP INST. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. AREA DRAIN 40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. 20' PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 200' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2899 D.R.D.C.T. APPROXIMATE PELOTON PROP. LAKE EDGE APPROXIMATE. EX. LAKE EDGE 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. PROP. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN + PELOTON MODIFICATIONS PROP. 24' CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROP. SIDEWALK (TYP.) (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. BUILDING COLUMN (TYP.) PROP. PIER (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. 25' GRASSCRETE & DECOMPOSED GRANITE FIRE LANE (SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS) PROP. FH PROP. FH PROP. HEADWALL PROP. 12' SIDEWALK AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN AREA DRAIN PROP. HEADWALL PROP. 8' SIDEWALKPROP. 8' SIDEWALK PROP. 8' SIDEWALK 6ƒ :78.72' 6ƒ ( 25.20' 6ƒ :194.11' ¨ ƒ  R=2560.00' L=783.77' &% 6ƒ : C=780.71' 6ƒ :127.87' ¨ ƒ  R=211.21' L=293.43' &% 6ƒ : C=270.40' ¨ ƒ  R=211.21' L=293.43' &% 6ƒ : C=270.40' R20.0' R20.0' 383.2'136.0'“ 12.0'12.0'24.2'“ “ R104.0'R112 . 0 ' R 5 4 . 0 ' R62.0' PROP. 20' WATER EASEMENT 25' SIDE YARD SETBACK PROP. 12" WATER PROP. 6" WATER PROP. 18" PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 48" STORM PROP. 24" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 18" STORM PROP. 12" STORM PROP. 24" STORM EX. 100-YR. FEMA FLOOD PLAIN25.0 '24.0'8.0'PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS) PROP. GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE (SEE PAVING PLAN AND LANDSCAPE PLAN FOR DETAILS)R24.0'R1 3 9 . 0 ' R136.8'R20.0'R20.0'R24.0'24.0' 24.0' 10.0' PROP. 10' SIDEWALK10.0'25.0'24.0'SITE PLANBYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. Engineer P.E. No. Date FOR REVIEW ONLY NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION OR PERMIT PURPOSES. 04/28/17 96631 BRADLEY J. MOSS BM#1 Town of Westlake GPS monument No. 7. Elev. = 626.27 BM#2 ³  ³ cut set (12/16/2016) on the southeast corner of a concrete curb inlet located on the south side of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114approximately 450 feet west of Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 612.39 BM#3 ³³FXWVHWRQWRSRIDFRQFUHWHFXUEDWWKH midpoint of a curb return located at the southeast corner of the intersection of the east bound service road of State Highway No. 114 and Trophy Lake Drive. Elev. = 617.02 CAUTION!! EXISTING UNDERGROUND UTILITIES IN THE AREA. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATION OF ALL UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY REPAIRS TO EXISTING UTILITIES DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED DURING CONSTRUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL NOTIFY THE ENGINEER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES ON THE PLANS. Know what's below. Call before you dig.12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75251PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928‹.,0/(<+251$1'$662&,$7(6,1&PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANTEXASWESTLAKEDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECT04/28/17063934067MJLMCBJMBENCHMARKS 5 OF 5 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 3 OF 5 MATCHLINE, SEE SHEET 4 OF 5NORTH FL KEY MAP 6 OF 6 1.ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO EDGE OF PAVEMENT OR FACE OF CURB UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 2.ALL RADII ARE 3.0' UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED. 3.ALL MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP SHALL CONFORM TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, LATEST EDITION, AND THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS. 4.DURING THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE IMPROVEMENTS, ANY INTERPRETATION OF THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION FOR NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, AND ANY MATTER WHICH REQUIRES THE APPROVAL OF THE OWNER, MUST BE APPROVED BY THE DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING OR HIS DESIGNEE BEFORE ANY CONSTRUCTION INVOLVING THAT DECISION COMMENCES. ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT WHAT THESE DECISIONS MIGHT BE WHICH ARE MADE DURING THE BIDDING PHASE WILL HAVE NO BEARING ON THE DECISION. 5.STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, DRIVEWAYS, AND STORM FACILITIES IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, STANDARD CONSTRUCTION DETAILS LATEST EDITION. 6.REFER TO LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR SIDEWALK LOCATION, WIDTH, AND CONCRETE FINISH. 7.SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETECTABLE WARNING AND ONSITE BARRIER FREE RAMP DETAILS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. SEE TOWN OF WESTLAKE STANDARD DETAILS FOR BARRIER FREE RAMPS WITHIN TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY. NOTES PROPERTY LINE PROP. BUILDING SEE ARCHITECT PLANS FOR DETAILS SEE LANDSCAPE PLANS FOR DETAILS LEGEND CENTERLINE OF PAVEMENT PARKING COUNT 617 617PROPOSED CONTOUR EXISTING CONTOUR DRAINAGE ARROW PROPOSED CONCRETE FIRE LANE PROPOSED GRASSCRETE FIRE LANE FLFL FLFL EXISTING TREE TR TR TR TR TR OHE OHE OHE OHE OHE OHE BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75251PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2017 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECT04/28/2017FOR REVIEW ONLY01OVERALL LANDSCAPE PLAN SCALE: 1"=80'-0" GRAPHIC SCALE: 1" = 80' 0 25'50' 75' OFFICE BUILDING TURNER LAKE OFFICE BUILDING OVERALL LANDSCAPEPLANL102 CITY OF WESTLAKE LANDSCAPE REQUIREMENTS DEVELOPMENT ADDRESSES: TBD PERMIT PROJECT NUMBER: TBD 00WESTLAKE LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS FORMS SCALE: NOT TO SCALE NO GRAPHIC SCALE, NOT TO SCALE THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE LANDSCAPE: CHARLES SCHWAB CONTACT: KATIE BLAIR 2309 GRACY FARMS TELEPHONE: 512.682.4538 AUSTIN, TEXAS 78758 PARKING LOT TREES REQUIRED NOTE: NO COMMERCIAL SURFACE PARKING LOTS IN SCOPE OF WORK, N/A REQUIREMENT OFFICE BUILDING PARKING GARAGE PUBLIC ROAD PU BLIC R O AD PROPERTY SCOPE BOUNDARY, USED FOR DEVELOPMENT TREE CALCULATIONS PROPERTY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS PROPERTY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS PROPERTY SCOPE BOUNDARY, USED FOR DEVELOPMENT TREE CALCULATIONS SCREENING REQUIRED NOTE: NO EXTERIOR TRASH FACILITIES IN SCOPE OF WORK, N/A REQUIREMENT NOTE: NO DECORATIVE SCREENING PROVIDED IN SCOPE OF WORK, N/A REQUIREMENT NOTE: NO FENCING PROVIDED IN SCOPE OF WORK, N/A REQUIREMENT DEVELOPMENT TREE SCHEDULE (WITHIN STREETSCAPE / PROPERTY LINES/ WESTERN DEVELOPMENT LIMITS) TOTAL CALIPER SYMBOL BOTANICAL NAME SIZE MIN. HEIGHT MIN. SPREAD MIN. 963 SPECIES PER CITY STANDARDS 3" CAL 10' 8' 963 TOTAL REFER TO CIVIL ENGINEER'S EXISTING CONDITION SITE SURVEY FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SUBMITTERS CONTACT INFORMATION SAM HERITAGE THE OFFICE OF JAMES BURNETT EMAIL: SHERITAGE@OJB.COM PHONE: 832.571.2256 DEVELOPMENT TREE COMPLIANCE DEVELOPMENT PERMEABLE GREENSPACE (34 ac Total - Buildings/ Hardscape) 22 ac TOTAL TREES REQUIRED (22 ac x 30 Trees / ac)660 TOTAL TREES TO BE PROVIDED NEW 321 321 NEW TREES PROVIDED + 10 EXISTING TREES PRESERVED = 331 TOTAL TREES NOTES: DRAWING 01 L1.02 INDICATES TREES INTENDED TO FULFIL THE CITY OF WESTLAKE LANDSCAPE REQUIREMENTS ONLY. TREE REQUIREMENTS ARE BASED ON THE WESTLAKE MUNI-CODE PD REQUIREMENTS UNDER SECTION 98-108. RE CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS WITH PLANTING PLANS FOR FINAL TREE PLANTING AND PLANTING QUANTITIES AND LOCATIONS FOR INSTALLATION. PLANTING INDICATED ON L102 IS INTENDED TO BE THE MINIMUM REQUIRED. LOW ENTRY WALL, 4.5' H x 80 'L x 4' W VEHICULAR ENTRY GATES (4 TOTAL), 6' H x 13' L ENTRY SIGN WALL, 10' H x 16' L x 4' W VEHICULAR ENTRY DRIVE NATURALISTIC FEATURE SWALE 8' WIDE PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 6' WIDE PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY BUILDING ENTRY/ DROP OFF AREA NATURALISTIC FEATURE SWALE OUTDOOR SEATING AREA OUTDOOR GATHERING AREA OUTDOOR SEATING AREA 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY OUTDOOR SEATING AREA 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY AT LAKE EDGE WITH STRUCTURAL SUPPORT WALL OUTDOOR GATHERING AREA BUILDING ENTRY/ DROP OFF AREA OUTDOOR SEATING AREA 8' TO 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 6' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY NATURALISTIC FEATURE SWALE LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA LAWN AREA OUTDOOR ACTIVITY AREA OUTDOOR SEATING AREA OUTDOOR SEATING AREA OUTDOOR ACTIVITY AREA NATURALISTIC FEATURE SWALE OUTDOOR SEATING AREA OUTDOOR SEATING AREA FIRELANE/ 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY BUILDING ENTRY AREA PROPERTY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS ENTRY PILASTERS (3 TOTAL), 10' H x 10' L x 6' W LOW ENTRY WALL, 4.5' H x 60' L x 4' W 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY AT LAKE EDGE WITH STRUCTURAL SUPPORT WALL 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY BUILDING ENTRY AREA OVERLOOK PIER AT LAKE 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY OUTDOOR SEATING AREA 6' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' TO 14' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY VEHICULAR ENTRY DRIVE 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 10' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY 8' PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY OUTDOOR SEATING AREA FIRE LANE OUTDOOR SEATING AREA FIRE LANE PROPERTY SCOPE BOUNDARY, USED FOR DEVELOPMENT TREE CALCULATIONS PUBLIC ROAD PROPERTY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS *RE: CIVIL SUBMITTAL DRAWINGS FOR ALL VISIBILITY TRIANGLES *RE: SEPARATE SITE LIGHTING PLAN SUBMITTAL SHEET FOR LIGHT FIXTURES AND PHOTOMETRICS FIRE ACCESS LANE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS FIRE ACCESS LANE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS FIRE ACCESS LANE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS JBSHJB2017.04.28 TR TR TR TR TR OHE OHE OHE OHE OHE OHE TREE PROTECTION FENCING TREE PROT ECTION FENCING TREE PROT ECTION FENCING Quercus stellata, POST OAK #84336, RE CIVIL 35" DBH Quercus stellata, POST OAK #84337, RE CIVIL 34" DBH Qu ercu s stellata, POST OAK #84348, RE CIVIL 2 9" DBH Qu ercu s stellata, POST OAK #84349, RE CIVIL 3 0" DBH Celtis laevigata , HACKBERRY #84331, RE CIVIL 1 0" DBH Celtis laevigata, HACKBERRY #84332, RE CIVIL 1 0" DBH Qu ercu s stellata, POST OAK #84333, RE CIVIL 3 7" DBH Qu ercu s stellata, POST OAK #84335, RE CIVIL 3 5" DBH Qu ercu s stellata, POST OAK #84334, RE CIVIL 2 3" DBH Qu ercu s stellata , POST OAK #84338, RE CIVIL 2 9" DBH Qu ercu s stellata , POST OAK #84342, RE CIVIL 2 7" DBH Qu ercu s stellata , POST OAK #84343, RE CIVIL 3 0" DBH Qu ercu s stellata, POST OAK #84344, RE CIVIL 2 4" DBH Quercus stellata, POST OAK #84346, RE CIVIL 26" DBH Celtis laevigata , HACKBERRY #3809, RE CIVIL 6 " DBH Quercus stellata, POST OAK #84345, RE CIVIL 2 6" DBH Sideroxylo n lanu gin osu m, GUM BUMELIA #84330, RE CIVIL 8 " DBH Celtis laevigata, HACKBERRY #84320, RE CIVIL 1 7" DBH Celtis laevigata , HACKBERRY #84323, RE CIVIL 9 " DBH Celtis laevig ata, HACKBERRY #84324, RE CIVIL 1 4" DBH Z an otho xylu m clava-hercules , HERCUL ES CLUB #84329, RE CIVIL 1 0" DBH Celtis laevigata, HACKBERRY #84325, RE CIVIL 1 9" DBH Celtis laevigata , HACKBERRY #84326, RE CIVIL 3 3" DBHCeltis laevig ata, HACKBERRY #84327, RE CIVIL 3 3" DBH Celtis laevig ata, HACKBERRY #84328, RE CIVIL 1 6" DBH TREE PROT ECTION FENCING TREE PROT ECTION FENCING Qu ercu s stellata , POST OAK #84347, RE CIVIL 3 1" DBH TREE PROT ECTION FENCING BYREVISIONSNo.DATESHEET NUMBER12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000, DALLAS, TX 75251PHONE: 972-770-1300 FAX: 972-239-3820WWW.KIMLEY-HORN.COM TX F-928© 2017 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC.PROJECT BLIZZARDPREPARED FOR CORGANDATEAS SHOWNCHECKED BYSCALEDESIGNED BYDRAWN BYKHA PROJECT04/28/2017FOR REVIEW ONLYOVERALL EXISTING TREEPLANL101 TREE PROTECTION NOTES 1. CONFIRM ALL TREES TO BE REMOVED WITH LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, ARCHITECT, AND OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE PRIOR TO REMOVAL. DO NOT REMOVE TREES WITHOUT APPROVAL. VERIFY EXTENT OF DEMOLITION WITH CIVIL ENGINEER. NOTIFY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT OF ANY CONFLICTS BETWEEN PROTECTED TREES AND EXTENT OF DEMOLITION. 2. ALL TREES AND BRUSH OUTSIDE OF BUILDING, CANOPY AND PATHWAY FOOTPRINTS ARE TO BE PRESERVED UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED 3. REFERENCE TREE PROTECTION SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 4. ANY AND ALL TREES OUTSIDE OF THE LIMIT OF WORK ARE TO BE PROTECTED IN PLACE. 5. SELECT TREES WITH DRIPLINES ADJACENT TO BUILDINGS OR OTHER IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE EVALUATED BY AN ARBORIST FOR PRUNING, ROOT PRUNING, AERATION AND FERTILIZATION OR ANY ADDITIONAL CARE NEEDED TO FACILITATE SURVIVAL. TREES TO BE FENCED INDIVIDUALLY OR WITHIN GROUPS. DEMOLITION NOTES 1. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFYING ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS PRIOR TO BID/ WORK. 2. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING, RELOCATING, OR REMOVING ANY ITEMS NOT NOTED ON DRAWINGS TO ACHIEVE DESIGN INTENT OF DRAWINGS. 3. CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL MATERIAL TO BE DEMOLISHED OFF SITE. 4. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROTECTING ALL EXISTING UTILITIES. 5. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROTECTING ALL EXISTING TREES AS NOTED. 6. REFER TO HARDSCAPE PLANS FOR SPECIFIC DIMENSIONS FOR PROPOSED WORK AND DEMO COORDINATION. ADDITIONAL NOTES 1. CONSOLIDATE TREE FENCING AREAS AS NEEDED TO MINIMIZE QUANTITY OF FENCING. 2. TREE PRESERVATION PLANS REFLECT CURRENT DESIGN DEVELOPMENT AND SURVEY INFORMATION. PRIOR TO ANY AND ALL TREE DEMO, CLEARING AND GRUBBING OR DEMOLITION OF ANY VEGETATION, CONTRACTOR TO HOLD MEETING WITH OWNER'S REP, ARCHITECT, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AND PROJECT ARBORIST TO ESTABLISH EXPECTATIONS AND REVIEW THE MOST UP TO DATE TREE PRESERVATION PLANS. 3. ALL AREAS ADJOINING AND AROUND AREAS TO BE CLEARED ARE TO BE PROTECTED AND PRESERVED TO MAINTAIN THE EXISTING LANDSCAPE CONDITION. PRIOR TO ANY WORK, MARK LIMITS ON SITE FOR OWNER AND DESIGN TEAM TO APPROVE. 4. REFERENCE SPECIFICATION FOR ADDITIONAL PRUNING REQUIREMENTS. ALL TREES WITHIN 15 FEET OF ANY HARDSCAPE PAVEMENT, PEDESTRIAN PATH, OR BUILDING SHALL BE PRUNED, CLEANED, AND HAVE ALL DEAD WOOD REMOVED. REMOVE TREES 01OVERALL EXISTING TREE PLAN SCALE: 1"=80'-0" GRAPHIC SCALE: 1" = 80' 0 25'50' 75' OFFICE BUILDING OFFICE BUILDINGOFFICE BUILDING PARKING GARAGE TURNER LAKE TURNER LAKE PUBLIC ROAD PU BLIC R O AD PROPERTY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS PROPERTY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS PROPERTY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS REFER TO CIVIL ENGINEER'S EXISTING CONDITION SITE SURVEY FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SUBMITTERS CONTACT INFORMATION SAM HERITAGE THE OFFICE OF JAMES BURNETT EMAIL: SHERITAGE@OJB.COM PHONE: 832.571.2256 PROPERTY SCOPE BOUNDARY, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS TREE REMOVAL MITIGATION / COMPLIANCE TOTAL TREES CALIPER INCHES MITIGATION REQUIRED 324 in TOTAL TREE CALIPER INCH TO BE MITIGATED WITH EXISTING TREES (WITHIN SITE DEVELOPMENT) 268 in / 10 trees TOTAL TREE EQUIVALENCY TO BE PROVIDED NEW (3 in caliper per tree)20 20 NEW TREES + 10 EXISTING TREES 30 30 EQUIVALENCY TREES PROVIDED FOR MITIGATION W/IN SITE - 324 CALIPER INCHES REQUIRED MITIGATION 00WESTLAKE LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS FORMS SCALE: NOT TO SCALE NO GRAPHIC SCALE, NOT TO SCALE THE PARTY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE LANDSCAPE: CHARLES SCHWAB CONTACT: KATIE BLAIR 2309 GRACY FARMS TELEPHONE: 512.682.4538 AUSTIN, TEXAS 78758 (9) NINE TREES TO BE REMOVED, MITIGATION REQUIRED FOR ONE TREE, ZANOTHOXYLUM CLAVA-HERCULIS *TREE REMOVAL IS NECESSARY DUE TO INSTALLATION OF NEW PUBLIC ROAD FOR SITE TRAFFIC CIRCULATION (2) TW0 TREES TO BE REMOVED, WITH NO MITIGATION REQUIRED CELTIS OCCIDENTALIS LAEVIGATA (3) THREE TREES TO BE REMOVED, WITH MITIGATION REQUIRED, QUERCUS STELLATA *TREE REMOVAL IS NECESSARY DUE TO INSTALLATION OF NEW BUILDINGS *TREE REMOVAL IS NECESSARY DUE TO INSTALLATION OF NEW PARKING GARAGE. TREE IS NOTED BY SURVEY ARBOIST TO BE IN DECLINE AND A HAZARD WESTERN SCOPE BOUNDARY LINE, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS PROPERTY SCOPE BOUNDARY, RE: CIVIL DRAWINGS JBSHJB2017.04.28 Page 1 of 3 ESTLAKE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION TYPE OF ACTION Regular Meeting - Action Item Monday, May 15, 2017 TOPIC: Conduct a public hearing and consider recommendation of a Preliminary Site Evaluation for an approximately 33-acre portion of Planned Development District 3, Planning Area 5B (PD 3-5B). The property is generally located south of State Highway 170, north of JT Ottinger Road, and west of Westlake Parkway. STAFF CONTACT: Ron Ruthven, Director of Planning & Development Strategic Alignment Vision, Value, Mission Perspective Strategic Theme & Results Outcome Objective Planned / Responsible Development Citizen, Student & Stakeholder High Quality Planning, Design & Development - We are a desirable well planned, high-quality community that is distinguished by exemplary design standards. Preserve Desirability & Quality of Life Strategic Initiative Outside the Scope of Identified Strategic Initiatives PLANNING CASE INFORMATION Case Number: PSE-03-17-17 Development: Charles Schwab Corporate Campus / Project Blizzard Applicant: Brad Moss, Kimley-Horn Owner: CS Kinross Parkway, LLC Developer: CS Kinross Parkway, LLC Site Location: South of Trophy Lake Drive / North of Lake Turner Site Area: 33 +/- acres Zoning: Planned Development (PD 3-5B) Page 2 of 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (INCLUDING APPLICABLE ORGANIZATIONAL HISTORY) In February 2016, the Town Council approved the rezoning of a 154-acre tract of land just south of the Highway 114 – Highway 170 interchange, establishing the land use prerequisites for a proposed Charles Schwab financial services campus and supporting mixed-use development. The following item for consideration, a Preliminary Site Evaluation for Phase I of the Charles Schwab campus, is another step in “Project Blizzard” development process. The Preliminary Site Evaluation (PSE), prepared by a Registered Professional Land Surveyor, functions as a technical planning document for a development or phase of development. The PSE shows proposed lot configurations, rights-of-way, easements, size and location of utilities, floodplain, land elevations, setbacks, and certain zoning requirements. The Preliminary Site Evaluation is one of several planning documents that requires legislative approval, including:  Site Plan (to be considered concurrently with this item)  Concept/Development Plan (to be considered concurrently with this item)  Developer’s Agreement  Final Plat Note that both phases of the Schwab development are shown as a single lot on the Preliminary Site Evaluation, which is commonly done with commercial developments that fall under a single ownership. Utility layouts and easements are not shown for Phase II of the development. A revised preliminary plat will be required as part of the Phase II development process. RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of this item. ATTACHMENTS 1. Vicinity Map 2. Preliminary Site Evaluation for Consideration Page 3 of 3 Attachment 1: Project Vicinity Map W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWW SSSSSSSSSS3805 3806 3807 3808 3809 84312 84313 84314 84315 84316 84317 84318 84319 84320 84321 84322 84323 84324 84325 84326 84327 84328 84329 84330 8433184332 84333 84334 84335 84336 84337 84338 84339 84340 84341 84342 84343 84344 84345 84346 84347 84348 84349 X X X X X X X X X XXXXXXXBA R B E D W I R E F E N C E APPROXIMATE LOCATION OF LANDSCAPE EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2837 D.R.D.C.T. UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. 40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883 D.R.D.C.T. UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. TRACT 2 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. DOC. NO. 1998-118649 O.R.D.C.T. HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. BARBED W I R E F E N C E N: 7047522.4039 E: 2364307.9229 BDF "TXDOT" BDF "TXDOT" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON"RICHARD EADS SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 393IRSC IRSC LOT 1, BLOCK A 71.1394 ACRES 3,098,833 SQ. FT. TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2899 D.R.D.C.T. STAT E H I G H W A Y 1 1 4 (A VA R I A B L E W I D T H R . O . W . ) ZONED PD3-5B PROPOSED USE: OFFICE ZONED PD3-5A ZONED PD3-4 ZONED R-1 HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF F.E.M.A. 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN 25' DRAINAGE AND WATER EASEMENT 20' WATER EASEMENT 20' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 10' WATER EASEMENT 20' WATER EASEMENT 6ƒ : 7.00' 6ƒ ( 10.00' 1ƒ ( 7.00' 6ƒ : 7.00' 6ƒ ( 30.00' L1L2 1ƒ ( 7.00' 6ƒ ( 10.00' L6 L7 1ƒ ( 53.95'6ƒ (187.27'1ƒ :167.44'1ƒ : 56.17' 6ƒ ( 73.07' 6ƒ :334.67' 1ƒ (331.75' 1ƒ : 182.86' 6ƒ ( 154.95' 9.67' 1ƒ : 79.00' 1ƒ ( 10.00' 6ƒ ( 79.00' 1ƒ ( 40.00' 6ƒ ( 10.00' 6ƒ : 40.00' 1ƒ ( 6.50' 6ƒ ( 10.00' L8 6ƒ ( 87.82' 6ƒ : 10.05' 1ƒ : 88.81' 2 4 1 .4 0 '300.44'250.49' 10' WATER EASEMENT 20' DRAINAGE EASEMENT 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT) 6ƒ : 143.85'6ƒ :287.34'P.O.B. IRSC IRSC HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. 40' TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT)PHASE 2PHASE 1PHASE 2PHASE 110' WATER EASEMENT 50' BUILDING SETBACK 25' BUILDING SETBACK 100' R.O.W. DEDICATION DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T.JESSE SUTTON SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 11546ƒ: 726287+($67 CORNER OF THE RICHARD EADS SURVEY ABSTRACT NUMBER 393 LAKE LAKE LAKE LAKEUNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. PROPOSED ROADWAY 2 2 6 .4 5 '39.01' 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT)6ƒ (309.27'6ƒ (230.55'6ƒ ( 624.52'1ƒ (203.90'1ƒ (220.47'1ƒ ( 10.64' 1ƒ ( 86.66'1ƒ ( 29.51' 1ƒ ( 110.03' 1ƒ : 36.80' 1ƒ : 16.63'1ƒ :194.57'1ƒ :194.46'1ƒ : 61.04' 1ƒ : 40.09' 1ƒ : 12.50' 6ƒ : 127.87' ¨ ƒ  R=211.21' L=293.43' &% 6ƒ : C=270.40' 6ƒ : 78.72' 6ƒ ( 25.20' 6ƒ :194.11' 6ƒ : 12.08' 6ƒ : 32.96' ¨ ƒ  R=30.00' L=47.12' &% 6ƒ : C=42.43' 6ƒ ( 45.96' 1ƒ (1513.65' 6ƒ : 45.97' ¨ ƒ  R=2560.00' L=783.77' &% 6ƒ : C=780.71'6ƒ (245.16'¨ ƒ  R=408.29' L=168.71' &% 6ƒ : C=167.51' 6ƒ : 304.04' 6ƒ     : 213.5 7' ¨ ƒ  R=512.38' L=303.92' &% 1ƒ ( C=299.48' 1ƒ :898.42' 20' SEWER EASEMENT 424.18' 20'x20' WATER EASEMENT APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF EXISTING 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN PER PELOTON STUDY APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF EXISTING 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN PER PELOTON STUDY TRACT 3 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. 15' HIKE & BIKE TRAIL EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2883, D.R.D.C.T. (ABANDONED BY THIS PLAT) 1ƒ (192.63' 1ƒ (124.79' 1ƒ (120.85' 1ƒ ( 116.52' 1ƒ ( 112.58' 1ƒ     ( 126. 2 3' 1ƒ     ( 126. 2 3' 1ƒ ( 69.05' 1ƒ ( 65.11' 1ƒ ( 79.52' 6ƒ ( 32.68' 6ƒ ( 31.69'1ƒ :604.05'1ƒ :196.79'1ƒ :248.91'1ƒ : 106.42' 6ƒ : 46.41' 6ƒ ( 141.70' 1ƒ : 95.96' 6ƒ ( 35.74' 6ƒ : 11.50' 6ƒ ( 10.00' 1ƒ ( 11.50' 6ƒ : 11.50' 6ƒ ( 10.00' 1ƒ ( 11.50' 6ƒ : 17.00' 6ƒ ( 15.00' 1ƒ : 20.00' 1ƒ ( 18.99' 1ƒ ( 155.61'L3L4 L5 L9L10 L11 L12L13 L14 L15 L16L17L18L19 L20 L21 L22 L23 L24 L25 L26 L27 L28 L29 L30 L31 L32 34.90' 19.47' 1ƒ ( 48.87' LINE TABLE NO. L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 L9 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 BEARING 1ƒ ( 6ƒ ( 1ƒ : 1ƒ ( 6ƒ ( 6ƒ : 6ƒ ( 6ƒ : 6ƒ : 1ƒ : 1ƒ ( 6ƒ : 6ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 6ƒ ( LENGTH 7.00' 12.49' 12.49' 19.50' 10.00' 7.00' 22.21' 6.50' 19.50' 38.76' 17.00' 13.44' 10.00' 13.44' 31.78' 22.22' LINE TABLE NO. L17 L18 L19 L20 L21 L22 L23 L24 L25 L26 L27 L28 L29 L30 L31 L32 BEARING 1ƒ ( 1ƒ : 1ƒ ( 6ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 1ƒ : 1ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 1ƒ : 1ƒ ( 6ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 1ƒ ( 1ƒ ( LENGTH 15.00' 22.22' 53.00' 14.19' 12.50' 19.37' 11.03' 26.67' 15.45' 10.00' 15.45' 40.85' 50.60' 46.31' 52.61' 40.36' NOTES: 1.Bearing system based on the Texas Coordinate System of 1983, North Central Zone (4202), North American Datum of 1983. 2.The coordinates shown hereon are grid values. The combined scale factor utilized for this project is 0.999873440. 3.Approximately 10 acres within the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract No. 1154 and 61 acres within the Richard Eads Survey, Abstract No. 393. LEGEND: ǻ '(/7$$1*/(25&(175$/$1*/( P.O.B. = POINT OF BEGINNING P.O.C. = POINT OF COMMENCING O.R.D.C.T. = OFFICIAL RECORDS, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS DOC. NO. = INSTRUMENT NUMBER VOL. = VOLUME PG. = PAGE BDF = 5/8" IRON ROD WITH 3-1/2" BRASS DISK STAMPED "TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORATION" FOUND IRF = IRON ROD FOUND IRFC = IRON ROD WTH CAP FOUND PKF = PK NAIL FOUND GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 0100 50 100 200 1" = 100'@ 24X36 NORTH &RS\ULJKW‹ Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. All rights reserved DWG NAME: K:\DAL_SURVEY\063934067-PROJECT BLIZZARD\DWG\063934067-PROJECT BLIZZARD PP.DWG PLOTTED BYDUNN, STACY 5/10/2017 12:49 PM LAST SAVED5/10/2017 12:48 PMMATCHLINE (SEE SHEET 2)PRELIMINARY SITE EVALUATION SCHWAB AT LAKE TURNER ADDITION LOT 1, BLOCK A BEING 71.1394 ACRES SITUATED IN THE RICHARD EADS SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 393, AND THE JESSE SUTTON SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 1154, TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS EXISTING ZONING: PD3-5B PROPOSED ZONING: PD3-5B Scale Drawn by SRD1" = 100' Checked by Date Project No.Sheet No. Dallas, Texas 75251 12750 Merit Drive, Suite 1000 Tel. No. (972) 770-1300 Fax No. (972) 239-3820FIRM # 10115500 DAB APR. 2017 063934067 1 OF 2 MARSHALL DURANGO MONTER EY EYCHIMN SALID A SONO R A ROC K VILLAGECIMARRON TRAIL AM O S LA A PENNYHOWE WALNUTPINEGINFRONTOAKDE N T O N LOI S INE ZCROSBYJAMES HOWE DORMANPACIFICCAD E ELM PINE OAK SCHOOLINGLAKEVIEWASHUNIONLOIS BRANSON RICHY RANDY DERRELL SHERI ASHLEYOAKMONT TROPHY CLUB CITYLIMITCemetery MAIN RU S K BO W I E LA M A R REED PECANTURNERF ANN IN OAKMONTBranc h CR E E K COURTS OddfellowsWESTLAKEC W Turner LakeWALNUTPARRISH ROANOKECITYLIMIT BENSON0.1 0.60.61.20.10.20.8 ROAN OKE TROPHY CLUB WESTLAKE 118 1"=2000'VICINITY MAP SITE NORTH LINE TYPE LEGEND BOUNDARY LINE EASEMENT LINE BUILDING LINE WATER LINE SANITARY SEWER LINE STORM SEWER LINE UNDERGROUND GAS LINE OVERHEAD UTILITY LINE UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC LINE UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE LINE FENCE CONCRETE PAVEMENT ASPHALT PAVEMENT UGT UGE XXXXW SS GAS OHE OWNER: CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC C/O CHARLES SCHWAB & CO., INC., CORPORATE REAL ESTATE 2309 GRACY FARMS, AUSTIN, TX 78758 CONTACT - KATIE BLAIR katie.blair@schwab.com PH. 512-682-5859 ENGINEER: KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 12750 MERIT DRIVE DALLAS, TX 75251 Brad Moss, P.E. brad.moss@kimley-horn.com PH. 972-770-1346 TREE TABLE TAG#DBH COMMON SCIENTIFIC NAME NAME 3805 37.7 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 3806 31.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Forked 3807 21.4 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 3808 22.4 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 3809 6.0 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84306 30.3 post oak Quercus stellata Hazard Single 84307 38.9 pecan Carya illinoinensis Healthy Single 84308 40.7 hackberry Celtis laevigata Hazard Single 84309 12.2 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84310 11.1 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84311 33.5 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84312 33.0 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Forked 84313 21.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Multi 84314 33.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Declining Single 84315 26.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84316 15.4 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84317 19.7 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84318 12.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84319 17.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84320 17.2 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84321 17.3 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84322 12.2 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84323 9.1 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84324 13.7 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84325 18.9 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84326 33.0 hackberry Celtis laevigata Hazard Forked 84327 33.2 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84328 16.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Hazard Single 84329 10.0 Hercules-club Zanthoxylum clava-herculis Healthy Multi 84330 8.0 gum bumelia Sideroxylon lanuginosum Healthy Single 84331 10.3 hackberry Celtis laevigata Healthy Single 84332 9.5 hackberry Celtis laevigata Declining Single 84333 37.4 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84334 23.2 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84335 34.8 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84336 35.1 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84337 33.5 post oak Quercus stellata Hazard Single 84338 29.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84339 29.5 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84340 29.5 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84341 31.7 post oak Quercus stellata Hazard Single 84342 26.8 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84343 30.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84344 24.2 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84345 25.9 mesquite Prosopis glandulosa Healthy Multi 84346 26.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84347 31.0 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84348 29.1 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single 84349 30.5 post oak Quercus stellata Healthy Single CONDITION STEMS WWWWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" PKF PKF PKF BDF "TXDOT"JESSE GIBSON SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 493J. BACONSURVEYABSTRACTNUMBER 1565UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T.RICHARD EADS SURVEYABSTRACT NUMBER 393WESTLAKE RETAIL ASSOCIATES, LTD. DOC. NO. 1998-118649 O.R.D.C.T. O T T I N G E R R O A DSTATE HIGHWAY 170(A VARIABLE WIDTH R.O. W.) UNDERGROUND UTILITY EASEMENT VOL. 4247, PG. 2908 D.R.D.C.T. ZONED R-1 ZONED O ZONED PD3-5A TRACT 1 CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC DOC. NO. 2016-64107 O.R.D.C.T. LOT 1, BLOCK A 71.1394 ACRES 3,098,833 SQ. FT. ZONED PD3-5B PROPOSED USE: OFFICE HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583HW 2421 LAND, LP DOC. NO. 2009-55583 O.R.D.C.T. MARGARET B. LEE INST. NO. D208308067 O.P.R.T.C.T. 5/8" IRFC "PELOTON" 100' R.O.W. DEDICATION DOC. NO. ___________ O.R.D.C.T. 50' BUILDING SETBACK 25' BUILDING SETBACK APPROXIMATE LIMIT OF F.E.M.A. 100-YEAR FLOODPLAINPROPOSEDROADWAY X X X X X X X X XXXX 1ƒ :898.42' 1ƒ : 147.59' 1ƒ : 522.90'1ƒ (455.15'¨ ƒ  R=1215.00' L=1204.93' &% 1ƒ ( C=1156.16' 1ƒ : ¨ ƒ  R=1882.50' L=128.76' &% 6ƒ : C=128.73' NOTES: 1.Bearing system based on the Texas Coordinate System of 1983, North Central Zone (4202), North American Datum of 1983. 2.The coordinates shown hereon are grid values. The combined scale factor utilized for this project is 0.999873440. 3.Approximately 10 acres within the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract No. 1154 and 61 acres within the Richard Eads Survey, Abstract No. 393. LEGEND: ǻ '(/7$$1*/(25&(175$/$1*/( P.O.B. = POINT OF BEGINNING P.O.C. = POINT OF COMMENCING O.R.D.C.T. = OFFICIAL RECORDS, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS DOC. NO. = INSTRUMENT NUMBER VOL. = VOLUME PG. = PAGE BDF = 5/8" IRON ROD WITH 3-1/2" BRASS DISK STAMPED "TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORATION" FOUND IRF = IRON ROD FOUND IRFC = IRON ROD WTH CAP FOUND PKF = PK NAIL FOUND &RS\ULJKW‹ Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. All rights reserved PRELIMINARY SITE EVALUATION SCHWAB AT LAKE TURNER ADDITION LOT 1, BLOCK A BEING 71.1394 ACRES SITUATED IN THE RICHARD EADS SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 393, AND THE JESSE SUTTON SURVEY, ABSTRACT NUMBER 1154, TOWN OF WESTLAKE, DENTON COUNTY, TEXAS EXISTING ZONING: PD3-5B PROPOSED ZONING: PD3-5B DWG NAME: K:\DAL_SURVEY\063934067-PROJECT BLIZZARD\DWG\063934067-PROJECT BLIZZARD PP.DWG PLOTTED BYDUNN, STACY 5/10/2017 12:49 PM LAST SAVED5/10/2017 12:48 PMScale Drawn by SRD1" = 100' Checked by Date Project No.Sheet No. Dallas, Texas 75251 12750 Merit Drive, Suite 1000 Tel. No. (972) 770-1300 Fax No. (972) 239-3820FIRM # 10115500 DAB APR. 2017 063934067 2 OF 2 GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET 0100 50 100 200 1" = 100'@ 24X36 NORTH MATCHLINE (SEE SHEET 1)OWNER'S CERTIFICATE STATE OF TEXAS † COUNTY OF DENTON † WHEREAS CS Kinross Lake Parkway LLC is the owner of a tract of land situated in the Jesse Sutton Survey, Abstract No. 1154 and the Richard Eads Survey, Abstract No. 393, Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas and being all of two tracts of land described as Tract 1 and Tract 3 in Special Warranty Deed to CS Kinross Lake Parkway LLC, recorded in Document No. 2016-64107, Official Records of Denton County, Texas and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found in the south right-of-way line of Proposed Roadway (a 100-foot wide right-of-way) at the northeast corner of said Tract 1; THENCE with the east line of said Tract 1, the following courses and distances to wit: South ƒ  West, a distance of 45.97 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of ƒ  a radius of 2560.00 feet, a chord EHDULQJDQGGLVWDQFHRI6RXWKƒ :HVWIHHW In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 783.77 feet to a point for corner; 6RXWKƒ (DVWDGLVWDQFHRIIHHWWRDSRLQWLQDODNHDWWKHVRXWKHDVWFRUQHURIVDLG7UDFW THENCE with the south line of said Tract 1, the following courses and distances to wit: South ƒ  West, a distance of 127.87 feet to a point in a lake at the beginning of a non-tangent curve to the right having a central angle of ƒ  a radius of 211.21 feet, a chord bearing and distance of South ƒ :HVWIHHW In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 293.43 feet to a point in a lake for corner; 6RXWKƒ :HVWDGLVWDQFHRIIHHWWRDSRLQWLQDODNHIRUFRUQHU 6RXWKƒ (DVWDGLVWDQFHRIIHHWWRDSRLQWLQDODNHIRUFRUQHU South ƒ  West, a distance of 194.11 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found at the southeast corner of said Tract 3; THENCE with the south line of said Tract 3, the following courses and distances to wit: South ƒ  West, a distance of 213.57 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set for corner; South ƒ  West, a distance of 304.04 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set at the southwest corner of said Tract 3 and at the beginning of a non-tangent curve to the right having a central angle RIƒ DUDGLXVRIIHHWDFKRUGEHDULQJDQGGLVWDQFHRI6RXWKƒ :HVWIHHW THENCE with the south line of said Tract 1, the following courses and distances to wit: In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 168.71 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped "KHA" set for corner; 6RXWKƒ :HVWDGLVWDQFHRIIHHWWRDLURQURGZLWKSODVWLFFDSVWDPSHG.+$VHWIRUFRUQHU South ƒ  West, a distance of 32.96 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of ƒ  a radius of 30.00 feet, a chord EHDULQJDQGGLVWDQFHRI6RXWKƒ :HVWIHHW In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 47.12 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with SODVWLFFDSVWDPSHG3(/2721´IRXQGIRUFRUQHU South ƒ  East, a distance of 45.96 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found for corner; North ƒ  West, a distance of 898.42 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of ƒ  a radius of 1882.50 feet, a FKRUGEHDULQJDQGGLVWDQFHRI6RXWKƒ :HVWIHHW In a southwesterly direction, with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 128.76 feet to a "PK" nail found for corner in the northeast line of a tract of land described in deed to Margaret B. Lee, recorded in Instrument No. D208308067, Official Public Records of Tarrant County, Texas; THENCE with said northeast line, the following courses and distances to wit: 1RUWKƒ :HVWDGLVWDQFHRIIHHWWRD3.QDLOIRXQGIRUFRUQHU North ƒ  West, a distance of 522.90 feet to a "PK" nail found at the southwest corner of the westerly terminus of said Proposed Roadway and at the westernmost corner of said Tract 1; THENCE departing said northeast line and with the south line of said Proposed Roadway, the following courses and distances to wit: North ƒ  East, a distance of 455.15 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the right having a central angle of ƒ  a radius of 1215.00 feet, a FKRUGEHDULQJDQGGLVWDQFHRI1RUWKƒ (DVWIHHW In a northeasterly direction, with said curve to the right, an arc distance of 1204.93 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with SODVWLFFDSVWDPSHG3(/2721´IRXQGIRUFRUQHU North ƒ  East, a distance of 1513.65 feet to a 5/8" iron rod with plastic cap stamped 3(/2721´ found at the beginning of a tangent curve to the left having a central angle of ƒ  a radius of 512.38 feet, a FKRUGEHDULQJDQGGLVWDQFHRI1RUWKƒ (DVWIHHW In a northeasterly direction with said curve to the left, an arc distance of 303.92 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING and containing 71.1394 acres or 3,098,833 square feet of land. OWNER'S DEDICATION STATE OF TEXAS † COUNTY OF DENTON † NOW, THEREFORE, KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC, does hereby adopt this plat, designating the herein above described property as SCHWAB AT LAKE TURNER ADDITION, an addition to the Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas. The easements thereon are hereby reserved for the purposes indicated, and in accordance With the easement documents filed with the Town of Westlake and Denton County. The utility and fire lane easements shall be open to fire and police units, garbage and rubbish collection agencies and the public and private utilities for which the easement is reserved, and as specifically approved by the Town of Westlake for the use of a particular easement. The maintenance of paving or any other surface on the utility and fire lane easements is the sole responsibility of the property owner. No buildings, or other permanent improvements shall be constructed, reconstructed or placed upon, over or across the easements as shown. said easements being hereby reserved for use and accommodation of all public utilities for which the easement is reserved, and as specifically approved by the Town of Westlake. Any public utility for which the easement is reserved, and as specifically approved by the Town of Westlake to use a particular easement shall have the right to remove and keep removed all or part of any buildings or other improvements which in any way may endanger or interfere with the construction, maintenance, or efficiency of its system in the easement and that public utility shall at all times have full right of ingress and egress upon the easement for the purpose of constructing, reconstructing, inspecting, patrolling, and maintaining and adding to or removing all or part of its system, subject to complying with all ordinances, rules, regulations and resolutions of the Town of Westlake, Texas, and in accordance with the easement documents filed with the Town of Westlake and Denton County. The Town of Westlake, Texas, and the public utility shall have the right of ingress and egress to private property for the purpose of reading meters, maintenance and service required or ordinarily performed by that utility. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this plat, the owners, for themselves and their successors and assigns, reserve and retain the right to grant other rights and easements across, over or under the easement tract(s) to such other persons as the owners deem proper, provided such other grants are subject to the easements to the Town of Westlake granted in this plat or the easement documents, and the uses granted do not materially interfere with the use of said easements by the Town of Westlake for the purposes set forth herein and the town approves said additional easements or additional uses in writing. any damages to facilities located in said easements as a result of the use granted to such other person shall be promptly repaired by such other person, and the Town of Westlake shall have no responsibility for any damage to such other person's facilities in connection with the use of said easement by the Town of Westlake. In addition, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this plat, the owners, and their successors and assigns, may use the easement tract(s) identified in the easement documents, and shown within the boundaries of the platted property for paving, pedestrian walkway, parking, landscaping and aerial improvement purposes (the "improvements"), which do not materially interfere with or prevent the use by the Town of Westlake of said easements for the purposes set forth herein. Any damages to facilities located in the easements identified on the platted property as a result of such uses shall be promptly repaired by the then-current owner of the platted property that caused such damage, and the Town of Westlake shall have no responsibility for any damages to the improvements in connection with the use of said easements by the Town of Westlake. This plat approved subject to all platting ordinances, rules, regulations, and resolutions of the Town of Westlake, Tarrant County, Texas. WITNESS, my hand, this the ______ day of ______________, 2017. CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC ____________________________________________ By: ____________________________________________ TITLE: STATE OF TEXAS † COUNTY OF DENTON † BEFORE ME, the undersigned, a notary public in and for said county and state, on this day personally appeared ___________________, known to me to be the one whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this _____ day of_________________ 2017. _______________________________________ Notary Public in and for the State of Texas APPROVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS on this the _____ day of ______________, 2017. ATTEST: ____________________________ Mayor ____________________________ Town Secretary REVIEWED BY: ________________________________________ TOWN ATTORNEY ________________________________________ TOWN ENGINEER 6859(<25¶6&(57,),&$7,21 KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: THAT I, Dana Brown, do hereby certify that I prepared this plat from an actual and accurate survey of the land and that the corner monuments shown thereon were properly placed under my personal supervision in accordance with the platting ordinances, rules, regulations and resolutions of the Town of Westlake, Denton County, Texas. Dated this the __________ day of ___________________________, 2017. ________________________________ DANA BROWN REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR NO. 5336 KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOC., INC. 12750 MERIT DRIVE, SUITE 1000 DALLAS, TEXAS 75251 972-770-1300 dana.brown@kimley-horn.com 67$7(2)7(;$6† &2817<2)'$//$6† BEFORE ME, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for the said County and State, on this day personally appeared Dana Brown known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purpose therein expressed and under oath stated that the statements in the foregoing certificate are true. *,9(181'(50<+$1'$1'6($/2)2)),&(WKLVBBBBBBBBBBBBGD\RIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB _______________________________________ Notary Public in and for the State of Texas I OETATS SAX ETF DANA BROWN R E G ISTERE D 5336 OWNER: CS KINROSS LAKE PARKWAY LLC C/O CHARLES SCHWAB & CO., INC., CORPORATE REAL ESTATE 2309 GRACY FARMS, AUSTIN, TX 78758 CONTACT - KATIE BLAIR katie.blair@schwab.com PH. 512-682-5859 ENGINEER: KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC. 12750 MERIT DRIVE DALLAS, TX 75251 Brad Moss, P.E. brad.moss@kimley-horn.com PH. 972-770-1346 APPROVED BY THE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS on this the _____ day of ______________, 2017. ATTEST: ____________________________ Chairman ____________________________ Town Secretary LINE TYPE LEGEND BOUNDARY LINE EASEMENT LINE BUILDING LINE WATER LINE SANITARY SEWER LINE STORM SEWER LINE UNDERGROUND GAS LINE OVERHEAD UTILITY LINE UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC LINE UNDERGROUND TELEPHONE LINE FENCE CONCRETE PAVEMENT ASPHALT PAVEMENT UGT UGE XXXXW SS GAS OHE Planning and Zoning Item # 6 – Adjournment Regular Session Back up material has not been provided for this item.