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Knolls at Solana PresentationProject Update –December 2018 The Knolls at Solana –Front Entry Image The Knolls at Solana –Front Entry Image The Knolls at Solana –Solana Trail Sections The Knolls at Solana –Pavilion/Bocce Court The Knolls at Solana –Builder Slate Larry Stewart Custom Homes U/C 10 sites PentaVia Custom Homes U/C 6 sites Atwood Custom Homes U/C 5 sites Heritage Custom Homes U/C 5 sites Garabedian Custom Homes U/C 5 sites DeCavitte Custom Homes U/C 4 sites Elizabeth Ryan Homes In Neg 3 sites Private Buyers U/C 6 sites Available 12 sites The Knolls at Solana –Town Benefits •Conservancy Land Donation –22.9 acres •Parkland (Mayor’s Hill) Donation –11.0 acres •Community Private Open Space –9.0 acres •$280,000 Donation to Town of Westlak for Westlake Academy •$100,000 Donation for Park Improvements •$10,000 Donation to Westlake Public Arts Committee •Upgrade of Solana Boulevard Trail •Installation of Solana Boulevard median landscaping The Knolls at Solana –Construction Safety •SWPPP (Erosion Control Permit) has been filed with the State •Double construction fencing along interior ROW •Smaller construction equipment –street ROW clearing/grading only •Construction entry up existing driveway •On-site Fill and Material storage areas identified •Off-site construction parking at the Health Club •Regular Solana Boulevard street cleaning scheduled •Bi-Weekly meetings proposed with Town Staff The Knolls at Solana –Construction Timeline •December 2018 Construction Start Install Conservation Fence Install Tree Protection •January 2019 Grading Start (ROW only) •February 2019 Public Utility Installation Start •May 2019 Street Paving Start •July 2019 Street Paving Complete Duct Bank Installation Start •September 2019 Landscaping Start •November 2019 Project Construction Complete The Knolls at Solana –Design Guidelines •Prepared by Stocker Hoesterey Montenegro Architects •Two full reviews completed with Town Staff and Robin McCaffery •Strict requirements for quality design, construction, massing, materials and visual connection to the natural environment and topography •Architectural Control enforced by Architectural Control Committee with SHM Architect represented •Similar to Vaquero, Design Review process has five steps: Pre-Design, Preliminary Design, Final Design, Construction Observation, and Completion Review