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Item 12

CITY COUNCil

REPORT

Meeting Date: General Plan Element: General Plan Goal:

December 10, 2013 Land Use Create synergy within mixed-use neighborhoods

ACTION Scottsdale's Museum of the West 2-ZN-2000#4 8-UP-2013 Request to consider the following: 1. Adopt Ordinance No. 4118 approving a zoning district map amendment from Downtown/Residential Hotel Type - 2 Planned Blocl< Development Downtown Overlay (D/RH-2 PBD DO) and Downtown/Office Commercial Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/OC-2 PBD DO) to Downtown/Downtown Multiple Use Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/DMU-2 PBD DO) including amending of an existing and approving a new Development Plan, finding that the Planned Block Development Overlay criteria have been met, and determine that the proposed zoning district map amendment, is consistent and conforms with the adopted General Plan on 2.7+/- acres located at 7084 E. 2nd St., 3830 N. Marshall Way, and 3840 N. Marshall Way 2. Adopt Resolution No. 9589 approving the Municipal Use Master Site Plan to accommodate a proposed cultural institution on 2.7+/- acre site of City owned properties located at 7084 E. 2nd St., 3830 N. Marshall Way, and 3840 N. Marshall Way. 3. Adopt Resolution No. 9566 declaring "Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan", as a public record.

Key Items for Consideration •

Consistency with the General Plan



Consistency with the Downtown Plan

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Planned Block Development Criteria Planning Commission heard this case on November 13, 2013 and recommended approval with a unanimous vote of 6-0.

General Location Map

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city Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 & 8-UP-2013)

OWNER City of Scottsdale 480-312-2367

APPLICANT CONTACT Gary Meyer and Bill Peifer City of Scottsdale 480-312-2367

LOCATION 7084 East 2nd Street, 3830 North Marshall Way, and 3840 North Marshall Way

BACKGROUND General Plan The Land Use Element of the General Plan designates the site area as Mixed-Use Neighborhoods (Attachment #5). This category Includes higher density residential, office and retail uses. MixedUse Neighborhoods are also characterized by being located In areas having multiple modes of transportation available. In addition, the site areas are located in a growth area, as designated by the Growth Areas Element of the General Plan. The purpose of this designation is to approach "...growth management from a perspective of..." identifying those "...areas of the community that are most appropriate for development focus [that] will best accommodate future growth...." The Growth Areas are intended to encourage development in a mixed-use environment.

Character Area Plan The Downtown Future Land Use map of the Downtown Plan designates the site as Downtown Multiple Use Type 2 (Attachment #6.) within the Main Street Conceptual Urban Neighborhood. This land use is characterized to "Encourage new development, redevelopment and infill that strengthens Downtown Scottsdale's mix of uses and activities..." (LU 2.5) that are primarily of mutually supportive.

Zoning The site is currently zoned Downtown/Residential Hotel Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay {D/RH-2 PBD DO), and Downtown/Office Commercial Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/OC-2 PBD DO). These sub-district designations allow a full range retail and service use, office, travel accommodations, cultural facilities, municipal, and residential uses. The proposed zoning is Downtown/Downtown Multiple Use Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/DMU-2 PBD DO), which has similar uses that are consistent with the Downtovvn/Office Commercial sub-district.

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city Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 & 8-UP-2013) Other Related Policies, References: Downtown Plan Resolution No. 6002 City Council approval of the Architectural Service Contract for master planning (February 4, 2002) and program of cultural facility (Scottsdale Fleischer Museum and western museum) in the Downtown, Contract No. 2002-095-COS. Contract was terminated in November, 2002. 2-ZN-2000 (March 11, 2002)

Approval of the Loloma Mixed Use Development Zoning District Map Amendment and Development Plan that contained an unspecified cultural facility (Planning Commission and City Council voted unanimously, to approve the application.)

9-UP-2000 (March 11, 2002)

Approval of a Conditional Use Permit for an unspecified cultural facility (Planning Commission and City Council voted unanimously, to approve the application.)

Resolution No. 6027 Approval Loloma redevelopment agreement which included a cultural facility (March 11, 2002) to be developed within the Loloma redevelopment area. Contract No. 2002024-COS. Fiscal Year 2004 budget Including $7.5 million in City capital funds. February 3, 2004

The City Council authorized Buffalo Bill Historical Center Fundraising Feasibility Study. This study concluded there was a strong interest in a western museum. The Buffalo Bill Historical Center withdrew from the project in November, 2004.

September 20,2005 The feasibility study for the Scottsdale's Museum of the West Feasibility Study presented to the City Council. March 27, 2006

Scottsdale's Museum of the West Feasibility Study presented to the City Council that supported the concept of the museum.

Resolution No. 7166 City Council approval of the Architectural Service Contract for the Scottsdale (April 10, 2007) Museum of the West, Contract No. 2007-057-COS. Approval of the modification to the Loloma Mixed Use Development Plan and 2-ZN-2000##3 (September 9, 2008) Site Development Standards to accommodate the Scottsdale's Museum of the West. (Planning Commission and City Council voted unanimously, to approve the application.) Resolution No. 7821 City Council approved a development agreement between the City of Scottsdale and the Scottsdale's Museum of the West, Inc. to develop a (January 13, 2009) museum in the Downtown. This agreement was terminated January, 2012 (Contract No. 2008-201-COS). March 29, 2011

Downtowri Task Force Downtown Plan Implementation Recommendations specifically included the need for a museum of western art and history.

September 20, 2011 Tourism Development Commission recommended to reserve a ten-percent (10%) allocation of the city's portion of Tourism Development Program funds as long-term debt support for a western art and history museum.

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City Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 & 8-UP-2013) October 18, 2011

City Council directed staff to develop a lease for consideration for City Council approval and to reserve a ten-percent (10%) allocation of the city's portion of the Tourism Development Program funds as long-term debt support for a western art and history museum project.

January 2012

Proposals (RFP) issued by the City to the public for the development of a western art and history museum in downtown Scottsdale. The RFP was designed to Identify an organization to operate a to-be-built museum. The RFP closed on May 17, 2012 with no submissions received.

March 6, 2012

Extension of October 25, 2011 City Council action (Ordinance No. 3954) to reserve bed tax through July 31, 2012 for long-term debt support for a western art and history museum project.

May 25, 2012

Request for Qualifications issued by the City to the public for a Downtown cultural park that would include a western themed museum and an additional cultural venue that complements the museum.

June 19, 2012

Tourism Development Commission voted to recommend to the City Council allocating a portion of the city's Tourism Development Program funds.

Resolution No. 9086 Destination Marketing Services Agreement with Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc. to market the city which may include such projects as the (June 19,2012) Scottsdale's Museum of the West (Contract No. 2012-053-COS).

October 2, 2012

City Council directed staff to initiate the development of an operating agreement with Scottsdale's Museum of the West, Inc. for the operation of a western museum, and develop fmancial plan for the museum.

Resolution No. 9285 Approval of Design build manager pre-construction services Contract No. (February 26, 2013) 2013-002-COS, including budget appropriations and municipal public corporation bond funding for construction. Resolution No. 9307 Museum Management Agreement with Scottsdale's Museum of the West, {February 26, 2013) Inc., including operating and debt service funding (Contract No. 2013-025COS). Ordinance No. 4071 City Council waived any self-imposed limitations on bed tax funding available (February 26, 2013) to a single project In order to allow the construction of the Scottsdale's Museum of the West.

June 12, 2013

Planning Commission initiated a Municipal Use Master Site Plan.

October 17, 2013

Development Review Board provide a recommendation to the Planning Commission and City Council to approve the proposed Development Plan for the Zoning District Map Amendment (Case No. 2-ZN-2000#4), and the proposed Municipal Use Master Site Plan (8-UP-2013), with vote 6-0.

Context Located on the northwest corner of the intersection of North Marshall Way and East 2"** Street, the site is generally surrounded by commercial, office, parking, residential and retail uses. Please refer

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City Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 & 8-UP-2013) to context graphics attached.

APPLICANTS PROPOSAL Goal/Purpose of Request The applicant's request is for the approval of the proposed Zoning District Map Amendment, Development Plan and Municipal Use Master Site Plan (MUMSP) to accommodate a proposed cultural institution and the re-purpose the existing transit center. Located on the northwest corner of the intersection of North Marshall Way and East 2nd Street, the proposed Zoning District Map Amendment, Development Plan and MUMSP Is to accommodate Scottsdale's Museum of the West that will include an adaptive reuse of the Loloma Transit Station, which will be incorporated into the museum. The Loloma Planned Block Development (PBD) (Attachment #8 (2-ZN-200O and 2-ZN-2000#3)) and the Conditional Use Permit (9-UP-2000) for an unspecified cultural facility was contemplated on the parcels identified in the Development Plan-as parcels E and F-in addition to the transit station that existed at the time of the original approval. In 2004, the unspecified cultural facility was contemplated to be a western museum upon completion of a use feasibility study. The City explored several options to create the western museum, which ended with the Scottsdale's Museum of the West Feasibility Study In March 2006. Between April, 2007 and February, 2009, the City Council entered into an Architectural Service Contract, approved modification to the Loloma Mixed Use Development Plan to accommodate the proposed design, and an entered into development agreement for the development and operation of the proposed museum. In January 2012, the development agreement for the development and operation of the proposed museum was terminated. In May, 2012 the City issued a Request for Qualifications for cultural park that would include a western-themed museum and an additional cultural venue to complements the museum. The Scottsdale's Museum of the West, Inc. was the sole respondent to the Request for Qualifications. In October, 2012 the City Council directed staff to develop an operating agreement with Scottsdale's Museum of the West, Inc. for consideration by the Council. In February of this year, the City Council approved a Museum Management Agreement (Contract No. 2013-025-COS) with Scottsdale's Museum of the West, Inc., funding, and Design Build Manager Pre-Construction Services Contract for the construction of the museum. The MUMSP, in conjunction with a separate Zoning District Map Amendment to amend the previously approved site plans of the Loloma Mixed Use Development Plan (2-ZN-2000 and 2-ZN2000^^3) are the first steps in the zoning process necessary to accommodate the current proposal. Upon fmallzatlon of these applications, the final design of the proposed Scottsdale's Museum of the West will subsequently be reviewed by the Development Review Board for approval.

Development Information •

Existing Use:

Vacant building, vacant lot and underground parking garage.



Proposed Use:

Cultural institution-Museum



Parcel Size:

118,479 square feet / 2.72 acres

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City Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 & 8-UP-2013) •

Gross Floor Area Ratio Allowed:

1.8



Gross Floor Area Ratio Proposed: 0.16



Building Height Allowed:

66 feet. Including rooftop appurtenances



Building Height Proposed:

50 feet, including rooftop appurtenances



Parking Required:

111 spaces



Parking Provided:

130 spaces



Open Space Required:

0



Open Space Provided:

55,202 square feet / 1.27 acres

IMPACT ANALYSIS Land Use The proposed primary land use for the site area Is a Museum, which is an allowed use in the proposed zoning designation of Downtown / Downtown Multiple Use -Type 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/DMU-2 PBD DO). The applicant's narrative includes a comprehensive summary of the proposed development and how the requested zoning conforms to the polices of the General and Downtown Plans. The Land Use Element of the General Plan designates the site as Mixed-Use Neighborhoods; and, the Downtown Plan's Downtown Future Land Use map designates the site as Downtown Multiple Use Type 2. The General and Downtown Plan's designations encourages higher density housing combined with, office, retail uses, and other uses that are compactable in new developments, redevelopment and infill that strengthen the Downtown's mix of uses and activities through mutually supportive land uses. Situated on the northwest corner of North Marshall Way and East 2"'' Street, the proposed cultural institution is part of the Loloma PBD (Attachment #8) redevelopment that was originally approved by City Council on March 11, 2002. The Loloma PBD incorporates several existing and proposed land uses that would accomplish the mixed use intent of the General and Downtown Plan's designations. The proposed cultural institution was contemplated as part of the Loloma PBD, and the proposed zoning district (D/DMU-2 PBD DO) would accommodate the use.

Municipal Use Master Site Plan In accordance with Section 1.501 of the Zoning Ordinance, the Development Review Board and Planning Commission shall review and make a recommendation to the City Council regarding a proposed MUMSP for any site larger than 1 acre of gross lot area. The Zoning Ordinance does not have specific MUMSP criteria. When evaluating a MUMSP, staff encourages the Planning Commission to evaluate and provide a recommendation pertaining to proposed plan and the compatibility of the proposed use to the adjacent and abutting developments. The proposed modifications to the existing Loloma PBD would affect Parcels E, F, and the Transit Center, as shown on Attachment #8. As indicated on the Attachment #8, limited descriptive information is provided on this plan to be utilized as a reference for future development, except

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City Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 8i 8-UP-2013) that it is anticipated Parcels B, C, and D would be residential in a mixed-use development. The City owns Parcels B, C, and D, and at this time, the City Council has not established future development plans for these parcels. For your reference. Attachment #8 show the existing conditions and uses of the constructed development on parcels A and G, the proposed development plan for Parcels E, F, and the Transit Center, and the location Parcels B, C, and D. Planned Block Development Overlay Criteria Analysis In accordance with Section 6.1304.A. of the Zoning Ordinance, the Planning Commission shall make a recommendation to the City Council regarding the proposed Development Plan (Exhibit A to Attachment 3) based on the following criteria for development in the Type 2 Area of the Downtown Area: 1. Standard criteria: a. The proposed development supports the land use elements of General Plan and the Downtown Plan. •

The Land Use Element of the General Plan designates the site areas as Mixed-Use Neighborhoods, and the Downtown Plan designates the site area as Downtown Multiple Use Type 2. These categories include higher density residential, office and retail uses. The Loloma PBD is a combination of residential and non-residential uses that has access to multiple modes of transportation (vehicular, bike, and trolley circulator). The proposed modification to the existing Loloma PBD would maintain conformity to the General and Downtown Plan designations, while incorporating revitallzation of the existing properties, the adaptive reuse of the existing transit center, and leisure and civic opportunities (DP LU 1, DP LU 7 and DP LU 7.1).



The proposed Museum assists In achieving the General and Downtown Plan's goals and policies to strengthen the City's role as a major cultural center with diverse cultural activities in the symbolic center of the community (GP LU 1, DP LU 1, and DP AC DP AC 1, DP AC 1.2).



Generally centered in the Main Street Conceptual Neighborhood, the proposed Museum will assist in providing a civic use in the neighborhood. In addition, the transit center site area north of the existing building will be reconfigured in to an inviting public realm and open space area that is anticipated to incorporate public artwork (DP LU 5.2, DP LU 5.3, and DP LU 5.6).

2. Criteria to add land uses to Table 5.3005.D., Land Uses for Each Sub-district of the Downtown District: a. Each proposed land use helps maintain a balance of land uses in the Downtown Area in accordance with the Downtown Plan. b. Each proposed land use is compatible with the adjacent development, and strengthens the mix of land uses and activities in the Downtown Area. c. Each proposed land use substantially implements the pedestrian oriented, twenty-four (24) hour downtoy^/n community goals of the Downtown Plan.

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Cfty Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 & 8-UP-2013) • > Criterion 2 pertains to adding additional land uses to Table 5.3005.D., Land Uses for Each Sub-district of the Downtown District. The proposed Development Plan does not Include added any additional land uses; therefore, this criterion is not applicable. 3. Criteria to achieve bonus(es): a. The proposed Development Plan reflects noteworthy Investments to provide public benefits, improve the quality of life in the community, and assist in achieving the goals and policies of the General Plan, Downtown Plan and City objectives, primarily In the Immediate vicinity of the neighborhood where the development will be located. •

Criterion 3 pertains to obtaining development standard bonuses for building height, gross floor area, and density. The proposed Development Plan does not include a request for development standard bonuses; therefore, this criterion is not applicable.

Traffic The site is located northwest corner of the Intersection of East Z"'' Street and North Marshall Way. Both East 2"'' Street and North Marshall Way are downtown local commercial streets with on-street parking. Vehicular access to the site is provided from East 2"^ Street and North Marshall Way and the alley adjacent to the north property line. Vehicular access to the existing parking garage is from the alley adjacent to the north property line of the site. A cultural institution was contemplated in the original Loloma PBD approved by City Council in March, 2002 (2-ZN-2000). The Transportation Department has reviewed the application and has determined that the proposed plan will not negatively impact the capacity of the affected streets. Parking Parking for the proposed cultural institution will be provided In the public parking garage that was constructed as part of the public improvements completed with Phase 1 of the Loloma PBD. The total number of parking spaces required for the proposed Museum is 111 spaces and there are 130 parking spaces in the parking garage. The parking garage was constructed to replace a 26 space parking lot that was constructed as part of the East - West Main Improvement District. The parking lot was removed in anticipation of the proposed cultural facility. This parking garage provides additional public parking to serve the area, as well as the proposed cultural facility.

Water/Sewer The City's Water Resources Department has reviewed this application and has determined that there is adequate water and waste water services to serve the development. Public Safety The Fire Department has reviewed this application and has determined that there is adequate ability to provide fire and emergency services to the development. The nearest fire station is located at 7522 East Indian School Road. Open Space The site is not required to provjde open space in the Downtown district, although the proposed site plan Indicates approximately 55,202 square feet of open space. The majority of the open space is situated between and around the south building elevation and the transit center building.

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City Council Report | Scottsdale's Museum of the West (2-ZN-2000#4 & 8-UP-2013)

Community Involvement Staff and the applicant have mailed notifications to property owners within 750 feet of the site, and the applicant held an open house on June 13, 2013. A copy of the applicant's Citizen Involvement Report is included as Attachment U7. Staff has received several phone inquiries regarding this proposal with general questions; all have been supportive of the application.

OTHER BOARDS & COMMISSIONS Development Review Board The Development Review Board recommended to the Planning Commission and City Council to approve the proposed Development Plan for the Zoning District Map Amendment (Case No. 2-ZN2000#4), and the proposed Municipal Use Master Site Plan (8-UP-2013) with a vote of 6-0. Staffs analysis of the Development Review Board's criteria for the proposed Development Plan is attached as, Attachment #9.

Planning Commission Planning Commission heard these cases on November 13, 2013 and reconrimended approval with a unanimous vote of 6-0.

OPTIONS & STAFF RECOMMENDATION Recommended Approach: 1. Adopt Ordinance No. 4118 approving a zoning district map amendment from Downtown/Residential Hotel Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/RH2 PBD DO) and Downtown/Office Commercial Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/OC-2 PBD DO) to Downtown/Downtown Multiple Use Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/DMU-2 PBD DO) including amending of an existing and approving a new Development Plan, finding that the Planned Block Development Overlay criteria have been met, and determine that the proposed zoning district map amendment, is consistent and conforms with the adopted General Plan on 2.7+/- acres located at 7084 E. 2nd St., 3830 N. Marshall Way, and 3840 N. Marshall Way 2. Adopt Resolution No. 9589 approving the Municipal Use Master Site Plan to accommodate a proposed cultural institution on 2.7+/- acre site of City owned properties located at 7084 E. 2nd St., 3830 N. Marshall Way, and 3840 N. Marshall Way. 3. Adopt Resolution No. 9566 declaring "Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan", as a public record.

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT(S) Economic Development Department Planning, Neighborhood and Transportation Current Planning Services

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Public Works Capital Project Management

STAFF CONTACT Dan Symer, AlCP Senior Planner 480-312-4218 E-mail: [email protected]

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APEROVl

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11 Tim Curtis, A ^ P , Current Planning Director

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480-312-4210, [email protected]

istrator orhood and Transportation 64, [email protected]

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ATTACHMENTS 1.

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4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Ordinance No. 4118 Exhibit 1. Stipulations for 2-ZN-2000#4 Exhibit 2. Zoning Map Resolution No. 9589 Exhibit 1. Context Aerial Exhibit 2. Municipal Master Site Plan Exhibit 3. Stipulations for 8-UP-2013 Resolution No. 9566 Exhibit A. "Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan" Aerial Close-Up General Plan Map Downtown Future Land Use Map Citizen Involvement Report Loloma Existing, Proposed, and Future Combined PBD Plan Staff's analysis of the Development Review Board's criteria for the Development Plan November 13, 2013 Planning Commission Meeting Minutes

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ORDINANCE NO. 4118

AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA. AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 455, THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE, BY AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF CHANGING THE ZONING ON THE "DISTRICT MAP" TO ZONING APPROVED IN CASE NO. 2-ZN-2000#4 FROM DOWNTOWN/RESIDENTIAL HOTEL TYPE - 2 PLANNED BLOCK DEVELOPMENT DOWNTOWN OVERLAY (D/RH-2 PBD DO) AND DOWNTOWN/OFFICE COMMERCIAL TYPE - 2 PLANNED BLOCK DEVELOPMENT DOWNTOWN OVERLAY (D/OC-2 PBD DO) TO DOWNTOWN/DOWNTOWN MULTIPLE USE TYPE - 2 PLANNED BLOCK DEVELOPMENT DOWNTOWN OVERLAY (D/DMU-2 PBD DO) INCLUDING AMENDING AN EXISTING AND APPROVING A NEW DEVELOPMENT PLAN ON 2.7+/- ACRES LOCATED AT 7084 E. 2"° ST.. 3830 N. MARSHALL WAY, AND 3840 N. MARSHALL WAY.

WHEREAS, the Development Review Board held a hearing on October 17. 2013 WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a hearing on November 13, 2013; WHEREAS, the City Council held a hearing on December 10, 2013; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the Planned Block Development Overlay criteria have been met; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the proposed development is in substantial harmony with the General Plan of the City of Scottsdale and will be coordinated with existing and planned development; and WHEREAS, it is now necessary that the comprehensive zoning map of the City of Scottsdale ("District Map") be amended to conform with the decision of the Scottsdale City Council in Case No. 2-ZN-2000#4. BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Scottsdale, as follows: Section 1. That the "District Map" adopted as a part of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Scottsdale, showing the zoning district boundaries, is amended by rezoning a 2.7 +/- acre located at 7084 E. 2"*" St.. 3830 N. Marshall Way, and 3840 N. Marshall Way and marked as "Site" (the Property) on the map attached as Exhibit 2, incorporated herein by reference, from Downtown/Residential Hotel Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/RH-2 PBD DO) and Downtown/Office Commercial Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overlay (D/OC-2 PBD DO) to Downtown/Downtown Multiple Use Type - 2 Planned Block Development Downtown Overiay (D/DMU-2 PBD DO) including amending an existing and approving a new Development Plan. 11734423v2

Ordinance No. 4118 Page 1 of 2 ATTACHMENT #1

Section 2. That the above rezoning approval is conditioned upon compliance with all stipulations attached hereto as Exhibit 1 and incorporated herein by reference.

PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Council of the City of Scottsdale this 10*'' day of December. 2013. ATTEST:

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE. an Arizona Municipal Corporation

By: Carolyn dagger City Clerk

By: W.J. "Jim" Lane Mayor

APPROVED AS TO FORM: OFFICE OF THE CITY ATTORNEY-^ By: Bruce Washburn. City Attorney By: Sherry R. Scott, Deputy City Attorney

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Stipulations for the Zoning Application: Scottsdale's Museum of ttie West Case Number: 2-ZN-2000#4 These stipulations are in order to protect the public health, safety, welfare, and the City of Scottsdale. GOVERNANCE 1. APPLICABILITY. The stipulations of this case, 2-Z|\J-2000*f4, are limited to Parcels E and F and the Transit Parcel, as shown on the Loloma PBD Parcel Plan included as part of the Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan, and shall supersede the stipulations of cases 2-ZN-2000 and 2-ZN-2000#3 pertaining to these parcels. 2. APPLICABILITY. All stipulations of case 2-ZN-2000 shall continue to apply for Parcels A through D, and G, as shown on the Loloma PBD Parcel Plan included as part of the Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan. SITE DESIGN 3. CONFORMANCE TO DEVELOPMENT PLAN. Development shall conform with the Development Plan, entitled "Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan," which is on file with the City Clerk and made a public record by Resolution No. 9566 and incorporated into these stipulations and ordinance by reference as if fully set forth herein. 4. CONFORMANCE TO DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS. Development shall conform with the development standards that are included as part of the Development Plan. 5. NORTH MARSHALL WAY STREET IMPROVEMENTS. The west curb line of North Marshall Way shall be placed so that a minimum of twenty-four (24) feet of clear pavement width is provided between on-street parking spaces on the east side of North Marshall Way and the west curb. No on-street parking spaces on North Marshall Way shall be provided in the minimum of twenty-four (24) feet of clear pavement width.

Exhibit 1 Ordinance No. 4118 Page 1 of 1

2-ZN-2000#4 Exhibit 2 Ordinance No. 4118

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RESOLUTION NO. 9589 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, APPROVING A MUNICIPAL USE MASTER SITE PLAN ON 2.72 +/- ACRE SITE OF CITY OWNED PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 7084 E. 2ND ST.. 3830 N. MARSHALL WAY. AND 3840 N.MARSHALL WAY. WHEREAS, the Development Review Board held a public hearing on October 17, 2013; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on November 13, 2013; and WHEREAS, the City Council held a public hearing on December 10, 2013. NOW, THEREFORE, LET IT BE RESOLVED, by the City Council of the City of Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona, as follows: Section 1. That the Municipal Use Master Site Plan described in Case No. 8UP-2013, for the property shown on Exhibit 1 and the Municipal Use Master Site Plan attached as Exhibit 2 is approved conditioned upon compliance with all stipulations attached hereto as Exhibit 3 and incorporated herein by reference. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Council of the City of Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona this 10*^ day of December. 2013. ATTEST:

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE, an Arizona municipal corporation

By:. Carolyn dagger City Clerk

By:. W.J. "Jim" Lane Mayor

APPROVED AS TO FORM: OFFICE OF THE CITY ATTORNEY

Bruce Washburn, City Attorney By: Sherry R. Scott, Deputy City Attorney

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ATTACHMENT #2

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Exhibit 1 Resolution No. 9589

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Stipulations for the Municipal Use Master Site Plan Scottsdale's Museum of the West Case Number: 8-UP-2013 These stipulations are in order to protect the public health, safety, welfare, and the City of Scottsdale.

GOVERNANCE 1. APPLICABILITY. All stipulations of this case, 8-UP-2013, supersede all of the stipulations of case 9-UP-2000.

SITE DESIGN 2. CONFORMANCE TO CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN. Development shall conform with the conceptual site plan submitted by Cawley, Architects and Studio IVtA and with the city staff date of 10/04/2013, attached as Exhibit 2. Any proposed significant change to the conceptual site plan as determined by the Zoning Administrator, shall be subject to additional action and public hearings before the Planning Commission and City Council.

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RESOLUTION NO. 9566 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF,THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE, MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA, DECLARING AS A PUBLIC RECORD THAT CERTAIN DOCUMENT FILED WITH THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF SCOTTSDALE AND ENTITLED "SCOTTSDALE'S MUSEUM OF THE WEST DEVELOPMENT PLAN." WHEREAS, State Law permits cities to declare documents a public record for the purpose of incorporation into city ordinances; and WHEREAS, the City of Scottsdale wishes to incorporate by reference amendments to the Zoning Ordinance, Ordinance No. 455, by first declaring said amendments to be a public record. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of the City of Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona, as follows: Section 1. That certain document entitled "Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan," attached as Exhibit A, three copies of which are on file in the.office of the City Clerk, is hereby declared to be a public record. Said copies are ordered to remain on file with the City Clerk for public use and inspection. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Council of the City of Scottsdale, Maricopa County, Arizona this 10"^ day of December, 2013.

ATTEST:

CITY OF SCOTTSDALE, an Arizona municipal corporation

By; Carolyn Jagger, City Clerk

By:. W. J. "Jim" Lane, Mayor

APPROVED AS TO FORM: OFFICE OF THE CITY ATTORNEY Bruce Washburn, City Attorney By: Sherry R. Scott, Deputy City Attorney

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ATTACHMENT #3

Scottsdale's Museum of the West Development Plan

SCOTTSDALE'S MUSEUM OF THE WEST M u n i c i p a l Use Master Plan a n d Rezoning Narrative MarshalJ W a y a f First Street

1. rntroduction 2. General plan conformance 3. Downfovm plan conformance 4. Downtown urban design & archifecfuraf conformance 5. Development plan 6. Conclusfon

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1. INTRODUCTION PURPOSE AND VISION The purpose of this request Is to obtain the entitlements necessary to develop a 2.72 acre site for Scottsdale for the Scottsdale's Museum of the West located at the Northwest corner of Marshall Way at First Street fthe "Site"). The site is in the heart of Scottsdale's historic downtown. This area is home to ihe Gallery and Old Town Districts, Itnown for their arts and cultural amenities, historic buildings, retail and dining establishments. It is situated adjacent to the current Loloma Transit Center. With the addition of this proposed project, it will enhance and utilize the currently abandoned transit center. The project will create a synergistic museum and exhibition venue that will: • • • • • • • •

Become world renowned museum displaying cultural and artistic artifacts and exhibits displaying the meeting of the "Old West with the New West" Provide an enriched visitor attraction that will expand the current number of tourists visiting Scottsdale, thereby expanding Scottsdale's tourism industry. Provide an additional venue for tourists and visitors.already enjoying Scottsdale, the give them another cultural opportunity. Augment and support an already world renowned ftne arts district Grow into a focal point for an enriched Cultural Center for the arts district Energize and enrich an area of the City now abandoned as a transit center underutilized as a public venue. Provide synergy with the Scottsdale Artist School, offering opportunities for collaboration In educational activities and programs. Augment and support on already rich and diverse, mixed use residential and retail area.

Scottsdale's Museum of the West will be constructed and owned by the City of Scottsdale, and operated by the nonprofit "Museum of the West" organization. The Museum's Board of Directors has entered into a devejopment and operating agreement with the City of Scottsdale to participate fully In the planning and development of the project and upon completion become its sole operator. Centered near the heart of downtown this Museum will create a perfect partnership with the arts district galleries, studios, dining and shopping venues directly to the north and ttiroughout the Dov/ntown area. The project represents a unique opportunity for the City of Scottsdale to attract .national and international prominence as a tourism capital through the success of a municipally funded development of a significant portion of the downtown area.

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The Applicant is the City of Scottsdale, on behalf of the Museum of the West Board of Directors. REQUEST The property is currently zoned Downtown/ Resort - Hotel Type 2 Planned Block Development Overiay Downtown Overlay (D /RH-2 PBD DO) and Downtown/ Office Commercial Type 2 Planned Block Development Overiay Downtown Overlay fD /OC-2 PBD DO). Because the zoning Is not compatible v/ith the development plan already in place, we are requesting to rezone the property to / Downtown Multiple Use Type 2 Planned Block Development Overiay Downtown Overlay {D /DMU-2 PBD DO) allow the proposed additional uses for this site. WHAT IS AT STAKE? Currently, ihe existing development contains 2.72 acres in six parcels. The first Is vacant parcel, the second and third contain an underground parking facility, and the fourth and fifth parcels include the vacated Loloma Transit Facility. There is a sixth parcel that separates thie underground parking garage facility with the development to the west that includes an above-ground open airspace easement. TTils rezoning request is the basis for redevelopment of the now unused transit center and completion of the vision first broached with the City 10 years, ago to create and develop a cultural museum on this site. The parking garage was actually constructed on the site with these purposes in mind and the entire 6 parcel area (including the adjacent theater and surface paridng to the west) has been considered a, potential cultural site during this entire time period. What is at stake is the completion of the vision of the City of Scottsdale to create a unique and world class museum that magnifies the Cities reputation as the "West's Most Western Town". The proposed Museum will create a magnet for tourists to the Arts District and the Downtown District that will build upon the existing strong arts and retail core. Scottsdale's Museum of the West will provide a focal point cultural institution in the heart of the City that will reinforce Scottsdale as a center of western art and culture. LOCATION / CURRENT USE The Scottsdale's Museum of the West will be located at the t^lWC of Marshall Way at First Street in Downtown Scottsdale. The property consists of Maricopa County APNs 130-13-100, 130-13-101, 130-13-102, 130-13-103, 130-13-106, 130-13-108. The property is currently zoned D /RH-2 PBD DO) and(D /bC-2 I^BD DO) and includes approximately 2.72 acres (118,749 SF). The current uses include Loloma Transit Center, Municipal Public Underground Parking and vacant land. ExtiibitA Resolution No. 9566 Page 3 of 39

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RELATIONSHIP TO SURROUNDING PROPERTIES The property is located in The Downtown District. This area is home to, and promotes, various art galleries, art venues, retail, commercial and residential venues. The property is surrounded by similar and compatible uses, as well as compatible zoning designations. To the North • North of the Property Is on alley that serves the public parking venue and the condominium project to the west. Across the alley ore small businesses and galleries facing the arts district. TTie Scottsdale's Museum of the West will be compatible with these surrounding properties. To the South • South of the Property Is the Scottsdale Artists school. A relationship will be enhanced with a strong pedestndn link to this facility, Scottsdale's Museum of the West will be "compatible with this adjacent property. To the East • East of the Property, across Marshall way are small business, offices and retail stores. Scottsdale's Museum of the West wili be compatible with these uses. To the West • West of the Property is a condominium project. The site and building ore ^designed to orient noise and distractions away from this multifamily project. Scottsdale's Museum of the West will be compatible with this use.

2. GENERAL PLAN CONFORMANCE The Property Is designated as Mixed-Use Neighborhoods on the General Plan. Additionally, the City of Scottsdale Downtown Plan places the Property Vvithin the Drinkwater Urban Neighborhood and designates it as Downtown Multiple Use Type 2. Mixed-Use Neighborhoods ore located in areas with strong access to multiple modes of transportation and major regional access and services, and provide an opportunity for a mix of uses. The Downtown Plan serves as the comprehensive policy document that guides grov/th and development decisions for Downtovvn Scottsdale. The Downtown Multiple Use Type 2 is a land use designation in the Downtown Plan for those areas in Downtown that are adjacent to the Downtown Regional, Downtown Civic Center, Downtown Medical and Downtown Core future land use designations and provides for intermediate development of greater intensity. The Scottsdale's Museum of the West and its associated uses are a perfect fit for these General Plan and Downtown Plan Designations.

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GENERAL PLAN LAND USE GOALS AND APPROACHES 7. Recognize Scoffsdale's roie as a major regional economic and culfurai center, featuring business, tourism, a n d culfurat acffv/ffes. •

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Strengthen the Identity of Scottsdale by encouraging lorid uses that contribute to the character of the community and sustain a viable economic base. o scottsdale's Museum of ttie West wili be a desf/naffon that belongs in Down/own Scottsdale and in tt)e Arts Distnct. The Museum can become a World Class Facilit/ centering art and tourism activities h ihe heart of tt)e district, it can embody the meaning of both the Museum's brand as "Where jhe Old West Meets the New" and Scottsdale's brand "The West's Most Western Town". The high quafity of the Museum exhibits will result in a signiflconf economic tourist and economic benefit for Scottsdale.

4. Develop /and use patterns that are compatible wHti and support a vartefy of mobliity opportunities/choices and seivice provisions. •. Encourage non-motorized (pedestrian and bicycle) access/circulotion within and to mixed-use centers to reduce reliance on the automobile. Integrate the pattern of land uses and mobility systenr\s in ways thot allow for shorter and fewer automobile trips and greater choices for mobility. Q The Museum carefuiiy integrates into the existing Downtown Pedestrian pothy/ay system, and is on anchor on the south below 1st Street The Museum's western approach id from Scofisdaie's existing Artist's Alley. 9. Provide a broad variety of land uses that create a high /eve/ of synergy within mixed-use neighborhoods, •

Encourage redevelopment that invigorates an area while also respecting the character of adjacent neighborhoods. ' o The redevelopment of the orphaned transportofion site will reinvigorafe this important area of district in Downtown Scottsdale, The proposed development is compatible with and compiimentar/ to the existing aftistiCr gallery, retail, and commercial uses that currently exist nearby, neighborhood areas.

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2. DOWNTOWN PLAN CONFORMANCE The Property is designated as Downtown Multiple Use Type 2. Mixed-Use Neighboriioods are located in areas with strong access fo multiple modes of transportation a n d major regional access a n d services, and provide an opportunity for a mix of uses. The Downtown Plan serves as the comprehensive policy document that guides grov/th and development decisions for Downtown Scottsdale. The Downtown Multiple Use Type 2 is a land use designation in the Downtown Plan for those areas in Downtown that are adjacent to the Downtown Regional, Downtown Civic Center, Downtown Medical and Downtown Core future land use designations and provides for intermediate development of greater Intensity. The Scottsdale's Museum of the West and its associated uses are an excellent fit for these Downtown Plan Designations. LAND USE GOALS AND APPROACHES 2. Recognize Scoitsdaie's role as a major regional economic and cultural center, featuring business, tourism, and cultural acfivifles. »

Strengthen the identity of Scottsdale by encouraging land uses that contribute.to the character of the community and sustain a viable economic base. o Scoftsda/e's Museum of the West embodies the identity of the destination cultural faculty that belongs in Downtown Scottsdale. Moreover, the museum will contribute significant new tourism and economic benefit for Scottsdale.



Promote land uses that accommodate cultural facilities along with the, retail, a n d business uses that support tourism activity and sustain the arts. o The cuifurai use w/7/ generate increased tourist activity and sales dollars to the area and the City at large. Tourists will be attracted fo visit Scottsdole specifically to see the Museum, thereby generating new a n d increased tourist revenue for Scottsdale. Moreover, the Museum will also attract local residents of the Valley to visit thereby increasing revenue lo the area from local population as well. These dollars represent a consistent flow of tourist dollars Into the ne/ghborhood.

5. Develop, land use patterns that are compatible with and support a variety of mobility opportunities/choices and service provisions, •

Encourage non-motorized (pedestrian and bicycle) access/circulation within a n d to mixed-use centers to reduce reliance on the automobile. Integrate

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the pattern of land uses and mobility systems in ways that allow for shorter and.fewer automobile trips and greater choices for mobility. o The Museum has long been planned at this location, and vehicular traffic has been accommodated at the existing paridng garage. As a consequence, patrons parking to visit the Museum can then visit adjacent art, retail and restaurant facilities, and reduce automobile traffic in the area. Additionally, the Museum site design enhances pedestrian connections fo all adjacent streets and areas, including enhancement of the adjacent Artists Walk to the west The.Museum will serve os o node for non-motorized circulation in the area.. ]0. Provide a broad variety of land uses that create a high level of synergy within mixed-use neighborhoods. » Encourage redevelopment that invigoi-afes an area while also respecting the character of adjacent neighborhoods. O The redevelopment of the property will relnvlgorate this area currently home to the abandoned Loloma Transit Center. The Museum will also add fo the mix of uses, increasing synergy by becoming a focal point for the surrounding art. retail and restaurant uses, it will energize on area currently viewed as a fringe and underdeveloped area of the Downtown District. O

3. DOWNTOWN PLAN CONFORMANCE The Downtown Scottsdale Vision Statement calls for a dynamic city center which recognizes its western heritage while boldly looking forward to Its metropolitan future. As Scottsdale quickly moves In this direction, it will be expected to have the amenities, destination venues, and entertainment sources that fhe Scottsdale's Museum of the West will provide. Additionally, the proposed development will reinforce the following downtown plan vision statement values: • • •

Contextually sensitive worid-class planning, architecture, and urban design; Fluid connectivity In and out of Downtown: as well as, within and between nelghbahoods, focusing on wolkability; and Worldwide recognition as the premier destination In the Southwestern United States.

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Downtown Land Use T'LU"! Goals GOAL LU 1: MAINTAIN DOWNTOWN SCOTTSDALE AS THE COMMERCIAL, CULTURAL CIVIC, AND SYMBOLiC CENTER OF THE COMMUNITY TO ENSURE A VIBRANT MIX OF MUTUALLY SUPPORTIVE LAND USES.

Policy LU 1.1. •

Revitalization should allow Downtown to remain competitive in local, regional, national and international markets. o As a current and future competitor for national and international tourism, fhe City of Scottsdale must embrace opportunities for cultural institutions fo both revitolize and redesign its downtown district. The proposed use for the site will attract national and internaiional attention and can become port of a successful marketing campaign for tourism. The Scottsdale's Museum oi fhe West will be the ideal destination.venue for fourism_ in both national and international markets.

Policy LU 1.3. •

Maintain a balance of Downtown land uses that support a high quality of life, a diverse mixture of housing and leisure opportunities, and the economic base needed to secure resources that support the community. o The proposed Museum will provide increased tourism revenue, and represents the quality, that Scottsdale aspires to reach. An increased amount of tax and revenue dollars each year can also be expected from fhe Museum to support the community.

Policy LU 2.3 •

Encourage new development, redevelopment and infill that maintain and enhance the Downtown Core urban neighborhoods as specialty retail and regional tourist attractions o Scottsdale's Museum of fhe West is a prime example of a high-quality infill project aimed at providing a cultural anchor for fhe area, that also enhancing fhe diversity of uses in the neighborhood. The museum will cross market with galleries in fhe area, and support local retail by giving visitors in the area an additional outlet for retail activities.

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Policy LU 2.5. •

Encourage new development, redevelopment and infill that strengthen Downtown Scottsdale's mix of uses and activities through the development of mutually supportive [and uses within the Downfown Multiple Use urban nelghboriioods. Multiple Use areas include the majority of the properties within the overall Downtown Plan boundary. o Scottsdale's Museum of ihe West is prime example of a high-quality redevelopment infill project aimed af improving the diversity of uses entertainment available with the Downtown Multiple Use area.

Policy LU 3.2. •

Support higher scale Type 2 development in all non-Downtown Core areas of the Downtov/n. o This cultural project is a prime example of qualify of development that will he located within a Type 2 area in the Downtown District. The redevelopment will bring a quality of design and architecture that will enhance the previous efforts devoted fo the development of the loloma Center and Artists Walk.

Policy LU 5.0. •

Entiance, expand, and create new downtown public realm and open space areas. o This policy will be achieved because the Museum is redeveloping and us/ng as much as possible of the Loloma Center open space design. This site contains attractive paving patterns, landscaping:sculptural ramodas and other features that will maintain and enhance public open space. The open space current// of fhe site is not used for any purposes, so energizing fhe plaza with museum and public activities will stabilize and enhance fhe area.

Policy LU 7.2 •

Encourage development to make cost effective use of existing urban resources such as infrastructure systems, underutilized sites, buildings and transportation networks. o T7i/s po//c/ will be achieved because fhe Museum is redeveloping and reusing as much os possible of the existing orphaned Loloma Transportation Center, including the transit building, the ramodas (except the clock tower) and the hardscape plazas and driveways.

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DOWNTOWN CHARACTER & DESIGN f'CD") GOALS GOAL G D I : THE DESIGN CHARACTER OF ANY AREA SHOULD BE ENHANCED AND STRENGTHENED BY NEW DEVELOPMENT THAT PROMOTES CONTEXTUAL COMPATABUnr. Policy C D 1.1,1.4,1.8. • Incorporate, as appropriate, in building and site design, the distinctive qualities and character of the surrounding, and/or evolving context. • Promote Downtown urban and architectural design that is influenced by, and responds to, the character and climate of the Sonoran Desert. • Encourage new development and revitalization that is composed of complementary and/or supportive design relationships with the established urban form, as well as design features and materials of the neighborhoods within which they ore sited. o The Museum site is viewed as an extension of the surrounding nerghborfiood circulation pattern. All existing local pedestrian paths ore enhanced, starting with the streefscape on Marshall Way on the east and extending to the Artists Walk on the west Additionally, the circulation created by the relarionship to the adjacent plaza to the south creates more opportunities for pedestrian activiHes. o The Museum building itself is designed to incorporate the heritage of western materials and colors and reflects its mission as a facility where the "old west meets fhe new". Modern materials'ore used throughout that reflect western materials such as metal and concrete. Patinas will be added to fhe metal to enhance the apparent age Policy C D 1 . 5 J . 7 . • Encourage urban and architectural deslgh that addresses human scale and provide for pedestrian comfort. • Maintain ihe pedestrian oriented.small town character and human scale in the Downtown Core areas. Incorporate similar elements of pedestrian character and scale at the street level throughout ail of downtown. o The Museum is designed to relate io the surrounding networkof streets, plazas and sidewalks. The entrance Is on Marshall Way and the frontage includes a dramatic overhang at the street sidewalk. The southern pedestrian walkway is enhanced by landscaping and shade frees and a connection will be created with the existing Artists Walk fo the east through the public arts process.

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GOAL CD 3: DOWt^TOWN DEVELOPMEt4T SHOULD RESPECT AND RESPOND TO THE UNIQUE CUM ATE AND CONTEXT OF THE SOUTHWESTERN SONORAN DESERT. • Throughout the project, rheasures have been taken to provide shade and comfort for museum visitors and pedestrians. All along Marshall Way and fhe existing loloma ploza to the south are both designed with desert appropriate trees.

GOAL CD 4: STRENGTHEN PEDESTRIAN CHARACTER AND CREATE STRONG PEDESTRiAN LINKAGES. • The street frontage on Marshall Way provides a strong pedestrian experience, and will enhance the currently underused pedestrian linkages to adjacent properties. Sidewalksrange between 16'and 20'. Marshall way will have a buffer between the Museum and automobile traffic in fhe street.

GOAL CD 5: CREATE COHERENT AND CONSISTENT STREET SPACES • Tihe sfreefscope on Marshall Way is an enhancement of fhe existing sidewalk environment to the north. Landscaping has been Inserted info fhe sidewalks to separate museum pedestrian walkways from street traffic

GOAL CD 6: /NCO/?f ORArE A REGIONAL LANDSCAPE PALETTE THAT COMPLEMENTS DOWNTOWN'S URBAN CHARACTER • Throughout the project, the palate of trees, shrubs and distinctive accents respond fo fhe Sonoran desert ecology. Polo Verde frees are used as oasis signature pieces that provide order to Marshall Way and the pedestrian plaza and walkway to the south. The arrangement of these frees also sets the street proportions there-by framing the public street and its spaces. G O A L CD 7: THE EXTENT AND QUALTTY OF UGHTING SHOULD BE /NTEGRAUV DESIGNED AS A PART OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT. • The pedestrian lighting design continues the current precedent set by adjacent projects. This project will continue the aesthetic and character of the neighhoriiood.

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GOAL CD 8; IMPLEMENT HIGH QUALITY DESIGN IN DOWNTOWN ARCHiTECTURE. * High quality design is being incorporated throughout the project The palette of pre-weathered metal panels and textured, tilt concrete authentically represent what one would expect as materials reflecting upon our western heritage and historywithin a diverse desert urban context. The variafionin architectural building form provides for an inviting and intriguing entry sequence and interesting pedestrian street environment.

Downtown Mobility f'AA") G o a l s G O A L M 1: DEVELOP COMPLETE STRESS THROUGH PUBUC AND PRIVATE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS AND IMPROVEMENTS. • This goal is being achieved through the reuse of fhe existing Loloma Center walkway paths, landscape areas, and pedestrian design. The reuse of the existing pedestrian node maintains and enhances a well connected downtown circulation grid. It also, Improves the existing Artists Alley and enhances the connectivity to the Artists School to the south.

GOAL M 2: CREATE COMPLETE, COMFORTABLE. AND ATTRACTIVE PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION SYSTEMS. • To achieve this goal, the enhanced sidewalks are designed to be comfortable pedestrian spaces which combine tree and building shade components, attractive lighting and enhanced paving materials such as textured integral colored concrete. The active street storefronts and varying architecture provide for a pedestrian orientated design that encourages strolling and promenading within on area which will attract a high concentration of pedestrian activity. • The proposed sidewalk design continues the design precedent set by the Loloma Transit Center utilizing similar paving materials, trees, lighting and street fumiture. Doing so creates a cohesive urban environment which provides a unifying character for fhe district.

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GOAL M 3: CREATE A HIERARCHY OF PEDESTRIAN SPACES WTTHIN THE OVERALL DOWNTOWN. Policy M 3.1. • Certain areas of Downtown should be developed as "Pedestrian Places" o Once again, fhe reuse and enhancement of the Loloma Center, combined with a natural gathering areas of the plaza provide variety, interest and enticement for pedestrian activities help io meet the Downtown Character Area Plan's goals for mobility, connectivity, and "Pedestrian Places."

Downtown Economic Vitality f"EV"l Goals This section of the Downtown Plan focuses on the Downtown's economic role as a hub for retailing, entertainment, tourism, events, and employment which stimulate economic vitality. ^

GOALEVl: SUPPORT DOWNTOWN'S ECONOMIC ROLE AS A HUB FOR ARTS, CULTURE, RETAILING, ENTERTAINMENT, TOURISM, AND EVENTS. Policy E V l . l . •

Support Downtown as the commer;ciol, cultural, civic, and symbolic center of the community, and encourage activities, special events, and land uses that maintain Downtown's economic role In the community. o An esfab/ishment of a new worid class cultural venue will strengthen Downtown's economic role in fhe community.

Policy EV 1.4. •

Promote Downtown as a creative environment In which people can live, work, and pursue leisure activities. o Ttie Scottsdale's Museum of the West's cultural attractions will have the next generoffon of cutting edge exhibitry and is precisely what is anticipated of major metropolitan facilities. The proposed project provides for on exciting opportunity for learning among fhe activities in the heart of the other surrounding retail, office and restaurant uses.

Policy EV1.5. •

Support and strengthen Downtown as a strong tourism destination through land use, urban design, activities, and special events.

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VV/th a wor/d cfass western art and history'museum, Scottsdale will be able to promote the Museum and its environs as a part of its national and international tourism marketing campaigns. The development of the Museum will quickly become a sought-after tourism destination.

4. DOWNTOWN URBAN DESIGN & ARCHITECTURAL CONFORMANCE The proposal meets numerous guidelines outtlned In this document. Below is a brief synopsis of some of those concepts regarding Site Development, Architectural Character, and Landscape Character.

Guidelines A - Site Development A2 - Active Street Frontages •

Active street frontages are provided along Marshall Way. The less active Artists Alley will be animated with variations in architecture, and the proposed Public • Arts effort to be developed.

A3 - Courtyards and Passages •

A courtyard is placed at the center of the Museum and will be the centerpiece and entertainment anchor for the project.

A5 - Building Equipment and Services •

All equipment and service areas ore located In either the north alley or off of the southwest corner of the building located at the existing drive turn-around area. Mechanical units will be roof mounted and enclosed by a mechanical screen fence.

A6 - The Building - Street Edge •

The building's street edge exceeds the 50% recommended ground level front elevation at the building setback line. On Marshall Way. along fhe designated pedestrian corridor, a combination of shade trees and building overhangs shade the pedestrians along the sidewalk.

AS - The Continuity of Street Spaces •

in conformance with the recommendations for fine grain character, the building facade is distinctive and has a unique architectural appearance. The street fof ade uses varying materials, heights, and undulations to create character and develop a continuous setback pattern, and coherent and unified street space.

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A9 - Ttie Building Setbacic Zone •

In conformance with the building setback zone the pedestrian zone is designed to provide for pedestrian-orientated frontages. To achieve this, and to maintain conforirtance with the guidelines, more paved than unpaved areas are provided. The planting along fhe street edges is linear and rhythmic with occasional contracts and accents. Trees are scaled and located to create shade for pedestrians. Lighting lamp posts ore distributed along the frontage in a linear and rhythmic arrangement and scoled.ata pedestrian scale. Geometric patterns ore used in lieu of natural undulating shapes.

AlO-The Linkages of Neighboring Developments •

In conformance with the guidelines fhe pedestrian and vehicular connections provide coherent and convenient connections to adjacent developments.

Guidelines C - Architectural Character C I - Proportion and Scale •

The proportion and scale of the proposed development is in conformance with the downtown design guidelines. The architecture provides varied facades along the street frontage. Contrast is provided by solid masses and diverse transparent openings In the buildings. The scale varies along the street frontage, providing smaller intimate architecturol components which contrast with larger and elevated frontages which can be appreciated from the street by both vehicular and pedestrian travel

C2 - Building Material Scotfsda/e's Museum of the West continues the precedent of the making references to historic building materials. These materials include raw tilt panel walls, such OS could have been used In old ranch buildings, etc. The metal siding is prefinished with a patina intended to appear "rusty". And by using a combination of material such os refined metal siding, perforated metal screens, occasional glass in steel frames the building uses contemporary compositions of these materials to remind visitors of fhe West's architectural heritage

C3 - Color and Texture •

Colors and textures ore intended to. compffmenf and reflect the character and vibrancy of an uriban Sonoron desert district.

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Guidelines D - Landscape Character 01 - Proportion and Scale 02 - Site Spaces D 3 - Plant Selection •

The proposed landscape and hardscape design is intended fo achieve the sense of a "desert oasis" as recommended within the Downtown Scottsdale Design guidelines. This is achieved by providing plants and street furniture, as well as integral and textured paving organized within a coherent pedestrian frontage. The "Foothills" Polo Verde is selected as fhe primary street free for the Marshall Way. The ornamental and lush "Yucca" and "Opuntio" accent shrubs offers a regular and rhythmic pattern fo provide conttn uiiy to the street and fo the plaza. These trees have been selected to continue to precedent set by the Loloma Transit Center. Shrubs and ornamental plantings will be placed af the bases of the trees to assist In providing a sense of coolness, color and texture at the pedestrian level

5. DEVELOPMENT PLAN The proposed project includes the redevelopment of half a city block with the construction of a new museum building as well as the renovation of the existing Loloma Transit Center. The development is composed of two sections: (1) the museum building that sits to the north-east side of the property and extends over the existing underground municipal parlcing facility, (2] the renovation of the existing Loloma Transit Center and adjacent open space gathering areas.

Site Data The majority of the project is located at the North-West comer of Marshall Way across from Rrst Street. It contains a total of sbc individual parcels, with the north side starting at the existing alley and entrance access to the Municipal Underground Parking Garage and extended south to Second Street, which encompasses the currently abandoned Loloma Transit Center. The Eastern side of the property follows Marshall Way and the western part of the property extends the Theater and Condominium complex to the west.

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Parcel 1: Gross: +/-15,554 square feet or .357 acres A.P.N. 130-13-100 Parcel 2: Gross: +/-18,467 square feet or .423 acres A.P.N. 130-13-101 Parcel 3: Gross: +/- .440 square feet or ,010 acres A.P.N. 130-13-102 Parcel 4: Gross: -H/- 3,351 square feet or ..076 acres A.P.N. 130-13-103 Parcel 5: Gross: +/- 73,083 square feet or .1.677 acres A.P.N. 130-13-106 Parcel 6: Gross: 7,584 square feet or .174 acres A.P.N. 130-13-108

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Site Design The site plan Is designed with the Site Development Standards In mind. The site reflects a 20-0" building setback as established by the down town zoning as a minimum. In severol Instances this depth Is greater to achieve outdoor seating areas and a pedestrian environment, i Open space is not required in the Downtown area; although, we have provided wide sidewalks a n d extended the existing pedestrian plaza with amenities for socializing and gathering. The enhanced sidewalks are designed to be comfortable pedestrian spaces wtiich combine tree and building shade components, attractive lighting and enhanced paving materials such as textured, patterned concrete.

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Scottsdale's Museum of the West Municipal Urban Master Plan and Rezoning Narrative August 12 2013 Page 18 of 19

The streetscape and varying architecture provide for a pedestrian orientated design that encourages strolling and lingering.

Parlcing For the museum and mixed-land uses, the total paridng demand can be determined based on the City of Scottsdale's City Code parking requirements. Parking requirements are outlined in Article IX - Parking and Loading of Appendix B - fhe Zoning Ordinance. Tlie parking rates are as follows: •

Cultural Institutions and Museums: One (1) parking space for each three hundred fifty (350) square feet of gross floor space.

The total number of parking spaces required by the Scottsdale City Code requires 111 parking spaces for the museum, theater and retail portion of new proposed building. The overall shared parking requirements for the area is 130, which takes into account the peak nunnber required for each separate land use In the surrounding area. The gross number of parking spaces required by the Scottsdale City Code requirement is 130, but this does not take into account for any applicable reductions allowed for rnixed-use developments. The overall parking requirements, for this site, based on the applicable reductions is l U parking spaces. The total available number of parking spaces for demand generated by this site Is 130. A surplus of 18 spaces is provided for this site, which includes the mlxed-use portions and the Scottsdale Museum of the West.

Building Design: Provide for an approximate 36,000 sq. ft. new Scottsdale Museum of fhe West with new gallery areas, retail space, theater and exterior courtyard. The overall height of the building will be 45'-0". The Museum building Incorporates warm desert Inspired colors and materials including, concrete tilt panels" texture and pattern, and pre-weathered, njsted metal panels. This, combined with the art deco inspired architecture, provides for a unique buildingdesign which provides variation and diversity within the block, street and neighborhood. The 3,600 SF Loloma Transit Building will be renoyated to remove the existing exterior fixtures and provide new exterior point finish. The new and renovated buildings will be complimentary to the existing architecture in the area. The Museum building will have sloping flat roofs with mechanical units that will be fully screened by the parapet and mechanical unit screens throughout.

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Scottsdale's Museum of the West Municipal Urban Master Plan and Rezoning Narrative August 122013 Page 19 of 19

Cultural Improvement Plan The City's Capita! Project Management has allocated $128,000 towards Public Art for Scottsdale's Museum of the West. CPM staff has already met with Scottsdale Public Art Board on May 8 and was given permission to seek a proposal for a public artist, to assist the Museum Design Team to integrating ihe Loloma site concept with the existing transit site Plan.

6. CONCLUSION The Scottsdale's Museum of the West and " proposed rezoning will combine complernentary and desired uses at a unique downtown location within the City of Scottsdale. The proposed project conforms to and exceeds the expectations set forth by the Scottsdale General Plan, the Downtown Plan, the Downtown Zoning Ordinance, and the Downtown Design Guidelines. Scottsdale's Museum of the West is a unique opportunity for the City of Scottsdale to attract national and infemationoi prominence as a tourism capital through the success of this City funded project. Thank you

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D. Stepbacks. 1. - Downtown Multiple Use -Type 2 Areas: The stepback plane shall Incline at a ratio of 1:1, beginning at 45 feet(forty two) feet above (i) the minimum setback from the public street (except alleys), and (ii) all other property lines, to 50 feet; and beginning at 50 feet (fifty five), incline at a ratio of 2:1. 2. The stepback plane shall incline at a ratio of 1:1, beginning thirty (30) feet above a property line that abuts (i) a Type 1 Area, or (ii) an alley that abuts a Type 1 Area.

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E. Exceptions tosetback, prevailing setback and stepback standards. 1. Except as provided in Subsection E.5 below, certain exceptions to setback and stepback standards are allowed ifthe Development Review Board finds the exceptions conform to: a. The Downtown Plan and Downtown Plan Urban Design &Architectural Guidelines; and b. The sight distance requirements ofthe Design Standards and Policy Manual. 2. Subject to design approval by the Development Review Board, the following exceptions to setback and stepback standards are allowed: a. A maximum of five feet for cornices, eaves, parapets and fireplaces. b. A maximum of seven feet for canopies and other covers over sidewalks, balconies and terraces. c. Balcony walls and railings with a maximum inside height of 45 inches. d. Uncovered balconies, uncovered terraces and patios at and below grade. e. Covered sidewalks and uncovered terraces directly above a sidewalk. 3. Subjectto design approval bythe Development Review Board, in a Type 2 Area, a maximum 15feet exception to stepback and setback standards above the first floor (not specified in E.2. above), is allowed for projections that: a. Are less than 50 percent ofthe length of the segment of the building facade where the projections occur; and b. Are lessthan 33 percent of the surface area of the segment of the building facade where the projections occur. 4. Subject to design approval by the Development Review Board, an exception to the stepback standard Is allowed for stairwells and elevator shafts. 5. Exceptions tosetback or stepback standards are not allowed: a. To cross a property line; however, exceptions that encroach into the public street may be allowed, subject to the Scottsdale Revised Code. b. To increase the maximum building height.

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SCOTTSDALE'S MUSEUM OF THE WEST PUBLIC MEETING SUMMARY prepared by Bill Peifer

Meeting: June 13, 2013 Session 1; started at 11:30 am. There were 40+ people in attendance. The meeting started a few minutes late because additional chairs needed to be setup. The local businesses were represented, such as, Su Vino and other nearby businesses and galleries. Residents who live in the Main Street Condos were also in attendance. Bill Peifer gave a brief introduction. Thanlcing everyone for attending and providing an outline of what would be presented. Mike Fox, SMOW Inc.'s Executive Director gave the history of the museum. He also described the museum as how the museum would function: orientation theater, related galleries reinforcing five major western themes: heritage, expansion, transformation, interpretation and inspiration.- - - .

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After Mike, the lead design team architect, Christian Moss, with Studio Ma spoke. She used display boards to show the site plan, floor plan and building elevations. She mentioned a 7500 square foot courtyard that would be seen from all lower galleries. She said the design team was using materials such as board formed concrete and banded mill stee! that have a strong relationship to West. The building would be approximately 40,000 square feet on two floors about 45' high. There are going to be 6 galleries (four on first floor and two on second floor). After about a 20 minute presentation there was a question and answer period. The questions included whether the city project would have to follow the same rules as other downtown projects (Yes), was the building allowed to be so tall (Yes, the building could be up to 50' tall but would only be 45'). .Where would people park (The project TIMA study was referenced showing sufficient garage and on-street parking would be available for a 40,000 square foot museum). A real estate agent complimented the • proposed Ifuilding's use of material's. An-adjacent gallery owner"expressed concern that the alley between the properties would be blocked (it was pointed out that the alley would be the main access for museum attendee to get to the parking garage so blocking the alley would be discourage. Deliveries to museum would park Inside museum). The Su Vino owner expressed concern that his business would . be impacted during construction (We discussed if early concrete pours were necessary a variance from city's construction work hours ordinance would be requested). Session 2: started at 12:20 pm. Approximately 30+ people attended. Several had come to earlier meeting, left and returned for the second meeting. Attendees were from Main Street galleries, artist school students and Main Street Condos. A similar format to Session 1 was followed: project introduction, background, story-telling museum and architectural plans. There were fewer questions.than at earlier session.- Representative questions were: when will construction start (We said September, however, now January is more likely). How long would

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construction last(we said it would take 10 months to one year to construct and then the exhibits and video presentation would take another three months). Although sheets were provided for question none were submitted although lot of people signed in to be included on Project Contact List for project updates.

Issues Identified by June 13,2013 Public Meeting: The questions and comments by the public overall were favorable to the project. As the project evolves and construction means, methods and schedule are finalized it will be possible to address concerns expressed about construction interference and noise with nearby businesses. Because the construction will start in January 2014 it should not be necessary to have mid morning concrete pours but it is too early to state publicly that it will not happen. Further project filanning will address construction deliveries, staging, parking and noise. SMoW is committed contractually by the city to form a Museum Retail Advisory that would be comprised of local merchants to review promotions and sales in the museum. SMOW Inc's expressed goal is collaborate with the local galleries and businesses in developing new exhibits and shows. Architecturally the project was well received. At future public meeting further development of project's building facades; pedestrian circulation, landscape and public art will be presented.

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Staff Analysis of the Development Review Board's for the Development Plan Planned Block Development Overlay Criteria Analysis (DRB) In accordance with Section 6.1304.A. of the Zoning Ordinance, before the first Planning Commission hearing on a Planned Block Development Overlay (PBD) district Zoning District Map Amendment application, the Development Review Board shall make a recommendation to the Planning Commission, regarding the proposed Development Plan (Attachment #'s 8 - 17) for case no. 2-ZN-2000ff4, based on the following criteria for development in the Type 2 Area ofthe Downtown Area; 1. The Development Plan shall reflect the goals and policies of the Character & Design chapter ofthe Downtown Plan. •

GOAL CD 1: The design character of any area should be enhanced and strengthened by new development that promotes contextual compatibility. Located in the Loloma PBD, Downtown Multiple Use - Type 2 and Downtown Main Street Neighborhood, the proposed cultural institution is anticipated as one of the key implementation features that would assist in creating a comprehensive mixed-use development that includes a civic and prominent development to enhance the existing Main Street arts area of the Downtown (DP CD 1.2, and 1.8). The proposed development responds to the a Downtown urban environment and contextual design area by placing the building near North Marshall Way, and incorporating building forms and materials that are complementary to the established contextual area and the Sonoran Desert (DP CD 1.3, and 1.4) Furthermore, the building scale, architectural features, storefront location, windows, defined building entry, and the proposed and existing landscape materials assists in incorporating a human scale and a pedestrian oriented character that accomplishes contextual compatibility and allows for smooth design relationships within the established urban form, the adjacent developments, and abutting Downtown Core, Type 1 Areas (DP CD 1.5,1.7, and 1.8).



GOAL CD 2: Development should sensitively transition in scale, height, and intensity at the downtown plan boundary and between adjoining urban neighborhoods of differing development. Directly north of the proposed development is the Type 1 Area of the Downtown Area (Attachment #4). Most of the buildings that are adjacent to the proposed development, and in the Type 1 Area, are one- and two-story structures. The proposed development varies in height between approximately 24 feet, excluding parapets, to 45 feet including parapets. The 24-foot-tall area is located on the north one-third ofthe building, adjacent to the Type 1 Area, and on the southeast corner of the building, above the main entry. The 45-foot-tall sections ofthe building are near the middle and east sides, and in the southwest corner ofthe building. The proposed design effectively transitions the building mass by stepping down the height to the Type 1 Area, which is consistent with intent ofthe Character & Design chapter of the Downtown Plan (DP CD 2.2). Page!of5

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Furthermore, most of the development in the adjacent Type 1 Area has intensity (Gross Floor Area Ratio) of approximately 0.6. The proposed development has a Gross Floor Area Ratio (GFAR) of 0.16, which also address the intent of the DP Goal 2. GOAL CD 3: Downtown development should respect and respond to the unique climate and context of the southwestern Sonoran Desert. The proposed development is incorporating the existing transit building, plaza, and bus stop wait areas, which have a significant amount of mature trees and existing shade structures. The transit building will be utilized as part of the museum administrative operations, and the outdoor areas will be re-purposed as gather spaces and programmable areas. With additional enhancement, the outdoor areas will have established landscaping and a micro-climatic design that incorporates a variety of shade conditions, landscape, structural features, and potential public art locations that will provide attractive, passive, and inviting spaces (DP CD 3.1). Furthermore, these outdoor areas and the setback areas adjacent to North Marshall Way are proposed to incorporate drought tolerant landscaping, and salvaged tree plant material to provide shade (DP CD 3.1). In the pedestrian plaza between the proposed development and transit building, the proposed site design incorporates rainwater harvesting; in addition, bio-swales on the west side of the North Marshall Way, between the side walk and curb, are proposed to capture and utilize "first flush" stormwater to irrigate landscape areas during storm events (DP CD 3.2). •

GOAL CD 4: Strengthen pedestrian character and create strong pedestrian linl


GOAL CD 5: Create coherent and consistent street spaces. The proposed development incorporates a transitional street space between the development to the north and the existing transit center, which will provide a continuity of pedestrian and street improvements that incorporate existing shade elements (structures and trees) that are drought tolerant, decorative paving, integrated infrastructure improvements, and a building placement that provides a reasonably coherent streetscape (DP CD 5.1, 5.2, and 5.3).

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GOAL CD 6: Incorporate a regional landscape palette that complements downtown's urban character. The proposed landscaping anticipated to be consistent with the Sonoran Desert, and the Downtown Area, that will provide shade, a variety of scale, arrangement, and of color (DPCD6.1,and6.2).



GOAL CD 7: The extent and quality of fighting should be integrally designed as a port of the built environment. The proposed illumination levels are consist with the Design Standards & Policies Manual for the Downtown Area, which should achieve illuminating public and private spaces, and building accents (DP CD 7.1). Furthermore, the development is incorporating low voltage and light emitting diodes that are highly efficient (DP CD 7.2).



GOAL CD 8: Implement high quality design in downtown architecture The development incorporates traditional copper tones, heavier concrete materials, and building forms that provide a complementary interpretation ofthe Sonoran Desert architectural design that achieves the Scottsdale Sensitive Design Principles, and implements a high quality design, which is encouraged in the Downtown Area (DP CD 8.1,8.2,8.3, and 8.4). In addition, the design incorporates shade, and elements of deep overhangs that provide shaded entries and walkways (DP CD 8.2). Also, the development incorporates an interior, sculpture court yard, and is required to incorporate a public art component that would be accessible to the public (DP CD 8.5).

2. The site development standards and building form shall be in conformance with the Downtown Plan Urban Design & Architectural Guidelines. •

The proposed site development standards maintain the intent ofthe Downtown Plan Urban Design 8i Architectural Guidelines (DPUDAG) by respecting the arrangement of the adjacent buildings and providing a consistent street setback pattern and building location that will enable the setback zone to be designed primarily for pedestrian activity, which wjlj assist in promoting an active street frontage (DPUDAG A l , A2, A8 and A9).



The proposed building form consists of a variety of recesses, projections, and building heights that assist in reducing of apparent size and bulk of development, and establish an apparent base and top (DPUDAG BI).

3. The building form shall reflect the planned character of development within which the development will be located. •

The existing buildings within the Loloma PBD consist of varying architecture forms and heights (Main Street Plaza Condominiums - 48 feet. Main Street Plaza Retail - 26 feet, and the vacated Loloma Transit Center - 15 feet 8 inches). The proposed development incorporates multiple building forms and heights that between approximately 24 feet to 45 feet, which would be complementary to the existing buildings.

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4. The Development Plan shall incorporate standards for development within 350 feet ofthe Downtown Boundary that address appropriate transitions in building heights between the proposed development and the zoning districts abutting or adjacent to the development. •

The development is not within 350 feet of the Downtown Boundary.

5. The Development Plan shall incorporate standards for development in the Downtown Regional Use - Type 2 or Downtown Medical - Type 2 Areas, and within 100 feet of the Downtown Multiple Use - Type 2 or Downtown Civic Center - Type 2 Areas, that address appropriate transitions in building heights between the proposed development and the Downtown Multiple Use - Type 2 or Downtown Civic Center - Type 2 Areas. •

The development is not within the Downtown Regional Use - Type 2 or Downtown Medical - Type 2 Areas.

6. The Development Plan for development within 100 feet of a Type 1 Area shall incorporate standards that address appropriate landscape materials and transitions in building heights between the proposed development and the Type 1 Area. •

Most of the buildings in the Type 1 Area that are adjacent to the proposed development are one- and two-story structures. The proposed design effectively incorporates stepdowns in the building height from 45 feet to approximately 24 feet adjacent to the Type 1 Area, which is consistent with the intent ofthe above requirement to provide a transition in building height and mass.

7. The Development Plan shall incorporate standards for development adjacent to public streets that include sidewalks, pedestrian linkages, building forms, and architectural features, that address human scale and pedestrian orientation. •

The proposed design of the building incorporates a variety of building forms and architectural features. The variety of building heights, overhangs, windows, materials, and the main entry portico, assists in providing definition to the building that contributes to providing human scale and pedestrian oriented active street frontage.



Typically, cultural institutions tend to attract varying levels of pedestrians and related activities. The proposed development incorporates a sidewalk that has a minimum of 10 feet of width between the building and North Marshall Way, which connects to the developments that are north and south. Furthermore, the existing sidewalks and plaza areas around the transit building are proposed to be incorporated, which will allow a variety of pedestrian activities and linkages to the development to the south, east, and Artist Alley. Staff does have concerns regarding the pedestrian connection to Artist Alley, the elevator to the underground parking, and to the remainder of the development to the west and north of proposed development, which is discussed in number 8 below.

8. The pedestrian circulation shall be accessible and easy to navigate, and incorporate open space and pedestrian linkages to the public pedestrian circulation network.

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The Loloma PBD Development Plan (Attachment #5) has a pedestrian circulation component that is to be incorporated with the development of the PBD to provide internal and external pedestrian circulation from North Marshall Way, East 2"** Street, East Main Street, and North Goidwater Boulevard and the adjoining buildings within.the development. Artist Alley, which is the primary internal pedestrian corridor through the development from East Main Street to East 2"^ Street, through Parcel A and between Parcel G and F, and D and the Tranist Center Parcel, that varies in width between 10 feet and 20 feet, serves as the connection to the adjacent buildings, streets, and the underground parking garage. To provide an enhanced pedestrian connection to Artist Alley and the rest ofthe development, the proposed site plan indicates the existing cul-de-sac at the southwest corner of the building will be removed. In the cul-de-sac place, a new pedestrian plaza will be constructed to connect Artist Alley to the plaza to the south that is between the proposed building, the existing transit center and to proposed main entry. This new plaza will assist in maintaining and uninterrupted enhanced pedestrian route, and assist in providing an easy to navigate pedestrian corridor that also incorporate existing open space areas.

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SCOTTSDALE PLANNING COMMISSION KIVA-CITY HALL 3939 DRINKWATER BOULEVARD SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 2013 *DRAFT SUMMARIZED MEETING MINUTES* PRESENT:

Michael D'Andrea, Chairman Ed Grant, Vice-Chair Michael Edwards, Commissioner Erik Filsinger, Commissioner Matt Cody, Commissioner David Brantner, Commissioner

ABSENT:

Jay Petkunas, Commissioner

STAFF:

Tim Curtis Sherry Scott Dan Symer Kira Wauwie Bryan Cluff Greg Bloemberg

CALL TO ORDER Chair DAndrea called the regular session ofthe Scottsdale Planning Commission to order at 5:03 p.m. ' ROLL CALL A formal roll call was conducted confirming members present as stated above.

* Note: These are summary action minutes only. A complete copy ofthe meeting audio is available on the Planning Commission website at: www:scottsdaleaz.qov/boards/PC.asD ATTACHMENT 10

Planning Commission November 13, 2013 Page 2 of 3

MINUTES REVIEW AND APPROVAL 1.

Approval of October 23, 2013 Regular Meeting Minutes including Study Session. COMMISSIONER CODY MOVED TO APPROVE THE OCTOBER 23, 2013 REGULAR MEETING MINUTES, INCLUDING STUDY SESSION. SECONDED BY VICE CHAIR GRANT, THE MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY WITH A VOTE OF SIX (6) TO ZERO (0).

EXPEDITED AGENDA 2.

2-ZN-2000#4

(Scottsdale's Museum of the West)

3.

8-UP-2013

(Scottsdale's Museum of the West)

4.

6-TA-2013

(Penalties & Enforcement)

COMMISSONER BRANTNER MOVED TO MAKE A RECOMMENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL OF CASES 2-ZN-2000#4, 8-UP-2013, AND 6-TA-2013 FOR A ZONING DISTRICT MAP AMENDMENT FROM DOWNTOWN/RESIDENTIAL HOTEL TYPE - 2 PLANNED BLOCK DEVELOPMENT DOWNTOWN OVERLAY (D/RH-2 PBD DO) AND DOWNTOWN/OFFICE COMMERCIAL TYPE - 2 PLANNED BLOCK DEVELOPMENT DOWNTOWN OVERLAY (D/OC-2 PBD DO) TO DOWNTOWN/DOWNTOWN MULTIPLE USE TYPE - 2 PLANNED BLOCK DEVELOPMENT DOWNTOWN OVERLAY (D/DMU-2 PBD DO) INCLUDING AMENDING AN EXISTING AND APPROVING A NEW DEVELOPMENT PLAN; PER THE STAFF RECOMMENDED STIPULATIONS, BASED UPON THE FINDING THAT THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CRITERIA HAVE BEEN MET AND AFTER DETERMINING THAT THE PROPOSED ZONING DISTRICT MAP AMENDMENT AND TEXT AMENDMENT IS CONSISTENT AND CONFORMS WITH THE ADOPTED GENERA PLAN; SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER FILSINGER, THE MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY WITH A VOTE OF SIX (6) TO ZERO (0).

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Planning Commission November 13, 2013 Page 3 of 3 REGULAR AGENDA 5.

13-UP-2013

(Downside Risk)

VICE CHAIR GRANT MOVED TO MAKE A RECOMMENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL OF CASE 13-UP-2013, PER THE STAFF RECOMMENDED STIPULATIONS, BASED UPON THE . FINDING THAT THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CRITERIA HAVE BEEN MET; SECONDED BY COMMISSIONER BRANTNER. THE MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY WITH A VOTE OF SIX (6) TO ZERO (0). Dee Bloom and Jim Funk spoke regarding this item.

NON-ACTION AGENDA 6.

1-TA-2013

(Planned Community Center (PCO)

7.

2-TA-2013

(Planned Regional Center (PRO)

8.

3-TA-2013

(Support Services fSS))

ADJOURNMENT With no further business to discuss, the regular session of the Planning Commission adjourned at 5:36 p.m.

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