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HISTORIC PRESERVATION REVIEW BOARD CONCEPT SUBMISSION

OWNER

CIVIL ENGINEER

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

BOWMAN CONSULTING

DEVELOPMENT TEAM

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

EYA JAIR LYNCH DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS TRAMMELL CROW COMPANY

ROBERT SILMAN ASSOCIATES

TRAFFIC CONSULTANT GOROVE / SLADE

PROJECT DIRECTOR ANNE L. CORBETT

LAND USE COUNSEL HOLLAND & KNIGHT

BUILDINGS

MASTER PLAN ARCHITECT EE&K A PERKINS EASTMAN COMPANY

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT NELSON BYRD WOLTZ

OCTOBER 24, 2013

HISTORIC PRESERVATION CONSULTANT EHT TRACERIES, INC.

BUILDING ARCHITECTS EE&K A PERKINS EASTMAN COMPANY LESSARD DESIGN MV+A / DAVID JAMESON SHALOM BARANES ASSOCIATES


VISION MCMILLAN PARTNERS Date:

September 26, 2013

To:

Historic Preservation Review Board

Subject:

McMillan Sand Filtration Site | Master Plan + Building Concept Revisions

From:

Vision McMillan Partners

The following information is being provided by Vision McMillan Partners (“V VMP”) to illustrate the revised Master Plan and design concepts for the new buildings proposed for the McMillan Sand Filtration Site. We respectfully request a HPRB”) on Thursday, October 24, 2013. presentation before the Historic Preservation Review Board (“H VMP has further revised the Master plan taking into account comments by the Board on July 11, 2013. The substantive changes involve: o

Tripartite Organization – Revising the building and street layouts in the center section to reinforce the reading of the tripartite organization of the site;

o

Edge conditions – Increasing setbacks on the eastern and western sides of the site to fully accommodate the recreation of the Olmsted Walk with the berm condition around the majority of site;

o

Architectural Cohesion – Refining the Design Guidelines to shape a more cohesive set of new buildings to distinguish the landmark and the place created by the Master Plan; and

o

North Service Court – Refining the Design Guidelines to create a design for the North Service Court that evokes its historic characteristics and reinforces the preserved historic resources.

Please find the enclosed images depicting the revised building design concepts that illustrate the substantive changes describe above via dramatically improved design concepts. x

the Public Park and Community Center(only minor revisions);

x

JAIR LYNCH Development Partners’ Grocery and Multifamily building;

x

EYA’s Rowhomes; and

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Trammell Crow Company’s Healthcare Facilities.

We will distribute these building illustrations to ANCs 5E and 5A today as well. VMP respectfully requests that the Review Board: x

Find the proposal to result in demolition, as defined by the preservation regulations, and therefore inconsistent with the purposes of the preservation act;

x

Find the conceptual plan for the height, massing and placement of the new construction in relationship to the retained historic resources to be successful;

x

If the project is approved by the Mayor’s Agent, let the design continue to be developed and refined in consultation with HPO and return to the Board for further review when appropriate.

We appreciate your thoughtful consideration. Respectfully,

Anne L. Corbett Project Director Vision McMillan Partners


INTRODUCTION

ARCHITECTURAL COHESION

KEY ELEMENTS: UNIFIED PALETTE COMPATIBLE MATERIALS BOTH RAW + REFINED

INFLUENTIAL IMAGES • MASSING

ALIGNED

WITH PROPERTY LINES

• SIMPLE B&W

COLOR

PALETTE

SIMILAR FENESTRATION

• GENERALLY WALLS

WITH

SOLID VERTICAL

PUNCHED OPENINGS

SIMPLE GEOMETRIES + MASSING

• ROW

HOUSES

COM-

POSED AS SINGLE BUILDING ELEVATIONS

NORTH SERVICE COURT UNIFIED PODIUM SETBACK ABOVE PODIUM WALLS RECALLED CONGRUENT STOREFRONTS ROW HOUSES COMPOSED AS SINGULAR BUILDINGS

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COLOR PALETTE PRIMARY BUILDING COLOR

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ARCHITECTURAL COHESION: COLOR PALETTE

FENESTRATION & RAILINGS SECONDARY BUILDING COLOR

TERTIARY BUILDING COLOR HIGHLIGHT COLOR

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ARCHITECTURAL COHESION

NORTH SERVICE COURT

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INTRODUCTION

AERIAL FROM CHANNING AND NORTH CAPITOL STREETS

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COMMUNITY CENTER FROM NORTH CAPITOL STREET

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SOUTH SERVICE COURT FROM NORTH CAPITOL STREET

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NORTH CAPITOL STREET

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NORTH SERVICE COURT FROM NORTH CAPITOL STREET

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NORTH SERVICE COURT FROM HALF STREET

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HALF STREET

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COMMUNITY CENTER

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PARK SOUTH AT 1ST AND CHANNING STREETS

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PARK & COMMUNITY CENTER OWNER DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

VISION MCMILLAN PARTNERS DEVELOPMENT TEAM EYA JAIR LYNCH DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS TRAMMELL CROW COMPANY

PROJECT DIRECTOR ANNE L. CORBETT

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT NELSON BYRD WOLTZ

ARCHITECT EE&K A PERKINS EASTMAN COMPANY


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Park South South Service Court = 1.8 Acres South Park = 6.2 Acres Total Public Space = 8 Acres Park program includes: - Convenient pedestrian and vehicle access, bike parking, and car parking via South Service Court - Service access to DC Water access hatch integrated into park design - Large informal play areas - Elevated Olmsted Walk recreates historic condition - Significant preserved portion of below-grade Filter Bed Cell 28 and above-grade manholes / skylights

Park & Community Center

PARK & COMMUNITY CENTER INTRODUCTION

- Public community center integrated into park - Terraced seating - Stormwater wetland - Pedestrian access from all surrounding streets - ADA accessibility throughout

South Service Court

Community Center 17,500 gross sf

South Park

Community center program includes: - Circulation & gallery spaces with exhibits on the history of the McMillan site

Elevated Olmsted Walk

- 25-yard swimming pool - Multipurpose community meeting room with catering kitchen

Informal Play Area

- Outdoor gathering space connected to multipurpose community meeting room - Multipurpose fitness studio - Locker & shower facilties

Preserved Cell 28

- Reception/security & office Community Center Stormwater Wetland

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PARK DESIGN CONCEPT DIAGRAM

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PARK CONCEPT PERSPECTIVE

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PARK CONCEPT PERSPECTIVE

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PARK CONCEPT PERSPECTIVE

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BERM AND EDGE CONDITIONS: DETAILED SECTIONS

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BERM AND EDGE CONDITIONS: DETAILED SECTIONS

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BERM AND EDGE CONDITIONS: DETAILED SECTIONS

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+155’

MECH

Park & Community Center

COMMUNITY CENTER FLOOR PLAN – LOWER LEVEL

LOCKERS +155’ POOL

UP

MULTIPURPOSE FITNESS

HALL +155’

+155’

UP

PRESERVED CELL 28 +155’ 28

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16’

32’

LOWER LEVEL McMillan Buildings


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MAIN ENTRANCE CATERING KITCHEN GALLERY

RECEPTION

+165’

+165’

UP

WC

WC

OUTDOOR TERRACE

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COMMUNITY CENTER FLOOR PLAN – UPPER LEVEL

DN

+155’

+170’

OPEN TO BELOW GALLERY

MULTIPURPOSE COMMUNITY ROOM +170’

+170’

PARK ENTRANCE

UP

0’

16’

32’

UPPER LEVEL +170’ McMillan Buildings

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COMMUNITY CENTER ELEVATION – EAST

NOTE: Material annotations typical for all elevations

Lightweight metal exterior trellis shading system conditions exterior space and shades building

Slender steel columns support exterior shading system and define public arcade 30

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High-performance glazing admits ample daylight to pool and other public spaces

Wood boards envelop the entrance vestibule. If viable, reclaimed wood from the site will be utilized.

Reinforced concrete groin vaults recreate experience of historic below-grade filter beds McMillan Buildings


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COMMUNITY CENTER ELEVATION – WEST

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COMMUNITY CENTER ELEVATION – NORTH

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COMMUNITY CENTER ELEVATION – SOUTH

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COMMUNITY CENTER ELEVATION & MATERIALS

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COMMUNITY CENTER ELEVATION & MATERIALS

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Park & Community Center

COMMUNITY CENTER SECTION – NORTH-SOUTH

+165’

MAIN ENTRANCE CATERING KITCHEN GALLERY

RECEPTION

+165’

+165’

UP

WC

WC

OUTDOOR TERRACE

DN

+155’

+170’

OPEN TO BELOW GALLERY

MULTIPURPOSE COMMUNITY ROOM +170’

+170’

PARK ENTRANCE

UP

0’

16’

32’

UPPER LEVEL +170’

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COMMUNITY CENTER SECTION – EAST-WEST

+165’

MAIN ENTRANCE CATERING KITCHEN GALLERY

RECEPTION

+165’

+165’

UP

WC

WC

OUTDOOR TERRACE

DN

+155’

+170’

OPEN TO BELOW GALLERY

MULTIPURPOSE COMMUNITY ROOM +170’

+170’

PARK ENTRANCE

UP

0’

16’

32’

UPPER LEVEL +170’

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OVERALL AERIAL VIEW FROM SOUTHEAST

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GROUND-LEVEL VIEW FROM SOUTH SERVICE COURT FACING MAIN ENTRANCE

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GROUND-LEVEL VIEW FROM TERRACED SEATING AREA FACING NORTH

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