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Master Plan

Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center


Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Existing Main Campus Plans Conceptual Main Campus Plans

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Community Engagement 10 Campus Arrival 11 Conceptual Renderings 12-17 Spiritual Center 18 Existing Farm Campus Plans Conceptual Farm Campus Plans

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Phase 1 Diagrams 23-25 Daisy Conceptual Design 26-35 Outdoor Kitchen Precedents 36 Farm Classroom Precedents 37 Phase 2 Diagrams 38-39 Phase 3 Diagrams 40-41 Phase 4 Diagrams 42-43 Phase 5 Diagrams 44-45 Phase 6 Diagrams 46-47 Phase 7 Diagrams 48-50 Phase 8 Diagrams 51-52 Precedent Images 53-54 Appendices 55

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Hazon Master Plan Executive Summary Hazon’s master plan is a bold vision for the Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center (Isabella Freedman), that demonstrates on every level Hazon’s vision for a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community. It is an iterative, phased plan that provides a model for growth and sustainability for the retreat center for the next 50 -100 years. Isabella Freedman is a place where participants have powerful, transformative experiences; where inspiration and life-changing programs happen on a regular basis. It is truly a jewel for the Jewish community both locally and nationally. Given the significant stakes, we embarked on a master planning process that contained three key goals: 1. Develop a facility design that is a model for an environmentally sustainable retreat center. 2. Develop a plan that aligns with a financially sustainable business model. 3. Expand overall capacity - both in occupancy and in programs spaces - so that more people will be able to experience and be transformed by Hazon programs and by Isabella Freedman. The master plan explicates a conceptual approach that includes both site and cultural influences. It organizes our essential activities thematically and logically together - arrival, community, farm, play, hub/eat, pray, retreat/learn, work, live, camp, and outdoor learning. These thematic groupings have helped guide our approach, and help to summarize the plan’s focal points: Increase Campus Capacity A key element of the master plan is to expand the capacity of Isabella Freedman, in order to enhance the impact and quality of our programming and strengthen our financial model. The master plan almost doubles guest capacity and triples the amount of program space, including our dining space. The plan provides for a range of accommodations for differing income levels and family structures. The expansion includes major infrastructure investment (water, power, septic) to support this growth in capacity. Pedestrian Friendly A critical value of the master plan is that guests are welcomed and experience campus in a warm and peaceful way. This is accomplished by providing a safer crossing at Johnson Road, and by establishing a corridor through the middle of campus that is only for pedestrians and cyclists. In addition, there is an expanded parking lot that moves the busyness of check-in/check-out off the main path through campus and directly into the Main Hall, thus providing a clear and welcoming entry sequence for the arrival of guests. There is a new road along the edge of campus with access to the new Main Hall for truck access and deliveries, and for drop off at guest buildings. We also included bike repair, bike rental and bike parking areas, highlighting our value of a campus intended for pedestrians and cyclists, rather than cars and trucks.

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Sustainable Planning and Design As The Jewish Lab for Sustainability, Hazon’s master plan reflects our mission to create a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community, and a healthier and more sustainable world for all. Our commitment to sustainability is incorporated throughout the master plan and is represented in a variety of ways. This includes building design, where we seek to design and build state of the art facilities that are a model for retreat centers and camps through energy efficient systems for heating and cooling and green features such as lighting and building materials. It also includes the infrastructure, insuring that the systems to power and operate campus are as sustainable as possible. Finally, the master plan reflects the way that we approach land use, minimizing our collective footprint, and living and teaching sustainable ideas such as composting and using compostable products. Relationship with Nature Sustainability and land stewardship are core to the campus design approach, as well as to each individual component of the master plan. The plan emphasizes the relationship between the campus, the lake, and the mountains in a connected and integrated way - facilitating a deeper nature experience for visitors. Direct access to the lake through footpaths, sitting steps at the water’s edge, and multiple docks are intended to get people closer to, and into, the water. There are new spaces for outdoor learning and exploration, which access wooded areas and trails in an enhanced, intentional way. Spiritual Center A critical goal of the master plan is to provide multiple opportunities and spaces for worship. The spiritual center includes a cluster of three synagogues designed to provide areas for solitude, worship and social interaction, as well as a range of program space capacities. A central outdoor patio and fire pit give structure to our programmatic theme of inclusivity and Jewish pluralism, and provide opportunities for multiple uses, both as social and outdoor prayer spaces. Each synagogue has views of the lake and are oriented towards the East. Farm Expansion The Adamah Farm is one of the anchors of the retreat experience. We plan to expand access to and usage of the farm as key experiential and educational features by developing a classroom building on the farm. On central campus, the master plan provides an outdoor cooking kitchen area and expanded greenhouse as an opportunity for guests to be involved in the farm-to-table concept through learning and participating. The plan also expands the area where farm animals reside on campus, enabling greater guest engagement. The Hazon Master Plan Team, consisting of lay leaders, Hazon staff, Metcalfe Architecture & Design and Allied Engineering, and informed by key stakeholders, has worked closely over the course of a year to develop a master plan that we hope and believe reflects the values and dreams of our community. Please refer to the appendices at the end of this document for summary data. 3


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1. Staff Cottage - RENOVATE 2. Main Office Building - RENOVATE 3. Old Canteen - RECOMMENDED DEMO 4. Chestnut - RECOMMENDED DEMO 5. Pool and Canteen - DEMO 6. Greenhouse - DEMO/RELOCATE 7. Outdoor Oven - DEMO/RELOCATE 8. Arts and Crafts - RECOMMENDED DEMO 9. Great Hall - RENOVATE/DEMO 10. Synagogue - RENOVATE 11. Weinburg - RECOMMENDED DEMO 12. Cedar - DEMO 13. Maple and Blue Heron - RENOVATE 14. Scheuer - RENOVATE 15. Pines - RENOVATE/DEMO PORTION 16. Beige Yurt - RELOCATE/DEMO 17. Kaufman - RENOVATE/DEMO 18. Cedar - DEMO 19. Staff Housing - RENOVATE 20. Barnyard Buildings - RECOMMENDED DEMO 21. Red Yurt - RELOCATE 22. Lake House - DEMO 23. May - RENOVATE/2ND FLOOR ADDITION 24. Camping Cabins - RECOMMENDED DEMO 25. Tent - DEMO


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1. COMMUNITY BUILDING - Bookstore, Spa Registration, Juice and Coffee Bar, Bike Repair, Woodshop and Crafting 2. GOLF CART SERVICE REQUEST CENTER 3. MAIN PARKING 4. MAIN HALL - Registration, Kitchen and Dining, Demo Kitchen and Small Dining, IF/H Offices, Making: Cheesemaking, Pickling/Canning, Syrup Making, Honey Making 5. BOAT HOUSE - Canoe and Kayak Storage, Dock, Swimming area 6. PLAY - Treehouses, Nature Play Area, Tiered Seating with Lake View 7. GREAT HALL AND LIBRARY - Catering/Staging Kitchen 8. BEIT KNESSET - House of Gathering with outdoor fire pit 9. BEIT MIDRASH - House of Study 10. BEIT RINAH - House of Song 11. GREENHOUSE - Demo Garden, Outdoor Oven, Syrup Shack, and

Orchard 12. CHILDREN’S HALL 13. CLASSROOM 01 14. CLASSROOM 02 - Shared outdoor fire pit 15. CONFERENCE CENTER 16. MAINTENANCE BUILDING - Workshop, Housekeeping, Storage 17. MIKVEH 18. SCHEUER LIVING 19. DAISY LIVING 20. NEW DAISY LIVING 21. WELL HOUSE 22.LONG TERM HOUSING 23. UTILITY OUT BUILDING 24. BARNYARD - Animal Education Center, Pasture 25. ADAMAH/TEVA HOUSE- Residences, classroom 26. OUTDOOR LEARNING 27. CAMP GROUND - Yurt glamping, tents, platforms, central fire pit 28. BUNK AND BATH HOUSE 29. LIVING 30. MAY LIVING 31. LAKE HOUSE LIVING 32. CHALET LIVING 33. GREEN CEMETERY - Small Chapel 34. QUIET RETREAT 35. SPA AND HEALTH CENTER 36. FARM 37. GERRY SAVAGE MEMORIAL ORCHARD 38. WELL HOUSE 39. BRIDGE & LOOKOUT STRUCTURE 40. ADA LAKE LOOP TRAIL


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Isabella Freedman wants its campus to be visible and accessible to its surrounding Falls Village community-its location on a wooded site off a small road makes this challenging. We have concluded that providing a public face at the intersection of Johnson Road and Beebe Hill Road, immediately adjacent to the retreat’s entry, would provide an initial friendly connection and opportunity for community interaction. A farm stand, juice and coffee bar, and adjacent parking lot will make it easy for neighbors to run by the retreat to grab some pickled vegetables, honey, goat cheese and conversation (C2). Additional nodes of community engagement can be found at the adjacent bike share and repair, and bookstore (even though they are primarily dedicated for the use of the Isabella Freedman community) (C3). We imagine that these connections with the community will create a gateway and sense of arrival to the retreat, replacing its non-descript entry that is so easily passed by.

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This amplified entry to the campus will also provide an arrival for I/F visitors to the spa, cemetery and quiet retreat areas. These features are the most intimate components of this campus. The lake side of the community interaction provides a more sequestered and elegant area for arrival, where guests can register for the spa and the quiet retreat, use the wood shop for crafts, or visit the cemetery.

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•Vehicles entering the main campus will be directly fed into a new parking lot, adjacent to arrival/sign-in for the retreat (C7). This will clarify the current arrival sequence, creating an obvious location for check-in, while keeping vehicles off the main campus road. •Create a secondary path for cyclists and pedestrians to access the farm area at Beebe Hill and the Community Interaction area on their own dedicated path with a beautiful view of Lake Phil (C4). •Provide a safe pedestrian and bicycle crossing at the west side of the intersection of Johnson Road and Beebe Hill Road (C16). Johnson Road will be equipped with traffic calming devices such as signage, pavement texture and color change, encouraging drivers to slowdown (C9). Adamah workers on their way to work the fields and guests visiting the farm or viewing the sunset will be able to safely cross this sometimes-busy street. The slowing drivers will also become more aware of the retreat and tell visitors that they are about to Arrive!

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C1. Community Parking Spaces (5 + 1 ADA) C2. Street level: Bookstore/ Juice and Coffee Bar; Lower level: Spa registration, cemetery office C3. Street level: Bike Share/Repair and Farm Stand; Lower level: wood shop and crafts C4. Bike/pedestrian path from main campus to farm (ADA accessible up to patio from main campus) C5. Boardwalk to Spa, quiet retreat area and cemetery (ADA accessible) C6. Spa and Health Center with massage, sauna, lounge, hot tub, and extended deck overlooking Lake Phil C7. Main Parking Area (85 + 4 ADA) C8. Golf Cart Service Request Center and Office- first floor, Full-time Staff Residence – second floor; Teva residence transition space; Guest use office center – first floor option C9. Traffic Calming Area; paving texture and color change C10.Pedestrian and Bike path on farm; ADA accessible; safe from traffic on Beebe Hill Road C11.Existing Adamah Gate as entry to farm

C12.Fence at farm, modify to accommodate new entries, clean up understory and shrubs along Johnson Road C13.Road signage for Isabella Freedman for both directions of traffic on Johnson Road C14.Main automobile entry – cars only, bicycles may use this as an alternate route C15.Automobile entry to community engagement structures for public C16.Painted crosswalk to farm for pedestrians and bicycles C17.Existing solar array C18.Expanded solar array – provide power to community engagement buildings or supplement spa C19.Gerry Savage Memorial Orchard C20.Bicycle parking C21.Vehicle access to residential buildings on south side of lake for loading/unloading only C22.Paving change/road narrows to direct vehicle flow to main parking lot C23. Lower level patio, access to boardwalk and outdoor crafts


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The master plan addresses the following improvements to the existing Arrive! sequence: • Clear understanding of the sequence of arrival-parking, check-in and unpacking. The current arrival sequence for guests is confusing. With minimal signage and wayfinding, ambiguous marking at Johnson Road, undefined parking areas, and no clear indication for visitors of which building hosts the check-in process, new visitors start their stay with confusion. Our proposed entry off Johnson Road (see the Community Engagement plan) along with the new main parking area provides a clear understanding of an arrival sequence for guest vehicles arriving on site. As a visitor pulls into the parking lot there is an entry plaza, and welcoming building inviting new guests to check-in to an environment that lets them know they are entering a community of natural beauty and welcome. • Clear and separate navigation through campus for vehicles and pedestrians/bicycles. The current experience is confused. Our master plan proposes that when a guest is assigned a room, they will drive along dedicated roads for vehicles, parking near their room, dropping their luggage and returning their car to the main parking area (A26, A1). After parking their car, they can wander along a well-marked motor vehicle-free main boulevard through campus (A20). Pedestrians and bicycles will rule the road, moving safely along this path through connecting outdoor spaces to the buildings along the way where they will sleep, eat, worship, learn and play. • The campus does not utilize its relationship to nature. Everyone understands the power of the forest and water to rejuvenate the spirit. The greatest asset of this campus is its relationship to nature, yet it is sometimes hard to appreciate this asset as the campus is currently laid out. We are proposing to remove buildings that obstruct views of the lake and mountains so as visitors enter the campus, they can understand the beauty and character of I/F upon check-in. A large expanse of glass and high ceiling at the check-in building will make visitors feel immersed in the trees, mountains and water from the first instant they arrive. A1. Main Parking Area (85) A2. ADA Parking Spaces (4) A3. Golf Cart Service Request Center and Officefirst floor, Full-time Staff Residence – second floor; Teva residence transition space; Guest use office center – first floor option A4. Walkway/Entry Plaza – Access from parking lot to check-in A5. Main Hall – check-in, guest services, kitchen, dining (400 ppl), demonstration kitchen and small dining (50 ppl), IF/H offices, cheese making, pickling/canning, syrup making, honey making, storage; wedding- 300 person dining + dance area A6. Loading/delivery area with overhang – at grade level A7. Outdoor Dining Patio and Cafeteria Entry Plaza A8. Greenhouse A9. Outdoor brick oven and maple sugar shack A10. Herb and Demonstration Raised Bed Gardens A11. Children’s Hall/Camp Teva Use A12. Great Hall/Library; Catering support space; Grass roof/structure tucked into hillside – Walkout/views to lake; Views over structure from main path (A20); Wedding cocktails for 300 ppl. A13. Outdoor patio with direct access to the Great Hall/Library; Sukkah and Outdoor Wedding for 300 ppl A14. Beit Rinah: House of Song – Renovated existing Synagogue, 80 ppl, addition for restrooms – Flexible Program Space A15. Beit Knesset: House of Gathering – 150 ppl Flexible Program Space A16. Relocated Gazebo A17. Treehouses, nature play area and spray play area A18. Boat House with Canoe and Kayak Storage,

dock and swimming area A19. Tiered Seating at Lake, built into the hillside A20. Main Path (ADA accessible), pedestrians and bicycles only, new underground infrastructure corridor A21. Lakeside Path (ADA accessible), pedestrians and bicycles only, clear select areas along lake edge A22. Well House; mostly below ground, views of lake from main path over well house; pump for spray play area A23. Gerry Savage Memorial Orchard A24. Directional Arrow Signage (five locations) A25. Dumpster/Recycling Area (Fence/Block wall) A26. Internal vehicle road A27. Orchard Trees A28. Synagogue Patio Area with Firepit – At lakeside path level A29. New trees as parking area buffer (varying heights/types) A30. Rain Garden for parking area run-off A31. Pedestrian/bicycle path to Community Engagement Area and Farm A32. Pedestrian/bicycle/vehicle road to residential area on south side of lake A22. Well House: half below grade, can see over it, pump for water play area A23. Gerry Savage memorial orchard A24. Directional area signage (5 locations) A25. Bike parking A26. Main Vehicular Path A27. Trash and Recycling Storage A28.Outdoor Prayer Space A29. Landscape Buffer A30. Path to Community Engagement A31. Vehicular and Pedestrian Path to South side of Lake


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Isabella Freedman’s basis is in prayer and worship. A critical goal of the masterplan is to provide multiple opportunities for worship, accommodating the many variations found in the Jewish faith. The spiritual center is in a cluster of synagogues designed to provide areas for solitude, worship AND social interaction; where differences between worshippers dissolve with gathering and conversation. An outdoor patio and firepit provide opportunities for multiple uses, both as social and outdoor prayer spaces. While each synagogue has views to the lake, they are also oriented towards the east and double as flexible program spaces.

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The spiritual center is accessible from the two paths that run through the main part of campus. This area is visible from all public/program components of the main campus, emphasizing the spiritual basis for the campus. Both the main and lakeside paths provide ADA accessible entry on multiple levels to each of the synagogues (S9, S10). Beit Midrash (S3) also includes an elevator for a shortcut to the lower level at mid-campus for those who cannot easily navigate the steps. This elevator will be accessible to non-worshippers while being used for services. The multiple synagogues, allowing for different forms of worship, provide the flexibility for many groups to use the campus at once, and to simultaneously worship. Isabella Freedman’s message of inclusive worship is embodied in this important and central part of campus – at the heart.

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S1. Beit Rinah: House of Song – Renovation/addition to existing Synagogue- (80 ppl); flexible program space; offices/ storage at bottom level S2. Beit Knesset: House of Gathering (150 ppl); flexible program space; offices/storage at bottom level S3. Beit Midrash: House of Study (120 ppl); flexible program space; offices/storage at bottom level; elevator/access to outdoor prayer space S4. Outdoor prayer space and firepit/plaza, ‘Ner Tamid’ S5. Great Hall/Library; Catering support space; Grass roof/ structure tucked into hillside – Walk-out/views to lake; Views over structure from main path (S10); Wedding cocktails for 300 ppl. S6. Outdoor patio with direct access to the Great Hall/Library; Sukkah and Outdoor Wedding for 300 ppl

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S7. Main Hall –check-in, guest services, kitchen, dining (400 ppl), demonstration kitchen and small dining (50 ppl), IF/H offices, cheese making, pickling/canning, syrup making, honey making, storage; wedding- 300 person dining + dance area S8. Children’s Hall/Camp Teva Use S9. Lakeside Path (ADA accessible), pedestrians and bicycles only, clear select areas along lake edge S10. Main Path (ADA accessible), pedestrians and bicycles only, new underground infrastructure corridor S11. New trees to define edge of outdoor zones S12. Outdoor Dining Patio and Cafeteria Entry Plaza S13. Bird Sanctuary Island S14. Bridge and lookout structure (ADA accessible) S15. Boardwalk access to Beit Midrash


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F1. Existing adamah gate with plantings F2. ADA path F3. Cultivated field F4. Greenhouse F5. Barn F6. Farmhouse classroom at base of view tower F7. Tiered seating oriented towards sunset views F8. Access road with parking (5 spaces) F9. Mown grass path F10. Community building with farm stand F11. Traffic calming devices: Changed paving patterns, crosswalk F12. Bike Path

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Conceptual Cost: $4.775 mill ($5.276 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 55 queen/king, 110 twin/pullout couch (May, Weinberg, Maple, Blue Heron, Pine, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy, Cedar) Staff Beds: 7 queen/king, 25 twin/pullout couch (not incl cottage) Program spaces: 7 (Yurts (2), Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Arts-craft, farm classroom)

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A Below Grade Utility Vault (Future Electric/ Communications) B Temporary Generator for Daisy (19) C Existing Utility Pole/Transformer D Temporary Connection to Existing Water Main E Septic Tank F Pump Chamber G Tie to Existing Leach Field H D-Box/Drywell (Outdoor Kitchen)


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• D2. Demolish old canteen/offices • D3. Demolish pool and spa • D4. Demolish greenhouse • D5. Demolish Cedar cabin • D6. Demolish existing path • D7. Demolish Chestnut cabin

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• 2A. Main path and infrastructure/ pump house ($877k) • 2B. New parking and access road ($493k) • 2C. Beit Midrash ($803k) • 2D Teva House ($1.7 mill) • 2E. Well House ($262k) • 2F. Glamping Area and Bath House ($206k) • 2G. Treehouse ($95k) • 2H. Plaza and Firepit ($110k) • 2I. Hot Tub ($39k) • 2J. ADA Outdoor Learning Trail ($62k) Conceptual Cost: $4.654mill ($5.631 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 52 queen/king, 104 twin/pullout couch, 24 glamping twins (May, Weinberg, Maple, Blue Heron, Pine, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy) Staff Beds: 32 twin/pullout couch (not incl cottage) Program spaces: 9 (Yurts (2), Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Arts-crafts, Beit Madrash, Farm Classroom, Teva Classroom)

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• 3A. Main Hall ($10.6 mill) • 3B. Greenhouse/Gardens/Misc. ($32k) • 3C. Renovation at north side of Great Hall - new entry ($110k) • 3D. Landscape buffer ($36k) • Infrastructure Upgrade ($165k) Conceptual Cost: $10.939 mill ($14.385 w/escalation) Guest Beds: 52 queen/king, 104 twin/pullout couch, 24 glamping twins (May, Weinberg, Maple, Blue Heron, Pine, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy) Staff Beds: 32 twin/pullout couch (2nd floor office bldg., Burbs, New Lake House) (not incl cottage) Program spaces: 10 (Yurts (2), Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Beit Madrash, small dining, old cafeteria, farm classroom, Teva classroom)

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• D1. Demolish RR and partial kitchen • D2. Demolish Arts and Crafts building • D3. Demolish Service road • D4. Relocate Greenhouse • D5. Demolish tent and mulch groundcover • D6. Demolish path

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• 4A. Raze Great Hall/Library – new Great Hall Library with grass roof and lake side plaza ($2.77 mill) • 4B. Renovated Synagogue ($288k) • 4C. Lakeside ADA path ($80k) • 4D. Maintenance Building/Housekeeping ($2.0 mill) • 4E. Orchard ($18k) • 4F. Gerry Savage Memorial Orchard (optional in earlier phase) ($24k) • 4G. Service Tunnel to basement of Hub (optional) (NIC) • 4H. Play Area/Treehouses ($595k) • 4I. Golf Cart Service Request Center and Office ($289k) • 4J. Lake seating ($121k) • Infrastructure Upgrade (1$95k)

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• D1. Demolish Great Hall & Library

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Conceptual Cost: $6.401 mill ($9.09 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 52 queen/king, 104 twin/pullout couch, 24 glamping twins (May, Weinberg, Maple, Blue Heron, Pine, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy) Staff Beds: 32 twin/pullout couch (2nd floor office bldg., Burbs, New Lake House) (not incl cottage) Program spaces: 9 (Yurts (2), Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Beit Madrash, small dining, Farm classroom, Teva classroom)

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• 5A. Beit Knesset ($850k) • 5B. Community interaction Building (farmers market, arts/crafts, bikes, offices, lake side patio, parking) ($1.577 mill) • 5C. Renovate cottage for offices, bookstore and coffee/juice bar ($288k) • 5D. Lake Front Residential ($2.5 mill) • 5E. Road system to south side of lake ($458k) • 5F. Pedestrian/bicycle path to community engagement/farm ($56k) • 5G. Expanded solar array ($50k) • 5H. Landscape buffer ($36k) • Demolition of noted structures ($47k)

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Conceptual Cost: $5.872 mill ($8.955 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 60 queen/king, 96 twin/pullout couch, 24 glamping twins (May, Maple, Blue Heron, Pine, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy, Yurts (3), Lakefront) Staff Beds: 32 twin/pullout couch (2nd floor office bldg., Burbs, New Lake House) Program spaces: 9 (Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Beit Madrash, small dining, arts/crafts (new), Beit Knesset, Farm classroom, Teva classroom)

• D1. Demolish Weinberg cabin • D2. Demolish existing road • D3. Demolish deck, relocate yurt

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• 6A. Children’s Hall/Camp Teva Use, pathways ($1.82 mill) • 6B. Mikveh dock/enclosure ($146k) • 6C. Boathouse Renovation in former Mikveh ($15k) • 6D. Bunkhouse and public shower/toilets ($1.66 mill) • 6E. Livestock farm/classroom ($639k) • 6F. Adamah house/classroom ($1.26 mill) • 6G. Lake House Residential ($1.2 mil) • 6H. Glamping Area ($189) • 6I. Bridge and bird watch structure ($192k) •6J. Glamping Area Connector Trail ($25k) •6K. Indoor Mikveh ($121k)

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• D1. Demolish dock • D2. Demolish barn and farm buildings • D3. Demolish kfar • D4. Demolish/Relocate Glamping and Bath House

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Conceptual Cost: $7.269 mill ($11.848 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 72 queen/king, 186 twin/pullout couch, 24 glamping twins (May, Maple, Blue Heron, Pine, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy, Yurts (3), Lakefront, Bunkhouse, Lakehouse) Staff Beds: 47 twin/pullout couch (2nd floor office bldg., Burbs, New Lake House, Adamah House, Teva House) Program spaces: 12 (Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Beit Madrash, small dining, arts/crafts (new), Beit Knesset, Children’s Hall (2), Farm classroom, Adamah Classroom, Teva Classroom)


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• 7A. Maple and Blue Heron convert from residence to program space, new path system ($546k) • 7B. Conference Center ($617k) • 7C. Spa and Health Center ($735k) • 7D. Quiet Retreat, chapel, pods, lily pads ($332k) • 7E. Cemetery ($67k) • 7F. May Addition ($1.9 mill) • 7G. New twin Chalets (3) ($1.577 mill) • 7H. Barn ($87k) • 7I. Outdoor view seating and classroom/pathway system ($130k) • Infrastructure Upgrade ($126k)

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Conceptual Cost: $6.120 mill ($10.618 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 84 queen/king, 186 twin/pullout couch, 24 glamping twins (May, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy, Yurts (3), Lakefront, Bunkhouse, Chalets (3), Lakehouse Staff Beds: 47 twin/pullout couch (2nd floor office bldg., Burbs, New Lake House, Adamah House, Teva House) Program spaces: 16 (Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Beit Madrash, small dining, arts/crafts (new), Beit Knesset, Children’s Hall (2), Farm classroom, Adamah Classroom, Maple, Blue Heron, conference center (2), agriculture classroom, Teva Classroom)

• D1. Demolish portion of Pines cabin • D2. Demolish pathways

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• 7A. Maple and Blue Heron convert from residence to program space, new path system ($546k) • 7B. Conference Center ($617k) • 7C. Spa and Health Center ($735k) • 7D. Quiet Retreat, chapel, pods, lily pads ($332k) • 7E. Cemetery ($67k) • 7F. May Addition ($1.9 mill) • 7G. New twin Chalets (3) ($1.577 mill) • 7H. Barn ($87k) • 7I. Outdoor view seating and classroom/pathway system ($130k) • Infrastructure Upgrade ($126k) Conceptual Cost: $6.120 mill ($10.618 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 84 queen/king, 186 twin/pullout couch, 24 glamping twins (May, Scheuer, Kaufman, Elm, Daisy, Yurts (3), Lakefront, Bunkhouse, Chalets (3), Lakehouse Staff Beds: 47 twin/pullout couch (2nd floor office bldg., Burbs, New Lake House, Adamah House, Teva House) Program spaces: 16 (Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Beit Madrash, small dining, arts/crafts (new), Beit Knesset, Children’s Hall (2), Farm classroom, Adamah Classroom, Maple, Blue Heron, conference center (2), agriculture classroom, Teva Classroom)

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• D1. Demolish portion of Pines cabin • D2. Demolish pathways

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• 8A. Daisy East ($2.597 mill) • 8B. New ‘Burbs ($1.686 mill) • 8C. ‘Burbs Renovation ($1.118 mill) • 8D. New twin Chalets (3) ($1.583 mill) • New Access Road from Johnson Rd. ($48k) Conceptual Cost: $7.034 mill ($12.944 mill w/escalation) Guest Beds: 122 queen/king, 164 twin/pullout couch, 36 glamping twins (May, Scheuer, Daisy, Yurts (3), Lakefront, Bunkhouse, Chalets (6), New Lake House, ‘Burbs, New ‘Burbs, Daisy East) Staff Beds: 0 queen/king, 31 twin/pullout couch (2nd floor office bldg., Adamah House, Teva House) Program spaces: 17 (Synagogue, Library, Great Hall, Beit Madrash, small dining, arts/crafts (new), Beit Knesset, Children’s Hall (2), Farm classroom, Adamah Classroom, Maple, Blue Heron, conference center (2), agriculture classroom, Teva Classroom)

DEMO

• D1. Demolish Kaufman cabin • D2. Demolish Elm cabin

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Appendix 1 Beds/Program Space Growth Guest Beds KQ / Tw P.O. Existing: Phase 1: Phase 2: Phase 3: Phase 4: Phase 5: Phase 6: Phase 7: Phase 8:

45/ 100 55 (+10)/110 (+10) 52(-3)/104(-6) 52/104 52/104 60 (+8)/96 (-8) 72(+12)/186 (+90) 84 (+12)/186 122 (+38)/162 (-24)

Staff beds KQ / Tw. 7 /25 7 /25 0(-7)/32(+7) 0/32 0/32 0/32 0/47 (+15) 0/47 0/31 (-16)

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0 0 24 (+24) 24 24 24 24 24 36 (+12)

Program Spaces -- 6 6 9 (+3) 10 (+1) 9 (-1) 9 12 (+3) 16 (+4) 17 (+1)

*Counts do not incl. tent campers (guests), Beebe Hill Rd property (guests) or use of the cottage (staff)

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Dining Capacity Existing: 120 Dining Hall+ Proposed: 400 Dining Hall*

Total Cost of Master Plan Implementation: Phase 1: $4.775 mill. ($5.276 mill. escalated) Phase 2: $4.654 mill. ($5.631 mill. escalated) Phase 3: $10.939 mill. ($14.385 mill. escalated) Phase 4: $6.401 mill. ($9.09 mill. escalated) Phase 5: $5.872 mill. ($8.955 mill. escalated) Phase 6: $7.269 mill. ($11.848 mill. escalated) Phase 7: $6.120 mill. ($10.618 mill. escalated) Phase 8: $7.034 mill. ($12.944 mill. escalated)

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100 Library++ 50 Small Dining**

300 tent+++ 300 terrace/library/great room***

Used as main dining hall through Phase 2. In Phase 3, becomes extra program space. Demolished in Phase 4. Library used to increase capacity when desired – however, this eliminates a program space when used. Not used for dining overflow at Phase 3. Tent demolished in Phase 3. 400 person dining can be divided into two spaces for 200+200. Can also be used for 300 person weddings and dance floor. Count does not include outdoor café tables at ground level. Phase 3. Count does not include outdoor seating on roof terrace. Phase 3. This is intended to be used for wedding ceremonies/cocktail receptions, not for sit down meals. Phase 3.

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