DC2 813

Alberta Avenue - 9411-112 Avenue NW, 9407-112 Avenue NW, 11118-94 Street NW

Bylaw 16050 (April 16, 2012)

To redevelop the site with a comprehensively planned, low-rise residential four storey development that will achieve a high standard of appearance appropriate to the site location.

This DC2 Provision shall apply to 0.102 ha on 9411-112 Avenue NW, 9407-112 Avenue NW, 11118-94 Street NW; Lots 12-14, Block 27, Plan RN43, Alberta Avenue, as shown on Schedule ”A” of the Bylaw adopting this DC2 Provision.

a. Apartment Housing
b. Minor Home Based Business
c. Residential Sales Centre
d. Fascia On-premises Signs
e. Projecting On-premises Signs
a. The development shall be in accordance with these regulations and in general accordance with the attached appendices:
i. Appendix 1, Site Plan
ii. Appendix II, Parkade Plan
iii. Appendix III, Landscape Plan
iv. Appendix IV, Building Elevations
v. Appendix V, Building Elevations
b. The maximum number of dwelling units shall be (22) twenty two.
c. The maximum building height shall be 16m above average grade or four storeys. Average grade will be an average of the two most southerly corners of the site.
d. The required setbacks are as follows:
i. The minimum setback from the south property line shall be 2.9m.
ii. The minimum setback from the west property line shall be 2.3m to the building, and 0m to the above grade parking garage.
iii. The minimum setback from the east property line shall be 2.0m.
iv. The minimum setback from the north property line shall be 3.0m to the building, and 0m to the above grade parking garage.
e. A minimum amenity area of 7.5m2 per dwelling unit shall be provided. Of this, approximately 13.0m2 of outdoor amenity space is to be provided for a vegetable garden for the use of the tenants.
f. Development in this Provision shall be in accordance with the following design regulations, as illustrated in the Appendices and outlined in 4(a) of this Bylaw, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer:
i. The building shall create a pedestrian-friendly environment on 112 Avenue and 94 Street, which may include such things as entrance features, attractive fencing, landscaping, and other architectural elements and features that create visual interest and a human scale to development along the street.
ii. The main floor of the building shall be brick along 112 Avenue and 94 Street. Other exterior finishing materials shall provide visual interest and be durable and of high quality including but not limited to natural and synthetic stone, brick, acrylic stucco, metal and glazing, and shall be consistent with treatment on all faces of the buildings.
iii. A prominent front entrance to the building on 112 Avenue shall be provided.
iv. All ground floor dwellings fronting on to 112 Avenue and 94 Street shall have individual exterior front door entrances with individual municipal addresses.
v. The façade of the building frontage along the north, east and west shall be articulated at a maximum of 8m with a stepback of no less than 2m wide and 1.4m deep.
vi. At the primary street entrance to the building there shall be a stepback of no less than 2m wide and 1.4m deep.
vii. Colour schemes shall tie building elements together and enhance the architectural form of the building. Colours shall be based on earth and natural tones. Intense or bright colours shall be used sparingly and only as accents.
viii. All roof top mechanical equipment shall be screened.
g. Any retaining walls required for underground parking access must not exceed a height of 0.3m at the property line and no portion of the wall may encroach onto road right-of-way.
h. Parking shall be in accordance with Section 54 of the Zoning Bylaw, except as modified by the provisions of this Section:
i. The location of site access and parking shall be as generally shown on Appendix I, Site Plan and Appendix II, Parkade Plan. No direct vehicle access is permitted to 94 Street or 112 Avenue.
ii. The entrance to the underground parkade shall be from the south lane. The driveway ramp shall be at grade at the property line and not exceed a slope of 6% for a distance of 4.5m inside the property line, or to the satisfaction of the Transportation Services.
iii. The minimum number of vehicle parking spaces required is 26, including 3 (three) parking spaces for visitors.
iv. Any underground parking access card devices must be located on site, a minimum of 3m inside the property line.
i. Landscaping shall be in accordance with Appendix III, Landscaping Plan, and be to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.
j. Garbage Areas shall be provided to the satisfaction of the Transportation Services and Waste Services, as generally identified on the Site Plan, Appendix 1
k. Signs shall be allowed in this Provision as provided for in Schedule 59B.
l. Prior to the issuance of any Development Permit the Development Officer shall ensure that a signed agreement has been executed between the City and the Owner, requiring the owner to provide the City at the time of Development Permit approval, the option to purchase 5% of the proposed number of residential units at 85% of the list price.
m. The Development Permit Application shall include a Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) assessment prepared by a qualified security consultant. It should evaluate the design of the parking garage, the private and public spaces and facilities, having special regard for natural surveillance and access control.

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