TOWN OF ARLINGTON

REDEVELOPMENT BOARD

Application for Special Permit In Accordance with Environmental Design Review Procedures (Section 3.4 of the Zoning Bylaw)

Docket No. 1. Property Address 190 & 192-200 Massachusetts Ave Name of Record Owner(s) 190-200 Massachusetts Ave, LLC Phone _781-654-6306 Address of Owner _455 Massachusetts Ave , Ste 1 , _Arlington, MA 02474 Street City, State, Zip 2 Name of Applicant(s) (if different than above) Same as above Address Phone Status Relative to Property (occupant, purchaser, etc.) 3. Location of Property ___ Map 6, Block 3, Lots 1A and 1B Assessor's Block Plan, Block, Lot No. 4. Deed recorded in the Registry of deeds, Book , Page : -or- registered in Land Registration Office, Cert. No. 3413N_, in Book 1362 _, Page _16 1376 27 5. Present Use of Property (include # of dwelling units, if any) Retail, Service, Restaurant 6. Proposed Use of Property (include # of dwelling units, if any) __ Mixed-Use

24 Apartment Units & Retail or Restaurant

7. Permit applied for in accordance with 3.4 Environmental Design Review the following Zoning Bylaw section(s) 552 i i SP (Mixed-Use <=20,000SF) section(s) title(s) 8. Please attach a statement that describes your project and provide any additional information that may aid the ARB in

understanding the permits you request. Include any reasons that you feel you should be granted the requested permission.

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(In the statement below, strike out the words that do not apply) The applicant states that 192-200 Massachusetts Ave, LLC is the owner -or- occupant -or- purchaser under agreement of the property in Arlington located at_190 & 192-200 Massachusetts Ave which is the subject of this application; and that unfavorable action -or- no unfavorable action has been taken by the Zoning Board of Appeals on a similar application regarding this property within the last two years. The applicant expressly agrees to comply with any and all conditions and qualifications imposed upon this permission, either by the Zoning Bylaw or by the Redevelopment Board, should the permit be granted.

Signature of Applicant(s)

Address Phone

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Town of Arlington Redevelopment Board Application for Special Permit in accordance with Environmental Design Review (Section 3.4)

Required Submittals Checklist

Two full sets of materials and one electronic copy are required. A model may be requested. Review the ARB’s Rules and Regulations, which can be found at arlingtonma.gov/arb, for the full list of required submittals.

_X_ Dimensional and Parking Information Form (see attached)

_X_ Site plan of proposal

_N/A_ Model, if required

_X Drawing of existing conditions

_X___ Drawing of proposed structure

_X___ Proposed landscaping. May be incorporated into site plan

_X___ Photographs

_X_____ Impact statement

NA Application and plans for sign permits

_X__ Stormwater management plan (for stormwater management during construction for projects with new construction

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

Special Permit Granted Date:

Received evidence of filing with Registry of Deeds Date:

Notified Building Inspector of Special Permit filing Date:

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TOWN OF ARLINGTON REDEVELOPMENT BOARD Petition for Special Permit under Environmental Design Review (see Section 3.4 of the

Arlington Zoning Bylaw for Applicability)

For projects subject to Environmental Design Review, (see Section 3.4), please submit a statement that completely describes your proposal, and addresses each of the following standards.

1. Preservation of Landscape. The landscape shall be preserved in its natural state, insofar as practicable, by minimizing tree and soil removal, and any grade changes shall be in keeping with the general appearance of neighboring developed areas.

2. Relation of Buildings to Environment. Proposed development shall be related harmoniously to the terrain and to the use, scale, and architecture of existing buildings in the vicinity that have functional or visual relationship to the proposed buildings. The Arlington Redevelopment Board may require a modification in massing to reduce the effect of shadows on abutting property in an RO, R1 or R2 district or on public open space.

3. Open Space. All open space (landscaped and usable) shall be so designed as to add to the visual amenities of the vicinity by maximizing its visibility for persons passing the site or overlooking it from nearby properties. The location and configuration of usable open space shall be so designed as to encourage social interaction, maximize its utility, and facilitate maintenance.

4. Circulation. With respect to vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle circulation, including entrances, ramps, walkways, drives, and parking, special attention shall be given to location and number of access points to the public streets (especially in relation to existing traffic controls and mass transit facilities), width of interior drives and access points, general interior circulation, separation of pedestrian and vehicular traffic, access to community facilities, and arrangement of vehicle parking and bicycle parking areas, including bicycle parking spaces required by Section 8.13 that are safe and convenient and, insofar as practicable, do not detract from the use and enjoyment of proposed buildings and structures and the neighboring properties.

5. Surface Water Drainage. Special attention shall be given to proper site surface drainage so that removal of surface waters will not adversely affect neighboring properties or the public storm drainage system. Available Best Management Practices for the site should be employed, and include site planning to minimize impervious surface and reduce clearing and re-grading. Best Management Practices may include erosion control and storm water treatment by means of swales, filters, plantings, roof gardens, native vegetation, and leaching catch basins. Storm water should be treated at least minimally on the development site; that which cannot be handled on site shall be removed from all roofs, canopies, paved and pooling areas and carried away in an underground drainage system. Surface water in all paved areas shall be collected at intervals so that it will not obstruct the flow of vehicular or pedestrian traffic, and will not create puddles in the paved areas.

In accordance with Section 3.3.4, the Board may require from any applicant, after consultation with the Director of Public Works, security satisfactory to the Board to insure the maintenance of all storm water facilities such as catch basins, leaching catch basins, detention basins, swales, etc. within the site. The Board may use funds provided by such security to conduct maintenance that the applicant fails to do. The Board may adjust in its sole discretion the amount and type of financial security such that it is satisfied that the amount is sufficient to provide for the future maintenance needs.

6. Utility Service. Electric, telephone, cable TV and other such lines and equipment shall be underground. The proposed method of sanitary sewage disposal and solid waste disposal from all buildings shall be indicated.

7. Advertising Features. The size, location, design, color, texture, lighting and materials of all permanent signs and outdoor advertising structures or features shall not detract from the use and enjoyment of proposed buildings and structures and the surrounding properties. Advertising features are subject to the provisions of Section 6.2 of the Zoning Bylaw.

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8. Special Features. Exposed storage areas, exposed machinery installations, service areas, truck loading areas, utility buildings and structures, and similar accessory areas and structures shall be subject to such setbacks, screen plantings or other screening methods as shall reasonably be required to prevent their being incongruous with the existing or contemplated environment and the surrounding properties.

9. Safety. With respect to personal safety, all open and enclosed spaces shall be designed to facilitate building evacuation and maximize accessibility by fire, police, and other emergency personnel and equipment. Insofar as practicable, all exterior spaces and interior public and semi-public spaces shall be so designed as to minimize the fear and probability of personal harm or injury by increasing the potential surveillance by neighboring residents and passersby of any accident or attempted criminal act.

10. Heritage. With respect to Arlington's heritage, removal or disruption of historic, traditional or significant uses, structures, or architectural elements shall be minimized insofar as practicable, whether these exist on the site or on adjacent properties.

11. Microclimate. With respect to the localized climatic characteristics of a given area, any development which proposes new structures, new hard-surface ground coverage, or the installation of machinery which emits heat, vapor, or fumes, shall endeavor to minimize, insofar as practicable, any adverse impact on light, air, and water resources, or on noise and temperature levels of the immediate environment.

12. Sustainable Building and Site Design. Projects are encouraged to incorporate best practices related to sustainable sites, water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources, and indoor environmental quality. Applicants must submit a current Green Building Council Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) checklist, appropriate to the type of development, annotated with narrative description that indicates how the LEED performance objectives will be incorporated into the project. [LEED checklists can be found at http://www.usgbc.org/DisplayPage.aspx? CMSPageID=220b |

In addition, projects subject to Environmental Design Review must address and meet the following Special Permit Criteria (see Section 3.3.3 of the Zoning Bylaw):

1. The use requested is listed as a special permit in the use regulations for the applicable district or is so designated elsewhere in this Bylaw.

2. The requested use is essential or desirable to the public convenience or welfare.

3. The requested use will not create undue traffic congestion or unduly impair pedestrian safety.

4. The requested use will not overload any public water, drainage or sewer system or any other municipal system to such an extent that the requested use or any developed use in the immediate area or in any other area of the Town will be unduly subjected to hazards affecting health, safety or the general welfare.

5. Any special regulations for the use as may be provided in this Bylaw are fulfilled.

6. The requested use will not impair the integrity or character of the district or adjoining districts, nor be detrimental to the health, morals, or welfare.

7. The requested use will not, by its addition to a neighborhood, cause an excess of the particular use that could be detrimental to the character of said neighborhood.

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TOWN OF ARLINGTON Dimensional and Parking Information for Application to

The Arlington Redevelopment Board Docket No.

Property Location _190 & 192-200 Massachusetts Ave Zoning District _B3

Owner: 192-200 Massachusetts Ave, LLC Address: _455 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA

Present Use/Occupancy: No. of Dwelling Units: Uses and their gross square feet:

Retail, Service, Restaurant 1-Story 9,916 GSF

Proposed Use/Occupancy: No. of Dwelling Units: Uses and their gross square feet:

Mixed-Use, 24 Apartment Units & Retail/Restaurant 4-Story Mixed-Use, 35,759 GSF

Min. or Max. Present Proposed Required by Zoning Conditions Conditions for Proposed Use Lot Size 11,134 SF 11,134 SF min, 777 Frontage 102.1 FT 102.1 FT min. 50 FT Floor Area Ratio 0.9 3.2 max. 1-9 Lot Coverage (%), where applicable N/A N/A max. ---- Lot Area per Dwelling Unit (square feet) N/A 464 SF min. ---- Front Yard Depth (feet) 0 FT OFT min. 0 FT Side Yard Width (feet) right side 0.6 FT 7. FT min. 0 FT left side fe min. ===

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June 7th, 2021 Updated Submission Comments

190 & 190-200 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, MA

Overall Project Change:

The building has gone from 5 stories down to 4 stories and the overall unit count now is 24 units. After hearing all the feedback from the ARB as well as the community we feel this new layout is much less impactful on the neighborhood. We no longer will be requesting relief from the rear height buffer. Knowing that affordable housing is important to the Town we are still going to maintain our 20% affordable rate, which is what we were offering when we had 37 units. We are also decreasing our parking down to 14 total as well as incorporating one more electric changing station.

Net Zero:

The plan for this building is similar to 882-892 Mass Ave where the units will utilize electric. The roof will be “solar ready” and able to handle those loads structurally. We support Arlington’s agenda of net zero and have proactively worked with Ken Pruitt, the Town Energy Manager on 882-892 Mass Ave. The building at 882-892 Mass Ave is serving as a case study on how this kind of design can be done. We plan on executing the same way for this project.

Commercial Space:

We have done our best to reshape and reorganize the commercial space to make it more functional and usable. We are extending/squaring off the space on Lake Street, which adds to the appearance of the building on that side. We also moved the entrance to the residential units to the former bank entrance as we had to slide the parking down towards Chandler Street in order to add to the commercial space making it more robust. In this process we also included the location up through the building for ventilating a hood. We believe this size commercial space can do well at this location and hopefully whatever tenant ends up moving into it can be a staple in the building for a long time. These changes have increased the commercial space from 2,084 SF to 2,430 SF.

At the end of the day, a building is a business, and we have to make decisions with that in mind. Just like with any business if you don’t ever adapt and change you go out of business. We believe this is a situation where quality over quantity is important. We also believe that this size space is what the market supports post COVID. The inquiries we have received as of late (and

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prior to Covid) have been for 1000-2000+/- SF. In the roughly 20 months prior to COVID, two restaurants declared bankruptcy where the tenant owed substantial rent to the landlord. This building is not a “destination” location compared to what you might think when you see a traditional shopping plaza. The commercial space is going to largely survive off of local foot traffic/walk-in traffic. Commercial/Retail has been experiencing a slow negative trend before the pandemic this past year accelerated that trend, which is why when you drive through many different towns, not just Arlington, there are many vacant storefronts. Therefore, we think that a single user or two smaller users would benefit from local foot traffic as well as the residential units located in the building. Other local businesses would consider the residential units a benefit to their businesses.

For informational purposes | had a brokerage firm put together an update on the rental market in Arlington which shows a current rate of 17.3%. However, this doesn't include any spaces that haven't been reported as vacant, spaces that have tenants who haven't officially moved out yet that are maybe out of business, as well as tenants who aren't currently paying rent and their situation isn’t necessarily clear. This structure, as proposed, with a large portion being residential will make it so the building will never be in the situation it is now, which is run down. The residential units will be able to support the commercial space if it changes over time, repair damage, or complete different buildouts over time. The way the current commercial space is structured can make it very difficult in some cases if two tenants go out of business in a row, or multiple tenants leave at one time to keep things maintained. As a landlord, in that case, you could have invested money into the build out and never gotten that back, which could be on top of still being owed money from the lease. We believe our proposal is a balanced approach that is going to create a long-lasting successful building that can help bring people to Arlington and be a building the town can find pride in.

Traffic:

Our traffic consultant from MDM is fully prepared to discuss the study he performed for this project. His overall findings, in summary, is that this new development, compared to what has historically been at this location, will derive less trips per day and be less impactful on the neighborhood. This mainly stems from the fact all the previous businesses generate a lot of in and out traffic all day long seven days a week. Fourteen parking spaces on average are going to generate a few trips a day. Every car will not be coming and going every single day. Some renters may have a car because they want one but not use it very often. We are also attaching an enlarged site plan showing all the parking in the area that is available both for a retail user as well as visitors. | would also add the entrance we are using for the parking garage has always been a curb cut. Currently, there are 3 spaces behind the bank building as well as 2 dumpsters. We are adding 11 more cars that will not be in and out all day long multiple times. Surrounding neighbors are worried about the traffic, but since we do in fact have less commercial space than what has been traditionally there over the last ten+ years, we are

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eliminating many deliveries for a few businesses multiple times a day. Those deliveries would include larger trucks with back-up noises.

Underground Parking:

In previous iterations we had already explored underground parking prior to the submission of our application. We had a fully engineered plan done by our engineers and even with an increased grade to the upper limits we found that the real issue is the building does not have a large enough footprint to support adequate parking below the building. Therefore, the fact that we are only able to get 5 spaces combined with the economic infeasibility for those five, we cannot move forward with underground parking.

Exterior Design:

Best efforts combined with feedback led us to make changes to the exterior of the building to tie everything together and create more flow between the commercial and residential portion of the building. A small change to note is that by moving the interior staircase exit out onto Lake Street, more green space was gained in the rear of the building. The building seems to tie together with Capitol Square along with improvements along both Chandler and Lake Street. Specifically, on Lake Street where the commercial space has expanded down the street around the corner creates more life to that side of the building.

Second Floor Office Space:

We explored the option of office space on the second floor with our design team as well as our code consultants. The main insurmountable issue was we most likely would have to add another elevator and a third staircase in order to keep access separate as there is a security and peaceful enjoyment of residential tenants to consider as a priority. In addition, those alterations would disrupt the current commercial space as laid out. Due to those reasons, we find that option to not be economically viable or desirable.

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PARKING SUMMARY TABLE

CALCULATION . REQUIRED TOTAL PROPOSED

1 SPACES PER EFFICIENCY UNIT 1X35 = 5 REQUIRED

1.15 SPACES PER 1 BED UNIT

APARTMENT BUILDING VOX. tae =

18.4 REQUIRED

1.5 SPACES PER 2 BED UNIT

3X2 REQUIRED

1 PER 300 SF

RETAIL/RESTAURANT] 2,436 SF 5,000 SF

N/A)

(UNDER PARKING

ADA SPACES REQUIRED: (15-25) TOTAL PARKING SPACES PROVIDED, 1 SHALL BE THE MINIMUM ADA PARKING PROVIDED, 1 SPACES BEING VAN ACCESSIBLE.

PROVIDED 1 SPACES, 1 BEING VAN ACCESSIBLE.

PARKING TABLE NOTES: 1. SECTION 6.1.10, C. FOR A MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT THE FIRST 3,000 SF

SHORT TERM BICYCLE PARKING (EXTERIOR)

BICYCLE PARKING SUMMARY TABLE

USE

APARTMENT BUILDING

CALCULATION MIN. REQUIRED TOTAL PROPOSED USE

0.1 PER UNIT APARTMENT

24 X 0.1 = 2.4 BUILDING

REQUIRED REQUIR

1.5 PER UNIT 24 X 1.5 = 36

MIN. REQUIRED

ED

LONG TERM BICYCLE PARKING (INTERIOR)

CALCULATION

TOTAL PROPOSED

0.6 PER 1,000 SF 0.1 RETAIL

PER 1,000 SF

2.4 X 0.6 = 1.4 SERVICE 2.4 X

0.1 = 0.2

REQUIRED REQUIR

ED

BICYCLE PARKING TABLE NOTES:

1. REQUIRED NUMBER OF SPACES ARE FROM BICYCLE PARKING GUIDELINES,