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Special Meeting - Board of Architectural Review

The Board of Architectural Review has scheduled a Special Meeting to discuss the applications associated with the King Street Station Project.  This property is bordered by South King Street, Town Branch, and Church Street SE. The applications include:

TLHP-2017-0115, Building 1, King Street Station - Construct new multi-family residential building

TLHP-2017-0116, Building 2, King Street Station - Construct new multi-family residential building

TLHP-2017-0117 Building 3, King Street Station - Construct new multi-family residential building

TLHP-2017-0118 Building 4, King Street Station - Construct new multi-family residential building

TLHP-2017-0119 South King Street, King Street Station - Construct new commercial building

TLHP-2017-0123 King Street Station, Construct site and park improvements

The BAR consists of 7 members appointed by the Town Council. The BAR’s primary responsibility is to review applications for Certificates of Appropriateness (COAs) for projects in the Old and Historic District (map) and H-2 Corridor. The BAR reviews applications for projects ranging from small garages and sheds to residential additions or multi-building commercial developments. Members are appointed for their interest in the Town’s history and historic resources, and in many cases, because of relevant professional expertise. With backgrounds in architecture, real estate, historic preservation, construction, building conservation and the law, the BAR is better able to review and approve projects, advising Town Council on preservation issues. A representative from the Planning Commission and Town Council also serve on the BAR as non-voting members.

Unless otherwise noted, the BAR holds a work session on the 1st Monday and a regular business meeting on the 3rd Monday of every month at 7pm in the Council Chamber on the 2nd floor of Town Hall. All meetings are open to the public as provided for in the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, and may be viewed via Comcast Government Channel 67 and Verizon Channel 35. Note if there is a conflict with another meeting in the Council Chamber, meetings are held in the lower level conference room at Town Hall.

If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in this meeting, please contact Debi Parry at 703-737-7023.  Three days advanced notice is requested.  Assisted Listening System devices are available at this meeting.

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