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In 2002, property owners sought a [[special use permit]] to allow up to five units in the front building, an increase to 10 total units on-site for the 220-222 W South St parcel.<ref>{{Minutes-cityplanning|newid=|when=November 19, 2002|accessdate=2019-10-14|url=https://www.charlottesville.org/departments-and-services/departments-h-z/neighborhood-development-services/development-ordinances/city-planning-commission/minutes/2002-minutes/nov-19-2002}}</ref> At the time, the B-4 zone permitted residential density at 21 units an acre. After a modification to reduce the unit count to 4 units over concerns about the adequacy of the fifth basement unit, the SUP received unanimous approval at the December 2, 2002 [[City Council]] meeting.<ref>{{Minutes-citycouncil|newid=918|when=December 2, 2002|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>  
 
In 2002, property owners sought a [[special use permit]] to allow up to five units in the front building, an increase to 10 total units on-site for the 220-222 W South St parcel.<ref>{{Minutes-cityplanning|newid=|when=November 19, 2002|accessdate=2019-10-14|url=https://www.charlottesville.org/departments-and-services/departments-h-z/neighborhood-development-services/development-ordinances/city-planning-commission/minutes/2002-minutes/nov-19-2002}}</ref> At the time, the B-4 zone permitted residential density at 21 units an acre. After a modification to reduce the unit count to 4 units over concerns about the adequacy of the fifth basement unit, the SUP received unanimous approval at the December 2, 2002 [[City Council]] meeting.<ref>{{Minutes-citycouncil|newid=918|when=December 2, 2002|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>  
  
On February 20, 2007, the BAR approved landscape changes and a handicap ramp.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=30705|when=February 20, 2007|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref> On September 15, 2009 the BAR approved a sculpture/fountain in the front yard.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=16293|when=September 15, 2009|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>
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On February 20, 2007, the BAR approved landscape changes and a handicap ramp.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=30705|when=February 20, 2007|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>  
  
In 2010 the property owner, [[Blue Moon Fund]], sought approval to locate a standalone solar array in the rear yard. After being deferred at the July 20, 2010 BAR meeting,<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=17841|when=July 20, 2010|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref> the array received approval on August 17, 2010 with conditions on vegetative screening.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=17842|when=August 17, 2010|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>
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In 2008, the property owner, [[Blue Moon Fund]] sought approval to demolish the 1994 apartment building and construct a new 6,800 square foot building. The demolition received approval from BAR on March 18, 2008, with a preliminary discussion on the new building.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=30678|when=March 18, 2008|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref> It received preliminary approval pending materials, color scheme, and landscape design on September 16, 2008.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=30684|when=September 16, 2008|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>
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On August 18, 2009 BAR approved a terrace addition and garden.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=16292|when=August 18, 2009|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref> On September 15, 2009 it approved a sculpture/fountain in the front yard.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=16293|when=September 15, 2009|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>
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In 2010, Blue Moon Fund sought approval to locate a standalone solar array in the rear yard. After being deferred at the July 20, 2010 BAR meeting,<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=17841|when=July 20, 2010|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref> the array received approval on August 17, 2010 with conditions on vegetative screening.<ref>{{Minutes-bar|newid=17842|when=August 17, 2010|accessdate=2019-10-14}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 22:42, 14 October 2019

222 West South Street is a house in downtown Charlottesville presently used as an office. As of October 2019, tenants include PVCC's Network2Work program[1] and clean energy nonprofit Blue Morning.[2] Former tenants include Pinnacle Construction beginning in 1994 and later C-VILLE Weekly.[3]

In 1994, William Park of Park Properties applied to add a five-unit apartment building at the rear of the property.[4] The Board of Architectural Review denied a Certificate of Appropriateness at its September 20, 1994 meeting on the basis that the proposed detached building massing in the rear was out of scale. It was later approved on October 18, 1994 on the basis that the density and parking complied with the zoning ordinance.[4]

In 2002, property owners sought a special use permit to allow up to five units in the front building, an increase to 10 total units on-site for the 220-222 W South St parcel.[5] At the time, the B-4 zone permitted residential density at 21 units an acre. After a modification to reduce the unit count to 4 units over concerns about the adequacy of the fifth basement unit, the SUP received unanimous approval at the December 2, 2002 City Council meeting.[6]

On February 20, 2007, the BAR approved landscape changes and a handicap ramp.[7]

In 2008, the property owner, Blue Moon Fund sought approval to demolish the 1994 apartment building and construct a new 6,800 square foot building. The demolition received approval from BAR on March 18, 2008, with a preliminary discussion on the new building.[8] It received preliminary approval pending materials, color scheme, and landscape design on September 16, 2008.[9]

On August 18, 2009 BAR approved a terrace addition and garden.[10] On September 15, 2009 it approved a sculpture/fountain in the front yard.[11]

In 2010, Blue Moon Fund sought approval to locate a standalone solar array in the rear yard. After being deferred at the July 20, 2010 BAR meeting,[12] the array received approval on August 17, 2010 with conditions on vegetative screening.[13]


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References

  1. Web. Network2Work at PVCC Moves to New Location in Downtown Charlottesville, NBC29, June 24, 2019, retrieved 2019-10-14.
  2. Web. Blue Morning, retrieved 2019-10-14.
  3. Web. Agenda for December 2, 2002 Charlottesville City Council, City of Charlottesville, December 2, 2002., retrieved 2019-10-14.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, September 20, 1994.
  5. Web. Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, November 19, 2002.
  6. Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, December 2, 2002.
  7. Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, February 20, 2007.
  8. Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, March 18, 2008.
  9. Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, September 16, 2008.
  10. Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, August 18, 2009.
  11. Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, September 15, 2009.
  12. Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, July 20, 2010.
  13. Web. Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, August 17, 2010.