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Sketch Plan – January 7, 2019Ben Rosenblum Studio Architecture, Planning, & Sustainability Olivia Vent Property Owner 1839-1849 Danby Road Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 1 Table of Contents Core Concepts Existing Site On Site Water Treatment Requirements Existing & Demolition Proposal Site Plan Proposal Perspective View Potential Future Expansion 1839-1849 Danby Road Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 2 Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 3 Core Concept 1: Community Scale & Connection to Nature Access to daylight Buffer zone near Dotson Park Views toward Dotson Park Community scale Variation in design but with connection to street Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 4 Innovative water treatment Potential work with water treatment and eco- machine experts John Todd and Biohabitats, the sustainable designers of the Omega Institute Core Concept 2: Sustainability & Innovative Water Treatment Case Study Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 5 Residential scale of medium density, walkable blocks, variation in form. Potential scale of Danby Proposal Phase 2 if Danby Rd. site is fully developed and there is an expansion of the Danby commercial corridor Core Concept 3: Planning for a future Danby downtown Case Study East Hill District, Ithaca, NY Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 6 Existing Site: Existing buildings 12 total bedrooms combined NORTHDANBY ROAD BALD HIL L R O A D 1839 1849 1839 Danby Rd: Two -Family House with 6 bedrooms 1849 Danby Rd: 4 Res. Units with 6 bedrooms. Vacant barn Several storage buildings Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 7 Existing Site: On Site Waste Water System (OWTS) Area Requirements Potential for 2000 gallon per day (gpd) OWTS Initial site review conducted by John M. Andersson, P.E. Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 8 Existing Site: Keep significant buildings and remove remaining portions Keep the most historical and interesting portions of existing construction. Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 9 Keep significant buildings Remove the remaining portions built later that don’t have historic value Existing Site & Demo Plan Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 10 Proposal Site Plan 15 bedrooms including b&b 2 small new commercial spaces, 1 seasonal food market (serving 50 people) Convert existing 2-family to 5 bedroom small b&b. Add 4 new 2/3 bedroom houses Convert barn to food market. Convert south remaining building to commercial. Shared OWTS with 2000 gpd Two new commercial spaces, 1.New Danby Market, modeled on Brookton’s Market. 2.Additional business use Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 11 Proposal Perspective: Barn and new Danby Market Ben Rosenblum Studio 1839-1849 Danby Road, Danby, NY 01/07/19 Page 12 Potential Future Expansion 45 total bedrooms (triple residential density of proposal phase 1) 2 additional commercial spaces on site, expansion of a Danby town center commercial corridor Only possible with town water supply and sewage lines or adjacent water treatment on nearby property.