Thursday, 28 April 2022 12:03

DRC Meets May 4

Rendering of a two-family residence with a “carriage house aesthetic”   to be developed at 150 Henry St., as submitted to the city.  Image provided. Rendering of a two-family residence with a “carriage house aesthetic” to be developed at 150 Henry St., as submitted to the city. Image provided.

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Saratoga Springs Design Review Commission plays an important role in how the city will look. The seven-member citizen board, which holds public meetings at City Hall, reviews development activities within city boundaries, has jurisdiction over signage and exterior building changes and provides advisory services to the other two city Land Use Boards: the Zoning Board of Appeals, and the Planning Board, as well as to the City Council. 

Next DRC meeting: 6 p.m., Wednesday, May 4. Applications under consideration include: Architectural Review of a proposed 6-story mixed-use project at 30 Caroline St.; Stewart’s new construction at 402 Lake Ave., and a Determination of Significance and possible review of an existing garage demolition/ proposed two-family residence at 150 Henry St.   

Possible consent agenda items include architectural reviews of wall signage and freestanding signs at a variety of city locations, including Caffe Lena on Phila Street, and Saratoga National at Union Avenue. 

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