The Historic Landmarks Commission will meet
next on March 12, 2007, in its offices in the
Ratcliffe-Otterbourg House at 2100
Randolph Road, Charlotte, N.C. The meeting shall commence at 6:00 p.m.
Anyone needing assistance should contact the Historic Landmarks Commission
beforehand at 704-376-9115.
1. Consideration of Minutes.
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2. Director's Report.
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3. Design Review Items.
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Design Review Minutes
A. Certificate of
Appropriateness Application for the
Wadsworth House Carriage
House, 400 S. Summit Ave., Charlotte.
project would involve the addition of 454 square
feet of floor space to the rear of the carriage
house. The addition would contain bathrooms, a
kitchen, and storage. The addition would be sided
with shingles and would contain new aluminum clad
Most of the
existing interior walls would be demolished, but
existing trim on the remaining walls would be
retained. Flooring will be repaired or patched. New
differentiated flooring would be added over an
existing slab in a portion of the building. A ADA
compatible ramp would be added to the front of the
building. New garage doors would be installed.
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PLANS FOR THE PROJECT
The Design Review
Committee approved the following motion:
JONES PRESENTED A MOTION SECONDED BY MR. WEIS TO
RECOMMEND TO THE HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMMISSION THAT
THE APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS
FOR THE WADSWORTH HOUSE, 400 S. SUMMIT AVENUE,
CHARLOTTE, NC. , BE APPROVED AS PRESENTED WITH
PROVISOS THAT THE APPLICANT PROVIDE PHOTOGRAPHS OF
THE INTERIOR OF THE STRUCTURE BEFORE RENOVATION FOR
THE HLC FILES, THAT ORIGINAL ARCHITECTURAL ITEMS
SUCH AS THE DOORS BE SAVED AND STORED ON SITE IN A
SAFE, DRY ENVIRONMENT, AND THAT SHINGLE SIDING
COMPATIBLE WITH THE SIDING ON THE HOUSE BE USED ON
THE CARRIAGE HOUSE ADDITION. THE COMMITTEE
UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED THE MOTION.
4. Survey Committee
A. Home Federal Savings and Loan Building
The previous owner of the building removed
the ceiling, floor covering, and all non-load bearing partitions from the
upper five stories of the building. It is Staff's opinion that the
interior of the building with the exception of the portions of the lobby and
mezzanine as shown below as the hatched areas be de-designated.
B. N. S. Alexander House
Originally designated in 1980, Staff
recommends that the designation be amended to include the newly surveyed
four acres that surround the house.
A. N. S. Alexander House
The expected buyer of the N. S. Alexander
House has requested that the Commission make a concession in terms of the
agreed upon amount of restoration work.
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of Torrence-Lytle School
6. Old Business
7. New Business