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ORDINANCE 2017-11 ORDINANCE 2017-6-11 ORDINANCE ADOPTING A REDEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR THE HAMPTON ROAD REDEVELOPMENT AREA, KNOWN AS BLOCK 108.01, LOTS 23 and 24; BLOCK 111.02, LOT 7; BLOCK 112.01, LOT 11;AND BLOCK 596.04, LOTS 4 and 5, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING LAW WHEREAS, the Cherry Hill Township Council directed the Planning Board by resolution, dated November 12, 2014 and January 25, 2016, to review, consider and make recommendations as to whether the proposed area known as Hampton Road Redevelopment Area, known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 and 24; Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lots 4 and 5, on the Township's Tax Map ("the Property"), satisfies the criteria for designation as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law ("LRHL"), N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1, et.seq.; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board prepared two (2) preliminary investigation reports to determine whether the Properties qualified as an area in need of redevelopment as provided under the LRHL, N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board conducted a public hearings on April 6, 2015 and March 7, 2016, where the Planning Board, among other things, provided an opportunity to hear all persons who were interested in or would be affected by the determination that the delineated area is a redevelopment area; and WHEREAS, at the April 6, 2015 public hearing the Planning Board reviewed the findings of the Hampton Road Preliminary Investigation report ("the Study") for the Property prepared by Robert Melvin, PP, AICP of GroupMelvinDesign, dated March 26, 2015, and heard expert testimony from Mr. Melvin and received public comment for Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lot 5; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board by a unanimous vote of its members concluded that the Property is characterized by those conditions set forth by criterion B, C and D of the LRHL, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5, and that designation of the area as in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area" will "prevent further deterioration and promote the overall development of the community," and recommended that the Township Council designate the Property as an area in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area;" and WHEREAS, the Township Council received and considered the recommendation from the Planning Board that the Property be deemed an area in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area;" and WHEREAS, the Township Council accepted the findings and recommendations of the Planning Board, and the Study, that the condition of the Property satisfied criterion B, C and D of the LRHL, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5, and the designation of the area as in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area;" and WHEREAS, on April 13, 2015, the Township Council designated the Hampton Road Study Area, known as Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lot 5, as an in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," as defined under N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq., as amended; and WHEREAS, on April 13, 2015, the Township Council further authorized and directed the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7(f) and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body; and WHEREAS, as part of an amended directive to investigate additional parcels adjoining the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area, further identified as Block 108.01, Lots 23 and 24, and Block 596.04, Lot 4, at the March 7, 2016 public hearing the Planning Board reviewed the findings of the Hampton Road Preliminary Re-Investigation report ("the Study") for the Property prepared by Robert Melvin, PP, AICP of GroupMelvinDesign, dated February 18, 2016, and heard expert testimony from Mr. Melvin and received public comment; and Page 1 of 3 WHEREAS, the Planning Board by a unanimous vote of its members concluded that the Property is characterized by those conditions set forth by criterion A, C and D of the LRHL, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5, and that designation of the area as in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area" will "prevent further deterioration and promote the overall development of the community," and recommended that the Township Council designate the Property as an area in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area;" and WHEREAS, the Township Council received and considered the recommendation from the Planning Board that the Property be deemed an area in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area;" and WHEREAS, the Township Council accepted the findings and recommendations of the Planning Board, and the Study, that the condition of the Property satisfied criterion A, C and D of the LRHL, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5, and the designation of the area as in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area;" and WHEREAS, on March 14, 2016, the Township Council appended and further designated the adjoining lots, known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 and 24; and Block 596.04, Lot 4, as an in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," as defined under N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq., as amended; and WHEREAS, on March 14, 2016, the Township Council further authorized and directed the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7(f) and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP, has prepared the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan at the direction of the Planning Board, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7, and presented the Board with the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan dated March 20,2017; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board duly conducted after proper notice, a public hearing on Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7:30 p.m., at which time all interested individuals were provided with the opportunity to address any questions or concerns to the Planning Board; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board by a unanimous vote of its members recommended the adoption of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan (attached hereto as Attachment A) for the designated area in need of redevelopment; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP, has prepared the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan pursuant to NJSA 40A:12A-7, which includes an outline for the planning, development and redevelopment of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area and provides new development regulations,which shall not be construed to serve as an "overlay" zone, but rather where the recommendation is for the Redevelopment Plan to supersede the base zoning districts known as Highway Business (B2) and Industrial Restricted (IR); and WHEREAS, the zoning district map shall be amended to indicate the redevelopment area to which the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan applies; and WHEREAS, the proposed Redevelopment Plan is substantially consistent with the municipal master plan. SECTION I: NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill, County of Camden, State of New Jersey that the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan (Attachment A) is hereby adopted; and BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, by the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill, County of Camden, State of New Jersey that the Township's Zoning Map be amended to reflect the new zoning district provided by the Redevelopment Plan. SECTION II: Any ordinance or parts of ordinance inconsistent with this amending ordinance area hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistencies. Page 2 of 3 SECTION III: . This ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after final publication as required by law. INTRODUCED: JUNE 26,2017 ADOPTED: MAYOR, CHARLES Mel, COUNCI94-t.\----L P ATTEST: • NANCY L. SAFFOS, RMC TOWNSHIP CLERK ru" Department of ClERRY Community Development ILL You couldn't pick a better place. TRANSMITTAL MEMORANDUM TO: Cherry Hill Township Council Members David Fleisher, President FROM: Cherry Hill Township Planning Board Hugh Dougherty, PE, Vice Chairman (Acting Chairman) CC: The Honorable Chuck Cahn, Mayor, Cherry Hill Township Nancy Saffos, RMC, Municipal Clerk, Cherry Hill Township Robert Wright, Esq.,Township Solicitor, Cherry Hill Township Erin Gill, Esq., Deputy Solicitor,Cherry Hill Township Lorissa Luciani, PP,AICP, Deputy Director, Cherry Hill Township James W. Burns, Esq., Planning Board Solicitor, Dembo, Brown & Burns DATE: June 1, 2017 RE: Planning Board Redevelopment Plan Recommendation Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan (Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24, Block 111.02, Lot 7, Block 112.01,Lot 11 and Block 596.04, Lots 4&5) The memorandum serves as a report of recommendation to the Governing Body regarding the Redevelopment Plan for the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area, known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24, Block 111.02, Lot 7, Block 112.01, Lot 11 and Block 596.04, Lots 4 & 5 on the Cherry Hill Township's Tax Map. Per Council's April 13, 2015 directive (Resolution No. 2015-4-10), and additional (subsequent) directive March 14, 2016 (Resolution No. 2016-3-9), the Planning Board has prepared a Redevelopment Plan for the aforementioned property. On Monday, March 20, 2017, the planning board conducted a public hearing on the Redevelopment Plan. There were fifteen (15) public comments received at this public hearing. A copy of the March 20, 2017 Planning Board Meeting Minutes are attached for your reference. In accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7, the Planning Board recommends that the Governing Body adopt, by ordinance, the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan. This plan provides for new development regulations, which shall not be construed to serve as an "overlay" zone, but rather where the recommendation is for the Redevelopment Plan to supersede the base zoning districts, known as Highway Business (B2)and Industrial Restricted (IR). 820 Mercer St I Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 I Tel 856.488.7870 ) Fax 856.661.4746 I www.cherrvhill-ni.com As with the "Area in Need of Redevelopment" designation, the Planning Board believes that the Redevelopment Plan creates the tools necessary to maximize the success of the reinvention of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area. Enclosure(s): Redevelopment Plan dated March 20,2017 Planning Board Resolution Recommending the Adoptions of a Redevelopment Plan Planning Board Meeting Minutes (Adopted)dated March 20,2017 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan Block 596.04, Lot 4 & 5; Block 112.01 , Lot 11 Block 111 .02, Lot 7; and Block 108.01 , Lots 23 & 24 Cherry Hill Township , NJ APPROVED BY THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD ON MARCH 20, 2017 Plan prepared by GROUPmelVinDESIGN Acknowledgments Mayor Planning Board Solicitor Chuck Cahn James Burns, Esq. Dembo, Brown & Burns, LLP Township Council David Fleisher, Council President Planning Board Engineer/Traffic Consultant Sara Lipsett, Council Vice President Stacey Arcari, PE, PP, PTOE, CME Environmental Resolutions, Inc. Jim Bannar Brian Bauerle Melinda Kane Redevelopment Planner Carolyn Jacobs Group Melvin Design Carole Roskoph Redevelopment Attorney Edward Boccher, Esq. Planning Board Decotiis, Fitzpatrick & Cole John Osorio, Esq., Chair Hugh Dougherty, PE, Vice Chair Steven Sweeney, Class I Community Development Lorissa Luciani, AICP/PP, Deputy Director Kevin McCormack, Class II Carolyn Jacobs, Class III William Carter Sam Kates Moly Hung, Esq. Marlyn Kalitan Betty Adler, Alternate #1 Sheila Griffith, Alternate #2 Planning Board Secretary Lorissa Luciani, AICP/PP, Director of Planning & Deputy Director of Community Development 744 \ Prepared by: !/` \ "' Robert F. Melvin, PP/AICP NJ Planner License No. 04018 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT iii Hampton Rd Redevelopment Plan Block 596.04, Lots 4 & 5; Block 112.01, Lot 11; Block 111.02, Lot 7; and Block 108.01, Lots 23 &24 1.0 Introduction 02 6.0 General Provisions 30 1.1 Relationship to Local Master Plan 02 6.1 Redevelopment Entity 30 1.2 Adjacent Municipalities 03 6.2 Planning Board Review 30 1.3 Camden County Master Plan 04 6.3 Acquisition of Property 30 1.4 State Development and Redevelopment Plan & State Strategic Plan 04 6.4 Provisions Related to Off-Site Improvements 30 ;� 6.5 Relocation Provisions 30 ' dr The Vision 06 6.6 Affordable Housing 30 2.1 The Vision Plan 06 6.7 Procedure for Amending the Redevelopment Plan 31 2.2 Vision Photos 06 6.8 Sanitary Sewer 31 3.0 Program:Units&Amenities 07 7.0 Appendices 32 4.0 Land Use Regulations 09 A. Resolution #2014-11-7 33 B. Resolution #2015-4-2 34 4.1 Applicability 09 C. Resolution 2015-4-10 36 4.2 Zoning Map 09 D. Resolution #2016-01-54 38 4.3 Comprehensive Planning 09 E. Resolution #2016-3-1 39 4.4 Edge Requirements 09 F. Resolution #2016-3-9 41 4.5 Circulation & Parking 13 4.6 Community Spaces &Amenities 15 5.0 Architectural Regulations 18 5.1 Signage 19 5.2 Two Story 4-Plex 20 5.3 Three Story Walk up 23 5.4 Three & Four Story Elevator 25 5.5 Clubhouse 27 5.6 Garages 29 iv Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT Figure 1: Parcels in Redevelopment Area X1Prei 7' • \ \ , fir / f ' . \•., , , _ r vir• ce • 7 lF t Block 108.01 Dots 23 & 24#�/ N i , ��� ` ` • Bloc : +- Loti • Block 596.04, BlocLot 102 ` ,;-#4:C.:1'..., I. . dt Lot'5 • I _ l atP P ��� Block 596.04 • • t• \4 -O Lot4� ,\ a jai �- „� • O • C � - s s l rr- • • '• ./ .. Are • . O Deet LEGEND 0 100 200 400 600 800 Parcels in Redevelopment Area Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 1 1 .0 Introduction Cherry Hill Township has designated Block #2016-01-54 (Appendix D), the Township 596.04,Lots 4&5;Block 112.01,Lot 11;Block authorized an investigation to determine 111.02, Lot 7;and Block 108.01, Lots 23&24, the need for redevelopment of Block as an "Area in Need of Redevelopment" 596.04, Lot 4; and Block 108.01, Lots 23 &24 and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment pursuant to N.J.S.A.40A-12A-6. A Preliminary Area" in accordance with the provisions Investigation for Determination of an Area of the New Jersey Local Redevelopment in Need of Redevelopment was prepared and Housing Law or LRHL (N.J.S.A. 40A- by Robert F. Melvin, PP/AICP of Group 12A.1 et seq.). For the purposes of this Melvin Design. That report concluded that Redevelopment Plan, Block 596.04, Lots Block 596.04, Lot 4; and Block 108.01, Lots 4 & 5; Block 112.01, Lot 11; Block 23 & 24 qualified to be declared an "Area 111.02, Lot 7; and Block 108.01, Lots 23 & in Need of Redevelopment" and as a 24 shall be referred to as the "Hampton "Condemnation Redevelopment Area" in Road Redevelopment Area" or the accordance with the LRHL. As a result, on "Redevelopment Area". March 7, 2016 the Planning Board adopted On November 12, 2014, via Resolution a resolution that recommended to the #2014-11-7 (Appendix A), the Township Governing Body of the Township of Cherry authorized an investigation to determine Hill that Block 596.04, Lot 4;and Block 108.01, the need for redevelopment of Block Lots 23 & 24 be designated as an "Area in Need of Redevelopment." Subsequently, 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lots 4&5, pursuant to N.J.S.A. Township Council designated Block 596.04, Lot 4; and Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24 as 40A-12A-6. A Preliminary Investigation for Determination of an Area in Need of an "Area in Need of Redevelopment" on March 14, 2016, as memorialized by Redevelopment was prepared by Robert F. Melvin, PP/AICP of Group Melvin Design. Resolution #2016-3-9 (Appendix E), which That report concluded that Block 111.02, also directed the Planning Board to prepare Lot 7;Block 112.01,Lot 11;and Block 596.04, a Redevelopment Plan. Lot 5 qualified to be declared an "Area As such, this Redevelopment Plan has been in Need of Redevelopment" and as a prepared to articulate the Township's vision "Condemnation Redevelopment Area" in for this Redevelopment Area and describes accordance with the LRHL. As a result, on the standards and procedures for the April 6, 2015 the Planning Board adopted development and redevelopment of Block Resolution #2015-4-2 (Appendix B) that 596.04, Lots 4 &5; Block 112.01, Lot 11; Block recommended to the Governing Body of 111.02, Lot 7; and Block 108.01, Lots 23 &24 the Township of Cherry Hill that Block 111.02, in accordance with the LRHL. Lot 7;Block 112.01,Lot 11;and Block 596.04, Lot 5 be designated as an"Area in Need of 1.1. Relationship to Local Redevelopment." Subsequently, Township Master Plan Council designated Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lot Per the 2004 Master Plan, Cherry Hill 5 as an "Area in Need of Redevelopment" encourages the redevelopment of areas on April 13, 2015, as memorialized by exhibiting decline (i.e. - disproportionate Resolution #2015-4-10 (Appendix C), number of vacant, dilapidated and/or which also directed the Planning Board to substandard structures). This plan serves prepare a Redevelopment Plan. to capitalize on strategic redevelopment On January 25, 2016 via Resolution of these areas that are exhibiting such definition of a re field. 1 decline in an effort to ensure that future within the greyfield. development will be compatible with the Through the redevelopment of these Township's planning vision and goals. As properties, development pressure on such, it also serves to fulfill the strategic greenfields within the Township would goals and objectives outlined in the 2004 be lessened. Master Plan and the 2007 Master Plan Economic Development: Reexamination Report as outlined below: Limit new retail within the Township to Land Use: encourage redevelopment and full Establish Redevelopment Districts where occupancy in existing commercial locations. necessary to promote redevelopment and Investigate and establish "Redevelopment business incentives (2004 Master Plan). Areas", where appropriate (2007 Master Plan Reexamination). • The Redevelopment Area contains buildings and uses that are • This investigation carries out this obscolescent, dilapidated, and/or in goal, identifying this area as n blighted condition. These stagnant Need of Redevelopment. The sites require the tools and processes existing development within the that a designation as an "Area in area sits predominantly vacant and Need of Redevelopment" provides to dilapidated, underutilizing current industrial and office space. Through promote proper redevelopment and future economic activity. the redevelopment of this area, new Coordinate land use to balance economic development could be limited from expansion to non-developed areas in growth with community and conservation the Township. needs (2007 Master Plan Reexamination). • The Redevelopment Area currently 1.2. Adjacent Municipalities occupies approximately 20.3 acres, a large area of land that could otherwise Cherry Hill is surrounded by nine (9) be developed to accommodate the municipalities in two (2) counties. Those in Township's needs such as residential BurlingtonCountyincludeEveshamTownship, development. Because it has large Maple Shade Township and Mount Laurel vacant, abandoned, and under- Township. Those in Camden County include performing buildings,there is additional Haddon Township, Haddonfield Borough, development pressure in other areas of Lawnside Borough, Merchantville Borough, the Township. Redevelopment of this Pennsauken Township and Voorhees area will relieve some development Township. A portion of the Hampton Road pressure and help reinforce community Redevelopment Area is directly adjacent conservation efforts. to the Pennsauken Township municipal Encourage redevelopment of brownfields or boundary (see Figure 2), and is nearby to greyfields,rather than greenfields,whenever the Borough of Merchantville. possible (2007 Master Plan Reexamination). 1 Greyfield:a subcategory of vacant or un- der-performing properties.Greyfields are large, • The Redevelopment Area, with large previously developed properties.These sites tend impervious surfaces, a vacant and to be large and well-served by transportation and dilapidated industrial complex, and stormwater infrastructure. a lot previously used for commercial vehicle repair and yard storage, fits U.S.Environmental Protection Agency. "Smart Growth Techniques as Stormwater Best Manage- ment Practices."Accessed January 2015.htip:// www.epa.gov/smartgrowth/pdf/sg_stormwater_ BMP.pdf Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 3 1.3. Camden County Master Plan POLICY GOAL#6: The 2014 Camden County Master Plan • Evolve suburban centers to become not just hubs of commerce, but also identifies the Redevelopment Area's walkable, mixed-use focal points of the IocationasanlnnerRingofCamdenCounty, community. which includes the densest and oldest The Redevelopment Area is consistent communities and where a greater share with the County's planning principles of commercial and industrial development as the program for the Redevelopment resides. While the County recognizes Plan promotes more efficient use of that there are tracts of land that remain land through more compact forms of undeveloped, the County encourages housing development, provides for high that future growth be accommodated levels of accommodation for pedestrians through the reuse of previously developed and encourages pedestrian-friendly land and reimagine key, underperforming streetscapes. sites to lessen development pressure on rural and undeveloped land. 1.4. State Development & Furthermore, the Master Plan divides Redevelopment Plan & State the County into four (4) planning areas, Strategic Plan consistent with the State Strategic Plan, and identifies this portion of Cherry Hill In addition to fulfilling local long-term as a "Priority Growth Investment Area". planning goals, the redevelopment of Such areas are "best suited for future the Redevelopment Area would ensure investment in growth, development, consistency with the 2001 New Jersey and redevelopment". Additionally, the Development and Redevelopment Plan, County's Community Vision Overlay Map, which identifies Cherry Hill as a Metropolitan which provides a framework for a future Planning Area,2 and the 2012 Draft State land use pattern consistent with the vision, Strategic PIan3 , which identifies this area principles, and goals for the County, as Priority Growth Investment Area (PGIA). identifies this portion of Cherry Hill as a According to the State Strategic Plan, a "Suburban Center". This Redevelopment PGIA is "an area where more significant Plan serves to fulfill the policy goals outlined development and redevelopment is in the 2014 Camden County Master Plan as preferred and where public and private provided below: investment to support such development POLICY GOAL#1: and redevelopment will be prioritized." • Promote population and employment In summary, the redevelopment of the growth, development, and parcels identified as the Hampton Road redevelopment activities in existing Study Area is clearly consistent with the communities that contain existing Cherry Hill Master Plan and would reinforce or planned infrastructure, existing key local, County and State smart growth population and employment clusters, objectives. and dense settlement patterns. The Redevelopment Area is consistent with the County's planning principles as the program for the Redevelopment Plan focuses future growth, development, and 2 2001 New Jersey Development and Redevel- investment in the form of revitalization and opment Plan. redevelopment of underutilized sites. htto://www.nj.aov/state/planning/docs/stateo- . • _ -. -. .. . 3 Draft State Strategic Plan.http://www.ni.aov/ state/planning/spc-state-plan-draft-final.html.Ac- cessed February 2015. 4 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT This page intentionally left blank. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 5 rya, 2.0 Vision It is the vision of the Township 2.2. Vision Photos to redevelop the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area into a multi- family residential complex composed of high-quality buildings and public '" A spaces. The Township envisions the use of high standards, which shall be used to - evaluate the design and construction of ' _ - H this new community. The use of energy . .. - efficient design and quality materials, ; ` " water-saving techniques, best-practices in stormwater management, and other sustainable design and construction techniques are highly encouraged. outdoor gathering space near clubhouse 2.1. ision Plan , The vision for the Hampton Road .- Redevelopment Area is to permit up to . 300 residential units,a clubhouse with an r outdoor pool, open space, and a variety = r of site amenties to include park-like open _a Vrk_ spaces, a tot-lot playground, dog-walk , *;4- - park, etc. The Redevelopment Area will ' Dog-walk park incorporate two-story, three-story, and four-story apartment buildings with a mix of on-site surface and garage - parking spaces. - "^ ,. It is expected that redevelopment will , 1.I substantially conform to illustrative —cera, "-- -z. plans and photographic examples highlighted throughout this Plan. Figure 2 reflects and represents the vision for the Redevelopment Area. 4'1 The exhibit shows a land use plan parklike open spaces and identifies major features and improvements associated with each of the land uses described above; e.g. streets, edges, stormwater management areas, open space, building locations, parking areas, pathways, and a variety of site amenities. The Redevelopment Plan proposes the demolition and removal of all existing on-site buildings and improvements. 3.1 Program The Hampton Road Revelopment Area elements, bar-b-que facilities, and seating shall have the following program: areas. 1. Residential: 300 Dwelling Units 3. Pool Area 15% inclusionary affordable i. A pool area shall be provided with a minimum i. housing units for rental surface area of 1,200 sf for the pool and developments. 4,400 sf for the pool surface (patio) surround inclusive of the pool area. ii. 20% inclusionary affordable 4. Waste/Recycling Service Area/Maintenance housing units for for-sale developments. Building 2. Parking spaces: Shall comply with i. A service area shall be provided for use by RSIS standards and with ADA residents and management. requirements. ii. Substantial landscaping shall surround the area. The Redevelopment Plan intends to 5. Open Space/Recreation allow the development of: i. Two lawn panels shall be provided. 1. Multi-family Residential Sawn panel 01 and adjacent landscaped areas Community shall be a minimum area of 25,000 sf(including adjacent sidewalk and planting strip areas). i. Multi-family residential buildings shall be a ®Lawn panel 02 shall be a minimum area of 8,000 combination of two-story sf. 4-plex,three-story walk-up, 6. Dog Walk Park three story elevator,and i. A dog walk park shall be provided and shall be four-story elevator apartment a minimum area of 2,500 sf within the defined buildings. fenced area. ii. Two-story 4-plex buildings H. The park shall include furniture such as benches shall include 32 units total.* and trash/waste receptacles. iii. Three-story walk-up buildings 7. Tot Lot/Playground shall include 120 units total. * i. A playground shall be provided and shall be iv. Three-story elevator buildings a minimum area of 1,500 sf within the defined shall include 40 units total. ' fenced area. v. Four-story elevator buildings H. The playground shall include age appropriate shall include 108 units total. " play equipment (in accordance with all * Unit counts may adjust per applicable rules, regulations, and governing building type but development laws) and furniture such as benches, tables and shall not exceed 300 units total. chairs, and trash/recyclable receptacles. 2. ClubHouse 8, Pump Station i. Clubhouse shall include a i. A pump station shall be provided if necessary. fitness center and outdoor ii. The pump station shall be privately owned and pool area. operated. H. Clubhouse shall include areas iii. The pump station shall be located within for meetings and socialization property boundaries. and shall include both indoor and outdoor areas. iii. Clubhouse shall be a minimum of 5,000 sf. iv. Uses may include fire Figure 2: Land Use Plan *Quality and design of Edges all improvements to be Main Street Edge subject to the review and approval by the MN Residential Edge Redevelopment Entity. INI Cuthbert Blvd Edge Commercial Edge *Edge Requirements are MI as noted in Section 4.4 In Hampton Rd Edge and are exempt from Ell Stormwater Management Edge buffer requirements — Pennsauken Township Municipal Boundary in Township Zoning Ordinance Sec. 508.F. Building Type - Garage 4 Story Elevator • 3 Story Elevator 3 Story Walk-up 2 Story 4-flex • Clubhouse and Maintenance Building • Lawn Panel 01 *Pump Station • Lawn Panel 02 _ P r 1 - • • t ' t • • • • C• E F cr.?" : 8 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 4.0 Land Use for public purposes (i.e. - street right-of-way) or the addition of land (i.e. - right-of-way Land Use Regulations assure that building vacation) is permitted. This requirement does massing and design work in tandem with not foreclose the consideration of phasing of the street and parking network to achieve site development, but such phasing shall be the goals of this Redevelopment Plan. The at the sole discretion of the Planning Board design and location of all elements shall during the site plan review process. be subject to review and approval of the Redevelopment Entity for consistency of the goal that elements shall be complimentary 4.4. Edge Requirements to the context of the site. Main Sheet Edge 4.1.Applicability 1. Edge Condition:The Main The following regulations shall apply to the Street Edge aims to create a Hampton Road Redevelopment Area, known smooth transition between the as Block 596.04, Lots 4&5; Block 112.01, Lot Redevelopment Area and the 11; Block 111.02, Lot 7; and Block 108.01, Lots existing residential neighborhood. 23 & 24, and shall supersede regulations Architecture shall have adequate within Article IV: Zoning Regulations, Section windows and building features 405, Section 417, and Section 418, except facing the street. There shall be no where the regulations herein are silent, in blank or unarticulated facades. which case the regulations within Article IV: Zoning Regulations shall govern. 2. A 48"high decorative fence(such as an extruded aluminum fence that mimics wrought iron) shall 4.2. Zoning Map define the front yard.The fence shall have no required setback Hampton Road Redevelopment Area, known from the property line and can be as Block 596.04, Lots 4 & 5; Block 112.01, Lot installed up to the property line. 11; Block 111.02, Lot 7;and Block 108.01, Lots 3. Front yards along Main Street 23 & 24, which are currently designated as shall be landscaped with shrubs Industrial Restricted (IR), Highway Business and trees per Township Zoning (B2). Industrial Restricted (IR), Residential Ordinance Section 508.F.4. (R3), Residential (R3), and Residential (R3), respectively, shall be designated as the 4. Existing trees shall be preserved Hampton Road Redevelopment Area on the where possible. Cherry Hill Township Zoning Map. The B2, 5. Redevelopment Area parking IR an R3 designations are hereby deleted. areas shall be screened from view The Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan of Main Street. supersedes existing zoning and shall not be 6. One (1)48" wide pedestrian construed to serve as an 'overlay' zone. access point to Main Street is required, along with service 4.3. Comprehensive walks to connect within the Planning Redevelopment Area. 7. Building and Accessory Building Redevelopment of the Hampton Road Setback-25' Redevelopment Area shall be undertaken as a 8. Parking Space Setback-50' single, comprehensive plan that incorporates the entirety of the redevelopment area. Subdivision of land within the Redevelopment Area is not permitted but a reduction of land due to required dedication 0 Residential Edge fencing. The edge contains no vehicular or pedestrian access. 2. Building Setback-65 feet 1. Edge Condition: The Residential 3. Accessory Structure Setback - 20 Edge will provide a visual screen between the Redevelopment Area feet and surrounding areas using new 4. Parking Setback- 8 feet and existing landscaping. Existing trees shall be preserved as much as possible. Opaque fencing (six © Hampton Road Edge feet in height) shall be required where abutting or adjoining any residential use. Landscaping will 1. Edge Condition: The Hampton be dense. The edge contains no Road Edge aims to provide vehicular or pedestrian access. frontage between the 2. Building Setback-60 feet Redevelopment Area and Hampton Road with transparent 3. Accessory Structure Setback - 50 landscaping and moderate feet setbacks. 4. Parking Setback-23 feet 2. A 48"(min) high decorative fence 5. Drive Setback-20 feet (of extruded aluminum to mimic wrought iron) may define the front yard of the 4'wide sidewalk edge, Cuthbert Boulevard Edge and planting strip and curb, at a minimum of 2'. i. The fence may be a maximum 1. Edge Condition: Cuthbert of 6' high. Boulevard Edge aims to create a H. If no fence is provided, privacy transition area between Cuthbert buffering shall be provided for Boulevard and the Redevelopment 1st floor patios facing Hampton Area with semi-transparent Road. landscaping. iii. The sidewalk is only required 2. The edge shall be defined by a 4' along the Hampton Road Edge wide sidewalk edge,and planting where buildings are present. strip and curb, a minimum of 3 feet 3. The edge shall be defined with wide. street trees, and landscaped 3. The edge shall be defined planting. Existing street trees to with clustered street trees and be preserved where possible. landscaped planting strip. 4. Building Setback-20 feet(with 4. Building Setback-75 feet a 15'minimum setback to any 5. Accessory Structure Setback - 20 balcony). feet 5. Accessory Structure Setback - 15 6. Parking Setback-20 feet feet 6. Parking and Drive Aisle Setback - 25 feet OIndustrial/Commercial Edge Stormwater Management Edge 1. Edge Condition: The Industrial/ Commercial Edge will provide a visual screen between the 1. Edge Condition: The Stormwater Redevelopment Site and Management Edge aims to surrounding areas using dense provide a visual screen between landscaping and may include stormwater management in 10 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT the Redevelopment Area and surrounding areas using new and existing landscaping. The edge contains no vehicular access, and shall contain no path or sidewalk. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 11 Figure 3: Circulation Plan Circulation * Pedestrian crosswalks shall be clearly delineated Primary Vehicular by paint or by a material different from the surrounding road surface through the use of 4.4 Secondary Vehicular durable, low-maintenance surface materials. (C D Pedestrian Materials and design shall be chosen to further the goal of traffic calming. In all instances, crosswalks * Crosswalks shall enhance pedestrian safety, comfort and Sidewalks connectivity, as well as the attractiveness of the pathway. Materials may include brick, stone, Building Type colored concrete pavers, decorative asphalt, stamped concrete, or stamped asphalt. All MI Garage material and design shall require Redevelopment • 4 Story Elevator Authority design review. 3 Story Elevator 1. Materials shall differentiate major crossings from El 3 Story Walk-up other crossings. 2 Story 4-Plex 2. Minor internal crossings are permitted to be painted crosswalks. ▪ Clubhouse and Maintenance Building *Qualify and design of - - - - ject o e s to be I subject tthre ject to the review 7 and approval by the Redevelopment Entity. o -_- 3. r , Main Street t rl},fir -11r. FTC L Ji I -411e: — =twr Li, h, IL [[4.1 ' ! I Hampton Rd 12 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 4.5. Circulation & Parking The Circulation types and their approximate Sidewalk design locations are identified in the Conceptual t r Circulation Diagram (Figure 3). 4.5.a. Path of Circulation - Vehicle - - A ' 1. Primary Vehicular Circulation: shall allow two-way traffic flow into and within the Redevelopment Area, connecting Cuthbert Boulevard and Hampton Road entrances of the site. 2. Secondary Vehicular Circulation: -- shall allow access to surface v 70, _ parking and garage areas, and _S allow for two-way traffic flow within the Redevelopment Area, i r, connecting to Primary Vehicular Circulation routes. 3. "On-street" parking is permitted along portions of Primary and Secondary Vehicular Circulation a •t, routes. . 4. Curb Cuts 1-1 � Via '® i. Curb cuts shall be allowed to ` provide vehicular access within € itY the Redevelopment Site to parking areas. 0. Curb cuts should be minimized to provide a pedestrian-friendly environment. 2. Traffic Calming Features i. Traffic calming features may be used, per approved site plan. ii. Alternative features shall include as deemed necessary: Stop signs, stop bars, textured raised crosswalks,stamped asphalt, roundabouts, and chicanes. 4.5.b. Path of Circulation - Pedestrian 1. Pedestrian Circulation: shall include pedestrian walkways consisting of a sidewalk and planting strip with street lights and street trees. 2. Pedestrian access is required for all interior streets. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 13 Figure 4: Parking and Open Space Plan Location Garage Parking UM Surface Parking -90 degree Surface Parking-on street (parallel) Detention Basin 41. Usable Outdoor Amenity Area Building Type In Garage • 4 Story Elevator • 3 Story Elevator • 3 Story Walk-up 2 Story 4-Plex MI Clubhouse and Maintenance Building *Quality and design of all improvements to be subject to review and approval of the Redevelopment Entity. I Required Trash, I I Open Space Lawn Panel 02 I Recycling & I /' Maintenance I ((Center I / _ 4' • r • ti* I Required Clubhouse/ • L C • Fitness Center I rCr I I I Required Pool I Open Space Lawn Panel 01 Required Dog I I 'Walk Park _1 - 1 Main Street .ert aF-+. J6t tlFr .'Niece { "R 7 Tr'T Required Tot Lot I e s g - � t 1• _i" I Pump Station I••• Hampton Rd 14 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 4.5.c. Parking 1. The location of garages and surface to RSIS standards. (NB: Clubhouse parking shall conform substantially Parking is included in RSIS calculation to Figure 4: Parking and Open Space total). Plan. ii. Garage parking spaces are permitted. 2. Landscape i. Landscaping must conform with 4.5.d. Water Detention Basins: Landscaping Requirements outline Water Detention basins and their approximate in §508.G (Off-Street Parking & locations are identified in the Parking and Open Loading Areas) of the Cherry Hill Space Plan (Figure 4) and shall substantially conform Township Zoning Ordinance. in quantity and location. ii. The project must include a 1. All stormwater management shall comply minimum of one-hundred fifty with §516 (Stormwater Management) of (150) square feet of planted area in the parking lot per ten (10) parking the Cherry Hill Township Zoning Ordinance. spaces. 2. Stormwater management areas must a. These planting areas are in be designed to enhance the aesthetic addition to the buffer planting attributes of the proposed development. along the edge of the lot. These areas are required to be designed and landscaped to Redevelopment Entity's b. For planting islands that are review and approval using natural or parallel to spaces,islands shall be planted landscape areas. a minimum of 175 sf. Pedestrian walks within planting islands shall 3. All stormwater management systems for be in addition to the landscape the site will be maintained by the owner of area requirement. the development. c. No more than fifteen(15)parking spaces shall be placed in one row 4.6. Community Spaces & Site of parking without an intervening Amenities landscape island parallel to the spaces. 4.6.a. Park-Like Open Space d. Ends of all parking rows shall be terminated with isolated Park-Like Open Space and their approximate landscaped planted islands. locations are identified in the Parking and Open Space Plan (Figure 5). Their location should substantially e. Isolated landscape planter conform to this Plan (Figure 5). islands, abutting parking aisles, are to measure a minimum 4.6.b. Site Amenities of seven (7) feet wide at the midpoint of each island, The Redeveloper shall provide for the development measured from the location of of the following site amenites: island where parking striping 1. Clubhouse with exercise, business, and abuts Landscape Island, exterior social areas. curb face to exterior curb face. 2. Pool f. Street lig htsshall beincorporated throughout surface parking lots. 3. Tot Lot g. Requirements for planted 4. Lawn Panel 01 median for every three rows shall 5. Lawn Panel 02 be exempted from§508.G. 5&6. 6. Dog Park Area h. Requirements for off- street loading (§510) shall not apply. 7. 5 Bike racks shall be located within the Redevelopment Area. 3. Quantity: i. Parking spaces within the B. Site Amenities shall be substantially Redevelopment Area shall conform representative following aesthetic preferences as shown in illustrations on pages 16&17. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 15 Lawn Panel 01 & 02 characteristics: ay yq r,pli- dr-= F 1. The areas must be substantially designed as well maintained am_ �r ,_ per_ lawn panels for active and passive uses of the space. ` 2. The areas should be bordered by a sidewalk a minimum of 4' 11 wide and tree and landscape planting strip a minimum of 5' wide along the length of Lawn Panel 01. 3. Street furniture such as benches, trash receptacles and planters should border the lawn around the perimeter with a minimum of two (2) locations at Lawn Panel 01 and one (1) location at Lawn Panel 02. 4. A mimimum of six(6)trees shall be placed around the perimeter of both Lawn Panel 01 and Lawn Panel 02.Trees shall be limited to provide an unobstructed view of the lawn. Dog Park characteristics: 1. The area must be substantially designed for use by pet owners for dog walking and exercise and shall be landscaped and fenced (5' min height) with a suitable gate arrangement to secure an .., ,. animal's entry and exit. 2. Street furniture such as benches, waste receptacles and dog waste receptacles shall be provided: 3. Other amenities may be included by the Redevelopment Entity. Tot Lot Playground characteristics: 1. The playground area must be substantially designed as a recreation space for children and families. 2. The area should be accessed by a sidewalk and tree planting - - strip. - • 3. Street furniture such as benches and waste receptacles shall be provided. 4. Facility must comply with ADA and safe-playground requirements. 16 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT Clubhouse & Pool characteristics: 1. rbita 1. The pool shall be substantially located as drawn on Figure 5 and !'` shall measure no less than 1,200 square feet of surface area. I. - �.,.� L: '•,i 2. The clubhouse shall be located adjacent to the outdoor pool 0. ! r area and substantially located as illustrated in Figure 5. C'; 3. The design of the pool area shall be harmonious with the design of the clubhouse and the two shall be perceived as parts of a greater whole. 4. Facilities shall comply with all state, local, and ADA requirements. 5. The design of the clubhouse and pool area shall evoke a "resort- like" atmosphere. Design features and details should be visually interesting. 6. Acceptable hardscape materials for this area include: marble, granite, pavers, concrete, floated aggregate concrete, stone and stamped concrete. Outdoor GrillrIt- t � t -I ,- characteristics: • 1. Up to 5,000 square feet of space adjacent to, or within, the • pool area shall be used as permanent outdoor space, including 1 _ _ - - covered and shaded areas. 2. High quality materials shall be used that compliment the architecture of surrounding structures. 3. A variety of seating options and tables shall be provided. 4. Permanent outdoor fire elements and bar-b-que facilities shall be provided for use by the residents of the development. 5. The area shall be permanently landscaped with a mix of trees, shrubs and seasonal plantings and include landscape structure features such as pergolas, gazebos, trellises, etc. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 17 Figure 5: Building Type Plan Building Types 5.0 Architectural _ 2Story 4-Flex Regulations — 3 Story Walk-up 3 &4 Story Elevator Architectural Reg ulationsassurethatdesign Clubhouse of all structures within the Redevelopment — Garage Area are to high standards. The design and location of all elements shall be subject to *Quality and design of review and approval of the Redevelopment all improvements to be Entity. subject to the review and approval of the The location of all structure types shall Redevelopment Entity. substantially conform to Figure 5. At 3a Main Street l •`,fes' "' '.RY' 1�� lL/•'"Za rf.Hl''.KV h .M11:11 ia y 111 6I f r f r _ Hampton Rd 18 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 5.1. Signage • 1. Cuthbert Boulevard (at Primary • 3. Hampton Road (at secondary site building site entrance): shall be a entrance): shall be a monument sign monument sign complying with the complying with the Township Zoning Township Zoning Ordinance, Section Ordinance,Section 517 with a masonry 517 with a masonry base and materials base and materials to be harmonious to be harmonious with the project's with the project's architectural theme. architectural theme. The area of the The area of the sign message shall not sign message shall not exceed 48 sq. exceed 10 sq. ft. in area and 6 feet in ft.in area and 10 feet in height. height. 2. Hampton Road (at primary site entrance): each sign shall be a monument sign complying with the Township Zoning Ordinance, Section 517 with a masonry base and materials to be harmonious with the project's architectural theme. The area of each sign message shall not exceed 36 sq. ft.in area and 8 feet in height. Figure 6: Signage Location w, a � r Is 1¢ i e Main Street �- - 'Err= rbc S 'Cib c Hampton Rd 4,4 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 19 _o 5.2. Two Story 4-Plex figure 7: 4-Flex Location 5.2.a. Intent: IrllV �t, �I The intent of this plan is to develop two story iN E1! /F '` 4-plex residential units along the property _i `' x'1 11 edge with Main Street in the adjacent Still Park .a neighborhood. The scale of the architecture is Gr intended to compliment the context of Main L _'-1 Street. „. -.ems. r^s ,v'4s .flA ? :c:a 1'Ic I Icr; I rte' E' n,, . 5.2.b. Location: -- _ E }ilp 'Y, _ ,i The location of two story 4-plex structures _ are identified Figure 7. The location of 4-plex structures should substantially conform to ;�t t$ s- ;':_ the Building Type Plan. ri- 1.1 ^ 17 r. 1—�5.2.c. Architectural Regulations: , �€ c lilt. t l a t 1l The following architectural regulations T� rF' a ' ,` -6 'r -r- - � " y shall be adhered to for all two-story 4-plex , :a, :?t ,T F. structures. The quality and design of all structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity review and approval. ArchitecturalStyle `��/// iff. — Building ll ion: !/�`//(�/////, 1. All facades shall be designed with great attention to detail and quality of material. u 2. No blank or unarticulated facades are permitted. All facades shall P ��ll 1 ,,; have fenestration and buildingelement features. rJ.4� '!' t f _ 3. Windows shall be sized and oriented to reflect interior floor plans. _. '1 V1'i1't. '- . j-1-9111:11-Z1 1-9 iaZy j r.. 4. Horizontal and vertical scale of buildings shall be addressed _. �..�__ ��— _ l through materials, building offsets and windows to reflect the �".......m, a :r1 _ single family residential scale of the existing neighborhood on a Main Street. .4:- Size: 1. Maximum building width -75 feet 1 _ 2. Maximum building depth- 75 feet -- w 3. Maximum building height-2 stories + attic loft and 35 feet 4 M Offsets: ri Tyor--'" 1. Minimum front yard setback -25 feet (from Main Street) 2. Minimum second front yard setback - 10 feet (from interior parking area curb). I Entrances: I 1. Each dwelling unit shall have an individual entrance from the _ outside; entryways shall be prominent features on the facade. I Individual Entrance 2. Dwelling unit main entrances shall not face Main Street. Entrances shall be limited to side facades and facades facing the interior parking area. 3. Each entrance to a unit shall be clearly identifiable,architecturally articulated and integrated into the architecture. 20 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan-DRAFT 4. Entryways consisting of overhangs and/or entry vii. Finished woods porches shall be integral. components of the viii. Composite-based materials (such as Azek) building. 4. Permitted roofing materials: 5. All steps and raised porches shall be masonry or i. Standing metal seam concrete. Materials such as wood or wood-like materials are not permitted. ii. Copper 6. Doors shall be wood, steel, fiberglass, paneled iii. Natural or artificial slate or framed glass and be compatible with the iv. Rubber sheet roofing architectural design of the building. v. Asphalt or fiberglass"architectural"shingles Roof Shape: v. TPO 1. Roofs shall be compatible with the structures to vii. EPDM or other layered roof system which they visually relate and shall be consistent 5. Permitted patio materials: with and be a defining aspect of its architectural i. stone style. U. slate 2. Roofs shall be gable, cross gable or hip. iii. brick 3. The pitch of exposed gable ends shall be a minimum iv. concrete, poured with floated aggregate or of 6 to 12 pitch. patterned HVAC: v. decorative paver 1. All HVAC systems shall be screened or minimized vi. wood or Dura Deck from public view and from adjacent properties. vii. fiberglass Screening shall be designed to blend with the architecture of the building. Fenestration: 1. All glass shall be clear and not have a mirrored 2. All project interior utility and related appurtenances characteristic. shall be located underground, inside the principal building or structure, or screened from public 2. Windows shall comprise of at least 15% of each view by appropriate architectural and landscape facade. materials (subject to utility company regulations 3. Windows casings and mullions shall match and standards). windowframe color. 3. Building related equipment, such as generators, Patios/Balconies/Terraces: shall be screened and landscaped from view and 1. Porches and balconies shall generally be located shall be located within the building setback. facing the parking area (front entry porch) and Materials: the sidewalk, but may occasionally be located 1. Exterior building facades may be composed of on the side of a structure. two dominant materials and not more than two 2. The size of porches and balconies shall be a additional materials. minimum of 4 feet deep from the front wall of 2. The use of high intensity colors are not permitted. the dwelling to the enclosed porch rail. All building trim shall be a uniform color. 3. Balconies are permitted to have roofs, but are 3. Permitted building facade materials: required to be open,un-conditioned spaces. i. Brick, Stone, Cast Stone or other forms of 4. Balconies shall match thearchitectural language masonry. of the building,using complimentary details and materials. ii. Clear Glass (frosted, etched or opaque glass are limited to 10%) 5. Vertical underside clearance of all balconies iii. Metal Panel shall be at least 9 feet. iv. Steel 6. Porches and balconies must meet all required setbacks and be within the building set backs. v. Cementious Siding Material vi. Vinyl Siding Material, required to be single "board" installation, low gloss finish, and 0.44" thickness with a substantial lap projection of 3/4", at minimum, or substantial equivalent. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 21 7. Porch railings shall be a traditional style of wood, wrought iron, composite, steel, or vinyl clad aluminum and shall be painted or stained. Pressure-treated railings are prohibited. Figure 8: Example of porch design Yr f } 22 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 5.3. Three-Story Walk-up Figure 9: Three-Sto Walk-u• Location — t ii 5.3.0. Intent: • 1, . :. t' , ' The intent of this plan is to develop multi-unit 4` t`).r ' 1' i three-story residential walk-ups along the `,, \ \; • Hampton Road edge of the property and at ''N ' `� . s lyi Cuthbert Boulevard entrance of the property. Units shall be accessed via open air or _ �.' enclosed common stair ways. Patios and/or `;,.;F i. balconies for individual units are encouraged. °, - - , Materials and design shall reflect a residential I i..,1 ,;47 pallet. Windows shall reflect in size, grouping, r� a a ., a. e ,m , and location of the interior floor plans. ,' e' G i • + r ' 1 '2;1;i.: p% -To i �r-t 5 i ti 1:., 5.3.b. Location: P i. , :�! . I ? j.. - -- The location of three story walk up structures J ! 320... IIcr t are identified in Figure 9. The location of the T ....,1„,:,,, ` structures should substantially conform to 7 r the Building Type Plan. 5.3.c. Architectural Regulations: The following architectural regulations shall be adhered to for all 3-story walk-up structures. The quality and design of all structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity review and approval. Architectural Style - r' Building Variation: 1�\ 1. No blank facades are permitted. r j_ i 1 `i. ,.�� I. 1. I Size: d'' 14; ) l �� i 1. Maximum building width -200 feet j r . 2 , '...-4,-- !I I - 2. Maximum building depth- 65 feet 3. Maximum building height-3 stories (lofts are permitted in attic __ spaces);45 feet Offsets: — J. — — 1. Minimum setback from public right-of-way — 15 feet I Common Stair I I Individual Balconies I — — — — — — — — — 2. Minimum setback from interior parking areas— 10 feet Entrances: /'re i 1. EntrancesshalIbelocatedfacinginteriorparkingareas.Entrances /S : �� '- to a building shall be clearly identifiable and appropriately 71 I EH articulated. I !•' ! i 2. All entry ways shall be well lighted. fl' { ; ' , 1_ 0 t ti h,J " \i,,- 3. Dwelling unit entrance doors shall be wood, steel, paneled •" fiberglass, or paned glass. C.:. i : �� 1 I ' S ym Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 23 Roof Shape: 5. Permitted patio materials: 1. Roofs shall be compatible with the structures to i. stone. which they visually relate and shall be consistent ii. slate with and be a defining aspect of its architectural iii. brick style. iv. concrete, poured with floated aggregate or 2. Roofs shall be gable, cross gable or hipped. patterned HVAC: v. decorative paver 1. All HVAC systems shall be screened or minimized vi. wood or Dura Deck from public view and from adjacent properties. vii. fiberglass Screening shall be designed to blend with the Fenestration: architecture of the building. 1. All glass shall be clear and not have a mirrored 2. All project interior utility and related appurtenances characteristic. shall be located underground, inside the principal building or structure, or screened from public 2, Windows shall comprise of at least 15% of the view by appropriate architectural and landscaping primary facade. materials (subject to utility company regulations 3. Windows casings and mullions shall match and standards). windowframe color. 3. Building related equipment, such as generators, Balconies/Terraces/Patios: shall be screened and landscaped from view and 1. Private porches and balconies may be.on iany of shall be located within the building setback. the four building facades. Materials: 2. The size of porches and balconies shall be a 1. Exterior building facades may be composed of minimum of 4 feet deep from the front wall of two dominant materials and not more than two the dwelling to the enclosed porch rail. additional materials. 3. Balconies are permitted to have roofs, but are 2. The use of high intensity colors are not permitted. required to be open,un-conditioned spaces. All building trim shall be a uniform color. 4. Balconies shall match the architectural language 3. Permitted building facade materials: of the building, using complimentary details and i. Brick, Stone, Cast Stone or other forms of materials. masonry. 5. Vertical underside clearance of all balconies ii. Clear Glass (frosted, etched or opaque glass shall be at least 9 feet. are limited to 10%) 6. Porches and balconies must meet all required iii. Metal Panel setbacks and be located within the building iv. Steel setbacks. Ground floor patios may be located within setbacks. v. Cementious Siding Material 7. Porch railings shall be a traditional style of vi. Vinyl Siding Material, required to be single wood, wrought iron, composite, steel, or vinyl- "board" installation, low gloss finish, and 0.44" clad aluminum, and shall be painted or stained. thickness with a substantial lap projection of Pressure-treated railings are prohibited. 3/4", at minimum, or substantial equivalent. vii. Finished woods viii. Composite-based materials (such as Azek) 4. Permitted roofing materials: i. Standing metal seam U. Copper iii. Natural or artificial slate iv. Rubber sheet roofing v. Asphalt orfiberglass"architectural"shingles vi. TPO vii. EPDM or other layered roof system 24 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 5.4. Three & Four Story Figure 10: Three & Four STory Elevator Building Location Elevator Building 5.4.a. Intent The intent of this plan is to provide three \ � • I: to four story residential elevator buildings. Private balconies, decks, or patios, and a - • variation in both materials and roof planes are encouraged. 5.4.b. Location ; i • _ The location of three and four storyory eleva • ) )t _f structures are identified in Figure 10. The r location of structures should substantially conform to the Building Type Plan. 5.4.c. Architectural Regulations: The following architectural regulations shall be adhered to for all 3 and 4 story elevator r„n structures. The quality and design of all structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity review and approval. ArchitecturalStyle _- Building Variation: 1. All four facades are of equal importance. All facades shall be s, t designed with attention to detail and quality of material. 2. Variations of roof lines is encouraged r• :r"”" - - 3. There shall be no blank or unarticulated facades. 4. Windows shall be located on all four facades. 5. The size, location and groupings of windows shall reflect interior floor plans. Size: 1. Maximum building width —250 feet 2. Maximum building depth- 80 feet 3. Maximum building height-4 stories (lofts are permitted in attic spaces);50feet Entrances: 1. Entrances shall be permitted on all four facades. 2. Covered entry, such as porches and overhangs, are required. 3. Entries serve as common access to common corridors and elevators that serve multiple units. 4. Entries shall be properly lighted. 5. Entrances to a building shall be clearly identifiable and appropriately articulated. 6. Entry porches shall be integral components of the building. 7. All exterior steps shall be masonry. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 25 8. Entrance doors shall be wood, steel, fiberglass, vii. EPDM or other layered roof system glass or a combination. 5. Permitted patio materials: Roof Shape: i. stone 1. Roofs shall be compatible with the structures to ii. slate which they visually relate and shall be consistent iii. brick with and be a defining aspect of its architectural style. iv. concrete, poured with floated aggregate or patterned 2. Roofs shall be gable, cross gable, or hipped. v. decorative paver HVAC: vi. wood or Dura Deck 1. All HVAC systems shall be screened or minimized vii. fiberglass from public view and from adjacent properties. Screening shall be designed to blend with the Fenestration: architecture of the building. 1. All glass shall be clear and not have a mirrored characteristic. 2. All project interior utility and related appurtenances shall be located underground, inside the principal 2. Windows shall comprise of at least 15% of the building or structure, or screened from public primary facade. view by appropriate architectural and landscaping 3. Windows casings and mullions shall match materials (subject to utility company regulations windowframe color. and standards). Balconies/Terraces/Patios and Decks: 3. Building related equipment, such as generators, 1. Patios, balconies, terraces and decks are shall be screened and landscaped from view and permitted on all facades and must be integrated shall be located within the building setback. into the architecture. Materials: 2. The size of patios,balconies and decks shall be 1. Exterior building facades may be composed of a minimum of 4 feet deep from the front wall of two dominant materials and not more than two the dwelling to the enclosed porch rail. additional materials. 3. Balconies are permitted to have roofs orawnings, 2. The use of high intensity colors are not permitted. but are required to be open, un-conditioned All building trim shall be a uniform color. spaces. 3. Permitted building facade materials: 4. Balconies shall match the architectural language i. Brick, Stone, Cast Stone or other forms of of the building,using complimentary details and materials. masonry. H. Clear Glass(frosted, etched or opaque glass 5. Vertical underside clearance of all balconies are limited to 10%) shall be at least 9 feet. iii. Metal Panel 6. Porches and balconies must meet all required iv. Steel setbacks. Ground floor patios may be within setbacks. v. Cementious Siding Material vi. Vinyl Siding Material, required to be single 7. Railings shall be a traditional style of wood, "board" installation, low gloss finish, and 0.44" wrought iron, composite, steel, or vinyl-clad thickness with a substantial lap projection of aluminum and shall be painted or stained. 3/4", at minimum, or substantial equivalent. Pressure-treated railings are prohibited. vii. Finished woods viii. Composite-based materials (such as Azek) 4. Permitted roofing materials: i. Standing metal seam H. Copper Hi. Natural or artificial slate iv. Rubber sheet roofing v. Asphaltorfiberglass"architectural"shingles vi. TPO 26 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 5.5. Clubhouse Figure 11: Clubhouse Location 5.5.a. Location: ;t , , The location of the clubhouse is identified in ;e h•' Figure 11.The location of the structures should I ' substantially conform to the Building Type L— i 11a1 ear eesai.: mev X �j'r.iQ .� .S6ar Plan. L Mit 5,5.6, Architectural Regulations: Ii 9 R I The following architectural regulations shall f �3 !. td t i ' be adhered to for the design of the clubhouse. r p,,.jl The quality and design of all structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity review and .7_4 11.17.4.;n. ._, ,., �-'... `- .. �. .•.� � .:.,,� ,,,,,. approval. Architectural Style '' Building Variation: 1. The clubhouse structure shall be designed with traditional materials,massing and form,rhythms,and roof lines.There shall be no long horizontal runs of building without building offsets -!_ N. and/or articulation. 2. There shall be special attention paid to the architectural form and the quality of materials. Due to the uniqueness of structure within the site, the building must address the street and the _ - adjacent buildings. Building materials shall be carefully selected, following traditional architectural style and designs. The design and placement of windows and doors shall be carefully - considered in order to enhance the site. ~'"wy�w—" --_ 3. No blank or unarticulated facades are permitted. i LS"r ,.. Size: — 1. Maximum building width - 120 feet _ ,_ r- 2. Maximum building length- 200 feet 3. Maximum building height-2 stories and 35 feet(plus a basement level is permitted). Entrances: 1. Entrances may be located facing all streets and the pool. The main entrance to the building shall be clearly identifiable and appropriately articulated on the South elevation of the clubhouse. 2. Entrance doors shall be wood, steel, fiberglass, or framed glass paneled in a traditional style. Roof Shape: 3. Roofs shall be compatible with the structures to which they visually relate and shall be consistent with and be a defining aspect of its architectural style. 4. Roofs shall be gable or cross gable or hipped. HVAC: 1. All HVAC systems shall be screened or minimized from public view and from adjacent properties. Screening shall be designed to blend with the architecture of the building. 2. All utility and related appurtenances shall be located underground, inside the principal building or structure, or screened from public Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 27 view by appropriate architectural and landscaping Fenestration: • materials (subject to utility company regulations 1. All glass shall be clear and not have a mirrored and standards). characteristic. 3. Building related equipment, such as generators, 2. Windows and glass doors shall comprise of at shall be screened and landscaped from view and least 15% of facades, except elevations facing shall be located within the building setback. the pool shall be 25% minimum. Materials: 3. Window and door casings and mullions shall 1. Exterior building facades shall be composed of match windowframe color. two dominant materials and not more than two Patios: additional materials. 1. Patios shall be used to connect the pool area to 2. The use of high intensity colors are not permitted. the clubhouse building. All building trim shall be a uniform color. Pools: 3. Permitted building facade materials: 1. Pools shall conform to and be built in accordance i. Brick, Stone, Cast Stone or other forms of with the Uniform Construction Code (UCC) and masonry. ADA requirements, and as required by any other ii. Clear Glass(frosted, etched or opaque glass applicable law. are limited to 10%) iii. Metal Panel iv. Steel v. Cementious Siding Material vi. Vinyl Siding Material, required to be single "board" installation, low gloss finish, and 0.44" thickness with a substantial lap projection of 3/4", at minimum, or substantial equivalent. vii. Finished woods viii. Composite-based materials (such as Azek) 4. Permitted roofing materials: i. Standing metal seam H. Copper Hi. Natural orartificial slate iv. Rubber sheet roofing v. Asphalt or fiberglass"architectural"shingles vi. TPO vii. EPDM or other layered roof system 5. Permitted patio materials: i. stone H. slate iii. brick iv. concrete, poured with floated aggregate or patterned v. decorative paver vi. wood or Dura Deck vii. fiberglass 28 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 5:6. Garages Figure 12: Garage Locations 5.6.a. Location: ; The location of garage parking structures l _ a •, are identified in Figure 12. The location of t ' structures should substantially conform to the Building Type Plan. 5.6.b. Architectural Regulations: The following architectural regulations shall be adhered to for all garage parking structures. It = ` is expected that all garage parking structures ' °' �: l are built to the same standard as dwelling '� " "" t structures within the development site. The ` quality and design of all garage parking structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity ? k 01 review and approval _ • Architectural Style Size: 1. Maximum building width — 120 feet 2. Maximum building depth- 25 feet 3. Maximum building height— 1 story and 15 feet Roof Shape: 1. Roofs shall be compatible with the structures to which they visually relate and shall be consistent with and be a defining aspect of its architectural style. 2. Roofs shall be gable or cross gable. Utilities: 1. All utility and related appurtenances shall be located underground, inside the garage structure, or screened from public view by appropriate architectural or landscape materials (subject to utility company regulations and standards). Materials: 1. All materials shall be substantially similar to materials used on primary sturctures within the development area. 2. All materials shall be of high quality and easy to maintain. Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 29 6.0 General Provisions. 6.1. Redevelopment Entity The Township Council shall act as the The Township reserves all rights to seek "Redevelopment Entity" pursuant to N.J.S.A. reimbursement for the costs of acquisition 40A-12A-4.c for purposes of implementing from any and all available public or private this Redevelopment Plan and carrying out funds including pursuant to an arrangement redevelopment projects. In doing so, the with any redeveloper. Township Council shall have the powers set The Conveyance of ownership of Block 108.01, forth in N.J.S.A. 40A-12A-8 to effectuate Lots 23 and 24 will be handled through a all of its duties and responsibilities in the redevelopment agreement. execution and implementation of this Redevelopment Plan. The Redevelopment Plan contemplates that a portion of Main Street/Merchant Street shall be vacated to effectuate development. 6.2. Planning Board Review Development review shall be conducted by 6.4. Provisions Related tO the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board Off-Site Improvements pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1, et seq. Any deviation from "Section 3 — Program: The designated redeveloper (or other such Units & Amenities", "Section 4 — Land Use parties responsible for the development Regulations" and "Section 5 — Architectural of the redevelopment area) shall be Regulations" shall constitute a variance. It responsible for their fair share of any and all is the intention of this Section 6.2 that the improvements as required by Municipal Land Cherry Hill Township Planning Board may Use Law, NJSA 40:55D-42 and per Article IX: grant variances, waivers or deviations from Fees, Guarantees, Inspections and Off-Tract the strict application of the regulations Improvements. contained within this Redevelopment Plan, for "bulk standards" or design criteria, in The extent of the redevelopers responsibility accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. will beoutlinedinthe redeveloper's agreement 40:55D-60 and -70c, but that the Planning with the Township. Board may not grant variances for use All infrastructure improvements shall comply and other standards governed by N.J.S.A. with applicable local, state and federal codes 40:55D-70d. Any relief from standards and laws, including the Americans with otherwise governed by N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d Disabilities Act. All utilities shall be placed shall require that this Redevelopment Plan underground, except for utilities in perimeter be amended as hereafter set forth. roadways. 6.3. Acquisition and 6.5. Relocation Provisions Convenvance of Property The designated Redeveloper shall, at its sole It is anticipated that any property to be cost and expense, be responsible for providing acquired within the Redevelopment Area Relocation Assistance to any and all aspects will be purchased and assembled by of the business being displaced. Redeveloper private development interests and/or by shall comply with the requirements of the the Redeveloper. However, if acquisition Relocation Assistance Act, N.J.S.A. 20:4-1, in this manner proves unsuccessful, and the Relocation Assistance Law, N.J.S.A. municipal acquisition by eminent domain 52:31B-1 et seq.,if applicable. will be pursued in order to create properly planned and developable parcels of land. 6.6. Affordable Housing Article X: Affordable Housing Procedural & Eligibility same in accordance with the terms of a redevelopment Requirements of the Cherry Hill Zoning Ordinance was agreement. adopted to ensure the efficient use of land through compact forms of development and to create realistic opportunities 6.8.a. Fee Schedule: for the construction of affordable housing and to mandate 1. Within ten (10) days of a redevelopment inclusionary zoning that fosters minimum presumptive agreement being fully executed with a densities and presumptive maximum affordable housing designated redeveloper an initial payment set-asides. As such, the Ordinance requires that every of 25% for all sewer connection fees for any multi-family development in the Township and any use (d) proposed project in accordance with this variance application for multi-family residential development Redevelopment Plan shall be due. provide a minimum of set-aside 20% for for-sale housing and a 15% set-aside for rental housing. Development within the 2. Upon request for each building permit, the Redevelopment Area shall be subject to all of the provisions designated redeveloper shall pay an additional of Article X of the Cherry Hill Township Zoning Ordinance. 25/o of the sewer connection fees associated It is the intention of this Section 6.6, among other things, with each individual building within the that the redeveloper shall be responsible for the creation proposed project, for which the building permit of affordable units in accordance with governing law and is being requested,subject to any credit due for regulations and to maintain the affordability of such units in existing connections. order that the Township will receive full credit for such units 3. At the time of a certificate of occupancy for an towards its affordable housing obligation. individual building is requested, the remaining sewer connection fees due for such building unit shall be paid. 6.7. Procedure for Amending the Redevelopment Plan This Plan may be amended from time to time upon compliance with the requirements of law. If there is a designated Redeveloper,as provided under N.J.S.A.40A:12A-1 et seq., said Redeveloper shall pay for the costs to amend the Redevelopment Plan in accordance with Article IV of the Cherry Hill Township Zoning Ordinance. If no Redeveloper has been designated, the appropriate agency and/or entity shall be responsible for any and all costs. No amendment of this Plan shall be approved without the review and recommendation ofthe Cherry Hill Township Planning Board. 6.8. Sanitary Sewer The Township shall provide sufficient sanitary sewer capacity at the Harvard Avenue Pumping Station ("Pump Station") and in the Township's sewer lines from the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area to the Pump Station to allow for the required sanitary sewer capacity to service a project in accordance with the Redevelopment Plan, for the term of any redevelopment agreement and subject to the designated redeveloper making payments in accordance with the Fee Schedule set forth below. The Township shall also provide assistance to the designated redeveloper to install any required off site sewer laterals and accept dedication of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan - DRAFT 31 7.0 Appendices A. Resolution 2014-11-7 B. Resolution 2015-4-2 C.Resolution 2015-4-10 D. Resolution 2016-01-54 E.Resolution 2016-3-1 F. Resolution 2016-3-9 Appendix A • • RESOLUTION 2014-11-7 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD TO UNDERTAKE A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION TO DETERMINE IF THE STUDY AREA KNOWN AS THE HAMPTON ROAD STUDY AREA,BLOCK 111.02,LOT 7;BLOCK 112.01,LOT 11;AN D BLOCK 596.04,LOTS 48 5 QUALIFIES AS AN AREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMENT AND AS A"CONDEMNATION REDEVELOPMENT AREA" IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING LAW AND TO PROVIDE RECOMMENDATIONS TO TOWNSHIP COUNCIL WHEREAS, in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law ("LRHL"), N.J.S.A.40A:12A-I, et.seq.,the Township of Cherry Hill(the"Township")seeks to identify an area in need of redevelopment, potentially develop a plan for the redevelopment of such an area, and to undertake or oversee the redevelopment of such area;and WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A: 12A-6, no area of a municipality shall be determined a redevelopment area unless the governing body of the municipality, by resolution, authorizes the Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation to determine whether the proposed area is an area in need of redevelopment according to the criteria set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5 and in accordance with the procedures set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6 (the "Preliminary Investigation"); and WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6, a Preliminary Investigation is to be undertaken upon public notice and public hearing as provided in the LRHL; and WHEREAS, the Township hereby designates property known as the Hampton Road Site, also known as Block 1 1 1.02, Lot 7; Block 1 12.01, Lot 1 1; and Block 596.04, Lots 4 & 5, on the Township's Tax Map, as the "Hampton Road Study Area" for purposes of a Preliminary Investigation; and WHEREAS, the Township hereby authorizes and directs the Planning Board to undertake a Preliminary Investigation and conduct a public hearing to determine whether the "Hampton Road Study Area," qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the criteria set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5 and to prepare a Preliminary Investigation Report and to include any and all recommendations respecting designation of the "Hampton Road Study Area" as an area in need of redevelopment therein; and WHEREAS, a determination that the "Hampton Road Study Area" qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment shall authorize the Township to use all those powers provided by the New Jersey Legislature for use in a redevelopment area, including the power of the power of eminent domain (a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area"), as provided under N.J.S.A.40A:12A-6; and WHEREAS, the Township hereby further directs that the Planning Board shall provide that the notice of public hearing specifically state that a redevelopment area determination shall authorize the Township to exercise the power of eminent domain to acquire any property in the delineated area; and NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill,County of Camden and State of New Jersey that: 1. The Cherry Hill Township Planning Board is hereby directed to undertake a preliminary investigation and conduct a public hearing to determine whether the Hampton Road Study Area, known as Block 1 1 1 .02, Lot 7; Block 1 12.01, Lot 1 1;and Block 596.04, Lots 4 &5, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," such that the municipality may use all those powers provided in the Legislature for the use in the designated area in need of redevelopment, including the use of eminent domain, pursuant to NJSA 40A:12A-1 et seq.;and 2. The Department of Community Development and its consultants are hereby directed to assist the Planning Board in conducting the preliminary investigation for the Hampton Road Study Area, known as Block 1 1 1.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 1 1;and Block 596.04, Lots 4&5;and 3. The Planning Board shall submit its recommendations to Township Council,in accordance with NJSA 40A:12A- 6, once the preliminary investigation and public hearing process is completed. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,that this resolution shall take effect immedi . ADOPTED: NOVEMBER 12,2014 ATTEST: COUNC DENT Llrc r TOWNSHIP CLERK Appendix B t 217 MEMORIALIZATION OF RESOLUTION NO . Z" \S' 4. 2. OF THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD RECOM:MENDING TO THE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HTTS , NEW JERSEY THAT THE AREA KNOWN AS HAMPTON ROAD STUDY AREA BE DECLARED AN AREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMENT AS DEFINED UNDER TI IE LOCAL RE1 DEVELO1?MENT AND HOUSING LAW N.J.S A. 40A:12A-1 ET SEQ . WHEREAS, the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill ("the Governing Body" ) , by Resolution No. 2014-11-7, dated November 12 , 2014 , directed the Township of Cherry Hi 11 Planning Board (hereinafter Planning Board") to review, ccmsider and make recommendations as to whether an area known as the 'Htmpton Road Study Area", known as Block 111.02 , Int 7; Block 112 . 01 Lot 11; and Block 596. 04, Lots 4 and S, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, ("the Redellelopm ( nt Law") N.J.S A. 40A :12A-1 et seq. , and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area, " pursuant to that statute; and WHEREAS , the Planning Board prepared a map of the study area and authorized a factual investigation and expert analysis to be undertaken, both by the Township Department of Community Development and by Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP o.t Group Melvin Design, to assist it in undertaking a preliminary .investigation in acco rdance with the requirements of N.J .S.A. 40A: 12A-6 to determine whether the Property qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment as provided under the Redevelopment Law, N.J .S A. 40A:12A-51 and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP prepared a report dated March 26, 2015 ("the MeJ vin Report") which, together with the map of the study area, was made available for inspection by the public; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board caused notice of a public hearing to be published and served in accordance with the requirements of N.J .S.A. 40A: 12A-6; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board conducted a public hearing on Monday, April 6, 2015 at 7 :3 0 p.m. , to consider whether the "Hampton Road Study Area", known as Block 111 .02, Lot 7, B1 ock 11,2. 01, Lot 11, and Block 596.04, Lots 4 and 5, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment; WHEREAS, all persons who are interested in or would be affected by a determination that the delineated area maybe a redevelopment area were afforded a full and reasonable opportunity to be heard and any objections to such a determination and evidlence in support of those objections, if any, was received and considered and made part of the public record; and WHEREAS , upon consideration of all of the evidence and information presented during the course of the public hearing, the Planning Board makes the following recommendations to the Governing Body. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Cherry Hil 1 Township Planning Board: ti 1. The Planning Board hereby recommends tha t the Governing Body determine that Block 111. 02 , Lot 7; Block 112 .0 1 , Lot 11 ; and Block 596 . 04 , Lot 5 be des ignated as an area in need of redevelopmen t and as a "Condemnat ion Redevelopmen t Area , " as def fined under the Redevelopment Law, N.J. LA. 40A:12A-1 et seq. 2 . The invest igat ion of the Redevelopmen t Study Area reveals that the statutory criteria under sections B, C, and D of N _J.S.A . 4OA :12A-S have been met for the areas known as Block 111.02 , Lot 7 ; Block 112 - 01, Lot 11; and Block 596 . 04 , Lot S, as proposed to be designated f or redevelof>rnent as clearly set f orth in the Melvin Report dated March 26, 2015. 3 . The Planning Board hereby recommends t hat t he Governing Body determine that Block 5 9 6. 0 4, LoL 4 not be designated as an area in need of redevelopment as def fined under the Redevelopment Law, N .J.S.A . 40A:12A-1 et seq. 4 . In support of these recommendat ions the Planning Board incorporates by ref erellc•e and adopts t he findings and conclusions of the Melvin Report , and the evidence contained in the record, and for the reasons set forth in the record. 5 . The Chair, or his desigm?e, is hereby authorized and empowered to forward this recommendat :ion and determination to the Mayor and Council of the Township .of Cherry Hill for further deliberat ion, together with the report: of findings of the Planning Board . 6- This Resolution shall take effect immediately Planning Board of the Township of Cherry Hill IL '-- u, f/q. Doug}iert}I( PE ' Vice Chairman XtAr(\• - - - By: \ Paull .Stlidick, AIA Plarming Board Secretary This is a Decision of the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board made and adopteoat a regular meet ng he Id on t he eth da'?- of April , 2015 by a vote of V in favor , U opposed, and Ll abstaining. 0 Those in Favor 0 Those Opposed 0 — ThoseAbsta ini ng Appendix C • RESOLUTION 20154-10 RESOLUTION DESIGNATING THE"HAMPTON ROAD STUDY AREA," KNOWN AS BLOCK 111.02,LOT 7,BLOCK 112.01,LOT 11 AND BLOCK 596.04,LOT 5,AS AN AREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMENT AND DIRECTING THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD TO PREPARE A REDEVELOPMENT PLAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING LAW WHEREAS, the Cherry Hill Township Council directed the Planning Board by resolution, dated November 1 2, 2014, to undertake a preliminary investigation to determine if the area known as the"Hampton Road Study Area," known as Block 1 1 1.02, Lot 7, Block 1 1 2.01, Lot 1 1, and Block 596.04, Lot 5, on the Township's Tax Map ("the Property"), satisfies the criteria for designation as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law ("LRHL"), N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-I, et. seq., as amended, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," such that the municipality may use all those powers provided in the Legislature for the use in a in a designated area in need of redevelopment, including the use of eminent domain, pursuant to NJSA 40A:12A-I et seq.;and WHEREAS, the Planning Board prepared a map of the study area and undertook a preliminary investigation in accordance with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6 to determine whether the Property qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment as provided under the LRHL, N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5;and WHEREAS, the Planning Board conducted a public hearing on April 6, 2015, where the Planning Board, among other things, provided an opportunity to hear all persons who were interested in or would be affected by the determination that the delineated area is a redevelopment area; and WHEREAS, at the public hearing the Planning Board reviewed the findings of the Preliminary Investigation Study for the Property ("the Study") prepared by Robert Melvin, PP, AICP of GroupMelvinDesign, dated March 26, 2015, heard expert testimony from Mr. Melvin and received public comment; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board by a unanimous vote of its members concluded that the Property is characterized by those conditions set forth at "criteria b," "criteria c" and "criteria d"of the LRHL, N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5b, N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5c, and N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5d, as set forth in the Study, and recommended that the Township Council designate the Property as an area in need of redevelopment; and WHEREAS, the Township Council has received and considered the recommendation from the Planning Board that the Property be deemed an area in need of redevelopment; and WHEREAS, the Township Council accepts the findings and recommendations of the Planning Board, and the Study, that the condition of the Property satisfies "criteria b," "criteria c," and "criteria d" of the LRHL, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6b, N.J.S.A. 40A:12-A-6c, and N.J.S.A. 40A: 12A-5d, and endorses and incorporates those findings by reference, meets one or more of the criteria set forth in Section 5 of the LRHL, and concludes that the Property may be and should be declared an area in need of redevelopment as provided under the LRHL; WHEREAS, the Township Council hereby also authorizes and directs the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7[f) and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body for its adoption. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill in the County of Camden, New Jersey, that the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the Planning Board are accepted, and the Study endorsed, and that the area known as the "Hampton Road Study Area," known as Block 1 1 1 .02, Lot 7, Block 1 12.0L Lot I L and Block 596.04, Lot 5, on the Township's Tax Map, is hereby determined to be and is designated as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the LRHL and designates the Property area in need of redevelopment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Township Clerk shall cause notice of this determination to be served, within ten [ 10) days hereof, upon all record owners of property located within the delineated area, those whose names are listed on the tax assessor's records, and upon each person who filed a written objection thereto and stated, in or upon the written submission, an address to which notice of determination may be sent, as provided by N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6b[5)[d). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,that the Township Clerk shall deliver a copy of this Resolution, signed and sealed, to the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 40A:1 2A-6b[5)[c) . BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Township Council hereby authorizes and directs the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-7[ f) and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body for its adoption. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,that this resolution shall take effect immediately. ADOPTED: APRIL 13,2015 oUL coutK:1L PRESIDENT ATTEST: (LK< NANCY L(SAFFOS, C TOWNSHIP CLERK 2 Appendix D • RESOLUTION 2016-01-54 RESOLUTIONAUTHORIZINGTHE CHERRY HILLTOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD TO UNDERTAKE A PRELI MI NARY I NVESTIGATI ONTO DETERMINE IFTH E STUDY AREA KNOWNAS BLOCK 108.01,LOTS 23&24;AND BLOCK596.04,LOT4QUALIFIESASANAREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMENT AN DASA "CONDEMNATION REDEVELOPMENT AREA"INACCORDANCEWITHLOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING LAW AND TO PROVIDE RECOMMENDATIONSTOTOWNSHIP COUNCI L WHEREAS, in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law ("LRHL"), N.J.S.A.40A:12A-I, et. seq.,the Township of Cheny Hill (the'Township") seeks to identify an area in need of redevelopment, potentially develop a plan for the redevelopment of such an area, and to undertake or oversee the redevelopment of such area: and WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A.40A:1 2A-6, no area of a municipality shall be determined a redevelopment area unless the governing body of the municipality, by resolution. authorizes the Planning Board to undertake a preliminary investigation to determine whether the proposed area s an area in need of redevelopment according to the criteria set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5 and in accordance with the procedures set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6 (the"Preliminary hvestigation");and WHEREAS, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6, a Preliminary Investigation is to be undertaken upon public notice and public hearing as provided in the LRHL; and WHEREAS, the Township hereby authorizes and directs the Planning Board to undertake a Preliminary Investigation and conduct a public hearing to determine whether Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24: and Block 596.04, Lot 4, on the Township's Tax Map. qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the criteria set forth in N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5 and to prepare a Preliminary Investigation Report and to include any and all recommendations respecting designation of Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24; and Block 596.04, Lot 4, on the Township's Tax Map. as an area in need of redevelopment therein; and WHEREAS, a determination that Block 108.01, Lots 23 &24; and Block 596.04, Lot 4, on the Township's Tax Map, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment shall authorize the Township to use all those powers provided by the New Jersey Legislature for use in a redevelopment area, hcluding the power of the power of eminent domain {a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area"), as provided under N.J.S.A. 40A: 12A-6; and WHEREAS, the Township hereby further directs that the Planning Board shall provide that the notice of public hearing specifically state that a redevelopment area determination shall authorize the Township to exercise the power of eminent domain to acquire any property in the delineated area; and NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill,County of Camden and State of New Jersey that: 1.The Cherry Hill Township Planning Board is hereby directed to undertake a preliminary hvestigation and conduct a public hearing to determine whether Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24; and Block 596.04, Lot 4. on the Township's Tax Map, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," such that the municipality may use all those powers provided in the Legislature for the use in the designated area in need of redevelopment hcluding the use of eminent domain, pursuant to NJSA 40A:12A-I et seq.;and 2.The Department of Community Development and its consultants are hereby directed to assist the Planning Board in conducting the preliminary investigation for Block 108.01,Lots 23&24;and Block 596.04, Lot4;and 3.The Planning Board shall submit its recommendations to Township Council,in accordance with NJSA 40A: 12A-6, once the preliminary investigation and public hearing process is completed. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,that this resolution shall take effect i rrm m ADOPTED: JANUARY 25,2016 COUNc:KPRESiIIENT a> ; UCAt!Jcvi,m_ NANCY L SAFFS,JIMC TOWNSHIP CLERK Appendix E MEMORIALIZATION OF RESOJLUTION NO._....__l " IJ' C--� OF THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLItNNING BOARD RECOMMENDING TO THE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY THAT THE JfMEA KNOWN AS BLOCK 108.01, LOTS 23 & 24 AND EiLOCK 596.04, LOT 4 STUDY AREJ BE DECLARED AN AREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMEN'I AS DEFINED UNDER THE LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING LAW N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-I ET SEQ. WHEREAS, the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill ("the Governing Body"), by Resolution No. 2016-01-59, dated January 25, 2016, 2014,directed the Township of Cherry Hill Planning Board hereinafter "Planning Board") to review, consider and make recommendations as to whether an area known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 and 29, and Block 596.04, Lot 4, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, ('the Redevelopment Law") N. J .S.A . 90A:12A-1 et seq., and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area, " pursuant to that statute; and WHEREAS , the Planning Board prepared a map of the study area and • authorized a factual investigation and expert analysis to be undertaken, both by the Township Department of Community Development and by Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP of Group Melvin Design, to assist it in undertaking a preliminary investigation in accordance with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 90A:12A-6 to determine whether the Property qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment as provided under the Redevelopment Law, N.J.S A. 40A:12A-5; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP prepared a report dated February 18, 2016 ('the Melvin Report") which, together with the map of the study area, was made available for inspection by the public; and WHEREAS , the Planning Board caused notice of a public bearing to be published and served in accordance with the requirements of N. J.S A. 40A:12A-6; and WHEREAS , the Planning Board conducted a public hearing on Monday , March 7, 2016 at 7:30 p.m ., to consider whether the area known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 and 24, and Block 596.09, Lot 4, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment; WHEREAS , all persons who are interested in or would be affected by a determination that the delineated area may be a redevelopmEnt area were afforded a full and reasonable opportunity to be heard and any objections to such a determination and evidence in support of those objections, if any, was received and considered and made part of the public: record; and WHEREAS , upon consideration of all of the evidence and information presented during the course of the public hearing, the Planning Board makes the following recommendations to the Governing Body. NOW, THEREFORE , BE IT RESOI:.VED , by the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board: 1. The Planning Board hereby recorrunends that the Governing Body determine that Block 108 .01, Lots 23 and 24, and Block 596.04, Lot 4 be designated as an area in need of redevelopment and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area , " as def fined under the Redevelopment Law, N .J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. 2. The investigation of thE! Redevelopment Study Area revea Is that the statutory criteria under sections B, C, and D of N.J.S.. A. 40A: 12A-5 have been met for the areas known as Block 108 .01, Lots 23 and 24 , and Block 596 .04 , Lot 4 , as proposed to be designated f or redevelopment as clearly set f orth in the Melvin Repor t dated February 18, 2016 . 3 . In support of these recorrunendat ions the Pla nning Board incorporates by ref erence and adopts the f indings and conclusions of the Melvin Report , and the evidence contained in the record , and for the reasons set forth in the record . 4. The Chair , or his designee, is hereby authorized and empowered to f orward this recorrunendation and determination to t he Mayor and Council of the Township of Cherry Hill for further deliberation, together with the report of findings of the Planning Board . 5 . This Resolution shall take effect irrunediately . P d of/ T ownship of Cherry Hill 0 o, Esq. By' John • 7) . Stridick, AIA Planning Board Secretary This is a Decision of the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board made and adopte at a regular meet' g he:Ld on the 7th dal of March, 2016 by a vote of in favor, opposed, and U abstaining . 0 Those in Favor Those Opposed Those Abstain ing Appendix F RESOLUTION 2016-3-9 RESOLUTION DESIGNATING BLOCK 108.01,LOTS 23 AND 24, AND BLOCK 596.04, LOT 4, AS AN AREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMENT AND DIRECTING THE CHERRY HiIITOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD TO PREPARE A REDEVELOPMENT PLAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT AND HOUSING LAW WHEREAS,the Cherry Hill Township Council directed the Planning Board by Resolution No. 2016-01-54, dated January 25, 2016, to undertake a preHminary investigation to determine if the area known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24, and Block 596.04, Lot 4, on the Township's Tax Map ("the Property"), satisfies the criteria for designation as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law ("LRHL"), N.J.S.A. 40A:1 2A- I, et. seq., as amended, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," such that the municipality may use all those powers provided in the Legislature for the use in a in a ' designated area in need of redevelopment, including the use of eminent domain, pursuant i to NJSA 40A:12A-1 et seq.;and WHEREAS, the Planning Board prepared o map of the study area and undertook a preliminary investigation in accordance with the requirements of N.J.S.A. 40A:1 2A-6 to determine whether the Property qualifies as an orea in need of redevelopment as provided under the LRHL, N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5;and WHEREAS, the Planning Board conducted a public hearing on March 7, 2016, where the Planning Board, among other things, provided an opportunity to hear all persons who i were interested in or wou\d be affected by the determination that the delineated area is a redevelopment area; and WHEREAS, at the public hearing the Planning Board reviewed the findings of the Preliminary Investigation Study for the Property{"the Study") prepared by Robert Melvin, PP, AICP of GroupMelvinDesign, dated February 18, 2016, heard expert testimony from Mr. Melvin Iand received public comment; and J d WHEREAS, the Planning Board by a unanimous vote of its members concluded that the Property is characterized by those conditions set forth at "criteria a," "criteria c" and "criteria d"of the LRHL, N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5b, N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5c,and N.J.S.A.40A:12A-5d,as set forth in the Study, and recommended that the Township Council designate the Property as on a area in need of redevelopment; and t z WHEREAS, the Township Council has received and considered the recommendation from the Planning Board that the Property be deemed an area in need of redevelopment; 1 and WHEREAS, the Township Council accepts the findings and recommendations of the Planning Board, and the Study, that the condition of the Property satisfies "criteria a," "criteria c," and "criteria d" of the LRHL, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6b, N.J.S.A. 40A:12-A-6c, and N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5d, and endorses and incorporates those findings by reference, meets one or more of the criteria set forth in Section 5 of the LRHL, and concludes that the Property may be and should be declared an area in need of redevelopment as provided under the LRHL; 1 f 4 i WHEREAS, the Township Council hereby also authorizes and directs the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:1 2A-7[f] and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body for its adoption; WHEREAS, the Township Council hereby also authorizes and directs the Planning Board to include these properties as part of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan per Council's directive dated April 13, 2015 by Resolution No.2015-4-10. NOW,THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Township Council of the Township of Cheny Hill in the County of Camden, New Jersey, that the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the Planning Board are accepted, and the Study endorsed, and that the area known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 &24, and Block 596.04, Lot 4, on the Township's Tox Map, is hereby determined to be and is designated as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the LRHL and designates the Property area in need of redevelopment. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Township Clerk shall couse notice of this determination to be served, within ten [ 10) days hereof, upon all record owners of property located within the delineated area, those whose names are listed on the tax assessor's records, and upon each person who filed a written objection thereto and stated, in or upon the written submission, an address to which notice of determination may be sent, as provided by N.J.S.A. 40A:1 2A-6b[5)(d). BE FT FURTHER RESOLVED,that the Township Clerk shall delivera copy of this Resolution, signed and sealed, to the Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs pursuant to the requirements of N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-6b(5) (c). BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Township Council hereby authorizes and directs the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:1 2A-7(f] and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body for its adoption. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,that this resolution shall take effect immediately. ADOPTED: MARCH 14,2016 COUNCIL PRESIDE T ATTEST: JJMIOffis NANCY L SFFOS, RMC TOWNSHIP CLERK 2 MEMORIALIZATION OF RESOLUTION NO. Aikl i •\ OF THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDING THE ADOPTION OF THE HAMPTON ROAD REDEVELOPMENT PLAN TO THE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY FOR THE AREA KNOWN AS HAMPTON ROAD REDEVELOPMENT AREA UNDER N. J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 ET SEQ. , AS AMENDED WHEREAS, the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill considered it to be in the best interest of the Township to have the Township of Cherry Hill Planning Board (hereinafter "Planning Board") to review, consider and make recommendations as to whether the proposed area, (lereinafter "Hampton Road Study Area") , known as Block 108,01, Lots 23 and 24; Block 111 .02, Lot 7; Block 112 . 01, of 11; and Block 596 .04, Lots 4 and 5, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to NJSA 40A: 12A-6; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board received authorization from the Township Council of Cherry Hill to review, consider and make recommendations on November 12, 2014 by Resolution No. 2014-11-7 for Block 111 . 02, Lot 7; Block 112. 01, Lot 11; and Block 596. 04, Lots 4 and 5; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP of Group Melvin Design, investigated the above referenced property and advised the Board of his findings and conclusions in his report dated March 26, 2015; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board duly conducted after proper notice, a public hearing on Monday, April 6, 2015 at 7 :30 p m. , at which time all interested individuals were provided with the opportunity to address any questions or concerns to the Planning Board; and WHEREAS, after study and deliberation of the statements made during the public hearing and the expert testimony of Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP, as well as the comprehensive investigation of the need for redevelopment and the evidence presented during the course of the public hearing, it is appropriate to determine and recommend to the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill, that Block 111 . 02, Lot 7; Block 112 .01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lot 5, on the Tax Maps of the Township of Cherry Hill, also known as Hampton Road Study Area, is in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area, " as defined under N.J.S.A . 40A: 12A-1 et seq. , as amended; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board forwarded this recommendation and determination to the Mayor and Council of the Township of Cherry Hill for further deliberation, together with the report of findings of the Planning Board; and WHEREAS, on April 13, 2015, the Township Council designated the Hampton Road Study Area, known as Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112 . 01, Lot 11; and Block 596. 04, Lot 5, as an in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," as defined under N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. , as amended; and WHEREAS, on April 13, 2015 per Resolution No. 2015-4-10, the Township Council further authorized and directed the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N. J.S.A. 40A:12A-7 (f) and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body; and WHEREAS, the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill considered it to be in the best interest of the Township to have the Township of Cherry Hill Planning Board to review, consider and make recommendations as to whether the additional areas adjacent to the Hampton Road Study Area, known as Block 108 . 01, Lots 23 and 24; and Block 596. 04, Lot 4, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to NJSA 40A: 12A-6; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board received authorization from the Township Council of Cherry Hill to review, consider and make recommendations on January 25, 2016 by Resolution No. 2016-01-54 for Block 108 . 01, Lots 23 and 24; and Block 596. 04, Lot 4; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP of Group Melvin Design, investigated the above referenced property and advised the Board of his findings and conclusions in his report dated February 18, 2016; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board duly conducted after proper notice, a public hearing on Monday, March 7, 2016 at 7 : 30 p .m. , at which time all interested individuals were provided with the opportunity to address any questions or concerns to the Planning Board; and WHEREAS, after study and deliberation of the statements made during the public hearing and the expert testimony of Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP, as well as the comprehensive investigation of the need for redevelopment and the evidence presented during the course of the public hearing, it is appropriate to determine and recommend to the Township Council of the Township of Cherry Hill, that Block 108 . 01, Lots 23 and 24; and Block 596. 04, Lot 4, on the Tax Maps of the Township of Cherry Hill, also known as Hampton Road Study Area, is in need of redevelopment , and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area , " as defined under N. J. S .A. 40A: 12A-1 et seq. , as amended; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board forwarded this recommendation and determination to the Mayor and Council of the Township of Cherry Hill for further deliberation, together with the report of findings of the Planning Board; and WHEREAS, on March 14, 2016, the Township Council designated the Hampton Road Study Area, known as Block 108 .01, Lots 23 and 24; and Block 596.04, Lot 4, as an in need of redevelopment, and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area ," as defined under N .J .S A. 40A :12A-1 et seq . , as amended; and WHEREAS, on March 14, 2016 per Resolution No. 2016-3-9, the Township Council further authorized and directed the Planning Board to prepare a Redevelopment Plan, pursuant to N .J .S.A. 40A: 12A-7 (f) and transmit the proposed plan to the Governing Body; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP , has prepared the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan at the direction of the Planning Board, pursuant to N.J .S A . 40A :12A-7 , and presented the Board with the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan dated March 20, 2017; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board duly conducted after proper notice , a public hearing on Monday , March 20, 2017 at 7 :30 p.m. , at which time all interested individuals were provided with the opportunity to address any questions or concerns to the Planning Board; and WHEREAS, the hearing was opened to the public for public comment. The names and addresses and testimony of all members of the public who testified on the preliminary investigat,4 . on are more specifically set forth on the record. There were 1 J comments on the proposed Redevelopment Plan; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin , PP, AICP, has prepared the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan, which includes an outline for the planning , development and redevelopment of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area and provides new development regulations , which shall not be construed to serve as an "overlay" zone, but rather where the recommendation is for the Redevelopment Plan to supersede the base zoning districts known as Highway Business (B2) , Industrial Restricted (IR) and Residential {(43) ; and WHEREAS, the proposed Redevelopment Plan is substantially consistent with the municipal master plan. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board that: 1. The Planning Board hereby recommends the adoption of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan for the area known as Block 108 .01, Lots 23 and 24; Block 111 .02, Lot 7; Block 112. 01, Lot 11; and Block 596 .04, Lots 4 and 5 pursuant to N. J.S A . 40A: 12A-1 et seq. , as amended. 2.The Chair, or his designee, is hereby authorized and empowered to forward this recommendation to the Mayor and Council of the Township of Cherry Hill for further deliberation, together with the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan and ordinance, as recommended and prepared by the Planning Board . 3. This Resolution shall take effect inunediately. Planning Board of the Township of Cherry Hill y: d rio, Eafq. go3c-Ipo Jcay' ) CE_ V;ea.Chairman Q ' � By: Lorissa Luciadi, PP, AICP Planni etary This is a Decision of the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board made and adopted at a regular meeting held on the 20th day of March, 2017, by a vote of 1 in favor, 0 opposed, and 0 abstaining . 1 Those in Favor Those Opposed Those Abstaining 0 PLANNING BOARD Monday, March 20, 2017 HILL APPROVED MINUTES C_ You couldn'tpick a better place. OPENING:The meeting was called to order by Chairman John Osorio at 7:42 PM. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Led by John Osorio. OPMA STATEMENT: Read by John Osorio in compliance with the Sunshine Law. ROLL CALL Members in attendance:, Carolyn Jacobs, Steven Sweeney, John Osorio, Hugh Dougherty; Sam Kates; Moly Hung; Marlyn Kalitan;Betty Adler; and Sheila Griffith. Professionals in attendance: Lorissa Luciani, PP,AICP, Director of Planning; James Burns, Esq.,Solicitor; Stacey Arcari,PE,Planning Board Engineer;and Jacob Richman, PP,AICP, Planner. ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS Adoption Meeting Minutes from March 6, 2017.Hugh Dougherty made a motion,which was seconded by Marlyn Kalitan, to adopt the Meeting Minutes from March 6,2017.Affirmative votes by Jacobs, Osorio, Dougherty, Kates, Hung, Kalitan, and Adler. Minutes are approved. Prior to the first agenda item, Chairman John Osorio recused himself from hearing the application due to a conflict.Vice- Chair Hugh Dougherty assumed the role as Chair for the first agenda item. Agenda tern 1: Recommendations for the Adoption of a Redevelopment Plan for Hampton Road Redevelopment Area Block(s)596.04;112.01;111.02;&108.01 Lot(s)4&5; 1'17;23&24 Multiple Addresses Zone:hdustrial Restricted(IR),Highway Business(62),&Residential(R3) Cherry Hill,NJ Mr. Melvin gave an overview of the draft Redevelopment Plan dated March 20, 2017 and gave an overview of the subject parcels and their surrounding uses. Mr. Melvin noted that the site was designated as an Area in Need of Redevelopment through the preliminary investigation process. Mr. Melvin explained that they are currently at the redevelopment plan stage and described the process that got the subject site to this point. Mr. Melvin added that the Planning Board's role at this point is to make a recommendation to the Governing Body (i.e. Township Council) as to whether the proposed Redevelopment Plan should be approved. Township Council will then consider the Planning Board's recommendation and then vote on whether the Redevelopment Plan should become an Ordinance. If it becomes an Ordinance then a developer will take over and provide a more specific site plan for the subject site. Mr. Melvin explained that the redevelopment plan consists of 300 residential rental units spread amongst four-(4)different building types (2-story 4-plex, 3-story walk-up, 3-story elevator, and 4-story elevator). The proposal also calls for garage buildings, a clubhouse, and a maintenance building. As part of the housing, 15% of the rental units will be affordable units. As an aside, the redevelopment plan leaves open the possibility for the rental units to become owner-occupied which would then require a 20% affordable set-aside; however, it is expected that the units remain rental units. Mr. Melvin discussed the need for aesthetically pleasing architecture, landscaping, and fencing. Mr. Melvin noted the importance of the design criteria for edge treatments along roadways (Hampton Road and Cuthbert Boulevard) and how they will provide an enhanced aesthetic quality. Mr. Melvin discussed the plan's relationship and consistency with the Cherry Hill Township Master Plan. Mr. Melvin noted how much of the designated redevelopment area consists of dilapidated building and obsolete site design. Mr. Melvin explained the importance of redevelopment lands that are already improved as opposed to new lands which have not yet been touched. Mr. Melvin clarified that the design criteria included within the redevelopment plan is what would turn into a development ordinance for this area should the plan be approved. Mr. Melvin stated that the design criteria promoted quality materials are not the typical materials developers would use. Mr. Melvin went into specific detail regarding the proposed buffering with the acjacent Still Park neighborhood. Mr. Melvin detailed the specific buffering criteria for 'Edge 20 Mercer St l Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 Tel 856.488.7870 ( Fax 856.661.4746 www.cherryhill-ni.com A' and 'Edge B' which consist of setbacks, opaque and ornamental fencing, and dense landscaping. Mr. Melvin noted that these are better design alternatives that what could be developed there under the existing hdustrial Restricted (IR) zoning ordinance. Mr. Melvin affirmed that there would be no access from the site to the Still Park neighborhood and that the site can only be accessed directly from Hampton Road and Cuthbert Boulevard. Mr. Melvin concluded his testimony by explaining that bedroom size for all of units have not yet been determined (excerpt for the affordable housing units) and that this won't be determined until site plan review. Ms. Luciani concluded the professional testimony by explaining the affordable housing bedroom obligations and how RSIS determines the parking requirements, which happen to be based upon bedroom size. Public Discussion: The Planning Board opened the hearing to the public and public testimony was received in support of and in opposition to the application. The full names and addresses of all members of the public who testified on the application are more accurately set forth on the record. Many of the comments in opposition to the project were related to traffic, site circulation, buffering, landscaping, lighting, stormwater management and stormwater runoff, the possibility of overcrowding in the public school system, environmental impacts, affordable housing obligations, effects on property values and neighboring properties, neighborhood safety, and the possibility of gentrification. Mr. Melvin, Ms. Luciani, and Solicitor Burns responded to the concerns where necessary and explained that many of the specific design aspects, should the redevelopment plan be approved, of the site would be handled during the site planning phase of the process. It was explained that the plan was presented was more of a conceptual plan, but that the design criteria proposed would become part of the zoning ordinance should the redevelopment get approved. Ms. Luciani explained in more detail the Township's affordable housing obligations and noted that this proposed development is only one of many developments throughout the Township where existing and new affordable housing options are being provided. It was reiterated that the public will have additional opportunities to voice any concerns they may have during Township Council's two (2) readings of the redevelopment plan and, if approved, the eventual site plan application to the Planning Board. Many of the comments in support of the application were related to approval of the derelict industrial properties being redeveloped into a viable use and that investments were being made in the Still Park neighborhood. Motion: Following the testimony from Mr. Melvin and Ms. Luciani and an overview of the procedure by Solicitor Burns, Carolyn Jacobs made a motion, which was seconded by Steven Sweeney, to recommend the endorsement of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan to the Governing Body and that it is consistent with the Master Plan. Affirmative votes by Sweeney, Jacobs, Dougherty, Kates, Hung, Kalitan,Adler, and Griffith. The Redevelopment Plan endorsement is approved. Following the motion,Vice-Chair Hugh Dougherty called for a recess at 9:51pm and the meeting resumed at 9:54pm. Chairman John Osorio took back over as Chair. Agenda Item 2: IS-P-0006 Sultan Enterprises,LLC Block(s)207.01 Lot(s) 1 200 Haddonfield Road Zone: Highway Business (B2)Zone Cherry Hill, NJ Relief Requested A minor site plan with bulk (CJ variances to make various site improvements in order to convert an existing vacant restaurant site into a new twenty-four (24)seat restaurant(Kabob Cafe). Exhibits Submitted: A-1:Aerial Site Exhibit Discussion: Applicant Sultani Enterprises, LLC., applied for a minor site plan with bulk (C)variances to make various site improvements in order to convert an existing vacant restaurant site into a new twenty-four (24) seat restaurant (Kabob Cafe); located at 200 Haddonfield Road, Cherry Hill, New Jersey (Block 207.01, Lot 1. The property is owned by Sultani Enterprises, LLC. Application was represented by: • Melanie Levan,Esq.-Attorney fortheApplicant - John Kornick, PE-Engineer for the Applicant • KabirSultani-Applicant - KadirSultani-Applicant Ms. Levan introduced the application for a proposed 24-seat, 14-parking space restaurant (Kabob Cafe) with a requested parking variance and various site improvements.The restaurant will have approximately 2 to 3 employees. Mr. Kadir Sultani stated that the restaurant will be for eat-in and take-out. The restaurant will be open 7 days a week from Ibm to 1030pm. Mr. Sultani stated that he personally procures the food ingredients from regional markets and that he will use his personal vehicle to bring the products to the restaurant. There will be no delivery trucks to the site. Mr. Sultani stated that they are proposing a new trash enclosure, faade improvements, and new signage. Other proposed improvements include resurfacing the entire parking lot along with new striping and ADA facilities. Mr. Kornick submitted exhibit A-1 and gave an overview of the site and the surrounding uses. Mr. Kornick noted that the site was formerly occupied by a restaurant (Scotto's Pizza). Mr. Kornick provided detail regarding the proposed circulation changes (one-way, counter-clockwise circulation), sidewalk improvements, and striping of fourteen (14) parking spaces. Mr. Kornick stated that the existing impervious encroachments would be removed and converted to open space. The trash enclosure is also proposed to be moved to a new location and will include accent landscaping. After discussion with the Board and its professionals, the applicant agreed to construct the new trash enclosure out of CMU. The applicant stated that they will work with the Department of Community Development to improve the landscaping buffer between their property and the neighboring residences to the rear. The applicant will be maintaining the existing drainage patterns on the site as no new additional impervious coverage is proposed. Bollards are proposed around the building in order to protect it from circulating vehicles. The applicant stated that they will screen the mechanical equipment on the roof and that they will work with the Department of Community Development with regard to selecting appropriate screening materials. The applicant discussed the proposed signage which includes a new faade sign and utilizing the existing sign box on the existing freestanding sign. The applicant agreed to submit color renderings of the proposed signage to the Department of Community Development for further review. The proposed faade improvements will include a new fresh coat of paint(brown to beige). The applicant clarified that the will do a whole mill and overlay of the parking lot and areas that are particularly bad will go under a full restoration. The applicant agreed to work with ERi to provide clearer signage regarding the circulation pattern of the site. The applicant will also provide a photometric lighting plan as a condition of approval and Ms. Arcari stated that she is okay with minimal spillage of light onto adjacent properties but not onto the adjacent residential properties. Public Discussion:None Motion: Following the reiteration of the conditions by Solicitor Burns, Hugh Dougherty made a motion, which was seconded by John Osorio, to approve the application with the conditions as stated. Affirmative votes by Sweeney, Jacobs, Osorio, Dougherty, Kates, Hung, Kalitan,Adler,and Griffith.The application isapproved. Prior to the third agenda item,Steven Sweeney recused himself from hearing the application due to a conflict. Agenda Item 3: 17-P-0003 Bancroft Neurohealth Block(s)404.43 Lot(s) 1&2 1255 Caldwell Road Zone: Limited Office (01)Zone Cherry Hill,NJ Relief Requested A site plan waiver with bulk (C) variances to construct a 3-sided monument sign. Exhibits Submitted: A-1:Site Plan A-2:Site Photographs Discussion: Applicant Bancroft Neurohealth, applied for a site plan waiver with bulk (C)variances to construct a 3-sided monument sign; located at 255 Caldwell Road, Cherry Hill, New Jersey (Block 404.43, Lots 1&2. The property b owned by Bancroft Neurohealth. Application was represented by: • Stuart Platt,Esq.-AttorneyfortheApplicant - Gregory Fusco,PP,PE-Planner/EngineerfortheApplicant • Michael Simon-Sign Company Representative • James Wellons-Chief Legal Office for the Applicant Mr. Platt gave an overview of the site and submitted exhibit A-1. Mr. Platt detailed the existing signage on the site and briefly detailed the proposed 3-sided monument sign which requires bulk variances. Mr. Platt requested that Mr. Fusco confirm that information and variance related testimony his submitted Planner's Report dated January 3, 2017 is accurate. Mr. Fusco confirmed that the information and variance justifications contained within the report are accurate. Mr. Wellons noted that Bancroft Neurohealth needs a new monument sign due to the shape of the lot and that most people who try to get the site came down Brace Road which does not currently have a sign. Mr. Wellons explained the multitude of maneuvers a client would have to make in order to get to the site without proper signage. Mr.Wellons gave a brief overview of the current use of the site,which is a corporate headquarters for Bancroft Neurohealth,and noted the type of customers/clients that come to their offices. Mr. Fusco submitted exhibit A-2 and explained the necessity of the proposed 3-sided monument sign based upon existing site conditions related to sight lines. Mr. Fusco noted that the site is screened by vegetation and it tough to identify the building.The proposed sign would be able to be viewed from the acjacent intersection of Brace Road, Caldwell Road, and Barton Mills Road. Mr. Fusco stated that he believes there is a very real hardship with finding Bancroft Neurohealth's offices. Mr.Simon detailed the materials and colors of the proposed and then Mr. Platt went through the review letter and noted where the applicant intends to comply with the review letter's comments. A discussion ensued regarding whether the applicant shall comply with the text being a minimum of 3'above grade and how being slightly nonconforming makes the sign blend more seamlessly into the site. After discussion, it was agreed that this variance and not providing base landscaping made the most aesthetic and functional sense. Public Discussion: None Motion: Following the reiteration of the conditions by Solicitor Burns, John Osorio made a motion,which was seconded by Marlyn Kalitan, to approve the application with the conditions as stated. Affirmative votes by Jacobs, Osorio, Dougherty,Kates,Hung,Kaftan,Adler,and Griffith. The application is approved. Resolution: 16-P-0032 Tesla,Inc. Block(s)53.01 Lot(s)8 B05 Route 70 West Zone: Highway Business (B2)Zone Cherry Hill, NJ Relief Requested:A minor site plan with bulk (C) variances to redevelop a furniture store imo a Tesla Motors auto sales and factory-authorced servre center ("Tesla Service Plus'J along with various site improvements. Motion to Ratify: Following the review of the resolution, Hugh Dougherty made a motion which was seconded by Maly Hung, to memorialize the resolution for Teslahc. Affirmative votes by Jacobs, Osorio, Dougherty, Kates, Hung, Kalitan, and Adler. The resolution is memorialized. Recommendations for the Adoption of a Redevelopment Plan for Hampton Road Redevelopment Area Block(s) 596.04;112.01;111.02;&10801 Lot(s)4&5; 117;23&24 Multiple Addresses Zone: hdustrial Restricted(Z),Highway Business(B2),&Residential(R3) Cherry Hill, NJ Motion to Ratify: Following a review of the resolution, Sam Kates made a motion which was seconded by Moly Hung, to memorialize the resolution to recommend the adoption of the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan to the Governing Body. Affirmative votes by Jacobs, Dougherty, Kates, Hung,Kaltan,Adler, and Griffith. The resolution is memorialized. Meeting Adjourned: at 1049 PM. ADOPTED:4/3/17 / •HN OSO 17 CHAIRMAN ATTEST: ireP As__ LORISSA L CIA 'P, 'CP PLANNIN - BOA• • SECR: ARY