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ORDINANCE 2017-19 ORDINANCE 2017-19 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 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 for the designated area in need of redevelopment; and WHEREAS, on July 10, 2017 Township Council held a public hearing on the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan where several residents appeared, expressing concerns about the proposed Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan which was recommended by Planning Board on March 20, 2017; and WHEREAS, Township Council adjourned the public hearing in order to gather further input from the residents and to ascertain whether the resident concerns regarding density and preservation of open space could be addressed through amendments to the Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan; and WHEREAS, Township staff, Council members and the Mayor conducted several meetings with the owner of the property and residents in order to discuss the residents' concerns; and WHEREAS; the Amended Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan (attached hereto as Exhibit A) is amended from the plan recommended by the Planning Board on March 20, 2017 to lower the total unit count from 300 units to 252 units, and to preserve, via a conservation easement, approximately 2.8 acres of land within the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area; and WHEREAS; the Amended Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan does not contemplate the acquisition and development of the Township owned property (Block 108.01, Lots 23 and 24), which shall also be preserved as open space for the betterment of the neighborhood; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP, has prepared the Amended 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 Amended Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan (Attachment A) is hereby adopted as amended for the reasons stated above and on the record; 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. SECTION HI: This ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after final publication as required by law. INTRODUCED: NOVEMBER 27,2017 ADOPTED: DECEMBER 11, 2017 MAYO: CHARLES M. CAHN CO 'CIL PRESIDENT ATTEST: NANCY L. S I FOS, RM' TOWNSHIP CLERK ATTACHMENT A zg Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan Block 596.04, Lot 4 & 5; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 111 .02, Lot 7 and Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24 Cherry Hill Township, NJ DRAFT ISSUED: 03/20/17 AME\DED: 11/21/17 FOR CONSIDERATION FOR ADOPTION BY COUNCIL ON: 12/11/17 Plan prepared by GROUPmelVinDESIGN I 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 Planning Board Decotiis, Fitzpatrick &Cole John Osorio, Esq., Chair Hugh Dougherty, PE,Vice Chair Community Development Betty Adler, Class Lorissa Luciani, AICP/PP, Deputy Director Kevin McCormack, Class II Carolyn Jacobs, Class Ill William Carter Sam Kates Moly Hung, Esq. Marlyn Kalitan • Alise Panitch, Alternate #1 Sheila Griffith,Alternate #2 Planning Board Secretary Lorissa Luciani, AICP/PP, Director of Planning & Deputy Director of Community Development `//461C "\ 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; and 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 • l<, ''z 6.5 Relocation Provisions 30 qa' The Vision 6.6 Affordable Housing 31 2.1 The Vision Plan 06 6.7 Procedure for Amending the Redevelopment Plan 31 2.2 Vision Photos 05 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 16 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 4 ./ ' .• 17c,,;: :, `'-,',:c-ci ,;« • 'd, ( / , :L . ., , i, „4", . t:N. 4. - c5 • , 4) A , ,• 4..., . ''';' ‘ • - 'P/ • - . • , 4( s• 4'''' . .' i ' k. ' 444.11- . ‘, , •'t, ,, i t . ,... • •-• t i . "f1/4444#.., ',:;,N, 4,,,,br. 7 . iis, ...k :'• 'd /,- , , • , . . 4 --, v„,.0. . .„ ' ift t , . 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' \ .' • irei4li.;"if.-:'tV ', • '7,^.. •-.):1 .4: .Ke. ,. r ' ,.. .. . . • , 0 • '':;:. ., • ': . •L'.'7,:t AO Feet LEGEND 0 100 200 400 600 800 Parcels in Redevelopment Area A • Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 1 1.0 Introduction Cherry Hill Township has designated #2016-01-54 (Appendix D), the Township Block 596.04, Lots 4 & 5; Block 112.01, authorized an investigation to determine Lot 11; and Block 111.02, Lot 7 and the need for redevelopment of Block Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24, as an "Area 596.04, Lot 4; and Block 108.01, Lots 23 &24 in Need of Redevelopment" and as a pursuant to N.J.S.A.40A-12A-6.A Preliminary "Condemnation Redevelopment Area" in Investigation for Determination of an Area accordance with the provisions of the New in Need of Redevelopment was prepared Jersey Local Redevelopment and Housing by Robed F. Melvin, PP/AICP of Group Law or LRHL (N.J.S.A. 40A-12A.1 et seq.). Melvin Design. That report concluded that For the purposes of this Redevelopment Block 596.04, Lot 4; and Block 108.01, Lots Plan, Block 596.04, Lots 4 &5; Block 112.01, 23 & 24 qualified to be declared an "Area Lot 11; and Block 111.02, Lot 7 and Block in Need of Redevelopment" and as a 108.01, Lots 23 & 24 shall be referred to "Condemnation Redevelopment Area" in as the "Hampton Road Redevelopment accordance with the LRHL. As a result, on Area" or the "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 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Need of Redevelopment." Subsequently, Block 596.04, Lots 4&5, pursuant to N.J.S.A. Township Council designated Block 596.04, 40A-12A-6. A Preliminary Investigation Lot 4; and Block 108.01, Lots 23 & 24 as for Determination of an Area in Need of an "Area in Need of Redevelopment" Redevelopment was prepared by Robert on March 14, 2016, as memorialized by 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; and recommended to the Governing Body of Block 111.02, Lot 7 and Block 108.01, Lots 23 the Township of Cherry Hill that Block 1 1 1.02, &24 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 decline in an effort to ensure that future within the definition of a greyfield. 1 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 in 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 promote proper redevelopment and industrial and office space. Through future economic activity. the redevelopment of this area, new Coordinate land use to balance economic development could be limited from growth with community and conservation expansion to non-developed areas in needs (2007 Master Plan Reexamination). the Township. • 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, P g previously developed properties. These sites tend impervious surfaces, a vacant and to be large and well-served by transportation and dilapidated industrial complex, and sonnwaterinfrastructure. a lot previously used for commercial vehicle repair and yard storage, fits u.s.Environmentar Protection Agency. "Smart Growth Techniques as Stormwater Best Manage- ment Practices."Accessed January 2015.http:// 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 identifies the Redevelopment Area's not just hubs of commerce, but also walkable, mixed-use focal points of the location asanInnerRingofCamdenCounty, 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,' and the 2012 Draft State land use pattern consistent with the vision, Strategic Plan3 , 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 ni gov/state/olannina/docs/stateo- loaainl n ndf Arrecced Fehninry 201 c 3 Draft State Strategic Plan.htto://www ni aov/ ctnte/olnnning/cnc-state-nlan-draft-final html.Ac- cessed February 2015. 4 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan-DRAFT This page intentionally left blank. iF 'M1 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 5 is ti 2.0 Vision It is the vision of the Township `< ` 2.2. Vision Photos dr to redevelop the Hampton Road Redevelopment Area into a multi , 4 family residential complex composed ° { -r1 A of high-quality buildings and public ��' i spaces.The Township envisions the use ; ' _I C of high standards,which shall be used to #t1 s -� - „ t evaluate the design and construction of -- this new community, The use of energy a' s ' efficient design and quality materials "" — " water-saving techniques, best-practices . 4.., vis - ' mz .. { z k in stormwater management, and other ' ,t sustainable design and construction - -1 .-. x ' $ Outdoor gathering space near clubhouse techniques are highly encouraged. ..g- 'riff a 2.1. Vision Plan y;^k ;- 441 , The vision for the Hampton Road -A '4 y `; , 2-4 ; Redevelopment Area is to permit up to .,:;„..#4.,...t.4 =-;' r Ay- �• 252 residential units,a clubhouse with an . - , 1,, _ ,r, 'r'1'r4+=,. outdoor pool, open space, and a variety ; - ` ;' of site amenties to include park-like open ; „ ' spaces, a tot-lot playground, dog-walk i • * park, etc. The Redevelopment Area will ,, Ng: incorporate two story, three-story and 'tea s,f Dog-walk park four-story apartment buildings with ; t , a mix of on-site surface and garaged; parking spaces. �,` „s Tr> - Prir� It is expected that redevelopment will ryF r'» - t--� z �; substantially conform photographic illustrative examples :. ----- `� - - . highlighted throughout this Plan. *x�"` ' -.' Figure 2 reflects and represents the 5,i°' ywi , vision for the Redevelopment Area. p,.,4.4.1.„,--.14 N 9 , s " The exhibit shows a land use plan r Yyr: i and identifies major features and Pa - .U` Park-like open spaces 1 improvements associated with each ,21,A,,,, .4..;;,44-4: - ; of the land uses described above; e.g. .. x>, r streets,edges,stormwater management ef � .„-:: . areas, open space, building locations, d•: ` frt � ^,. . '' parking areas, pathways, and a variety of site amenities. , 4, A The Redevelopment Plan proposes the �, 'a t demolition and removal of all existing 1 on-site buildings and improvements .' x A LO Program The Hampton Road Revelopment Area elements, bar-b-que facilities,and seating shall have the following program: areas. 1. Residential:252 Dwelling Units 3. Pool Area i. 15% inclusionary affordable i. A pool area shall be provided with a minimum 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 housing units for for-sale 4. Waste/Recycling Service Area/Maintenance 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 • Lawn panel 01 and adjacent landscaped areas Community shall be a minimum area of 25,000 sf(including i. Multi-family residential adjacent sidewalk and planting strip areas). buildings shall be a ® Lawn panel 02 shall be a minimum area of 8,000 combination of two-story sf including adjacent sidewalk and planting strip 4-plex,three-story walk-up, areas. three story elevator, and 6. Dog Walk Park four-story elevator apartment i. A dog walk park shall be provided and shall be buildings. a minimum area'of 2,500 sf within the defined ii. Two-story 4-plex buildings fenced area. shall include 40 units total. " ii. The park shall include furniture such as benches Hi. Three-story walk-up buildings and trash/waste receptacles. shall include 78 units total.' 7. Tot Lot/Playground iv. Three-story elevator buildings shall include 80 units total. " i. A playground shall be provided and shall be a minimum area of 1,500 sf within the defined v. Four-story elevator buildings fenced area. shall include 54 units total. * ii. The playground shall include age appropriate Unit counts may adjust per play equipment (in accordance with all building type but development applicable rules, regulations, and governing shall not exceed 252 units total. laws)and furniture such as benches,tables and 2. ClubHouse chairs, and trash/recyclable receptacles. 8. Pump Station i. Clubhouse shall include a fitness center and outdoor i. A pump station shall be provided if necessary. pool area. ii. The pump station shall be privately owned and ii. Clubhouse shall include areas operated. for meetings and socialization iii. The pump station shall be located within and shall include both indoor property boundaries. and outdoor areas. Hi. 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 eisn Main Street Edge subject to the review Residential Edge and approval by the ell Redevelopment Entity. Cuthberf Blvd Edge *Edge Requirements are Commercial Edge as noted in Section 4.4 a Hampton Rd Edge and are exempt from Stormwater Management Edge buffer requirements — — Pennsauken Township Municipal Boundary in Township Zoning Building Type Ordinance Sec. 508.F. III Garage In 4 Story Elevator 3 Story Elevator MI 3 Story Walk-up 2 Story 4-Plex MI Clubhouse and Maintenance Building • Lawn Panel 01 * Pump Station • Lawn Panel 02 • P=rnr;nuk-z! _. Sfip • • 1 2 E, —I • - - D a l ;hi r B *, cre Ha.—t/nn RJ E F 8 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan-DRAFT OResidential Edge O Industrial/Commercial Edge Edge Condition:The Residential 1. Edge Condition: The Industrial/ Edge will provide a visual screen Commercial Edge will provide between the Redevelopment Area a visual screen between the and surrounding areas using new Redevelopment Site and and existing landscaping. Existing surrounding areas using dense trees shall be preserved as much landscaping and may include as possible.The edge contains no fencing.The edge contains no vehicular or pedestrian access. vehicular or pedestrian access. 2. A 72"board on board fence shall 2. Building Setback-12 feet be required. 3. Accessory Structure Setback - 20 i. The fence shall be installed feet along the lot line abutting or 4, Parking Setback-8 feet adjoining any residential use unless declined by the adjoining homeowner. © Hampton Road Edge 3. Building Setback-60 feet 4. Accessory Structure Setback - 35 feet 1. Edge Condition:The Hampton Road Edge aims to provide 5, Parking Setback-23 feet frontage between the 6. Drive Setback-20 feet Redevelopment Area and Hampton Road with transparent landscaping and moderate Cuthbert Boulevard Edge setbacks. 2. A 48" (min) high decorative fence (of extruded aluminum to mimic 1. Edge Condition: Cuthbert wrought iron) may define the front Boulevard Edge aims to create a yard of the 4'wide sidewalk edge, transition area between Cuthbert and planting strip and curb, at a Boulevard and the Redevelopment minimum of 2'. Area with semi-transparent landscaping. i. The fence may be a maximum of 6' high. 2. The edge shall be defined by a 4' wide sidewalk edge,and planting ii. If no fence is provided, privacy strip and curb,a minimum of 3 feet buffering shall be provided for wide. 1st floor patios facing Hampton Road. 3. The edge shall be defined iii. The sidewalk is only required with clustered street trees and along the Hampton Road Edge landscaped planting strip. where buildings are present. 4. Building Setback-75 feet 3. The edge shall be defined with 5. Accessory Structure Setback - 20 street trees,and landscaped feet planting. Existing street trees to 6. Parking Setback-20 feet be preserved where possible. 4. Building Setback-20 feet (with a 15'minimum setback to any balcony). 5. Accessory Structure Setback - 15 feet 6. Parking and Drive Aisle Setback - 25 feet 10 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT Stormwater Management Edge © 1. Edge Condition: The Stormwater Management Edge aims to provide a visual screen between stormwater management in 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 E�Secondary Vehicular durable, low-maintenance surface materials. ••> 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 Garage material and design shall require Redevelopment NI 4 Story Elevator Authority design review. 3 Story Elevator 1. Materials shall differentiate major crossings from III 3 Story Walk-up other crossings. 2 Story 4-flex 2. Minor internal crossings are permitted to be painted • Clubhouse and Maintenance Building crosswalks. 'Quality and design of all improvements to be subject to the review a and approval by the Redevelopment Entity. ' JRr ". Main Street Q Iiu TIT4fr,110:11,[_,; ti Pnti_CT' ni fmt� q - f ' ,l � � i(� Y _ •• 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 - - Circulation Diagram (Figure 3). rL 4.5.a. Path of Circulation - Vehicle t'' - 1. Primary Vehicular Circulation: - shall allow two-way traffic fl 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 _ parking and garage areas, and reit allow for two-way traffic flow :.y 4f within the Redevelopment Areae "' ... connecting to Primary Vehicular1 I ..i! Circulation routes. 3. "On-street" parking is permitted along portions of Primary and _ Secondary Vehicular Circulation „ 4'1 routes. ,4 4. Curb Cuts - i. Curb cuts shall be allowed to `._ E provide vehicular access within the Redevelopment Site to parking areas. ii. 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 73 Figure 4: Parking and Open Space Plan Location Garage Parking Surface Parking-90 degree Surface Parking-on street (parallel) ,1 Detention Basin 'r. alb Usable Outdoor Amenity Area .4111110 Conservation Easement Area Building Type Garage 4 Story Elevator 3 Story Elevator • 3 Story Walk-up 2 Story 4=PIex MI Clubhouse and Maintenance Building *Quality and design of all improvements to be subject to review and approval of the Redevelopment Entity. Required Trash, :Open Space Lawn Panel 02 Recycling & Maintenance • • Center • 46 ;Conservation Easement Area r, Required Clubhouse/ Fitness Center • ;Conservation Easement Area �, j Required Pool :Open Space Lawn Panel 01 4 • • - • • y` Main Street Required Dog P r w •-WI Walk Park a. I Required Tot Lot . i - I Pump Station j•'' Hampton Rd 14 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan-DRAFT 4.5.c. Parking 1. The location of garages and surface be exempted from §508.G.5&6. • parking shall conform substantially h. Requirements for off- street loading to Figure 4: Parking and Open Space (§510)shall not apply. Plan. 3. Quantity: 2. Landscape i. Parking spaces within the i. Landscaping must conform with Redevelopment Area shall conform to Landscaping Requirements outline RSIS standards. (NB: Clubhouse in §508.G (Off-Street Parking& Parking is included in RSIS calculation Loading Areas)of the Cherry Hill total). Township Zoning Ordinance. ii. Garage parking spaces are permitted. ii. In lieu of the requirement set forth by§508.G.1,a planting area 4.5.d. Water Detention Basins equivalent to one hundred fifty (150) square feet per twenty Water Detention basins and their approximate (20) parking spaces may be locations are identified in the Parking and Open accommodated on other portions Space Plan(Figure 4)and shall substantially conform of the redevelopment area, in quantity and location. provided they meet Landscaping 1. All stormwater management shall comply Requirements outlined in §508.6.2- with §516 (Stormwater Management) of 15(Off-Street Parking& Loading the Cherry Hill Township Zoning Ordinance. Areas)of the Cherry Hill Township Zoning Ordinance. 2. Stormwater management areas must a. These planting areas are in be designed to enhance the aesthetic attributes of the proposed development. addition to the buffer planting These areas are required to be designed along the edge of the lot. and landscaped to Redevelopment Entity's b. For planting islands that are review and approval parallel to spaces,islands shall be using natural or planted landscape areas. a minimum of 120 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 4.5.e. Conservation Easement spaces shall be placed in one row of parking without an intervening A conservation easement shall be placed on the landscape island parallel to the buffer area idenfitied in the Parking and Open Space spaces. Plan (Figure 4) and shall substantially conform in d. Ends of all parking rows shall location to this Plan.The conservation easement shall be terminated with isolated be approximately 2.83 acres of open space. landscaped planted islands. 4.5.f. Municipally Owned Lots e. Isolated landscape planter As part of this redevelopment plan, Block 108.01, islands, abutting parking aisles, Lots 23 and 24 shall be placed on the Township's are to measure a minimum of seven (7) feet wide at Recreation and Open Space Inventory (R051), as the midpoint of each island, to preserve these lots perpetually as passive open measured from the location of space and conservation. island where parking striping abuts Landscape Island, exterior curb face to exterior curb face. f. Street lights shall be incorporated throughout surface parking lots. g. Requirements for planted median for every three rows shall Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 15 4.6. Community Spaces & Site Amenities 4.6.a. Park-Like Open Space Park-Like Open Space and their approximate locations are identified in the Parking and Open Space Plan (Figure 4). Their location should substantially conform to this Plan (Figure 4). • 4.6.b. Site Amenities The Redeveloper shall provide for the development of the following site amenites: 1. Clubhouse with exercise, business, and social areas. 2. Pool 3. Tot Lot 4. Lawn Panel 01 5. Lawn Panel 02 6. Dog Park Area 7. 5 Bike racks shall be located within the Redevelopment Area. 8. Site Amenities shall be substantially representative following aesthetic preferences as shown in illustrations on pages 16 &17. 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. 4 '•'•.` _ - ! - 3. Street furniture such as benches and waste receptacles shall be A — provided. 4. Facility must comply with ADA and safe-playground requirements. 16 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT Lawn Panel 01 &02 characteristics: -se -. 5. The areas must be substantially designed as well maintained . . • 4 lawn panels for active and passive uses of the space. 6. The areas should be bordered by a sidewalk a minimum of 4' •-,1_ 2— " .420L wide and tree and landscape planting strip a minimum of 5'wide �• along the length of Lawn Panel 01. 'c, 7. 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. 8. 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. Clubhouse & Pool f GLiy characteristics: 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. 1 it ,; The clubhouse shall be located adjacent to the outdoor pool I I 2. area and substantially located as illustrated in Figure 5. 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 Grill R..• S 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 .:. I __ -- ".. ' 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-Plex Regulations — 3StoryWalk-up 3 &4 Story Elevator Architectural Regulations assure that design Clubhouse of all structures within the Redevelopment mats Garage Area are to high standards. The design and location of all elements shall be subject to *Qualify 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. 'a ti0o het r slA t`r\_ .. �`- Main Street 1 qq I f is Hampton Rd 78 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. {z, Figure 6: Signage Location a � C\ -v • ' qa 4- Main Street R, 63 b3 r.-� y5. �J - L L l F �1i.1', Hampton Rd Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 79 5.2. Two Story 4-Plex Figure 7: 4-Plex Location 5.2.a. Intent: ow The intent of this plan is to develop two story "-il, ,\ _ n.p. " 6 4-plex residential units along the property ,--\' , �, • ' edge with Main Street in the adjacent Still Park �� t _:f •t i' M` :� neighborhood.The scale of the architecture is _ 1 1 intended to compliment the context of Main ; _ _ - _ Street. .F '.e" ,n;:-1 --e f — ""lie F tJ'G iz. l k ; 'ht, [„v2_i h S 5.2.b. Location: Fir The location of two story4- lex structures '_I F . - P ■ r til ,___-__ / are identified Figure 7.The location of 4-plex I�—� �� J ,I s structures should substantially conform to y the Building Type Plan. lit �` �1 +a' '� 5.2.c. Architectural Regulations: ui The following architectural regulations 1r '`^T"`^""T"� "'r�"'T"iwru uT”"ituF ���� 'gi irIMW'a Jig'son': Kiril r.�i'..x7Lr"ytic.1, r shall be adhered to for all two-story 4-plex structures. The quality and design of all structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity • review and approval. Architectural Style /////�/��/�//� Building Variation: 1. All facades shall be designed with great attention to detail and quality of material. ��f-- 2. No blank or unarticulated facades are permitted.All facades shall IIt �- have fenestration and building element features. ©© ' i�iiii, 4 P l 1, 3. Windows shall be sized and oriented to reflect interior floor plans. 1-11-t- ' ` -I-Ha —IHtJ I - 4. Horizontal and vertical scale of buildings shall be addressed through materials, building offsets and windows to reflect the single family residential scale of the existing neighborhood on Main Street. 1...... �_ Size: w T 1. Maximum building width- 75 feet 2. Maximum building depth - 75 feet 3. Maximum building height-2 stories+ attic loft and 35 feet Offsets: 1. Minimum front yard setback-25 feet(from Main Street) 44 2. Minimum front yard setback from interior parking area curb-10 feet. Entrances: 1. Each dwelling unit shall have an individual entrance from the outside; entryways shall be prominent features on the facade. 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 iii6. Doors shall be wood, steel, fiberglass, paneled 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: vi. 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. ii. 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: 2. All project interior utility and related appurtenances 1. All glass shall be clear and not have a mirrored shall be located underground, inside the principal characteristic. 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 the architectural language • masonry. of the building, using complimentary details and H. Clear Glass(frosted, etched or opaque glass materials. 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 v. Cementious Siding Material setbacks and be within the building set backs. 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 27 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 _ 22 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 5.3. Three-Story Walk-up Figure 9: Three-Star Walk-u)7• Location 5.3.a. Intent: i A$._. ' { i y . r. , , vA i e`' The intent of this plan is to develop multi-unit r ' 1, '•t' ' 1 r H. three-story residential walk-ups along the � . �^, )6'4 c ir`'i-t >_ , Hampton Road edge of the property and ate. ,, e. '" -%4 ),` ' " ;.,,,,., I Cuthbert Boulevard entrance of the property, .r {\ ,41„,\:€. ^ ' ^ t•i •tf ,'v . • ♦ _". Units shall be accessed via open air or ; r , it ' A , „ E' 'r ' ':A enclosed common stair ways. Patios and/or `} s � i" ‘,"..,.j...„ '# p � ' balconies for individual units are encouraged. l''- Y' "'-ytr Fr � }= -t , 4 ti r Materials and design shall reflect a residential E;. i •9' J t z d ,t.fr' pallet.Windows shall reflect in size, grouping, ` ' ---r„,.,,,._.___,� .- 4 541 Axa pi ./.QC)',_.# r a,,,�.,0' p. a and location of the interior floor plans. i7 1:10.1-‘,11, ra �„, • a 5.3.b. Location: t'':,0''.s . 4 '� •• a ' The location of three story walk up structures �1 `> r`: d I— r;' cc! 1 are identified in Figure 9. The location of the 4 1 4_�1 _ , . .S' structures should substantially conform to e mii �' r i FI J .._T the Building Type Plan, rt a -- 5.3.c. Architectural Regulations: 1 The following architectural regulations shall be adhered to for all 3-story walk-up structures. 3 The quality and design of all structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity review and approval. 1 0 Architectural Style e Building Variation: P:;_, 1. No blank facades are permitted. i 7 ,11 { , �-�"� Size: II i f1: LJ . 1. Maximum building width -200 feet I 2. Maximum building depth - 65 feet -__. _ _ _ 3. Maximum building height- 3 stories(lofts are permitted in attic 8 `___ spaces);45 feet 1 • • -- Offsets: ' : Common Stair• : Individual Balconies • 1. Minimum setback from public right-of-way-15 feet • 2. Minimum setback from interior parking areas -10 feet AN— , Entrances: \ 1. Entrances shall be located facing interior parking areas.Entrances G " to a building shall be clearly identifiable and appropriately k� articulated. II: - - I{z -. i 2. All entry ways shall be well lighted. �� j E I 1I ` �y ly f� �� 3. Dwelling unit entrance doors shall be wood, steel, paneled fiberglass, or paned glass. Li„ �' a Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 23 I 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 H. slate with and be a defining aspect of its architectural Hi. 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 any 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 H. 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 H. Copper a iii. Natural or artificial slate iv. Rubber sheet roofing v. Asphalt or fiberglass "architectural" shingles vi. TPO vii, EPDM or other layered roof system 'r s 24 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan-DRAFT 5.4. Three & Four Story Figure 10: Three & Four STory Elevator Building Location Elevator Building y s aee - ►:l y- 4t.A .a I ^+ r 5.4.a. IntentI ` �� The intent of this plan is to provide three " \ F • �� u , ', 3 to four story residential elevator buildings `s' Private balconies, decks, or patios, and a i I I variation in both materials and roof planes are p i� x w _ 00. encouraged. - v'�\Y� � u AT* 5.4.b. Location _.." - -1 The location of three and four story elevator ', I ....4c j -.r C a structures are identified in Figure 10. The /, r, location of structures should substantially , E ibir r ! h* t. ►' _$- Ali conform to the Building Type Plan. >".0tf.' a.0 � �f ! P 5.4.c. Architectural Regulations: �' - k _ " { L lei The following architectural regulations shall ,2 1 ,,. SII IF�1filRIM�MII!�161t;, PI L" 4 be adhered to for all 3 and 4 story elevator ` `- -a ice__m ` `t31 '-I�l ' IJAJEc� structures. The quality and design of all structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity review and approval. A cltiittactural Style 'budding i/anaiion: 1. All four facades are of equal importance. All facades shall be designed with attention to detail and quality of material. r °"j 2. Variations of roof lines is encouraged. �i 4}j 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);50 feet 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 with and be a defining aspect of its architectural iii. brick 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 2. All project interior utility and related appurtenances characteristic. 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 or awnings, 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 masonry. materials. ii. 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 ii. Copper iii. Natural or artificial slate iv. Rubber sheet roofing v. Asphalt or fiberglass "architectural"shingles vi. TPO • 26 Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan-DRAFT 5.5. Clubhouse Figure 11: Clubhouse Location m �i 5.5.a. Location: 1,40 . t The location of the clubhouse is identified in f`a.a _ t t r ," Figure ll.The location of the structures should i, ]v I I r / , substantially conform to the Building Type Plan, �, � ir, �1• 1i f� 5.5.b. Architectural Regulations: i I I 'F= _ _ .H11! _11! The following architectural regulations shall j�' r be adhered to for the design of the clubhouse. U _ MIS e �° �1__ The quality and design of all structures is • ! �. '_ i .� — subject to Redevelopment Entity review and f rig ytfllcG T71�tlfiL:.1I111'RI��11�'IRiir� ��I approval. ^:-a TGLe:� ,� �� :•E?ke-' c7fc..P_� .'� d ...__'_ _IIDi=Vim ___—' - Jl 2ii'• Architectural Style e Gtu 1 • Building Variation: =�` -lr-I 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 IIIand/or articulation. F "" 2. There shall be special attention paid to the architectural form - - and the quality of materials. Due to the uniqueness of structure within thesite, 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. 3. No blank or unarticulated facades are permitted. mn -- . • '_ Size: .._._.. "'" " i 1. Maximum building width -120 feet - 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 r,. 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%) in. 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 or artificial 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 ii. 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: ►T . - , 1 B • The location of garage parking structures i '._..r ,:�rew i ` are identified in Figure 12. The location of r N " - structures should substantially conform to t•• as • the Building Type Plan. •r f r +, ' ` '. 1 � — SA .....: t . _- r 5.6.b. Architectural Regulations: . v x The following architectural regulations shall be . , ,� Ly ' adhered to for all garage parking structures.It ;, 7 ..., is expected that all garage parking structures • 1 •R. • 14 are built to the same standard as dwelling • /� � 1 1 '1 . " t structures within the development site. The e , '� n ^ quality and design of all garage parking `� � , � . �.--li {vw_ L �� O° structures is subject to Redevelopment Entity '} a t, M r if h review and approval. .k I�� Ca - • _ - ..,tics .1' .fisc, .. 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 Redevelopment Plan contemplates that a forth in N.J.S.A. 40A-12A-8 to effectuate all of its duties and responsibilities in the portion of Main Street/Merchant Street shall be vacated to effectuate development and a execution and implementation of this Redevelopment Plan. portion of Merchant Street to effectuate open space preservation. 6.2. Planning Board Review 6.4. Provisions Related to Off-Site Improvements Development review shall be conducted by the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board pursuant to N,J.S,A. 40:55D-1, et seq. Any The designated redeveloper (or other such deviation from "Section 3 - Program: parties responsible for the development Units & Amenities", "Section 4 - Land Use of the redevelopment area) shall be Regulations" and "Section 5 - Architectural responsible for their fair share of any and all Regulations" shall constitute a variance. It improvements as required by Municipal Land is the intention of this Section 6.2 that the Use Law, NJSA 40:55D-42 and per Article IX: Cherry Hill Township Planning Board may Fees, Guarantees, Inspections and Off-Tract grant variances, waivers or deviations from Improvements. the strict application of the regulations The extent of the redeveloper's responsibility contained within this Redevelopment Plan, will be outlined in the redeveloper's agreement for "bulk standards" or design criteria, in with the Township. accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. All infrastructure improvements shall comply 40:55D-60 and -70c, but that the Planning with Board may not grant variances for use and applicable local, state and federal codes and other standards governed by N.J.S.A. and laws, including the Americans with 40:55D-70d. Any relief from standards Disabilities Act. All utilities shall be placed otherwise governed by N.J.S.A. 40:55D-70d underground. except for utilities in perimeter shall require that this Redevelopment Plan roadways. be amended as hereafter set forth. 6.5. Relocation Provisions 6.3. Acquisition and Conveyance of Property The designated Redeveloper shall, at its sole cost and expense,be responsible for providing Relocation Assistance to any and all aspects It is anticipated that any property to be of the business being displaced. Redeveloper acquired within the Redevelopment Area shall comply with the requirements of the will be purchased and assembled by Relocation Assistance Act, N.J.S.A. 20:4-1, private development interests and/or by and the Relocation Assistance Law, N.J.S.A. the Redeveloper. However, if acquisition 52:318-1 et seq., if applicable. in this manner proves unsuccessful, municipal acquisition by eminent domain will be pursued in order to create properly planned and developable parcels of land. • 6.6. Affordable Housing Article X: Affordable Housing Procedural & Eligibility Requirements of the Cherry Hill Zoning Ordinance was adopted to ensure the efficient use of land through compact forms of development and to create realistic opportunities for the construction of affordable housing and to mandate inclusionary zoning that fosters minimum presumptive densities and presumptive maximum affordable housing set-asides. As such, the Ordinance requires that every multi-family development in the Township and any use (d) variance application for multi-family residential development • provide a minimum of set-aside 20%for for-sale housing and • a 15% set-aside for rental housing. Development within the • Redevelopment Area shall be subject to all of the provisions of Article X of the Cherry Hill Township Zoning Ordinance. It is the intention of this Section 6.6, among other things, that the redeveloper shall be responsible for the creation of affordable units in accordance with governing law and regulations and to maintain the affordability of such units in order that the Township will receive full credit for such units • towards its affordable housing obligation. • 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 of the 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. The Redevelopment entity shall have the authority to waive certain fees associated with the development of the Project in order to facilitate the redevelopment of this and other redevelopment sites. • Hampton Road Redevelopment Plan -DRAFT 37 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 p>: • • p4` 1 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;AND BLOCK 596.04,LOTS 4&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-1, 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 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; 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 slate 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 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; 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 4DA:12A-) 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 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01,Lot 11;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 immediately. ADOPTED: NOVEMBER 12,2014i7.a • ATTEST: COUNC PRESIDENT • NANCY L. TOWNSHIP CLERK Appendix B MEMORIALIZATION OF RESOLUTION NO. ; oic - "2_ OF THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDINGVTO THE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY THAT THE AREA KNOWN AS HAMPTON ROAD STUDY AREA BE DECLARED AN AREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMENT AS DEFINED UNDER THE LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT 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, 2o14,directed the Township of Cherry Hill Planning Board (hereinafter "Planning Board") to review, consider and make recommendations as to whether an area known as the "Hampton Road Study Area", known as Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01 Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lots 4 and 5, qualifies as an area in need of redevelopment pursuant to the Local Redevelopment and Housing Law, ("the Redevelopment 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 of Group Melvin Design, to assist it in undertaking 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 Redevelopment Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5; and WHEREAS, Robert F. Melvin, PP, AICP prepared a report dated March 26, 2015 ("the Melvin Report") which, together with the map of the study area, was made available for inspection by the public; and ti 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 7:30 p.m. , to consider whether the "Hampton Road Study Area", known as Block 111.02, Lot 7, Block 112.01, 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 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 RESOLVED, by the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board: is c. 3 1. The Planning Board hereby recommends that the Governing Body determine that Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lot 5 be designated as an area in need of redevelopment and as a "Condemnation Redevelopment Area," as defined under the Redevelopment Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. 2. The investigation of the Redevelopment Study Area reveals that the statutory criteria under sections B, C, andD of N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5 have been met for the areas known as Block 111.02, Lot 7; Block 112.01, Lot 11; and Block 596.04, Lot 5, as proposed to be designated for redevelopment as clearly set forth in the Melvin Report dated March 26, 2015. 3. The Planning Board hereby recommends that the Governing Body determine that Block 596.04, Lot 4 not be designated as an area in need of redevelopment as defined under the Redevelopment Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. 4. In support of these recommendations the Planning Board incorporates by reference and adopts the 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 designee, is hereby authorized and empowered to forward 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. 6. This Resolution shall take effect immediately. Planning Board of the Township of Cherry Hill By: Hug Dougherty PE Vice Chairman By: 1IIIAAAAPaull SSkidick, AIA Planning Board Secretary This is a Decision of the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board made and adopted at a regular meet}ng held on the 6" da of April, 2015 by a vote of 43 in favor, (� opposed, and U abstaining. �J Those in Favor Those Opposed Q Those Abstaining Appendix C RESOLUTION 2015-4-10 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 12, 2014, to undertake a preliminary investigation to determine if the area known as the "Hampton Road Study Area," known as Block 111.02, Lot 7, Block 112.01, Lot 11, 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-1, 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-1 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, ACP 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 111.02, Lot 7, Block 112.01, Lot 11, 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: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: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 •Ca COU IL PRESIDENT ( ATTEST: "Lt NANCY L SAFFOS, C TOWNSHIP CLERK 2 Appendix D RESOLUTION 2016-01-54 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD TO UNDERTAKE A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION TO DETERMINE IF THE STUDY AREA KNOWN AS BLOCK 108.01,LOTS 23 &24;AND BLOCK 596-04,LOT 4 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-1, et.seq.,the Township of Cherry H111 (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.CA: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 N15A.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 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 on 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 properly 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: l.The Cherry Hill Township Planning Board is hereby directed 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 on 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 fo 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, Lot 4;and 3.The Planning Board shall submit its recommendations to Township Council,in accordance with NJSA 40A:?2A-6, once the preliminary investigation and public hearing process is completed. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED,that this resolution shall take effect Immo ADOPTED: JANUARY 25,2016 (1' COUNCg PRESIDENT BATT STST:1 NANCY L SAFF'.S,RMC TOWNSHIP CLERK Appendix E MEMORIALIZATION OF RESOLUTION NO. go.' .J' I OF THE CHERRY HILL TOWNSHIP PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDING TO THE TOWNSHIP COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY THAT THE AREA KNOWN AS BLOCK 108.01, LOTS 23 & 24 AND BLOCK 596.04, LOT 4 STUDY AREA BE DECLARED AN AREA IN NEED OF REDEVELOPMENT AS DEFINED UNDER THE LOCAL REDEVELOPMENT 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. 2016-01-54, 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 24, 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. 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 of Group Melvin Design, to assist it in undertaking 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 Redevelopment Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5; and j 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 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, March 7, 2016 at 7:30 p.m., to consider whether the area known as Block 108.01, Lots 23 and 24, and Block 596.04, 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 RESOLVED, by the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board: 1. The Planning Board hereby recommends 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 defined under the Redevelopment Law, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-1 et seq. 2. The investigation of the Redevelopment Study Area reveals 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 for redevelopment as clearly set forth in the Melvin Report dated February 18, 2016. 3. In support of these recommendations the Planning Board incorporates by reference and adopts the findings 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 forward 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. i 5. This Resolution shall take effect immediately. 1 Plane "' g B•acd of t e Township of Cherry Hill As 1176. John 09 r o, Esq. t Chairman ---all:A10-- By: Paul St±idick, AIA Planning Board Secretary This is a Decision of the Cherry Hill Township Planning Board made and adopted at a regular meeting held on the 7th da�j of March, 2016 by a vote ofd f��/ in favor, 0 opposed, and V abstaining. D Those in Favor Those Opposed Those Abstaining 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 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 No. 2016-01-54, dated January 25, 2016, to undertake a preliminary 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:12A-1, 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-1 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 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 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 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 a," "criteria c" and "criteria d" of the LRHL, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5b, N.J.S.A. 40A:12A-5c, and NJ.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 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.SA. 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 Properly may be and should be declared an area in need of redevelopment as provided under the LRHL; 1 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; 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 Cherry Hill in the County of Camden, New Jersey, that the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the Planning Board ore 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 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: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: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: MARCH 14,2016 &kg „ • en COUNCIL PRESIDE T ATTEST: LxL til(-u� 1 NANCY L. S74FFOS, RMC TOWNSHIP CLERK 2