Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Fort Point Channel Landmarks January 2017 Meeting

The FORT POINT CHANNEL LANDMARK DISTRICT COMMISSION will hold a public hearing:

Thursday, 12 January 2017
5:30 PM
Boston City Hall – Piemonte Room (5th Floor)


After 5:30 pm, enter and exit City Hall at the Dock Square entrance on Congress Street 
(across from Faneuil Hall).

Subject of the hearing will be applications for Certificates of Design Approval on the agenda below, review of architectural violations and such business as may come before the commission, in accordance with Ch. 772 of the Acts of 1975, as amended.


I. REVIEW and RATIFICATION OF December 8, 2016 MINUTES

II. DESIGN REVIEW

17.709 FPC Summer Street
Applicant: Deneen Crosby, Crosby Schlessinger Smallridge LLC
Proposed Work: Modify Certificate of Design Approval 16.1418FPC by reconfiguring the bike lanes, street lights and trees.

t7.710 FPC 253 Summer Street
Applicant: Susan Twomey, Bergmeyer Associates, Inc.
Proposed Work: Modify Certificate of Design Approval 16.1560FPC with changes to the lighting, window and door openings within the Harborwalk, installing doors within an existing opening at the Necco Court façade, and installing a kitchen exhaust opening on the alley façade.

17.71I FPC 22 Boston Wharf Road
Applicant: Brent Zeigler, Dyer Brown Architects
Proposed Work: Install a temporary vinyl banner sign on the façade.

17 .712 FPC 30 Melcher Street
Applicant: Matthew Demers, Stack + Co.
Proposed Work: Replace ground floor infill; modify window openings on the side façade and create an accessible entrance; install canopies, lighting, and signage.

17.713 FPC 369 Congress Street
Applicant: Dawa Lama, Fort Point Market
Proposed Work: Ratify the replacement of a banner sign; and install two neon signs in the display window.

III. STAFF UPDATES

PROJECTED ADJOURNMENT: 7:00 PM

FORT POINT CHANNEL LANDMARK DISTRICT COMMISSION
David Berarducci, Susan Goganian, John Karoff; Lynn Smiledge, Michele Yeeles
Altemates: Thomas Rodde, Vacancy
originally posted 1.4.17

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