Landmarks Design Review Committee
All exterior changes to a property that is individually landmarked or located in a historic district require review and approval through a Landmark Alteration Certificate (LAC). The Landmarks Design Review Committee (Ldrc) is comprised of two members of the Landmarks Board and one Historic Preservation Planner. See the Design Review page for more information.
Landmarks Board Design Review Committee Agenda
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018
Landmarks Board members: Abby Daniels and Bill Jellick
Historic Preservation staff: James Hewat and Marcy Cameron
Landmark Alteration Certificate:
Address: 1507 Pine St.
Historic District: Temple-Bowron House
Case #: HIS2018-00311
Owner / Applicant: Susan Dawson / Kristin Lewis
Request: Proposed construction of a 7' high privacy at the rear of lot and a 4' high metal fence towards the front of the property.
Address: 844 14th St.
Historic District: University Place, contributing
Case #: HIS2018-00298
Owner / Applicant: John Greer / Jonathan Warner
Request: Proposed window and door replacement and alterations on all elevations. Previously reviewed on 10.10.18.
State Tax Credit:
Address: 1709 Pine St.
Individual Landmark: Whiteley-Hellems House
Case #: HIS2018-00276
Owner / Applicant: Elizabeth Stuber
Request: State Tax Credit, Part 1
Demolition Permit Application:
Address: 2037 Mapleton Ave.
Case #: HIS2018-00
Owner / Applicant: Jason Porps / Ulrike Halpern
Request: Proposed full demolition of a house and detached accessory building, built prior to 1915.
The Landmarks Design Review Committee typically meets every Wednesday morning starting at 8:30 a.m. (except holidays) at the Planning and Development Services Center at 1739 Broadway Street, 3rd floor, Olmsted room, Boulder, Colorado 80302.