* 1. The proposed Peloton has a slightly less than 1:1 ratio of parking stalls to residential units with no assigned spots for tenants. A parking spot will be rolled into the lease for each tenant with an opt-out option for any tenant without a car. Nearby neighbors currently report congested street parking to be an issue for them.   
How do you feel about the following statement:There need to be solutions to prevent spillover parking into surrounding residential streets from the Peloton’s residential tenants and guests.

* 2. If you agree with the above statement, which possible solutions do you support?
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* 3. The Peloton’s parking plan assumes that enough residents will vacate its garage by day to provide sufficient parking for employees and customers of the building's business occupants. There is also limited on-street parking, and Wall has rented a small number of parking spots in a surface lot nearby. The city imposed a “condition on approval" on Wall's development in 2015 to require a conditional use for any high-volume, late-night eating/drinking establishment that might wish to open in the Peloton.  
How do you feel about the following statement: There need to be solutions in place to prevent spillover parking into surrounding residential streets from the Peloton’s commercial tenants. 


* 4. If you agree with this statement, which possible solutions do you support?
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* 5. The Peloton's commercial and residential tenants will cause an increase in vehicular and pedestrian traffic, particularly during the morning and evening rush hours. This includes residents crossing Park Street to gain access to bus stops on South Park and Fish Hatchery and children crossing to walk to Franklin elementary school on West Lakeside.

How do you feel about the following statement: There need to be traffic calming features for bike and pedestrian safety on Park Street and residential streets near the Peloton.

* 6. If you agree with this statement, which possible solutions do you support?
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* 7. The development approved for the Peloton's site in July 2015 was 3, 4, and 5 stories, down from an earlier proposed 6-story version. After Wall downsized his plans in late 2016, neighbors expressed their support for the new 3- and 4-story plan at the January 2017 BCNA meeting (along with their willingness to accept a compromise 5-stories at the point given Planning staff’s push for more height).

How do you feel about the following statement: The density of the Peloton is too great for the site and its surroundings. 

* 8. If you agree with this statement, which possible solutions do you support?
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* 9. 2015 plans for the Peloton included street level planters, pervious pavers, and a green roof. Street-level plantings around the Peloton have been largely eliminated due to the absence of adequate setbacks from the curb to accommodate them. This is due to the city’s demand that the Peloton "slim down" to make room for the future widening of Fish Hatchery and possibly Park. In addition the shade cast by the building across its interior courtyard will make it impossible for plants to thrive there.

How do you feel about the following statement: There should be more green space and elements associated with the Peloton.

* 10. If you agree with the above statement, which possible solutions do you support?
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