SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES

Type of Project Design Review Fees Supervisory Fees[1]
Minor Projects $0 $0
Major Landscape Project[2] $750 $250
Major Home Renovation – Under 300 Square Feet[3] $1,500 $250
Major Home Renovation – Over 300 Square Feet[4] $2,000 $500
New Construction $2,500 $1,000

 

MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTIES

(COA, HOA, POA & Master Associations)*

Type of Project Design Review Fees Supervisory Fees[5]
Individual Owner Minor Project $0 $0
Association/Multi-Family Minor Project[6] $0 $0
Association/Multi-Family Landscape Project $1,500-$2,500[7] $500-$750
Association/Multi-Family Major Project[8] $2,500-$10,000 $500-$2,500

 

*ALL ASSOCIATION/MULTI-FAMILY MAJOR PROJECTS ARE SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR AND/OR SUPERVISORY FEES BASED ON THE SCOPE AND COMPLEXITY OF THE PROJECT AS DETERMINED BY DIRECTOR OF COVENANTS

 

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES*

Type of Project Design Review Fees Supervisory Fees[9]
Minor Commercial Project[10] $0-$2,500 $0-$750
Commercial Landscape Project $1,500-$2,500[11] $500-$750
Major Commercial Project $5,000-$10,000 $1,000-$2,500

 

*ALL COMMERCIAL PROJECTS ARE SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR AND SUPERVISORY FEES BASED ON THE SCOPE & COMPLEXITY OF THE PROJECT AS DETERMINED BY THE DIRECTOR OF COVENANTS



[1] To be paid after completion of review and authorization from the Foundation to proceed with the project

[2] A major landscape project is defined as one that involves significant grading, irrigation, lighting, and/or tree removal and requires professional advisor review by the Director of Covenants.

[3] This refers to the addition of any square footage to the under air or impermeable square footage

[4] This refers to the addition of any square footage to the under air or impermeable square footage

[5] To be paid after completion of review and authorization from the Foundation to proceed with the project

[6] Association/Multi-Family Minor project includes adding a flagpole, benches, or signage and does not require professional advisor review by the Director of Convents.  If a minor project requires a professional advisor review by the Director of Covenants, it will be designated as a Major Project.

[7] Based on the number of professional advisors required to review and scope of the landscape project as determined by the Director of Covenants.  The Director of Covenants may designate an Association/Multifamily landscape project as a Major Project based on the scale and complexity of the project.

[8] This includes but is not limited to roof., painting, or window replacement for entire associations.

[9] To be paid after completion of review and authorization from the Foundation to proceed with the project

[10] Minor commercial projects include minor modifications to existing buildings, landscaping, and painting and will be determined in the sole discretion of the Director of Covenants.

[11] Based on the number of professional advisors required to review and scope of the landscape project as determined by the Director of Covenants.  The Director of Covenants may designate a commercial landscape project as a Major Project based on the scale and complexity of the project.