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Team Downtown: Part One
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Team Downtown: Part One

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The first part of Team Downtown's presentation on "How to Keep Downtown Manhattan Safe and Resilient" …

The first part of Team Downtown's presentation on "How to Keep Downtown Manhattan Safe and Resilient"
For a few months before the conference, three American-Dutch Strategy Teams of 6 to 8 experts have collaborated on how to protect three areas of New York and New Jersey from future storms. In this session, an American-Dutch team presents its synthesis, combining the best knowledge, solutions and experience from both sides of the Atlantic, on how to protect South Street Seaport and downtown Manhattan.
For the entire presentation, please go to https://www.dropbox.com/s/07tb36uxcmmsgd7/0930%20SS1%20TDT.pptx

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  • 1. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 1
  • 2. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 2
  • 3. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 3 Lower Manhattan Strategy Session Team Introduction • Laura Tolkoff Regional Plan Association • Bo Juza DHI • Joe Ackroyd and James Colgate NYC Department of Buildings • Hope Cohen Battery Conservancy • Annebeth Loois and Florian Witsenburg Tygron • Ellen Monchen City of Amsterdam • Michael Levine and Diana Switaj Community Board 1 • Egon Bijlsma and Edgar Westerhof ARCADIS
  • 4. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 4 Agenda 1. Edgar Westerhof – Resiliency Strategies ARCADIS 2. James Colgate – Regulatory Context NYC Department of Buildings 3. Hope Cohen – Policy and Process Battery Conservancy 4. Annebeth Loois – Participatory Planning Tygron
  • 5. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 5 Resiliency Strategies – which one to choose…
  • 6. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 6 Resiliency Strategy – Group Focus
  • 7. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 7 A three tier approach: 1. No one gets hurt - Short Term Solutions, 1 to 5 years 2. The show must go on - Mid Term Solutions, 5 to 15 years 3. We keep our feet dry - Long Term Solutions, >15 years
  • 8. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 8 Resiliency Strategy – East River Short Term Solutions, 1 to 5 years  Individual Protection of Buildings
  • 9. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 9 Resiliency Strategy – East River Short Term Solutions, 1 to 5 years  Protective Corridor Road blocks between individual buildings
  • 10. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 10 Resiliency Strategy – East River Mid Term Solutions, 5 to 15 years  Elevated Bike Lane & Ecological Waterfronts
  • 11. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 11 Resiliency Strategy – East River Long Term Solutions, >15 years  Multi-functional Elevated and Enclosed FDR Drive
  • 12. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 12 Resiliency Strategy – Hudson River Short Term Solutions:, 1 to 5 years  Improve Landscaping and Flood Wall Solutions Harrison Street
  • 13. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 13 ARCADIS - FLOW-3D MODEL & GOOGLE EARTH - FLOOD DEPTH SUPERSTORM SANDY 10/29/12, 9:10 PM ET Resiliency Strategy – Hudson River Mid Term Solution, 5 to 15 years  Battery Park City, the local best practice! 1977 Battery Park Underpass
  • 14. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 14 Resiliency Strategy – Hudson River Mid Term Solution, 5 to 15 years  Extend Battery Park City
  • 15. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 15 Resiliency Strategy – Hudson River Mid Term Solution, 5 to 15 years  Land Reclamation with Elevated Landscape
  • 16. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 16 Resiliency Strategy – Hudson River Long Term Solutions, >15 years  Move West Street to Extended Battery Park City Route Peripherique - Paris - Move and bury West Street - Develop landfill - Use ecological potential - compensation
  • 17. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 17 Resiliency Strategy – Manhattan tip Current Situation
  • 18. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 18 Resiliency Strategy – Manhattan tip Short Term Solutions, 1 to 5 years  Smart Landscaping - Local Flood Walls
  • 19. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 19 Short Term Measures Mid Term Measures Long Term Measures
  • 20. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 20 Lower Manhattan Strategy James Colgate – Department of Buildings Regulatory Context Lower Manhattan Strategy Session
  • 21. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 21
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  • 29. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 29
  • 30. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 30 FIRM (1983) Residents 218,000 Jobs 190,000 Buildings 36,000 Floor area (sq. ft.) 374 million •100-year floodplain: •Effective FIRMS (1983)
  • 31. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 31 FIRM (1983) ABFE 2013 Change (%) Residents 218,000 447,000 105% Jobs 190,000 341,000 79% Buildings 36,000 71,000 97% Floor area (sq. ft.) 374 million 589 million 57% •100-year floodplain: •Effective FIRMS (1983) •v. Updated ABFE (2013):
  • 32. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 32
  • 33. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 33
  • 34. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 34 NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS (NYC DOB) LITERATURE
  • 35. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 35
  • 36. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 36 LOCAL REGULATORY CHANGES Immediate: • Emergency ordinances/zoning Ongoing: • Comprehensive zoning changes • Building Resiliency Task Force (BRTF) • Special Initiate for Rebuilding and Resiliency (SIRR)
  • 37. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 37 NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING (NYC DCP) ZONING AMENDMENT
  • 38. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 38 URBAN GREEN COUNCIL(USGBC)
  • 39. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 39
  • 40. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 40 MAYOR’S SPECIAL INITIATIVE FOR REBUILDINGAND RESILIENCY (SIRR)
  • 41. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 41 Page 84 of 445
  • 42. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 42 RETROACTIVE MANDATE • All Buildings in 100 year flood zones • > 300,000 ft² (27.870 m²) & > 6 stories ELEVATE OR PROTECT: • Electric service/distribution • Water pumps (drinking water) • Emergency generators • Heating plant and ventilation equipment • Sprinkler pumps and fire alarms
  • 43. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 43 540,000 ft² 770,000 ft² 2,600,000 ft² 3,800,000 ft² 340,000 ft² 1,300,000 ft² 450,000 ft² 3,500,000 ft²
  • 44. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 44 50.200 m² 71.500 m² 241.500 m² 353.000 m² 31.600 m² 120.800 m² 41.800 m² 325.000 ft²
  • 45. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 45 RETROACTIVE MANDATE • Hospitals and nursing homes in 500 year flood zones ELEVATE OR PROTECT: • Electrical service/distribution • Potable water pumps • Emergency generators
  • 46. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 46 Be it enacted by the Council as follows: §28-315.8 Resiliency. The work specified in this section to enhance building resiliency shall be completed by the dates specified herein. §28-315.8.1. Flood protection of mechanical, electrical, plumbing telecommunication and fire protection systems and equipment. The protection of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, telecommunications and fire protection systems and equipment in accordance with the retroactive requirements of section G311.2 of appendix G of the New York city building code shall be completed by December 31, 2030, and interim and final reports detailing compliance with those requirements shall be filed with the department pursuant to section G311.2.5 (…)
  • 47. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 47
  • 48. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 48 Lower Manhattan Strategy Hope Cohen – Battery Conservancy Policy and Process Lower Manhattan Strategy Session
  • 49. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 49 Buildings are complex enough, but what about…
  • 50. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 50 Everything else? • Buildings not subject to City of New York regulations • Parkland (all jurisdictions) • Water bodies • Infrastructure - City-owned • Water tunnels and mains (NYC Department of Environmental Protection) • Streets and highways (State and City Departments of Transportation) • Ferries and ferry landings (private operators, NYC Department of Transportation, NYC Economic Development Corporation) • Other infrastructure • Metropolitan Transportation Authority and its operating companies • Port Authority of New York & New Jersey • Consolidated Edison • TimeWarner, Verizon, other telecommunications utilities
  • 51. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 51 And everybody else? • Private property owners and managers • New York City agencies – Planning, Long-Term Planning & Sustainability, Emergency Management (OEM), Small Business Services (SBS), Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), Parks & Recreation (DPR), Transportation (NYC DoT), Environmental Protection (DEP) • NYC Economic Development Corporation (EDC) • Community Board 1 (CB1) • Borough President (BP) • City Council • New York State agencies – Transportation (NYS DoT), Environmental Conservation (DEC) • United States agencies – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Park Service (NPS), Army Corps of Engineers, Coast Guard, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) • Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) • Hudson River Park Trust (HRPT) • Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ) • NY/NJ Harbor & Estuary Program • Utilities: Consolidated Edison, TimeWarner, Verizon • Non-profit civic organizations: Alliance for Downtown New York, The Battery Conservancy
  • 52. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 52 • Battery Park City Authority • NYS Department of Transportation • NYC Office of Emergency Management • NYC Department of Transportation • NYC Department of Parks & Recreation • Possibly CB1, BP, City Planning, City Council Short Term – Hudson River
  • 53. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 53 Short Term – The Battery • NYC Department of Parks & Recreation • The Battery Conservancy • Metropolitan Transportation Authority • National Park Service • NYC Department of Transportation • CB1, BP, City Council • Possibly Coast Guard
  • 54. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 54 Short Term – East River • Private property owners and managers • NYC Department of Buildings • NYC Office of Emergency Management • NYC Department of Transportation • Possibly LPC, CB1, BP, City Council
  • 55. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 55
  • 56. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 56 Medium Term – Hudson River • NY/NJ Harbor & Estuary Program • Environmental Protection Agency • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers • Port Authority of New York & New Jersey • NYS Department of Environmental Conservation • NYC Department of Small Business Services • Battery Park City Authority • NYS Department of Transportation • NYC Department of Transportation • NYC Department of Parks & Recreation • NYC Department of Environmental Protection • City Planning, CB1, BP, City Council
  • 57. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 57 Medium Term – East River • NYC Department of Transportation • NYC Department of Parks & Recreation • NYC Department of Environmental Protection • NYS Department of Environmental Conservation • NYC Department of Small Business Services • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers • City Planning, CB1, BP, City Council • Possibly Environmental Protection Agency, LPC
  • 58. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 58 Long Term – Hudson River • NYS Department of Environmental Conservation • Battery Park City Authority • NYS Department of Transportation • Port Authority of New York & New Jersey • City Planning, CB1, BP, City Council • NYC Department of Transportation • NYC Department of Parks & Recreation • NYC Department of Environmental Protection • NYC Department of Buildings • Possibly Environmental Protection Agency
  • 59. Implementation Plan GBL.pptx 59 Long Term – East River • City Planning, CB1, BP, City Council • NYC Department of Transportation • NYS Department of Transportation • NYC Department of Parks & Recreation • NYC Department of Environmental Protection • NYS Department of Environmental Conservation • Possibly Environmental Protection Agency, LPC
  • 60. H209FORUMWATERCHALLENGESFORCOASTALCITIES FROMTHEDUTCHDELTATONEWYORKHARBOR SEPT09-SEPT10 NEWYORK&NEWJERSEY 2013 Henry Hudson Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment 3Di
  • 61. Zack Smith ARCADIS
  • 62. H209FORUMWATERCHALLENGESFORCOASTALCITIES FROMTHEDUTCHDELTATONEWYORKHARBOR SEPT09-SEPT10 NEWYORK&NEWJERSEY 2013 Henry Hudson Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment 3Di

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