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Madison Park and Tropical Foods plan for Dudley Square commercial development: Parcels 9 and 10.

Madison Park and Tropical Foods plan for Dudley Square commercial development: Parcels 9 and 10.

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  • 1. Madison Park Development Corporation and Tropical Foods International present…
  • 2. Madison Tropical parcel 10 proposal
  • 3. INTRODUCTION AND KEY TEAM MEMBERSFirm Role / ResponsibilityMadison Park Development Corporation (MBE) Master DeveloperTropical Foods International (Roxbury-Based) Development Partner / Business OwnerDHK Architects (MBE) Master Planner and Architect, Bldgs B & CHoward/ Stein-Hudson Associates (Boston-Based) Traffic EngineerNext Street Financial (Roxbury-based) Business Strategy ConsultantsCWC Builders Cost EstimatingKlein Hornig (Boston-Based) Legal Services to MPDC and Partnership
  • 4. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT The first 10 years… Madison Park III Haynes House Smith House Madison Park IV Beryl Gardens
  • 5. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT The next 30 years… Interfaith School House Orchard Gardens School House Ruggles Shawmut
  • 6. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENTCommunity Action, Arts and Culture Arts and Culture Community Action
  • 7. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT Commercial Properties 184 Dudley Street 2451 Washington StreetHibernian Hall
  • 8. PROJECT GOALS Generate local jobs & wealth creation opportunities for Roxbury residents Provide access to new products, services and affordable, healthy food Retain & enhance a neighborhood icon: Tropical Foods Supermarket Create a vibrant and contextual multi-use development Establish a pedestrian friendly environment
  • 9. Tropical foods Supermarket
  • 10. Who……a 40 year old, Roxbury-based, family-owned supermarket. 2010 Sales Stats - Over $14 million in sales - 650,000 customers - Majority of customers from Roxbury and Dorchester areas of Boston
  • 11. Employment stats Roxbury Dorchester Jamaica Plain
  • 12. Procurement stats Tropical Foods 2009 & 2010 Local Purchasing: $5,222,317 Metro Boston (13.45%) Boston Roxbury Roxbury Chelsea (35.83%) Boston Roxbury (13.25%) Chelsea Everett Chelsea Everett (18.73%) Boston Rest of Metro Boston Everett (18.74%)
  • 13. What……a new and improved grocery store. Current Store Proposed Store Size 8,500sf 18,000sf Registers 9 14 Parking 80 112 Frozen Food Coolers 20 60 Deli no yes Fresh Fish no yes Bakery no yesExpanded sections include:• Produce• Meat• Dairy• Healthy foods• 30-40 new jobs created
  • 14. When… …Now.
  • 15. PLANNING AND DESIGN
  • 16. PROJECT CHARACTERISTICS• Urban Redevelopment• Mixed Use• Retail - 42,000 SF• Office & Warehouse - 30,000 SF• Residential - 75,000 SF (66 Units)• Midrise - 5 stories
  • 17. SITE CHARACTERISTICSExisting buildings & site
  • 18. DESIGN APPROACH- Anchor corners of site with buildings- Create access points between buildings- Organize site interior around a main pedestrian spine
  • 19. Rebuild the urban streets • Maintain scale & character of urban context • Active street level uses • Create a rich aesthetic with a variety of colors, textures, and building facades • Re-establish street wall
  • 20. GATEWAY TO DUDLEY SQUARE- Emphasize massing at corner of Washington & Melnea Cass- Five stories- Architectural treatment of the corner
  • 21. New MIXED-USE BUILDING
  • 22. ENHANCE PRESENCE OF TROPICAL FOODS - New, enlarged building - Dramatic new image - Much improved functionality - Much improved access
  • 23. ENHANCE PRESENCE OF TROPICAL FOODS
  • 24. ENHANCE PRESENCE OF TROPICAL FOODS
  • 25. HISTORIC RENOVATION OF 2101 WASHINGTON STREET- Adaptive reuse- Revitalized image- Restoration and renovation of facades
  • 26. HISTORIC RENOVATION OF2101 WASHINGTON STREET
  • 27. Williams Street perspective
  • 28. PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT- Integrated with the neighborhood- Sidewalk continuity- Connected to public transportation- Designed to accommodate bicycles
  • 29. Pedestrian environment
  • 30. Pedestrian environment
  • 31. Pedestrian environment
  • 32. Pedestrian circulation
  • 33. Access to public transportation
  • 34. Connected to bike paths
  • 35. Vehicular CIRCULATION AND PARKING - Convenient vehicular access - Adequate parking for all users - Service access
  • 36. Neighborhood traffic patterns
  • 37. Next Street FinancialMission Statement - Provide strategic advice and access to capital to small businesses in urban markets - Headquartered in Dudley Square, RoxburyProposed involvement in Parcel 10 - Business recruitment, marketing and outreach - Capacity building program - Identification and packaging of financial solutionsTrack-record working with Roxbury-based businesses - Roxbury Technology Corporation - Davis Funeral Home - Brothers Supermarket - United Housing Management - Be Our Guest Party Rentals - Boston Neighborhood Network - Crispus Attucks Children’s Center - Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center - Thomas Construction - City Fresh Foods - A Nubian Notion, Inc. - Madison Park Development Corporation
  • 38. Economic development & wealth creation Total Development Cost is $44 million Local Job Creation • Projected Construction jobs – 443 • Projected Permanent jobs – 145 FTE • Training/career development opportunities Small Business Development • Expanding local businesses • Providing financing and technical assistance
  • 39. Commercial componentCommercial Program Summary Projected #Building Use Size of businessesBuilding A Supermarket 40,000 GSF 1Bldg B/C Retail Space 26,000 GSF 4-8Bldg B Office Space 11,000 GSF 1-3Outdoor Plaza Area Cart Vendors NA 2-5Total 77,000 GSF 10-24
  • 40. Housing componentParcel 10 - Proposed Residential Rent Rates Gross Rent Rate Affordability LevelBuilding # of units % of total 1 BR 2 BR by incomeBldg B/C 7 11% 30% of income* 30% of income* Formerly homelessBldg C 27 41% $1,085 $1,300 $40,000-$52,000Bldg B 14 21% $1,162 $1,327 $47,000-$61,000Bldg B 18 27% $1,450 $1,900 Market RateTotal 66 100%* Section 8 units
  • 41. Financial PARTNERSProposed project financing includes debt, equity and subsidy funding provided by: – Madison Tropical development team – Eastern Bank, Bank of America, Boston Capital – Mass Housing Investment Corp., MassDevelopment – Neighborworks Capital – City of Boston DND, Commonwealth of Mass DHCD
  • 42. COMMUNITY PROCESSOutreach to key stake-holders:• Local residents• Local businesses• Community organizations• Commercial district customers
  • 43. Why madison tropical? Development team experience and track-record in Roxbury Confirmed partnership agreement between Madison and Tropical Local job & wealth creation opportunities Access to new products, services and affordable, healthy food Realistic and financially feasible development plan Construction start date one year from designation