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  • 1. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comFUJI YA SITE REDEVELOPMENTJULY 23, 2010 1911 1880’s
  • 2. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District : History: North West : 1930’s Northwestern Consolidated Milling Company and sur- rounding buildings. Top 1920. Bottom 1933. Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 1
  • 3. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District: Recent History : Aerial Photos : 1940’s Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 2
  • 4. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District: Recent History : Aerial Photos : 1980’s Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 3
  • 5. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District: Existing Conditions Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 4
  • 6. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District: Historic Mills District Master PlanMinneapolis Community Development GroupAgency : Urban Design Associates and SRFConsulting Group : September 2001 Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 5
  • 7. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District Study : Power of the Falls: Renewing theVision for St. Anthony Falls Heritage ZoneSt. Anthony Falls Heritage Board : Cincinnatus, Jim Roe,Hoisington Koegler Group : December 19, 2009 Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 6
  • 8. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District: West RiverParkway: Mill Ruins Park :Minneapolis Park &Recreation Board : GreatRiver Road Design Group :March 7, 1990 Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 7
  • 9. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District: One Fourth Avenue Project Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 8
  • 10. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District : Fuji Ya Site Characteristics : Bookend Birds-eye photo of Fuji Ya building View of Guthrie Theater from river. Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 9
  • 11. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District : Fuji Ya Site Characteristics : Existing Condition & Ruins Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 10
  • 12. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District : Fuji Ya Site Characteristics : Gathering, Observing, & View Corridors View Corridors Public Gathering Observation Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 11
  • 13. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District: Fuji Ya Site Characteristics : Vistas5th Ave Portland Ave Park Ave Chicago Ave Portland Ave Park Ave 5th Ave Chicago Ave Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 12
  • 14. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District :Fuji Ya Site Characteristics : Ruins/Public-Private A B C A B C Public Public/Private Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 13
  • 15. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comMill District : Fuji Ya Site Characteristics : Zones Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 14
  • 16. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya Documentation1975 Site Plan + Current Streets West River Parkway S 1st St 5th Ave S River West Crown Roller Mill Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 15
  • 17. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya Documentation1975 Upper Floor Plans 1975 addition 1968 structure 1973 addition Columbia Mill Original structure 1973 insertion 1973 addition 1975 addition Main level Floor Plan Mid and Entry level Floor Plan Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 16
  • 18. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya Documentation1975 Lower Floor Plan Columbia Mill Original structure 1973 addition 1975 addition Lower levels Floor Plan Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 17
  • 19. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya Documentation1975 Sections 1968 1973 insertion Original structure Columbia Mill Original structure 1973 addition Original structure 1975 addition North East Cross Section South West Cross Section Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 18
  • 20. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.com 1968 1973 insertion Original structure South East Elevation North West Elevation Columbia Mill Original structure 1975 addition 1968 1973 insertion Original structure Columbia Mill Original structure 1973 addition 1973 addition Columbia Mill Original structure1975 addition 1975 addition South West Elevation North East Elevation Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 19
  • 21. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya DocumentationPhotographs 1980’s Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 20
  • 22. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya DocumentationPhotographs 1980’s Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 21
  • 23. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya DocumentationJune 2010 site visitMain Dining Room Upper Kitchen Level River side Tatami Rooms Tatami Rooms Mid level Hibachi Grille Lower Sub level Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 22
  • 24. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya DocumentationJune 2010 site visit South Side Elevation and Parkway East Side Elevation and Parkway East Corner of Fuji and Columbia Wall Columbia Wall North Side Elevation and Parking Lot Roof Penetrations Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 23
  • 25. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comOPPORTUNITY: VIEWJune 2010 site visit 3rd Avenue Bridge St. Anthony Falls Pillsbury Mill St. Anthony Falls Laboratory U of M Stone ArchView from Roof of Fuji-Ya Lock and Dam No. 1 Canal Gatehouse Location Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 24
  • 26. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya Documentation1975 Sections - Water penetration at removed rooftop units - Built up roof is in poor condition - Surface rust on all metal decking - Evidence of water damage on and steel beams wood decking - All interior gypboard surfaces are - Exposed timber beams are deter damaged riorated on ends - Entry 1973 Addition is in poor condition due to water penetration at lower roofs 1968 1973 insertion Original structure - Mid level is in most stable condition - Third lowest floor is damaged with severe water penetration - Lowest level is unaccessible due to collapsed wood floor structure Columbia Mill Original structure 1973 addition Original structure 1975 addition North East Cross Section South West Cross Section Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 25
  • 27. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comAppendix : Fuji Ya Documentation1975 Upper Floor Plans 1975 addition 1968 structure 1973 addition Columbia Mill Original structure 1973 addition 1975 addition 1973 insertion Hibachi Grille Tatami Rooms Bar Kitchen Walk in’s Dining Room Kitchen Entry Main level Floor Plan Mid and Entry level Floor Plan - Original 1968 structure is 8” precast plank floor structure, cmu walls - 1973 entry addition is in poor condition. CMU walls and timber and timber frame post and beam construction with wood decking. framed ceiling and wood decking has severe water damage. Wood decking is damaged from water penetration at joint and at - 1973 insertion is in fair condition with metal joists and concrete removed roof top unit locations. decking with original brick arch ceiling from original structure is - 1975 addition extended into Coumbia Mill Foundations. intact. - 1975 addition is poured wall structure, steel joists and concrete topping inserted iinto Original Coumbia mill foundations. Water has entered from open root top penetrations Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 26
  • 28. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comDESCRIPTION OF STRUCTURE: DISCUSSION:The four level building is situated on site that slopes down towards the Mississippi 1. In general, the building is judged to be in a structural condition that wouldRiver. The upper floor is one level above 1st Steet level and the basement is one allow adaptive reuse after incorporating structural repairs and replacelevel below West River Parkway along the river. The first floor walks out to and is ment at some areas.level with West River Parkway. 2. North and south roof outriggers could likely be replaced fairly easily pro vided they are ornamental as they appear. East and west outriggers willThe building is comprised of multiple framing systems. The roof and upper level require further evaluation.are primarily framed with dimension and glu-laminated timber, including the roof 3. The majority of the roof and upper two levels of the building are currentlydeck. Intermediate levels are a combination of historic brick tied arch/steel beam judged to be in a modest/serviceable structural condition. Areas with waconstruction with stone and brick bearing walls, precast concrete plank and steel ter damage will require replacement and other areas require removal ofbeam/column construction, and open-web steel joists, metal deck/concrete top- surface rust and modest repair at select elements.ping with steel beams/columns. A portion of the first floor (lowest supported level) 4. Lower levels will likely require a more significant degree of structural repairis framed with wood which has decayed and partially collapsed. Original founda- and the collapsed area will require complete replacement.tion walls are limestone and more recent foundation walls are concrete. 5. Further areas of concern may become evident after review of the exist ing documents and a more comprehensive evaluation of the structure is performed.OUR FINDINGS ARE AS FOLLOWS: RECOMMENDATIONS:1. Wood outriggers are present at the roof level and have experienced severe deterioration in many cases. Wood outriggers along the north (facing the 1. Open roof and window openings should be covered up/waterproofed river) and south sides may be ornamental rather than structural since bolts as soon as practical to prevent continued water intrusion into the building were observed at two locations where the outriggers deteriorated and are and associated deterioration. no longer in place. Outriggers along the east and west sides may be struc 2. If a more detailed evaluation is desired relative to the building’s present tural since their construction could not be determined from observations. condition and potential for adaptive re-use, we recommend that a com2. The majority of wood framing at the roof and upper level generally appears prehensive study be performed. The structural aspects would likely need to be in serviceable condition with the exception of a roof area of approxi to include some destructive (such as core samples) and non-destructive mately 25 s.f. This area has deteriorated and collapsed due to water intru (such as member section measurements) materials testing. sion, exposing the building to the elements.3. Other areas of water leakage occur at the roof due to removal of roof top units and insufficient/non-existent roofing closure. A few window openings are also partially open to the elements.4. The roof leakage has allowed water to affect portions of all levels of the building.5. Surface rust is evident on the majority of structural elements at all levels.6. More significant rust, including moderate section loss, is evident on much of the steel framing deck, joist, beam, and columns framing at the lower levels.7. Minimal deterioration was evident at the bottom sides of the precast plank, the tied-arch areas, upper level open-web joists/deck, and the interior brick bearing walls. Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 27
  • 29. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comCONDITION OVERVIEW:June 2010 site visit STRUCTURE Sound except minor elements and collapsed base- ment floor. WALLS, ROOF, WINDOWS AND DOORS Requires replacement of components INTERIORS Requires replacement MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING Requires replacement ACCESS 6 potential levels, complicated elevator condition UPPER RIVER SITE Undeveloped and ruin needs repair DOWN RIVER SITE Does not take advantage of site opportunity Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 28
  • 30. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comOPPORTUNITY: VIEWJune 2010 site visit 3rd Avenue Bridge St. Anthony Falls Pillsbury Mill St. Anthony Falls Laboratory U of M Stone ArchView from Roof of Fuji-Ya Lock and Dam No. 1 Canal Gatehouse Location Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 29
  • 31. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comOPPORTUNITY: Carlyle River West Stone Arch Bridge Laborar- Crown Roller Columbia Mill Outline Occidental Mill Mill Place Fuji-Ya River/City Observation Options Connections Bridge Access Gathering River Elevation Diagram Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 30
  • 32. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comOPPORTUNITY: Columbia Mill Outline How High? Observation City Access Public Gathering Ruin River Access River West 1st Street Fuji-Ya Parkway River River Section Diagram Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 31
  • 33. Posted by http://MillCityTimes.comNEXT STEPS:June 2010 site visit • Complete the first iteration: preliminary study (pro bono) o Make any edits or additions o Share report and other committee information with the Park board - o Clarify the role of our committee relative to the Park Board and the Heritage Board o Agree on a process o Outline possible funding sources o Determine format for the next level of study: State of MN Pre Design? Park Board? • The second iteration: a pre design study (paid) How is a consultant engaged? o Determine scope of, and implement a public engagement process, o Determine audience for the study, deliverables o Establish goals, criteria for the redevelopment o Technical and agency review: zoning, parking, HPC, detailed condition report, etc o Develop three alternative use and design concept diagram options: Restore Fuji Ya and balance of site Open space: no building or minimal new building: define the “park” for the whole site Open space plus new building: define the building and the “park” o Develop conceptual construction budgets for each, o Financial: develop possible funding sources, conceptual pro forma, operational costs o Evaluate the alternatives relative to goals, criteria and financials o Recommend an alternative o Develop a schedule o Finalize the document Fuji Ya Site Redevelopment | JULY 23, 2010 32