Partners in Innovation

Green Affordable Housing



 Chris Parr, Denver Housing Authority
 Director of Development

 Septe...
Denver Housing Authority
Founded in 1938
Quasi-Municipal Corporation
3,800 public housing units in 32
properties
Three...
3

Curtis Park Before/After
4



Globeville Townhomes Before/After
Park Avenue Before             5




•   Constructed in 1977
•   199 units on 9.6 acres
•   50 DHA units (Arrowhead)
•   1...
Park Avenue After                                     6



                      • 2002 HOPE VI - $20 M
                  ...
DHA Approach to Mixed-Income Housing Today
Cost Analysis – Sample Project   Source: YRG Sustainability
Energy Modeling   Source: YRG Sustainability
Proposed Building Annual Energy Use




Energy Modeling                        Source: YRG Sustainability
Baseline v. Proposed Case Annual Energy Cost




Energy Modeling                                Source: YRG Sustainability
Annual Energy Costs by End Use
                       $0                    $10,000                     $20,000           ...
Park Avenue Solar Analysis
100 kW System – Goal: Significant Building Electrical Demand Coverage
   Total System Value    ...
Park Avenue LEED ND
Hirschfeld Towers Geothermal
209 Unit High Rise
Geothermal System
   81 Wells                       Hirschfeld Towers
   4...
South Lincoln I (1099 Osage)
 50% reduction in energy
  consumption
 Use of Geothermal and
  Solar
 Energy Star Lightin...
Park Avenue
Conceived                      Result
 De-Concentrate Poverty        De-Concentrate Poverty
 Preserve Affor...
GREEN


SUSTAINABLE
What is Green?




Does Green =     = Cost
What is Sustainable?




Sustainable =       +        +         +            +
                                           ...
Change




         +=+   +   + $
South Lincoln Redevelopment
South Lincoln Public Comment




Source: Mithun/DHA
South Lincoln Public Goals/Vision Breakdown




Source: Mithun/DHA
South Lincoln Health Impact Assessment
Adequate                        Safe and
                                                       Environmental             ...
Adequate                                    Safe and
                                                              Environ...
South Lincoln Healthy Food
 Health Impact Analysis
   Significant Lack of Access to Healthy Food
   No Healthy Market/Farm...
South Lincoln Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
10th & Osage Light
           Rail Station




Environmental Stewardship and Social Cohesion
Food access, sustainable agri...
Health rationale
Documenting existing pedestrian and bike conditions
Integrated Street Design: Pedestrian and Bike Safety
Traffic Calming at Mariposa Street
10th & Osage Light
          Rail Station




Sustainable and Safe Transportation
Safe, quality walking and biking environ...
10th & Osage Light
          Rail Station




Sustainable and Safe Transportation
Affordable and accessible public transpo...
Contact Information

Chris Parr, Denver Housing Authority
303-809-6374
cparr@denverhousing.org
www.denverhousing.org
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Denver 9/28 Chris Parr

  1. 1. Partners in Innovation Green Affordable Housing Chris Parr, Denver Housing Authority Director of Development September 28, 2010
  2. 2. Denver Housing Authority Founded in 1938 Quasi-Municipal Corporation 3,800 public housing units in 32 properties Three HOPE VI projects Quigg Newton Curtis Park Park Avenue All development activity is in-house Administer over 5,000 tenant based vouchers
  3. 3. 3 Curtis Park Before/After
  4. 4. 4 Globeville Townhomes Before/After
  5. 5. Park Avenue Before 5 • Constructed in 1977 • 199 units on 9.6 acres • 50 DHA units (Arrowhead) • 10 Yr old urban grid • Physical isolation • 1980’ drugs and gangs
  6. 6. Park Avenue After 6 • 2002 HOPE VI - $20 M • Total Investment $205.4 M 9:1 ratio private investm’t • Demolish 249 units • 873 mixed income units • 598 rental units; homeownership • 275 Rental Developer Master Developer
  7. 7. DHA Approach to Mixed-Income Housing Today
  8. 8. Cost Analysis – Sample Project Source: YRG Sustainability
  9. 9. Energy Modeling Source: YRG Sustainability
  10. 10. Proposed Building Annual Energy Use Energy Modeling Source: YRG Sustainability
  11. 11. Baseline v. Proposed Case Annual Energy Cost Energy Modeling Source: YRG Sustainability
  12. 12. Annual Energy Costs by End Use $0 $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 Baseline Plug Loads Ext Lighting Envelope Interior Lighting Lighting Water Heating Heating Equipment Heat Pump Supp Cooling HVAC Fans PV Pumps DHA Block 5B Energy Use Summary 1.825 78200 Total Savings % Cost Demand Electricity Annual Strategy Relative to Savings Electricity Use Electricity Electric Reduction Emissions (lbs Emissions Strategy Energy Cost Savings Baseline (LEED) LEED Points (kWh) Savings (kWh) Demand (kW) (kW) CO2) Reduction kBtu/ SF Baseline ASHRAE 90.1-2004 Electric Baseline $70,144 - - - - 901,745 - 187 - 1,645,685 - 39.3 Building envelope strategies: high performance windows, Envelope $60,789 $9,355 $9,355 13.3% 1 796,655 105,090 166 21 1,453,895 11.7% 34.8 roof insulation Lighting efficiency strategies: installed residential lighting, Lighting $57,400 $3,389 $12,744 18.2% 3 745,345 156,400 143 43 1,360,255 17.3% 32.5 common area lighting power reduction Energy Star appliances, efficient elevators, and low-flow Equipment $54,887 $2,513 $15,257 21.8% 4 712,716 189,029 132 55 1,300,707 21.0% 31.1 fixtures HVAC Ground source heat pump HVAC system $34,924 $19,963 $35,220 50.2% 10 495,363 406,382 107 80 904,037 45.1% 21.6 100 kW photovoltaic system PV $26,328 $8,596 $43,816 62.5% 10 373,433 528,312 107 80 681,515 58.6% 16.3 (shown as reducing every end use equally)
  13. 13. Park Avenue Solar Analysis 100 kW System – Goal: Significant Building Electrical Demand Coverage Total System Value $616,000 Solar Rebate ($198,720) Considerations: - Need 12-14,000 sf mounting space Initial Capital Requirement $417,603 - Other Building Systems Federal Investment Tax Credit ($184,800) Final Capital Requirement $232,803 Payback Year 7 Chart: Namaste Solar
  14. 14. Park Avenue LEED ND
  15. 15. Hirschfeld Towers Geothermal 209 Unit High Rise Geothermal System 81 Wells Hirschfeld Towers 450’ Deep Each 5% Premium 12 Year Payback 45% Energy Reduction EPC/CFFP/4% Deal Local Utility Grant/Monitor GEOThermal...Our New Energy
  16. 16. South Lincoln I (1099 Osage)  50% reduction in energy consumption  Use of Geothermal and Solar  Energy Star Lighting Package  Specific Green Communities Credits
  17. 17. Park Avenue Conceived Result  De-Concentrate Poverty  De-Concentrate Poverty  Preserve Affordability and  Preserve Affordability and Introduce Mixed-Income Introduce Mixed-Income  New Housing Stock  New Housing Stock  Revitalize Surrounding  Revitalize Surrounding Neighborhood Neighborhood  Connect Street Grid  Connect Street Grid  Supportive Services  Supportive Services/Jobs  Connect to Multi-Modal Transit Options (decrease VMT) and walkable  Healthy Food Access  Energy Efficient/Decrease Carbon Footprint  Low Impact Infrastructure
  18. 18. GREEN SUSTAINABLE
  19. 19. What is Green? Does Green = = Cost
  20. 20. What is Sustainable? Sustainable = + + + + Green The greatest way to go Green is to be SUSTAINABLE
  21. 21. Change +=+ + + $
  22. 22. South Lincoln Redevelopment
  23. 23. South Lincoln Public Comment Source: Mithun/DHA
  24. 24. South Lincoln Public Goals/Vision Breakdown Source: Mithun/DHA
  25. 25. South Lincoln Health Impact Assessment
  26. 26. Adequate Safe and Environmental Social Public Healthy Sustainable Healthy Development Measurement Tool and Healthy Stewardship Cohesion Infrastructure Economy South Lincoln Redevelopment HDMT Housing Transportation Denver HDMT Elements
  27. 27. Adequate Safe and Environmental Social Public Healthy Sustainable Healthy Development Measurement Tool and Healthy Stewardship Cohesion Infrastructure Economy South Lincoln Redevelopment HDMT Housing Transportation Decrease Assure Decrease Promote socially affordable and Increase high-quality Housing in consumption of private motor high quality employment proportion to energy and cohesive opportunities vehicle trips and child care for all demand with natural miles traveled neighborhoods for local residents resources neighborhoods regards to size, affordability, Restore, Assure Healthy, safe, and tenure preserve Provide affordable Promote accessible and and meaningful jobs and protect and accessible public personal high quality & healthy natural transportation options safety educational increase equality in income habitats facilities Protect and wealth residents from Assure spaces for Promote Create safe, quality Increase involuntary affordable libraries, performing displacement environments for participation arts, theatre for Promote economic and high-quality walking in social personal and development that food access and and biking enhances natural sustainable decision-making educational fulfillment resources and the Decrease agriculture process environment concentrated poverty Assure equitable and Assure affordable and Preserve clean democratic high quality public participation health air Promote throughout the facilities Assure access quality planning financial literacy to healthy, process quality housing Increase park, open Maintain safe Promote mental space and recreation levels of health for all facilities Promote community entrepreneurship and residents noise locally owned businesses Increase accessibility, Promote beauty, safety, and community cleanliness of public and supportive spaces services Assure access to daily goods and service needs, including financial services and healthy foods Promote affordable and high-quality food access and sustainable agriculture Denver HDMT Elements and Objectives
  28. 28. South Lincoln Healthy Food Health Impact Analysis Significant Lack of Access to Healthy Food No Healthy Market/Farmers Market Childhood Obesity Ownership in Neighborhood Third Space
  29. 29. South Lincoln Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  30. 30. 10th & Osage Light Rail Station Environmental Stewardship and Social Cohesion Food access, sustainable agriculture, and social cohesion
  31. 31. Health rationale Documenting existing pedestrian and bike conditions
  32. 32. Integrated Street Design: Pedestrian and Bike Safety Traffic Calming at Mariposa Street
  33. 33. 10th & Osage Light Rail Station Sustainable and Safe Transportation Safe, quality walking and biking environments
  34. 34. 10th & Osage Light Rail Station Sustainable and Safe Transportation Affordable and accessible public transportation options
  35. 35. Contact Information Chris Parr, Denver Housing Authority 303-809-6374 cparr@denverhousing.org www.denverhousing.org

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