SSC2011_Rob Brawner PPT

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SSC2011_Rob Brawner PPT

  1. 1. Solutions for Sustainable Communities<br />Long Term Affordability of Location-Efficient Development<br />September 26, 2011<br />
  2. 2. The Atlanta BeltLine<br />Overview<br />Largest Urban Redevelopment Project in the U.S. <br /><ul><li>$2.8 billion over 25 years
  3. 3. 6,500 acre redevelopment area
  4. 4. 8% of City of Atlanta</li></ul>Improves Quality of Life<br /><ul><li>Connects 45 neighborhoods
  5. 5. 22 miles of light rail transit
  6. 6. 33 miles of trails
  7. 7. 1,300 acres of new parks
  8. 8. $240 million of affordable workforce housing</li></ul>Promotes Sustainable Development<br /><ul><li>Complete communities (live, work, play, pray, learn)
  9. 9. Transit oriented
  10. 10. Pedestrian friendly
  11. 11. Reclaims blighted industrial properties
  12. 12. Environmentally sustainable features</li></ul>Generates $20 billion of new private development<br />
  13. 13. The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership<br />Strategic Objectives<br />
  14. 14. The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership<br />Strategic Objectives<br />
  15. 15. Community Land Trusts (CLTs)<br />How They Work<br />Land is owned by the Community Land Trust, which is governed by a non-profit board.<br />A 99-year ground lease between CLT and owner ensures owner-occupancy and responsible use and outlines fees paid to the CLT.<br />Buildings (residential or commercial) are owned by individuals. Because they pay only for the structure, and not the underlying land, purchasing the building is more affordable.<br />A resale formula built in to the ground lease is designed to keep homes affordable for subsequent buyers.<br />
  16. 16. The Atlanta Land Trust Collaborative<br />A National Model<br /><ul><li>Implements a permanently affordable housing solution on the front end of a large-scale urban redevelopment project
  17. 17. Unprecedented collaboration between public, private, non-profit and community partners
  18. 18. Innovative model for CLTs that balances the principle of community empowerment and the need for economies of scale and efficiency.</li></li></ul><li>ABLP, National CLT Network, and Morehouse host CLT training in Atlanta in May<br />ABLP, AHAND and Atlanta Civic Site convene CLT Development Committee<br />CLT Development Committee meets throughout 2009 and develops the framework for creating CLTs in Atlanta<br />Case competition with Emory MBA and Law students produces models for CLTs in Atlanta<br />The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership<br />Process for Building Support for the ALTC<br />Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABLP) begins exploration of CLTs<br />Likelihood of CLT implementation<br />Ongoing work of ALTC, ABLP and partners, including:<br /><ul><li> Advancement of demonstration projects
  19. 19. Development of financial products with banks
  20. 20. Coordination of policies with City agencies
  21. 21. Securing local and national funding</li></ul>ABLP engages leading national expert John Davis of Burlington Associates to assist with CLT development in Atlanta<br />The Atlanta Land Trust Collaborative is incorporated in December 2009, first Board meeting in Jan. 2010,<br />Executive Director hired Oct. 2010<br />Jan. ‘07<br />Sep. ‘07<br />Feb. ‘08<br />May ‘08<br />Sep ‘08<br />Present<br />Dec ‘09<br />
  22. 22. Contact Information<br />Rob Brawner<br />Program Director<br />Atlanta BeltLine Partnership<br />Rob@AtlBeltLinePartnership.org<br />404-446-4405<br />

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