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  • 1. New Directions in Planning and Community Design Presented by: Ron Krater, Principal Planning & Urban Design JZMK Partners www.jzmkpartners.com May 14, 2009 “ A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” - Confucius Presented to: Orange County Division League of California Cities
  • 2. Opportunity for Change
    • Many liken the efforts to change the development patterns of our built environment as…
    • “ the moonshot of our times”…
    • Paradigm shift
    • or
    • Minor changes to
    • status quo?
  • 3. Where Will the People Go?
    • Broad age demographic:
    • Eisenhowers 17%
    • Boomers 27%
    • Gen X 18%
    • Gen Y 27%
    • Gen Z 10%
    • Lifestage influences choices
    • Minority share to grow to 35%
    Source: Claritas Group Source: Rudlin and Falk,1999
  • 4. Consumer Trends/Desire
    • Community First
    • (Longer term perspective)
    • Sustainable
    • Compact, transit oriented
    • Proximity to services, jobs, education
    • Urban “cool”
    • Global/local responsibility
    • Rise in non-traditional/shrinking households (WINKS)
    • Growth in minority households
    • Generational shifts (BB’s, Gen Y’s)
    • Move down
    • Flexible Homes
  • 5. Years Required for Innovation 3 years 3 – 5 years 5 - 10 years 8 - 12 years 12 - 20 years 20 - 50 years
  • 6. Sustainable Development
    • Integrate the human and natural systems into a truly Sustainable Environment.
    • A Healthy Natural Environment
    • Augment a Strong Local Economy and a
    • Diverse and Dynamic Community
  • 7. Sustainable Development Efficient
    • Conserves
    • Sensitive
    • Regenerates
  • 8. Designing Community
    • Sustainability/LEED
    • Sacred spaces
    • More services closer
    • Mobility/access
    • Socially equitable
    • Close to Jobs
    • Location
    • Complete Communities
    Renewed emphasis on creating community…a longer term view and increased expectations on our built environment.
  • 9. The Neighborhood Unit Neighborhood Unit Updated Urban Neighborhood Unit Source: Clarence Perry, 1929 Source: Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company
  • 10. The Neighborhood Unit Neighborhood Unit – Woodbury Irvine
  • 11. The Neighborhood Unit Neighborhood Unit – Woodbury Irvine
  • 12. Redevelopment / Revitalization
    • URBAN INFILL
    • JOB RICH AREA
    • MIXED-USE CONTEXT
    • RE-USE OF MILITARY SITE (GREYFIELD)
    • YOUNG, URBAN DEMOGRAPHIC
    Three Sixty o , Hawthorne, CA
  • 13. Redevelopment / Revitalization Three Sixty o , Hawthorne, CA
  • 14. Redevelopment / Revitalization Three Sixty o , Hawthorne, CA
  • 15. Redevelopment / Revitalization Three Sixty o , Hawthorne, CA
  • 16. Redevelopment /Re-use Heritage Fields Lifelong Learning District, Irvine
  • 17. Redevelopment /Re-use Heritage Fields Lifelong Learning District, Irvine
  • 18. Redevelopment /Re-use Heritage Fields Lifelong Learning District, Irvine
  • 19. Regulating The Urban Form
  • 20. Regulating The Urban Form
  • 21. Regulating The Urban Forum
    • Conventional Zoning Patterns
    • Separates and singular uses
    • Forces driving/creates congestion
    • Ineffective at regulating form
    • Parking lots dominate frontages
    • Difficult to manage over the long term
    • Inflexible, difficult to retrofit
  • 22. Regulating The Urban Forum
    • Form-based Code Patterns
    • Regulates form
    • Network of streets
    • Pedestrian oriented
    • Mixed-use
    • Flexible, adaptable
    • Diversity of housing types
    • Emphasizes compact development
    • Preserves ag and natural lands
  • 23. Retail Revitalization
    • Conventional Retail Site (Power Center)
    • Single use, Big box retail
    • Expansive, underutilized field of park
    • Lack of “There” There
    • No Residential
    • Auto Dominant
    • Lack of Identity
  • 24. Retail Revitalization
    • Mixed-Use Neighborhood Core
    • Mix of Uses
    • Compact, Pedestrian oriented
    • Fosters strong sense of place
    • Variety of residential types
    • Flexible over time
    • Buildings create space
    • Shared parking
  • 25. Visioning / Public Outreach Collaboration
    • Multi – disciplinary
    • Inclusive
    “ Provides a feasible plan” A Dynamic Planning Process - “ A holistic process based on local values that creates strategies and solutions which supports healthy communities...”
  • 26. Visioning / Public Outreach
    • Public Design Workshops :
    • Reuse/Revitalization Plans
    • Regional Plans
    • Comprehensive Plans
    • General Plan Updates
    • Specific Plans
    • Transportation Planning
    • Development Codes
    • Design Guidelines
    • Base Reuse/redevelopment
    • Affordable Housing
    • New Communities
  • 27. Dynamic Planning Process One Mission Avenue Oceanside, California
  • 28. Dynamic Planning Process One Mission Avenue Oceanside, California
  • 29. Dynamic Planning Process One Mission Avenue Oceanside, California