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  • After Korea-U.S. FTA ratification, increased benefits to U.S.-based corporations, including increased transparency, greater protection of intellectual property rights, and greater access to international services..."
  • After Korea-U.S. FTA ratification, increased benefits to U.S.-based corporations, including increased transparency, greater protection of intellectual property rights, and greater access to international services..."
  • After Korea-U.S. FTA ratification, increased benefits to U.S.-based corporations, including increased transparency, greater protection of intellectual property rights, and greater access to international services..."
  • After Korea-U.S. FTA ratification, increased benefits to U.S.-based corporations, including increased transparency, greater protection of intellectual property rights, and greater access to international services..."
  • After Korea-U.S. FTA ratification, increased benefits to U.S.-based corporations, including increased transparency, greater protection of intellectual property rights, and greater access to international services..."
  • After Korea-U.S. FTA ratification, increased benefits to U.S.-based corporations, including increased transparency, greater protection of intellectual property rights, and greater access to international services..."
  • Songdo, City of the Future

    1. 1. INCHEON FREE ECONOMIC ZONE Songdo International Business District (IBD) Dr. Soleiman Dias, Ph.D 18 de dezembro de 2013
    2. 2. I. BACKGROUND & HISTORY OF SONGDO IBD II. SONGDO MASTER PLAN III. INFRASTRUCTURE IV. SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES V. CURRENT STATUS
    3. 3. I. BACKGROUND & HISTORY OF SONGDO IBD II. SONGDO MASTER PLAN III. INFRASTRUCTURE IV. SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES V. CURRENT STATUS
    4. 4. MIRACLE ON THE HAN RIVER 1954 – Aftermath of the Korean War 1960’s – Rising from the Ruins 1970~80’s – Economic Revolution 1990~Present – An Economic Powerhouse .....But, Korea found itself with new set of challenges which it would swiftly set about to conquer.
    5. 5. REGIONAL ECONOMIC PRESSURE
    6. 6. YELLOW SEA ECONOMIC BASIN Shenyang Shenyang Benxi Dynamics: Benxi Sinuiju Sinuiju Beijing Beijing Tangshan Tangshan Dalian Tianjin Jinan Dalian Pyeongyang Pyeongyang Tianjin Jibo Jibo Weifang Weifang Jinan Tai’an NORTH KOREA NORTH KOREA (GDP:$40 BIL) (GDP:USD $40 bil) Incheon Incheon Qingdao Tai’an Seoul Seoul SOUTH KOREA (GDP:USD $930 bil) SOUTH KOREA (GDP:$930 BIL) Daegu Daegu Busan Busan The Yellow Sea Sea The Yellow • A new Northeast Asian economic integration corresponding to the EU and North America 1-5 MILLION Nanjing Nanjing CHINA CHINA (GDP: $4.33$4.33 tril) (GDP: USD TRL) Prospects: POPULATIO N Xuzhou Xuzhou Wuxi • A huge market with abundant human and material resources Wuxi Shanghai Shanghai Hangzhou Hangzhou Shaoxing Shaoxing NingboNingbo Wenzhou Wenzhou Fuzhu Fuzhou 5-10 MILLION JAPAN KYUSHU AREA (GDP: $370 BIL) KYUSHU AREA (GDP:USD $370 bil) 5-15 MILLION YELLOW SEA BASIN CHINA NORTH KOREA SOUTH KOREA KYUSHU AREA
    7. 7. LIMITED LAND RESOURCES
    8. 8. Incheon Free Economic Zone Cheongna Yeongjong Songdo IBD Songdo IFEZ Zones Songdo Yeongjong Cheongna Developme nt Period 1994-2020 2002-2020 2003-2010 Area 53.4 km² 138.3 km² 17.8 km² Expected Population 300,000 500,000 90,000 Major Industries International Business Complex Knowledge-based Industry Business, Leisure Complex Yeongjong Sky City Yongyu-Muui Tourist Complex Unbuk Leisure Complex International Finance Sports & Leisur e Complex Incheon Lippo WTC Cheongna Developers NSIC (Songdo IBD) Development Songdo, Yeongjong, and Cheongna are the three districtsConsortium up the that make Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ). Songdo IBD is the central business district of greater Songdo, located in the center of the IFEZ.
    9. 9. SOLUTIONS / FORESIGHT: Incheon International Airport
    10. 10. SOLUTIONS / FORESIGHT: Infrastructure Korea Train Express (19922004) Gaehwa Tunnel (2000) IncheonAirport Train (20012009) Yeongjong Grand Bridge (1995~2000)
    11. 11. SOLUTIONS / FORESIGHT: Land Reclamation A parcel of land that the city of Incheon had been reclaiming from the Yellow Sea since 1992 gains viability as the location for a new hub city. This land, adjacent to the new airport, will become Songdo International Business District
    12. 12. Songdo -2001 Sector 9 Sector 8 Songdo IBD – 5.7 km2 Sector 1 Sector 6 Sector 2 Sector 3 Sector 7 Sector 4 Sector 8 Sector 11 Sector 10
    13. 13. SONGDO IBD LAND - 2003 600 Hectares/ 1,500 Acres In 2003, approx. 2,250 acres was reclaimed in greater Songdo
    14. 14. SONGDO IBD LAND - 2005 Convention Center and First World Under Break Ground
    15. 15. Songdo - 2007 Chadwick International School Harbor View Residential Central Park I & II Residential POSCO E&C H.Q. Central Park NEATT
    16. 16. Songdo - 2008 North Canal Housing & Retail CENTROAD Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea
    17. 17. Songdo - 2009 Incheon Bridge Opens Harbor View II Residential Green Avenue Residential Sheraton Hotel Opens Performing Arts Center Subway Opens (to Incheon& Seoul) 18/18
    18. 18. Songdo - 2010 Chadwick International School Opens POSCO E&C HQ Complete (1,500 employees to Songdo) Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea Opens Incheon University Opens
    19. 19. Songdo - 2011 Green Walk Residential IBS Completed CENTROAD Completed
    20. 20. Songdo IBD in 2012 20,000 residents 25,000 workers $12 billion invested 4 million SM completed or under construction (40% of total GFA) LEED-ND pilot program; LEED certification for individual buildings Open and operating Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement ratified by US Congress and Korean National Government
    21. 21. Songdo - 2012
    22. 22. Songdo IBD - 2013
    23. 23. I. BACKGROUND & HISTORY OF SONGDO IBD II. SONGDO MASTER PLAN III. INFRASTRUCTURE IV. SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES V. CURRENT STATUS
    24. 24. SONGDO IBD MASTER PLAN Estimated Population: 61,500 people/ 22,660 units Estimated Employees : 264,000 people
    25. 25. MASTER PLAN 2001 – 2016 ($35 B, 10 M Sq.M. Development) • Master Plan Office: 4 M Sq. Meters Residential: 3.5M Sq. Meters (22,000 units) Retail: 1 M Sq. Meters Hotel: .5 M Sq. Meters Civic Space: 1 M Sq. Meters • LEED-ND pilot program • U-Life: Ubiquitous technology platform
    26. 26. SONGDO & SONGDO IBD LAND (1,500 acres) Section 9 5.7 ㎢ Section 8 Section 6 Section 1 Section 2 Section Section 3 7 Section 4 Section Section 5 11 Section 10
    27. 27. Songdo International Business District  Songdo IBD started as the Korean government‟s vision for 21st century, Hub of Northeast Asia. Business area of 53.3 km2 (approximately 6.5-times the size of Yeouido) Designation International Business District Land Area (km2) 5.77 Status • NEATT • Central Park •Lotte Mall/E-LAND • POSCO E&C / CISCO • Chadwick •KyoboIBM IDT •Korea Institute of Industrial Technology Knowledge and Information Industrial Complex 2.04 Town Complex 1.29 •Poonglim, I PARK APT Government Offices, Schools, etc. Bio-Complex 1.31 •Celltrion •CJ Integration Lab InternationalCom plex 1.42 •Yonsei University •Global Academy Park High-tech industrial Cluster 14.65 Landmark City 5.83 •Samsung Bio/Dong-A Pharmaceutical •Global Campus •Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Inha University, etc. •Landfill under construction (Second half of 2012) •Not started New Port Logistics Complex 12.54 •Landfill under construction(~2014) A-am Logistics 3.89 •Landfill under construction(~2014) 9 International Passenger Terminal Landfill Zones 8 1 6 A-am Logistics 3 2 4 5 10 Landmark City International Business District (Sondo IBD) Town Complex International Knowledge and complex information Industrial Complex Bio Complex New Port Logistics Complex High-tech industrial Cluster 7 11
    28. 28. Songdo’s Educational Facilities & Network Public schools (12) Elementary Schools (6) • Shinjung • Haesong • Myungsun • Shinsong • Meonwoogeum Middle Schools (3) • Shingjung • Haesong • Shinsong High Schools (3) • Haesong Songdo Global Campus • State Univ. of New York ('12) • George Mason Univ. ('13) • Kent University ('13) • MOUs ('14 ~ '15) Univ. of Utah Univ. of Illinois St Petersburg Univ. Moscow State Univ. Univ. of Missouri • Shinsong *Total of 43 elementary, middle, and high schools planned Domestic Universities • Yonsei University ('11) • Univof Incheon ('09) International / private / special purpose schools • Chadwick International School • POSCO Science High School • Arts and Sciences Academy • Catholic Univ. ('09) • InhaUniv. („14) • Korea Univ. of Foreign Studies ('16) • Jaeneung Univ. ('14)
    29. 29. Quality of Life Facilities – Parks / Culture / Sporting Venues International Hospital Central Park Sheraton (319) Park(300) Bridge (214) E4 (planned) Arts Center Water Front Tribowl NEATT(construction) Moon Light Park Morning Park Sunrise Park Meechuhol Park  Green space in Songdo:32% of total area • Higher percentage than other new cities  A total of 830 hotel rooms operating, including Sheraton, Best Western hotels • NEATT, E4 Hotel development in progress  More leisure amenities to be provided by Incheon’s Waterfront Development Plan • Provide high Quality of Life with waterfront parks, yachts and boats operation, Incheon Art Center JNGCK
    30. 30. I. BACKGROUND & HISTORY OF SONGDO IBD II. SONGDO MASTER PLAN III. INFRASTRUCTURE IV. SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES V. CURRENT STATUS
    31. 31. Incheon Grand Bridge (21km Songdo IBD to ICN)
    32. 32. GREATER SONGDO INFRASTRUCTURE  Songdo IBD is surrounded by well-developed efficient transportation systems and infrastructure. Central and Incheon governments have spent over US$10 Billion to date for the Greater Songdo area infrastructure including the airport, bridge, reclamation works, subways, roads, and utilities  Significant infrastructure investments include a 7.6 mile (US$1.4 Billion) Incheon Bridge, completed in 2009, connecting Songdo IBD to Incheon International Airport  Incheon Subway Line 1 will link major business and residential areas of the Seoul Metropolitan areas such as Yeouido, Jongro, and Gangnam  Major highways including Young-dong Expressway and 3rd Kyungin Expressway will also provide convenient access to Songdo IBD and other major highways  Construction of 163.7mile 2nd Outer Beltway is expected to complete in 2020, connecting Songdo IBD with the Greater Seoul Area, which includes Paju, Yangpyeong, and Dongtan  Construction of Great Train Express (GTX) is expected to commence in 2013, with target completion year in 2016 – upon completion, GTX will provide direct connectivity (25 minutes) from Seoul Cheongryang-ri to Songdo
    33. 33. SongdoIBD: International and Domestic Hub GTX (Great Train Express) Est. Completion 2018~2020 Songdo to Seoul: 25 Minutes by express train  Within 3.5 hours flight reach 1/3 of world’s population  Within 2 hours flight reach most major cities in the heart of Northeast Asia     20 minutes by car to Incheon Airport 60 minutes by car to Seoul 45 minutes by bus & car to Gangnam By 2018 ~ 2020, 25 minutes by GTX express train to Seoul
    34. 34. Songdo IBD’s Access to Greater Road Network Bupyeong
    35. 35. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION .. . . . BUS STOP SUBWAY STOP BIKE PATH CANAL STOP STREETSCAPE
    36. 36. CONVESIA CONVENTION CENTER
    37. 37. I. BACKGROUND & HISTORY OF SONGDO IBD II. SONGDO MASTER PLAN III. INFRASTRUCTURE IV. SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES V. CURRENT STATUS
    38. 38. CITY OF SYNERGY • Location, Location, Location” – we are creating the location • Government develops the infrastructure • Developer creates quality of life • Proper location and design create real value • Sustainable design becomes the tipping point Residential Culture Commerce Entertainment Quality of Life Education Retail
    39. 39. PUBLIC – PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PLAYERS Korean Central Government Local Government Developer Incheon City/IFEZA NSIC - Gale Intl. and Posco E&C Consultants Financial Investors A/E & Other Service Providers Debt & Equity Users & Occupiers Commercial & Residential
    40. 40. SONGDO IBD: A better quality of life Master Planned Community “City of Synergy” Songdo v. other Asian cities Multimodal Transportation “10 minute walk to work” Environmental Conditions “Living Clean and Green”
    41. 41. SONGDO IBD: A better cost of living Residential Units Higher quality at significantly lower costs Commercial Office Space Higher quality, lower cost, better access to open space Access to Open Space 40% of Songdo IBD dedicated to gree n open space
    42. 42. SONGDO IBD: A Better Lifestyle EDUCATION  Chadwick International School (K-12)  6 Public Schools opened  Domestic and Foreign Universities Yonsei University SUNY Stonybrook (2012) George Mason University Incheon University QUALITY OF LIFE  International Hospital (Daiwa/Samsung)  Incheon Arts Center (2014)  ConvensiA Convention Center  Tri-Bowl Exhibition Hall  Compact City Facilities ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE  5-star Sheraton Hotel: opened in 2009  Lotte Shopping Town (2015)  E-Land Shopping Complex (2014)  Canal Walk Shops: opened in 2009  Jack Nicklaus Golf Club: opened in 2010
    43. 43. Water Consumption & Re-use • Central park canal uses seawater instead of fresh water, saving thousands of liters of potable water per day • Potable water use will target a 90% reduction versus international baseline (reuse of treated greywater from a city-wide central system). • Potable water consumption in plumbing fixtures will target a 20-40% reduction based on the use type of the project. • Storm water runoff will be reused • Vegetated green roofs will reduce storm water runoff, and mitigate the urban heat island effect
    44. 44. BLACKWATER COLLECTION NETWORK COLLECTOR WATER TREATMENT PLANT COLLECTING WASTE CLEAN EFFLUENT FORIRRIGATION SANITARY WASTE
    45. 45. GREY WATER SOURCES FLUSHING FILTERS CHEMICAL TREATMENT UV STERILIZER NON-PORTABLE USERS IRRIGATION
    46. 46. DISTRICT HOT WATER DISTRIBUTION POWER PLANT DISTRICT HOT WATER— HOT WATER USED IN BUILDINGS FOR SPACE HEATING, COOLING (ABSORPTION CHILLERS) & DOMESTIC HW HEATING BUILDINGS ELECTRICITY
    47. 47. AUTOMATED WASTE MANAGEMENT CENTRAL COLLECTION STATION
    48. 48. Open & Green Space (40%)
    49. 49. Sustainable City Operations • Integration of Cisco‟s intelligent IP-based network platform to address energy, water and gas management • Cisco technologies will help to increase energy efficiency throughout the city by 30% • Sustainable procurement goals and recycling guidelines will be integrated into the operation structure of the city through the facilities management digital interface • Facilities management and maintenance contracts will mandate environmentally friendly products
    50. 50. Today the vision is being realized….
    51. 51. Songdo – City of International Organizations Central Government announced Songdo as a destination for “Int’l Organizations” ▶ I-Tower International Organization relocatingto Songdo(12) Foundationdate UN APCICT (UN Asian Pacific TrainingCentrefor Informationand CommunicationTechnologyfor Development) June,2006 UN ESCAP (UNEconomic & Social Commission for Asia and Pacific) May,2010 NEASPEC(North-EastAsian SubregionalProgrammefor Environmental Cooperation) May,2010 UNISDR(UN Officefor Disaster Risk Reduction) Aug, 2009 UN DepositaryLibrary June,2009 EAAFP (East Asian -AustralasianFlyways Partnership) July,2009 AFOB (AirForce OperationBase) April,2010 UN OSD (UN Officefor SustainableDevelopment) Oct,2011 UN CITRAL (UNCommission on InternationalTrade Law) Dec, 2011 Recent Status of International Organization GCF (GreenClimate Fund) -relocation decided • $100 billion/yearfund(from 2020) • Large scale fundsimilar to IMF • RelocationscheduledOctober, 2013 GGGI (GlobalGreen Growth Institute) -relocate expected • Developmentfundfor Green Growthand climate change • Relocationto Songdo(expected) A-WEB (Associationof World Election Bodies) -relocationdecided • InternationalElection Organizationof 150 countries. • A-WEB relocationto Songdoconfirmed • I-Tower move-in scheduled World Bank -relocationexpected • WorldBank Korea • Operate the international organizationand GCF fund • Expectingrelocationto Songdo
    52. 52. 2018-2020 •GTX Opened 2014~15 2012 2009 2005 Groundbreaking • Samsung Bio operational • Songdo Global Campus Opened (SUNY) • IBD Infrastructure completed • GCF Secretariat Selects (09) Songdo for Headquarters • Incheon Subway opened (08) • 3rdGyeongin Expressway opened (UN’s Convention on Climate Change) (10) • JNGCK Opened (10) Songdo: Rising Momentum in 2014~’15 • Incheon Host Asian Games • LOTTE MALL 1st Phase completed • E LAND MXD in construction • Hyundai Dept. Store in construction • NEATT Completed • 2nd Seoul Beltway Opened
    53. 53. LEED™ Certified Projects: Sheraton Incheon Hotel NEATT* ConvensiA Convention Center *NEATT targeting LEED Silver certification LEED™ Certified Expected in 2012: Chadwick Int‟l School CHADWICK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL The # Central Park I JNGCK Clubhouse Xi Harborview The# Harborview
    54. 54. I. BACKGROUND & HISTORY OF SONGDO IBD II. SONGDO MASTER PLAN III. INFRASTRUCTURE IV. SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES V. CURRENT STATUS
    55. 55. ConvensiA Convention Center
    56. 56. First World Residential
    57. 57. CENTRAL PARK II AND FIRST WORLD RESIDENTIAL
    58. 58. CENTRAL PARK & CANAL
    59. 59. Active Lifestyle Central Park Water Taxi Over 25 kilometers of bike paths Car Free Community Clean Air
    60. 60. Canal Walk – Retail Shopping
    61. 61. Canal Walk – Retail Shopping
    62. 62. CANAL WALK FLEE MARKET
    63. 63. CANAL WALK FLEE MARKET
    64. 64. Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea (16th Hole) 72
    65. 65. Education: Songdo Global Campus  March 2012: State University of New York (SUNY) launches graduate program  2013 (planned): SUNY undergraduate programs, Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), George Mason University / Ghent Univ. (Belgium)  MOUs signed with Univ. of Utah, the University of Illinois, University of Missouri, St Petersburg, Moscow State University,
    66. 66. CHADWICK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
    67. 67. CHADWICK INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
    68. 68. POSCO E&C HEAQUARTERS
    69. 69. City-Scale Development Global Partners Master Planning Design Engineering Technology Sustainability Construction Brokerage / Research
    70. 70. City Building Steps/Process •Resource Discovery •Outcome Prioritization Visioning Evaluation •Needs assessment •Market analysis •Financial viability analysis •Infrastructure analysis •ICT network analysis • Master Plan Creation • Initial Phasing Plan Planning Design • Create Control Plan • Create Detailed Cityscape Plan • Create Design & Sustainability Guidelines Development Operations • Development Management • Marketing & Public Relations • Permitting & Approvals • Investment Advisory/Capital Attraction • Oversight Maintenance of Development Plan • Investment Management • Sales and Leasing Management • Marketing and Public Relations
    71. 71. OBRIGADO 감사합니다

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