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NYCHA Infill Sites Presentation for Roundtable 4-10-13 (Washington Houses) (Chinese)

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Washington Houses has a $52 million unmet need for capital improvements over the next 5 years.

Washington Houses has a $52 million unmet need for capital improvements over the next 5 years.


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  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident EngagementGood evening everyone and thank you for participating in this very important discussion today. This will be just one of many discussions that NYCHA and all of you--  will have in the coming weeks about a proposal to generate funding to Improve and Preserve Public Housing here at Meltzer.  Unlike Chicago, Atlanta, St Louis who demolished their public housing, NYCHA  wants to keep it going for another 79 years.  What we are going to do today is talk about one initiative to help do just that. Many of you may have come to a meeting NYCHA hosted  a few weeks ago.  I also know there has been alot of misinformation or confusion out there about plans for this development and that is why it is so important that you have come here to get information, raise questions, give your opinion and offer ideas.  I speak for everyone at NYCHA when I say we want to and will answers all those questions, hear your comments and welcome all of your suggestions and ideas.   There are more meetings to come so this will not be the only chance to offer your opinion-- this is just the beginning of this multi-year process until 2015 to 2016.
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement My name is Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement for the Department of Community Programs and Development at NYCHA and iI will be your moderator for this group discussion. There are many other NYCHA staff around the room who are here to provide info and I will briefly ask them to introduce themselves. (Development team Fred Harris, Patricia Barrera;  Also Manhattan Property Management Director. Sheila Pinckney) Finally  We also have NYCHA staff here from Property Management who can answer or address any issues you have with your apartment – they are right outside of the this room, and staff who can talk about job training and support  etc.  I ask that if you have a question or issue about a personal matter please raise your hand and we will make sure you speak to the right staff person.
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement Walk through each of the points listed on the slideLet’s go through the ground rules so that we make the best use of everyone’s time. At each table you have a facilitator and note taker whose job it is to keep  your group discussions going and take down everything  so that NYCHA has captured all comments.  Facilitators wave hands and note takers.  I hope you all took a moment to introduce yourselves at your tables.
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement So lets talk about WHY WE ARE ALL HERE TONIGHT.  As you may have heard or read NYCHA has developed a proposal based on discussions and planning over the past two years, much of which involved input and discussions with resident leaders and residents across the city as part of Plan NYCHA. We are going to go through the details of this plan in a moment but basically, This proposal is to lease  land to a developer for construction of a new apartment building here at Campos Plaza. The new apartments would be a mix of market rate and low income, and  The money generated from this lease of NYCHA land will all go to building improvements at Campos Plaza as well as other NYCHA developments.  (let me repeat this again because there has been a lot of confusion.--reinforce the lease and not sell-  and that all money coming in from the leases would go back into Campos for improvements like roof, elevators, heating systems etc.... as well as other public housing developments across the city.   Most importantly this plan will not require any Campos resident to move, pay higher rent or lose their apartment over time.  The primary purpose of this plan is to generate substantial money to help save public housing here at Campos as well as other NYCHA developments and to make sure that public housing is around for the future.
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement This PLAN is ALOT to TAKE in.  There is important information we want to share and importantly we want to hear what you think and answer your questions.  Based on feedback we got from you and other residents when we had our first round of meetings,  we have broken down the discussion today into four parts.   (Go through the Four Topics, letting them know that for each topic NYCHA staff will share information and then we will break into the table groups to review and discuss the information). 
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement So lets get started with an overview of the details of the proposal so that everyone has the same information.  We will provide you with a copy of the complete presentation at the end of the meeting today.  I would like to introduce Fred Harris, Executive Vice President for Real Estate Development 
  • Presenter Fred Harris, EVP for Real Estate Development Reinforce the unmet need due to years of underfunding by the federal government $876 Million in Capital funding and $750 Million in Operating.  NYCHA is not getting enough money to keep the buildings maintained.Hand off to Operations Presenter
  • Presenter – Fred Harris
  • Presenter – Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter Fred Harris, EVP for Real Estate DevelopmentReinforce that revenue that will go back into preserving public housing at Campos and other NYCHA developments across the city.
  • Presenter Fred Harris, EVP for Real Estate DevelopmentFred Harris will then introduce Patricia Barrera, Sr. Portfolio Manager for Real Estate Development
  • Photo caption:Lower East Side Developments (Jacob Riis Houses & Lillian Wald Houses)
  • Presenter Patricia Barrera, Sr. Portfolio Manager for Real Estate DevelopmentExisting Uses That Will Be Displaced By Infill:45 parking spaces (33 NYCHA permit holders)Compactor yard with one bulk container and one pre-crusherBasketball and handball courtsParking Policy:NYCHA continue to provide parking spaces for all current Campos Plaza I and II resident permit holders (a total of 59 spaces)Relocation Options (in blue) and Grounds Improvement :Compactor yard on former handball courtParking lot on north side of East 13th Street expanded to East 14th Street and parking lot on Avenue C reconfigured for any additional spacesCentral Plaza will be redesigned with participation of all Campos Plaza residents (could include new play area, seating area, or a basketball court)
  • Presenter – J. ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ, CITY PLANNER
  • Photo caption:Lower East Side Developments (Jacob Riis Houses & Lillian Wald Houses)
  • Photo caption:Lower East Side Developments (Jacob Riis Houses & Lillian Wald Houses)
  • Presenter – J. ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ, CITY PLANNER (NO RELOCATION)Existing Uses That Will Be Displaced By Infill:45 parking spaces (33 NYCHA permit holders)Compactor yard with one bulk container and one pre-crusherBasketball and handball courtsParking Policy:NYCHA continue to provide parking spaces for all current Campos Plaza I and II resident permit holders (a total of 59 spaces)Relocation Options (in blue) and Grounds Improvement :Compactor yard on former handball courtParking lot on north side of East 13th Street expanded to East 14th Street and parking lot on Avenue C reconfigured for any additional spacesCentral Plaza will be redesigned with participation of all Campos Plaza residents (could include new play area, seating area, or a basketball court)
  • The suggested site for replacement parking (26 spaces) is a grassy area along 3rd Avenue between 101st and 102nd Streets (in front of Building # 8).  Building #8’s address is 210 East 102nd Street.
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement So now we are going to take a break here for 15 minutes to discuss everything we have shared at your tables. Tell us what you think about what we have shared so far, ask your questions and let us know your concerns.  We will then have the facilitators go through the topline comments before we go on.  OK Lets do the read outs
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement Now lets talk about an important next step in this process and that is the Request for Proposal.  Ask Fred Harris to come up
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement For our 3rd breakout discussion we want to get your thoughts and suggestions about what is important to go into this request for proposal to developers.  we need you to think about - Alternate power source, distribution of units, Job opportunities for residents, Preference for Campos residents for the affordable apartments and financial training support for those who are interested in applying.  There may also be other concerns that you want to make sure get addressed in this proposal so please offer them as well. Do brief read outs from Facilitators at each table
  • Presenter – Dr. Melba Butler, Director for Resident Engagement OK now lets talk about next steps because this is not going to happen overnight.  This will take several years.  Fred please come up to discuss the project timeline.
  • Remind residents that we have copies of the presentation on the way out and also please visit the NYCHA website for updates.This is the start of many more conversations.
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    • 1. 保護公共房屋資源圓桌會議華盛頓公房區2013年4月10日
    • 2. 2自我介紹
    • 3. 3• 聆聽各人發言• 不得打斷或干擾他人發言• 尊重別人• 尊重不同意見• 禁止錄影• 各桌的主持人會負責提問和聽取意見• 記錄員則負責筆錄各人的意見和建議﹐但不會記下發言人的姓名會談規則
    • 4. 4提出將公房區空地出租予地產商興建新住宅樓的建議方案所得收入將全數用於資助華盛頓公房和房屋局轄下各個公房區的基建改善工程。紐約市房屋局的土地出租建議案
    • 5. 5• 土地出租建議案概述• 空地選址和規劃方案• 公開招標• 計劃時間表• 發表意見和問答時間議題
    • 6. 6土地出租建議案概述
    • 7. 未來5年間,房屋局轄下樓宇的基建資金短缺高達134億美元華盛頓公房區的基建改善工程需資5220萬美元預算案只撥出289.4萬美元資助未來五年的基建工程7
    • 8. 土地出租建議案概述 房屋局將出租 (而非出售) 轄下8 個公房區內的14 幅土地。 所得收益將全數用於資助轄下公共房屋的基建改善工程。 私營地產發展商將投資,興建并經營新落成的住宅樓。 約有8 成的住宅單位將以市場價格出租, 剩餘2 成則永久租予低收入家庭。8
    • 9. 澄清事實華盛頓公房區的空地發展計劃將 – : 不會因有新住宅落成而導致周邊公房住戶的租金上漲。 不會清拆公共房屋。 不會強行收回公房樓宇 ,迫使住戶遷居。 不會將公共房屋私營化 – NYCHA仍舊是公房居民的房東。 不會出售土地 – NYCHA 仍舊是新建住宅樓的地皮的擁有人。 不會導致裁員或增加NYCHA 職員的工作負擔。9
    • 10. NYCHA 發展計劃的核心原則 沿街新建住宅樓的地理位置將有助帶動社區人流發展和降低建築工程所帶來的影響 原停車場遷拆後,現持有合法停車證的居民將獲配新的停車位 房屋局 (NYCHA) 將與發展商簽訂長達99年的土地租約,但仍然是居民的房東以及新樓地皮的擁有人 10
    • 11. NYCHA 全面受惠 未來99 年間 (即租約期限內) ,新方案每年為房屋局帶來3千萬美元至5千萬美元的收入。 新資金將用於改善轄下公房區的基建設施 (如樓頂、電梯 、 爐鍋 、 供電系統 、 裝修公寓等), 以提高居民生活質素。11
    • 12. 華盛頓公房區居民受惠 如遇斷電故障,為公房大樓的走廊梯間照明、 暖氣熱水, 電梯和保安系統提供後備電力供應系統 為公房居民創造就業機會 – 建築地盤工作或其它固定職業 加強整個公房區的保安系統 原公房區居民將可優先申請入住新建住宅樓的廉租單位 住宅單位的租金將永久保持合理價格水平。12
    • 13. 13華盛頓公房區土地出租計劃
    • 14. 華盛頓公房區的地理位置143,479名居民租用華盛頓公房區住宅
    • 15. 華盛頓公房區的空地發展計劃第三大道和東99街拐角處發展地皮:佔地面積: 57,000平方尺新建築面積 : 約500,000平方尺東99街旁發展地皮:佔地面積: 16,500平方尺新建築面積 : 約350,000平方尺預留兩成出租單位租金定於地區收入中位數 (AMI) 百分之60或以下家庭所能負擔的合理價格水平。15收 入 上 限1 人 $ 36,1202 人 $ 41,2803 人 $ 46,4404 人 $ 51,540
    • 16. 16對於土地發展計劃的意見和顧慮討論話題 #1
    • 17. 17空地選址和規劃方案
    • 18. 空地建築及設施遷移草圖18
    • 19. 南側地皮(將遷移 26 個 停車位 和社區設施)北側地皮華盛頓公房區的擬發展土地
    • 20. 社區中心華盛頓公房區的停車場和社區設施新址
    • 21. 21規劃方案• 遷移社區中心/ 健康診所• 遷移 停車場• 保安系統討論話題 #2
    • 22. 22房屋局訂立具體的工程條件和要求﹐向地產發展商征集符合項目標準的建設方案公開招標
    • 23. 23基本考慮因素• 後備電力供應系統• 住房單位的分配• 就業機會和培訓• 華盛頓公房區居民可優先申請廉租房• 理財輔導現正擬定意見征集書
    • 24. 24公開招標• 後備電力供應系統• 住房單位的分配• 就業機會和培訓• 華盛頓公房區居民可優先申請廉租房• 理財輔導討論話題 #3
    • 25. 25• 四月底推出招標書• 舉辦一系列的居民諮詢會議• 七月至八月期間征集投標書• 舉辦一系列的居民諮詢會議• 2013年秋季公佈得標者• 舉辦一系列的居民﹐職員和得標發展商諮詢會議2013年的跟進事項
    • 26. 26• 環境評估• 遞交第18章公共房屋拆除/轉讓申請書• 聯邦房屋及城市發展部 (HUD) 審批申請書• 申請獲批後﹐簽訂土地租賃契約• 工程籌備及破土動工2014至2016年的要務持續舉辦居民研討會
    • 27. 27問答時間
    • 28. 28土地招租資訊網址http://on.nyc.gov/landlease歡迎民眾上網填寫意見表或將意見書寄至:NYC Housing AuthorityLand Lease CommentsPO Box 3422New York NY 10008