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NYCHA Infill Sites Presentation for Roundtable Meeting 4-8-13 (Meltzer Tower)
 

NYCHA Infill Sites Presentation for Roundtable Meeting 4-8-13 (Meltzer Tower)

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Max Meltzer Tower on Manhattan's Lower East Side is a 20-story building exclusively for seniors with 230 apartments housing an estimated 246 residents.

Max Meltzer Tower on Manhattan's Lower East Side is a 20-story building exclusively for seniors with 230 apartments housing an estimated 246 residents.

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  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López will present this slide and then turn over presentation to EVP Fred Harris$6 Billion is the current unmet capital need$7.4 is the unmet capital need for the next 5 years for a total amount of $13.4 Billion
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris who will then turn it over to Commissioner López.Commissioner López will then introduce Patricia Barrera, Sr. Deputy Director for Development
  • Presenter –Executive Vice President for Development, Fred Harris who will then turn it over to Commissioner López.Commissioner López will then introduce Patricia Barrera, Sr. Deputy Director for Development
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter - Patricia Barrera, Sr. Deputy Director for Development who will ask that her team introduce themselves.
  • Presenter - Patricia Barrera, Sr. Deputy Director for Development
  • Presenter – J. ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ, CITY PLANNER
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Commissioner López
  • Presenter – Deidra Gilliard, VP for Community Operations 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.
  • Commissioner Lopez and team will field questions from the audience

NYCHA Infill Sites Presentation for Roundtable Meeting 4-8-13 (Meltzer Tower) NYCHA Infill Sites Presentation for Roundtable Meeting 4-8-13 (Meltzer Tower) Presentation Transcript

  • Preserving Public Housing Roundtable Discussion Meltzer Tower April 8, 2013
  • Introductions 2
  • Conversation Guidelines Let’s hear from everyone No interruptions Treat everyone with respect Respect different opinions Facilitators will take comments and questions at tables Note-takers are capturing ideas and opinions. No names will be used. 3
  • NYCHA’s Land Lease Proposal Proposal to lease land to a developer for construction of a new apartment building.All revenue will go to building improvements at Meltzer Tower and other NYCHA developments. 4
  • Discussion Topics Overview of Land Lease Proposal Building Site and Design Options Request for Proposal Comments and Q & A 5
  • Overview of Land Lease Proposal 6
  • $13.4 Billion Unmet Capital NeedNYCHA Wide for the Next 5 Years Meltzer Tower has a $10.5 Million need for capital improvements Meltzer Tower is budgeted to receive $167,000 for the next 5 years 7
  • Overview: Land Lease Proposed Plan NYCHA would lease (not sell) 14 parcels of land located within 8 developments Income generated will be dedicated to building improvements for public housing The developers will finance, construct, and operate new residential buildings. 8
  • Overview: Land Lease Proposed Plan Private developers will pay NYCHA for the right to build on leased land that NYCHA owns (and will continue to own) Approximately 80% of the apartments will be market rate and 20% will be permanently low income 9
  • Setting the Record Straight: At Meltzer the Development Plan Will:  Not increase rent for NYCHA residents due to the new developments.  Not demolish public housing apartments  Not move NYCHA families  Not privatize – NYCHA will still be the landlord  Not sell the land; NYCHA will own the land under the new buildings.  Not result in job losses or increased work requirements for NYCHA personnel. 10
  • NYCHA’s Core Principles for Development  All new buildings located along street fronts to encourage pedestrian traffic and campus integration with the neighborhood and reduce construction impact  Replacement of all parking spaces for all current resident legal permit holders  NYCHA will remain your landlord and retain ownership of the land under the new buildings via 99-year ground leases 11
  • Benefits NYCHA Wide This initiative will generate between $30 Million and $50 Million of funding on a yearly basis for 99 years (term of ground lease) All revenue will be used to improve the quality of life of NYCHA residents by funding a portion of critical capital improvements – example: roofs, elevators, boilers, electrical system, apartment upgrades 12
  • Benefits for Meltzer Tower Residents Alternative power for systems during blackouts such as hallway and stair lighting, heat and hot water, elevators and security Construction and permanent jobs opportunities for NYCHA residents Enhanced security features for the entire development Preference for low income apartments in the new buildings Affordability restrictions are permanent 13
  • Land Lease Plan Meltzer Tower 14
  • Meltzer Tower: Where We Are250 residents live at Meltzer Tower 15
  • Meltzer Tower: Development Site 16
  • Development Opportunity at Meltzer Tower Development Site:  Site Area: 18,750 SF (approx.)  New Construction: 121,500 SF (approx.)  Rent and utilities will NOT exceed 30% of your income  Affordable units will be available to households with incomes at or BELOW 60% of Area Median Income (AMI) Maximum Allowable Income 1 person $ 36,120 2 persons $ 41,280 3 persons $ 46,440 4 persons $ 51,540 17
  • Group Discussion #1Comments and Concerns about Land Lease Proposal 18
  • Building Site and Design Options 19
  • Possible Relocation of Site Uses 20
  • Meltzer Tower: Building Lobby 21
  • Meltzer Tower: Seating Area 22
  • Meltzer Tower: Open Space 23
  • Group Discussion #2 Design Options  Seating Area  Lobby  Open Space  Retail (in base of new building)  Security 24
  • Request for Proposal Process to ask developers for their ideas based on specificguidelines that NYCHA provides 25
  • RFP is currently in development Guidelines Under Consideration  Alternate power source  Distribution of apartment units  Employment opportunities & training  Preference for Meltzer residents for affordable units  Financial literacy training 26
  • Group Discussion #3 Request for Proposal  Alternate power source  Distribution of apartment units  Employment opportunities & training  Preference for Meltzer residents for affordable units  Financial literacy training 27
  • Next Steps in 2013 RFP out end of April Round of resident discussions Proposals submitted July/August Round of resident discussions Designation of developer Fall 2013 Round of discussions with residents, NYCHA Staff and designated developer 28
  • Key Milestones 2014-2016 Ongoing resident discussions Environmental review Submission of Section 18 application HUD Review of Section 18 application Upon approval, enter lease agreement Construction preparation & groundbreaking 29
  • Land Lease Website http://on.nyc.gov/landleasePublic Comments can be submitted online and in writing to: NYC Housing Authority Land Lease Comments PO Box 3422 New York NY 10008 30
  • Q&A 31