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    • Ecocity World Summit April 25, 2008 Density & Equity Jack Sylvan Director, Joint Development San Francisco Mayor’s Office
    • Equitable Density? Tenement Buildings, New York City, Late 1800s
    • Equitable Density? Demolition of Pruitt-Igoe Public Housing Projects, Saint Louis, MO 1972
    • Equitable Density? Dharavi, Mumbai, India Asia’s Largest Slum
    • Equitable Density? Tokyo, Japan
    • Equitable Density? Future Treasure Island, San Francisco
    • Equitable Density? Vision for Ecotopian Community, Paolo Soleri
    • Density & Equity: A San Francisco Strategy for Major Urban Development Projects 1. Density Creates Land Value
    • Density & Equity: A San Francisco Strategy for Major Urban Development Projects 1. Density Creates Land Value 2. Land Value Supports Public Benefits
    • Density & Equity: A San Francisco Strategy for Major Urban Development Projects 1. Density Creates Land Value 2. Land Value Supports Public Benefits 3. Use Regulatory Powers to Maximize Equitable Benefits – Affordable Housing – Access to Parks & Open Space – Creation of Jobs & Economic Development – Access to Transit Alternatives – Community Facilities & Services
    • Mission Bay • 1,700 Affordable Units (28%) • 49 Acres Parks and Open Space • 31,000 Permanent Jobs
    • Candlestick Point/ Hunters Point Shipyard • ~ 3,000 Affordable Units (25%) • 450 Acres Parks and Open Space • 8,500 Permanent Jobs
    • Transbay Terminal • 1,250 Affordable Units (36%) • 7 Acres Parks and Open Space • 3,400 Permanent Jobs
    • Treasure Island • 1,800 Affordable Units (30%) • 300 Acres of Parks and Open Space • 2,000-2,500 Permanent Jobs
    • TREASURE ISLAND Innovative and Sustainable Urban Design
    • Equity Via Density at Treasure Island
    • Town Center District
    • Sustainability Plan • Included in approved Development Plan and Term Sheet • Sets Vision and Guiding Principles • Comprehensive Analysis of Sustainability in Numerous Focus Areas • Participants: Dept of the Environment, ARUP, TICD team, TIDA, TI CAB and Public Workshops Site Design | Land Use | Landscape | Biodiversity | Transportation | Energy | Water Wastewater | Solid Waste | Materials | Health, Safety & Security | Community & Society Economic Development and Viability
    • Sustainability Plan
    • Sustainability Plan
    • Sustainability Plan
    • Challenges for Creating Equity Via Density 1. Location of Density
    • Where Density Goes in San Francisco
    • Challenges for Creating Equity Via Density 1. Location of Density 2. Addressing Cultural/Class Challenges in Mixed Income, Diverse Communities
    • Challenges for Creating Equity Via Density 1. Location of Density 2. Addressing Cultural Class/Challenges in Mixed Income, Diverse Communities 3. Consensus on Balancing Policy Priorities
    • Challenges for Creating Equity Via Density 1. Location of Density 2. Addressing Cultural Class/Challenges in Mixed Income, Diverse Communities 3. Consensus on Balancing Policy Priorities 4. Finding More Efficient Means to Create Equitable Benefits