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  • 1. Historic Mill RedevelopmentDover-Foxcroft, MaineGrow Smart Maine Conference 2012
  • 2. Overview • Past Projects • Demographic Trends & Consumer Preferences • Why Dover-Foxcroft • Project Components • Where are we in the process? • Next Steps
  • 3. Recent Projects River Market Neighborhood, Kansas CIty
  • 4. The Gallo Building - 20,000 s.f. Creative Office Space
  • 5. Case Study #2 First + Main Lofts
  • 6. Our demographics and housingpreferences are changing.
  • 7. TABLE 2 DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS WITH AND WITHOUT CHILDREN, AND SINGLE-PERSON HOUSEHOLDS, 1960, 2000, AND 2030G4B(D<9>58@# Household Type Households with Children Households without Children 1960 48% 52% 2000 33% 67% 2030 27% 73% !"#$%&%#(")*#$+,# (-#./0/#1(2345()63#C<4"63 Single-Person Households 13% 26% SOURCE: Arthur C. Nelson, adapted from U.S. Census and Woods and Poole Economics (2008). 28% 78))#59:4#;58)6<4"“Between 2010 and 2030, American TABLE 5metropolitan areas will be transformed SUMMARY OF HOUSING PREFERENCE SURVEYSthrough “urbanity.” While the word is Housing Type Detailed Share Total Type Sharenot carefully defined, urbanity in this Attached Apartment 14% 38% +=,#(-#./0/#1(2345()63#context means communities of mixed, Townhouse Condominium/Cooperative 15% 9% ><4-4<#9??9@546#A#3B9))#interconnected land uses, especially Detached Small Lot 37% 62% )(?#5(B43/residential ones, served by multiple Large Lot 25% Total “new urbanity” preference (attached + small lot detached) 75%transportation options. It implies higher SOURCE: Adapted from Nelson (2006).residential densities and nonresidentialintensities than seen currently. It also TABLE 6implies, largely, the end of the spatial PROJECTED HOUSING DEMAND COMPARED TO CURRENT SUPPLYexpansion of metropolitan areas and a Supply Demand Difference, Demand Difference, Difference, Residential 2007 (in Demand 2020 (in 2007-2020 (in 2030 (in 2020-2030 (in 2007-2030 (in C(#B44?#?54#4B4<D8"D#64B9"6#new era of infill and redevelopment.” Type thousands) Share thousands) thousands) thousands) thousands) thousands) -(<#?54#"47#2<E9"8?*#<(2D5)*# Attached, 39,093 38% 55,242 16,149 60,521 5,279 21,428 Arthur C. Nelson all types Small lot 25,337 37% 53,789 28,452 58,929 5,140 33,592 FF/=#B8))8("#"47#9??9@546# Director of Metropolitan Research Large lot 63,773 25% 36,344 (27,430) 39,817 3,473 (23,957) 9"6#3B9))#)(?#64?9@546#2"8?3#78))# Detached 89,110 62% 90,132 1,022 98,745 8,613 9,635 College of Architecture + Planning of the total "446#?(#E4#E28)?#E4?744"#$%%+# University of Utah Total 128,203 145,374 17,171 159,267 13,892 31,064 9"6#$%$% SOURCE: Arthur C. Nelson adapted from American Housing Survey (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 2008), U.S. Census, Woods and Poole Economics (2008), and Table 5.
  • 8. !"#$%&()(*+,&$-"+.,.%"&(/"$.$H+T has been developed as a morecomplete measure of affordabilitybeyond the standard method ofassessing only Housing Costs. By takinginto account both the cost of housingas well as the cost of transportationassociated with the location of thehome, H+T provides a more completeunderstanding of affordability. Dividingthese costs by Representative RegionalIncomes illustrates the Cost Burdenplaced on a Typical Household byH+T expenses. While housing alone istraditionally deemed affordable whenconsuming no more than 30% ofincome, CNT has defined an affordablerange for H+T as the combined costsconsuming no more than 45% ofincome.
  • 9. Technology • Our data and applications are moving to the cloud. Trends • Photos, Emails, Contacts, Documents... data we use during often. • Not just knowledge workers, creatives, and youth - but Boomers. • My 83 year old mother is on Facebook. • She texts, buys e-books on amazon. • Connectivity is more important than ever.
  • 10. Dover-Foxcroft, ME
  • 11. Why Dover-Foxcroft? • Strong Community • Bookstore • The Academy • Two Hardware Stores • Theater • Restaurants • Hospital • History & Authenticity • Grocery Store • 3 Ring Binder • The River • Renewable Energy • Access to Nature • Beautiful Building
  • 12. River Walk Components• Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf)• Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf)• Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market• Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (500 KW)• Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling• Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park• 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking
  • 13. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Bookstore • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 14. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf ) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Library • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 15. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Library • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 16. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Library • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 17. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Library • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 18. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Library • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf ) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 19. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Library • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 20. Why Mixed-Use?Surrounding Destinations • Theater • Hospital • Grocery Store • Event Space (3,600 sf) • Data Center (Up to 5,000 sf) • Post Office • Business Incubator Space (12,600 sf) • Arts and Crafts Center (1,800 sf) • Library • Restaurant (5,000 sf) • Space for a Farmers Market • Two Hardware Stores • Cafe (2,500 sf) • Hydroelectric Power Plant (1,800 sf) • Restaurants • Patio Overlooking River • Geothermal Heating and Cooling • Lionel Train Center • Boutique Inn (9 rooms) • River Walk and Park • Ice Cream • 24 Rental Apartments • Ample Surface Parking • Hardware Store • Doctor’s Office
  • 21. Where are we in the process? ✓ Schematic Drawings Complete ‣ Searching for Federal Tax Credit Investor and Construction Lender ✓ Cost Estimate Complete ‣ Construction to begin in the ✓ Part II of Historic Tax Credit Application Approved Spring of 2013. ✓ CDBG and EPA Grant Awarded ✓ EDA Grant Awarded ✓ Environmental Clean Up Bid Awarded.
  • 22. Closing Thoughts1. Create a vision for your community.2. Avoid reactionary planning - preserve your sense of place.3. Concentrate development at the centers of your communities.4. Resist the temptation to widen lanes or build strip malls outside of town.5. Visualize and propose smart growth projects to developers6. Partner with developers and share the burden of predevelopment activities.7. Utilize the help of partners like CEI and local Economic Development Councils.8. Don’t give up - Be Persistent. Stick to the plan.The project would not be where it is today without the tireless efforts of Ken Woodburyfrom the PCEDC, who wrote the majority of the grants and the Town of Dover Foxcroft.
  • 23. Thank youJonathan ArnoldPresident, CEOjarnold@arnolddevelopmentgroup.com(816)-529-7010