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Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 2 Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 2 Presentation Transcript

  • Housing Compactness Single Family Homes Townhomes Multifamily Housing (4-10 du/ac) (20-40 du/ac) (50-100 du/ac)
  • Housing Compactness Open Space 10 DU/AC 25-30 DU/AC ParkingSustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with NatureIllustration by John Ellis, WRT/Soloman E.T.C.
  • Housing Compactness Open Space 50-150 DU/AC 100 DU/AC ParkingSustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with NatureIllustration by John Ellis, WRT/Soloman E.T.C.
  • Housing Compactness Open Space 150 DU/AC 150 DU/AC ParkingSustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with NatureIllustration by John Ellis, WRT/Soloman E.T.C.
  • Townhome Single FamilyAerial, Chicago, IL Stories: 2-3 Units per Building: 1 12 Units/Acres Diversey and Hermitage, Chicago, IL
  • 2 Flats Patterns of Density 3Aerial, Chicago, IL1846 Nelson, Chicago, IL Stories: 2 Units per Building: 2 16 Units/Acres 2819 Clybourn, Chicago, IL
  • 3 FlatsAerial, Chicago, IL3045 Clybourn, Chicago, IL Stories: 3 Units per Building: 3 24 Units/Acres Diversey and Clybourn, Chicago, IL
  • 6 FlatsAerial, Chicago, IL1929 Potomac, Chicago, IL Stories: 3 Units per Building: 6 26.4 Units/Acres 3059 Clybourn, Chicago, IL
  • Courtyard BuildingAerial, Chicago, IL2330 W. Armitage, Chicago, IL Stories: 3 Units per Building: 15-30 36+ Units/Acres 1704 Humboldt Park, Chicago, IL
  • Low-rise Multi Residential over RetailAerial, Chicago, ILLow-rise 4+1, Chicago, IL Stories: 2-8 Units per Building: 20-52 31-83 Units/Acres 2900 Clybourn, Chicago, IL
  • Mid-riseAerial, Chicago, IL Stories: 6+ Units per Building: 36+ 62+ Units/Acres Parkhomes, Lakeshore East, Chicago, IL
  • Riverfront DevelopmentChicago River Stories: Varies Units per Building: Varies
  • Mixed Density Block Stories: 2-8 50-80 Units/Acres Chicago Mixed Density Block
  • A Neighborhood For Everyone •Support for transit, walking and bicycling •Range of housing options •Healthy environment •Access to green space •Design, aesthetics and local historic character
  • 3 WORK Historic -SHOP Preservation LIVABLECOMMUNITIES Vincent L. Michael, PhD
  • "Preservation" is an overarching term: to save buildings "Restoration" is the very RARE act of restoring buildings to their historic appearanceWrigley Building, Graham Anderson Probst White Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright
  • "Rehabilitation" is the standard for 95% of historic buildings "Adaptive Re-use" is another common term Shaw Technology School, Farr AssociatesThe Goal: To make buildings function in the future while retaining historic qualities
  • National Register of Historic Places •Created by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 •National list was the first to include buildings, sites and structures with local significance
  • National Register of Historic Places •Most common form of landmark status •Includes both individual buildings and districts
  • Julia C. Lathrop Homes Significance and Context
  • Julia C. Lathrop Homes Significance and Context
  • Julia C. Lathrop Homes Site Plan
  • Julia C. Lathrop Homes Buildings
  • Julia C. Lathrop Homes Buildings
  • Julia C. Lathrop Homes LandscapeColumbus Park Jens Jensen
  • Julia C. Lathrop Homes LandscapeJens Jensen, Lathrop Homes
  • National Register of Historic Places •Protection: Section 106 Process •SHPO (State Historic Preservation Office) is responsible for the review •Only protects against Federal action or funding
  • National Register of Historic Places Protection: Section 106 Process at Lathrop triggered by HUD funding Review process is already underway 1. Identify / Evaluate Historic Properties 2. Assess Effects 3. Consultation 4. Council Comment 5. Proceed
  • National Register of Historic Places •Federal Investment Tax Credit (20% of total rehabilitation cost) •Illinois Property Tax freeze •Easements
  • Section 106: How It Works •National Register listing helped prevent Federal Government from demolishing old Goldblatts Building on State Street, 1989 (left) •National Register listing helped preserve Tri-Taylor District from state Medical Center expansion, 1981 (below)
  • Section 106: How It Works •Postal Service planned demolition of Burnham designed Marshall Field River warehouse for new post office •Followed Section 106 but proceeded with demolition anyway, 1991
  • Section 106: Examples •80 buildings and landscapes at Fort Sheridan are a National Historic Landmark •Complex is preserved as it is sold to private owners - new infill and additions permitted with design review Fort Sheridan, Related Midwest
  • Section 106: Examples •939 W. Armitage: CTA Brown Line Rehabilitation, 2006-2008
  • Section 106: Examples •939 W. Armitage: CTA Brown Line Rehabilitation, 2006-2008
  • Section 106: Examples •Schoenhofen Brewery: allows demolition for 9 of 11 buildings in historic complex •City starts to demolish 10th building, 1902 Power House by Schmidt, Garden, Martin
  • Section 106: Examples •Schoenhofen Brewery: Renegotiated MOA requires marketing (1985) •New user rehabilitates building
  • Rehabilitation Examples •American Brewery, Baltimore Revitalization of challenged East Baltimore neighborhood by Humanim, non-profit 2011 National Trust Honor Award Winner
  • Rehabilitation Examples •American Brewery, Baltimore Interior Views
  • Rehabilitation Examples •Manvilla Manor, former blight on Knoxville community •Now 57-unit supportive living center, 2011 National Trust Honor Award Winner
  • Whats Next For Lathrop? • Determine what can be preserved • Physical viability • Economic viability • No set formula Lane Tech High School WARD 47 ndustrial Corridor WARD 32 IRVING PARK ROSCOE VILLAGE I 1M HAMLIN PARK Schneider Elementary SOUTH DALE LAKEVIEW WARD 1 Green LATHROP Exchange HOMES SQUARE WEST DEPAUL WARD 35 BUCKTOWN California Ave. Western Ave. Ashland Ave. Damen Ave.
  • Whats Next For Lathrop? The Framework: •The CHA and WorkingWORK-SHOP 1GREENING Group have given us guidelines, how do we LATHROP WORK 2 meet them?OF -SHOP EDUCATION •Where do we get the funds & COMMUNITY for development? How BUILDING WORK -SHOP 3 LIVABLE COMMUNITIES much/when is it available? •Given the market environment, what makes sense at this site? Next steps...
  • 3 WORK Question & -SHOP Answer LIVABLECOMMUNITIES
  • 312.595.7240www.lathropcommunity.org TEXT LCP TO 83936