Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 2

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Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 2

  1. 1. Housing Compactness Single Family Homes Townhomes Multifamily Housing (4-10 du/ac) (20-40 du/ac) (50-100 du/ac)
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. 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.
  4. 4. Housing Compactness Open Space 150 DU/AC 150 DU/AC ParkingSustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with NatureIllustration by John Ellis, WRT/Soloman E.T.C.
  5. 5. Townhome Single FamilyAerial, Chicago, IL Stories: 2-3 Units per Building: 1 12 Units/Acres Diversey and Hermitage, Chicago, IL
  6. 6. 2 Flats Patterns of Density 3Aerial, Chicago, IL1846 Nelson, Chicago, IL Stories: 2 Units per Building: 2 16 Units/Acres 2819 Clybourn, Chicago, IL
  7. 7. 3 FlatsAerial, Chicago, IL3045 Clybourn, Chicago, IL Stories: 3 Units per Building: 3 24 Units/Acres Diversey and Clybourn, Chicago, IL
  8. 8. 6 FlatsAerial, Chicago, IL1929 Potomac, Chicago, IL Stories: 3 Units per Building: 6 26.4 Units/Acres 3059 Clybourn, Chicago, IL
  9. 9. Courtyard BuildingAerial, Chicago, IL2330 W. Armitage, Chicago, IL Stories: 3 Units per Building: 15-30 36+ Units/Acres 1704 Humboldt Park, Chicago, IL
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. Mid-riseAerial, Chicago, IL Stories: 6+ Units per Building: 36+ 62+ Units/Acres Parkhomes, Lakeshore East, Chicago, IL
  12. 12. Riverfront DevelopmentChicago River Stories: Varies Units per Building: Varies
  13. 13. Mixed Density Block Stories: 2-8 50-80 Units/Acres Chicago Mixed Density Block
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. 3 WORK Historic -SHOP Preservation LIVABLECOMMUNITIES Vincent L. Michael, PhD
  16. 16. "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
  17. 17. "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
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. National Register of Historic Places •Most common form of landmark status •Includes both individual buildings and districts
  20. 20. Julia C. Lathrop Homes Significance and Context
  21. 21. Julia C. Lathrop Homes Significance and Context
  22. 22. Julia C. Lathrop Homes Site Plan
  23. 23. Julia C. Lathrop Homes Buildings
  24. 24. Julia C. Lathrop Homes Buildings
  25. 25. Julia C. Lathrop Homes LandscapeColumbus Park Jens Jensen
  26. 26. Julia C. Lathrop Homes LandscapeJens Jensen, Lathrop Homes
  27. 27. 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
  28. 28. 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
  29. 29. National Register of Historic Places •Federal Investment Tax Credit (20% of total rehabilitation cost) •Illinois Property Tax freeze •Easements
  30. 30. 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)
  31. 31. 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
  32. 32. 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
  33. 33. Section 106: Examples •939 W. Armitage: CTA Brown Line Rehabilitation, 2006-2008
  34. 34. Section 106: Examples •939 W. Armitage: CTA Brown Line Rehabilitation, 2006-2008
  35. 35. 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
  36. 36. Section 106: Examples •Schoenhofen Brewery: Renegotiated MOA requires marketing (1985) •New user rehabilitates building
  37. 37. Rehabilitation Examples •American Brewery, Baltimore Revitalization of challenged East Baltimore neighborhood by Humanim, non-profit 2011 National Trust Honor Award Winner
  38. 38. Rehabilitation Examples •American Brewery, Baltimore Interior Views
  39. 39. Rehabilitation Examples •Manvilla Manor, former blight on Knoxville community •Now 57-unit supportive living center, 2011 National Trust Honor Award Winner
  40. 40. 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.
  41. 41. 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...
  42. 42. 3 WORK Question & -SHOP Answer LIVABLECOMMUNITIES
  43. 43. 312.595.7240www.lathropcommunity.org TEXT LCP TO 83936

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