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NJFuture Redevelopment Forum 13 Fregonese NJFuture Redevelopment Forum 13 Fregonese Presentation Transcript

  • What is Vision?
  • What is Vision?
  • Chicago World’s Fair
  • City Beautiful Movement
  • Plan of Chicago 1909
  • The Metropolis PlanChoices for Metropolitan Chicago
  • The Evolving American Vision
  • Pedestrians in the Conventional Suburban Development supporting alternative modes through urban design
  • Pedestrians: 25th Anniversary of the Moonwalk supporting alternative modes through urban design
  • Activity and Obesity
  • To Capture the Vision, You Must CommunicateThat’s a conversation, not a lecture
  • The Target Population Categories forCommunication Public Involvement Efforts Pyramid
  • TheCommunication will Pyramid participate in 1% physical meetings
  • TheCommunication Pyramid participate 10% from home, through internet
  • TheCommunication Pyramid Follow in press, 30% social media
  • TheCommunication Pyramid ?
  • Find Out What is Important to PeopleSAFETY EDUCATION EDUCATION JOBS
  • Create Identity and Brand
  • Prominent Web Presence and Interactive Content
  • Activities that allow people to help make critical decisions Example: Beaverton Civic Plan
  • The 2040 project
  • Widespread Public Involvement
  • 2040 Growth Concept 50-year vision for managing region’s growth Incorporates best parts of “Concepts for Growth” options Kicks off a major effort to enact the new regional vision through local plans
  • Making a Better Downtown
  • Louisiana Speaks Regional Plan Vision and Strategies for Recovery and Growth in South Louisiana May 2007
  • Stakeholder Workshops
  • Regional Vision Poll Newspapers Internet
  • Regional Vision PollSchools & Libraries Television Show
  • LOUISIANA SPEAKS: OUR VISION
  • Way of Life is PrecariousLand loss:sea level rise, wetland destruction,subsidence, flooding and natural disastersCaused by climate change, naturaldisasters, industry, channelization
  • Public Workshop Results Lafourche Parish Comprehensive Resiliency Plan Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.Waggonner & Ball Architects
  • What is desired today
  • PARKING LOT 1970
  • PIONEER SQUARE
  • Portland Neighborhoods
  • BELMONT DAIRY
  • Williams & Dame Development, Inc. www.wddcorp.com
  • Portland Streetcar, Inc.Williams & Dame Development, Inc. www.wddcorp.com
  • Adaptive Reuse Opportunity - Before
  • Adaptive Reuse Opportunity
  • Adaptive Reuse Opportunity
  • Adaptive Reuse Opportunity - After
  • Adaptive Reuse – from garage to restaurant Bolsa Mercado: Former Garage Redeveloped as a Restaurant
  • Walkability
  • NAR 2011: Walkable DestinationsIn deciding where to live, indicate how important it would be to you to have each of the following within an easy walk: very important, somewhat important, not very important, or not at all important. Very important Somewhat important Grocery store 35% 40% 75% Pharmacy 24% 41% 65% Hospital 25% 36% 61% Restaurants 18% 42% 60% Cultural resources 17% 42% 59% Schools 26% 29% 55% Doctors offices 19% 36% 55% Public transportation by bus 21% 29% 50% Recreational facilities 12% 35% 47% Place of worship 17% 30% 47% Public transportation by rail 14% 28% 42% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Source: National Association of Realtors 2011.
  • Complete Streets
  • West Capitol Ave, West Sacramento 60
  • Nature in the City
  • City
  • Protects biodiversity across urban Cascadiaand rural landscapes and beyond theregion. Willamette Valley
  • Nature in the City
  • Bats inAustin
  • Coyotes on Transit Riding the max
  • Connecting People to Nature
  • Developing implementationCapturing a vision without effectiveimplementation is cruelImplementation without a sound economicstrategy has a poor chance of success
  • Old way – colored maps and zoning
  • What is Envision Tomorrow?Suite of planning tools: Prototype Builder  Return on Investment (ROI) model Scenario Builder  Extension for ArcGIS Built while developing plans for clients Open Source and Public Domain
  • Model Prototypes Using Real Market Research: Allows for “Reality-based Visualizations” Use Prototypes for Reality-based Visualizations and 3D Modeling
  • A Linked System of Spreadsheets and GIS GISBuildings Development Types Evaluation CriteriaROI Model Scenario Spreadsheet Painting Scenario Spreadsheet ArcGIS 5 Story Mixed Use Density & Mix Town Center Travel 2 Story Health Mixed Use Sustainability 3 Story Investment Apartment Town Fiscal Impact Neighborhood Townhome CompactSingle Family Residential SubdivisionConventionalSingle Family
  • Real-time Scenario Building and EvaluationSelect Paint See Changes Instantly
  • Monitor Indicators in Real-timeDetailed TablesQuick Reference Graphs
  • Many Factors Influence Development Feasibility What Can Be Built?Today’s Rents 10% Increase in 20% Increase in& Sales Prices Average Rent Average Rent
  • Working with Universities Dr. Rob Patterson, Uni versity of Texas, AustinDr. ReidEwing, Univer Dr. Arthursity of Utah “Chris” Nelson, Unive rsity of Utah
  • New indicators being developed inpartnership with leading UniversitiesNew Indicators being developed with University of Utah and University of Texas at Austin. Bold indicators are completed  Building and Land Use  Employment Growth Types  Employment Resilience  Building Energy  Development Capital Consumption  Redevelopment Timing  7D Transportation  Water Consumption Effects  Transportation Safety  Return on Investment  Workforce Housing  Housing and  LEED-ND Transportation Costs  Arts and Public Amenities  Air Quality and CO2  Local Jobs Housing Impacts Balance  Fiscal Impact  Public Health
  • Fiscal Impact App
  • Workforce Housing App
  • Trip Generation App
  • Redevelopment Candidate App
  • Building Energy Consumption App
  • Balanced Housing App160,000 Surplus140,000120,000100,000 80,000 Deficit 60,000 40,000 20,000 0 00 00 75 00 25 00 50 00 25 50 75 $0 ,0 ,5 ,8 ,5 ,1 ,0 $2 $5 $6 $7 $8 $1 $1 $1 $2 $3 $5 Projected Demand Planned Housing
  • Workshops were poorly attended…
  • Dallas Station Area Plans
  • Example Catalyst Sites
  • 91
  • Conceptual Adaptive Reuse Concept Opportunity Draft 92
  • Conceptual Adaptive Reuse Example– MLK BeforeDraft
  • Draft
  • Draft
  • Draft
  • Conceptual Adaptive Reuse Example- MLK AfterDraft
  • Mixed Use Library Development Concept 98
  • Mixed Use Library Development Concept – Before 99
  • Mixed Use Library Development Concept– Phase One 100
  • Mixed Use Library Development Concept– Phase Two 101
  • Vision without Action is Hallucination John Fregonese www.frego.com