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ULI North Texas TOD Summit - Future Market 6 feb2014
 

ULI North Texas TOD Summit - Future Market 6 feb2014

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Panel: Eric Fladager, City of Fort Worth; Brent Miller, Wynn Jackson and Jim Cline, DCTA; Peter J. Braster, City of Carrollton

Panel: Eric Fladager, City of Fort Worth; Brent Miller, Wynn Jackson and Jim Cline, DCTA; Peter J. Braster, City of Carrollton

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  • Accommodates growth with higher density of housing and jobs.Provides a wider range of housing options.Provides opportunity for TOD residents to access jobs along rail corridor.Growth can be accommodated more cost-effectively and sustainably.Viable destination places improve residents’ and visitors’ quality of life while supporting healthy behaviors (walking).
  • High Development Potential includes vacant land, surface parking lots, and parcels with low (0.25) ratio of improvement to land value.
  • High Development Potential includes vacant land, surface parking lots, and parcels with low (0.5) ratio of improvement to land value.
  • The development area is under developed.
  • A potential development plan.

ULI North Texas TOD Summit - Future Market 6 feb2014 ULI North Texas TOD Summit - Future Market 6 feb2014 Presentation Transcript

  • THE FUTURE MARKET OF NORTH TEXAS TOD Panel: Eric Fladager, City of Fort Worth Brent Miller, Wynne/Jackson Jim Cline, DCTA Peter J. Braster, City of Carrollton
  • TOD Opportunities in Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) and the T&P Terminal (existing) Northside Station (Stockyards Station) TCU/Berry Station Concepts (TEX Rail Phase 2) 2
  • TOD is important to the City of Fort Worth • Accommodate continuing population increase • Housing choice • Connect people to jobs • Sustainable growth • Quality of life 350 sq. mi. 1,200,000 1,000,000 800,000 757,810 600,000 307 sq. mi. 400,000 200,000 0 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030
  • TEX Rail Station TOD Opportunities 4
  • Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) and the T&P Terminal (existing) Approximately 47 acres with High Development Potential
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  • ITC/T&P Station Concepts Credit: Penn Design Studio Credit: PLAN 2023-Downtown Fort Worth's Ten Year Strategic Action Plan; MIG, Inc.
  • Northside Station (Stockyards Station) Approximately 21 acres with High Development Potential and 4 acres City-owned non-park land Fort Worth Stockyards 8
  • TCU/Berry Station TOD Plan Now part of TEX Rail Phase 2
  • TCU/Berry Station Concepts (TEX Rail Phase 2)
  • Denton County Transportation Authority Lake Lewisville Station
  • Lake Lewisville Station
  • EXISTING SITE PHOTOS
  • CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN 537 Contour – Typical C.O.E. Jurisdictional Limits
  • SLALOM SHOP, MARINA, RESORT HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER RESORT HOTEL – a 300 key, 3½ to 4-star, fullservice hotel with resort amenities (226,000 sf) and underground parking. CONFERENCE CENTER – conference space (30,000 sf) including pavilion (3,500 sf) plus ancillary space; total center (56,500 sf).
  • DCTA SITE & FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PARCELS DCTA – a 120 unit mid-rise apartment property with podium parking.
  • Where Connections Happen
  • Transit System Map
  • Trinity Mills Transit District is the #1 TOD Development Opportunity in North Texas with 25.5 acres of developable land owned by the City of Carrollton and Dallas Area Rapid Transit.
  • Carrollton’s Vision for Trinity Mills: