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  • 1. Seating 1
  • 2. Seating 1
  • 3. Seating 1
  • 4. Seating 1
  • 5. Seating 1
  • 6. Changing Perceptions of Outdoor Temperature 2
  • 7. Changing Perceptions of Outdoor Temperature 2 Monthly Total Number of Lunchtime Patrons In Bryant Park
  • 8. Restrooms 3
  • 9. Restrooms 3
  • 10. Restrooms 3
  • 11. Automatic Public Toilets 4
  • 12. Automatic Public Toilets 4
  • 13. Automatic Public Toilets 4
  • 14. Importance of Single People 5
  • 15. Importance of Single People 5
  • 16. Wi-fi Today 6
  • 17. Wi-fi Today 6 Bryant Park Wireless monthly usage
  • 18. Entertainment Options 7
  • 19. Entertainment Options 7
  • 20. Entertainment Options 7
  • 21. Entertainment Options 7
  • 22. Games 8
  • 23. Games 8
  • 24. Carousels 9
  • 25. Carousels 9
  • 26. Christmas Lighting 10 2001 2002
  • 27. Christmas Lighting 10 2003 2006
  • 28. Christmas Lighting 10 2008
  • 29. Christmas Lighting 10
  • 30. Christmas Lighting 10
  • 31. Modernism 11
  • 32. Modernism 11
  • 33. Modernism 11
  • 34. Modernism 11
  • 35. Modernism 11
  • 36. Where the Good Things Are in Europe 12
  • 37. Great Places Many People Haven’t Heard About 13
  • 38. Great Places Many People Haven’t Heard About 13
  • 39. Great Places Many People Haven’t Heard About 13
  • 40. Great Places Many People Haven’t Heard About 13
  • 41. Great Places Many People Haven’t Heard About 13
  • 42. In Lieu of Health Clubs 14
  • 43. Counting Male/Female Ratio as a Safety Indicator 15
  • 44. Building Managers 16
  • 45. Unions 17
  • 46. Removing Graffiti 18
  • 47. Removing Gum 18
  • 48. Removing Gum 18
  • 49. Lawn Length 19
  • 50. Lawn Length 19
  • 51. Urban Myths – Movable Chairs 20
  • 52. Urban Myths – Movable Chairs 20
  • 53. Urban Myths – Movable Chairs 20
  • 54. Urban Myths – Crowd Counts 20
  • 55. Urban Myths – Crowd Counts 20 A crowd of two million people would fill the streets from 37 th Street to 59 th Street, from 5 th Avenue to 9 th Avenue, if every square foot of road, sidewalk, and open space were occupied. Times Square, New Year’s Eve
  • 56. Urban Myths – Crowd Counts 20 Bryant Park Lawn: 65,520 ft 2 At 9 ft 2 per person, Lawn capacity = 7,280 people At 6 ft 2 per person, Lawn capacity = 10,920 people
  • 57. Urban Myths - Vandalism 20
  • 58. Urban Myths - Vandalism 20
  • 59. Spending on Public Spaces 21
  • 60. BP private financing How to Pay for Great Public Spaces 22
  • 61. How to Pay for Great Public Spaces 22
  • 62. How to Pay for Great Public Spaces 22
  • 63. Sponsorships 23
  • 64. Sponsorships 23
  • 65. Sponsorships 23
  • 66. Hardscape vs. Softscape 24
  • 67. Hardscape vs. Softscape 24
  • 68. BP after Hardscape vs. Softscape 24
  • 69. Hardscape vs. Softscape 24
  • 70. BP Gardens Hardscape vs. Softscape 24
  • 71. BP Gardens - MH Hardscape vs. Softscape 24
  • 72. If You Build It, He Will Come 25
  • 73. Charrette Public Space Development Process Programming Workshop Monroe Park Richmond, Virginia, USA Program Budget Design 26
  • 74. PROGRAMMING Charrette Results: Woodall Rodgers Park, Dallas, Texas Public Space Development Process Programming Workshop Results, Woodall Rodgers Park, Dallas, Texas, USA Program Budget Design 26
  • 75. Program Budget Design Public Space Development Process Programming for Woodruff Park, Atlanta, Georgia, USA 26
  • 76. Expense Budget Public Space Development Process Program Budget Design 26 Department Year 1 Year 3 Year 5 Assumptions Sanitation/ maintenance $ 180,000 $ 240,000 $ 260,000 see accompanying charts Security $ 205,000 $ 230,000 $ 255,000 see accompanying charts Horticulture $ 125,000 $ 160,000 $ 200,000   Capital plant maintenance and repair $ 40,000 $ 40,000 $ 40,000   Programming/ events staffing $ 55,000 $ 60,000 $ 65,000 one events manager at $35K with student assistant(s); $10K programming deficit Promotion/ marketing $ - $ - $ 75,000 one marketing manager at $40K plus printed collateral allowance General/ administrative $ 150,000 $ 160,000 $ 170,000 park manager, administrative assistant, office overhead Total $ 755,000 $ 890,000 $ 1,065,000  
  • 77. Public Space Development Process Program Budget Design 26
  • 78. Market Share Analysis 27 Woodruff Park, Atlanta Sources of visitors to Woodruff Park: Source of Visitors Number Peak time for visits Office workers 25,000 Lunchtime Students 16,000 Afternoon Tourists 12,000 Throughout day Local residents (within 5-6 blocks) 1,500 Evening Total potential visitors 54,500 Target number of visitors to make the park lively : Target density 250 people per acre Size of park 2.5 acres Target number of visitors 625 people Target market share : Target number of visitors 625 people Total potential visitors 54,500 people Target market share 1.1%
  • 79. Yellow & White light 28
  • 80. Yellow & White light 28
  • 81. Yellow & White light 28
  • 82. Graphic Design 29
  • 83. Graphic Design 29
  • 84. Graphic Design 29
  • 85. Graphic Design 29
  • 86. “ Dumb” vs. “Smart” Tourists 30
  • 87. “ Dumb” vs. “Smart” Tourists 30
  • 88. “ Dumb” vs. “Smart” Tourists 30
  • 89. “ Mom & Pop” vs. Nationals 31
  • 90. “ Mom & Pop” vs. Nationals 31
  • 91. “ Mom & Pop” vs. Nationals 31
  • 92. “ Mom & Pop” vs. Nationals 31
  • 93. “ Mom & Pop” vs. Nationals 31
  • 94. One Way Streets 32
  • 95. One Way Streets 32
  • 96. One Way Streets 32
  • 97. Desire Lines 33
  • 98. Desire Lines 33
  • 99. Homelessness Ratios 34
  • 100. Homelessness Ratios 34
  • 101. Government RFPs 35
  • 102. Government RFPs 35
  • 103. Mylar Balloons 36
  • 104. “ Watch the Borders” 37
  • 105. Bullpen 38