Game Changers: Projects that Transform the Urban Fabric

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2010 ULI Fall Meeting Presentation
October 14, 2010
9:30 am to 10:45 am

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Game Changers: Projects that Transform the Urban Fabric

  1. 1. Game Changers: Projects That Transform the Urban Fabric Thursday, October 14 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
  2. 2. Sundance Square Fort Worth, Texas
  3. 3. Sundance Square Evolution
  4. 4. Sundance Square History
  5. 5. Public/Private Partnership Sundance Square’s Evolution Public and Private Accomplishments EARLY 80s EARLY 90s LATE 90s • Sundance Square • Worthington • City Center • Sundance West Residential Movies Retail • Sundance East Retail Movies Offices UDAG UMTA Tax Abatement TIF
  6. 6. Sundance Square History
  7. 7. Before
  8. 8. After
  9. 9. Before
  10. 10. After
  11. 11. Before
  12. 12. After
  13. 13. Before
  14. 14. After
  15. 15. Before
  16. 16. After
  17. 17. Overview • +/- 40 blocks of CBD, mixed-use real estate • Central location viewed as the “Prestigious Address” in Fort Worth • Planned and managed as a single mixed-use development • Core values in: urban planning, pedestrian scale and rhythm, authenticity and organic growth • Retail, Office, Residential and Parking • Location and land portfolio is a barrier to Entry
  18. 18. Overview • 2.9 million sf of GLA • 330,000 sf of retail • 2.3 million sf of office • 78,000 sf or 118 Residential units • 6,000 parking spaces • Largest property tax payer in Tarrant County
  19. 19. Overview • Retail – 97% • Office – 93.2% • Residential – 91% • New Development: • 2002 Sanguinet Building • 2009 The Carnegie Occupancy
  20. 20. Sundance Square History • Began in the late 70’s • Philanthropic interest at first • Public and Private Partnership • Vision and interest in the city • Architect / Planner relationship
  21. 21. Sundance Square The Plan
  22. 22. Vacant Lots & Parking Lots
  23. 23. Non-Friendly Pedestrian Edges
  24. 24. Street Grid Interrupted by Combined Blocks
  25. 25. Portion of Streets Separated from Downtown by Structures Spanning Over Streets
  26. 26. Overlay of Multiple Issues (Combined Blocks, Spanned Streets, Pedestrian Barriers)
  27. 27. Recommended Acquisitions
  28. 28. Final Plan with Proposed Downtown Public Square
  29. 29. Downtown Fort Worth Prior to Master Plan
  30. 30. 1988 – Sundance West Apartment Building
  31. 31. 1988 – Sundance AMC 11 Cinemas
  32. 32. 1991 – Sanger Lofts
  33. 33. 1992 – Fort Worth Central Library
  34. 34. 1993 – Sundance Montessori School
  35. 35. 1993 – Sundance East
  36. 36. 1993 – Wells Fargo Building
  37. 37. 1996 – Nancy Lee & Perry R. Bass Performance Hall
  38. 38. 1997 – Maddox Muse Center
  39. 39. 2002 – Bank One Building
  40. 40. 2005 – Tarrant County Family Law Center & Garage
  41. 41. 2006 – Sid Richardson Museum
  42. 42. 2009 – The Carnegie Building
  43. 43. Fort Worth Downtown – 1988 Fort Worth Downtown – Present (with Proposed Central Plaza & Hotel)
  44. 44. Columbia Heights Washington, D.C.
  45. 45. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Public Infrastructure Investment through Transit
  46. 46. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Inclusive Public Process
  47. 47. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Vibrant Public Spaces
  48. 48. Columbia Heights Redevelopment DC USA Development
  49. 49. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Seeding Public Investments
  50. 50. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Program Activity
  51. 51. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Commercial Tenants at DC USA

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