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Game Changers: Projects that Transform the Urban Fabric

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2010 ULI Fall Meeting Presentation …

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

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  • 1. Game Changers: Projects That Transform the Urban Fabric Thursday, October 14 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
  • 2. Sundance Square Fort Worth, Texas
  • 3. Sundance Square Evolution
  • 4. Sundance Square History
  • 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. Sundance Square History
  • 7. Before
  • 8. After
  • 9. Before
  • 10. After
  • 11. Before
  • 12. After
  • 13. Before
  • 14. After
  • 15. Before
  • 16. After
  • 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. 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. Overview • Retail – 97% • Office – 93.2% • Residential – 91% • New Development: • 2002 Sanguinet Building • 2009 The Carnegie Occupancy
  • 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. Sundance Square The Plan
  • 22. Vacant Lots & Parking Lots
  • 23. Non-Friendly Pedestrian Edges
  • 24. Street Grid Interrupted by Combined Blocks
  • 25. Portion of Streets Separated from Downtown by Structures Spanning Over Streets
  • 26. Overlay of Multiple Issues (Combined Blocks, Spanned Streets, Pedestrian Barriers)
  • 27. Recommended Acquisitions
  • 28. Final Plan with Proposed Downtown Public Square
  • 29. Downtown Fort Worth Prior to Master Plan
  • 30. 1988 – Sundance West Apartment Building
  • 31. 1988 – Sundance AMC 11 Cinemas
  • 32. 1991 – Sanger Lofts
  • 33. 1992 – Fort Worth Central Library
  • 34. 1993 – Sundance Montessori School
  • 35. 1993 – Sundance East
  • 36. 1993 – Wells Fargo Building
  • 37. 1996 – Nancy Lee & Perry R. Bass Performance Hall
  • 38. 1997 – Maddox Muse Center
  • 39. 2002 – Bank One Building
  • 40. 2005 – Tarrant County Family Law Center & Garage
  • 41. 2006 – Sid Richardson Museum
  • 42. 2009 – The Carnegie Building
  • 43. Fort Worth Downtown – 1988 Fort Worth Downtown – Present (with Proposed Central Plaza & Hotel)
  • 44. Columbia Heights Washington, D.C.
  • 45. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Public Infrastructure Investment through Transit
  • 46. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Inclusive Public Process
  • 47. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Vibrant Public Spaces
  • 48. Columbia Heights Redevelopment DC USA Development
  • 49. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Seeding Public Investments
  • 50. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Program Activity
  • 51. Columbia Heights Redevelopment Commercial Tenants at DC USA

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