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San Diego Bimstorm

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  • 1. San Diego *University of California © Copyright 2009
  • 2. 2010 add 1 million* more people San Diego *University of California © Copyright 2009
  • 3. 2010 add 1 million* more people 2050 add 1.9 million* more people San Diego *University of California © Copyright 2009
  • 4. 2010 add 1 million* more people 2050 add 1.9 million* more people 2100 add 2.2 million* more people San Diego *University of California © Copyright 2009
  • 5. How Do We Prepare? © Copyright 2009
  • 6. How will the DATA be managed? © Copyright 2009
  • 7. property owners architects city agency representatives developers economic vitality public health engineers political leaders social/psychological stability environmental sustainability community leaders planners landscape architects builders Many Points of real estate professionals View to Consider © Copyright 2009
  • 8. environmental sustainability social/psychological stability engineers architects planners economic vitality public health landscape architects political leaders city agency representatives community leaders property owners real estate professionals developers builders How do we organize ourselves…? © Copyright 2009
  • 9. environmental sustainability social/psychological stability engineers architects planners economic vitality public health landscape architects political leaders city agency representatives community leaders property owners real estate professionals developers builders …and stay connected & productive? © Copyright 2009
  • 10. Develop a System to Manage and Integrate © Copyright 2009
  • 11. Connect People and Data © Copyright 2009
  • 12. © Copyright 2009
  • 13. Centralized Model Server is Key © Copyright 2009
  • 14. Interoperate with Geospatial Data © Copyright 2009
  • 15. Produce new, efficient workflows Excel Ecotect © Copyright 2009
  • 16. Maintain familiar tools and processes © Copyright 2009
  • 17. Onuma Planning System (OPS) © Copyright 2009
  • 18. System Ready for BIMstorm San Diego © Copyright 2009
  • 19. East Village Barrio Logan http://www.sdeastvillage.com/community.html Create world-class examples of the sustainable redevelopment of quot;livingquot; neighborhoods and buildings http://www.sandiego.gov/planning/barriologanupdate/index.shtml © Copyright 2009
  • 20. East Village © Copyright 2009
  • 21. East Village - Northwest Located between Civic/Core and the new residential neighborhoods of eastern downtown, Northwest will be a high-intensity residential zone served by a Neighborhood Center with a cultural focus, and two public open spaces. Intensities will parallel those of Civic/Core, serving to create a second prong in downtown’s skyline as very large buildings develop. Northwest is located at the center of downtown and has efficient access to many of the area’s principal destinations. At the same time the Art Academy University and New School of Architecture and Design University are important educational facilities in this section of the Village. © Copyright 2009
  • 22. East Village - Northeast This sub-district includes the City College, San Diego High School and Garfield Continuation High School campuses and will be influenced by campus activities. Major new residential development is expected (appropriate affordable faculty and graduate student housing has recently been proposed), mixed with institutional uses, smaller hotels, and retail. Buildings with larger floor plates are allowed to accommodate uses that may have synergies with the academic institutions. Northwest is a gateway between downtown and Golden Hill and Balboa Park. © Copyright 2009
  • 23. East Village - Ballpark Containing the area around Petco Park, this portion of East Village is envisioned as an entertainment, cultural, and residential district. Key amenities include the ballpark, new Main Library (currently proposed to house a new middle or high school facility), and Park at the Park. Intensities are comparatively low, respecting the central open space of the outfield, and proximity to the historic structures of the Gaslamp Quarter. Re-use of historic warehouses will contribute distinct character to the sub-district. Currently the Thomas Jefferson School of Law University is under construction. © Copyright 2009
  • 24. East Village - Southeast Located between Ballpark and I-5, Southeast presents significant opportunities for low- to mid-intensity residential development centered on a central park/plaza. The sub-district also includes a flexible zone to accommodate light industry and artists’ live/work lofts, a fine-grained district where development will occur on smaller parcels, and limited sites for larger floor plate buildings. A lid bridging from Market Street to Island Avenue in Southeast will improve connections between downtown and the Sherman Heights and Barrio Logan neighborhoods beyond I-5. The San Diego Unified School District is currently exploring sites in this neighborhood for a new K-8 school facility as part of a full block high-rise development. © Copyright 2009
  • 25. Barrio Logan © Copyright 2009
  • 26. Barrio Logan To date the process has explored a multitude of community issues including mitigation of health impacts to residents from collocating industrial and residential uses, providing affordable and workforce-oriented housing, mobility and access, addressing gentrification and downtown development. Its ultimate goal when presented to the City Council in the fall of 2009 is to demonstrate that these planning measures will enhance the community for existing and future community residents, businesses and organizations. © Copyright 2009