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Downtown manhattan redevelopment 01 05

  1. 1. Presented by Dial Companies Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment
  2. 2. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment What goals we will accomplish – •Enhance the downtown and create a sustainable, vibrant experience for shopping, dining, living and working. •Enlarge the downtown experience yet strengthen the heart of Downtown, Poyntz Avenue. •Increase residential opportunities downtown with a mix of products and price points.
  3. 3. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Property Acquisitions 32% Under Contract 33% Under Negotiations 13% Contracts Pending 22%
  4. 4. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District •Create a district that provides a unique experience in entertainment, dining, arts and education. •Discovery/Visitor’s Center, Farmer’s Market, Civic Esplanade, Hotels, Restaurants and Residential.
  5. 5. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment •Strengthen downtown by attracting new people, providing additional retail opportunities and extending hours people stay downtown. •Market existing Poyntz Retail space. Poyntz Avenue DistrictPoyntz Avenue District
  6. 6. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment •Strengthens existing tenants with new residential, hotel, restaurant and entertainment opportunities. •Integrates the Mall into the fabric of Downtown. Manhattan Town Center MallManhattan Town Center Mall
  7. 7. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment •Connect 4th Street and McCall Road to funnel traffic to downtown. •Study future uses of area, compatibility and impact on surrounding neighborhoods. Future Development PhaseFuture Development Phase
  8. 8. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment •Create a unique blend of National, Regional and local Tenants to attract more people to Downtown. •A walkable pedestrian friendly Retail and Dining district with Residential space along 4th Street; transitioning smoothly to existing neighborhoods. North End Retail DistrictNorth End Retail District
  9. 9. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Creation of a vibrant, walkable 24 hour mixed-use district with Retail, Dining, Residential and Live/Work activity which compliments and enhances Downtown. North End DistrictNorth End District
  10. 10. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Mix of National, Regional and Local Dining experience that attracts visitors and locals to Downtown to serve new and existing downtown residents. Restaurant locationsRestaurant locations
  11. 11. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Restaurant locationsRestaurant locations Examples from across the country
  12. 12. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Existing structures/uses that remain shall be integrated into the vehicle and pedestrian circulation; will compliment the overall design of the district. Existing Buildings RemainingExisting Buildings Remaining
  13. 13. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment A mix of national and regional retailers that compliment and enhance the Downtown shopping experience, while providing a pedestrian oriented environment with public spaces. Major RetailMajor Retail
  14. 14. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Specialty retail reflecting a local flavor serving both visitors and residents. Buildings are focal points of the project and shall be high quality signature designs. Small Shop RetailSmall Shop Retail
  15. 15. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Small Shop RetailSmall Shop Retail Examples from across the country
  16. 16. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Small Shop RetailSmall Shop Retail Examples from across the country
  17. 17. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Provide an environment for boutique retail and tenants that compliment the larger retail tenants and creates a unique district that attracts visitors and extends night-time activity. Small Shop Retail (residential above)Small Shop Retail (residential above)
  18. 18. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Small Shop Retail (residential above)Small Shop Retail (residential above) Examples from across the country
  19. 19. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Provide two and three story residential units that allow occupants to operate small businesses and retail stores on the first floor. Live/Work UnitsLive/Work Units
  20. 20. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Live/Work UnitsLive/Work Units Examples from across the country
  21. 21. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Old fashioned Row-houses and Townhomes set close to the sidewalk with raised first floors and distinctive designs that are sensitive to existing residential communities on the west side of 4th Street. Predominantly “For Sale” units. TownhomesTownhomes
  22. 22. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment TownhomesTownhomes Examples from across the country
  23. 23. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment A mix of “Owner Occupied” and “For Lease” units with a variety of price points creating a mixed-income, diverse neighborhood that truly reflects the Manhattan community. Apartments/CondosApartments/Condos
  24. 24. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Apartments/CondosApartments/Condos Examples from across the country
  25. 25. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Visitor’s Center * Oz Museum/Columbian Theatre * Tuttle Creek Lake Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve/Z-Bar Ranch * * Pony Express Museum * Konza Prairie * Fort Riley
  26. 26. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment A Treasure … last stand of the tallgrass prairie –last stand of the tallgrass prairie – Aimee Larrabee & John AltmanAimee Larrabee & John Altman
  27. 27. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Worth Discovering last stand of the tallgrass prairie –last stand of the tallgrass prairie – Aimee Larrabee & John AltmanAimee Larrabee & John Altman
  28. 28. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Provide a place for exhibiting and promotion; promote understanding of the prairie and prairie life, its importance in the central region, the westward expansion and the future of the midwest. Discovery/Visitor’s Center
  29. 29. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Create a “flavorable” unique urban arts and entertainment district attracting a diverse energetic mix of businesses and residents as well as a “must see” district for visitors.
  30. 30. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District An educational and interactive experience for all ages. Coordinated programming with local education at all levels. Indoor & outdoor experiences.
  31. 31. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Examples from across the country
  32. 32. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Create a “focal” public space that unifies the district. Program year round activities, art shows, farmer’s market, etc.
  33. 33. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Create lively retail, entertainment and dining surrounding the “public space”.
  34. 34. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Unique Retail with different flair than the North End. Galleries and artisan space. Jazz Bar and intimate entertainment venues mixed with dining opportunities.
  35. 35. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Examples from across the country
  36. 36. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Arts DistrictArts District Expand opportunities for visitors to stay downtown and increase nighttime activities. Promotes pedestrian activity in the downtown area.
  37. 37. Downtown Manhattan Redevelopment Dial Realty of Kansas City 8205 West 108th Terrace #120 Overland Park, KS 66210 T) 913/339-6969 www.dialkc.com Dial Realty Corp 11506 Nicholas Street #100 Omaha, NE 68154 T) 402/493-2800 www.dialrealtycorp.com Bowman Bowman Novick, Inc. 228 Poyntz Avenue Manhattan, KS 66502 T) 785/776-4912 www.bbnarchitects.com

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