Team NY: Package 1

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Team NY: Package 1

  1. 1. GUDCStanford NYC CampusSite Selection and Feasibility StudyChristian OllanoKlemen KušarUrša ŠveglTina VilfanMentorsSinan MihelčičDerek Ouyang
  2. 2. I_NYC Project Introduction a_Short description b_GoalsII_City Report General information b_Social report c_Statistics d_Industries e_Climate f_City specialitiesIII_Economic Report a_Major economy parametersIV_Preliminary program a_Footprint
  3. 3. V_Site Plan a_Transportation b_Decision MatrixVI_Proposed sites a_22 Flushing (Brooklyn) b_5 West End (Manhattan) c_666 1st Street (Manhattan) d_Quay Street (Brooklyn) e_5-0 46 Avenue (Queens)VII_Tools report a_Communication b_Work plan c_Software usedVIII_Project financial report a_Sources of funds_Expenditures Note: We have applied transportation,zones and parks plans as listed directly to the proposed sites for better comprehension.
  4. 4. a_DescriptionStudent of urban design, architecture, business, sociology,engineering, construction from Stanford and Ljubljana Universitycollaborate in creating innovative and sustainable solution of Stanford’s proposed new campus in New York City. The communication is web-based; students work from remote locations.b_GoalsThe goal of the project is to build the new Stanford campus in New YorkCity with leading business and engineering schools in the area. We wouldlike to create a campus with friendly, innovative and releasedatmosphere for students as well as for employees. A special focus of theproject is sustainability and the influence of the campus on the area. Thefinancial goal is to make high return on investments and to meetinvestors’ expectations. Besides, the campus should be create strongrelationships and collaboration with outside companies and localcommunity.I_New York City Project introduction
  5. 5. a_General Information -Population (2003 estimate) 8,085,742 -Mayor Michael Bloomberg (independent) -Boroughs Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Staten Island, Queensb_Social Report New York is the most ethnically diverse, religiously varied, commercially driven, famously congested, and, in the eyes of many, the most attractive urban centre in the country. For the past two centuries, New York has been the largest and wealthiest American city.II_City Report
  6. 6. c_Statistics Population, percent change, 1990 to 2000 Persons under 5 years old, percent, 2000 9.4% 6.8% Persons under 18 years old, percent, 2000 24.2% Persons 65 years old and over, percent, 2000 11.7% Female persons, percent, 2000 52.6% White persons, percent, 2000 (a) 44.7% Black or African American persons, percent, 2000 (a) 26.6% American Indian and Alaska Native persons, percent, 2000 (a) 0.5% Asian persons, percent, 2000 (a) 9.8% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, percent, 2000 (a) 0.1% Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin, percent, 2000 27.0% Living in same house in 1995 and 2000, pct 5 yrs old & over 61.0% Foreign born persons, percent, 2000 35.9% Homeownership rate, 2000 30.2% Language other than English spoken at home, pct age 5+, 2000 47.6% High school graduates, percent of persons age 25+, 2000 72.3% Bachelors degree or higher, pct of persons age 25+, 2000 27.4% Mean travel time to work (minutes), workers age 16+, 2000 40.0 Housing units, 2000 3,200,912 Median value of owner-occupied housing units, 2000 $211,900 Households, 2000 3,021,588 Persons per household, 2000 2.59 Median household income, 1999 $38,293 Per capita money income, 1999 $22,402II_City Report Persons below poverty, percent, 1999 21.2%
  7. 7. d_Industries Real estate_ Finance_ Manufacturing_ Information technology_ Trade_ Health care_ Media_ Film_Theater_ Tourism and Travel_ Fashione_Climate- Humid subtropical climate (hot, humid summers andmild to cool winters)f_City specialities- New Yorkers travel an average of 40 min. to work each day.- More than 47 % of NYCs residents over the age of 5 speak alanguage other than English at home.- An average of 4.9 million people ride the NYC subway eachweekday.- More than 12,700 licensed medallion taxis work the streets of NYC.- Approximately 790,000 companies operate in NYC.II_City Report
  8. 8. a_Major Economic Parameters - Unemployment rate (Nov. 2011)_ 8.9 % - Price inflation (2010-2011)_ +14 % - Rents (2010-2011)_ +5 % - Sectors with job gains (Nov. 2010-Nov. 2011)_ Professional & Business Services_ Educational & Health Services*_ leisure & Hospitality_ Trade, Transportation & Utilities_ Financial Activities_ Construction - Sectors with job losses (Nov. 2010-Nov. 2011)_ Government*_ Other Services_ Manufacturing_ Information_ Natural Resources and Mining* The educational and health services category in the private sector. Government includes public education and health services.III_Economic Report
  9. 9. a_FootprintIV_Preliminary program
  10. 10. a_Footprint continuedIV_Preliminary Program
  11. 11. a_TransportationNew York CityMetropolitanTransportationAuthoritySubway SystemMap Indicates Proposed SiteV_Site Plan
  12. 12. a_TransportationNew York CityMetropolitanTransportatidonAuthorityBus System Map Indicates Proposed SiteV_Site Plan
  13. 13. a_TransportationNew York CityMetropolitanTransportationAuthorityBrooklyn Bus SystemMap Indicates Proposed SiteV_Site Plan
  14. 14. b_Decision MatrixMatrixat: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0ApuNso4q1qbYdHBWWGdxZDRsYVU1cGNyT2dxVWVSUFE#gid=0V_Site Plan
  15. 15. a_22 Flushing_Brooklynb_5 West End_Manhattanc_666 1st Street_Manhattand_Quay Street_Brooklyne_5-0 46 Avenue_Queens B C E D AVI_Proposed Sites
  16. 16. a_22 Flushing Avenue_Brooklyn East of the East River in northwest Brooklyn Neighborhood: Brooklyn Navy Yard - densely populated - median age 29 years - known as Ex-New Yorks Navy YardVI_Proposed sites
  17. 17. a_22 Flushing Avenue_Brooklyn Transportation: - Bus station adjacent to the location (B57, B69, B62) District Zoning: - residential - commercial - mixed use - public and educational facilities - manufacturing - FAR (Floor Area Ration) 2.0 Amenities nearby: - Commodore Barry Park - Fort Greene Park - Brooklyn Public Library - Brooklyn Hospital Center - Pratt InstituteVI_Proposed sites
  18. 18. a_22 Flushing Avenue_Brooklyn Safety: - Violent crime is a risk here (6 on scale 1- 10), property crime is under the national average (3 on scale 1-10) www.bestplaces.com Natural factors: - ground: Terminal Moraine - hurricane flooding: zone A, highest risk, may experience flooding from ANY hurricane - climate warming: danger of flooding when sea level rises for 10 feet Price: 46 $ / sq.ft Plot size: 1543,330 sq. ft.VI_Proposed sites
  19. 19. b_5 West Avenue_Manhattan Highway on the west border of the suggested location Neighborhood: Upper West Side -densely populated -median age 38 years -known as home to city‘s cultural and artistic workersVI_Proposed sites
  20. 20. b_5 West Avenue_Manhattan Transportation: - subway stations nearby (line red, blue and orange) -Bus station adjacent to the location (M57) District Zoning: - residential - commercial - mixed use - public and educational facilities - manufacturing -FAR (Floor Area Ration) 10.0 Amenities nearby: - next to Riverside Park South - Central Park - Lincoln Center and NYC Public Library - vicinity of Theather District and Midtown - next to The Old Powerhouse - Terminal 5, Columbus Circle, Time Warner Center …VI_Proposed sites
  21. 21. b_5 West Avenue_Manhattan Safety: - Relatively safe, within the national average (4 on scale 1-10) www.bestplaces.com Natural factors: - ground: Metamorpic Rocks - hurricane flooding: zone B, may experience flooding from moderate (category 2 and higher) hurricane - climate warming: danger of flooding when sea level rises for 10 feet Price: 112 $/ sq.ft.Riverside Park South is next to the site and river Hudson Plot size:691, 095 sq.ft.VI_Proposed sites
  22. 22. c_666 1st Street_Manhattan Waterfront from the East River Neighborhood: Tudor City -densely populated -median age 35 years -known for Tudor City Residences and UN HeadquartersVI_Proposed sites
  23. 23. c_666 1st Street_Manhattan Transportation: -subway stations nearby (line violet) -Bus station adjecent to the location (M15, M42) -Grand Central Terminal District Zoning: - residential - commercial - mixed use - public and educational facilities - manufacturing Amenities nearby: - St Vartan‘s Park - NY Public Library - Tudor City - NYU HospitalVI_Proposed sites
  24. 24. c_666 1st Street_Manhattan Safety: - Relatively safe, within the national average (4 on scale 1-10) www.bestplaces.com Natural factors: - ground: Metamorpic Rocks - hurricane flooding: zone C, may experience flooding from major (category 3.5 and higher) hurricane -climate warming: danger of flooding if sea level rises for 10 feetThe plot with the UN HQ in the background Price: 123 $/ sq.ft. Plot size: 193,528 sq.ft.VI_Proposed sites
  25. 25. d_Quay Street_Brooklyn Neighborhood: Greenpoint -densely populated -median age 36 years -known for Little PolandVI_Proposed sites
  26. 26. d_Quay Street_Brooklyn Transportation: -subway stations nearby (line green) -Bus station nearby to the location (B24, B43) -Bike lanes a block away District Zoning: - residential - commercial - mixed use - public and educational facilities - manufacturing -FAR (Floor Area Ration) 3.0 Amenities nearby: - Bushwick Inlet - NY Public Library - McCarren Park - The Brooklyn Art LibraryVI_Proposed sites
  27. 27. d_Quay Street_Brooklyn Safety: - Violent crime is a risk here (5 on scale 1- 10), property crime is under the national average (3 on scale 1-10) www.bestplaces.com Natural factors: - ground: Terminal Moraine - hurricane flooding: zone A, highest risk, may experience flooding from ANY hurricane - climate warming: danger of flooding when sea level rises for 3 feet Price: 42 $ / sq.ft Plot size: 80,617 sq. ft.VI_Proposed sites
  28. 28. e_5-0 46th Avenue_Queens Neighborhood: Long Island City -densely populated -median age 32 years -known for Queensboro BridgeVI_Proposed sites
  29. 29. e_5-0 46th Avenue_Queens Transportation: -subway stations nearby (lines blue, orange, violet) -Bus station nearby to the location (B103) -Bike lanes nearby District Zoning: - residential - commercial - mixed use - public and educational facilities - manufacturing -FAR (Floor Area Ration) 2.0 Amenities nearby: - Cornell University - NY Public Library - Many Galleries -Goldwater Memorial Hospital -Gantry PlazaVI_Proposed sites
  30. 30. e_5-0 46th Avenue_Queens Safety: - Violent crime is a risk here (6 on scale 1- 10), property crime is under the national average (3 on scale 1-10) www.bestplaces.com Natural factors: - ground: Metamorphic rocks - hurricane flooding: zone A, highest risk, may experience flooding from ANY hurricane - climate warming: danger of flooding when sea level rises for 1 feet Price: 48 $ / sq.ft Plot size: 498,891 sq. ft.VI_Proposed sites
  31. 31. a_Communication - GoToMeeting - Skype - Google docs - Doodle - Tumblr (http://gudc2012nyc.tumblr.com/)b_Work plan - proceed towards package 2c_Software used - Photoshop - GoToMeeting - Skype - Google docs - Doodle - Tumblr (http://gudc2012nyc.tumblr.com/)VII_Tools report
  32. 32. a_Sources of funds_Expenditures VIII_Project financial report

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