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Lathrop Revitalization: July 30th Presentation

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Lathrop Revitalization: July 30th Presentation

  1. 1. Open House July 30, 2013
  2. 2. Open House Agenda Lathrop Homes Revitalization Community Meeting July 30, 2013 6:00- Sign-In 6:30- Welcome/Review of Planning Process 6:45- Presentation of Proposed Plan 7:30- Q&A 8:00- Open House 9:00- Adjourn
  3. 3. Original Project Timeline
  4. 4. Stakeholder Interviews February 2011 Planning Process Kick-Off Meeting November 16, 2011 Community Workshop #1 December 8, 2011 Community Workshop #2 December 10, 2011 Community Workshop #3 December 13, 2011 Community Open Houses November 2012 Community Meeting July 2013 Lathrop Community Meetings (over 600 participants)
  5. 5. November Community Meetings
  6. 6. Agencies or Units of Government 1. The Mayor’s Office 2. Alderman Moreno 3. Alderman Waguespack 4. Chicago Department of Transportation 5. Illinois Historic Preservation Agency 6. Chicago DHED 7. Chicago Park District 8. The Landmarks Division 9. ACHP 10. MWRD Community Groups 1. Lathrop Working group 2. Lathop residents (Resident Academy) 3. Hamlin Park Neighbors 4. Landmarks Illinois 5. Lathrop Homes Advisory Council 6. Logan Square Neighborhood Association 7. Preservation Chicago 8. Roscoe Village Neighbors 9. West DePaul Neighbors 10. Wrightwood Neighbors 11. South Lakeview Neighborhood Association 12. Lakeview Citizens’ Council Organizations Consulted on Lathrop (To date)
  7. 7. The November Surveys
  8. 8. 3 Concepts
  9. 9. “T”-Building – Conceptual Renovation Plan
  10. 10. The Lathrop Master Plan
  11. 11. Lathrop Schedule Going Forward (From today to delivery of the first unit) CHA Senior Present Revised Master Plan 2013 201620152014 Planned Development Application Secure All Financing Sources Initiate Financial Commitments Obtain Building Permits Construction Start First Units Delivered
  12. 12. Open House Agenda Lathrop Homes Revitalization Community Meeting July 30, 2013 6:00- Sign-In 6:30- Welcome/Review of Planning Process 6:45- Presentation of Proposed Plan 7:30- Q&A 8:00- Open House 9:00- Adjourn
  13. 13. 1. Landmarks/Illinois Historic Preservation Agency/ACHP 2. Chicago Park District 3. Chicago Department of Transportation 4. Chicago Department of Housing and Economic Development The Proposed Master Plan Parameters (With support for Implementation)
  14. 14. JULIA C. LATHROP
  15. 15. Historic Lathrop Rendering
  16. 16. Lathrop Historic Buildings Retained • Multiples of each housing type • 14 out of 17 on the north • Both sides of Diversey Parkway • The Powerhouse • The Great Lawn
  17. 17. The Jensen Plan and the Great Lawn
  18. 18. ILLUSTRATIVE MASTER PLAN Potential Public Park
  19. 19. Access and Mobility Improvements at Lathrop Clybourn Bike Lanes New Vehicular Routes New Pedestrian Crosswalks Riverfront Trail
  20. 20. Street and Intersection Improvements Street Alignment New Traffic Signal Potential intersection enhancements • Modify traffic signal operation • Add left and/or right turn lanes • Eliminate some parking • Zebra striped crosswalks
  21. 21. CHA Senior Housing • 92 dwelling units on 1.05 acres (87 du/acre) • Not part of the Lathrop RFQ • Owned jointly by CHA and a private investor • Master plan proposes changes to its parking lot
  22. 22. Lathrop’s Land Area Gross Site Area 39.6 acres Streets and ROWs (7.54 acres) Net Site Area (w/ CHA Senior) 29.06 acres CHA Senior (1.05 acres) LCP Net Area 28.01 acres LCP Net Area (43,560 SF/acre) 1,220,115.6 SF (Not updated to reflect current master plan)
  23. 23. As-Of-Right Zoning District: RT4 LCP Net Area (43,560 SF/acre) 1,220,115.6 SF FAR of 1.2 1,464,138.72 MLA of 1,000 SF/dwelling 1,220 units Lathrop Zoning (A Planned Development based on As-of-Right Zoning)
  24. 24. Lathrop will be a Planned Development (PD) 1. Ensure adequate public review of major development proposals 2. Encourage unified planning and development 3. Promote economically beneficial development patterns compatible with the character of existing neighborhoods 4. Ensure a level of amenities appropriate to the nature and scale of the project 5. Allow flexibility in the application of selected use, bulk and development standards in order to promote creative building design and high-quality urban design; and 6. Encourage protection and conservation of natural resources. (The purposes of a PD are listed below)
  25. 25. Lathrop Redevelopment Density (Total Dwelling Units) 0 92592 0 1116 120080040092 CHA Senior 0 1220+/-40092 LATHROP RFQ PRE-REDEVELOPMENT THE CURRENT MASTER PLAN DHED RT-4 ZONE CHA Senior CHA Senior Public Housing Unrestricted and AffordablePublic Housing Unrestricted and AffordablePublic Housing
  26. 26. Residential Land Uses Unrestricte d Income Affordable Public Housing Total Dwelling Units 504 212 400 1116 % 45% 19% 36% 100% Lathrop Community Partners LCP Parking Total Parking Ratio (Space/DU) 0.67 Parking Spaces 752
  27. 27. Income Mix at Comparable CHA Transformation Sites (Total Dwelling Units) Income Unrestricted Affordable Public housing 10% Near North Side (Cabrini) CHA Senior Near West Side (ABLA/Roosevelt Square) Lathrop (LCP only) 20% 30% 40% 50%
  28. 28. Residential Land Uses Unrestricte d Income Affordable Public Housing Total Dwelling Units 504 212 400 1116 % 45% 19% 36% 100% Lathrop Community Partners LCP Parking CHA Senior Housing Total Dwelling Units 92 % 100% CHA Senior Parking Total Parking Ratio (Space/DU) 0.67 Parking Spaces 752 Total Parking Ratio (Space/DU) 0.30 Parking Spaces 28
  29. 29. Non-Residential Land Uses Non-Residential Use Retail Community Uses Area 25,000 SF T.B.D. Non-Residential Parking Parking Ratio (Space/1,000 SF) 4.0 T.B.D. Parking Spaces 100 T.B.D.
  30. 30. On-Street Parking North of Diversey Leavitt 92 Clybourn 54 Total 146 South of Diversey Parker Drummond 37 Shubert/Sealy 76 Total 113
  31. 31. • Having enough amenities to attract residents in all income categories • Adding the right mix of uses in order to reduce driving and congestion • Zoning flexibility to support proposed housing innovations The Development Challenges
  32. 32. “Knowns” • CHA Senior building to remain • Incomes are mixed across the site • Accessibility requirements will be met • New buildings will be 2 to 8 stories, except iconic building • Iconic building is also mixed income • Overall schedule going forward LCP Master Planning Assumptions “TBD” • Family relocation plans • Project phasing • Building or unit design • Tenant selection plan • The level of amenities
  33. 33. The Proposed Master Plan
  34. 34. ILLUSTRATIVE MASTER PLAN
  35. 35. ILLUSTRATIVE MASTER PLAN T-Building Plaza Diversey Crosswalk Schubert Square Powerhouse Plaza
  36. 36. HOW DO WE POSITION LATHROP TO SUCCEED?
  37. 37. A WATERFRONT NEIGHBORHOOD Riverside Park Schubert Square Powerhouse Plaza
  38. 38. VIEW LOOKING NORTH TO RIVER EDGE PARK FROM DIVERSEY BRIDGE
  39. 39. FARMERS’ MARKET AT “SCHUBERT SQUARE”
  40. 40. A RANGE OF ACTIVITIES AT “POWERHOUSE PLAZA”
  41. 41. PRESERVED AND TRANSFORMED
  42. 42. VIEW OF “U BUILDING” ON CLYBOURN AVENUE
  43. 43. VIEW OF “U BUILDING” ON CLYBOURN AVENUE
  44. 44. VIEW OF “T BUILDING” ON CLYBOURN AVENUE
  45. 45. VIEW OF TYPICAL HISTORIC REHAB INTERIOR
  46. 46. VIEW OF THE GREAT LAWN
  47. 47. WELCOMING AND CONNECTED
  48. 48. ILLUSTRATIVE MASTER PLAN – NORTH OF DIVERSEY – T-BUILDING
  49. 49. VIEW AT CLYBOURN, HOYNE & GEORGE
  50. 50. TRANSFORMED T-BUILDING AT CLYBOURN, HOYNE & GEORGE
  51. 51. NIGHT VIEW AT STAIRWELL
  52. 52. NIGHT VIEW OF STAIRWELLS
  53. 53. FAMOUS NAMES FROM THE LATE 1930’S Aviators Charles Lindbergh Amelia Earhart Admiral Richard Byrd Scientists Enrico Fermi J. Robert Oppenheimer Authors John Steinbeck JRR Tolkein Margaret Mitchell Films Casablanca Wizard of Oz Musicians Duke Ellington Cab Calloway Fletcher Henderson Billie Holiday Count Basie Cole Porter George & Ira Gershwin Fats Waller Tommy Dorsey Dizzy Gillespie Nat King Cole Hoagy Carmichael Desi Arnaz World Leaders Mahatma Gandhi Winston Churchill Franklin Delano Roosevelt Actors Betty Davis Frank Sinatra Fred Astaire Gary Cooper Gene Kelly Harpo Marx Harry Houdini Jimmy Cagney Louis Armstrong Rita Hayworth Clark Gable Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy Judy Garland Shirley Temple Carmen Miranda Fighters Joe Louis Jack Dempsey Athletes Joe DiMaggio Jesse Owens Babe Ruth Artists Walt Disney Ansel Adams Frida Kahlo Diego Rivera
  54. 54. DIVERSEY CORRIDOR
  55. 55. VIEW LOOKING WEST ON DIVERSEY PARKWAY
  56. 56. ILLUSTRATIVE MASTER PLAN – SOUTH OF DIVERSEY
  57. 57. SCHUBERT CORRIDOR – BLUE STREETS
  58. 58. SCHUBERT CORRIDOR
  59. 59. VIEW LOOKING WEST TOWARD “SCHUBERT SQUARE”
  60. 60. DRUMMOND PLACE SOUTH TO POWERHOUSE PLAZA
  61. 61. VIEW OF “POWERHOUSE PLAZA”
  62. 62. SUSTAINABLE AND AFFORDABLE
  63. 63. BIG IDEAS WE ASPIRE TO District Energy and Geothermal Net-Zero Energy Ready Housing District Graywater System (Chicago First) LEED-Neighborhood Development - Gold or Platinum (Chicago First)
  64. 64. Lathrop’s Walk-To Amenities (Improving on a current Walkscore of 90) Goods and Services Community Services Coffee Shop Elementary School Restaurant Library Discount Retail Day Care Specialty Grocer Pharmacy Parks and Recreation Big Ideas in Green Tot Lot Boat Launch Dog Park Car Sharing Community Garden Blue Streets Farmer’s Market Transit Shuttle
  65. 65. CTA Discounting Clybourn Bike Lane (A bike highway to the Loop) Divvy Bike Station A Fleet of Share Cars A Transit Shuttle Big Ideas for Mobility Innovation
  66. 66. Big Ideas for Housing Innovation Live Work (Zero commute) Housing Car-Free Housing Blue Street Your car needs space too
  67. 67. A WATERFRONT NEIGHBORHOOD PRESERVED AND TRANSFORMED WELCOMING AND CONNECTED SUSTAINABLE AND AFFORDABLE+
  68. 68. THE MOST INTERESTING PLACE TO LIVE IN CHICAGO
  69. 69. Next Steps and Partnerships (the team to make Lathrop Chicago’s best neighborhood) Partner Topic Strategy Alderman Moreno Live work Live work/car free Housing Alderman Waguespack Congestion Reducing need for cars, MX, mobility DHED/Zoning PD Flexibility Parking retail, smaller units & LW, share CPD Stormwater Parks can filter stormwater CDOT/MWRD Blue Streets Streets can celebrate stormwater ComEd Energy District Smart grid, distributed generation CTA Mobility Transit passes, enhanced shuttle, bus, taxi IHPA Historic Credits Support design refinement MPC/Illinois/MWRD Water efficiency Graywater, purple pipe Residents/Community Groups Amenities Community building, farmer’s market Working group Advisory Roll up our sleeves!
  70. 70. Thank You
  71. 71. Open House Agenda Lathrop Homes Revitalization Community Meeting July 30, 2013 6:00- Sign-In 6:30- Welcome/Review of Planning Process 6:45- Presentation of Proposed Plan 7:30- Q&A 8:00- Open House 9:00- Adjourn
  72. 72. Questions and Answers
  73. 73. Open House Agenda Lathrop Homes Revitalization Community Meeting July 30, 2013 6:00- Sign-In 6:30- Welcome/Review of Planning Process 6:45- Presentation of Proposed Plan 7:30- Q&A 8:00- Open House 9:00- Adjourn
  74. 74. Take photo of the room next week Be a Tourist at Lathrop
  75. 75. Adding the Right Mix of Amenities
  76. 76. Locating Amenities to Make Lathrop a Great Place

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