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Madison Park and Tropical Foods plan for Dudley Square commercial development: Parcels 9 and 10.

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  1. 1. Madison Park Development Corporation and Tropical Foods International present…
  2. 2. Madison Tropical parcel 10 proposal
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION AND KEY TEAM MEMBERSFirm Role / ResponsibilityMadison Park Development Corporation (MBE) Master DeveloperTropical Foods International (Roxbury-Based) Development Partner / Business OwnerDHK Architects (MBE) Master Planner and Architect, Bldgs B & CHoward/ Stein-Hudson Associates (Boston-Based) Traffic EngineerNext Street Financial (Roxbury-based) Business Strategy ConsultantsCWC Builders Cost EstimatingKlein Hornig (Boston-Based) Legal Services to MPDC and Partnership
  4. 4. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT The first 10 years… Madison Park III Haynes House Smith House Madison Park IV Beryl Gardens
  5. 5. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT The next 30 years… Interfaith School House Orchard Gardens School House Ruggles Shawmut
  6. 6. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENTCommunity Action, Arts and Culture Arts and Culture Community Action
  7. 7. MADISON PARK DEVELOPMENT Commercial Properties 184 Dudley Street 2451 Washington StreetHibernian Hall
  8. 8. PROJECT GOALS Generate local jobs & wealth creation opportunities for Roxbury residents Provide access to new products, services and affordable, healthy food Retain & enhance a neighborhood icon: Tropical Foods Supermarket Create a vibrant and contextual multi-use development Establish a pedestrian friendly environment
  9. 9. Tropical foods Supermarket
  10. 10. Who……a 40 year old, Roxbury-based, family-owned supermarket. 2010 Sales Stats - Over $14 million in sales - 650,000 customers - Majority of customers from Roxbury and Dorchester areas of Boston
  11. 11. Employment stats Roxbury Dorchester Jamaica Plain
  12. 12. Procurement stats Tropical Foods 2009 & 2010 Local Purchasing: $5,222,317 Metro Boston (13.45%) Boston Roxbury Roxbury Chelsea (35.83%) Boston Roxbury (13.25%) Chelsea Everett Chelsea Everett (18.73%) Boston Rest of Metro Boston Everett (18.74%)
  13. 13. What……a new and improved grocery store. Current Store Proposed Store Size 8,500sf 18,000sf Registers 9 14 Parking 80 112 Frozen Food Coolers 20 60 Deli no yes Fresh Fish no yes Bakery no yesExpanded sections include:• Produce• Meat• Dairy• Healthy foods• 30-40 new jobs created
  14. 14. When… …Now.
  15. 15. PLANNING AND DESIGN
  16. 16. PROJECT CHARACTERISTICS• Urban Redevelopment• Mixed Use• Retail - 42,000 SF• Office & Warehouse - 30,000 SF• Residential - 75,000 SF (66 Units)• Midrise - 5 stories
  17. 17. SITE CHARACTERISTICSExisting buildings & site
  18. 18. DESIGN APPROACH- Anchor corners of site with buildings- Create access points between buildings- Organize site interior around a main pedestrian spine
  19. 19. Rebuild the urban streets • Maintain scale & character of urban context • Active street level uses • Create a rich aesthetic with a variety of colors, textures, and building facades • Re-establish street wall
  20. 20. GATEWAY TO DUDLEY SQUARE- Emphasize massing at corner of Washington & Melnea Cass- Five stories- Architectural treatment of the corner
  21. 21. New MIXED-USE BUILDING
  22. 22. ENHANCE PRESENCE OF TROPICAL FOODS - New, enlarged building - Dramatic new image - Much improved functionality - Much improved access
  23. 23. ENHANCE PRESENCE OF TROPICAL FOODS
  24. 24. ENHANCE PRESENCE OF TROPICAL FOODS
  25. 25. HISTORIC RENOVATION OF 2101 WASHINGTON STREET- Adaptive reuse- Revitalized image- Restoration and renovation of facades
  26. 26. HISTORIC RENOVATION OF2101 WASHINGTON STREET
  27. 27. Williams Street perspective
  28. 28. PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT- Integrated with the neighborhood- Sidewalk continuity- Connected to public transportation- Designed to accommodate bicycles
  29. 29. Pedestrian environment
  30. 30. Pedestrian environment
  31. 31. Pedestrian environment
  32. 32. Pedestrian circulation
  33. 33. Access to public transportation
  34. 34. Connected to bike paths
  35. 35. Vehicular CIRCULATION AND PARKING - Convenient vehicular access - Adequate parking for all users - Service access
  36. 36. Neighborhood traffic patterns
  37. 37. Next Street FinancialMission Statement - Provide strategic advice and access to capital to small businesses in urban markets - Headquartered in Dudley Square, RoxburyProposed involvement in Parcel 10 - Business recruitment, marketing and outreach - Capacity building program - Identification and packaging of financial solutionsTrack-record working with Roxbury-based businesses - Roxbury Technology Corporation - Davis Funeral Home - Brothers Supermarket - United Housing Management - Be Our Guest Party Rentals - Boston Neighborhood Network - Crispus Attucks Children’s Center - Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center - Thomas Construction - City Fresh Foods - A Nubian Notion, Inc. - Madison Park Development Corporation
  38. 38. Economic development & wealth creation Total Development Cost is $44 million Local Job Creation • Projected Construction jobs – 443 • Projected Permanent jobs – 145 FTE • Training/career development opportunities Small Business Development • Expanding local businesses • Providing financing and technical assistance
  39. 39. Commercial componentCommercial Program Summary Projected #Building Use Size of businessesBuilding A Supermarket 40,000 GSF 1Bldg B/C Retail Space 26,000 GSF 4-8Bldg B Office Space 11,000 GSF 1-3Outdoor Plaza Area Cart Vendors NA 2-5Total 77,000 GSF 10-24
  40. 40. Housing componentParcel 10 - Proposed Residential Rent Rates Gross Rent Rate Affordability LevelBuilding # of units % of total 1 BR 2 BR by incomeBldg B/C 7 11% 30% of income* 30% of income* Formerly homelessBldg C 27 41% $1,085 $1,300 $40,000-$52,000Bldg B 14 21% $1,162 $1,327 $47,000-$61,000Bldg B 18 27% $1,450 $1,900 Market RateTotal 66 100%* Section 8 units
  41. 41. Financial PARTNERSProposed project financing includes debt, equity and subsidy funding provided by: – Madison Tropical development team – Eastern Bank, Bank of America, Boston Capital – Mass Housing Investment Corp., MassDevelopment – Neighborworks Capital – City of Boston DND, Commonwealth of Mass DHCD
  42. 42. COMMUNITY PROCESSOutreach to key stake-holders:• Local residents• Local businesses• Community organizations• Commercial district customers
  43. 43. Why madison tropical? Development team experience and track-record in Roxbury Confirmed partnership agreement between Madison and Tropical Local job & wealth creation opportunities Access to new products, services and affordable, healthy food Realistic and financially feasible development plan Construction start date one year from designation

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