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Space 134 Vision Plan - 2016

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The updated 2016 Vision Plan for the Space134 Project. after conducting several public input events in 2015.

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Space 134 Vision Plan - 2016

  1. 1. 1 WWW.SPACE134.NET 2015. GLENDALE. CA
  2. 2. 01T H E S TO R Y 02T H E D I A L O G U E 03T H E V I S I O N 04T H E H E A R T 05T H E S O U L 06G E T T I N G A R O U N D 07 08 G E T T I N G F U N D I N G B U I L D I N G S PA C E 1 3 4 2
  3. 3. 3 01T H E S TO R Y
  4. 4. north southDOWNTOWN GLENDALE GENEVA BALBOA R D WHITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BRAND MARYLAND KENWOOD LOUISE JACKSON ISABEL HOWARD CENTRAL VERDUGO WASH 134 Freeway 134 Freeway BURBA N K PASA DEN A NO RTHEAST LO S ANGELESLO S ANGELES VERDUGO MOUNTAINS DOWNTOWN LOSANGELES SPACE 134 PROJECT SITE 4
  5. 5. 5 CAP PARK A public open space built over existing below-grade segments of a freeway DEFINITION
  6. 6. BRAND MARYLAND KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD LOUISE JACKSON GENEVA GLENDALE 134 FREEW AY VERDUGOWASH CENTRAL BALBOA PASADENA VERDUGO MOUNTAINS BU RBA N K LO S A N G ELES DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES N O RTHEA ST LO S A N G ELESR D WHITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6 Surrounded by residential buildings, the Neighborhood Park can provide open space areas for both active and passive recreational uses for the community. Neighborhood Park Proximate to the Downtown Business District, the Downtown Park can provide opportunities for cultural and entertainment programming and a regional transportation hub. Downtown Park 6
  7. 7. HollywoodBlvd CartonWay Canyon Dr North Van Ness Ave SunsetBlvd Harold Way Harold Way North Wilton Pl North St Andrews Pl FernwoodAve DeLongpre Ave FernwoodAve FountainAve Western Ave LexingtonAve Western Ave LaMiradaAve e Sa Oxford Ave North Serrano Ave Restaurant Terrace Amphitheater GrassArea Inn AmphitheaterBack ofHouse/Parking PicnicArea Restaurant/Terrace Pedestrian/BikeBridge GrassArea GrassArea GrassArea GrassArea DogPark Cafe SportsFields/Grass Area BaseballField Children'sPlayArea BasketballCourts CommunityCenter Terrace Terrace Pedestrian/BikeBridge Pedestrian/BikeBridge Pedestrian/BikeBridge DogPark ParkingEntry ParkingEntry Pedestrian/BikeBridge Pedestrian/BikeBridge Fountain Fountain Fountain Fountain Fountain GrassArea GrassArea HOLLYWOOD CENTRAL PARK Hollywood, CA 38 acres, 5,200 LF Proposed Proposed Proposed 101 FREEWAY CAP PARK Ventura, CA 5.7 acres, 1,500 LF PARK 101 Los Angeles, CA 34 acres, 3,000 LF KLYDE WARREN PARK Dallas, TX 5 acres, 1,200 LF OTHER CAP PARKS MEMORIAL PARK La Cañada Flintridge, CA 1.5 acres, 660 LF HANCE PARK Phoenix, AZ 29 acres, 2,700 LF FREEWAY PARK Seattle, WA 5.2 acres, 1,600 LF AUBREY DAVIS PARK Mercer Island, WA 32 acres, 2,800 LF 7
  8. 8. PROPOSED CAP PARKS BUILT CAP PARKS OTHER CAP PARKS IN THE UNITED STATES ROSE KENNEDY GREENWAY Boston, MA KLYDE WARREN PARK Dallas, TX HANCE PARK (RENOVATION) Phoenix, AZ FREEWAY PARK Seattle, WA AUBREY DAVIS PARK Mercer Island, WA WALTER P. REUTHER PARK Southfield, MI LEIF ERIKSON TUNNEL Duluth, MN BQGREEN DECK PARK Williamsburg, NY DUPONT CIRCLE PARK Washington, D.C. Philadelphia, PA Portland, OR St Louis, MO Cincinnati, OHDenver, CO WEST LOOP PARK Chicago, IL MEMORIAL PARK La Cañada Flintridge, CA TERALTA PARK San Diego, CA HOLLYWOOD CENTRAL PARK Hollywood, CA 101 FREEWAY CAP PARK Ventura, CA PARK 101 Los Angeles, CA TONGVA FREEWAY CAP Santa Monica, CA SR-94 FREEWAY San Diego, CA 8
  9. 9. SPACE 134 WILL TRANSFORM 0.70 MILES ABOVE THE 134 FREEWAY INTO 24 ACRES OF OPEN SPACE IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN GLENDALE. THIS RESULTS IN: OVERVIEW Better Park Distribution New Connections City of Glendale Reconnecting the neighborhoods north and south of the 134 Freeway. Connecting to the broader network of open space via the adjacent Verdugo Wash. Strengthening transit connections to the greater Los Angeles area. Increasing local and regional accessibility and quality of life for Glendale residents. Project Site 134 Freeway Open/Park Space 1/4 and 1/2 Mile Radius 3.35 - 6.67 Less Populated Areas More Populated Areas 0.64 1 1,000 residents 1,000 residents 1,000 residents acres of parkland acres of parkland acre of parkland Health/Environmental Benefits New park space in Downtown Glendale will promote active lifestyles, improving public health. A freeway cap will reduce pollution and enhance air quality, reduce runoff, and encourage biodiversity. Klyde Warren Cap Park (Dallas, TX) Estimated Impacts 1-9W W W. S PA C E 1 3 4 . O R G 69% 65kGALLONS Temp Reduction Outdoor Activity Stormwater Intercepted Recommended Distribution: 9
  10. 10. Acquiring land for public purposes in Glendale is increasingly expensive and could cost about $10 million per acre1 , which is a sizable portion of the cost of a similarly-sized cap park. There are few available sites in downtown Glendale that could be used for a major urban park. There may be funding at the regional, State, and Federal level that could be accessed to build a cap park. There are also opportunities to secure non-tax funding from development impact fees, philanthropy, and revenue generated at the park itself. A new open space and a highly-amenitized park in place of the 134 Freeway is likely to increase property values and will strengthen Glendale’s regional position. Space 134 and the associated transit hub could attract new visitors to Glendale, increase how long they stay, and encourage repeat visits, supporting local businesses and increasing tax revenues to support City services. Affordable AlternativeAvailable Funding Value Creation Visitation & Spending 0% 10% 20% 30% Nationwide Avg. High Line Millenium Klyde Warren Rose Kennedy Park-Related Property Value Premiums2 Annual Park Visitation 2 Premiums on property adjacent to a high- quality park vs. similar properties. 1 Cost estimate per acre is from CoStar ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES The High Line, New York City Photo Credit: Iwan Baan 0 1m 2m 3m 4m 5m G rand Park H igh Line M illenium K lyde W arren R ose K ennedy 10
  11. 11. PHASE 1 VISIONING PHASE 2 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PHASE 3 PROJECT ENGINEERING PHASE 4 FUNDING & CONSTRUCTION Space 134 envisioned as part of Downtown Specific Plan (2006) $200,000 SCAG grant awarded for developing planning studies and community outreach for Space 134 Engineering analysis and technical studies $125,000 Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) grant awarded for developing a vision for Space 134 Glendale City Council endorses Space 134 Vision Plan Glendale Beautiful, September 9 Finalize project designs Funding – Metro, Caltrans, Federal Grants Construction begins on the Downtown component of Space 134 Environmental Impact Report Project Approval 2006 2012 2013 2014 2016 - 2017 2015 2020+ TIMELINE Green Streets Outreach Event, October 17 Tropico Halloween Spooktacle, October 31 Presentation Event R.D. White Elementary School Meeting, September 26 Glendale community helps envision the Space 134 Plan at the following presentations and events: Continue to build support 11 Earth Day @ 134, May 2 Business Mixer @ the Alex Theatre, June 24 Parks and Open Space Foundation, July 22
  12. 12. 12 02T H E D I A L O G U E
  13. 13. After five community events, two presentations, and an online poll, we received over 1,700 responses about how to design Space 134 CREATIVE OUTREACH 13
  14. 14. THE COMMUNITY WOULD LIKE TO SEE* Trees Green More Parks Kids’ Spaces Farmers Market Community Service Native Landscaping Activities Family Friendly Active Transportation Housing for Disabled Protect wildlife Grass Organic Food Store Water Park Playgrounds Fitness Stations Parking Bike Lanes Play Areas Great Ideas Gardens Housing Trails Verdugo Wash Fresh Air More Color Cultural Events Dog Park Spot for Babies Vegetation Charging Stations Programs for Disabled People Pedestrian Lights at Intersections Water the Trees Too narrow To Clear CarsParking Options - Free Bicycle Parking Workers During the Day and Night Nature Park To Be Built No More High Rises Bike Trails Soccer Greenery Programs Bike Racks No more high rises Love the Idea of a Park Above the Freeway Protect the Furry People Whose Space We’ve Taken Away Open Air Activities All of the Above Park Benches Great Crosswalks Recreational Area Arcades More Shade Clean Transit System Less Buildings Slow Traffic Drought Tolerant Landscaping Workshops Less Lights Special Events Notices in the Paper Dial-a-Ride NothingPlants Arts & Culture Cafes More Housing Art Opportunities 14*Answers on this page are from Earth Day, May, 2015
  15. 15. 130 132 143 160 170 170 170 211 211 219 Walking Trail Children’s Play Area Nature Park Farmers Market Bicycle Station Concert/Event Space Sculptures Fitness Equipment Restaurant Community Garden TOP 10 DESIRED PARK USES “What programing would you like to see incorporated into Space 134?” 15 from 2015 Outreach Events
  16. 16. COMMUNITY TAKEAWAYS Bike Station Wi-Fi Service Bike Share Station Cafe Transit Card Sales Outlet ADA Accessible Restrooms Real-Time Arrival Information Information Kiosk Carpool/Vanpool Pick-Up/Drop-Off Zones Build Artful Spaces Embrace Nature Make It Active Celebrate Glendale 30% 28% 26% 16% 30% 29% 21% 14% 6% 45% 43% 37% 20% 14% 2% 50% 26% 19% 5% Park Design Funding Park Programs Other Factors* Support Regardless All of the Reasons Below Improved Regional Recognition Increased Foot Traffic Increased Ability to Attract and Retain Employees Some Other Factor* No Benefit Walking/ Running Bicycling Driving Transit Taken from Earth Day @ 134 May 2, 2015 Taken from Business Mixer June 24, 2015 Taken from R.D. White Elementary School Meeting September 26, 2015 Taken from Business Mixer June 24, 2015 Taken from R.D. White Elementary School Meeting September 26, 2015 The Support for Space 134 Depends on: People Would Like to Access Space 134 by:Economic Reasons Why Space 134 Would Benefit Glendale: Top 10 Transit Amenities that Space 134 Supporters Want: The Concept for Space 134 should be: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 16 * For detailed survey results see: http://www.space134. net/p/community-input. html * For detailed survey results see: http://www.space134. net/p/community-input. html
  17. 17. Overall Project Approval: New Transit Desired for Space 134: SUPPORT 76% 17% 7% UNSURE NOT SUPPORT COMMUNITY TAKEAWAYS LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT 30% METRO RAPID BUSES 23% BUS RAPID TRANSIT 22% 22% 3% NOOPINION Not Interested In New Transit 17 Taken from R.D. White Elementary School Meeting September 26, 2015 Taken from Business Mixer (June 24, 2015) & R.D. White Elementary School Meeting (September 26, 2015)
  18. 18. 18 03T H E V I S I O N
  19. 19. BRAND LOUISE JACKSON GENEVA GLENDALE 134 FREEW AY VERDUGOWASH CENTRAL 19 MARYLAND KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD SPACE 134 GOALS Reconnect North and South Glendale Create Green Open Space Incorporate and Respect the Environment Ensure Accessibility and Usability for Everyone Enhance the Local and Regional Economy Prioritize Mobility for All Users Showcase Downtown Glendale as the Hub of Activity, Creativity, and Excitement
  20. 20. MARYLAND KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD BALBOA GLENDALE 20 BRAND LOUISE JACKSON GENEVA CENTRAL 134 FREEW AY VERDUGOWASH DESIGN CONCEPT NATURE Mountains & valleys Verdugo Wash Open space in north Glendale Native wildlife and plantings GREEN LOOP URBAN Downtown Glendale High residential population Local and regional destinations Culturally diverse SPACE 134
  21. 21. SPACE 134 CONCEPT DESIGN BRAND LOUISE JACKSON GENEVA 134 FREEW AY VERDUGOWASH CENTRAL 21 GLENDALE BALBOA MARYLAND KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD “Where Nature Meets the City” connects the gaps between the more suburban north Glendale and the urbanized south Glendale, with potential connections to the Verdugo Wash and the ample natural open spaces in the Verdugo Mountains — which is less than three miles away from Space 134, an easy distance to cover by bicycle.
  22. 22. Community Space Concert/Event Space Farmers Market Transit Amenities Fitness Equipment Community Garden Sports Courts Dog Park Food Trucks Walking Trails Great Lawn Coffee Kiosk Bicycle Station Nature Park Children’s Play Area Sculptures Restaurant/Cafe PARK USES CONCEPT HEART Civic & Downtown Events Festivals Transportation SOUL Neighborhood-Oriented Picnics Gardens Play Courts BRAND LOUISE JACKSON GENEVA 134 FREEW AY VERDUGOWASH CENTRAL 22 GLENDALE BALBOA MARYLAND KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD
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  24. 24. BRAND LOUISE MARYLAND 134 Freeway CENTRAL SANCHEZ GOODE The “heart” of Space 134: more regional in character, the design of this space responds to the vibrancy of Downtown Glendale and invites everyone to participate. THE HEART 1 2 3 4 5 4. WALKING TRAILS Well-shaded, curvilinear pathways lined with garden flowers, trees, and seating areas as part of the “Green Loop”. 3. CONCERT/EVENT SPACE Active space for events such as festivals and music performances, featuring a great lawn. Large scale art and regional destinations happen here. 1. MEETING CENTER/ PAVILION Regional or local destination for meetings, lectures, weddings, and other events. Large scale art and regional destinations happen here. 2. RESTAURANT/CAFE Small restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. May allow for performances and other small events. 5. FOOD TRUCKS Active and fun community space with flexible spaces for food trucks. Large scale art and regional destinations happen here. 24
  25. 25. BRAND LOUISE 134 Freeway CENTRAL DORAN SANCHEZ GOODE THE HEART 6 7 9 8 10 9. MOBILITY HUB Space where cyclists can rent, park, repair, and/ or learn about bicycles and bicycling in Glendale, and where other mobility choices are based. 8. TRANSIT AMENITIES Space with transportation amenities such as rail or bus stops that allow for convenient mode transfers. 6. FARMERS MARKET Active and fun community space with flexible spaces for food markets that sell local farm products and goods. 7. COFFEE KIOSK Small cafe kiosks with outdoor seating. 10. NATURE PARK Pathways and spaces lined with native plants and trees for passive recreation. 25 MARYLAND
  26. 26. BRAND FACING WEST 26
  27. 27. 27 05T H E S O U L
  28. 28. DORAN 134 Freeway JACKSON GENEVA BALBOA Verdugo Wash THE SOUL The “soul” of Space 134: more passive in character, the design of this space first and foremost serves the needs of the surrounding residential community. 11 12 13 14 15 12. CONCERT/EVENT SPACE Gardening area for local community members to plant their own fruits or vegetables. Active space for community events such as festivals and music performances. 11. FITNESS EQUIPMENT 14. COMMUNITY CENTERLow-impact exercise machines built with all- weather construction safe for people of all ages. Local destination for meetings, lectures, weddings, and other events. 15. SPORTS COURTS Sports courts that serve the recreational needs of the local community. 28 LOUISE 13. COMMUNITY GARDEN KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD
  29. 29. 134 Freeway LOUISE JACKSON GENEVA THE SOUL DORAN 18. CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA 20. CONCERT/EVENT SPACE 17. DOG PARK Space designed for children of all ages, to be creative and have fun. Active space for community events such as festivals and pick-up sports games. Small area for dogs to exercise and play. 16. FITNESS EQUIPMENT 19. SCULPTURES Low-impact exercise machines built with all- weather construction safe for people of all ages. Artistic elements that can be touched and interacted with, which are reflective of Glendale’s character. 1918 16 17 20 22 2321 21. NATURE PARK Pathways and spaces lined with native plants and trees for passive recreation. 22. WALKING TRAILS Well-shaded, curvilinear pathways lined with garden flowers, trees, and seating areas as part of the “Green Loop”. 23. COMMUNITY CENTER Local destination for meetings, lectures, weddings, and other events. BALBOA 29 KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD
  30. 30. GENEVA FACING WEST 30
  31. 31. CITY SOUTH CITY NORTHURBAN PATHWAY OPEN LAWN Available Freeway Road Capacity Will be Studied in Detail in Later Project Phases CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA FLOWER BED PEDESTRIAN/ BICYCLE LANE “GREEN LOOP” GENEVA BALBOA BRAND MARYLAND KENWOOD VERDUGO WASH 134 Freeway 134 Freeway LOUISE JACKSON ISABEL HOWARD CENTRAL SECTION FACING WEST 31
  32. 32. 32 06G E T T I N G A R O U N D
  33. 33. PC: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority PC:Lo s A ngeles County Metropolitan Transit A u thority TRANSIT IN GLENDALE PC : Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Autho rity PC: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority 1968 1992 2014 PC:LosAngelesCountyMetropolitanTransitAuthority CurrentIn 2014, Metro completed a study for a Countywide Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system with the goal to improve travel time and schedule reliability. The North Hollywood to Pasadena corridor was highly recommended for BRT, and a feasibility and operational design assessment is currently underway. This would connect the North Hollywood Metro Station to the City of Pasadena via the 134 Freeway. By integrating transit into Space 134, residents and visitors will receive a greater range of efficient mobility options. A rapid transit line between the San Fernando Valley, Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena has been studied for decades. 33
  34. 34. CONNECTING REGIONALLY ...BRT buses travel on a fully-dedicated right-of-way to avoid traffic congestion. “BRT” buses have similar benefits as Rapid buses, but... Lower floors & fewer stops mean shorter travel times by as much as 29 percent. Bus signal priority over other vehicles. “LRT” uses dedicated rail lines as opposed to being confined to surface streets, which often decreases travel times compared to Rapid buses and BRT buses. Integrating Transit into Space 134 For Space 134, new transit mobility enhancements may include bus rapid transit or light rail with a station in the freeway median or stops at- grade on Goode Avenue and Sanchez Drive. All-Day Rapid Bus Bus Rapid Transit Light Rail Transit 34
  35. 35. BRT/LRT TO NORTH HOLLYWOOD BRT/LRT TO PASADENA METRO RAPID (780) TO PASADENA METRORAPID(780)TOHOLLYWOOD METRO/BEELINE BEELINE STOCKER WILSON COLORADO BROADWAY BROADWAY GLENOAKS GOODE 134 FREEWAY PACIFIC LOUISE JACKSON KENWOOD GENEVA MARYLAND COLUMBUS DRYDEN STOCKER LEXINGTON CALIFORNIA WILSON HARVARD GLENDALE 134 FREEWAY SANCHEZ BRAND CENTRAL RE TAIL CO RE 3/4-MILE(15MINUTEWALK) HOWARD ISABEL Regional BRT or LRT would connect to local buses & shuttles at Space 134 BRAND CENTRAL GOODE SANCHEZ OPTION 1 Enhanced BRT along surface streets with stops on Goode Avenue and Sanchez Drive between Central Avenue and Brand Boulevard OPTION 2 LRT or BRT along the 134 Freeway median with station terminus open- ing onto Brand Boulevard, serving also as a potential mobility hub 1 1 2 CONNECTING LOCALLY Potential Mobility Hub Elements A full-service bikestation with bike repair, rental, secure storage and shower facilities A bikeshare (short-term rental) pod A transit (TAP) card sales outlet Pick-up and drop-off zones or “kiss-and-ride” curb space Taxi/shared-ride stands Electric vehicle parking and charging stations Dedicated carpool/vanpool parking Carsharing services Information kiosks with trip planning information A café and/or market with wireless internet, restrooms 35 1 WHAT IS A MOBILITY HUB? Mobility hubs are inter-modal transit stations that offer a range of transportation options for its users. The concentration of services has the benefit of seamless transferring between different modes.
  36. 36. 07G E T T I N G F U N D I N G 36
  37. 37. CAPITAL FUNDING PHILANTHROPIC RESOURCES PUBLIC RESOURCES LAYERED RESOURCES In most cases, capital funding requires a mix of public and private funding, with deck infrastructure funded publicly, and the surface park and amenities drawing heavily from private sources. Philanthropy, as in the case of Klyde Warren Park, can kick-start the park development process, and will be essential to creating a high-quality park, as there are limited sources of public funds for open space improvements. Funds for the deck structure could come from a variety of public sources, but will require extensive grassroots efforts in Sacramento and Washington, D.C. to demonstrate Space 134’s wide-ranging community benefits. Successful implementation will require local government to leverage public-private partnerships. To revitalize an unsuccessful, publicly-funded freeway cap, an organization in Phoenix plans to privately fund a new signature park. $0 $50m $100m $150m $200m $250m Private Public-Private Public HanceMilleniumKlyde Warren 32 AC21 AC5 AC $0 $50m $100m $150m $200m $250m $300m $350m Private Public-Private2 Public Hance1 MilleniumKlyde Warren $0 $50m $100m $150m $200m $250m $300m $350m Private Public-Private2 Public Hance1 MilleniumKlyde Warren 1 Includes HR&A estimates for 2014 Hance Park Master Plan redesign. 2 Includes value capture methods. Deck Infrastructure Costs and Funding Park Construction Costs and Funding 3 Only deck structure costs. Assumes sustained Federal funding to Caltrans at 2015 levels. $0 $5b $10b $15b $20b $25b $30b Local/Regional State Federal CaltransTotal California Trans. Funding Space 134 Deck Costs Other 20-Year Federal Highway Funding for California* $92 billion Calif. Transportation Funding (2015) Space 134 as a Share of Anticipated Federal Highway Funds for California (2015-2035) Space 134 would be about 0.5% of CA’s Federal transportation allotment over the next 20 years.3 Philanthropy as Share of Park (not Cap) Costs 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% R ose K ennedy Y erba B uena H ance Park D iscovery G reen St.Louis C ity A rch M illennium K lyde W arren OtherPhilanthropy Illustrative Space 134 Capital Funding $25m $150m Philanthropy Other Federal, State & Local Partner- ships Value Capture $50m $75m $100m $125m $200m Philanthropy & public- partnerships may cover between 20-30% of Space 134’s total capital costs. BUILDING A CAP PARK 37
  38. 38. OPERATIONAL FUNDING ONGOING SUPPORT EARNED REVENUE CAPABLE GOVERNANCE Highly-programmed, signature downtown parks require significant annual operating funding, ranging from $250,000-$750,000 per acre, and earned income rarely exceeds 20 percent of total expenses. In addition to annual fundraising, private organizational support will be essential to ensure a high-quality park and continued maintenance, operations and engaging programming. Active park elements like cafes and spaces for events can help subsidize a small portion of park operation costs, but it will be important to balance active elements with community-serving passive park spaces. The long-term sustainability of Space 134 will require significant governance and operating resources, which may mean a public- private partnership and continued City support from discretionary or dedicated funds. OPERATING A CAP PARK $0 $100k $200k $300k $400k $500k $600k $700k $800k H ance (32 A C ) R ose K ennedy (30 A C ) B rooklyn B ridge (85 A C ) D iscovery G reen (12 A C ) Y erba B uena (5 A C ) M illennium (21A C ) K lyde W arren (5 A C ) Weighted Average $340k Annual Operating Costs, per Acre Signature Urban Park Operating Resources Philanthropy Earned Income Public (City) B rooklyn B ridge (85 A C ) D iscovery G reen (12 A C ) Public Klyde Warren Public Millennium Discovery Green 13% 15% 72% 7% 56% 37% 38% 41% 21% Factors for Determining Philanthropic Support Illustrative Space 134 Earned Income $0 $100k $100k Cafe FoodTrucks Program s and Events Restaurant $200k $300k $400k $500k $600k $700k $800k $900k $100k Earned revenue from Space 134 may cover between 10-15% of the full park’s annual operating costs. Public-private partnerships and earned income may cover between 20-30% of Space 134’s Phase 1 & 2 annual operating costs. $100k $250k $2.5m $500k $750k $1.0m $1.5m $2.0m Earned Income Other Federal, State & Local Partner- ships, & Philan- thropy Value Capture Illustrative Space 134 Operational Funding Regional Philanthropic Capacity Fundraising Ability Park Programming and Amenities 38
  39. 39. 08B U I L D I N G S PA C E 1 3 4 39
  40. 40. GENEVA BRAND VERDUGO WASH 134 Freeway 134 Freeway LOUISE JACKSON CENTRAL CONSTRUCTION PHASES Phase One Phase One Size: Approx. 4 Acres Length: Approx. 0.2 Miles Future Phases Future Phases Size: Approx. 20 Acres Length: Approx. 0.5 Miles 40 BALBOA MARYLAND KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD
  41. 41. Start with your existing freeway Build support walls Span the walls with support beams Cap the freeway with a deck Finally, build your park! BUILDING SPACE 134 41
  42. 42. 42Image taken from the Klyde Warren Park YouTube Channel START WITH YOUR EXISTING FREEWAY
  43. 43. 43 BUILD SUPPORT WALLS Image taken from the Klyde Warren Park YouTube Channel
  44. 44. 44 SPAN THE WALLS WITH SUPPORT BEAMS Image taken from the Klyde Warren Park YouTube Channel
  45. 45. 45 CAP THE FREEWAY WITH A DECK Image taken from the Klyde Warren Park YouTube Channel
  46. 46. 46 FINALLY, BUILD YOUR PARK! Image taken from the Klyde Warren Park YouTube Channel
  47. 47. BRAND LOUISE JACKSON GENEVA BALBOA GLENDALE CENTRAL 134 FREEW AY VERDUGOWASH WWW.SPACE134.NET City of Glendale Team Alan Loomis, AICP, Deputy Director for Urban Design and Mobility Michael Nilsson, AICP CTP, Senior Mobility Planner Juan Gonzalez, Neighborhood Services Supervisor Darlene Sanchez, Principal Economic Development Officer Philip Lanzafame, Chief Operating Officer of GEDC/Director of Community Development Sandra Rodriguez, Program Coordinator Consultant Team Melani Smith, AICP, Principal, Meléndrez Amber Hawkes, AICP, Associate Principal, Meléndrez Kelly Majewski, Associate Principal, Meléndrez Shannon Davis, Senior Associate, Meléndrez Alexander Jung, Urban Designer, Meléndrez David Koo, Urban Designer, Meléndrez Abraham Sheppard, Urban Designer, Meléndrez Mengyaun Jin, Landscape Designer, Meléndrez Ruoyi Peng, Landscape Designer, Meléndrez Amitabh Barthakur, AICP, Partner, HR&A Advisors, Inc. Remy Monteko, Director, HR&A Advisors, Inc. Benton Heimsath, Analyst, HR&A Advisors, Inc. Thomas Jansen, Senior Analyst, HR&A Advisors, Inc. Steve Boland, Senior Associate, NelsonNygaard Consulting Associates Jano Baghdanian, Principal, JB Associates Transportation Consultants Grantor Southern California Association of Governments Marco Anderson, Senior Regional Planner India Brookover, Assistant Regional Planner 47 MARYLAND KENWOOD ISABEL HOWARD
  48. 48. 48 WWW.SPACE134.NET

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