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Clean Rivers, Clean Lake 8 -- Menomonee Valley 2012 -- Laura Bray

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Clean Rivers, Clean Lake 8 -- Menomonee Valley 2012 -- Laura Bray

  1. 1. 200 years ofhistory in 2 minutes
  2. 2. A vibrant marshland becomes….
  3. 3. An economic powerhouss, which becomes…
  4. 4. A damaged and underutilized wasteland.
  5. 5. New Infrastructure
  6. 6. 300 Acres ofBrownfields Redeveloped
  7. 7. P&HRexnord/ Palermo Derse Falk Villa Ingeteam Stadium Ahern Parking Caleffi Lots Charter Badger Wire Railing Taylor Suzy’s
  8. 8. 4,700 New Jobs to Valley
  9. 9. 10 Million Visitors
  10. 10. Every $1of public sector funding…
  11. 11. Has already leveraged$3.75 of private investment
  12. 12. 1,00,000 SF SustainableDevelopment
  13. 13. 229% Increase inAssessed Value Since 2003
  14. 14. 14 miles of theHank Aaron State Trail
  15. 15. 415,000 people live within three miles,100,000 of which are under 18.
  16. 16. Nancy Aten
  17. 17. Circa1940s 2010 .Constructi on
  18. 18. Circa1940s 2010 .Constructi on
  19. 19. 45 acres ofnative plants
  20. 20. Nancy Aten
  21. 21. Nancy Aten
  22. 22. Tactics andGuiding Principles
  23. 23. 1. Visionary Planning Public / Private Partnership National Design Competition Design Charrettes Market Analysis Land Use 100 years from now…
  24. 24. Grounded in Integrated Approach. “It should be illegal to implement solutions that solve only one problem.”
  25. 25. To revitalize theMenomoneeValley for thebenefit ofthe entireMilwaukeecommunity
  26. 26. 2. Set Goals, Objectives and Standards 200 Developable Acres 5,000 Family-Supporting Jobs Quantified Potential $4 Million in Property Taxes 70 Acres of Park and Trails
  27. 27. Development Objectives • Development Objectives for Job Density • Sustainable Design Guidelines • Recruitment for High Growth Companies
  28. 28. Development Objectives MVIC Goals MVIC now Manufacturing use Preferred → All Number of fulltime equivalent jobs* 1,294 → 1,302 Number of acres 59 → 52 FTE Jobs/Acre* 22 → 24 FTE Jobs/1000 SF* 1.5 → 1.52 Annual projected wage and salary/acre* 538,193 → 1,062,564 Building/land coverage ratio 0.33 → 0.37Incremental evaluation of goals.
  29. 29. 3. Engaging Community and Offering Senseof Discovery
  30. 30. Demonstration projects.
  31. 31. 4. Value Added After the Deal is Done
  32. 32. • Help businesses grow in place• Build business to business connections• Connect businesses to resources• Create a sense of neighborhood• Create new amenities
  33. 33. Building connection to place.
  34. 34. Tactics and Principles in Practice
  35. 35. Example: Menomonee Valley Industrial Center
  36. 36. A TRADITIONAL RESPONSE Piped System = Higher Infrastructure Costs Individually Planned Sites = Unorganized and Auto-Oriented Traditional Ponds and Storm BMP’s = Lower Development Yield and “unusable spaces No park or open space amenityplan comparison STORMWATER PARK- A MULTIFUNCTIONAL APPROACH Surface System = Limited Subsurface Pipe Denser Developments= Walkable Environment No “wasted” space for Stormwater Management= Higher Development Yield for Property Owners Park creates an attractive amenity for neighborhood
  37. 37. The Work Ahead
  38. 38. 1. Valley 2.0
  39. 39. Valley 2.0 – The Physical Side
  40. 40. Valley 2.0 – The Human Side
  41. 41. 2. Menomonee Valley – From the Ground Up Transforming a 24-acre brownfield… Looking Forward The Next Decade of Transformation
  42. 42. Photo credit: Photographer Eddee Daniel
  43. 43. MILLER PARK 35th Street27th Street Menomonee River
  44. 44. MILLER PARK 35th Street Menomonee River
  45. 45. …into a 24-acre park with amile of public access alongthe Menomonee River
  46. 46. Designed to teach.Designed to improve environmental conditions on land and in water.
  47. 47. WisDOT as partner. Worked within systems to supportlandscape restoration and habitat creation as project goal.
  48. 48. University teams (MIAD and UWM) participate in Student work inform the final design led by Uihlein Wilson the “Living Building Challenge” Architects. Ground Breaking
  49. 49. Laura BrayMenomonee Valley Partners, Inc.414-274-4654laura@renewthevalley.orgRenewTheValley.orgTHANK YOU!

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