Public Presentation VI: Greening DeKalb

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Public Presentation VI: Greening DeKalb

  1. 1. GREENING DEKALB
  2. 2. Existing Park Existing Kittredge Park
  3. 3. Plan of Park + Boulevard X Park Extensions and Connections
  4. 4. Existing Pedestrian Network Existing Pedestrian Network
  5. 5. Proposed Pedestrian + Bicycle Network Proposed Vehicular, Pedestrian, and Bicycle Network
  6. 6. Plan of Regional Bus Route Map Proposed Bus Network
  7. 7. I-85 Improvements Proposed I – 85 Improvements
  8. 8. Curb Cuts North Druid Hills Rd Curb Cuts
  9. 9. Rendering of BLVD at grade before North Druid Hills Rd: Existing
  10. 10. Rendering of BLVD at grade after North Druid Hills Rd: Proposed
  11. 11. Impervious Surfaces Map Impervious Surfaces
  12. 12. Target Aerial Before Existing Target Parking Lot
  13. 13. Target Aerial After Improved Design and Performance Standards
  14. 14. Evolution Since July
  15. 15. Park Extension into Executive Park - Before Kittredge Park: Existing
  16. 16. Park Extension into Executive Park - After Proposed Kittredge Park Extensions
  17. 17. Rendering of the Stream at Executive Park Before Existing Stream
  18. 18. Rendering of the Stream at Executive Park After Proposed Parkland
  19. 19. Renderings from Executive Park
  20. 20. Rendering from Sembler
  21. 21. Enhanced I-85 Intersections: 1 Existing Conditions: I - 85 Access
  22. 22. Enhanced I-85 Intersections: 2 Improved I - 85 Access
  23. 23. Enhanced I-85 Intersections: 3 Improved I - 85 Access
  24. 24. Enhanced I-85 Intersections: 4 Improved I - 85 Access and Site Circulation New Traffic Lights
  25. 25. BLVD Plan (keep?)BLVD Section (keep?) Proposed Boulevard: Plan
  26. 26. Boulevard Perspective Perspective Drawing of Proposed Boulevard and Service Lanes
  27. 27. Boulevard Illustrations: Tree Locations Proposed Boulevard: Plan
  28. 28. Boulevard Illustrations: left turn Roundabout vs. Typical Intersection
  29. 29. Intersection Roundabout Proposed Roundabout
  30. 30. Intersection Underpass and Roundabout Proposed Roundabout with Underpass
  31. 31. Roundabout Aerial Image Before Intersection of North Druid Hills and Briarcliff Rds
  32. 32. Roundabout Aerial Rendering After w/ underpass Roundabout Intersection at North Druid Hills and Briarcliff Rds
  33. 33. Roundabout Rendering: Before Intersection of North Druid Hills and Briarcliff Rds
  34. 34. Roundabout Rendering: After Roundabout Intersection at North Druid Hills and Briarcliff Rds
  35. 35. Plan of Regional Bus Route Map Proposed Bus Network
  36. 36. Bus Map: Regional
  37. 37. Bus Map: Regional and Local
  38. 38. Bus Stop Plan Perspective Drawing of Bus Turn-Off
  39. 39. Final Protection for 1-family house development 1 Protection for Single Family Residences
  40. 40. Final Protection for 1-family house development 2 Protection for Single Family Residences
  41. 41. Final Protection for 1-family house development 3 Protection for Single Family Residences
  42. 42. Final Protection for 1-family house development 4 Protection for Single Family Residences
  43. 43. Tower coverage 8% Maximum 8% coverage by tall buildings
  44. 44. Sembler edges Protection for Single Family Residences
  45. 45. Parking Standards - Before Existing Parking Lot
  46. 46. Parking Standards - After Rendering of Proposed Parking Lot Regulations
  47. 47. Estimated Public Realm Improvement Costs TAD Improvement Costs • Kittredge Park Improvements: $10 – $20 million • New Parkland: $15 – $20 million • Burying Utility Lines: $15 - $25 million • Boulevards: $50 – $60 million • Street, Pedestrian, Bike Network: $40 – $50 million • I-85 Access Improvements: $5 – $10 million Total Costs: $135 – $185 million + allocation for affordable and workforce housing
  48. 48. How TADs Work TAD Explain Tax Allocation District (TAD)
  49. 49. Community Improvement District (CID) • Participating property owners agree to voluntary surcharge on property taxes • Funds raised through surcharge are used to pay for operating and maintenance costs
  50. 50. Existing Conditions Existing Conditions
  51. 51. Phase III Northern Quadrants Street Network: Proposed
  52. 52. Greening 2 Greening DeKalb
  53. 53. Final Rendering Before Current Intersection of Briarcliff and Sheridan Rds
  54. 54. Final Rendering After Future Intersection of Briarcliff and Sheridan Rds

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