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Tulsa ROI Training Presentation 111209

  1. 1. Envision Tomorrow: Return on Investment Model Tulsa, Oklahoma Training Presentation 2009
  2. 2. What is Prototyping? Approach used by innovation leaders around the world – IDEO approach: “Right, Rapid & Rough” – In developing prototypes “creating epiphanies and model building go hand in hand” – The Art of Innovation – "We make lots and lots of prototypes: the number of solutions we make to get one solution is quite embarrassing, but it's a healthy part of what we do." Apple Chief Designer Jonathan Ive
  3. 3. Prototyping is Like Using a Crash Test Dummy
  4. 4. Creating Building Prototypes: Envision Tomorrow Process Overview Building Development Scenario Evaluation Types Types Development
  5. 5. Creating Prototype Buildings Building Envelope and Financials Square Footage by Use Using ROI Model… Units Rents Sales Prices Costs …Create a Building Value Range of Buildings Employment Parking
  6. 6. Building Prototype Modeling
  7. 7. Prototype Examples Mixed-Use Residential Mixed-Use Residential Mixed-Use Rehabilitation 2 Story 4 Story Restaurant and Hotel Mixed-Use Office Mixed-Use Office 2 Story 4 Story
  8. 8. Prototype Library 250+ buildings and growing
  9. 9. ROI Model The ROI model is a way to physically and financially model potential development The goal is to model feasible development – or to see where existing regulations could be optimized
  10. 10. Overview Page
  11. 11. Physical
  12. 12. Parking Layouts
  13. 13. Parking Parameters
  14. 14. Financial
  15. 15. Detailed Financial
  16. 16. Summary
  17. 17. Brainstorm: Tulsa’s Prospective ROI Model Users and Uses Users Uses City of Tulsa Evaluate zoning code Universities Heath dept Business improvement Use together in a districts database format/ shared CDCs web Main Street program Educate users re needed Neighborhood associations incentives Property owners Assist in financing RE developers especially in MU Banks/lending institutions developments
  18. 18. Tulsa Example: 22 Prototype Buildings Original Standards New Standards Prototypes Prototypes Apartment Cottage Home Single Family Home 5-8K Lot Townhome Single Family Home 8-15K Lot Live / Work Neighborhood Grocery (1 Story) Business Park Neighborhood Retail (1 Story) Mid-Rise Business Park Mixed Use Apartments & Retail (2 Story) Retail Mall Mixed Use Retail & Office (2 Story) Strip Commercial Mixed Use Retail & Office (3 Story) Heavy Industrial Mixed Use Residential & Retail (4 Story) Light Industrial High Density Condo or Apartments (5 Story) Office Retail (3 Story) Office Retail (5 Story) Office Retail (10 Story)
  19. 19. New Prototypes: A Richer Palate The following prototypes were dubbed the “illegal” uses Under current regulations, they can’t really be built Have a broader range of uses and densities, tend to have smaller footprints, and have lower parking requirements
  20. 20. Prototype example Shuttered commercial building Parcel Size: 14,500 SQFT
  21. 21. Prototype example New mixed-use building: Three stories of residential over retail, parking in the back Total area: 37,000 sf Retail: 3,500 sf Residential: 11,000 sf (gross) per floor x 3 floors = 33,000 sf (gross) 32-36 total units (800 sf avg.) Surface parking: 33 stalls
  22. 22. Prototype example
  23. 23. Prototype example
  24. 24. Example: Cherry Street A close-up example along Cherry Street (HP-zoned properties are screened out) Cherry Street
  25. 25. Land values by square foot
  26. 26. Selected New Prototypes are applied to test whether redevelopment would occur under new zoning conditions
  27. 27. Property values that are low enough to be feasible will “tip”– indicating that regulatory improvements can help spur infill development
  28. 28. Count up potential development sites Acres Units Live Work 7 43 Condo/Apt 2.8 460 Mixed Use 1 50 Residential Office over 1.5 44,000 SQFT Retail Total 12.3
  29. 29. Vetting the Prototypes Each scenario indicates a different level of new investment the city will need Value of Total New Construction $14,000,000,000 $12,000,000,000 $10,000,000,000 $8,000,000,000 Value Added $6,000,000,000 from All $4,000,000,000 Construction $2,000,000,000 $0 C d p D ho en io io ar Tr ks ar en en or W Sc Sc
  30. 30. Vetting the Prototypes But Workshop, C, and D will see much greater volumes of development New Employment Construction (Square Feet) 12,000,000 Retail 10,000,000 8,000,000 Office 6,000,000 4,000,000 Industrial 2,000,000 (warehouse, flex space, 0 etc.) Trend Workshop Scenario C Scenario D
  31. 31. Vetting the Prototypes For example, mixed-use development accounts for nearly 50% of new investment in Scenario D Value added from mixed-use construction $14,000,000,000 $12,000,000,000 Value Added $10,000,000,000 from All $8,000,000,000 Construction $6,000,000,000 $4,000,000,000 Value Added $2,000,000,000 from Mixed-Use $0 Construction C d p D ho en io io ar Tr ks ar en en or W Sc Sc
  32. 32. Portland and the Envision Tomorrow Process Created 30 building prototypes Capacity analysis of Portland’s general plan is underway – Testing city redevelopment model assumptions – Comparing capacity with Metro’s 2035 forecast
  33. 33. Building Prototypes Grounded in Reality Eight Portland developer/expert interviews were used to calibrate the ROI Model Prototypes were created based on successful recent development in Portland
  34. 34. Mixed-Use Office (Small Lot) Office (Neighborhood) Residential (Point Tower) Residential (Small Units) Residential (Family-Sized Units) Residential (Small Lot) Residential (Perimeter Block) Live/Work
  35. 35. Residential Single Family (Infill and Multi-Lot Subdivision) Townhome Courtyard Housing Skinny House Apartment (Small Site) Neighborhood Corridor Apartments
  36. 36. Retail and Office High Rise Office Mid Rise Office Low Rise Office Rehab/Adaptive Reuse Small-Scale Retail Large Format/Big Box Retail
  37. 37. Industrial Flex Space Industrial (1- and 2-levels)
  38. 38. Portland Tipping Point Analysis Example: Gateway Area
  39. 39. < $750,000 per acre “Tipping Point” Redevelopment Opportunity Sites Parcels with assessed value of less than $750,000 per acre Approximately 50 acres
  40. 40. Between $750,000 and $1.2 “Tipping Point” million/acre Redevelopment Opportunity Sites Parcels with assessed value of between $750,000 and $1.2 million per acre Approximately 50 acres
  41. 41. > $1.2 million/acre “Tipping Point” Redevelopment Opportunity Sites Parcels with assessed value of more than $1.2 million per acre Approximately 150 acres
  42. 42. Making Residential Development Work in Gateway We looked at areas in the CX, RX and EX zones Types of feasible buildings given: – Current regulations – Market conditions
  43. 43. Prototypes Created four basic housing prototypes – 2 Story Residential – 3 Story Residential – 6 Story Residential – 10 Story Residential Rapid prototyping allows us to hone in on the variables that affect the feasibility of new development in the area
  44. 44. Sample Gateway Prototype: 6 Story Residential 85 units/acre; 1.67 FAR Option 1: Option 2: Option 3: Subsidy No subsidy; raise No subsidy; rents/sales prices reduce construction costs Rent $0.90/sf $1.18/sf (+31%) $0.90/sf ($700/month) ($902/month) ($700/month) Sales Price $151/sf $205/sf (+36%) $151/sf ($116,000/unit) ($157,000/unit) ($116,000/unit) Construction $100/sf $100/sf $67/sf (-33%) Costs Subsidy (total) $2.8 million $0 $0 Subsidy (per $33,000/unit $0 $0 unit)
  45. 45. Comparing Per Unit Subsidies by Prototype Subsidies required per unit increase significantly when building above 6 stories and wood frame construction is not possible $60,000 $51,000 $50,000 $41,000 $37,000 $40,000 $33,000 $30,000 $20,000 $10,000 $0 2 Story 3 Story 6 Story 10 Story
  46. 46. Conclusion: Even development at a lower scale than the zoning allows would significantly increase Gateway’s housing base For example, if the 3 story prototype was developed on the sites currently valued at less than $750,000/acre (about 50 acres of land within analyzed zones), about 2,500 new units could be developed
  47. 47. Guided Inputs Tulsa YMCA Adaptive Reuse Example