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Waco Committee Meeting Presentation 071509 Short

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Waco Committee Meeting Presentation 071509 Short

  1. 1. Waco 2050 Plan A Vision for the Heart of the City July 2009
  2. 2. Presentation Overview • National trends • Approach • Existing conditions • Waco’s trends
  3. 3. People Turning 65 in Year Thousands 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Year 2012 1996-2025 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 People Turning 65 Annually 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
  4. 4. Growth in Households without Children Household Type Share With Children 12% Without Children 88% Single-Person 34% Source: Adapted and extrapolated by Chris Nelson from Martha Farnsworth Riche, How Changes in the Nation's Age and Household Structure Will Reshape Housing Demand in the 21st Century, HUD (2003).
  5. 5. Approaching labor shortages 2.0 Annual change in US working age population Average annual job creation since WWII 1.5 (in millions) 1.0 0.5 0.0 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 2050 Source: TIP Strategies; US Bureau Labor Statistics; US Census Bureau
  6. 6. The future will not be like the past, nor the present
  7. 7. Strong forces will put a premium on: 1. Energy efficient, sustainable cities 2. Shorter trips 3. Effective transit 4. Great livability 5. More options for travel, housing and work
  8. 8. Many cities will compete to be great places to live & work Amenities near work Open Spaces and Parks
  9. 9. The Emerging American Vision
  10. 10. Where does Waco fit in? • Study area covers 5,000 acres • Streets, Brazos River, etc. use 1,505 acres • Over 25% of useable land is vacant
  11. 11. Land Use Interstate 35 Baylor University US Highway 84 Franklin Avenue S 17th St /S 18th St US Highway 77/ /La Salle Ave
  12. 12. McLennan County’s Population 250000 3 2.5 200000 2 150000 1.5 1 100000 0.5 50000 0 0 -0.5 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Population Annual % Change
  13. 13. ALL SCENARIOS POINT TO SIGNIFICANT WACO GROWTH: ROUGHLY 100,000 TO 135,000 FROM 2050 Waco MSA Population Projections 2001-2050 Perryman’s Projection for 2050: 365,028 Perryman’s Projection for 2035: 314,417 Moody’s Projection for 2050: 337,251 Moody’s Projection for 2035: 300,989 Census 2008 estimate: 230,213 Census 2000 population: 213,517 SOURCE: Census, Moody's Economy.com, TX Department of State Health Services, Perryman Associates 14
  14. 14. Demographics – Age (2007) 85 years and over 75 to 84 years 65 to 74 years 55 to 64 years 45 to 54 years 35 to 44 years 25 to 34 years 15 to 24 yeas 5 to 14 years Under 5 years 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30%
  15. 15. Waco has a wide range of household types 9% 37% Married-couple familes Other families 32% People living alone Other nonfamily households 22%
  16. 16. “Not Just Another Planning Process” • Inclusive of diverse population • Include people of all ages • Include both small and large households • Broad public outreach
  17. 17. Information Gathering and Kick-off Meeting Get to know the city through the eyes of Waco residents. Economic assessment Land use: Visual analysis of land use types Housing: Housing market analysis
  18. 18. Community Leader Interviews • 25 In-Depth Interviews – Community Cross-Section: – Business – Property owners – Neighborhoods – Faith-based organizations – University
  19. 19. Project Approach • Capturing the community’s vision • Public outreach and involvement • Visioning workshops • Technical analysis and communication • Assessing the economic picture • Integrating transportation sustainability & livable streets • Strategies for implementation • Develop a monitoring program
  20. 20. Workshops & Open Houses
  21. 21. Workshop Game Pieces or “Chips”
  22. 22. Workshop Video
  23. 23. Workshops Generate Buzz in Traditional Media and New Media
  24. 24. Planning: Traditional Approach The Present The Future
  25. 25. Scenario Approach Plausible stories about the future
  26. 26. Develop a Range of Scenarios A B C D
  27. 27. What happens after the workshop? Each table’s plan is analyzed… ….and all notes and comments are recorded
  28. 28. GIS Analysis Each map was photographed, digitized, and entered into GIS
  29. 29. North Tulsa Stable Single Family
  30. 30. Project Approach • Capturing the community’s vision • Public outreach and involvement • Visioning workshops • Technical analysis and communication • Assessing the economic picture • Integrating transportation sustainability & livable streets • Strategies for implementation • Develop a monitoring program
  31. 31. Warehouse Rehab Existing 2-story warehouse just near downtown Tulsa
  32. 32. Warehouse Rehab Serves as a great base for additional housing, retail, and business space.
  33. 33. Warehouse Rehab Designed to include Total bldg area: 52,700 sf (gross) Ground level retail: 6,000 sf Residential: 46,700 sf (gross) • 3 Live/work (townhouse units) • 36 apartments (flats) Surface parking: 20 spaces
  34. 34. Prototype example
  35. 35. Prototype example
  36. 36. Big-Box Retail Rehabilitation Abandoned big-box retail store site Site size: 360,000 Square Feet
  37. 37. Big-Box Retail Rehabilitation
  38. 38. Assessed Value per Acre Interstate 35 Baylor University US Highway 84 Franklin Avenue S 17th St /S 18th St US Highway 77/ /La Salle Ave
  39. 39. The power of successful prototypes Example: Zupan’s grocery store in Portland, Oregon
  40. 40. The power of successful prototypes Example: Zupans Grocery store in Portland, Oregon Was the original redevelopment project in an up-and-coming neighborhood It served as an anchor and catalyst for additional housing projects
  41. 41. The power of successful prototypes #1
  42. 42. The power of successful prototypes #2 #1
  43. 43. The power of successful prototypes #2 #1 #3
  44. 44. Subsequent development and revitalization has taken place throughout the neighborhood.
  45. 45. Urban Design
  46. 46. Scenario D: Town Center
  47. 47. Implementing New Street Choices • Designing streets to serve adjacent land use “One Size Does Not Fit All” Employment Town Regional Center District Residential Center Neighborhood Commercial Corridor Main Street Commercial Mixed Use Industrial Residential Street Street Street Street
  48. 48. The Pearl/Flora Intersection
  49. 49. Integrating Transportation
  50. 50. Amenities
  51. 51. Project Approach • Capturing the community’s vision • Public outreach and involvement • Visioning workshops • Technical analysis and communication • Assessing the economic picture • Integrating transportation sustainability & livable streets • Strategies for implementation • Develop a monitoring program
  52. 52. Strategic Action • Overall Vision and Plan • But also a strategic set of actions • Look for results in 2-5 years – Private Sector Partnerships – Investments – Regulations that work • Financing Plan • Transportation System
  53. 53. Waco 2050 Plan A Vision for the Heart of the City Advisory Committee Meeting July 2009

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