GCC Funder Network
GCC Advisory Board
International Boulevard, Oakland                                                 AfterBeforeSiteSit #1 – 22nd and I t     ...
TOD Market Demand
TOD Market Demand
TOD Market Demand
TOD Market Demand
TOD Market Demand
TOD Market Demand
TOD Market Demand:Drivable Sub-urban VS Walkable Urban Homes•   Schools: Among best in nation       •   Schools: Among wor...
Infrastructure Costs           VS                       •   Schools: Among worst in nation                       •   Zillo...
Bay Area Burden
Bay Area Burden: San Mateo & Santa Clara Counties
February 23, 2013
I.     Intro to the Grand Boulevard InitiativeII.    ECHO IIII.   MTC Climate InitiativesIV.    TIGER II   I. Complete Str...
• Collaboration of  governmental entities  and stakeholders to  achieve a shared vision  for El Camino Real  corridor• Reg...
• 43 miles long, one mile wide  Daly City to San Jose• 425k population• Connects San Francisco  Peninsula downtowns• Trans...
Development       constrained by           waterDevelopment constrained  by terrain
*Doesn’t include regional shopping centers
Making the case for transformation
1. Estimate of Potential Growth on the   Corridor.2. Provide Examples of Transformational   Projects.3. Measure the Fiscal...
300,000                  240,264                                                                           246,231250,000 ...
Broader range of housing types for changingdemographics in the counties.
Assumes        $400,000one-acre               $350,000parcel withlow-density    $300,000retail use     $250,000generating ...
• Average 45 du/acre, at a range of densities• 900-2,000 acres of land needed, 3-9% of  corridor
14-18 DU/AC – 3 stories, dense detached       20-25 DU/AC – 2+ stories, attached     townhomes, tuck-under parking        ...
42 DU/AC – 3-4 stories, senior housing    62 DU/AC – 4 stories, flats over semi-sunk        flats, surface parked         ...
2-3 story townhomes
3-4 story stacked flats
5-6 story stacked flats
Making the Last Mile  Connection”TDM Strategies:• Car Share• Vanpool• Telework &  Flex Schedules• Marketing• Bike Sharing
“Making the Last Mile Connection”Goals• Change travel habits away from personal cars  to other transportation• Increase mo...
Removing Barriers to Sustainable Communities
Federal Grant: $1,097,240(Total Project Cost: $1,703,290)• Partners: SamTrans, C/CAG, VTA• Goals:   1. Designing El Camino...
Design El Camino Real as safe and efficientfor all users
• 25% – 65% preliminary engineering designs• Document process of transforming State  highway into Complete StreetDaly City...
Evaluate the state of readiness of infrastructure     Identify infrastructure needs and costsDevelop strategies to finance...
Addressing barriers to transformation
Case studies  → Identify common themes       → Guidance for the Corridor
• Mission St• Draft General Plan: higher density,  mixed-use development• Adjacent single-family neighborhoods• Public rea...
• Diffuse retail and auto-  oriented strip pattern• Concentration of auto uses –  urban design impacts• Topography• Small ...
• Positive frontage• Small lot development• Respect & preserve  neighborhoods• Strip to nodal retail  development• Brandin...
• 14-acre site(s) owned  by city• Busy intersection• Specific plan• Creation of new  activity node• Centennial way
• Current market conditions• Loss off RDA  –   Site control  –   Financing  –   Build value over time  –   Roadway and oth...
• Economic case for retaining assets post-  redevelopment• Long-term vision and shorter term feasibility
•   Smaller city•   Downtown & Caltrain•   Surface parking lots•   No center of activity•   Belmont Village    Zoning in p...
• Small, irregular sites and  fragmented parcel  ownership• Aging infrastructure and  associated costs• Zoning barriers• L...
•   Align plans and policies with market forces•   Zoning supportive of GBI vision•   Ground-floor retail vs. focused acti...
• General Plan focus area• Gateway to Castro                            • New BRT                              service    ...
• Extremely small  and shallow lots• Fragmented  ownership• Under-parked sites• Adjacent single-  family  neighborhoods
•   Small parcel development•   Creative parking solutions•   Incentives for property owners•   Creating linkages to downt...
website
How do we track progress toward theGBI vision?   What is being built in the corridor ?What is happening in my city inrelat...
• Originally gathered from many  sources• Maintained mostly by the  Working Committee• Not yet exhaustive, but this is the...
Centennial Way Linear Park       South San FranciscoEl Camino Real/Downtown Vision Plan         City of Menlo Park        ...
Kate White         Initiative Officer, Great Communities Collaborative                     The San Francisco Foundation   ...
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real
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Creating great neighborhoods along el camino real

  1. 1. GCC Funder Network
  2. 2. GCC Advisory Board
  3. 3. International Boulevard, Oakland AfterBeforeSiteSit #1 – 22nd and I t d International ti l 11 Site Sit #1 – 22nd and I t d International ti l
  4. 4. TOD Market Demand
  5. 5. TOD Market Demand
  6. 6. TOD Market Demand
  7. 7. TOD Market Demand
  8. 8. TOD Market Demand
  9. 9. TOD Market Demand
  10. 10. TOD Market Demand:Drivable Sub-urban VS Walkable Urban Homes• Schools: Among best in nation • Schools: Among worst in nation• Zillow Value: $1,194,000 • Zillow Value: $1,950,000• Sq Ft: 4254 • Sq Ft: 3400• Lot: 43,560 • Lot: 1597• Walk Score: 18 of 100 • Walk Score: 89 of 100• $/sq foot: $281 • $/sq foot: $574 $/Ft Value Comparison: 2:1
  11. 11. Infrastructure Costs VS • Schools: Among worst in nation • Zillow Value: $1,950,000 • Sq Ft: 3400 • Lot: 1597 • Walk Score: 89 of 100 • $/sq foot: $574
  12. 12. Bay Area Burden
  13. 13. Bay Area Burden: San Mateo & Santa Clara Counties
  14. 14. February 23, 2013
  15. 15. I. Intro to the Grand Boulevard InitiativeII. ECHO IIII. MTC Climate InitiativesIV. TIGER II I. Complete Streets Case Studies II. Infrastructure & Financing Study III. ECHO IIV. Activity Along the Corridor WebsiteVI. GBI Award Winners
  16. 16. • Collaboration of governmental entities and stakeholders to achieve a shared vision for El Camino Real corridor• Regional opportunity for sustainable growth• Increase travel and mobility options
  17. 17. • 43 miles long, one mile wide Daly City to San Jose• 425k population• Connects San Francisco Peninsula downtowns• Transportation infrastructure and service• Low density development – not easy to walk
  18. 18. Development constrained by waterDevelopment constrained by terrain
  19. 19. *Doesn’t include regional shopping centers
  20. 20. Making the case for transformation
  21. 21. 1. Estimate of Potential Growth on the Corridor.2. Provide Examples of Transformational Projects.3. Measure the Fiscal and Economic Benefits of Infill Development.
  22. 22. 300,000 240,264 246,231250,000 190,395200,000 138,543150,000 107,135 98,849100,000 89,270 57,355 45,071 50,000 39,147 - Greenbelt Alliance FOCUS PDAs GBI Baseline GBI Moderate GBI Enhanced Households Jobs
  23. 23. Broader range of housing types for changingdemographics in the counties.
  24. 24. Assumes $400,000one-acre $350,000parcel withlow-density $300,000retail use $250,000generating $200,000$300/sf is $150,000converted to $100,0003-4 storyhousing or $50,0005-6 story $-housing use. Low Density 3-4 Story 5-6 Story Retail Housing Housing Sales Tax Property Tax
  25. 25. • Average 45 du/acre, at a range of densities• 900-2,000 acres of land needed, 3-9% of corridor
  26. 26. 14-18 DU/AC – 3 stories, dense detached 20-25 DU/AC – 2+ stories, attached townhomes, tuck-under parking townhomes, underground parking25-35 DU/AC – 3-4 stories, stacked attached 30-40 DU/AC – 3 stories, stacked flats townhomes, tuck-under parking over underground parking (horiz. M.U.)
  27. 27. 42 DU/AC – 3-4 stories, senior housing 62 DU/AC – 4 stories, flats over semi-sunk flats, surface parked concrete podium 70-85 DU/AC – 6-8 stories, flats over 100+ DU/AC – 10-16 stories over 2-4 levels structured parking/ground floor retail of structured parking/g.f. retail
  28. 28. 2-3 story townhomes
  29. 29. 3-4 story stacked flats
  30. 30. 5-6 story stacked flats
  31. 31. Making the Last Mile Connection”TDM Strategies:• Car Share• Vanpool• Telework & Flex Schedules• Marketing• Bike Sharing
  32. 32. “Making the Last Mile Connection”Goals• Change travel habits away from personal cars to other transportation• Increase mobility options
  33. 33. Removing Barriers to Sustainable Communities
  34. 34. Federal Grant: $1,097,240(Total Project Cost: $1,703,290)• Partners: SamTrans, C/CAG, VTA• Goals: 1. Designing El Camino Real as a Complete Street 2. Economic/Housing Study - Phase II 3. Infrastructure and Financing Study
  35. 35. Design El Camino Real as safe and efficientfor all users
  36. 36. • 25% – 65% preliminary engineering designs• Document process of transforming State highway into Complete StreetDaly City South San Francisco San Bruno San Carlos
  37. 37. Evaluate the state of readiness of infrastructure Identify infrastructure needs and costsDevelop strategies to finance the infrastructureneeded to serve planned growth Infrastructure financing options
  38. 38. Addressing barriers to transformation
  39. 39. Case studies → Identify common themes → Guidance for the Corridor
  40. 40. • Mission St• Draft General Plan: higher density, mixed-use development• Adjacent single-family neighborhoods• Public realm investments• Transit-rich
  41. 41. • Diffuse retail and auto- oriented strip pattern• Concentration of auto uses – urban design impacts• Topography• Small fragmented parcels• Zoning does not encourage intensification• Weak identity/ “brand”
  42. 42. • Positive frontage• Small lot development• Respect & preserve neighborhoods• Strip to nodal retail development• Branding the corridor
  43. 43. • 14-acre site(s) owned by city• Busy intersection• Specific plan• Creation of new activity node• Centennial way
  44. 44. • Current market conditions• Loss off RDA – Site control – Financing – Build value over time – Roadway and other improvements• Grade issues
  45. 45. • Economic case for retaining assets post- redevelopment• Long-term vision and shorter term feasibility
  46. 46. • Smaller city• Downtown & Caltrain• Surface parking lots• No center of activity• Belmont Village Zoning in process
  47. 47. • Small, irregular sites and fragmented parcel ownership• Aging infrastructure and associated costs• Zoning barriers• Long pedestrian crossings• Limited market demand for additional retail space
  48. 48. • Align plans and policies with market forces• Zoning supportive of GBI vision• Ground-floor retail vs. focused activity nodes• Making the case for housing
  49. 49. • General Plan focus area• Gateway to Castro • New BRT service • No change for decades • Precise Plan
  50. 50. • Extremely small and shallow lots• Fragmented ownership• Under-parked sites• Adjacent single- family neighborhoods
  51. 51. • Small parcel development• Creative parking solutions• Incentives for property owners• Creating linkages to downtown district• Minimizing impact on single-family neighborhoods
  52. 52. website
  53. 53. How do we track progress toward theGBI vision? What is being built in the corridor ?What is happening in my city inrelation to the corridor ? How many specific or precise plans apply to the corridor?
  54. 54. • Originally gathered from many sources• Maintained mostly by the Working Committee• Not yet exhaustive, but this is the goal
  55. 55. Centennial Way Linear Park South San FranciscoEl Camino Real/Downtown Vision Plan City of Menlo Park Villa Montgomery City of Redwood City
  56. 56. Kate White Initiative Officer, Great Communities Collaborative The San Francisco Foundation kwhite@sff.org 415.733.8505 Corinne Goodrich Ronny Kraft Manager, Strategic Development Transportation PlannerSan Mateo County Transit District San Mateo County Transit District goodrichc@samtrans.com kraftr@samtrans.com 650-508-6369 650-508-6367

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