WORK  -SHOP 3    LIVABLECOMMUNITIES   13 December 2011
Lathrop Working Group Revitalization                Vision             ENGAGE             CREATE                      SUST...
LATHROP WORKING GROUP REVITALIZATION VISION                             U     INTERESTED PARTY OUTREACH MEETINGS & OPEN HO...
LATHROP WORKING GROUP REVITALIZATION VISION                INTERESTED PARTY OUTREACH MEETINGS & OPEN HOUSE                ...
LATHROP WORKING GROUP REVITALIZATION VISION                INTERESTED PARTY OUTREACH MEETINGS & OPEN HOUSE                ...
*WORKSHOP #3WORKSHOP #3: LIVABLE COMMUNITIES         GOALS:         1. EVALUATE EXISTING AS WELL AS IDEAL NEIGHBORHOOD    ...
I      Welcome                        6:00pm  WORK        3              II     Livable Communities Overview 6:15pm       ...
3  WORK Livable  -SHOP Communities    LIVABLECOMMUNITIES              Patricia Saldaña Natke, AIA              UrbanWorks,...
What is Livability?
What is Livability?     - what attracts people to a particular communityChicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
Livable Communities                      •Some of the most                       important benefits                       ...
Livable Communities
Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing
Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resources
Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resourc...
Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resourc...
Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resourc...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                     Vibrant                        ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                           IRVING PARK              ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                     Offer choices for              ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                  IRVING PARK                       ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                  IRVING PARK                       ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                     Transportation:                ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                     Efficient use of land          ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                         Make the region            ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                         Before                                     ...
Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing                                                  Diverse Housing Op...
3  WORK Diverse  -SHOP Housing Options    LIVABLECOMMUNITIES              Joy Aruguete              Bickerdike Redevelopme...
Family: According to the federal U.S. Department ofHousing and Urban Development (HUD), familymeans all persons living in ...
If you make...$150,000/yr                                    How much should According to HUD, the definitionor $12,500/  ...
RENT or    TRANSIT                                What does it mean to be                    MORTGAGE                     ...
HOUSING COST BURDEN101 hours per week: what a minimum wage earner (Illinois $8.25/hr)needs to work to pay fair market rent...
What is Area Median Income (AMI)?                                                                            The federal g...
$26k                   AMI (Area Median Income) is specific    Buffalo County, SD     $106k   to a geographic area.       ...
Chicago Area Median Income                       (AMI)                       The Chicago Metro Area                       ...
From the Desk of the Federal Government,  U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development                                     ...
How does this apply to Chicagoans?2012 Chicago Metro Area Median Income (AMI)AMI Level               Household of 4       ...
2012 Chicago Metro Area Median Income      Household Size       30% AMI 50% AMI 80% AMI                  100% AMI      1 p...
Mixed Income Housing Options•Public•Affordable•Market Rateall types have both rental and for sale options
Public Housing How it works: HUD administers Federal assistance to local               housing agencies (HAs), in this cas...
Public Housing                             Income: Head of Household: $13/hr @ full time =                                ...
Affordable Rental Housing How it works: Typically involves multiple “layered” financing,               with the main finan...
Affordable Rental Housing                                Income: $29,000/year or $2,416/month                             ...
Affordable For Sale Housing How it works: There are a variety of programs to help create               or make for sale ho...
Affordable For Sale Housing                                       Income: $73,500/year or $6,125/month                    ...
Market Rate: Rental & For Sale                     Housing    How it works:    Priced at what people are willing to pay fo...
Market Rate Rental                                    Income: $83,900/ year or $6,992/month                               ...
Market Rate For Sale                           Income: $99,750/ year or $8,312/month                              AMI: 164...
DIVERSEHOUSINGOPTIONS
3  WORK Livable  -SHOP Communities    LIVABLECOMMUNITIES              Patricia Saldaña Natke, AIA              UrbanWorks,...
Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resourc...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources                                Chicago Area                                W...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources                                Historically                                w...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy ResourcesImage courtesy of Studio Gang
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources                            By improving water and energy                    ...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources        When energy                            is conserved,                 ...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources        When energy                            is conserved,                 ...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources        Two Views of                            Cities:                      ...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources        The typical                            suburban                      ...
Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources                                                                             ...
Improve Parks and Open Space                                  IRVING PARK                                      IRVING PARK...
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1
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Workshop 3 Presentation: Livable Communities, Part 1

  1. 1. WORK -SHOP 3 LIVABLECOMMUNITIES 13 December 2011
  2. 2. Lathrop Working Group Revitalization Vision ENGAGE CREATE SUSTAIN BUILD A Diverse Connected Neighborhood Home To Safe Healthy Families Who are Enduring, Rooted and Empoweredand Enjoy Sustainable Affordability and Opportunity
  3. 3. LATHROP WORKING GROUP REVITALIZATION VISION U INTERESTED PARTY OUTREACH MEETINGS & OPEN HOUSE C FEBRUARY 2011 KICK OFF MEETING N O V E M B E R 1 6 , 2 0 11 WORKSHOP #1 WORKSHOP #2 WORKSHOP #3THE GREENING OF LATHROP EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY LIVABLE COMMUNITIES D E C E M B E R 2 0 11 DECEMBER 08, 2011 DECEMBER 10, 2011 DECEMBER 13, 2011 COMMUNITY MEETINGS COMMUNITY MASTER PLANNING PROCESS COMMUNITY EDUCATION ADVISORY NETWORK PLANNING PROCESS PRESENTATION OF LATHROP HOMES 2012 MASTER PLAN UrbanWorks
  4. 4. LATHROP WORKING GROUP REVITALIZATION VISION INTERESTED PARTY OUTREACH MEETINGS & OPEN HOUSE KICK OFF MEETING WORKSHOP #1 WORKSHOP #2 WORKSHOP #3THE GREENING OF LATHROP EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY LIVABLE COMMUNITIES DECEMBER 08, 2011 DECEMBER 10, 2011 DECEMBER 13, 2011WORKSHOP GOALS:1. FOR PARTICIPANTS TO GAIN KNOWLEDGE OF SPECIFIC TOPICS BEING DISCUSSED2. TO CREATE AN EVEN PLAYING FIELD FOR ALL PARTICIPATING IN THE PLANNING PROCESS3. TO REMOVE LANGUAGE & TECHNICAL TERMINOLOGY BARRIERS BETWEEN THE LCP TEAM AND PARTICIPANTS COMMUNITY MASTER PLANNING PROCESS UrbanWorks © 2011
  5. 5. LATHROP WORKING GROUP REVITALIZATION VISION INTERESTED PARTY OUTREACH MEETINGS & OPEN HOUSE KICK OFF MEETING WORKSHOP #1 WORKSHOP #2 WORKSHOP #3THE GREENING OF LATHROP EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY LIVABLE COMMUNITIES DECEMBER 08, 2011 DECEMBER 10, 2011 DECEMBER 13, 2011WORKSHOP GOALS:1. FOR PARTICIPANTS TO GAIN KNOWLEDGE OF SPECIFIC TOPICS BEING DISCUSSED2. TO CREATE AN EVEN PLAYING FIELD FOR ALL PARTICIPATING IN THE PLANNING PROCESS3. TO REMOVE LANGUAGE & TECHNICAL TERMINOLOGY BARRIERS BETWEEN THE LCP TEAM AND PARTICIPANTS COMMUNITY MASTER PLANNING PROCESS UrbanWorks © 2011
  6. 6. *WORKSHOP #3WORKSHOP #3: LIVABLE COMMUNITIES GOALS: 1. EVALUATE EXISTING AS WELL AS IDEAL NEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTERISTICS AND AMENITIES FOR THE LATHROP NEIGHBORHOOD. 2. BUILD AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE DIVERSE RANGE OF HOUSING OPTIONS AVAILABLE WITHIN LIVABLE COMMUNITIES.
  7. 7. I Welcome 6:00pm WORK 3 II Livable Communities Overview 6:15pm III Diverse Housing Options 6:30pm -SHOP LIVABLE IV V VI Break Livable Communities Neighborhood Building Blocks Historic Preservation 7:15pm 7:30pm 8:00pmCOMMUNITIES VII VIII Questions & Answers Adjourn 8:30pm 9:00pm
  8. 8. 3 WORK Livable -SHOP Communities LIVABLECOMMUNITIES Patricia Saldaña Natke, AIA UrbanWorks, Ltd.
  9. 9. What is Livability?
  10. 10. What is Livability? - what attracts people to a particular communityChicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
  11. 11. Livable Communities •Some of the most important benefits are not easily quantified. •Creating a Sense of Place, the physical components, creates a Sense of Community, which leads to civic involvement and unites communities to care.
  12. 12. Livable Communities
  13. 13. Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing
  14. 14. Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resources
  15. 15. Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resources• Improve Parks and Open Space
  16. 16. Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resources• Improve Parks and Open Space• Promote Sustainable Local Food and Healthy Living
  17. 17. Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resources• Improve Parks and Open Space• Promote Sustainable Local Food and Healthy Living• Bring People Together
  18. 18. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing Vibrant Safe Walkable Harold Washington Unity Cooperative, Bickerdike
  19. 19. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing IRVING PARK IRVING PARK LEGEND Tidley Wink Preschool St Andrew School Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Addison Industrial Corridor St Andrew Catholic Church Chicago River Audubon Elementary Hamilton Elementary Ascension Lane Tech High School Seventh Adventist Lakeview Church Lutheran Church Highway AVONDALE AVONDALE ROSCOE VILLAGE ROSCOE VILLAGE LAKEVIEW LAKEVIEW Community Gospel Center Christian Fellowship Church DeVry University Hawthorne Elementary Primary Street Linne Elementary Cla Lincoln-Belmont Library Belmont Ave. St Luke Preschool rk St Joseph Health St. Jahn Elementary Center + Hospital Open Bible Spanish Church Secondary Street Carlos Fuentes School WEST LAKEVIEW WEST LAKEVIEW Burley Elementary A-Karrasel Child Care Center I Illinois Park 1M Community Full Gospel Church Masonic St Alphonsus Afterschool Hospital Galilee Baptist Church Avondale Elementary New Life Community Church Boys + Girls Club St Alphonsus Roman Catholic Schneider Elementary Logandale Middle School Mary Crane Center Church of the Good News Iglesia Casa del Refugio Medical Center Louis Agassiz Elementary LATHROP Diversey Pkwy. HOMES M ilw au Cardinal Bernardin Early Childhood United Christian Church Education Center ke Brentano Elementary St Bonaventure St George eA St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran LOGAN SQUARE Greek ve LOGAN SQUARE DEPAUL Orthodox . New Community Covenant Church DEPAUL Prescott Elementary LINCOLN PARK LINCOLN PARK Church Library Seminary Ave Community Church St John Berchmans Lin co Religious Center l n Av e. Aspira School Aspira Charter HS Fullerton Ave. Logan Square Library Montessori de la Citta Charles R Darwin Public School Other DePaul University INDUSTRIAL St Josaphat Church CORRIDOR St Josaphat School Oscar Meyer Public School Chicago Int’l Cl St. Sylvester’s Roman Charter School El yb Institution Campus Catholic Church BUCKTOWN BUCKTOWN sto ou . Ashland Ave rn California Ave. n Western Ave. Rivercity Av Av Damen Ave. Kedzie Ave. Racine Ave. Community e. e. Church Pulaski Academy Ke nn ed yE xw Neighborhood + Armitage Ave. y. Vicinity Map Salomon P Chase Public School HUMBOLDT PARK HUMBOLDT PARK
  20. 20. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing Offer choices for timely transportation to schools, jobs, services, and basic needs
  21. 21. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing IRVING PARK IRVING PARK 49 50 9 LEGEND LAKEVIEW Neighborhood City Ward Boundaries AVONDALE AVONDALE ROSCOE ROSCOE VILLAGE VILLAGE LAKEVIEW LAKEVIEW Chicago River Cla 77 Belmont Ave. rk Metra Line St. M et ra Un ion WEST LAKEVIEW WEST LAKEVIEW Metra Union Pacific - North Pa cifi c- CTA Blue Line ‘L’ I 1M No rth we st CTA Brown Line ‘L’ 76 LATHROP Diversey Pkwy. HOMES M CTA Red Line ‘L’ ilw au ke eA ve LOGAN SQUARE # CTA Bus Route* DEPAUL LINCOLN PARK . LOGAN SQUARE DEPAULLINCOLN PARK I-Go / Zip Car Pick-up Lin co l n Av e. Fullerton Ave. 74 Dedicated Bike Lane / INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR Cl BUCKTOWN BUCKTOWN Els to yb ou Existing . Ashland Ave rn California Ave. n Western Ave. Av Av Damen Ave. Kedzie Ave. Racine Ave. e. e. Ke nn ed yE xw Circulation + Armitage Ave. HUMBOLDT PARK HUMBOLDT PARK y. Connectivity Map
  22. 22. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing IRVING PARK IRVING PARK 49 50 9 LEGEND LAKEVIEW Neighborhood City Ward Boundaries AVONDALE ROSCOE ROSCOE VILLAGE VILLAGE AVONDALE LAKEVIEW LAKEVIEW Chicago River Cla 77 Belmont Ave. rk Metra Line St. M WEST LAKEVIEW et ra Un WEST LAKEVIEW ion Metra Union Pacific - North Pa cifi c- CTA Blue Line ‘L’ I 1M No rth we st CTA Brown Line ‘L’ 76 LATHROP Diversey Pkwy. HOMES CTA Red Line ‘L’ M ilw au ke eA ve LOGAN SQUARE # CTA Bus Route* DEPAUL LINCOLN PARK . LOGAN SQUARE DEPAULLINCOLN PARK I-Go / Zip Car Pick-up Lin co l n Av e. Fullerton Ave. 74 Dedicated Bike Lane / INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR BUCKTOWN BUCKTOWN Els to Cl yb ou Existing . Ashland Ave rn California Ave. n Western Ave. Av Av Damen Ave. Kedzie Ave. Racine Ave. e. e. Ke nn ed yE Circulation + xw Armitage Ave. HUMBOLDT PARK HUMBOLDT PARK y. Connectivity Map
  23. 23. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing Transportation: When residents are able to live near their jobs, it helps to reduce travel costs, pollution, and congestion.
  24. 24. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing Efficient use of land that supports walking, bicycling, and access to transit also reduces energy consumption — saving money for individuals, communities, and the region.
  25. 25. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing Make the region more economically competitive Westhaven Park, UrbanWorks Roosevelt Square, Related Midwest
  26. 26. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing Before After
  27. 27. Achieve Greater Livability throughLand Use and Housing Diverse Housing Options ENGAGE CREATE SUSTAIN BUILD A Diverse Connected Neighborhood Home To Safe Healthy Families Who are Enduring, Rooted and Empowered and Enjoy Sustainable Affordability and Opportunity
  28. 28. 3 WORK Diverse -SHOP Housing Options LIVABLECOMMUNITIES Joy Aruguete Bickerdike Redevelopment Corporation & Michael Goldberg Heartland Housing Inc.
  29. 29. Family: According to the federal U.S. Department ofHousing and Urban Development (HUD), familymeans all persons living in the same housold who arerelated by birth, marriage, or adoption.Household: According to HUD, household means allpersons who occupy a housing unit.
  30. 30. If you make...$150,000/yr How much should According to HUD, the definitionor $12,500/ month you spend of affordability is for a household $97,000/yr or on housing? to pay no more than 30% of its annual gross (pre-tax) income $8,083/month on housing costs. In addition to rent or mortage payment, housing costs $45,000/yr or generally include utility costs, 30% $3,750/month and for owners also include $22,400/yr or 30% $1,870/month property taxes and insurance. 30% Whether you are talking about 30% market rate or subsidized$45,000/yr or $29,100/yr or $13,500/yr or $6,720/yr or housing, the concept of what$3,750/month $2,425/month $1,125/month $561/month makes housing affordablethen you should pay no more than 30% or......on housing. applies to everyone.
  31. 31. RENT or TRANSIT What does it mean to be MORTGAGE housing cost burdened?CLOTHE U T I L I T IES Households who pay more than 30% of S their income for housing are considered I N S U R A N CE cost burdened. These families and individuals may have difficulty affording necessities FOOD such as food, clothing, transportation and medical care, not to mention savings for emergencies or education.
  32. 32. HOUSING COST BURDEN101 hours per week: what a minimum wage earner (Illinois $8.25/hr)needs to work to pay fair market rent as determined by HUD fora 2 bedroom unit in Chicago.$20.92 hourly wage: what a full time worker needs to earn to pay thefair market rent as determined by HUD for a 2 bedroom unit in Chicago.Housing cost burden in Chicago is significant: 54.6% of renters in Chicago are cost burdened, and 48.3% of homeowners are cost burdened.(Chicago Rehab Network, 2010)
  33. 33. What is Area Median Income (AMI)? The federal government (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban $0 $15k $35k $60k $76K $80k $90k $100k $500k Development) calculates income using something called the income in the middle Area Median Income (AMI). Easiest way to understand median income is that ½ of households earn more and ½ of households earn less. $35k $35k $5.8k $75,800 Median income is a better indicator than average income, as it is not the combined income of everyone in the household dramatically affected by unusually high or low values.
  34. 34. $26k AMI (Area Median Income) is specific Buffalo County, SD $106k to a geographic area. Washington, DC Why? The cost of living and incomes vary from place to place. The government divides the country into almost 1,000 different areas and calculates a different AMI for each.For example: AMI is greater inWashington, DC than in BuffaloCounty, SD.
  35. 35. Chicago Area Median Income (AMI) The Chicago Metro Area includes the following 6 counties: Cook, DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry, and WillChicago 2012 AMI = This means that the AMI is $75,800 the same for the Lathropfor a household of 4 community as it is for Schaumburg or Wilmette.
  36. 36. From the Desk of the Federal Government, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development How is affordability decided?MEMORANDUM HUD categorizes AMI (Area Median Income) into several groups.To Whom It May Concern: These levels are then used to determineThe levels on which to determine eligibility for different affordableaffordable housing eligibility are: housing programs.Income Level Percent of AMIModerate Income: Up to 120%Low Income: 80% or belowVery Low Income: 50% or belowExtremely Low Income: 30% or below
  37. 37. How does this apply to Chicagoans?2012 Chicago Metro Area Median Income (AMI)AMI Level Household of 4 Household of 1100% AMI $75,800 $53,10080% AMI $60,650 $42,50050% AMI $37,900 $26,55030% AMI $22,750 $15,950
  38. 38. 2012 Chicago Metro Area Median Income Household Size 30% AMI 50% AMI 80% AMI 100% AMI 1 person $15,950 $26,550 $42,550 $53,100 2 person $18,200 $30,350 $48,550 $60,600 3 person $20,500 $34,150 $54,600 $68,200 4 person $22,750 $37,900 $60,650 $75,800 5 person $24,600 $40,950 $65,550 $81,900 6 person $26,400 $44,000 $70,400 $88,000 7 person $28,250 $47,000 $75,250 $94,100 8 person $30,050 $50,050 $80,100 $100,100 http://www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/il/il12/index_il2012.html
  39. 39. Mixed Income Housing Options•Public•Affordable•Market Rateall types have both rental and for sale options
  40. 40. Public Housing How it works: HUD administers Federal assistance to local housing agencies (HAs), in this case the Chicago Housing Authority, that oversee/ manage the public housing for low-income residents at rents they can afford.Who qualifies: Households who earn 80% or less of AMI In general, residents must meet CHA requirements: Anyone over 18 must work 30 hrs/week or be enrolled in education or training programs, unless exempt for some reason such as elderly or disabled.Housing costs: In general, tenants pay 30% of household income on rent, which adjusts with any change in income. Tenants must pay a minimum rent, which is currently $75 per month.
  41. 41. Public Housing Income: Head of Household: $13/hr @ full time = $27,040/yr or $2,253/mo AMI: 36% AMI, qualifies for public housing Approximate housing costs: $676/mo, pays 30% of gross income Benefit: They pay only 30% of their income toward housing costs. Their rent only changes if they have a change in their income.3 Person Household A similar 2-bedroom apartment in the area• Costco stockperson would cost them $1,300/mo or nearly 58% or• Adult student their income.• 1 child The public housing unit lets them live close to work without being housing cost burdened.
  42. 42. Affordable Rental Housing How it works: Typically involves multiple “layered” financing, with the main financing coming from the Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. LIHTC is administered locally by the state and city and awarded competitively to developers to produce affordable housing. These units have a minimum 30 year affordability period.Who qualifies: In general, households who earn 60% or less of AMI. Income qualified households that apply to individual properties are eligible to be placed into a unit or onto a waiting list.Housing costs: Qualified households pay an affordable rent based on an established rent schedule per bedroom size with predetermined annual rent increases.
  43. 43. Affordable Rental Housing Income: $29,000/year or $2,416/month AMI: 42% AMI, qualifies for LIHTC unit Housing costs: $710/month 2 bedroom unit, pays 29% of gross income Benefit: Households can depend on stable housing costs and can afford essentials like health care and saving for college. Rent increases are modest and predictable, according to the rent3 Person Household schedule.• Mother: Teachers Aide• 2 children A similar 2-bedroom apartment in the area would cost them $1,300/mo or nearly 54% or their income. The affordable housing unit lets them live close to work without being housing cost burdened.
  44. 44. Affordable For Sale Housing How it works: There are a variety of programs to help create or make for sale housing more affordable, such as New Homes for Chicago, Affordable Requirements Ordinance, and Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA).Who qualifies: Each program has its own set of requirements. Programs typically target households between 60% and 120% Area Median Income. Programs typically target first time homebuyers and have resale restrictions. Homebuyers must qualify for a mortgage.Housing costs: Depends on the size of the mortgage, interest rate and repayment terms. In addition to mortgage cost, taxes and insurance are included in housing cost calculation.
  45. 45. Affordable For Sale Housing Income: $73,500/year or $6,125/month AMI: 97% AMI, qualifies for affordable for sale unit. Housing costs: $1,564/month, pays 26% of gross income $195,000 mortgage at 4% interest, 30 years $4,000 annual real estate taxes $1,200 homeowner insurance4 Person Household $200 monthly utilities• Mother: Accountant• Grandmother: Certified Nurse Benefit: Households can enjoy the benefits of home- Assistant (Part-time) ownership without being housing cost burdened.• 2 children Households have been educated about the responsibilities of homeownership through homebuyer counseling and are better prepared to be homeowners.
  46. 46. Market Rate: Rental & For Sale Housing How it works: Priced at what people are willing to pay for housing in a given location. Different locations in the city have different “market rates”, which is also influenced by the supply and demand of housing in the particular area. Who qualifies: Units are not income restricted. Anyone who can: • meet rent payments and property owner requirements, or • qualify for mortgage and meet all housing related payments.Housing payments: Rent is paid to landlord, and utilities are typically paid for by tenant. Mortgage payments made to lender. Homeowner also pays for property taxes, insurance, utilities and condo fees.
  47. 47. Market Rate Rental Income: $83,900/ year or $6,992/month AMI: 102% AMI Housing costs: $1,800/month 3 bedroom unit, pays 26% of gross income4+ person household Benefit: They can live without housing cost burden and have flexibility and choice to find a unit that• Firefighter meets the needs of their growing family.• Music Teacher• 2 children, expecting 3rd
  48. 48. Market Rate For Sale Income: $99,750/ year or $8,312/month AMI: 164% AMI Housing costs: $2,448/month 3 bedroom condo, pays 29% of gross income $340,000 mortgage at 4% interest, 30 years $6,000 annual real estate taxes2 Person Household $1,500 homeowner insurance• Architect $200 monthly utilities• Copy Editor Benefit: They can enjoy the benefits of homeownership, live without housing cost burden and have the flexibility and choice to own a home that meets their needs.
  49. 49. DIVERSEHOUSINGOPTIONS
  50. 50. 3 WORK Livable -SHOP Communities LIVABLECOMMUNITIES Patricia Saldaña Natke, AIA UrbanWorks, Ltd.
  51. 51. Livable Communities• Achieve Greater Livability through Land Use and Housing• Manage and Conserve Water and Energy Resources• Improve Parks and Open Space• Promote Sustainable Local Food and Healthy Living• Bring People Together
  52. 52. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources Chicago Area Waterway System Lathrops location on the Chicago River connects the site to the Great Lakes ecosystem and opportunities for recreationImage courtesy of Studio Gang
  53. 53. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources Historically we are water richImage courtesy of Studio Gang
  54. 54. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy ResourcesImage courtesy of Studio Gang
  55. 55. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources By improving water and energy efficiency, we can help avoid potential shortages and the impacts of climate change.Wolff Landscape
  56. 56. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources When energy is conserved, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions and their negative effects on our economy and lifestyles.
  57. 57. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources When energy is conserved, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions and their negative effects on our economy and lifestyles.
  58. 58. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources Two Views of Cities: CO2 generated by automobiles in the Chicago region per year
  59. 59. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources The typical suburban development represented in this chart produces over twice the carbon emissions of a more compact development with a range of land uses.
  60. 60. Manage and Conserve Waterand Energy Resources We have an opportunity to drastically lower CO2 emissions just by rethinking Trend how we design our CHICAGO GREENHOUSE Millions of communities. Percent GAS EMISSIONS AND metric tons 32.3 MMTCO e 36.2 reduction of 34.7 REDUCTION GOALS 2 Emissions level MMTCO2e (MMTCO2e) MMTCO2e MMTCO2e starting point 2005 30 0% 2000 1990 20% 2020 20 24.2 MMTCO e 2 Reduce 6.5 MMTCO2e emissions Reduce level by 25% emissions 40% level by 80% 10 60% 2050 0 Corrective 1990 Year 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 ActionChicago Climate Action Plan
  61. 61. Improve Parks and Open Space IRVING PARK IRVING PARK LEGEND AVONDALE AVONDALE ROSCOE VILLAGE ROSCOE VILLAGE LAKEVIEW LAKEVIEW LAKEVIEW Neighborhood Cla Belmont Ave. rk St. Chicago River WEST LAKEVIEW WEST LAKEVIEW I 1M Highway Primary Street LATHROP Diversey Pkwy. HOMESM ilw au Secondary Street ke eA ve . LOGAN SQUARE LOGAN SQUARE DEPAUL DEPAUL LINCOLN PARK LINCOLN PARK Metra Line Lin co l n Park Av e.Fullerton Ave. INDUSTRIAL CORRIDOR BUCKTOWN BUCKTOWN Els to Cl yb ou Open Space + . Ashland Ave rn California Ave. n Western Ave. Av Av Natural Features Damen Ave. Kedzie Ave. Racine Ave. Ke e. e. nn ed yEArmitage Ave. xw y. Map HUMBOLDT PARK HUMBOLDT PARK

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