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State of Place - Beyond Walkability

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Learn how State of Place State, more than just a walkability index, makes it easier for public and private stakeholders to make strategic economic and placemaking decisions, reduces investment risk, and sets a foundation for an effective and transparent public process.

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State of Place - Beyond Walkability

  1. 1. State of PlaceTM
  2. 2. What is State of Place™?
  3. 3. Data-driven Community Engagement ? Decision-making TOOL
  4. 4. Investment Interventions Policies GUIDES
  5. 5. Walkability Economic Development BOOSTS
  6. 6. 280+ URBAN DESIGN FEATURES TOUCH, SEE & FEEL WALKABILITY FROM ARCADES TO ZEBRA STRIPES
  7. 7. TRAINING VIDEO + VIRTUAL FIELD TRAINING TRAINED COMMUNITY MEMBERS OR STAFF COLLECT DATA MINUTES/ B L O C K 10-15 STATE OF PLACE APP SEAMLESSLY TRANSFERS DATA TO SERVERS
  8. 8. State of Place™ Index 0  -­‐‑  20 21  -­‐‑  40 41  -­‐‑  60 61  -­‐‑  80 81  -­‐‑  100 QUANTIFIES WALKABILITY & PLACE QUALITY Very Low Low Moderate Good Very Good
  9. 9. Very Low State of Place™ Index: Tied to Economic Value 0  -­‐‑  20 Low Moderate Good Very Good 21  -­‐‑  40 41  -­‐‑  60 61  -­‐‑  80 81  -­‐‑  100 *PREMIUMS FOR EACH LEVEL INCREASE + $9 SF OFFICE RENTS + $7 SF RETAIL RENTS +80% RETAIL REVENUES + $300 UNIT RES. RENT +$81 SF FOR-SALE RES. VALUE
  10. 10. + $37 sq. ft. Office Rents + $30 sq. ft. Retail Rents +340% Retail Revenues + $1281/Unit Residential Rent +$347 sq. ft. For-sale Residential State of Place™ Index: 90, Very Good State of Place™ Index: 5, Very Low
  11. 11. 0  -­‐‑  20 21  -­‐‑  40 41  -­‐‑  60 61  -­‐‑  80 81  -­‐‑  100 Very Low Low Moderate Good Very Good Target for social equity advocates Risk tolerant investors; Higher ROI Risk averse investors; Steady ROI State of Place™ Rating: Informs Investment
  12. 12. State of Place™ Index: 10 Dimensions Density! Measure  of  compactness  based  on  building  concentrations   and  height Connectivity! Ease  of  access  within  and  across  blocks Form! Streetscape  quality;  how  buildings  meet  the  street Proximity to destinations! Quantity  and  quality  of  proximal  non-­‐‑residential  land  uses;   mixed  use Parks and Public Spaces! Presence,  quality,  and  accessibility  of  parks  &  public  spaces Recreational Facilities! Gym/fitness  facilities,  Outdoor  recreational  uses Pedestrian & Bicyclist Amenities! Features  that  facilitate  pedestrian  &  bicyclist  comfort;  e.g.   sidewalk  widths,  street  furniture,  bike  racks Traffic Safety! Features  that  make  walking  and  bicycling  safer  from   motorist  traffic;  e.g.,  speed  limits,  traffic  calming  features Aesthetics! AJractiveness  and  maintenance Personal Safety! Features  that  impact  perceptions  of  safety;  e.g.  graffiti,   liJer,  windows  with  bars,  broken  windows
  13. 13. State of Place™ Profile: Breaks Down the Index 0 20 40 60 80 100 DENSITY FORM CONNECTIVITY PROXIMITY PARKS & PUBLIC SPACES RECREATIONAL FACILITIES PEDESTRIAN & BICYCLIST AMENITIES TRAFFIC SAFETY AESTHETICS PERSONAL SAFETY
  14. 14. How to Read the State of Place™ Profile Maximum Score Possible Ex: Traffic Safety = 42/100
  15. 15. State of Place™ Profile: Assets & Needs High scoring dimensions: Place Assets Low scoring dimensions: Place Needs
  16. 16. State of Place™ Index Heat Map: Highlights “best” and “worst” blocks
  17. 17. State of Place™ Projections: Scores Proposed Interventions, Investments or Policies
  18. 18. Needs Goals Capacity BUDGET ROI WALKABILITY FEASIBILITY State of Place™ Decision-making Framework STAKEHOLDER CAPABILITIES PEOPLE Desire
  19. 19. HIGH IMPACT MEDIUM  IMPACT LOW IMPACT GOAL: Increase Pedestrian Volume PARKS & PUBLIC SPACES CONNECTIVITY FORM AESTHETICS PED & BIKE AMENITIES DENSITY TRAFFIC SAFETY PROXIMITY RECREATIONAL FACILITIES PERSONAL SAFETY
  20. 20. HIGH IMPACT MEDIUM  IMPACT LOW IMPACT GOAL: Office Rents ROI TRAFFIC SAFETY PROXIMITY PARKS & PUBLIC SPACES DENSITY FORM AESTHETICS PED & BIKE AMENITIES PERSONAL SAFETY RECREATIONAL FACILITIES CONNECTIVITY
  21. 21. HIGH IMPACT MEDIUM  IMPACT LOW IMPACT GOAL: Retail Rents ROI AESTHETICS FORM TRAFFIC SAFETY PROXIMITY PERSONAL SAFETY PARKS & PUBLIC SPACES PED & BIKE AMENITIES DENSITYRECREATIONAL FACILITIES CONNECTIVITY
  22. 22. HIGH IMPACT MEDIUM  IMPACT LOW IMPACT GOAL: Residential Rents ROI PED & BIKE AMENITIES FORM TRAFFIC SAFETY PROXIMITY PARKS & PUBLIC SPACES DENSITY AESTHETICS PERSONAL SAFETY RECREATIONAL FACILITIES CONNECTIVITY
  23. 23. URBAN FABRIC DESTINATIONS COMFORT LIVELINESS & UPKEEP Feasibility: Intervention Types
  24. 24. Feasibility: Level of Difficulty Urban Fabric Destinations Comfort Liveliness & Upkeep Most resilient (Hardest to Change) Least Resilient (Lowest Hanging Fruit)
  25. 25. Needs Goals Capacity BUDGET ROI WALKABILITY FEASIBILITY State of Place™ Decision-making Framework = Optimized Strategies STAKEHOLDER CAPABILITIES PEOPLE Desire
  26. 26. State of Place™ Analytics
  27. 27. State of Place™ Analytics

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