Carrollton's revised strategies for revitalization

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City of Carrollton's Strageties for Revitalization, Ravi Shah's presentation to APA's Focus North Texas Conference 17JAN2014

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Carrollton's revised strategies for revitalization

  1. 1. Strategies for Revitalization For an Inner-Ring Suburb January 24, 2014 Ravi Shah, CBO, Assoc. AIA
  2. 2. Carrollton’s Philosophy: Revitalization is key to a sustainable future
  3. 3. Area 37 square miles Population (Estimated as of January 2011) 122,100 Average Household Income $81,795 Average Home Value -a variety of housing types, from single-family, townhouses and apartments $175,000 Parks More than 1,200 acres of park land
  4. 4. BACKGROUND & OVERVIEW Strategies for Revitalization 1991: Urban Design Element was added to the Comprehensive Plan 1993: Council adopted the Urban Design Strategy - Citizen Committees formed - Urban Design Elements added to City’s Development Standards &CIP projects 1994: Council adopted the Corridor Plan - Median Plantings - Traffic Signal Ornamentation - Mast Arm Signage - Entryway Monuments - Railroad Crossing Enhancements - Streetlights Banners - Median Pavers
  5. 5. 1995: Council adopted the Corridor Plan Implementation Strategy 1998: First CIP incorporating urban design elements 1999: Neighborhood Enhancement Matching Grant Program Initiated 1999: Old Downtown Intersection Improvements Began 1999: Gateway Monument Program Initiated 1999: Median Beautification Retrofit Program Initiated 2007: Tree Plantings on Corridor Medians Began
  6. 6. 2007: TOD Program Initiated 2008: Retail Redevelopment and Rehabilitation Façade Incentives 2010: Updated major aesthetic ordinances 2010: Initiated Project Raiford Vision/ Overlay District 2012: Renewed emphasis on Tree Plantings and Landscaping on Major Corridors 2012: Multi-Family Redevelopment Initiative Launched 2013: Downtown Square Redesign 2014: Trinity Mills Station Redevelopment
  7. 7. Key components to successful Revitalization - Clearly defined Design Guidelines and Standards - Clearly defined Corridor Aesthetic Expectations - Focused Retail Rehab and Redevelopment Requirements - Public /Private Partnerships - High Quality New Development
  8. 8. Clearly Defined Design Guidelines and Standards
  9. 9. Clearly Defined Corridor Aesthetic Expectations               Median Landscaping (GDS) Real Estate Signage Regulation “Sail” Sign elimination Monument Signage Regulation Driveways, Stacking and Loading Detention Pond Aesthetics Roof Top Utility Screening Requirements Exterior Façade Materials Glare Ordinance Window Signage Regulations Screening Walls Landscape Ordinance Amendments Commercial Landscape Code Enforcement Biennial Review of Ordinances
  10. 10. g CORRIDOR BEAUTIFICATION PLAN
  11. 11. SCENARIO 1 Screen walls adjacent to sidewalk with no landscape strip ELEMENTS Screen Wall Side Walk Street Remove small section of Concrete side walk to allow For landscaping Plant vines in leave out
  12. 12. Old Denton Screening Wall: Before and After:
  13. 13. Belt Line Road Screening Wall: Before and After
  14. 14. Hebron Parkway at Capstone: Before & After
  15. 15. Keller Springs Median Plantings
  16. 16. Retail Redevelopment Projects Case Study: Randy Twist Project Scope – Façade Renovation 2501 N Josey Lane • Total Cost of Exterior Improvements = $600,000 • Total Contribution from City= $123,871
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  21. 21. Case Study: Shops at Old Denton Project Scope – Overall Development Rehabilitation 2625 Old Denton Rd • Total Investment = $20 Million • Exterior Improvements + HVAC = $5.2 Million • Total Contribution from City= $702,000
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  28. 28. Case Study: Cencor Project Project Scope – Façade Renovation 2201 Marsh Lane •Total Cost of Exterior Improvements = $166,000 •Total Contribution from City = $65,000
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  31. 31. Case Study: Carrollton Park Project Scope – Façade Renovation Josey Ln & Belt Line Rd •Total Cost of Exterior Improvements = $1.6 Million • Total Contribution from City= $168,000
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  36. 36. Case Study: Marsh Keller Crossing Project Scope – Façade Renovation Marsh Lane & Keller Springs • Total Cost of Exterior Improvements = $530,00.00 • Total Contribution from City = $60,000.00
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  41. 41. Case Study: Kelly Plaza Project Scope – Façade Renovation Kelly Blvd. & Keller Springs •Total Cost of Exterior Improvements = $69,480.00 • Total Contribution from City = $64,000.00
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  44. 44. Case Study: Randy Twist #2 Project Scope – Façade Renovation Josey Lane & Frankford Road •Total Cost of Exterior Improvements = $262,540.00 • Total Contribution from City = $190,000.00
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  47. 47. Retail Streetscape Case Study: Josey Lane & Frankford Road
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  55. 55. Transit System Map WE ARE HERE YOU ARE HERE
  56. 56. Square Carrollton’s 1st TOD and Public/ Private Partnership
  57. 57. 5/31/11
  58. 58. 8/2/12
  59. 59. Union at Carrollton Square Phase 2
  60. 60. Union at Carrollton Square Phase 2
  61. 61. Trinity Mills Transit District is the #1 TOD Development Opportunity in North Texas with 25.5 acres of developable land owned by the City of Carrollton and Dallas Area Rapid Transit.
  62. 62. Project Raiford TRINITY MILLS
  63. 63. Vision to Design Guidelines
  64. 64. Courtyard by Marriott
  65. 65. New Single Family Neighborhood
  66. 66. Master Developer To Be Announced Soon!
  67. 67. Where Connections Happen

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