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RV 2014: Great Expectations for Large-Scale TOD by Cynthia Parker

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Great Expectations for Large-Scale TOD AICP CM 1.5

What kinds of expectations should you have when initiating a large-scale TOD project? Hear from three different perspectives -- a private developer, a transit agency and a redevelopment authority -- about how TOD projects evolve, from concept to implementation. Learn about the pitfalls, as well as the keys to success. Real project highlights, case studies and lessons that will help you make your large-scale TOD project a success.

Moderator: William C Van Meter, Assistant General Manager of Planning, Regional Transportation District, Denver, Colorado
James Kennedy, Redevelopment Director (retired), Walnut Creek, California
Cynthia A Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer, BRIDGE Housing Corporation, San Francisco, California
Bill Sirois, Senior Manager, TOD and Planning Coordination, FasTracks Team, Regional Transportation District, Denver, Colorado

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RV 2014: Great Expectations for Large-Scale TOD by Cynthia Parker

  1. 1. Cynthia A. Parker President & CEO, BRIDGE Housing
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  3. 3. 33 • 7.76 acres • 516 market-rate apartment style homes • 108 affordable apartments • 42,500 sf commercial/ retail • 5,000 sf child care facility • 478-stall parking garage
  4. 4. 44 • Transit agency land: goal to intensify uses to increase ridership/access • State infrastructure bonds • Local agency investment • Private-sector involvement • BRIDGE as horizontal (+ some vertical) developer • Phased development Phases Construction Completion One: Infrastructure and Garage 2012 2014 Two: Affordable Development 2013 2015 Three to Five: Market Rate 2015-2021 2016-2023
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  10. 10. 1010 Market Rate + Retail Affordable BART Garage & Infrastructure Sources Construction Loan $211,440,580 $0 $0 Permanent Mortgage $0 $2,246,000 $0 Investor Equity $106,044,620 $16,686,000 $0 City RDA $7,808,000 $17,200,000 $6,531,000 Proposition 1C $0 $4,793,000 $35,176,000 Federal Funds $0 $0 $1,938,000 Total Sources $325,293,200 $40,925,000 $43,645,000 $409,863,200 Uses Acquisition $20,440,000 $4,436,000 $4,906,000 Construction $228,745,200 $26,366,000 $26,879,900 Indirects $37,610,000 $3,953,000 $6,916,000 Finance $17,104,000 $2,904,000 $0 Contingency/Rese rves $12,707,000 $632,000 $2,886,900 Organizational $8,687,000 $2,634,000 $2,056,200 Total Uses $325,293,200 $40,925,000 $43,645,000 $409,863,200
  11. 11. 1111 Project Summary  4 acres  130 family apartments  70 senior apartments  Day care facilities  Market-rate live/work lofts  Commercial, retail, office  Significant infrastructure upgrades  $84.4MM (infrastructure, family, senior)
  12. 12. 1212 • San Diego Unified School District land (former maintenance facility) • BRIDGE co-developer w/ local nonprofit • Federal, state and local funding • Infrastructure: storm drains, water, sewer, undergrounding of power lines • Phased development Phases Construction Completion One: Infrastructure 2012 2013 Two: Family and Senior Affordable 2013 2015 Three: Future Phase Rental/(Ownership TBD TBD
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  16. 16. 1616 Sources of Funds Perm Loan - B of A $ 3,390,000 TOD Loan $ 7,150,000 MHSA Loan $ 1,462,000 City of San Diego, SD Housing Commission Loans $ 9,755,000 TOD, IIG, CALReUSE, SANDAG grants $ 12,691,817 City of SD, SDHC, TOD Loans - Construction Interest $ 286,516 Deferred Dev Fee $ 488,000 Investor Equity $ 21,282,981 GP Equity $ 158,106 TOTAL SOURCES $ 56,664,420 Uses of Funds Acquisition / Infrastructure $ 7,199,251 Construction $ 37,020,642 A/E, Permits $ 5,755,541 Indirect Expenses - marketing, legal, title, insurance, etc. $ 831,000 Financing and Carry Costs $ 2,491,439 Other Soft Costs - taxes, contingency, reserves $ 708,080 TCAC & Syndication Costs $ 158,468 Developer Fee $ 2,500,000 TOTAL USES $ 56,664,420
  17. 17. 1717 Sources of Funds SDHC Loan $ 4,275,096 HUD 202 Capital Advance $ 4,868,300 HCD TOD Loan $ 3,850,000 TOD/IIG/CALReUSE/SANDAG $ 3,637,039 Investor Equity $ 11,026,300 GP Equity $ 1,142,837 TOTAL SOURCES $ 28,799,572 Uses of Funds Acquisition $ 2,569,659 Construction $ 15,907,333 A/E, Permits $ 2,909,836 Indirect Expenses $ 840,000 Financing and Carry Costs $ 1,258,800 Soft Cost Contingency $ 200,000 Operating Reserves $ 2,493,833 Syndication Costs $ 120,111 Developer Fee $ 2,500,000 TOTAL USES $ 28,799,572
  18. 18. Cynthia A. Parker President & CEO, BRIDGE Housing

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