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CODMAN SQUARE NDC
Equitable Transit Oriented Development:
Striving for Community Stability for and Preventing
Displacement...
Service Area and Demographics
Location of Fairmount/Indigo
Existing and New Train Stops
and Foreclosure Properties and Clients
Fairmount Commuter Rail Train, and trash
strewn surrounds in 2006
FAIRMOUNT CDC COLLABORATIVE
MULTI-NEIGHBORHOOD STRATEGIC...
TRANSIT EQUITY ACHIEVED!
2011 GROUNDBREAKING ON THE TALBOT AVE STOP ON
FAIRMOUNT/INDIGO RAIL LINE
Talbot Station Under Construction
New Talbot Ave Stop on
Fairmount/Indigo
Opened November 2012
Pre-transit oriented development projects
by Codman Square
Erie Ellington Homes, an award winning mixed
income housing dev...
Transit Oriented Development
Preserving Affordability of the Housing Stock by Acquiring & Redeveloping Sites within
½ mile...
Completed Fairmount TOD
Projects
Levedo Homes: 24 unit LEED Silver Rental
Project
Completed May 2011
Levedo Homes Under Construction
Fairmount Greenway: Planting blossoming trees Installing Solar Panels
Levedo Ribbon Cutting & Final
Product
Foreclosure Acquisitions
 30+ properties explored
 5 properties acquired, 15 units renovated
 $3.5mill total developmen...
Foreclosure Acquisition
15 Mallard St, 3 unit rental property
15 Mallard Street View of Mallard from Levedo
15 Mallard St. Completed
Talbot Commons 1 and 2
Talbot Commons 1 Sites
Block Redevelopment:44 housing units, open
space & plaza
Talbot Commons 2 Sites
Across the street from Talbot Commons 1
Sites
Before
After
Talbot Commons 2: Fairmount TOD Site
Transit Oriented Development at
Fours Corners Stop
157 Washington St: Fairmount TOD Development
Before
After
Ribbon Cutting of the Erick Jean Memorial Arts Center
at 157 Washington St as part of 4 Corners Station
Opening
July 2013
“Residents are the
foundation for strong
communities. If you don’t
have great residents willing
to participate, you don’t
...
Millennium Ten
 Creating a Comprehensive Community
Contract: Investment & Action Plan
 Residents/Stakeholder Engagement
...
MILL 10 COMMUNITY
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
MILL 10 CHARRETTES
Summer 2012
LEED‐ND Tour Talbot Norfolk
Triangle Key:
1. Talbot Bernard
Community
Room
2. Talbot Station
3. 227 Talbot Ave
4. Levedo
5...
TNT ECO-INNOVATION DISTRICT
Retrofit at least 15% of TNT existing
housing to save residents money on
energy related costs....
TNT Eco-Innovation District
NSTAR Utility Site on New England Ave, near
Talbot Commons 1 Project: Possible Location of
Sol...
Males of Color Initiative
Summer 2013 Visit to WBUR Public Radio Station
CORI-Friendly Job Fair
May 2013: 8 Employers, 100 Participants, 8
Interviews
Participants with Councilor Yancey (in white ...
Youth Jobs Rally
February 2013
RV 2014: Implementing Equitable TOD: Improving Lives by Rose Gray
RV 2014: Implementing Equitable TOD: Improving Lives by Rose Gray
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Implementing Equitable TOD: Improving Lives AICP CM 1.5
Equitable TOD is more than just development near transit. It is a strategy that envelops the vision, aspirations and interests of low-income stakeholders. Equitable TOD investment provides more housing and transportation choices, new job opportunities, better schools and increased retail. Hear success stories from nonprofit leaders in three distinct market areas who have implemented TOD directly linked to improving the lives of residents with low incomes.
Moderator: Richard Manson, Program Vice President, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, New York, New York
Dean Matsubayashi, Director of Community Economic Development, Little Tokyo Service Center, Los Angeles, California
Gail Latimore, Executive Director, Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation, Dorchester, Massachusetts
Rose Gray, Senior Vice President CED, APM, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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RV 2014: Implementing Equitable TOD: Improving Lives by Rose Gray

  1. 1. CODMAN SQUARE NDC Equitable Transit Oriented Development: Striving for Community Stability for and Preventing Displacement of Low and Moderate Income Residents Rail~Volution Conference September 23, 2014
  2. 2. Service Area and Demographics
  3. 3. Location of Fairmount/Indigo Existing and New Train Stops and Foreclosure Properties and Clients
  4. 4. Fairmount Commuter Rail Train, and trash strewn surrounds in 2006 FAIRMOUNT CDC COLLABORATIVE MULTI-NEIGHBORHOOD STRATEGIC COLLABORATION
  5. 5. TRANSIT EQUITY ACHIEVED! 2011 GROUNDBREAKING ON THE TALBOT AVE STOP ON FAIRMOUNT/INDIGO RAIL LINE
  6. 6. Talbot Station Under Construction
  7. 7. New Talbot Ave Stop on Fairmount/Indigo Opened November 2012
  8. 8. Pre-transit oriented development projects by Codman Square Erie Ellington Homes, an award winning mixed income housing development by CSNDC, has its front door near the proposed transit station. The Talbot-Bernard village added 75 family and senior units on a brownfield site. Front door at proposed Talbot Stop. Award Winning Erie Ellington & Talbot Bernard Homes
  9. 9. Transit Oriented Development Preserving Affordability of the Housing Stock by Acquiring & Redeveloping Sites within ½ mile of Fairmount Stops  Erie Ellington Homes 50 unit tax credit rental  Talbot Bernard Homes 44 unit  Talbot Bernard Senior 31 unit senior development  Levedo Homes 24 unit  57 Washington St 24 unit  Codman Square Apts. 80 unit  Talbot Commons 1 36 unit  Talbot Commons 2 43 unit  Nott St 27 unit TOTAL DEVELOPMENT COSTS : $130+ MILLION TOTAL JOB CREATION: 2,500
  10. 10. Completed Fairmount TOD Projects Levedo Homes: 24 unit LEED Silver Rental Project Completed May 2011
  11. 11. Levedo Homes Under Construction Fairmount Greenway: Planting blossoming trees Installing Solar Panels
  12. 12. Levedo Ribbon Cutting & Final Product
  13. 13. Foreclosure Acquisitions  30+ properties explored  5 properties acquired, 15 units renovated  $3.5mill total development costs  100% MBE Utilization: Minority GCs on all jobs  Total construction jobs: 75  4 sales to first time moderate income homebuyers; 1 property retained in CSNDC’s rental portfolio
  14. 14. Foreclosure Acquisition 15 Mallard St, 3 unit rental property 15 Mallard Street View of Mallard from Levedo
  15. 15. 15 Mallard St. Completed
  16. 16. Talbot Commons 1 and 2
  17. 17. Talbot Commons 1 Sites Block Redevelopment:44 housing units, open space & plaza
  18. 18. Talbot Commons 2 Sites Across the street from Talbot Commons 1 Sites
  19. 19. Before After Talbot Commons 2: Fairmount TOD Site
  20. 20. Transit Oriented Development at Fours Corners Stop
  21. 21. 157 Washington St: Fairmount TOD Development Before After
  22. 22. Ribbon Cutting of the Erick Jean Memorial Arts Center at 157 Washington St as part of 4 Corners Station Opening July 2013
  23. 23. “Residents are the foundation for strong communities. If you don’t have great residents willing to participate, you don’t have community” James Darby Neighborhood Activist Aspinwall Street
  24. 24. Millennium Ten  Creating a Comprehensive Community Contract: Investment & Action Plan  Residents/Stakeholder Engagement  100 Families/Individuals Create Their Own 1-3 Year “Family Plans” for Economic Mobility  Local Organizations Creating New “Ecosystem” of Collaboration and Action  LISC, Boston Foundation Funding Consortium
  25. 25. MILL 10 COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT
  26. 26. MILL 10 CHARRETTES Summer 2012
  27. 27. LEED‐ND Tour Talbot Norfolk Triangle Key: 1. Talbot Bernard Community Room 2. Talbot Station 3. 227 Talbot Ave 4. Levedo 5. 60 Southern 6. 1 Darlington 7. Elmhurst Park 8. The Boston Project Ministries 9. 93 Norfolk (Pocket Park) 10. 106 Norfolk 11. 912 Auto body 12. 2‐6 Woodrow 13. Tucker Street Urban Farm Lot 14. 1 Woodrow 15. “Auto‐Mall” 16. 131‐133 Southern (City‐ owned) 17. “Church Lots” 18. 36‐38 Colonial 19. 15 Mallard Ave 20. 18 New England 21. Callahan Building 22. 14 New England 23. 5‐21 New England Oct 2012: LEED ND Charette w/100 Residents, LISC, NRDC and US Green Bldg Council TNT Community Scored as LEED Silver Certifiable due to Transit, Walkability, etc
  28. 28. TNT ECO-INNOVATION DISTRICT Retrofit at least 15% of TNT existing housing to save residents money on energy related costs. Build at least one new, highly efficient mixed-use transit-oriented development (TOD) project. Explore local power generation models and incorporate that capacity into new and existing TOD mixed-use housing developments and other local projects. Construct and program new green spaces and explore green infrastructure development in support of sustainability, including green roofs and rain gardens. Measure and highlight the health and economic benefits of sustainability to residents.
  29. 29. TNT Eco-Innovation District NSTAR Utility Site on New England Ave, near Talbot Commons 1 Project: Possible Location of Solar Array to Feed Local Homes
  30. 30. Males of Color Initiative Summer 2013 Visit to WBUR Public Radio Station
  31. 31. CORI-Friendly Job Fair May 2013: 8 Employers, 100 Participants, 8 Interviews Participants with Councilor Yancey (in white shirt)
  32. 32. Youth Jobs Rally February 2013

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