The Power of Community-Driven Transformative Redevelopment

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Renaissance Downtowns' triple-bottom-line (economically, socially, environmentally sustainable) approach to urban revitalization, highlighting its community-driven crowdsourced placemaking program and the communities its being implemented in.

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The Power of Community-Driven Transformative Redevelopment

  1. 1. Crowdsourcing Triple-Bottom-Line Development The Power of Community-Driven Transformative Redevelopment:
 Engaging the Silent Majority
  2. 2. Glen Isle Mixed-Use Development Bristol, Connecticut Hempstead, Long Island Huntington Station, Long Island years35 80completed projects
  3. 3. Supply vs Demand
  4. 4. 40 Values % U.S. population
 to double by 
 2050 with 2/3 in urban nodes in suburbia Home
 values
  5. 5. WalkUPs (Walkable Urban Places)
  6. 6. Here is how the development model works...
  7. 7. Unified Development Approach Partners Process
  8. 8. 1. Segregated Ownership 2. Incentives for Partnering 3. Large Scale Development Occurs
  9. 9. 2 Crowdsourced Placemaking We go nowhere without community support…
  10. 10. • 24/7 participation online, monthly meetings. Not just charrettes. • 24/7 idea generation and upvoting of ideas. Not just focus groups and community meetings. • First-name basis with 100s of people. Not just with committee heads. • Community involvement in major features of the plan. Not just surveys. • Crowdfunding assistance to local businesses. Not just Facebook Likes. • Community campaigns for leasing Letters of Intent. Not just emails. • Demonstration events people can experience. Not just pretty renderings. • Collective impact involving everyone. Not just isolated impact with select few. This isn’t your father’s public engagement
  11. 11. Crowdsourced Placemaking
  12. 12. AmountofImpact/$ Everyone, ranked by ability to make an impact Collective impact/$ of the‘long tail’
 (the silent majority) Decision makers
  13. 13. Bristol Rising, CT 7-0 Unanimous Vote
  14. 14. Pop-Up Piazza Festival Gastropub Microbrewery Supermarket
  15. 15. 5-0 Bi-Partisan Vote of Approval Source the Station, Long Island 3 Members1400 Ideas for Places/Businesses200 Likes6000
  16. 16. Before CSPM After CSPM
  17. 17. Renew Hempstead, Long Island construction job years12,000 5000permanent full-time jobs 25 1 annual economic benefits infrastructure grants 39 annual tax revenue $ million $ billion $ million

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