Making Smart Growth
Happen: Creating
Successful Regional
Alliances for Sustainable
Development
Wednesday,
October 13
2:45 ...
Deborah Westbrooke AICP
Executive Director
Washington Smart Growth Alliance
Member Organizations:
Chesapeake Bay Foundatio...
STRANGE BEDFELLOWS MAKE
SUCCESSFUL PARTNERS
Three Approaches Common Characteristics
 Vision NorthTexas – 16
counties surr...
John Promise PE
Director of Environment and
Development, North Central Texas
Council of Governments
Vision North Texas Mem...
William Kreager FAIA
Recognition Committee Chair
Quality Growth Alliance Member
Organizations:
ULI Seattle District
Puget ...
STRANGE BEDFELLOWS – GROUP OF 40
 First meeting in
January 2000
 Smart Growth
Regional Symposium -
May 2000
 Second and...
 ULIWashington
 Chesapeake Bay
Foundation
 Coalition for Smarter
Growth
 GreaterWashington
Board ofTrade
 Metropolita...
KEY INITIATIVES
 Smart Growth Recognition Program – 2002
 To provide third-party endorsement – including conservation an...
SMART GROWTH RECOGNITION
PROGRAM
 Quarterly evaluation by independent jury
 Purpose is to help good projects succeed
 O...
SMART GROWTH RECOGNITION
CRITERIA
 Location
 Density, Design and Mix of Uses
 Transportation/Mobility/Accessibility
 E...
TRANSPORTATION / MOBILITY /
ACCESSIBILITY
 Minimizes street widths
 Streets and sidewalks fully connect
with adjoining n...
DESIGN CRITERIA
 Organized as
neighborhoods and districts,
integrated with existing
urban fabric
 Public uses have disti...
PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN
Provides pedestrian scale elements to improve access to and
experience of the site
• Active spaces
• S...
THE RECORD OF RECOGNITION
Program began in 2002
58 development proposals
recognized
Located throughout the
region
Dist...
SAUL CENTERS, INC. - CLARENDON
CENTER - ARLINGTON,VA 2003
Adjacent to Clarendon
Metrorail station
Ground floor retail,
o...
THE HOLLADAY CORPORATION
METROPIKE – NORTH BETHESDA, MD 2007
 Redevelop suburban strip center across from White Flint
Met...
HOME PROPERTIES - FALKLAND NORTH –
SILVER SPRING, MD 2007
 Recognized in 2007; plans
raised controversy over
redevelopmen...
URBAN ATLANTIC - A&R DEVELOPMENT
CORP – RHODE ISLAND STATION, DC 2007
 Recognized in 2007
 Adjacent to the Rhode
Island ...
STAYING RELEVANT - PARTNERS
2006 Enterprise Community Partners of
DC
2009 ULI Terwilliger Center for Workforce
Housing
...
STAYING RELEVANT - PROGRAMS
2006 Regional
Conservation Priorities
Program
2009 Pilot to recognize
sector plans
2010 Ide...
NEW PARTNERS – NEW PROGRAMS
2009 Joint program with ULI Terwilliger Center to
recognize smart growth projects for provisi...
JEFFERSON APARTMENT GROUP-
RESIDENCES AT FAIRFAX GOV’T CENTER
 Result of a unique public-
private partnership –
formerly ...
GEORGELAS GROUP - TYSONSWEST,
TYSONS CORNER,VA
 A quarter-mile from proposedTyson West Metrorail Station
 Redevelop land...
MANY MODELS OF REGIONAL
COLLABORATION
 Atlanta Livable Communities
Coalition / ULI Atlanta –
www.livablecommunitiescoalit...
Sustainable North Texas
John Promise, P.E.
Director of Environment & Development
North Central Texas Council of Government...
Sustainable North Texas
1950
Development pattern in 1950
Sustainable North Texas
1980
Dallas & Tarrant Co grow - 1980
Sustainable North Texas
2000
Growth spreads - 2000
Sustainable North Texas
Projected Growth – Business As Usual
1.9 Million HH
5.4 Million Jobs2.3 Million Jobs3.1 Million Jo...
Sustainable North Texas
• Rail
• HOV/ Managed
• Tollways
• Freeways
• Intelligent
Transportation
Systems
• And more
2007 2...
Sustainable North Texas
Transportation
Air Quality
Water Supply
Environment
Vision North Texas launched in 2005
Energy
Sustainable North Texas
April 2005
Sustainable North Texas
NCTCOG 2000-2030 Forecast
Table # 7 Model
Table 7 Headline: Emerging New Growth Centers Through
Tr...
Sustainable North Texas
Lots of Awareness & Dialogue
Sustainable North Texas
 Characteristics are
changing
 More seniors
 Smaller % of households
with children
 Larger % o...
Sustainable North Texas
Sustainable North Texas
DISCLAIMER: Each scenario represents a different development concept. Regional household and emplo...
Sustainable North Texas
Keypad polling of stakeholders
97% said we should set
regional investment priorities
based on a pr...
Sustainable North Texas
Preferred Future
Protect Natural Assets
Sustainable North Texas
Regional
Ecosystem
Framework
Protect Natural Assets …
Sustainable North Texas
Preferred Future
Support Local
Agriculture in
Rural Areas
Protect Natural Assets
Sustainable North Texas
Action – With ag and health
interests, we want to do a
regional food production /
access study and...
Sustainable North Texas
Preferred Future
Support Local
Agriculture in
Rural Areas
Enhance
Separate
Communities
Protect Nat...
Sustainable North Texas
Preferred Future
Support Local
Agriculture in
Rural Areas
Be More Efficient in Outer Tier
Enhance
...
Sustainable North Texas
Be More Efficient in Outer Tier …
We used programmed Regional Wastewater Service Areas
as the prim...
Sustainable North Texas
Beginning to
“Greenprint”
growing
watersheds
to water
supply lakes
Austin
example
Sustainable North Texas
Preferred Future
Reinvest in Inner Tier
Support Local
Agriculture in
Rural Areas
Be More Efficient...
Sustainable North Texas
Reinvest in Inner Tier …
We are pursuing strategies to promote housing, including
TOD, that are af...
Sustainable North Texas
Reinvest in Inner Tier …
We are developing strategies
to make schools accessible by
walking and/or...
Sustainable North Texas
Regional Ecosystem
Framework ECONOMY
Housing Mobility
Community Character & Form
Education
HEALTH
...
Sustainable North Texas
1. Overview
2. People of North Texas
3. A Vision for North Texas
a. Vision Statement
b. Guiding Pr...
Making Smart Growth Happen:
Creating Successful Regional Alliances
for Sustainable Development
Urban Land Institute
Fall F...
William H. Kreager
FAIA, MIRM, LEED® AP
KBF Design
Seattle, Washington
Central Puget Sound
1.7 million more people & 1.2 million more jobs by 2040!
Reality Check
April 30, 2008
• A Regional Vision
• Community, business
government leaders
• Where growth should occur
in t...
Reality Check
April 30, 2008
• A Regional Vision
• Community, business
government leaders
• Where growth should occur
in t...
Reality Check Partners
Strange Bedfellows ? Hullo????
Strange Bedfellows ?
The New Federal Partnership
for Sustainable Communities
• $100 million to Regionally integrated planning
• $40 million to ...
Quality Growth Alliance Partners
QGA
Mission
• 3 year initiative
• Research, identify and
encourage
• Land-use Policy
• Transportation &
Infrastructure Pol...
QGA
Structure
• Chairperson
• Committee structure
• Original Eight Partners
• Quarterly meetings
QGA
Agenda
• Promulgating the “”Vision
• Challenging Barriers
• Building Alliances
• Impacting Public policy
• Community e...
Regional Challenges to Quality Growth
A White Paper
University of Washington
College of the Built Environment
Regional Transit Compact
QGA Leadership
All QGA Partners
Decision Commons
University of Washington
Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies
Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce
Recognition Program
All QGA Partners
Recognition
Program
• Top priority of the QGA
• Recognizes the best
pre-entitlement development
proposals
• Supports quali...
Program
Objectives
• Educate stakeholders
• High-quality development
• Generate project “role models”
• Establish a high s...
Recognition
Process
• Applications reviewed
• twice yearly
• Evaluation criteria
• 10-member jury working by
total consens...
Recognition
Criteria
1. Location
2. Density, design and
diversity of uses
3. Transportation, mobility,
accessibility
4. En...
Benefits to
Applicants
• Letter of recognition
• News, online
announcements
• Public testimony
• Smoother approvals
process
Benefits to
Community
• Higher quality development
• Early input on process
• Reflection of community input
Benefits to
Jurisdictions
• Higher quality development
• Shared community standard
• Reflection of community
input
2010 Quality Growth Alliance
Projects Selected for Recognition
Yesler Terrace
Seattle Housing Authority
Interbay
Freehold
Kirkland ParkPlace
Touchstone
Sunset Electric
Pryde + Johnson
Making Smart Growth Happen Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development
Making Smart Growth Happen Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development
Making Smart Growth Happen Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development
Making Smart Growth Happen Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development
Making Smart Growth Happen Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development
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Making Smart Growth Happen Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development

  1. 1. Making Smart Growth Happen: Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development Wednesday, October 13 2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  2. 2. Deborah Westbrooke AICP Executive Director Washington Smart Growth Alliance Member Organizations: Chesapeake Bay Foundation Coalition for Smarter Growth Enterprise Community Partners Greater Washington Board of Trade Metropolitan Washington Builders Council ULI Terwilliger Center for Workforce Housing ULI Washington
  3. 3. STRANGE BEDFELLOWS MAKE SUCCESSFUL PARTNERS Three Approaches Common Characteristics  Vision NorthTexas – 16 counties surrounding Dallas/FortWorth  Washington Smart Growth Alliance – National Capital Region (DC, MD,VA)  Quality Growth Alliance – Seattle - Puget Sound Region  Diversity of Partners – public, private, civic, academic  Common Ground – agreement around Regional Growth Issues  Commitment to Collaboration  Sustained Support overTime  Today - two of the Alliances with Recognition Programs
  4. 4. John Promise PE Director of Environment and Development, North Central Texas Council of Governments Vision North Texas Member Organizations: ULI North Texas District Council North Central Texas Council of Governments University of Texas, Arlington (among others)
  5. 5. William Kreager FAIA Recognition Committee Chair Quality Growth Alliance Member Organizations: ULI Seattle District Puget Sound Regional Council University ofWashington Enterprise Community Partners Cascade Land Conservancy MBAKS (Master Builders/King & Snohomish Counties) Futurewise NAIOP
  6. 6. STRANGE BEDFELLOWS – GROUP OF 40  First meeting in January 2000  Smart Growth Regional Symposium - May 2000  Second and third “group of 40” meetings – June and December 2000
  7. 7.  ULIWashington  Chesapeake Bay Foundation  Coalition for Smarter Growth  GreaterWashington Board ofTrade  MetropolitanWashington Builders' Council FOUNDING PARTNERS OFTHE ALLIANCE
  8. 8. KEY INITIATIVES  Smart Growth Recognition Program – 2002  To provide third-party endorsement – including conservation and environmental interests – of smart growth development projects during the entitlement or local review process, when support is needed most  Reality Check with ULIWashington – 2005  300 invited stakeholders from throughout the region and all sectors  Considered alternative scenarios for future growth of the region  Consensus view and agreed-upon principles included emphasis on compact growth, land and resource conservation, and addressing inequities in regional development  Regional Conservation Priorities – 2006  A mechanism for the business and development community to provide endorsement of conservation projects
  9. 9. SMART GROWTH RECOGNITION PROGRAM  Quarterly evaluation by independent jury  Purpose is to help good projects succeed  Only projects not yet approved are eligible  Project must meet Smart Growth Criteria to win recognition  Most important benefit - testimony at public hearings
  10. 10. SMART GROWTH RECOGNITION CRITERIA  Location  Density, Design and Mix of Uses  Transportation/Mobility/Accessibility  Environment  Affordable, Mixed Income Housing  Community Benefits and Participation
  11. 11. TRANSPORTATION / MOBILITY / ACCESSIBILITY  Minimizes street widths  Streets and sidewalks fully connect with adjoining neighborhoods  Uses structured or below grade parking and reduces parking  Transit, existing or planned, readily available  Uses Transportation Demand Management to reduce vehicle trips  Provides safe and direct pedestrian and bicycle access points and amenities.
  12. 12. DESIGN CRITERIA  Organized as neighborhoods and districts, integrated with existing urban fabric  Public uses have distinctive form and placed on important sites within the development
  13. 13. PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN Provides pedestrian scale elements to improve access to and experience of the site • Active spaces • Signage • Street furniture • Lighting • Plant materials • Sidewalk scale & material • Sun and shade devices such as canopies and awnings • Bus shelters • Fountains • Public art
  14. 14. THE RECORD OF RECOGNITION Program began in 2002 58 development proposals recognized Located throughout the region District of Columbia Arlington, Fairfax and Loudoun Counties,VA College Park, Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Gaithersburg, MD
  15. 15. SAUL CENTERS, INC. - CLARENDON CENTER - ARLINGTON,VA 2003 Adjacent to Clarendon Metrorail station Ground floor retail, office space and residential above Preserves a historic building Indistinguishable affordable housing units
  16. 16. THE HOLLADAY CORPORATION METROPIKE – NORTH BETHESDA, MD 2007  Redevelop suburban strip center across from White Flint Metrorail Station  Buildings brought up to sidewalk edge, all parking underground versus surface parking within front building setback
  17. 17. HOME PROPERTIES - FALKLAND NORTH – SILVER SPRING, MD 2007  Recognized in 2007; plans raised controversy over redevelopment of historic apartments  2009 County designated a portion as historic and allowed redevelopment of parcel closest to Silver Spring Metrorail Station  1,000 rental units including 250 affordable units  Strong urban edge with 15’ sidewalks, improved lighting  Harris Teeter grocery store, service retailers
  18. 18. URBAN ATLANTIC - A&R DEVELOPMENT CORP – RHODE ISLAND STATION, DC 2007  Recognized in 2007  Adjacent to the Rhode Island Metrorail Station  Apartments, ground-floor shops and restaurants  New commuter garage  Combines FHA financing, New Markets Tax Credits
  19. 19. STAYING RELEVANT - PARTNERS 2006 Enterprise Community Partners of DC 2009 ULI Terwilliger Center for Workforce Housing 2010 Considering new partners to broaden focus to “sustainability” 2010 Considering new financial sponsors
  20. 20. STAYING RELEVANT - PROGRAMS 2006 Regional Conservation Priorities Program 2009 Pilot to recognize sector plans 2010 Identified need for regional leadership training on smart and sustainable growth
  21. 21. NEW PARTNERS – NEW PROGRAMS 2009 Joint program with ULI Terwilliger Center to recognize smart growth projects for provision of Workforce Housing (defined as affordable to households earning from 60% to 100 % of Area Median Income). First joint recognition granted in September 2010 to two very different projects in Fairfax County
  22. 22. JEFFERSON APARTMENT GROUP- RESIDENCES AT FAIRFAX GOV’T CENTER  Result of a unique public- private partnership – formerly County owned land on Government Center Campus  All 270 rental units will be affordable to households earning from 50 percent to 100 percent of AMI  Will work together to move qualifying County employees into the development
  23. 23. GEORGELAS GROUP - TYSONSWEST, TYSONS CORNER,VA  A quarter-mile from proposedTyson West Metrorail Station  Redevelop land occupied by car dealerships, industrial uses and office buildings – “TransformingTysons Master Plan”  Three neighborhoods, with six million square feet of mixed use development - residential, office, retail and hotel uses
  24. 24. MANY MODELS OF REGIONAL COLLABORATION  Atlanta Livable Communities Coalition / ULI Atlanta – www.livablecommunitiescoalition.org  Colorado Tomorrow Alliance / ULI Colorado – colorado.uli.org/  myregion.org / ULI Central Florida – www.myregion.org  Smart Growth Partnership - A Southeast Florida Initiative / ULI Southeast Florida – www.smartgrowthpartnership.org  Vision North Texas / ULI North Texas – www.visionnorthtexas.org  Ten at theTop / ULI South Carolina – www.tenatthetop.org  Envision CentralTexas / ULI Houston www.envisioncentraltexas.org  Reality Check First Coast / ULI North Florida – realitycheckfirstcoast.com  Research Triangle Region / ULI Triangle – www.researchtriangle.org  One Bay / ULITampa Bay – www.myonebay.com  Move AZ One / ULI Arizona – www.azone.org arizona.uli.org
  25. 25. Sustainable North Texas John Promise, P.E. Director of Environment & Development North Central Texas Council of Governments 2010 ULI Fall Meeting
  26. 26. Sustainable North Texas 1950 Development pattern in 1950
  27. 27. Sustainable North Texas 1980 Dallas & Tarrant Co grow - 1980
  28. 28. Sustainable North Texas 2000 Growth spreads - 2000
  29. 29. Sustainable North Texas Projected Growth – Business As Usual 1.9 Million HH 5.4 Million Jobs2.3 Million Jobs3.1 Million Jobs 1.5 Million HH 3.4 Million HH Year 2000 Year 2030 Households Employment NCTCOG 2000-2030 Forecast Continued “speading” of growth
  30. 30. Sustainable North Texas • Rail • HOV/ Managed • Tollways • Freeways • Intelligent Transportation Systems • And more 2007 2030 Traffic congestion worsens
  31. 31. Sustainable North Texas Transportation Air Quality Water Supply Environment Vision North Texas launched in 2005 Energy
  32. 32. Sustainable North Texas April 2005
  33. 33. Sustainable North Texas NCTCOG 2000-2030 Forecast Table # 7 Model Table 7 Headline: Emerging New Growth Centers Through Transit Oriented Development Challenge: Can your table accommodate growth in a way that is more successful & sustainable?
  34. 34. Sustainable North Texas Lots of Awareness & Dialogue
  35. 35. Sustainable North Texas  Characteristics are changing  More seniors  Smaller % of households with children  Larger % of single person households  Larger % of ‘transit’ households 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 2000 2030 2050 Millions Population Jobs Pop doubles to 12 million
  36. 36. Sustainable North Texas
  37. 37. Sustainable North Texas DISCLAIMER: Each scenario represents a different development concept. Regional household and employment growth are assumed to be the same in each scenario; however, the location of the growth varies. Development intensity was manually redistributed to best represent each scenario’s regional development pattern. This data was created specifically for Vision North Texas and has not been evaluated for other uses. Responsibility for the use of this data lies solely with the user. Low Low- Moderate Moderate Moderate- High High COG 2030 Forecast Connected Centers Diverse, Distinct Communities Return on Investment Green Region 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 4,000 4,500 Households by Intensity Range (in thousands) Comparison of Vision North Texas Scenarios 3M low density HH vs 4M projected Lots more low-moderate intensity TOD where appropriate
  38. 38. Sustainable North Texas Keypad polling of stakeholders 97% said we should set regional investment priorities based on a preferred growth scenario Sept 2009 workshop From the scenario analysis we have recommended a preferred future for 2050
  39. 39. Sustainable North Texas Preferred Future Protect Natural Assets
  40. 40. Sustainable North Texas Regional Ecosystem Framework Protect Natural Assets …
  41. 41. Sustainable North Texas Preferred Future Support Local Agriculture in Rural Areas Protect Natural Assets
  42. 42. Sustainable North Texas Action – With ag and health interests, we want to do a regional food production / access study and plan, like metro Philadelphia COG http://www.dvrpc.org/Food/
  43. 43. Sustainable North Texas Preferred Future Support Local Agriculture in Rural Areas Enhance Separate Communities Protect Natural Assets
  44. 44. Sustainable North Texas Preferred Future Support Local Agriculture in Rural Areas Be More Efficient in Outer Tier Enhance Separate Communities Protect Natural Assets
  45. 45. Sustainable North Texas Be More Efficient in Outer Tier … We used programmed Regional Wastewater Service Areas as the primary basis for the Outer Tier Now updating the regional wastewater plan
  46. 46. Sustainable North Texas Beginning to “Greenprint” growing watersheds to water supply lakes Austin example
  47. 47. Sustainable North Texas Preferred Future Reinvest in Inner Tier Support Local Agriculture in Rural Areas Be More Efficient in Outer Tier Enhance Separate Communities Protect Natural Assets
  48. 48. Sustainable North Texas Reinvest in Inner Tier … We are pursuing strategies to promote housing, including TOD, that are affordable to diverse income groups near transit lines and employment centers.
  49. 49. Sustainable North Texas Reinvest in Inner Tier … We are developing strategies to make schools accessible by walking and/or transit and help special needs populations (elderly, mentally or physically disabled) access affordable housing near transit.
  50. 50. Sustainable North Texas Regional Ecosystem Framework ECONOMY Housing Mobility Community Character & Form Education HEALTH Climate Resilience Policy Recommendations For:
  51. 51. Sustainable North Texas 1. Overview 2. People of North Texas 3. A Vision for North Texas a. Vision Statement b. Guiding Principles c. Preferred Future 4. Action Package a. Priority Action Tools visionnorthtexas.org
  52. 52. Making Smart Growth Happen: Creating Successful Regional Alliances for Sustainable Development Urban Land Institute Fall Forum 2010
  53. 53. William H. Kreager FAIA, MIRM, LEED® AP KBF Design Seattle, Washington
  54. 54. Central Puget Sound 1.7 million more people & 1.2 million more jobs by 2040!
  55. 55. Reality Check April 30, 2008 • A Regional Vision • Community, business government leaders • Where growth should occur in the 4-county area • LEGO exercise • Carbon footprint analysis • Prioritized Goals
  56. 56. Reality Check April 30, 2008 • A Regional Vision • Community, business government leaders • Where growth should occur in the 4-county area • LEGO exercise • Carbon footprint analysis • Prioritized Goals
  57. 57. Reality Check Partners
  58. 58. Strange Bedfellows ? Hullo????
  59. 59. Strange Bedfellows ?
  60. 60. The New Federal Partnership for Sustainable Communities • $100 million to Regionally integrated planning • $40 million to local communities as Challenge Grants • $10 million for Research and Program Evaluation
  61. 61. Quality Growth Alliance Partners
  62. 62. QGA Mission • 3 year initiative • Research, identify and encourage • Land-use Policy • Transportation & Infrastructure Policy • Community education
  63. 63. QGA Structure • Chairperson • Committee structure • Original Eight Partners • Quarterly meetings
  64. 64. QGA Agenda • Promulgating the “”Vision • Challenging Barriers • Building Alliances • Impacting Public policy • Community education
  65. 65. Regional Challenges to Quality Growth A White Paper University of Washington College of the Built Environment
  66. 66. Regional Transit Compact QGA Leadership All QGA Partners
  67. 67. Decision Commons University of Washington Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce
  68. 68. Recognition Program All QGA Partners
  69. 69. Recognition Program • Top priority of the QGA • Recognizes the best pre-entitlement development proposals • Supports quality, visionary growth • Confidential process • “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval”
  70. 70. Program Objectives • Educate stakeholders • High-quality development • Generate project “role models” • Establish a high standard for quality-growth
  71. 71. Recognition Process • Applications reviewed • twice yearly • Evaluation criteria • 10-member jury working by total consensus • Endorsements, publicity • Public testimony
  72. 72. Recognition Criteria 1. Location 2. Density, design and diversity of uses 3. Transportation, mobility, accessibility 4. Environment 5. Mixed-income housing 6. Community benefits 7. Community participation
  73. 73. Benefits to Applicants • Letter of recognition • News, online announcements • Public testimony • Smoother approvals process
  74. 74. Benefits to Community • Higher quality development • Early input on process • Reflection of community input
  75. 75. Benefits to Jurisdictions • Higher quality development • Shared community standard • Reflection of community input
  76. 76. 2010 Quality Growth Alliance Projects Selected for Recognition
  77. 77. Yesler Terrace Seattle Housing Authority
  78. 78. Interbay Freehold
  79. 79. Kirkland ParkPlace Touchstone
  80. 80. Sunset Electric Pryde + Johnson

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