Dallas TOD: HUD Challenge Grant Planning Update

Economic Development Committee
September 17, 2012

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Background
• City was awarded a $2.225 million grant under the HUD Sustainable Communities Challenge Grants program in 2010. • Grant funds are available for planning and pre development assistance related to affordable housing and TOD during a threeyear period • Fregonese Associates was selected from 12 firms to carry out the planning activities related to the grant.
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Grant Study Areas
There are five separate plans being developed:
1. Vickery Meadow (Walnut Hill and Park Lane Stations) 2. MLK 3. Hatcher 4. Lancaster Corridor (VA Medical and Kiest Stations) 5. Buckner

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Project Process

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Existing Conditions and Visioning January - May

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Plan Development and Strategies April - August

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Draft and Final Plan

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Implementation

September December

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First Phase (Completed)
January – May 2012 • • • • • • • Draft the Public Engagement Plan Create Public Involvement Toolkit Conduct Stakeholder Interviews Conduct Developer and Broker Interviews Evaluate Station Area Existing Conditions Develop Guiding Principles Develop Library of Feasible Buildings and Development Prototypes • Evaluate Policy Framework and Local Market
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Second Phase
• • • • • • • • May – December 2012 Conduct a Community Visioning Workshop Workshop Results and Major Ideas Open House Events Existing Conditions Analysis, Findings and Market Feasibility Study Findings Develop and Compare Draft Scenarios Create 2-D and 3-D Visualizations to Communicate the Scenarios Redevelopment Feasibility Analysis Develop Station Area Visions 6 First Five Year Implementation Strategy

Overview of Approach for Each Station Area
–Land Use Concept Plan –Strategic Near-Term Opportunities –Catalytic Projects
• Conceptual Site Plans • Visualizations • Development Programs and Proforma Analysis
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Kiest Station

Catalyst Sites
Adaptive Reuse Concept Opal TOD Concept

VA Med Center Station Lancaster Urban Village

Draft

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Catalytic Projects in the Lancaster Corridor
1. Lancaster Opal TOD Concept 2. Adaptive Reuse Concept

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Lancaster Opal TOD

Mixed-income apartments, housing for veterans, housing for special needs, A: 3 and 4 Story Phase One Mixed-Use Building neighborhood retail, service office and restaurants. B: 2 and 3 Story Phase Two Residential Units

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Lancaster Opal TOD Concept

Existing Building

Draft

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Adaptive Reuse Concept – Old Payless Shoe Store

Draft

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Adaptive Reuse Opportunity - Before

Draft
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Lancaster Adaptive Reuse Opportunity– After

Draft
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Catalyst Sites
Hatcher Square

Scyenne Road Hatcher Station

Draft
Adaptive Reuse Concept

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Catalytic Projects in Hatcher
1. Hatcher Square 2. Adaptive Reuse Concept on Second Avenue

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Hatcher Square Conceptual Site Plan

Draft

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Adaptive Reuse Concept Opportunity

Draft

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Hatcher 2nd Ave Catalyst Development Opportunity Site - Before

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Hatcher 2nd Ave Catalyst Development Opportunity Site - After

Draft
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Catalyst Sites

MLK Station

Adaptive Reuse Concept Station Development Concept

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Catalytic Projects in MLK
1. MLK Station Area Development Concept– artist lofts, apartments and small retail 2. Adaptive Reuse Concept

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MLK Station Concept

Draft

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Adaptive Reuse Concept

Draft

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MLK Adaptive Reuse Concept - Before

Draft
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MLK Adaptive Reuse Concept - After

Draft
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Commercial and Residential Development Concept

Catalyst Sites
DART Station

New Commercial Development Concept

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Catalytic Projects in Buckner
1. DART Station parking lot redevelopment concept 2. Residential and Commercial Development concept at Buckner and Elam

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Residential and Commercial Development Concept

Draft

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Buckner and Elam Mixed Use Development Concept

Draft

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Buckner Station Retail Development Concept

Draft

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DART Parking Lot Development Catalyst Development Concept – Before

Draft

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DART Parking Lot Development Catalyst Development Opportunity – After (Phase A)

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Catalyst Sites
Walnut Hill Station

Park Lane Station

Mixed Use Library Concept

Adaptive Reuse Concept Site Plan Concept for old Sam’s Club Area

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Catalytic Projects in Vickery Meadow
1. Mixed Use Library Development Concept 2. Site Plan concept for old Sam’s Club site and surrounding area 3. Adaptive reuse concept of liquor store building at Five Points

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Conceptual Drawing for Mixed Use Library Project - draft

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Mixed Use Library Concept

Draft

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Site Plan Concept for old Sam’s Club site and surrounding area

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Adaptive Reuse Concept

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Next Steps
• Developer roundtable in later this week to obtain Dallas developer feedback on catalyst project feasibility • Focus groups planned for October for additional community input • Catalyst projects will be designed to be complete development proposals with financial and design considerations • Present opportunity sites, transportation enhancements for better DART access and area plans to public in October meetings – Obtain additional feedback prior to presentation to Dallas City Council in December/January • Upon completion of area plans, City will issue Call for Projects to solicit study area projects seeking grant funding for preconstruction and land acquisition
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October – Roll out the Projects to the Public

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Visit the project website: www.dallastod.com

Fregonese Associates 1525 SW www.frego.com 97201 Park Avenue, Suite 200, Portland, OR

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