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NEIGHBORHOOD FRAMEWORK PLAN OPTIONS PUBLIC WORKSHOP


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AGENDA
INTRODUCTION PLANNING PROCESS
Intent & Objectives Project Boundaries Scope of Services Project Schedule Stakeholder Interviews

SUMMARY OF WORK TO DATE SUMMARY OF PUBLIC WORKSHOP # 01

SUMMARY ISSUES & IDEAS


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Community Vision Community Goals Options

SMALL-GROUP WORK SESSION & WRAP UP

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INTENT & OBJECTIVES


The intent of the Urban Design & Development Plan is to continue the neighborhoods revitalization to achieve the Community Councils (CC) stated LongTerm Goal for SkinkerDeBaliviere to be an inclusive, cohesive, sustainable and vibrant urban community. (ref: RFP)

Objectives: Engage residents and stakeholders Build on the CC's sub-committee work such as the Identity & Positioning Plan. Identify specific projects and community priorities. Provide necessary implementation documentation for development partners, funding sources, and the community. Revitalization to occur over the longterm (20-25years) without the use of eminent domain

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WHY PLAN?
The previous comprehensive neighborhood development plan was completed in 1988 by Kennedy Associates The Skinker DeBaliviere community has experienced significant stabilization and improvement within the neighborhood over the last decades. (Housing rehab, Condo Developments, East Loop Improvements, increased security, Development at Skinker and
Forest Park Parkway, etc..)

There are a number of planning and development projects in and immediately surrounding the neighborhood. (Loop Retail Study, Centennial Greenway, St.
Vincent Greenway, TOD Study, Loop Trolley Project, Gotham Building, etc.)

Thus, this planning process should facilitate a dialogue on how best the community should continue to evolve over the long-term and then identify steps to make that vision a reality.

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CONTEXT AREA
Page Avenue to the North Kingsland Boulevard & Big Bend Boulevard to the West Union Boulevard to the East Forsyth Boulevard to the South 2.2 miles x 1.9 miles

STUDY AREA
Block North of Delmar Boulevard Centerline of Lindell / Centerline of Skinker / Centerline of Forest Park Pkwy. Block East of DeBaliviere Avenue Centerline of Melville Avenue 1.17 miles x 0.59 miles

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SCOPE OF SERVICES
1.0 SITE INVESTIGATION
Analysis at Two (2) Scales Planning Initiatives Review Demographics Neighborhood Market Survey Stakeholder Interviews

2.0 GUIDING VISION & LIVABILITY PRINCIPLES


Draft Vision, Goals, and Livability Principles Steering Committee Meeting 01/Public Workshop 01 Refinement of Vision, Goals, and Sustainability/Livability Principles

3.0 SKINKER DEBALIVIERE NEIGHBORHOOD OPTIONS


Urban Design & Development Plan Framework Options Steering Committee Meeting 02/Public Workshop 02 Identification of Preferred Plan Options & Focus Areas

4.0 SKINKER DEBALIVIERE PLAN PREFERRED OPTION


Urban Design & Development Plan Preferred Option Draft Focus Areas Concepts & Strategies Draft Delmar Boulevard/DeBaliviere Avenue Commercial & TOD Strategies Steering Committee Meeting 03/Public Workshop 03 Steering Committee Meeting 04

5.0 FINAL URBAN DEISGN & DEVELOPMENT PLAN


Final Urban Design & Development Plan Preferred Option Final Focus Areas Concepts & Strategies Final Delmar Boulevard/DeBaliviere Avenue Commercial & TOD Strategies Draft Implementation Plan, Project Identification & Prioritization Final Implementation Plan, Project Identification & Prioritization Final Public Presentation Submission of Final Deliverables

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PROJECT SCHEDULE
November 12, 2012 November 13, 2012 November 16, 17,19, 27 December 4, 2012 February 11, 2013 February 11, 2013 February 13, 2013 March 22, 2013 March 26, 2013 April 5, 2013 May 14, 2013 Steering Committee Meeting 01 Public Workshop 01 Stakeholder Interviews Steering Committee Meeting Community Council Board Meeting Public Workshop 02 Steering Committee Meeting Public Workshop 03 Steering Committee Meeting 04 Final Public Presentation

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STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEWS
STAKEHOLDER FOCUS GROUPS (55 people)
11/15/12, 11/17/12 - Ward 26 and Ward 28 Alderman and Alderwoman 11/16/12 - St. Louis Public Schools 11/16/12 - Marketing and Real Estate 11/16/12 - Delmar Commercial 11/16/12 - Residential & Developers 11/17/12 - Parks, Gardens & Open Space 11/17/12 - West End Neighbors 11/19/12 - Metro St. Louis Transit 11/27/12 - DeBaliviere Avenue Residents & Business Owners 12/4/12 - Washington University in St. Louis SLACO Meetings

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SUMMARY OF WORK TO DATE

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COMMUNITY HISTORY

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COMMUNITY HISTORY

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PREVIOUS PLANNING EFFORTS


1967 Analysis of Renewal Concerns in the Skinker-DeBalivere neighborhood, St. Louis 1977 Pershing-Waterman Urban Renewal Project (Debaliviere Place) 1978/1984 Skinker-DeBaliviere Catlin Tract Parkview Historic District Nomination Nina Place Improvement Program 1982 DeBaliviere Place by Pantheon 1988 Skinker-DeBaliviere Planning

Study, Kennedy Associates


1991 Interim Housing Strategy 1992 Delmar Boulevard The Wabash Railway District Thesis Proposal 1994 Delmar Link Area Blighting Study & Plan 1999 Delmar Devel. & Busi. Expansion Prgm. 2000 Delmar Blvd. Trolley Feasibility Study 2010 Re-Imagining Lucier Park 2011 Delmar Loop Area Retail Development 2012 Parkview Gardens Neighborhood Plan 2012 St. Vincent Greenway Plan 2012 Loop Trolley Plan 2012 City of St. Louis Sustainability Plan

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COMMUNITY ANALYSIS

AERIAL

BASE MAP

NEIGHBORHOODS

TOPOGRAPHY

STREETS

BARRIERS

ENTRANCES

CIRCULATION

BLOCKS

SIDEWALKS

PARCEL SIZE

BUILDINGS

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COMMUNITY ANALYSIS

BUILDING USE

BUILDING HEIGHT

INSTITUTIONS

PARKING

ALLEYS

PARKS, PLAZAS, GARDENS

LANDSCAPE

GREENWAYS

BIKE ROUTES

TRANSIT

BUS ROUTES

HISTORIC DISTRICTS

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SKINKER DEBALIVIERE COMMUNITY COUNCIL


MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETINGS Security Committee Historic District Committee Residential Committee
- Parking, Home repair

Skinker DeBaliviere Community Housing Corporation


- Renovations

Delmar Commercial Committee Public Space & Beautification Committee Neighborhood Services Committee
- Aging in Place Survey

Marketing Committee Arts Council


- Concerts, Wintermarkt

Brown School Collaborations


- Volunteer Programs

Community Builders Network


- UMSL Public Policy Program

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COMMUNITY EVENTS Wintermarkt CSA Programs Summer Concerts New Neighbor Welcome Party Bowling Arts Fairs Joes Bar Home Improvement Workshops St. Rochs Halloween Party Rugby Games Block Parties Big BIG Housing Tour in Skinker DeBaliviere Homecoming Rags to Riches Community Gardening Workshops Youth Environmental Arts Workshop AND MORE!

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
POPULATION: 4,077 (2010) White: 2,029 African America: 1,544 American Indian or Alaska: 17 Asia: 353 Native Hawaiian: 1 Other:17 Two or More Races: 116 Hispanic or Latino: 116 AGE Under 18 years: 581 Between 18 45 years: 2,006 Between 45 54 years: 392 Between 55 64 years: 549 Over 65: 549 HOUSING UNITS 2,162 Occupied: 1,920 Vacant: 242* Average: 2.12 people per household
*according to 2010 census data

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE
Between 0 10 years: 384 9.4% Between 10 18 years: 290 7.1%

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AGE
Between 0 10 years: 384 9.4% Between 10 18 years: 290 7.1% Between 18 20 years: 152 3.7% Between 21 24 years: 694 17%

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AGE
Between 0 10 years: 384 9.4% Between 10 18 years: 290 7.1% Between 18 20 years: 152 3.7% Between 21 24 years: 694 17% Between 25 34 years: 886 21.7%

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE
Between 0 10 years: 384 9.4% Between 10 18 years: 290 7.1% Between 18 20 years: 152 3.7% Between 21 24 years: 694 17% Between 25 34 years: 886 21.7% Between 35 44 years: 527 12.9%

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AGE
Between 0 10 years: 384 9.4% Between 10 18 years: 290 7.1% Between 18 20 years: 152 3.7% Between 21 24 years: 694 17% Between 25 34 years: 886 21.7% Between 35 44 years: 527 12.9% Between 45 54 years: 392 9.6% Between 55 64 years: 549 13.4%

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE
Between 0 10 years: 384 9.4% Between 10 18 years: 290 7.1% Between 18 20 years: 152 3.7% Between 21 24 years: 694 17% Between 25 34 years: 886 21.7% Between 35 44 years: 527 12.9% Between 45 54 years: 392 9.6% Between 55 64 years: 549 13.4% Over 65: 549 13.4%

16.5 % of the population is Under 18 34.6% of the population is between 25 and 45 13.4% of the population is over 65
Skinker DeBaliviere is a truly Multi-generational neighborhood and should embrace design for all age groups

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE SAFETY
Perceived Unsafe (ref: meetings/interviews)

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AGE SAFETY
Perceived Unsafe Actual Crime 2011

Despite perceptions, crime is actually distributed throughout the neighborhood

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AGE SAFETY
Perceived Unsafe Actual Crime 2011 Total of 253 crimes

Thefts are concentrated on the Loop and in the Southwest corner of the neighborhood.
Nearly all assaults occurred east of the MetroLink tracks.

Burglary Arson Assault Robbery Vehicle Theft Theft Other Pickpocket / Purse Snatch Theft from Vehicle / Vehicle Parts

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE SAFETY
Perceived Unsafe Actual Crime 2011 Total of 253 crimes Actual Crime Totals 2012 (November) Total of 262 crimes

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AGE SAFETY
Perceived Unsafe Actual Crime 2011 Total of 253 crimes Actual Crime Totals 2012 (November) Total of 262 crimes Security Camera Locations in the Loop University City Only

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE SAFETY AVAILABLE SITES

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE SAFETY AVAILABLE SITES

Surface Parking Lots Vacant Sites Vacant Buildings

Surface parking is concentrated around the edges of the neighborhood. The majority of residential vacancies are east of the MetroLink tracks.

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ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS
AGE SAFETY AVAILABLE SITES DESIGNATED REDEVELOPMENT AREAS

Delmar Link West End Chapter 99 Chapter 100

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AGE SAFETY AVAILABLE SITES DESIGNATED REDEVELOPMENT AREAS OPPORTUNITY AREAS

DELMAR STATION TOD

SKINKER STATION TOD

DEBALIVIERE STATION TOD

High Propensity for Change 0 to 15 Years

High Propensity for Change 24 Acres 6 %

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AGE SAFETY AVAILABLE SITES DESIGNATED REDEVELOPMENT AREAS OPPORTUNITY AREAS

DELMAR STATION TOD

SKINKER STATION TOD

DEBALIVIERE STATION TOD

High Propensity for Change 0 to 15 Years Medium Propensity for Change 15 to 25 Years

High Propensity for Change 24 Acres 6 % Medium Propensity for Change 34 Acres 8 %

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AGE SAFETY VACANCY REDEVELOPMENT AREAS OPPORTUNITY AREAS

DELMAR STATION TOD

SKINKER STATION TOD

DEBALIVIERE STATION TOD

High Propensity for Change 0 to 15 Years Medium Propensity for Change 15 to 25 Years Preservation, Rehab & Infill - Ongoing

High Propensity for Change 24 Acres 6 % Medium Propensity for Change 34 Acres 8 %

On-going Preservation, Rehab & Infill 365 Acres 86 %

Demographic Transition

1
2

Market Opportunity

Creating Value through Design

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift


Demographics are Changing
More Seniors
More Singles Smaller Families
Demand will increase for smaller homes

Households without children

Americans Turning 65 Each Year

52%

1960

1.5M 2000
4.3M 2025

72%
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

2025

Source: Census for 1960 and 2000, 2025 adapted from Martha Farnsworth Riche, How Changes in the Nations Age and Household Structure Will Reshape Housing Demand in the 21st Century, HUD (2003).

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift


Housing Preferences are Changing
Housing Preference Surveys
Nelson (2006), RCLCo (2008), Myers & Gearin (2001), NAR (2011), AHS (2010)

More Segmented

Large Lot

Small Lot

Attached

Greater Mix of Uses*


One-third of suburbanites would prefer to live somewhere walkable** 80 million Millennials: 88% want to be in an urban setting***
* National Association of Realtors: The 2011 Community Preference Survey, 2011 ** SMARTRAQ 2007 *** No McMansions for Millennials, WSI, January 13, 2011

28%
38% 38%

39%

29% 37% 37%

37%

43% 25% 25% 24%

Nelson

RCLCo

NAR

AHS

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift


Urban Professionals
Close to work Trendiness Safety Cleanliness Schools

Families that prefer walkable communities


Schools Safety Cleanliness

Empty Nesters
Safety Services

Young Professionals, Hipsters, Urban Pioneers


Authenticity Trendiness Design History Irony

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift


Precentage Growth in 25-34 Year Old Population with a Four-Year Degree
2000-2009
MSA Atlanta Boston Buffalo Charlotte Cincinnati Columbus Cleveland Houston Indianapolis Las Vegas Louisville Nashville Pittsburgh Raleigh Phoenix St. Louis Washington DC Total, 51 Largest MSAs Close-in Rest of MSA 61% 7% 40% -2% 27% 7% 34% 20% 28% 10% 45% 23% 49% -10% 62% 18% 83% 14% 19% 59% 10% 19% 41% 21% 40% 9% 28% 25% 14% 32% 87% 16% 31% 9% 26% 13%

St. Louis Neighborhoods have excelled at attracting young, educated residents.

Source: CEOs for Cities, American Community Survey

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift

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DISPLACED URBANITES

Metropolitans
Median Household Income

Metro Renters
Median Household Income

Young and Restless


Median Household Income

$62,800
Average Age

$59,700
Average Age

$45,200
Average Age

38
Percentage of Ownership

34
Percentage of Ownership

28
Percentage of Ownership

62%
Average Household Size

22%
Average Household Size

15%
Average Household Size

2.09
Predominant Household Type

1.61
Predominant Household Type

2.00
Predominant Household Type

Singles, Couples, Roommates


DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Singles, Roommates

Singles, Roommates

Source: ESRI Business Analyst 2011. Data Presented are national figures.

MARKET ANALYSIS: MARKET SEGMENTATION


Young and Restless
St. Louis 2000

Affordability Safety Modern/Updated Mix of Uses Trendiness

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

MARKET ANALYSIS: MARKET SEGMENTATION


Young and Restless
St. Louis 2010

Affordability Safety Modern/Updated Mix of Uses Trendiness

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift

Whisper Hollow

Paul Brown Lofts

West Pointe
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift


Urban Professionals
St. Louis 2010

Forest Park

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Analysis: The Demographic Shift


Displaced Urbanites
St. Louis 2010

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Demographic Transition

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2

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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Opportunity

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Opportunity
Conceptual Phasing Diagram
Phase 1 Year Single Family & Townhome High Density Condos Rehabbed Condos Dense/T.O.D. Apartments Rehabbed Apartments Affordable Apartments 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Phase 2 8 9 10 11 12 Phase 3 13 14 15 Total Units 450 250 650 1,050 850 350

15 Year Demand: Several Thousand Units

Including: Rental For-sale Affordable units

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Market Opportunity
Development Value per Acre
Development Strategies 2011 0 Single Family
Townhome High Density Condos Renovated Condos Rehabbed Condos T.O.D. Apartments

10

12

14

(Million)

$25 million

High Density Apartments Renovated Apartments Rehabbed Apartments Affordable Apartments

Acquisition Cost
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Demographic Transition

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2

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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

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Creating Value: Design

Property premiums for TOD range from 7 to 24 percent.*


*Victoria

Transport Policy Institute, 2011 Diagram provided by Peter Calthorpe

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Creating Value: Design

Crocker Park Image Source: MSI Design

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Creating Value: Design


Sales Data for Historic, Walkable Communities
Sources: Zillow, DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES 2011

$800 $700 $600 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $0

Median Home Price (000's)

Sale Price psf

The market places a premium on historic, walkable communities


DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Creating Value: Design

Northville, Michigan

Northville, Michigan

Winter Park, Florida

Hudson, Ohio

Great places create value for residential development


DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Creating Value: Design


Average Home Sale Increase Since 1997
Source: Zillow 2012

200%

150%

100%

50%

0%

-50% Mar 1997 Mar 1998 Mar 1999 Mar 2000 Mar 2001 Mar 2002 Mar 2003 Mar 2004 Mar 2005 Mar 2006 Mar 2007 Mar 2008 Mar 2009 Mar 2010 Mar 2011 Mar 2012

St. Louis Metro


DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Skinker DeBaliviere

Historic Main Street in St. Charles DeBaliviere Place University City

Creating Value: Design

Millennium Park

Central Park

Citygarden

Property premiums for parks in new developments range from 2 to 50 percent, depending largely on urban design, park development, and access and visibility*

*Adapted from John L. Cromptons research, as well as Matthew Wetlis research at the Danter Company

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

Creating Value: Design

Stapleton

Stapleton

With town squares and village greens, size is less important than architecture and the manner in which buildings are oriented.*
*Adapted from Matthew Wetlis research at the Danter Company

DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

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PUBLIC WORKSHOP #01


DATE: November 13, 2012
Residents and community members participated in identifying the important issues of livability in Skinker-DeBaliviere. With a presentation and group work session.

PRESENTED
Community History Demographics Previous Planning Efforts Community Analysis Summary Assets & Issues Draft Vision & Goals Livability Principles

SMALL GROUPS WORKSESSION


Participants used markers on a neighborhood map to illustrate concerns and ideas for the neighborhood and for the vision and goals of the plan.

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WORKBOARDS
PROCESS
Small groups spent 20 minutes with each board discussing first the assets and issues then reviewing, discussing, and giving input for the Vision, Livability Goals, and Ideas.

TRANSIT

GOAL
Give new Ideas, revise Livability Goals and Vision, Draw your ideas on the map.

BOARD 1: Community Assets & Issues BOARD 2: Vision, Livability Goals & Ideas

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today

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Skinker is a huge barrier. The Des Peres divide is real.

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1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods.

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Huge racial segregation issue blacks in the southeast and east parts of the neighborhood are uncomfortable in the northwest and west parts of the neighborhood, and whites are uncomfortable in the black parts of the neighborhood.

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood.

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Forest Park Parkway is The Wall The Des Peres Divide is real.

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1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity.

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Barriers and diverters are problematic within the neighborhood and should be removed.

Circulation is a problem for some, not for others.

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues.

SELECT QUOTES FROM WORKBOARDS & FOCUS GROUPS There is a speeding problem throughout the neighborhood. Alleys act as streets in the neighborhood, not only for residents, but also for delivery people and some commuters. There are at least 2 accidents a week on Skinker because of people using the alleys.

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1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians.

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Alleys act as streets in the neighborhood, not only for residents, but also for delivery people and some commuters. There are at least 2 accidents a week on Skinker because of people using the alleys.

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1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities.

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses.

SELECT QUOTES FROM WORKBOARDS & FOCUS GROUPS There needs to be a diversity of businesses. This should be the goal rather than just renting out the space If we want to attract a new kind of people, you have to have quality businesses that attract these people. There is a upswell in neighborhood owned/neighborhood raised restaurants and businesses how do we capitalize on this?

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1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses. 9. Lack of grocery store.

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Wed like a Trader Joes or a Walmart Neighborhood Market

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses. 9. Lack of grocery store. 10. Negative perception of DeBaliviere Avenue.

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DeBaliviere used to be the center of the community.

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses. 9. Lack of grocery store. 10. Negative perception of DeBaliviere Avenue. 11. Parks and open spaces lack amenities, have poor access, and are under used.

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1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses. 9. Lack of grocery store. 10. Negative perception of DeBaliviere Avenue. 11. Parks and open spaces lack amenities, have poor access, and are under used. 12. Parking congestion in southwest corner. Concerns about trolley parking.

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Residents often have to park a few blocks away from their home and walk.

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1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses. 9. Lack of grocery store. 10. Negative perception of DeBaliviere Avenue. 11. Parks and open spaces lack amenities, have poor access, and are under used. 12. Parking congestion in southwest corner. Concerns about trolley parking. 13. Hamilton school has limited interaction with residents and students in neighborhood.

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Wed like for Hamilton School to have a better perception and be more active in the neighborhood.

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses. 9. Lack of grocery store. 10. Negative perception of DeBaliviere Avenue. 11. Parks and open spaces lack amenities, have poor access, and are under used. 12. Parking congestion in southwest corner. Concerns about trolley parking. 13. Hamilton school has limited interaction with residents and students in neighborhood. 14. Crime in neighborhood, Lucier park, Delmar, and at MetroLink stations is an ongoing issue.

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If this area is not safe, none of this will ever work.

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SUMMARY ISSUES
1. Historical physical divisions create a fragmented neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and communication, engagement & inclusiveness & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create barriers on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor connectivity. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in poor circulation, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main Intersections are dangerous for pedestrians. 7. Edges create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable businesses. 9. Lack of grocery store. 10. Negative perception of DeBaliviere Avenue. 11. Parks and open spaces lack amenities, have poor access, and are under used. 12. Parking congestion in southwest corner. Concerns about trolley parking. 13. Hamilton school has limited interaction with residents and students in neighborhood. 14. Crime in neighborhood, Lucier park, Delmar, and at MetroLink stations is an ongoing issue. 15. Address neighborhood vacancies, including Des Peres School.

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If this area is not safe, none of this will ever work.

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1. Historical physical divisions create a FRAGMENTED neighborhood still present today. 2. Poor internal communication and COMMUNICATION, ENGAGEMENT & INCLUSIVENESS & lack of coordination with surrounding neighborhoods. 3. Major streets and MetroLink create BARRIERS on edges and within neighborhood. 4. Limited entrances and exits cause poor CONNECTIVITY. 5. One way streets, dead ends, and alleys inhibit cut-through traffic but result in POOR CIRCULATION, cause speeding, and traffic flow issues. 6. Main INTERSECTIONS ARE DANGEROUS for pedestrians. 7. EDGES create negative image, perceived as unsafe, do not support daily community activities. 8. Lack of diverse and viable BUSINESSES. 9. Lack of GROCERY STORE. 10. Negative perception of DEBALIVIERE Avenue. 11. PARKS and open spaces lack amenities, have poor access, and are under used. 12. PARKING congestion in southwest corner. Concerns about trolley parking. 13. HAMILTON SCHOOL has limited interaction with residents and students in neighborhood. 14. CRIME AND SAFETY in neighborhood, Lucier park, and at MetroLink stations is an ongoing issue. Safety on Delmar is a concern. 15. Address neighborhood vacancies, including DES PERES SCHOOL.

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DELMAR METROLINK STATION
SAFETY EDGES

CIRCULATION

PARKS

TRAFFIC

DIVIDED NEIGHBORHOOD PARKING MAJOR ROADS

COMMUNICATION

NEIGHBORHOOD ENTRANCES

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

FOREST PARK / DEBALIVIERE METROLINK STATION

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SUMMARY IDEAS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Create TOD AT DELMAR AND DEBALIVIERE Stations Bring diverse and viable BUSINESSES to Delmar Green DES PERES and open it to Delmar. Add BIKE LANES ON SKINKER Bring viable BUSINESSES to DeBaliviere. Create pedestrian connection to MetroLink station. Improve timing and PEDESTRIAN SAFETY AT INTERSECTIONS. Organize to create an IDENTIFIABLE STREET CHARACTER FOR EASTERN DELMAR CORRIDOR. Create PARKING STANDARDS for neighborhood and Delmar that align with future development goals. Create a DOG PARK, IMPROVE LUCIER PARK, IMPROVE CONNECTION TO FOREST PARK. Create GREEN STREETS, rain gardens, energy efficiency. Improve INTERNAL COMMUNICATION INFILL vacant lots, REHAB deteriorating homes. Create accessible SENIOR HOUSING Improve SECURITY with cameras on Delmar. Work block by block to IMPROVE MCPHERSON/LAUREL AREA on east side of MetroLink right of way. EXPAND THE TROLLEY south on Skinker, connect to CWE and Downtown. Create PARKS AND PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH AND SENIORS. DELMAR STATION TOD

SKINKER STATION TOD

DEBALIVIERE STATION TOD

18. Promote OWNER OCCUPANCY of single family homes and responsible management of rental properties 19. Establish funding/maintenance PARTNERSHIPS for neighborhood parks and greenways 20. Establish DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS for infill of vacant lots and rehabs of deteriorating buildings.

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SUMMARY ISSUES & IDEAS

ISSUES

IDEAS

TELL US ANYTHING WE MISSED !

WHAT ARE THE TOP PRIORITIES ?


WHAT ARE THE 5 MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES AND IDEAS ?

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COMMUNITY VISION
(as amended by Public Meeting 01 and Stakeholders)

Build upon Skinker DeBalivieres history, revitalization, diversity, sense of community, and unmatched location and access to transit to create the citys premier healthy, multigenerational, walkable, and transit-based community.

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COMMUNITY GOALS (as amended by Public Meeting 01 and Stakeholders)


(not ordered by priority) Continue the ongoing revitalization of SkinkerDeBaliviere as a walkable, compact, transit oriented and car-optional neighborhood.

Incentivize and create new neighborhood businesses and services to achieve a mixed-use and complete community.
Develop the north and eastern edges of the SkinkerDeBaliviere neighborhood and improve the visual quality of Forest Park Parkway. Re-imagine SkinkerDeBalivieres parks and open space amenities as great public spaces to better serve the community Enhance neighborhood integration, circulation, and connectivity for all residents pedestrians, cyclists, drivers, and transit riders. Create a multi-generational neighborhood that supports active and independent lifestyle choices for all ages. Retain and continue to attract a diversity of residents to ensure an inclusive community. Promote community health, safety, and environmental sustainability. Respect and leverage existing community history; qualities and characteristics; and institutions to build a sense of place throughout the community. Organize for implementation success and community empowerment and leadership. Promote owner occupancy of single family homes and responsible management of rental properties.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR TOD DEBALIVIERE TOD METRO GARAGE FOREST PARK PARKWAY SKINKER BOULEVARD

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE FOREST PARK PARKWAY SKINKER BOULEVARD

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High Susceptibility to Change 0 to 15 Years Medium Susceptibility to Change 15 to 25 Years Preservation, Rehab & Infill Ongoing

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1. DES PERES AVENUE How do want to build from the 4 Corners and connect to Forest Park and the Delmar Loop along Des Peres?

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IDEAS: Green Corridor vs. New Development

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1. DES PERES AVENUE
Infill development from Delmar to Four Corners Greenway from Four Corners to Forest Park Parkway Types of housing include Multifamily flat, Single Family, Apartment, Condo, and accessible housing. Small scale programmed green spaces Redevelopment of Des Peres Middle school
dog park orchards Butterfly garden kids playground rain gardens chess tables community gardens urban farm paved playscape

OPTION 1: Hybrid Linear Park

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Infill development from Delmar to Four Corners Greenway from Four Corners to Forest Park Parkway Types of housing include Multifamily flat, Single Family, Apartment, Condo, and accessible housing. Small scale programmed green spaces Redevelopment of Des Peres Middle school

OPTION 2: Hybrid East Side Greenway

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EXAMPLE: Green Corridor Public Spaces play space, dog park, orchard, etc.

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK Do you want Lucier Park to be An enclosed, neighborhood park? Or a multi-use, community park?

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LUCIER PARK

Existing Conditions kids playground, sports field

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK
Extend Hamilton South to Kinsgbury Infill mixed-use and residential development on Delmar Park remains behind buildings and alleys

OPTION 1: Neighborhood Park

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EXAMPLES: Neighborhood Park dog park, updated kids playground, landscaping

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK
Extend Hamilton South to Kinsgbury Park moves full frontage onto Delmar Blvd. Infill mixed-use and residential development on Delmar across from park. Becomes a community with multiple uses

OPTION 2: Community Park

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EXAMPLES: Community Park - dog park, sport fields, pavilions, fountains, kids
playground, seating areas, large community events, landscaping

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK 3. DELMAR LOOP TOD Redevelop the Loop Station TOD by Creating an integrated parking garage / bus drop-off at the existing park & ride lot? Developing a Transit Plaza and kiss & ride on Delmar Boulevard? Maximizing mixed-use development & neighborhood commercial / services?

High Susceptibility to Change 0 to 15 Years Medium Susceptibility to Change 15 to 25 Years Preservation, Rehab & Infill Ongoing

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK 3. DELMAR LOOP TOD
Regional TOD Framework Plan Delmar Station: Neighborhood Typology DeBaliviere Station: Neighborhood Typology

Neighborhood stations include PRIMARILY RESIDENTIAL AREAS that are well-connected to local transit as well as the regional transit network. HOUSING IS USUALLY MIXED WITH LOCAL-SERVING RETAIL. Commercial uses are limited to small businesses or some smallscale industry. Development is often oriented along a WELL-CONNECTED STREET GRID that is served by a secondary transit network. Stations may be located at the edge of two distinct neighborhoods.

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DELMAR LOOP TOD

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DELMAR LOOP TOD East of Hodiamont

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK 3. DELMAR LOOP TOD
MetroLink Red Line 5 Metro Bus Lines #02 Red Line, Green Line Shuttle #16 City Limits #91 Olive #97 Delmar

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MetroLink Red Line 5 Metro Bus Lines #02 Red Line, Green Line Shuttle #16 City Limits #91 Olive #97 Delmar

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK 3. DELMAR LOOP TOD
Wabash Station becomes MetroLink Entrance Transit Plaza Across from Wabash Station Development on Des Peres from Delmar to Four Corners Infill Mixed-use & Residential on Delmar east of Hodiamont North Side Only Surface Parking Lots to remain as existing Bus traffic remains as existing

OPTION 1: Incremental Infill

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1. DES PERES AVENUE 2. LUCIER PARK 3. DELMAR LOOP TOD
Wabash Station becomes MetroLink Entrance Transit Plaza Across from Wabash Station Development on Des Peres from Delmar to Four Corners Infill Mixed-use & Residential Infill on Delmar east of Hodiamont Both North and South Reconfigured streets North of Delmar. Structured Parking on Enright Bus traffic rerouted for Kiss and Ride System Possibility for Mixed-use building on transit plaza site long term

OPTION 2: Redevelopment District

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STREETSCAPE: West of MetroLink Station

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DELMAR LOOP TOD (West of MetroLink Station)

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PROPOSED: Existing Loop Trolley

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DELMAR LOOP TOD (West of MetroLink Station)

PROPOSED: Existing Loop Trolley ReDevelopment Streetscape

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STREETSCAPE: West of MetroLink Station STREETSCAPE: Hodiamont East to DeBaliviere

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DELMAR LOOP TOD (Hodiamont East to DeBaliviere)

Existing Conditions

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DELMAR LOOP TOD (Hodiamont East to DeBaliviere)

PROPOSED: Existing Loop Trolley

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DELMAR LOOP TOD (Hodiamont East to DeBaliviere)

PROPOSED: Existing Loop Trolley ReDevelopment Streetscape A

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DELMAR LOOP TOD (Hodiamont East to DeBaliviere)

PROPOSED: Existing Loop Trolley ReDevelopment Streetscape B

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DELMAR LOOP TOD (Streetscape)

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1. 2. 3. 4. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD How do you want to create a vibrant commercial node, transit interface, and neighborhood gateway at DeBaliviere Avenue?

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DeBALIVIERE TOD

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DeBALIVIERE TOD

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1. 2. 3. 4. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD
Previous proposal from Metro Bi-State Transit Agency - The Forest Park / DeBaliviere Light Rail Station TransitOriented Development

OPTION 1: Infill Development

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1. 2. 3. 4. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD
Zero setback infill at DeBaliviere side of Metro Park and Ride Lot with structure parking behind, 3-5 stories Zero setback redevelopment of strip mall, 1-3 stories

OPTION 1: Infill Development

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1. 2. 3. 4. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD
Zero setback infill at both DeBaliviere side and DeGiverville side of Metro Park and Ride Lot with structure parking beneath, 3-6 stories, 3 at DeGiverville Zero setback redevelopment of strip mall, Talaynas, and Dialysis Center, 3-6 stories Redevelopment of bus turn-around site, 3-6 stories New transit plaza over MetroLink tracks connects to neighborhood to west

OPTION 2: TOD + Transit Plaza

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1. 2. 3. 4. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD
Zero setback infill at both DeBaliviere side and DeGiverville side of Metro Park and Ride Lot with structure parking behind that connects to neighborhood to west 3-6 stories, 3 at DeGiverville Zero setback redevelopment of strip mall, Talaynas, and Dialysis Center, 3-6 stories Redevelopment of bus turn-around site, 3-6 stories New transit plaza over eastern MetroLink tracks

OPTION 3: Expanded TOD

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1. 2. 3. 4. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD
STREETSCAPE: Typical DeBaliviere Avenue Section

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DeBALIVIERE TOD

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DeBALIVIERE TOD

PROPOSED: Existing Loop Trolley

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DeBALIVIERE TOD

PROPOSED: Trolley St. Vincent Greenway

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DeBALIVIERE TOD

PROPOSED: Trolley Greenway Redevelopment Streetscape

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DeBALIVIERE TOD

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE If, over the long-term, the Metro Garage relocates, what are the development options for that site?

High Susceptibility to Change 0 to 15 Years Medium Susceptibility to Change 15 to 25 Years Preservation, Rehab & Infill Ongoing

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DELMAR METRO GARAGE

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE
Metro Garage remains Residential redevelopment on north side of Delmar Blvd. Redevelopment of site across from Crossroads School

OPTION 1: Residential Infill

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE
Metro Garage redeveloped into traditional residential blocks Residential redevelopment on north side of Delmar Blvd. Redevelopment of site across from Crossroads School

OPTION 2: Residential Redevelopment

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE
Metro Garage redeveloped into residential blocks conducive to senior housing, condos, and single family Residential redevelopment on north side of Delmar Blvd. Redevelopment of site across from Crossroads School

OPTION 3: Residential Redevelopment / Senior Housing

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE
Metro Garage redeveloped into part residential blocks and part urban big-box retail (similar to Hampton Village Target) Residential redevelopment on north side of Delmar Blvd. Redevelopment of site across from Crossroads School

OPTION 4: Residential Redevelopment + Urban Retail

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE FOREST PARK PARKWAY How do you want to create a new image for the neighborhood and improve safe access to Forest Park?

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FOREST PARK PARKWAY

Existing Conditions

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FOREST PARK PARKWAY

Existing Conditions

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FOREST PARK PARKWAY

PROPOSED: OPTION 1 Planting

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FOREST PARK PARKWAY

EXAMPLES: Planting

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FOREST PARK PARKWAY

PROPOSED: OPTION 2 Sound Wall

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EXAMPLES: Sound Wall

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FOREST PARK PARKWAY DES PERES INTERSECTION

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Existing Conditions

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Existing Conditions

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PROPOSED: Intersection Design 1A: Painted Intersection

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Improved Crosswalk Examples

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PROPOSED: Intersection Design 1B: Lit Pedestrian Bridge with Brick

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Entrance Gate Examples

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PROPOSED: Intersection Design 3: New Pedestrian Bridge w/ existing

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New Pedestrian Bridge Examples

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE FOREST PARK PARKWAY SKINKER BOULEVARD How do you want improve bicycle and pedestrian connectivity and provide a new front door to the neighborhood?

High Susceptibility to Change 0 to 15 Years Medium Susceptibility to Change 15 to 25 Years Preservation, Rehab & Infill Ongoing

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SKINKER BOULEVARD

Existing Conditions

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SKINKER BOULEVARD

Existing Conditions

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SKINKER BOULEVARD

PROPOSED: OPTION 1 Multi-use path on West side

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SKINKER BOULEVARD

PROPOSED: OPTION 2 Dedicated bike paths on East and West sides

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SKINKER BOULEVARD

PROPOSED: OPTION 3 Two-way dedicated bike path on East side


(remove parallel parking)

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SKINKER BOULEVARD

PROPOSED: OPTION 4 Dedicated Bike Paths, both sides


(remove parallel parking)

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SKINKER BOULEVARD

PROPOSED: OPTION 4 Dedicated Bike Paths, both sides


(Special Event 45-degree parking)

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. DES PERES AVENUE LUCIER PARK DELMAR LOOP TOD DeBALIVIERE TOD DELMAR METRO GARAGE FOREST PARK PARKWAY SKINKER BOULEVARD

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URBAN DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT PLAN OPTIONS OPTION 1: Available Redevelopment & Infill Sites

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URBAN DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT PLAN OPTIONS OPTION 2: Metro Garage Residential Redevelopment

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URBAN DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT PLAN OPTIONS OPTION 3: Community Park + Senior Housing

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URBAN DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT PLAN OPTIONS OPTION 5: Community Park + Metro Garage Urban Retail

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WORKBOARDS

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WORK SESSION TASKS:


1. Review the VISION & LIVABILITY GOALS 2. Review the URBAN DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT PLAN COMPONENTS & OPTIONS and indicate your comments and add your ideas and suggestions Draw your ideas and see if they work!

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WHATS NEXT?
March 26, 2013 May 14, 2013 Public Workshop 03 Final Public Presentation