WAshington AVe.?

bike lanes cafes trees shopping transit parks benches fewer cars more police sidewalks more parking shade crosswalks streetlights jobs parades art markets schools housing pedestrians preservation nightlife quiet diversity success industry trucks restaurants bars growth access offices fun density sustainability open space walkability trust history wildlife playgrounds gas stations participation clubs activity afterschool programs rain gardens flowers buses tax credits healthy food skyscrapers ballfields stoplights music dancing pets people activity connectivity humor churches lawns fences tables windows hotels facades softscape buffer safety skateboards science meetings swings input power culture food trucks sculpture arcades transportation surprise post office traffic excitement signs maps streets block parties bbq comment produce ownership banks recycling no smog trust friends brunch curbs porches plans circulation bike lanes cafes trees shopping transit parks benches fewer cars more police sidewalks more parking shade crosswalks streetlights jobs parades art markets schools housing pedestrians preservation nightlife quiet diversity success industry trucks restaurants bars growth access offices fun density sustainability open space walkability trust history wildlife playgrounds gas stations participation clubs activity afterschool programs rain gardens flowers buses tax credits healthy food skyscrapers ballfields

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Welcome!
TIRZ 13
Old Sixth Ward
Reinvestment Zone

The Project Team

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & PUBLIC OUTREACH
   

DWC | DAMON WILLIAMS CONSULTING  
D a m o n   W i l l i a m s   i s   w e l l   k n o w n   i n   t h e   H o u s t o n   r e g i o n   f o r   h i s   e x p e r t i s e   i n   e c o n o m i c   d e v e l o p m e n t   f i n a n c e ,   p u b l i c   o u t r e a c h ,   s t a t e   a n d   l o c a l   g o v e r n m e n t   r e l a t i o n s ,   a n d   u r b a n   r e a l   e s t a t e   d e v e l o p m e n t .   H e   h a s   s e r v e d   a s   D i s t r i c t   D i r e c t o r   f o r   a   s t a t e   r e p . ,   t h e   E x e c u t i v e   D i r e c t o r   o f   a   m a n a g e m e n t   d i s t r i c t ,   a   C h i e f   o f   S t a f f   f o r   C o u n c i l   M e m b e r   P e t e r   B r o w n ,   t h e   S r .   P r o j e c t   M a n a g e r   f o r   a n   e s t a b l i s h e d   p l a n ni n g   f i r m ,   a n d   u r b a n   r e a l   e s t a t e   d e v e l o p e r   o f   h i s   o w n   p r o j e c t s .     T h e   D W C   e c o n o m i c   d e v e l o p m e n t   p r a c t i c e   s p e c i a l i z e s   i n   t h e   s t r u c t u r i n g   p u b l i c -­‐ p r i v a t e   p a r t n e r s h i p s   u n d e r   C h . 3 8 0 / C h . 3 8 1   a g r e e m e n t s ,   T I R Z   c r e a t i o n ,   s p e c i a l   d i s t r i c t   f i n a n c e ,   a n d   s t a t e   a n d   l o c a l   g o v e r n m e n t   r e l a t i o n s .   O u r   p u b l i c   s e c t o r   s e r v i c e s   a r e   f o c u s e d   o n   t h e   c r e a t i o n   a n d   a l i g n m e n t   o f   e c o n o m i c   d e v e l o p m e n t   f o r   t h e   g r o w t h   o f   c o u n t y   o r   m u n i c i p a l   t a x   b a s e s .       D W C   a l s o   p r o v i d e s   p u b l i c   o u t r e a c h   p l a n n i n g   a n d   i m p l e m e n t a t i o n   s e r v i c e s   t h a t   h e l p   p u b l i c   a n d   p r i v a t e   s e c t o r   o r g a n i z a t i o n s   t o   e f f e c t i v e l y   c o n n e c t   w i t h   c o n s t i t u e n t s   o r   e l e c t e d   o f f i c i a l s ,   i m p r o v e   c u s t o m e r   r e l a t i o n s / c o m m u n i c a t i o n s ,   a n d   t o   b u i l d   a n d   m a i n t a i n  

T e x a s   S o u t h e r n   U n i v e r s i t y ,   J e s s e   H .   J o n e s   S c h o o l   o f   B u s i n e s s     P u r s u i n g   B . B . A .   F i n a n c e     C o m p l e t e d   c o u r s e   w o r k   f o r   C e r t i f i e d   C o m m e r c i a l   I n v e s t m e n t   M e m b e r   ( C C I M )   C a n d i d a c y  

E D U C A T I O N  

 

 

P R O F E S S I O N A L  

Timeline
• nine Month Project, currently in month two • four phases • Existing Conditions • Conceptual Plan • Design Drawings • Implementation Plan and phasing

Project Goals
• Develop a framework for the development of mixed-use, multi-modal and unique neighborhoods that support residents, employers and visitors regardless of life-stage, ethnicity or income. • Provide more transportation choices, especially for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users, that improve the overall environment and and improves the quality of life of residents. • Encourage the continued development of the neighborhoods of the Washington Avenue Corridor as a destination for living, shopping, arts, dining and entertainment in a way that respects the needs of residents. • Ensure that community members have increasing and ongoing methods to have their voices heard and that they have an active role in shaping their neighborhoods. • Focus on implementation, ensuring that the community’s desires become on the ground realities.

How Can You Get More Involved?
• • • • Attend Future Public Meetings (May 3rd and August 9th) Join a Workgroup VOlunteer to help with Better Block or other Outreach Events Join the conversation on Neighborland (neighborland.com/washave)

• Try our visual survey with Placeology (launching Soon)

What are we looking at?
Placemaking, Branding & Wayfinding Circulation & Connectivity Housing Choice & Buildings Economic Development Sustainability & Open Space

Placemaking, Branding & Wayfinding

Neighborhoods
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WASHINGTON AVENUE CORRIDOR LIVABLE CENTERS STUDY DEVELOPMENT I NODES AND NEIGHBORHOODS
RESIDENTIAL PARCELS NODES NEIGHBORHOOD BOUNDARIES The Washington Avenue Corridor serves as the boundary between a number of highly distinctive neighborhoods. We propose to concentrate on the nodes where major north-south streets cross Washington. In doing so, we will create attractive neighborhood centers that accentuate the distinctiveness of the neighborhoods and increase the visibility and brand awareness of each neighborhood throughout the city, while also serving as focal points for development without necessitating residential displacement.

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Population Growth
Historical Population Change(1950-2010) : 2,099,451
1,631,766 1,233,505 938,219 596,163 1,595,138 1,953,631

City of Houston Inner Loop (IH 610) Study Area

477,428

493,376

501,644 462,889 408,070 433,529 443,949

20,661 17,379 15,281 15,092

19,680 13,569 13,495

1950

1960

1970

1980

1990

2000

2010

2002

2011

Population and Demographics
total population: 15,500

white latino
total population: 4688 % of total: 30%

black asian

1 Mile

Data Sources: 2000 Census (includes some residents outside of the study area, but within the Superneighborhood.

total population: 2168 % of total: 14%

total population: 3801 % of total: 25%

total population: 2693 % of total: 17%

total population: 2,150 % of total: 14%

Places
Residents helped by identifying some of their favorite locations in the area
• Restaurants and Bars • Open Spaces and Parks • Public Art, Landmarks and Museums

Arts
• • • • Arts Districts studio Redevelopments Public Art Street Art

Circulation & Connectivity

Traffic Volumes
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11TH

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22,074

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19,160

WASHINGTON
19,458

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26,473

IH 45

KEY
POST OAK

3,445 - 8,637 8,638 - 13,764 13,765 - 22,074

B BR AGB AZ OS Y

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GRAY

IH

NI N

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Data Sources: City of Houston GIMS, City of Houston Traffic Counter Team

EL

GI

N

N

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30,999 - 48,478

WE

AW F

N

DO
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PE SAN FELI
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GO

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22,075 - 30,998

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QU

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10,211

IH 10
13 ,7 64
13 ,3

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9,266

HO
6,136

GA

N

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CROCKETT 3,445

BU

RN

ETT

21,884

10,251

25,824 DURHAM

8,637

HOUSTON 17,990

11,672 SAWYER

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13 32 ,7 64
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Ma

12,290

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18,376

SHEPHERD

13,759

16,394

11,067

7,995

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PR

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13,624

48,678

48

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29,49

2

30,998

16,517

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4,029

N

21,952

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25,500 WAUGH

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CA P RU ITOL SK

IH 610 IH 610

DALLAS

POST OAK

IH 610

MONTROSE

PO

LK

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DUNLAVY

MM ON WE

SAGE

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Pavement Conditions
WESTVIEW

HE

11TH

PECORE

ELLA

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STER

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KEY

High Medium-High Medium Medium-Low Low

B BR AGB AZ OS Y

US

GRAY

IH

59 U

N

FA N

WESTHEIMER

Data Sources: City of Houston Public Works

N

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N
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QU

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RN

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MEMORIAL

Ma in

SAWYER

SHEPHERD

WASHINGTON

POST OAK

PR

W

OO

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WESTCOTT

ES

TO

N

ALLEN

ALLEN

DALLAS
WAUGH

CA P RU ITOL SK

IH 610 IH 610

POST OAK

IH 610

MONTROSE

PO

LK

DUNLAVY

KIRBY

Signals and Crossings
WESTVIEW
HE
11TH

PECORE

ELLA

M

AD

IH 610

STER

PS

TE

STUDEWOOD

T C JE

TAYLOR

ONT

DEM

STU

IH 45

MA

KEY
RAIL BIKE

TRAFFIC SIGNAL PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE UNDERPASS AT-GRADE CROSSING

B BR AGB AZ OS Y

US

GRAY

IH
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59 U

RD

WESTHEIMER

Data Sources: City of Houston Public Works

EL

GI

N

N

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N

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PE SAN FELI
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GO

WE

0

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G

45

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IN

PO

9
MONTROSE

POST OAK

BO

UN

DA

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AN

OLD KATY
IH

10

KAT

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6TH
HEIGHTS

WHITE OAK

QU

ITM

LTO FU

YALE

IH 10

IH 10
CROCKETT
HOUSTON

HO

GA

N

N
BU RN ETT

DURHAM

MEMORIAL

Ma in

SAWYER

SHEPHERD

WASHINGTON

POST OAK

PR

W

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WESTCOTT

ES

TO

N

ALLEN

ALLEN

DALLAS
WAUGH

CA P RU ITOL SK

IH 610 IH 610

POST OAK

IH 610

LK

CO

DUNLAVY

W ON MM EA H LT

Safety
WESTVIEW

HE

11TH

PECORE

ELLA

M

AD

IH 610

STER

PS

TE

STUDEWOOD

T C JE

TAYLOR

ONT

DEM

STU

IH 45

MA

KEY
VEHICLE CRASH PEDESTRIAN CRASH BICYCLE CRASH

LESS CRASHES

B BR AGB AZ OS Y

US
MONTROSE

GRAY

IH
N FA N

59 U

RD

MORE CRASHES

WESTHEIMER

Data Sources: 2006-2010 Crash Record Information System, TxDOT Data Sources: 2006 - 2010 Crash Record Information System, TxDOT

EL

GI

N

N

CR

N

DO
1/2 3/4 1 MI

PE SAN FELI
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0

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WL

MC

NI

IN

G

45

S5

IN

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9

POST OAK
IH 10

BO

UN

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AN

OLD KATY

KAT

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6TH
HEIGHTS

WHITE OAK

QU

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FU

YALE

LTO N

IH 10

IH 10
CROCKETT
HOUSTON

HO

GA

N

BU

RN

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DURHAM

MEMORIAL

Ma in

SAWYER

SHEPHERD

WASHINGTON

POST OAK

PR

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N

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ALLEN

DALLAS
WAUGH

CA P RU ITOL SK

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POST OAK

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Pedestrian Realm

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Utility Poles Trees Other U T O Crosswalk

Up to Current City Standards Up to Past City Standards

Built to Standards but Obstructed No Sidewalk

Not to Standards or in Poor Condition

Bicycle Infrastructure
WESTVIEW

HE

11TH

PECORE

ELLA

M

AD

IH 610

STER

PS

TE

STUDEWOOD

T C JE

TAYLOR

ONT

DEM

STU

IH 45

IN

KEY

BICYCLE LANE SHARED LANE SHARED-USE PATH

B BR AGB AZ OS Y

US
AW FO RD

GRAY

IH

59 U S

MA

N

WESTHEIMER

Data Sources: City of Houston GIMS, City of Houston Public Works Bikeways

N

CR

PLANNED/UNDER CONSTRUCTION

N

DO
1/2 3/4 1 MI

PE SAN FELI

GO

WE

FA N

0

1/8

1/4

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SIGNED BICYCLE ROUTE

MC

NI

IN

G

45

59

POST OAK

BO

UN

DA

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AN

OLD KATY

IH

10

KAT

Y

6TH
HEIGHTS

WHITE OAK

QU

ITM

N LTO FU

YALE

IH 10

IH 10
CROCKETT

HO

GA

N

BU

RN

ETT

DURHAM

HOUSTON

MEMORIAL

Ma in

SAWYER

SHEPHERD

WASHINGTON

POST OAK

PR

W

OO

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WESTCOTT

ES

TO

N

ALLEN

ALLEN

DALLAS
WAUGH

CA P RU ITOL SK

IH 610 IH 610

POST OAK

IH 610

MONTROSE

PO

LK

DUNLAVY

Light Rail Transit

Fulton/ North Central Northwest TC Quitman/Near Northside

Memorial Burnett TC/ Casa de Amigos

UH-Downtown Theater District Preston Central Station Main Street Square Convention District

Bell Uptown Park

San Felipe

KEY

EXISTING LIGHT RAIL LINES

Downtown Transit Center

UNDER CONSTRUCTION/PLANNED LIGHT RAIL LINES (DASHED) HALF MILE DISTANCE FROM EXISTING STOPS HALF MILE DISTANCE FROM UNDER CONSTRUCTION STOPS HALF MILE DISTANCE FROM PLANNED STOPS

McGowen
N 0 1/8 1/4 1/2 3/4 1 MI

Data Sources: City of Houston GIMS, City of Houston Planning Department (planned LRT lines and stops)

Bus Transit - Access

KEY
BUS STOPS 1/4 MILE FROM STOPS 6 - JENSEN / TANGLEWOOD 26 - OUTER LOOP CROSSTOWN

27 - INNER LOOP CROSSTOWN 34 - MONTROSE CROSSTOWN 36 - KEMPWOOD / LAWNDALE 37 - EL SOL CROSSTOWN 40 - TELEPHONE / PECORE 50 - HARRISBURG / HEIGHTS 66 - YALE

N/A VACANT SINGLE FAMILY MULTIFAMILY COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL UTILITY COMPANIES

RAILROADS INVENTORY GOVERNMENTAL EXEMPT CARITABLE EXEMPT RELIGIOUS EXEMPT CEMETERY EXEMPT LOW MODER INCOME HOUSE

Data Sources: City of Houston GIMS, METRO (bus volumes by route), METRO IVOMS raw Automatic Passenger Counting data (bus volumes by stop), Harris County 2008 Land Use Data
Route 48 not included because service is to be discontinued on February 27, 2012

N

0

1/8

1/4

1/2

3/4

1 MI

Bus Transit - Volume
40 - Telephone / Pecore

Crosstown 26 -Outer Loop

Crosstown 27 - Inner Loop

Heights 50 - Harrisburgh

66 - Yale

37 - El Sol Crosstown

36 - Kempwood / Lawndal e

6 - Jensen / Tanglewood

KEY
BUS STOPS 6 - JENSEN / TANGLEWOOD 26 - OUTER LOOP CROSSTOWN

27 - INNER LOOP CROSSTOWN 34 - MONTROSE CROSSTOWN 36 - KEMPWOOD / LAWNDALE 37 - EL SOL CROSSTOWN 40 - TELEPHONE / PECORE 50 - HARRISBURG / HEIGHTS 66 - YALE

511 Daily Boardings 512 - 681 682 - 1,715 1,716 - 2,670 2,671 - 4,177 4,178 - 6,486

0 - 2 Daily Boardings 3 - 10 11 - 25 26 - 42 43 - 61

Data Sources: City of Houston GIMS, METRO (bus volumes by route), METRO IVOMS raw Automatic Passenger Counting data (bus volumes by stop)
Route 48 not included because service is to be discontinued on February 27, 2012

Crosstown 34 - Montrose

N

0

1/8

1/4

1/2

3/4

1 MI

Parking

WASHINGTON AVENUE CORRIDOR LIVABLE CENTERS STUDY DEVELOPMENT I REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
Houston is not zoned, but it does regulate development. In the Washington Avenue Corridor, minimum lot sizes, prevailing setbacks, and historic districts are helping keep neighborhood fabric intact while parking regulations and minimum setback requirements have had a powerful effect on commercial corridors. How well are these tools working? What kind of development do they encourage, and is that what’s best for the neighborhood as it has densified? Are there any tools missing form the toolbox?

MAJOR THOROUGHFARE

KEY
SURFACE PARKING

PREVAILING SETBACKS MINIMUM LOT SIZE

CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

OLD SIXTH WARD HISTORIC DISTRICT

N

0

1/8

1/4

1/2

3/4

1 MI

Previous Studies

Housing Choice & Buildings

Land Use

KEY
N/A VACANT SINGLE FAMILY MULTIFAMILY COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL UTILITY COMPANIES

RAILROADS INVENTORY GOVERNMENTAL EXEMPT CARITABLE EXEMPT RELIGIOUS EXEMPT CEMETERY EXEMPT LOW MODER INCOME HOUSE

Data Sources: Public Data HCAD

N

0

1/8

1/4

1/2

3/4

1 MI

Building Age

KEY
N /A 2001 TO 2011 1990 TO 2000 1979 TO 1989 1968 TO 1978 1957 TO 1967

1946 TO 1956 1935 TO 1945 1924 TO 1934 1913 TO 1923 1902 TO 1912 BEFORE 1901

Data Sources: xxxxx

N

0

1/8

1/4

1/2

3/4

1 M

Dwelling Units Per Acre

KEY
0-7 8 - 10 11 - 13 14 - 18

19 - 25 26 - 38 39 - 63 63+

Data Sources: xxxxx

N

0

1/8

1/4

1/2

3/4

1 M

Economic Development

ASAKURA ROBINSON Demographics
Exhibit I-1 COMPARATIVE SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS STUDY AREA, CITY OF HOUSTON, HOUSTON MSA, AND STATE OF TEXAS 2000 - 2016
CHARACTERISTIC 2000 Population 2011 Population 2016 Population Pop. Growth Rate, 2000-2011 Pop. Growth Rate, 2011-2016 2000 Households 2011 Households 2016 Households Household Growth Rate, 2000-2011 Household Growth Rate, 2011-2016 2011 Household Size 2011 Per Capita Income 2011 Median Household Income 2011 Average Household Income STUDY AREA 13,350 20,691 23,490 4.1% 2.6% 5,425 10,928 12,580 6.6% 2.9% 1.89 $33,330 $40,554 $61,685 CITY OF HOUSTON 1,953,631 2,119,117 2,267,964 0.7% 1.4% 717,945 790,676 846,458 0.9% 1.4% 2.68 $23,771 $41,232 $62,380 HOUSTON MSA 4,715,407 6,055,840 6,637,479 2.3% 1.9% 1,656,799 2,110,600 2,309,468 2.2% 1.8% 2.87 $25,974 $52,849 $73,288 TEXAS 20,851,820 25,525,763 27,505,386 1.9% 1.5% 7,393,354 9,059,764 9,768,832 1.9% 1.5% 2.82 $24,332 $47,753 $66,699

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Average Household Growth Rates, 2000-2016
6.6%

.
2.2% 0.9% 2.9% 1.9% 1.8% 1.4% 1.5%

2000-2011

2011-2016

Study Area

Houston MSA

City of Houston

Texas

SOURCE: ESRI Business Analyst; RCLCO

Exhibit I-1 E7-12888.00 Printed: 2/22/2012

Employment
ASAKURA

ROBINSON
Exhibit I-8 EMPLOYMENT PROJECTIONS HOUSTON MSA 2005-2016
2005 2,350 5.6% 2006 2,448 98 5.0% 2007 2,548 100 4.3% 2008 2,602 54 4.8% 2009 2,533 -69 7.6% 2010 2,529 -4 8.5% 2011 2,646 117 7.6% 2012 2013 2014 2015

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TOTAL EMPLOYMENT (000s)1 ANNUAL EMPLOYMENT CHANGE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 1 FORECASTS Economy.com 2 Annual % Change Total Employment 3,200 3,000 2,800 2,600 2,400 2,200 , 2,000

2016

2,350

2,448

2,548

2,602

2,533

2,529

2,646

1.8% 2,693

2.3% 2,756

2.3% 2,819

3.4% 2,913

3.1% 3,002

T Total Employment (000s)

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013 BLS Historical

2014

2015

2016

Economy.com
1 2

Nonfarm employment. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics. 2011 data from November 2011. Moody's Economy.com

Exhibit I-8 E7-12888.00 Printed: 2/22/2012

Study Area

Journey to Work
JOURNEY TO WORK FOR PEOPLE WITH JOBS IN THE STUDY AREA
25 35 25 20 20 35 25 25 15 40 25 35 10 40 45 15 20 30 110 410 30 25 15 25 30 40 30 20 30 25 25 15 15 100 60 35 25 60 15 20 40 65 25 15 20 30 25 25 30 20 15 35 15 20 25 30 75 30 35 20 35 15 30 35 40 25 15 25 20 15 20 30 35 25 25 15 40 50 25 20 25 20 25 20 20 25 40 20 25 25 35

More Workers

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Circulation & Connectivity | Place of R
Fewer Workers Study Area

Label indicated number of residents commuti

More Workers

55

35

30

40 35 100 210 185 155 115

30 35 40 25

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Circulation & Connectivity | Place of Work - Residents of Study Area
Fewer Workers

20

25 Label indicated number of residents commuting from Census Tracts in study area to designated Census Tract. 20 55
Study Area

15

15

20

55

30 20

3 10

40
More Workers

40 25 20

30

30

JOURNEY TO WORK FOR PEOPLE LIVING IN THE STUDY AREA
Data Sources: Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 2000
35

15
40 50 25 30 15 25 40 15 45 25 50 40 100 45 45 85 385 70 85 170 275 125 120 1575 45 85 30 20 185 25 20

25

35

Data Sources: Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 2000
35

20

40

Data Sources: Census Transportation Planning Package (CTPP) 2000

Residential Market Conditions ASAKURA ROBINSON
Exhibit I-11 TENURE BY YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT WASHINGTON AVENUE CORRIDOR 2010
YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT After 2005 2000 - 2004 1990 - 1999 1980 - 1989 1970 - 1979 1960 - 1969 1950 - 1959 1940 - 1949 Before 1939 TOTAL OWNER-OCCUPIED UNITS 679 762 140 39 32 26 92 37 652 2,459 OWNER TENURE 80% 36% 19% 13% 5% 7% 25% 24% 80% 39% RENTER-OCCUPIED UNITS 170 1338 607 273 564 367 279 115 158 3,871 RENTER TENURE 20% 64% 81% 88% 95% 93% 75% 76% 20% 61%

DRAFT

100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% After 2005 2000 2004 1990 1999 1980 1989 Owner 1970 1979 Renter 1960 1969 1950 1959 1940 1949 Before 1939

NOTE: Data correspond to the following Harris County Census tracts: 5102, 5106, and 5107 SOURCE: American Community Survey

Exhibit I-11 E7-12888.00 Printed: 2/22/2012

Land Prices

KEY
DOLLAR PER SF 0 - 10 10 - 20 20 - 30 30 - 40 40 -50

50 - 60 60 - 70 70 - 80 80 - 90 90 - 100

Data Sources: xxxxx

N

0

1/8

1/4

1/2

3/4

1 MI

Sustainability & Open Space

Green Space
WOODLAND PARK

playground basketball baseball

STUDE PARK

WHITE OAK PARK

HOUSTON

SAWYER

DURHAM

SHEPHERD

STU

T.C. JESTER

WE

TEXAS DEPT.

SOF TRANSPORTATION TCO TT

COTTAGE GROVE PARK

HOGG PARK

DEM

HEIGHTS

ON T

I-10 KATY FREEWAY
playground OLIVEWOOD CEMETERY CROCKETT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL basketball playground

NNIS

playground tennis soccer basketball baseball golf bike pool picnic arboretum

MINOLA PARK

WEST END PARK playground

RICHARD P. JONES PARK playground basketball playground

basketball playground

CAMP LOGAN TRIANGLE

WASHINGTON
NELLIE KEYES PARK tennis volleyball picnic playground community garden football soccer baseball amphitheatre tennis baseball picnic pool playground STUDEMONT SPACEWAY MECA KNOX PARK SPOTTS PARK WASHINGTON CEMETERY

RICHARD BROCK PARK

BROOK SCHOOL

TRIBUTE TO AMERICAN STATESMANSHIP STATUES

baseball playground

MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

TRINITY LUTHERAN CHILDREN’S CENTER

MEMORIAL PARK

MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION AND COUNSELING THROUGH THE ARTS

playground

GLENWOOD CEMETERY playground HOUSTON POLICE DEPARTMENT MEMORIAL

JOHNNY GOYEN PARK

CLEMENTS SPACEWAY

DEPELCHIN CHILDREN’S CENTER

ST. THOMAS HIGH SCHOOL

CLEVELAND PARK

MEMORIAL PARKWAY

BUFFALO BAYOU PARK BUFFALO BAYOU PARK

JAMAIL SKATE PARK

HOUSTON PARK

RIVER OAKS COUNTRY CLUB

KEY
BAYOU BEND GARDENS

KIRBY PARK

AUTRY PARK

YESHURUN CEMETERY

PARK

INSTITUTION/NON-PUBLIC MARGINAL SPACE

.2 50

.5

0.75

1 Mi

Drainage

HOUSTON

SAWYER

DURHAM

SHEPHERD

STU D

T.C. JESTER

HEIGHTS

EM O

WE

STC

NT

OTT

I-10 KATY FREEWAY

WHITE OAK BA YOU WATERSH BUFFALO BAYO

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WASHINGTON

MEMORIAL PARKWAY

KEY
WATERSHED STORMWATER MAIN BAYOU

FLOODWAY

100 YEAR FLOOD PLAIN 500 YEAR FLOOD PLAIN

.2 50

.5

0.75

1 Mi

Noise and Air Polution

HOUSTON

SAWYER

DURHAM

SHEPHERD

STU

T.C. JESTER

DEM ON

HEIGHTS

WE

STC

OTT

T

I-10 KATY FREEWAY

PPG INDUSTRIES INC.

TEXAS TILE MANUFACTURING LLC GULF STATES ABRASIVES HARCROS CHEMICAL COOKSEY WESTEND RADIATOR J & T TOOL AND SUPPLY HOUSTON AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION MIRAGE STOP PLANT OSBORN FABRICATORS THE STANDARD REGISTER CO. CALDWELL PRINTING CO. COFFER CORPORATION HEECO TRANSFORMER INC. GM METAL CO. PPG INDUSTRIES INC. ROSE METAL RECYCLING J & V TOOL & DIE CO. KIRBY INLAND MARINE CELLCO - GIBSON MSC SAM’S MOTORCYCLE SALES AUTOHAUS MEMORIAL INC. BENJAMIN MOORE ROSE INDUSTRIES, INC. BUMPER SERVICES OF HOUSTON COOK PAINT AND VARNISH CO. HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICE BOWTO INC. MARBLE INDUSTRIES INC.

HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICE

TURCO PRODUCTS MARBLE INDUSTRIES INC. CITY WIDE PAINT & BODY SHOP

AMERICAN MACHINE AND WELDING EATON MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC.

HOUSTON AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

WASHINGTON

KNAPP CHEVROLET

MEMORIAL PARKWAY

KEY

I-4

5G

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F LF

RE

AY EW

ALLEN

AY PARKW

INDUSTRIAL SOURCE ROAD/RAIL

.2 50

.5

0.75

1 Mi

Breakout Groups
Placemaking, Branding & Wayfinding Circulation & Connectivity Housing Choice & Buildings Economic Development Sustainability & Open Space