Indianapolis SDAT. Neighborhood Restoration

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1 Neighborhood Restoration Working Toward a Sustainable Future live * work * play October 30 th, 2009

2 Message Hear concerns Build consensus Provide Recommendations Transition from Fragmentation/disconnect To.. Unity/community

3 Vision What is the BIG Picture? What do you aspire to become?

4 Vision LIVE WORK PLAY healthy safe clean livable.. for all generations young and old.

5 Conditions

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7 Fall Creek Place 2. Friends/Neighbors 3. Reagan Park 4. Ralston Hovey 5. Oakhill 6. Brightwood 7. Hillsdale 8. Herron Morton 9. Kennedy King 10. Old Northside

8 Brownfield Redevelopment Judy Shaw Economic Development Abe Farkas Transportation Carletta Singleton Sustainable Land Use Kaid Benfield Urban Design Paul Fontaine Civic Engagement Don Edwards Focus SDAT Team

9 The Monon Opportunity Area Brownfields Today Your Tomorrow

10 Asset Assessment Keep Existing Businesses - Go Green

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12 Envision New Uses

13 Which Sites What Reuse? Identify challenges and opportunities: cost, ownership, future values How Expensive = Who s Our Partner

14 What priority at what cost? Ownership Can a CDC do it? Do we need EPA $$? Can we find a redeveloper?

15 Images are Powerful

16 Image Matters: Clean it and stencil it Small projects Good visibility Media attention Keep Our Neighborhood Beautiful: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Community gardens schools Sunday school classes Redevelopment Partners to sponsor small projects and large: CDCs Churches City EPA Developers

17 Neighborhood Trends With Economic Impacts Population loss over past two decades Median income lower than City ($24,000 in 07) Unemployment est. at 18% New industrial site added (Keystone) Considerable housing infill and rehab Track record of partnerships

18 Economic Development Goals Based on What We ve Learned Increase job creation Capture more industrial development, particularly green industry More quality infill and redevelopment Greater small business and entrepreneurship support Increase graduation rates for K-12 More robust economic development tool kit

19 Potential Actions: 1. Increase Job Creation Match workforce training with real private and public jobs in the market Bring more workforce training into the neighborhood Green job training

20 Potential Actions: 2. Capture more industrial development Bring University Loft site into Keystone Industrial Park Relocate existing neighborhood industries there in addition to firms from elsewhere

21 Potential Actions: 3. More quality infill and redevelopment Develop alternative prototypes/proformas that bring reality to vision Offer public parcels for demonstration prototype development

22 Sustainable Mixed Use Development Adaptive Reuse Development Reality Means: Cost, Revenues, Tenants, & Financing

23 Potential Actions: 4. Greater support for small businesses and entrepreneurship Enhance micro loan programs and other funding (CDFI) Explore/adapt Cleveland, OH or Appleton, WI models for entrepreneurship assistance

24 Potential Actions: 5. Increase graduation rates for K-12 & add schools Expand mentoring programs Provide workforce internships for high school students Incorporate new school facilities into redevelopment strategy as population grows

25 Potential Actions: 6. More robust economic development tool kit Create area wide tax increment districts More aggressive use of federal development assistance programs like 221d4, NMTC Property tax freeze for historic and brownfield redevelopment (7 to 10 years) Further incorporate foundations

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27 Neighborhood Transportation System Sustainable Connections

28 Existing Conditions System Assets: Traditional street grid (connectivity) Limited one-way streets Access to interstate I-70 and CSX railroad Multi-modal modes, i.e. transit, on-street bike route, sidewalks and Monon trail

29 Existing Conditions System Inefficiencies Inadequate traffic circulation Lack of street lighting Lack of street maintenance i.e. paving On-street parking Limited Interstate access Limited bus service, shelters and benches Poor sidewalk conditions Lack of crosswalks Limited pedestrian & greenway connections Poor bike route signage

30 Sidewalk Conditions

31 Existing Bus Transit & Greenways

32 Transportation Needs Reduce through traffic Resurface neighborhood streets On-street parking ordinance Improve streetscape i.e. landscaping, lighting etc. Sidewalk improvements Improve pedestrian & greenway connections Improve Interstate access Improve transit service and amenities i.e. shelters and benches Intersection of 30 th and the Monon (currently abandoned Hoosier factory)

33 Sustainable Transportation Connections Transportation Recommendations Short-term Capital Improvements Sidewalk rehab program Pavement maintenance Street lighting & landscape improvements Traffic signal optimization and crosswalk improvements Bus stop & shelter improvements Transit Marketing Bike route signage and on-street markings

34 Sustainable Transportation Connections Transportation Recommendations Long-term Transportation Improvements Interstate access road I 69 Improvements (HOVL) Comprehensive Transit Bus Operations Improvements Express bus and neighborhood circulator Transit vehicle maintenance facility Northeast Transit Corridor Fixed Guideway (LRT)

35 LAND USE & SUSTAINABILITY: What Makes a Healthy, Convenient, Green Neighborhood Location convenient to the region Key neighborhood components Green features & technology

36 Why Location Matters

37 You Have a Great One

38 Transit Is Decent But Should Be Better

39 Desirable Neighborhood Components Walkability Convenient shops & services Critical mass (the D word) Affordability, Mixed-income

40 Walkability: Why You re Better than the Suburbs, Part 2

41 Your Streets Are Connected

42 Shops & Amenities: Need to Improve

43 The Key Is Restored Density, Block by Block: Here s an Example Existing conditions 2009, NRDC

44 Sidewalks, street trees & lamps 2009, NRDC

45 Fill vacant lots in foreground 2009, NRDC

46 Fill another vacant lot & rebuild commercial at far end 2009, NRDC

47 Add modest landscaping to homes 2009, NRDC

48 More inviting neighborhood makes for good neighbors 2009, NRDC

49 Restoring a Block Before After 2009, NRDC

50 Green Infrastructure

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52 Green Infrastructure as Implemented: Parking Lots 2009, NRDC Norman, OK; Portland, OR

53 Greener Roadways 2009, NRDC

54 Greener Sidewalks 2009, NRDC Indianapolis; Seattle

55 Green Roof Gardens

56 Greener Transit Lines 2009, NRDC San Francisco; Atlanta (rendering)

57 Do These Now Repair street, sidewalk, lighting, street tree infrastructure Green infrastructure pilot in the neighborhood

58 Land + People Sustainable Urban Design

59 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and Schools Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

60 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

61 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

62 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

63 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

64 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

65 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

66 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

67 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

68 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

69 The Community Today Civic Facilities _Schools _Police and Fire _Medical _Civic Centers Districts _Residential _Industrial _Parks Corridors _Bus Routes _Bike Paths Historic Landmarks _Fire Stations _Homes _Churches and School Retail and Office _Small Retail Nodes Barriers _Fall Creek _Monon Trail _I-70

70 The old way the new way!

71 Defining Hubs 1. What is a hub? 2. How many? 3. How big? 4. Where?

72 Defining Hubs Potential Hub Criteria 1. High Traffic/ Visibility and Accessibility. 2. Vacant Land. 3. Ability to Serve Existing / New Neighborhoods.

73 Defining Hubs Potential Hub Criteria + E/W Connector. +Bus Service. +Historic Structure. +Existing Neighborhood. +Douglas Park. Few Large/ Vacant Lots

74 Defining Hubs Potential Hub Criteria + E/W Connector. + Large/ Vacant Lots. + Douglas Park. - Little Existing Density.

75 Defining Hubs Potential Hub Criteria + School/ Design Center. + Abandoned E/W Rail Line. + NSP Grant. - Less Traveled Corridor.

76 Defining Hubs Potential Hub Criteria + Large Lots. + Soccer Fields. + Bus Service/ (Employment Corridor). + Kroger. - Interstate.

77 Defining Hubs Potential Hub Criteria Non-negotiable Works for region/ neighborhood. Works with staff capacity. Requires aggressive Land Bank.

78 The Vision Attitude

79 Social Capital Indianapolis Project School Ball State University King Park Area Development Corp Hillside Neighborhood Association American Society of Landscape Architects Kennedy-King Neighborhood AIA Indianapolis Chapter Indy Parks & Recreation A2SO4 and Demerly Architects Indianapolis Office of Sustainability City of Indianapolis Brownfields Redevelopment Martindale-Brightwood, Inc. Martindale Brightwood Environmental Justice Collaborative Neighborhood Residents Citizens Energy Group City County Council City of Indianapolis Division of Planning City of Indianapolis Dept of Metropolitan Development Development Concepts, Inc. Martindale Brightwood Community Development Corporation Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority US Green Building Council

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81 Capturing Our Social Capital

82 Capturing Our Social Capital

83

84 the vast majority of white people and the vast majority of black people in this country want to live together, want to improve the quality of our life, and want justice for all human beings that abide in our land. -Robert F. Kennedy

85 Summary

86 SUMMARY...a c t i o n... Immediate Longer Term Increase Educational Attainment Create Land Bank Develop Green Infrastructure Plan Pick a Brownfield and envision/build Interstate Access Weatherization Program

87 Thanks Steering Committee City of Indianapolis Local AIA Ball State Citizens Energy Group SDAT Team

88 Thanks Community!!!!! Onward to Neighborhood Restoration!!!!

89 AIA Center for Communities by Design: Contact Information AIA National Component Center for Communities by Design 1735 New York Avenue NW Washington, DC

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