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1 DRAFT PLAN PRESENTATION

2 AGENDA Process Project Schedule Results from Visioning Workshop Draft Plan Highlights Concept Plans Feedback Next Steps

3 PROJECT SCHEDULE KICK-OFF WORKSHOP August 29 th Community Center VISIONING WORKSHOP November 7 7pm Community Center AUTUMN FEST October 7 th Barrett Park DRAFT PLAN PRESENTATION January 23 7pm Community Center

4 RESULTS OF VISIONING WORKSHOP

5 GOALS Core Team helped devise planning goals for the next 5-10 years Meeting attendees ranked them in order of preference Highest ranked goals: 1. Ensure that new housing is well-built and well-designed 2. Develop incentives tailored to attract desired developers and businesses 3. Implement a parking management strategy to prevent future parking issues associated with the Town Center 4. Attract development for the Town Center that would have a higher fiscal impact on the City, and provide jobs that are suitable for local residents 5. Update and implement the network of bicycle and pedestrian trails proposed by the 2008 Greenway Trail Master Plan to connect to the Town Center and other local and regional destinations

6 FRAMEWORK PLAN

7 FRAMEWORK PLAN - RESULTS

8 DRAFT PLAN HIGHLIGHTS

9 LAND USE GOALS Create the framework plan for the Holly Springs Town Center Develop a more balanced land use map that will met today s needs and provide for the needs of tomorrow Design and construct a multi-purpose green space to support an amphitheater, passive and active recreation, town events, and other functions Create a unifying look for the City and the future Town Center area Review regulations and ordinances that may prevent the fruition of desired development within and around the Town Center Ensure that development fronting the future Industrial Connector is appropriate for the functions the road will ultimately serve

10 LAND USE RECOMMENDATIONS Incorporate the future land use plan into the comprehensive plan update: The new plan includes a new City Hall building in the center of the study area, a town green, and a linear park along the new Industrial Connector. Mixed Use lands are reduced to the center of the downtown. It is assumed that the market will dictate the exact mix of development Lands to the east formerly designated as Traditional Neighborhood are now industrial, as industrial development is in high demand for the area. Build a town green of at least two acres in the Town Center that can support various activities Revise the Mixed Use zoning overlay to ensure that development in the Town Center meets expectations Update design guidelines to support quality architecture and construction in the Town Center and surrounding areas that may be developed or redeveloped in the coming years. Continue to protect historic resources and champion preservation Require a charrette for each new development over 3 acres within the LCI Study Area

11 FUTURE LAND USE

12 TRANSPORTATION GOALS Update and implement the network of bicycle and pedestrian trails proposed by the 2008 Greenway Trail Master Plan to connect to the Town Center and other local and regional destinations Review regulations and ordinances related to parking as to promote higher-quality development Implement a parking management strategy to prevent future parking issues associated with the Town Center Ensure that the design of existing and future streets and offroad multi-use trails is of the highest quality and contributes to the beauty of Holly Springs

13 TRANSPORTATION RECOMMENDATIONS Connect multi-use trails with bicycle lanes at or near activity nodes Install remainder of multi-use trail network, extending segments as funding is available Develop guidelines for the design of new and existing streets and offroad multi-use trails Create a walkable, park once environment within the Town Center as to mitigate the number of automobile trips. Research the possibility of a shuttle bus that operates within the Town Center and nearby developments to mitigate future parking issues.

14 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GOALS Complete the industrial connector as quickly as possible to help make the Town Center Plan economically and financially feasible Attract development to the Town Center Project which: Maximizes achievable revenues to the City from land development to help fund the park/event space, municipal facilities and other public improvements Creates a unique mixed-use node that becomes widely identified as the commercial and civic center of Holly Springs Achieves development that (a) generated a high positive fiscal impact on the City over time and (b) enhances the value and development potential of other key parcels in the LCI Study Area Promote and establish the LCI Study Area as the City s recognized employment center that: Provides skilled, well-paying jobs that are attractive to and compatible with the education and skill levels of area residents, and Welcomes locally owned businesses and entrepreneurial start-ups

15 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS Actively pursue/conclude negotiations with the master developer that has been selected to implement the Town Center project, which: Results in agreement to implement a concept plan that is consistent with LCI objectives, Commits the Master Developer to a specific minimum level performance and defined schedule, Specifies the requested nature and amounts of City incentives and/or financial participation necessary to proceed, Proposes specific terms for financial compensation to the City, Provides evidence of sufficient financial resources to execute the plan, Identifies a marketing/recruitment strategy for the project s commercial components; and Enables the City to proceed to develop the Plan s public sector components. If ongoing negotiations do not produce a successful outcome, consider alternatives to enable the City/DDA to implement the project and offer individual prepared pad sites to prospective residential and commercial development partners

16 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RECOMMENDATIONS As the Town Center Plan is implemented: Work with owners of other major land parcels and nearby commercial properties in the Study Area to identify parcels that may become available for development Recruit investors and developers to pursue other development opportunities in the Study Area Make another effort to negotiate County and School District consent to the existing Tax Allocation District based on specific financial terms negotiated for the Town Center Project Develop incentives tailored to attract desired businesses and development projects in the LCI Study Area Prioritize the recruitment of locally- and regionally-owned businesses over chain restaurants and big box retail in the Town Center Increase awareness of the process of starting a new business in Holly Springs Create and implement signage and wayfinding

17 HOUSING GOALS Construct housing of various types Construct housing of various price points Preserve existing and historic housing near the Town Center Ensure that new housing is well-built and well-designed

18 HOUSING RECOMMENDATIONS Provide diverse housing opportunities within the LCI Study Area as the town center expands Create opportunities for senior housing to be built in LCI Study Area Update design guidelines to support quality residential architecture and construction in the Town Center and surrounding areas that may be developed in the coming years.

19 CONCEPT PLAN

20 INDUSTRIAL CONNECTOR CURRENT DESIGN

21 INDUSTRIAL CONNECTOR ALTERNATIVE DESIGN

22 INDUSTRIAL CONNECTOR CURRENT SECTION

23 INDUSTRIAL CONNECTOR ALTERNATIVE SECTION

24 2015 MASTER PLAN B C A A New road alignment B Small park, no visibility for retail C No commercial frontage not pedestrianfriendly D D Lack of connectivity

25 CONCEPT DESIGN OPTION 1 Single Family Residential Townhomes Quadplexes Civic Commercial Mixed Use

26 LAND USE SUMMARY OPTION 1 Single Family Residential Townhomes Quadplexes Multi-family Residential Civic Commercial Off-street parking On-street parking Total parking added 35 lots 126 units 40 units 34 units (above retail) 13,750 SF 113,100 SF 766 spaces 436 spaces 1,202 spaces

27 CONCEPT DESIGN OPTION 2 Single Family Residential Townhomes Multi-family Residential Civic Commercial Mixed Use

28 LAND USE SUMMARY OPTION 2 Single Family Residential Townhomes Quadplexes Multi-family Residential Civic Commercial Off-street parking On-street parking Parking deck spaces Total parking added 29 lots 111 units units 13,750 SF 113,100 SF 596 spaces 437 spaces 496 spaces 1,502 spaces Difference from Option 1-6 lots -15 units -40 units +280 units spaces +1 spaces +496 spaces +300 spaces

29 HOW DOES THIS COMPARE TO PREVIOUS DESIGNS?

30 COMPARISON TO 2015 MASTER PLAN Land Use Total Units OR SF Wakefield Beasley Plan Option 1 Difference Option 2 Difference Single Family Residential Multi-family Residential Quadplexes Townhomes Commercial 48, ,100 65, ,100 65,050 Civic 15,600 13,750-1,850 13,750-1,850 Structured Parking N/A 1, Surface Parking N/A

31 STREET SECTIONS NON-RESIDENTIAL STREET

32 STREET SECTIONS NON-RESIDENTIAL STREET

33 STREET SECTIONS RESIDENTIAL STREET

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36 ACTIVITIES & NEXT STEPS

37 POTENTIAL PRIORITY PROJECTS 1. Install Barrett Springs multiuse trail segment 1 2 Hickory Rd 2. Plan and engineer a solution to the intersection of Hickory Road and Palm Street

38 POTENTIAL PRIORITY PROJECTS 4. Engineer Industrial Connector from Hickory Road to Holly Springs Parkway 2 Hickory Rd 8. Create a streetscape for Hickory Road that follows the new streetscape design standard

39 POTENTIAL PRIORITY PROJECTS 15. Draft and implement a revised overlay code for the Town Center that also includes architectural requirements and a sign ordinance 18. Create schematic plans for a 2 acre green for the Town Center

40 ACTIVITY PRIORITY PROJECTS Total, there are 28 proposed projects, 6 of which may be able to be completed within the first 100 days of the plan s adoption. 1. In your packet, you will find a handout called 100 Day Projects and some planning dollars. Around the room are boxes labeled with a project number. 2. Imagine you have $10 to fund these projects. Each project has a price so budget carefully! (You do not have to spend all your money, BUT you must not go over-budget.) 3. Drop the appropriate amount of dollars into the box of the project you want to fund. 4. If you have other ideas for short-term and easy-to-implement projects that could be completed within 100 days, there is an additional box marked Other Projects

41 ACTIVITY CONCEPT PLAN FEEDBACK We need some feedback on the Town Center options. 1. In your packet is a handout titled Concept Plan Feedback 2. Each table has stickers for you to place onto the plans: STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES 3. With your group, discuss the plans strengths and weaknesses. Use the stickers to indicate where they are located. Use the handout to expand upon your thoughts. 4. Choose which of the two options you would most recommend be implemented. 5. Elect a spokesperson to present your findings. 6. Turn in the marked-up plans and a filled-in copy of the handout to a member of the Project Team.

42 ANY OTHER COMMENTS? We have comment cards available for you to use to give additional comment on goals, projects, and the concept plans. If you have any feedback, please let us know!

43 NEXT STEPS Refine draft plan and framework plan per your comments Seek adoption by City Council in spring

44 THANK YOU! Questions?

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