1 PLACEMAKING & MOBILITY WORKSHOP January 27, 2016
2 Boston needs more housing. But there is no one-size fitsall solution. Every neighborhood has its own character. In some places, density is not only appropriate it is badly needed. - Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Chamber of Commerce December, 2014
3 "People want to live in Boston. That's a good thing. But we need to shape growth as a community, not let it shape us. That's what residents are doing along the Red Line in South Boston...They're helping us plan vibrant, walkable streets, with affordable homes, diverse businesses, and great open space." - Mayor Martin J. Walsh, State of the City January 19, 2016
4 AGENDA 1. Schedule and process 2. BRA homework Public Benefits Testing: Value & Cost 3. Mobility & getting around 4. Placemaking & character T Broadway 5. Table exercise Andrew T
5 NEXT STEPS JULY 30, 2015 Talk to Us Open House SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 Walk and Bike With Us Study Area Tours OCTOBER 1, 2015 Imagine with Us Visioning Workshop OCTOBER 26, 2015 Plan with Us Streets & Blocks, Land Use Workshop NOVEMBER 17, 2015 Design With Us Height & Density, Open Space Workshop DECEMBER 14, 2015 What We Heard Recap Session/Dialogue JANUARY 27, 2016 Draft with Us Placemaking and Mobility Workshop FEBRUARY 23, 2016 Discuss with Us DRAFT Plan Session Part 1 MARCH Discuss with Us DRAFT Plan Session Part 2 APRIL Finalize with Us FINAL Plan Presentation MAY & JUNE Internally BRA Staff Draft Zoning Documents & Zoning Commission Meeting
6 PLAN Overview Talk to Us open house July 30, 2015
7 OPEN HOUSE COMMENTS July 30, 2015 Have places for middle class families to stay and thrive in South Boston. Green Space! Take the focus off personal use vehicles + improve transit options. It's not 1950s. Worker housing that young professionals can realistically afford Cyclist safety and comfort on this major route into downtown.
8 WALK AND BIKE TOURS COMMENTS September 14, 2015 Open space needs to be looked at in the study area. If mixed use projects are being built, open space needs to be part of the overall vision. I would also like to see some of the industrial character of the avenue preserved... Boston is proud of its history, and we should preserve it when at all possible. More connecting streets and a possible new grid pattern needs to be looked at carefully to allow traffic to flow through the area and for pedestrians.
9 VISIONING WORKSHOP October 1, 2015
10 PLAN WITH US WORKSHOP Planning Exercise
11 DESIGN WITH US WORKSHOP November 17, 2015 Broadway T Andrew T Broadway T Andrew T
12 RECAP SESSION WHAT WE HEARD December 14, 2015
13 RECAP SESSION WHAT WE HEARD December 14, 2015 Priority Exercise Results 1. Create public open space (36) 2. Create middle income housing (34) 3. Create civic/cultural/art space (26) 4. Create affordable neighborhood retail/amenities (21) 5. Create affordable commercial space (21) 6. Create new 21 st century industrial space for artist/entrepreneurs (19) 7. Create highly energy efficient buildings (2)
14 BRA Homework Imagine with Us workshop October 1, 2015
15 HOMEWORK Underway with City and State agencies, consultant Real Estate Market Analysis/Economic Feasibility Consultant Housing Department of Neighborhood Development, Boston Housing Authority, Fair Housing Economic Development Mayor s Office of Economic Development, Office of Business Development Public Financing Treasury, Assessing, Economic Development & Industrial Corporation (EDIC) Public Facilities Boston Public Schools, Boston Public Library, Boston Police Department, Boston Fire Department, Property & Construction Management Open Space - Parks and Recreation Arts & Culture Arts Commission Public Transportation MBTA Transportation Boston Transportation Department, Boston Bikes, MassDOT Public Works Public Works Department, Public Improvement Commission Water Boston Water & Sewer Commission Environment/Sustainability/Climate Change Environment Department, Boston Landmarks Commission, Boston Public Health Boston Centers for Youth & Families Elderly Commission Commission for Persons with Disabilities
16 PUBLIC BENEFITS TESTING: VALUE & COST Diagram by Byrne McKinney & Associates Value Created Land Use Development Density Building Heights Site Attributes Market Conditions Costs to Development Significant new affordable housing New open space New streets and sidewalks New civic and cultural space Affordable 21 st century low impact manufacturing/start ups New affordable local retail Green Buildings/LEED gold or higher.
17 ZONING TOOL: HEIGHT BONUSES AND BENEFITS Conceptual Diagram
19 BONUS DENSITY TESTING
20 BONUS DENSITY TESTING
21 Mobility Talk to Us open house July 30, 2015
22 OPEN HOUSE COMMENTS Mobility and Transportation Board
23 OPEN HOUSE COMMENTS Mobility and Transportation Board
24 OPEN HOUSE COMMENTS How do you get around the Study Area?
25 WHAT S GOING ON IN THE STUDY AREA? 1. Complete Streets 2. Go Boston Vision Zero 4. Slow Streets Program 5. Greenlinks 6. Boston Bikes Plan
26 BOSTON COMPLETE STREETS
27 BOSTON COMPLETE STREETS Neighborhood Main Street Dorchester Ave Dorchester St Old Colony Ave
28 GO BOSTON 2030 goboston2030.org
29 GO BOSTON 2030 Vision
30 GO BOSTON 2030
31 VISION ZERO BOSTON visionzeroboston.org/input
32 BTD SLOW STREETS PILOT
33 BOSTON BIKE NETWORK PLAN
35 NETWORK/ CONNECTIVITY Bicycle & Pedestrian Network Build On Past & Current Efforts Harborwalk South Bay Harbor Trail (future) Green Links program (future) Establish enhanced pedestrian and bicycle accommodations to connect open space and major bike/ped networks Southampton/Preble Streets corridor Boston Bikes Network Plan Dorchester Ave (existing lanes) Old Colony Ave D Street Southampton/Preble Streets Dorchester Street Conceptual diagrams for planning and discussion purposes only.
36 STREETS: TESTING Conceptual diagrams for planning and discussion purposes only.
37 PLACEMAKING & CHARACTER Plan with Us workshop October 26, 2015
38 PLACEMAKING & CHARACTER Open House Comments July 30, 2015 Vibrant, safe, accessible mixed-used development supported by smart public transportation and biking options People friendly streetscape with shops Accommodate business, industry and residential along Dot. Av. Mixed-use on the east side can be incorporated into better streets that connect with Old Colony An area filled with cultural events that the local artists create
39 WHAT IS PLACEMAKING? Placemaking is a community-based process that capitalizes on a local community s assets, inspiration, and potential, and it results in the creation of quality public spaces that contribute to people s health, happiness, and well being. Source:
40 WHAT IS PUBLIC SPACE & PUBLIC REALM? Any place, space or building accessible and open to all members of the community whether publicly or privately owned. This may include streets, sidewalks, courtyards, building setbacks, parks, plazas and even buildings (like a library or a lobby).
41 PLACEMAKING STRATEGIES 1. Build streets as places 2. Create squares and parks as multi-use destinations 3. Design buildings to create places 4. Provide opportunities for public art and culture 5. Design places for diverse retail & other community uses 6. Link a public health agenda to a public space agenda Source:
42 1. IMPROVE STREETS AS PLACES Rethink Street Parking Street Seat program. New York City. Parklet. Montreal, Quebec.
43 1. IMPROVE STREETS AS PLACES Temporary Street Closure Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA. Times Square, New York City
44 1. IMPROVE STREETS AS PLACES Support small businesses that activate streets. Davis Square, Somerville Roslindale Square (Birch St Bistro, Sophia s Grotto, Village Sushi)
45 2. CREATE SQUARES AND PARKS AS MULTI-USE DESTINATIONS Techtown, Detroit. Source: sasaki.com
46 2. CREATE SQUARES AND PARKS AS MULTI-USE DESTINATIONS Temporary Public Programs to Activate Open Spaces Paris Beaches. Paris, France. Lawn on D. South Boston.
47 3. DESIGN BUILDINGS TO SUPPORT PLACES Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston Oslo Opera House, Oslo, Norway
48 4. PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR PUBLIC ART AND CULTURE Crisscross Signal Spire by Meejin Yoon, Dudley Square, Boston. Montreal, Quebec.
49 5. DESIGN PLACES FOR COMMERCE & COMMUNITY USES SOWA Market, South End South Boston Street Festival
50 6. LINK A PUBLIC HEALTH AGENDA TO A PUBLIC SPACE AGENDA
51 6. LINK A PUBLIC HEALTH AGENDA TO A PUBLIC SPACE AGENDA Copenhagen, Denmark
52 PLACEMAKING: STUDY AREA Existing Network Dorchester Avenue Old Colony Avenue D Street Dorchester Street Southampton & Preble Streets
53 COMMUNITY FEEDBACK Based on Plan With Us Workshop Connection to South Boston Bypass/Haul Road adjusted Additional suggestions made are more suitable to future formal and detailed design review processes, such as: Breaking up of blocks with additional connections Detailed intersection design and roadway geometries The roads shown are conceptual and intended to illustrate a suggested network. Each location, layout, and dimension to be determined through this planning process. New streets not to be built in lieu of complete streets improvements to existing roads
54 STREETS: TESTING Placemaking The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
55 OPEN SPACE CONCEPTS Linear Open Space Concept Neighborhood Open Space concept The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
56 OPEN SPACE CONCEPT Central Open Space The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
57 OPEN SPACE CONCEPT Lineal Parks The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
58 OPEN SPACE CONCEPT Edge Parks Buffer to the tracks Opportunities for dealing with climate change, such as: Manage storm water Site for renewable energy The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Uninterrupted multi-use track Opportunity for public arts
59 OPEN SPACE CONCEPT Pocket Parks/Courtyards The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
60 OPEN SPACE CONCEPT Pedestrian Network Connect pocket parks, courtyards, building lobbys and passages on the ground into a pedestrian network. The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
61 OPEN SPACE CONCEPT Shared Space The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
62 LAND USE CONCEPT Most Common Themes from Land Use Exercise Mixed-Uses Mixed uses North-South along tracks Creation of North and South gateways through a higher density and concentration of uses The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Industrial Significant reduction in industrial uses Industrial uses distributed along the tracks Retail/Services Ground floor amenities and retail along corridors
63 CORRIDOR CHARACTER CONCEPTS T Broadway The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Retail Corridor Old Colony Ave Recreation Corridor Service Corridor Andrew T
64 DENSITY CONCEPT Hybrid concept T Broadway Stepped Concept Barbell concept Andrew T
65 HYBRID DENSITY CONCEPT Zoning Height Envelope Broadway T Andrew T The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Dorchester St
66 HYBRID DENSITY CONCEPT Zoning Height Envelope Broadway T Andrew T The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Dorchester St
67 HYBRID DENSITY CONCEPT: TESTING Massing testing T Broadway Conceptual Building Massing Zoning Height Envelope Broadway T Andrew T Andrew T The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Hybrid concept Conceptual Building Massing (white)
68 HYBRID CONCEPT Conceptual Building Massing Broadway T Andrew T The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Dorchester St
69 Dorchester Ave PLAN: South Boston Dorchester Avenue HYBRID CONCEPT Conceptual Building Massing Broadway T The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only. Andrew T
70 DOT AV 2015
71 DORCHESTER AVE 2030 CONCEPTUAL VIEW The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
72 CENTRAL OPEN SPACE 2030 CONCEPTUAL VIEW The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
73 CENTRAL OPEN SPACE 2030 CONCEPTUAL VIEW The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
74 NEW STREET 2030 CONCEPTUAL VIEW The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
75 NEW STREET 2030 CONCEPTUAL VIEW The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
76 D STREET VIEW 2030 CONCEPTUAL VIEW The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
77 INDUSTRIAL MIXED-USE STREET 2030 CONCEPTUAL VIEW The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
78 The diagram is conceptual and intended for illustrative purposes only.
79 What We Heard Recap Session December 14, 2015 Design Exercise
80 BENEFITS DISTRIBUTION EXERCISE 15 minutes
81 STREETS CHARACTER EXERCISE 15 minutes
82 OPEN SPACE CHARACTER EXERCISE 15 minutes
83 REPORT BACK 15 minutes
84 NEXT STEPS JULY 30, 2015 Talk to Us Open House SEPTEMBER 14, 2015 Walk and Bike With Us Study Area Tours OCTOBER 1, 2015 Imagine with Us Visioning Workshop OCTOBER 26, 2015 Plan with Us Streets & Blocks, Land Use Workshop NOVEMBER 17, 2015 Design With Us Height & Density, Open Space Workshop DECEMBER 14, 2015 What We Heard Recap Session/Dialogue JANUARY 27, 2016 Draft with Us Placemaking and Mobility Workshop FEBRUARY 23, 2016 Discuss with Us DRAFT Plan Session Part 1 MARCH Discuss with Us DRAFT Plan Session Part 2 APRIL Finalize with Us FINAL Plan Presentation MAY & JUNE Internally BRA Staff Draft Zoning Documents & Zoning Commission Meeting
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