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Presentation at 2015 Massachusetts Sustainable Communities and Campuses Conference

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Greg minott2015masccc

  1. 1. Urban Development Initiatives 2015 Massachusetts Sustainable Communities and Campuses Conference April 16, 2015 Presented by Gregory Minott AIA, LEED AP
  2. 2. Urban Development Initiatives www.dreamcollaborative.com
  3. 3. Urban Development Initiatives URBAN POTENTIAL
  4. 4. Urban Development Initiatives Vacant Buildings • Safety Concerns • Hurts neighborhood pride • Reduces property values
  5. 5. Urban Development Initiatives Vacant Buildings We See Potential • Inviting new residents • Rebuilding community’s confidence • Economic viability
  6. 6. Urban Development Initiatives Vacant Sites • Contamination Issues • Lost jobs and economic benefit • Safety concerns
  7. 7. Urban Development Initiatives Vacant Sites We See Potential
  8. 8. Urban Development Initiatives Underutilized Buildings
  9. 9. Urban Development Initiatives Underutilized Buildings We See Potential
  10. 10. Urban Development Initiatives Underutilized Open Space
  11. 11. Urban Development Initiatives Underutilized Open Space We See Potential
  12. 12. Urban Development Initiatives Boston 2030 - Mayor’s Housing Initiative • A catalyst is key to change • Attracts new investment • Developers, CDCs and governments are key
  13. 13. Urban Development Initiatives This plan envisions a city where all Bostonians, regardless of race, age, economic status, or physical ability can find a place to call home. Boston 2030 - Mayor’s Housing Initiative
  14. 14. Urban Development Initiatives Boston 2030 – Where do you build?
  15. 15. Urban Development Initiatives Boston 2030 – Where do you build?
  16. 16. Urban Development Initiatives Boston 2030 – Who Builds?
  17. 17. Urban Development Initiatives Boston 2030 – What do you build? “…if Boston is to reach its greenhouse gas reduction goals, Bostonians must make significant reductions in the amount of energy used in our homes.”
  18. 18. Urban Development Initiatives Boston 2030 – What do you build? • Increase energy efficiency of existing housing units • Work to reduce carbon impacts and incorporate advanced sustainable building design in new housing developments • Prepare Boston’s housing stock for sea-level rise, extreme heat and natural disasters
  19. 19. Urban Development Initiatives 41 Regent Street, Roxbury
  20. 20. Urban Development Initiatives 41 Regent Street, Roxbury Respect look and feel of residential street Potential Future PV Onsite Parking and Bike Storage Rooftop Open Space and Gardens
  21. 21. Urban Development Initiatives 41 Regent Street, Roxbury
  22. 22. Urban Development Initiatives 41 Regent Street, Roxbury
  23. 23. Urban Development Initiatives 41 Regent Street, Roxbury
  24. 24. Urban Development Initiatives 41 Regent Street, Roxbury
  25. 25. Urban Development Initiatives 270 Talbot Ave, Dorchester Newer Construction Nice Corner Site! Very Handsome Masonry Buildings at Core Talbot Ave. Station…. Great Amenity! Is more retail needed? Open space… Pocket park? Homes on three sides. Be a good neighbor
  26. 26. Urban Development Initiatives 270 Talbot Ave, Dorchester
  27. 27. Urban Development Initiatives 270 Talbot Ave, Dorchester Celebrate Corner Respect look and feel of residential street Respect abutters New office space and amenities on ground floor along Talbot??
  28. 28. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny 270 Talbot Ave, Dorchester T
  29. 29. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny T 270 Talbot Ave, Dorchester
  30. 30. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny • Incorporate Solar PV Panels • Highly insulated walls and roofs • Encourage less dependence on cars. • Low flow toilets, faucets, showerheads, and appliances • Encourage less dependence on cars. • Abundant Natural Daylight • Super insulated windows • Energy efficient light bulbs 270 Talbot Ave, Dorchester Sustainability
  31. 31. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny • LowVOC paints, adhesives, and sealants • Hard surface flooring and cleanable mats • Generous permeable surfaces through raised beds • Productive Planting • Open grassed area 270 Talbot Ave, Dorchester Sustainability
  32. 32. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny 258 Washington Street, Dorchester Site plan
  33. 33. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny 258 Washington Street, Dorchester
  34. 34. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny 258 Washington Street, Dorchester
  35. 35. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny 258 Washington Street, Dorchester Section
  36. 36. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny Smith Baker Center, Lowell Google Earth Image
  37. 37. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny Smith Baker Center, Lowell Exterior Photo
  38. 38. Urban Development Initiatives David Lunny Smith Baker Center, Lowell Interior Photo
  39. 39. Urban Development Initiatives Smith Baker Center, Lowell
  40. 40. Urban Development Initiatives www.dreamcollaborative.com ThankYou.

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