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OCR: Fairfax County Revitalization Program

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OCR: Fairfax County Revitalization Program

March 5, 2016

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OCR: Fairfax County Revitalization Program

  1. 1. Fairfax County Revitalization Program March 5, 2016 1
  2. 2. The Fairfax County Office of Community Revitalization (OCR) facilitates strategic redevelopment and investment opportunities within targeted commercial areas that align with the community's vision and improve the economic vitality, appearance, and function of those areas Office of Community Revitalization 2
  3. 3. Program established Established 5 Commercial Revitalization Districts (CRD) and two Commercial Revitalization Areas (CRA) OCR was established as a standalone office under the County Executive The County’s Revitalization program also supports revitalization efforts in areas of strategic importance and brings a countywide perspective to issues affecting revitalization Revitalization Program History 1988 1998 2007 Today 3
  4. 4. Five Revitalization Districts Annandale Baileys Crossroads/Seven Corners McLean Richmond Highway Springfield Two Revitalization Areas Lake Anne Village Center Merrifield Other Areas of Strategic Interest Tysons Urban Center Greater Springfield Area Reston Transit Station Areas Revitalization Program Areas 4
  5. 5. Managing Growth  Growth is coming  County and regional approach is to concentrate growth in mixed-use activity centers • Efficient • Sustainable, accessible, prosperous, and livable • Responsive to market demographics from millennials to baby boomers • Preserves stable, existing single-family neighborhoods 5
  6. 6. Why Revitalization? Revitalization – Is part of Fairfax County’s overall strategy to strengthen the economic viability, appearance and function of the County’s older retail and business centers Through targeted efforts the County seeks to make older areas more:  Commercially competitive  Offer better services and improved living and shopping opportunities  Become viable candidates for private reinvestment Grand Re-Opening – Springfield Town Center 6
  7. 7. Revitalization Challenges Overcoming Market, Physical, and Financial Barriers  Market conditions, and economic feasibility including capital required to redevelop income producing properties and lease buy-outs  Shallow, small and/or irregularly shaped lots  Ownership patterns and parcel consolidation issues  Fitting into the existing fabric of the area  Balancing competing public interests, and meeting community expectations  Existing development regulations that are “suburban”  Parcels with underutilized or dilapidated structures  Lot configurations which may require special considerations to become suitable for development  Constrained sites make expansions or enlargements of existing uses difficult under existing zoning requirements 7
  8. 8. Metro Corridor Challenges  Transforming existing suburban development pattern into an urban pattern that supports walkability  Adding housing and residential amenities (libraries, parks and recreation) to formerly non- residential areas  Building partnerships and cooperation between adjacent property owners and with the County  Funding major transportation improvements to support growth - $3.1 billion over 40 years in Tysons8
  9. 9. Metro Corridor Challenges  Redeveloping land that is already developed and income producing  Phasing development over time: • Buildings and sites – what does the interim state look like? • Infrastructure (roads, facilities, park networks) – how is interim development served? • Changes in technology and design – how to determine today what is needed tomorrow? 9
  10. 10. Seven Major Strategies 1. Education and Promotion 2. Community Building 3. Community Visioning 4. Placemaking 6. Public/Private Partnerships 7. Public Policy 5. Market-based Problem Solving 10
  11. 11. 1. Education and Promotion  Annual Reports  Topical Brochures  Public Presentations  Conferences  Website  Seminars  Special Reports 11
  12. 12. 2. Community Building  Support local revitalization area stakeholder and community groups  Serve on special bodies, committees and boards involved in revitalization and redevelopment  Liaises with residents, other County agencies and development community 12
  13. 13. 3. Community Visioning OCR has a particular skillset in designing and facilitating community engagement and problem-solving processes, including design charrettes 13
  14. 14. 3. Community Visioning Date Past Studies/Plan Amendments November 17, 2008 Springfield Mall June 2009 Lake Anne Village Center CRA January 12, 2010 Springfield Connectivity June 22, 2010 Tysons Corner Urban Center July 13, 2010 Annandale CBC July 13, 2010 Baileys Crossroads February 22, 2011 Richmond Hwy. – Penn Daw November 19, 2013 McLean CBC Editorial February 11, 2014 Reston Phase I - (TSAs) June 2, 2015 Reston Phase II – Village Centers July 28, 2015 Seven Corners CBC OCR assists with planning studies authorized by the BOS which have resulted in Plan Amendments that provide guidance for land use, urban design, transportation, public facilities, and infrastructure 14
  15. 15. 3. Seven Corners – Plan Amendment  There was a major replanning effort of the Seven Corners area from September 2012 to July 2015  Resulted in a form- based plan with mixed use development, major transportation improvements, and new parks  Plan Amendment adopted by BOS in July 2015 15
  16. 16. 3. Lake Anne Design Charrette Charrette Work Session The Lake Anne Village Center (LAVC) Washington Plaza Design Charrette brought together stakeholders with local planning and design professionals. Team concepts focused on ways to capitalize on the strengths of Lake Anne as part of an overall strategy to attract patrons to the LAVC and to the water’s edge Presentation of Concepts Master Concept Plan
  17. 17. 3. Embark Richmond Highway  Longer-term: Metrorail extension from Huntington Metrorail station to Hybla Valley Community Business Center  Multi-departmental effort  Major Components: • Comprehensive Plan amendment – land use, transportation (cross-section, station locations) and urban design • Environmental assessments for road widening and BRT  VDRPT completed Multimodal Alternatives Analysis (10/14)  Board endorsed recommended BRT/Metrorail Hybrid (5/15) • Median running BRT system from Huntington Metrorail station to Woodbridge 17
  18. 18. 4. Placemaking  Development Application Review  Urban Design Guidelines  Infrastructure Projects  Urban Street Standards  Zoning Ordinance Amendment Review  Wayfinding Signage  Pop-up uses and places OCR works collaboratively with County agencies and the development community on development proposals Fosters a problem-solving culture, with a focus on urban design and economic viability Assists with the formulation and oversight of capital projects and other measures that enhance the public realm and foster a strong sense of place and identity 18
  19. 19. 4. Annandale – Markham Place  Rezoning approved  12-story, 310 unit residential building w/ 6,000 SF ground- floor commercial  3.44 acre site  2.42 FAR  Structured parking  Open space 19
  20. 20. Extra Space Storage – Bailey’s Crossroads Façade Upgrades Upper Bailey’s Elementary School - Seven Corners New Gymnasium 4. Bailey’s Crossroads & Seven Corners CRD 20
  21. 21. 4. McLean – Elm Street Residences Approved for a 123-unit, 7-story multifamily residential building  5,033 SF retail space  18,348 SF ancillary space  461 space underground parking garage  57 surface parking spaces Retain an existing 109,600 SF office building  Convert 4,252 SF to ground floor retail and construct 2,758 SF retail; Total retail 7,010 SF  40% open space View from Elm Street View from Fleetwood Rd
  22. 22. 4. Merrifield – Mosaic Town Center 22
  23. 23. 4. Reston - Comstock 23 Mixed-use development with direct interface to Silver Line Metrorail Station  1.28 Million SF mixed use private development  2,300 space public parking garage & bus transfer facility  County’s first secure “bike room”
  24. 24. 4. Richmond Highway – The Shelby  240 residential units  First of several new apartment residences that are planned for the Penn Daw CBC  3.38 acre site located at the corner of North Kings Highway and Poag Street 24
  25. 25. 4. Springfield – Town Center  Opened in 11/2014  Future redevelopment includes new residential, office, retail, parks  Spurring new development in the surrounding area 25
  26. 26. 4. Tysons Urban Center – 2,100 Acres  If all are built: • 95million SF total development • An increase of over 24,900 residential units • An improvement in the ratio of non-residential to residential from 3:1 to 3:2 Approved Development To Date:  22 rail-related development applications have been approved to date: • 20 million SF office • 18 million SF residential • 7 million SF retail/hotel  12 additional rail-related development applications under review • 5 million SF office • 8 million SF residential • 2 million SF retail/hotel 26
  27. 27. 4. Tysons: Buildings Delivered In 2014 and 2015, seven major buildings were delivered:  The Ascent at Spring Hill (404 unit, residential)  Tysons Corner Center Phase 1: • Tysons Tower (533,000 SF office); VITA (429 unit, residential) and Hyatt Regency Hotel (246,000 SF hotel)  Tysons Overlook (285,000 SF office)  Ovation at Park Crest (231 unit, residential)  Nouvelle (461 unit, residential) 27
  28. 28. 4. New Tysons Public Parks & Plazas 28 New Athletic Field @ Arbor RowNew Public Plaza @ Tysons Corner Center
  29. 29. 4. Design Guidelines 29 Reston Development Guidelines – In Progress
  30. 30. 30 Springfield Transit and Parking Facility  Located at the old Circuit City site  1,000+ spaces to replace existing parking lot and county-leased parking spaces in nearby shopping centers • Rooftop and plaza amenities • Pedestrian bridge across Old Keene Mill Road • Transit facilities including seven bus bays • Designed for sluggers Rooftop Amenity Space 4. Infrastructure Projects 30
  31. 31. 31 4. Streetscape Projects High Visibility Crosswalks Initiative started by Greater Springfield Chamber as part of the development of a pedestrian/bike route to improve safety for pedestrians Existing conditions in Central Springfield Brick crosswalks to be replaced with high visibility crosswalks
  32. 32. 32 4. Streetscape Maintenance County funding was used to construct streetscape improvements in commercial revitalization districts; A County fund was also set up to maintain these non-VDOT standard improvements. OCR conducts annual community walk-throughs with County staff and revitalization stakeholders to inspect streetscape conditions. OLD VDOT Repair 5/2015 Amherst Streetscape Repairs
  33. 33. 33 4. Wayfinding Signage
  34. 34. 34 4. New Placemaking Concepts Pop-Ups Food Trucks Public Art Etc. Imagine Art Here: Tysons Public Art Project & Greensboro Food Trucks Example of Pop-Up Park Example of Pop-Up Art
  35. 35. 35 5. Market Based Problem Solving  16 Principles of Public Investment  Mosaic Community Development Authority (CDA)  Tax Increment Financing (TIF)  Tysons Transportation Service District  Business Improvement Districts (BIDs)  Market Feasibility Studies OCR develops and promotes uniquely tailored and market-based solutions to foster redevelopment opportunities, such as:  Market or feasibility analyses to ensure that area visions are feasible in the marketplace  Special tax districts for unique circumstances  Development or application of other public financing tools such as Tax Increment Financing (TIF)/Community Development Authority (CDA)
  36. 36. 36 5. Mosaic District TIF/CDA A CDA is a flexible funding tool that can address a broad range of infrastructure needs, as well as services, and can cover varied areas such as a single shopping mall, a mixed-use development or a downtown redevelopment area.
  37. 37. 37 6. Public/Private Partnerships OCR fosters public/private partnerships that leverage public assets to achieve public benefits and create catalytic projects to stimulate redevelopment.
  38. 38. 38 7. Public Policy OCR helps solve emerging policy questions:  Formulates strategies to implement new ideas and initiatives  Undertakes innovative pilot projects  Devises improvements for identified process challenges, and  Develops best practices, approaches and standards to redevelopment.  Urban Parks Framework  Street Standards Policy  Building Repositioning Workgroup  Economic Success Strategic Plan • Retail Strategy • Parking Standards
  39. 39. 39 7. Strategic Plan for Economic Success 1. Further diversify our economy 2. Create places where people want to be 3. Improve the speed, consistency, and predictability of the Development Review Process 4. Invest in natural and physical infrastructure 5. Achieve economic success through education and social equity 6. Increase agility of County government
  40. 40. 40 7. Building Repositioning Workgroup The Fairfax County Building Repositioning Workgroup was formed to evaluate:  The impacts of the changing office market on existing office space  How the use of buildings changes over time  What potential process and policy changes the County should consider to address the challenges and opportunities raised
  41. 41. Office of Community Revitalization Fairfax County Office of Community Revitalization 12055 Government Center Parkway Suite 1048 Fairfax, Virginia 22035 (703) 324-9300 Visit our website at: www.fcrevit.org 41
  42. 42. 42 Annandale CRD – 195 Acres
  43. 43. 43 Bailey’s Crossroads CRD – 530 Acres
  44. 44. 44 Seven Corners CRD – 203 Acres
  45. 45. 45 Lake Anne Village Center CRA – 41Acres
  46. 46. 46 McLean CRD – 230 Acres
  47. 47. 47 Merrifield CRA – 775 Acres
  48. 48. 48 Richmond Highway CRD – 7.5 Miles
  49. 49. 49 Springfield CRD – 250 Acres
  50. 50. 4. Reston Transit Station Areas 50

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