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The Rise of Innovation Districts

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On June 9 in Washington, DC, the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings released “The Rise of Innovation Districts,” a report analyzing the new geography of innovation in America. The authors of the paper, Brookings Vice President Bruce Katz and Nonresident Senior Fellow Julie Wagner, were joined by leaders from emerging innovation districts across the country to discuss this shift and provide guidance to U.S. metro areas on ways to harness its potential.

The report is available here: http://www.brookings.edu/about/programs/metro/innovation-districts

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The Rise of Innovation Districts

  1. 1. THE RISE OF INNOVATION DISTRICTS A New Geography of Innovation in America Washington, DC | June 9, 2014Metropolitan Policy Program at BROOKINGS
  2. 2. 1 2 3 1 2 3 The Rise of Innovation Districts
  3. 3. INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT
  4. 4. INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT RESEARCH PARK
  5. 5. INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT RESEARCH PARK INNOVATION DISTRICT
  6. 6. Our open, innovative economy craves proximity and extols integration.
  7. 7. Source:Flikruser:WillemVanBuren
  8. 8. Our diverse population is demanding more and better choices in where they live, work, and play. Our open, innovative economy craves proximity and extols integration.
  9. 9. Altered family structure
  10. 10. Altered family structure Married couples with children represent under 20% of households, down from 40% in 1970
  11. 11. Older AmericansAltered family structure Married couples with children represent under 20% of households, down from 40% in 1970
  12. 12. Older AmericansAltered family structure Married couples with children represent under 20% of households, down from 40% in 1970 Walking access to bus stop is most desired amenity for older Americans
  13. 13. Older Americans MillennialsAltered family structure Married couples with children represent under 20% of households, down from 40% in 1970 Walking access to bus stop is most desired amenity for older Americans
  14. 14. Older Americans MillennialsAltered family structure Married couples with children represent under 20% of households, down from 40% in 1970 Walking access to bus stop is most desired amenity for older Americans 40% of millennials prefer cities, versus only 28% of Americans as a whole
  15. 15. These trends revalue cities and “cityness.” Our diverse population is demanding more and better choices in where they live, work, and play. Our open, innovative economy craves proximity and extols integration.
  16. 16. Watch onYouTube
  17. 17. Innovation District In no va tion• •• Dis trict• Geographic area where anchor institutions and companies cluster and connect with small firms, start-ups, business incubators and accelerators. Physically compact, transit-accessible, and technically wired, they offer mixed-use housing, office and retail.
  18. 18. “For each new high-tech job in a metropolitan area, five additional local jobs are created outside of high tech in the long run.” - Economist Enrico Moretti in The New Geography of Jobs
  19. 19. Anchor-driven in midtown/downtown areas Innovation District Models Anchor Plus
  20. 20. Anchor-driven in midtown/downtown areas Within or near waterfronts or other old industrial areas Innovation District Models Anchor Plus Re-imagined Urban Area
  21. 21. Anchor-driven in midtown/downtown areas Within or near waterfronts or other old industrial areas Innovation District Models Outside of the city core where suburban parks are urbanizing Urbanized Science Park Anchor Plus Re-imagined Urban Area
  22. 22. Cambridge - MIT Philadelphia - University City St. Louis - CORTEX
  23. 23. Brooklyn - Navy YardSeattle - South Lake Union Boston - Seaport
  24. 24. Research Triangle Park University of Virginia University of Arizona Tech Park
  25. 25. Deconstructing Districts 1 2 31 2 3
  26. 26. Economic Assets Networking Assets Innovation Ecosystem Physical Assets
  27. 27. Economic Assets Source: Drexel University
  28. 28. High-value, research- oriented firms Source:Artaic Source:Halkin/MasonPhotography.CourtesyofDrexelUniversity Economic Assets
  29. 29. Highly creative fields High-value, research- oriented firms Source:Artaic Source:Halkin/MasonPhotography.CourtesyofDrexelUniversity Economic Assets
  30. 30. Highly creative fields Small-batch manufacturing High-value, research- oriented firms Source:Artaic Source:Halkin/MasonPhotography.CourtesyofDrexelUniversity Economic Assets
  31. 31. Economic Assets Networking Assets Physical Assets
  32. 32. Physical Assets Barcelona City Council. Area of Economy, Business and Employment Source: Downtown Detroit Partnership Office Source: High Tech Campus Eindhoven
  33. 33. Source: Cortex Physical Assets
  34. 34. Source: Gustav Hoiland Physical Assets
  35. 35. Stockholm Life 2010 Source: mot öste Physical Assets
  36. 36. Stockholm Life 2025Stockholm Life 2010 Source: mot öste Source: WSP Physical Assets
  37. 37. Economic Assets Physical Assets Networking Assets
  38. 38. Strong ties: Tech Regulars at Eindhoven Source:HighTechCampusEindhoven Networking Assets
  39. 39. Weak ties: Networking breakfasts at 22@Barcelona Source:BarcelonaCityCouncil.AreaofEconomy,BusinessandEmployment Networking Assets
  40. 40. Economic Assets Networking Assets Innovation Ecosystem Physical Assets
  41. 41. St. Louis CORTEX FOREST PARK Base map by Stamen Design, maps.stamen.com CORTEX DISTRICT
  42. 42. St. Louis CORTEX FOREST PARK Base map by Stamen Design, maps.stamen.com SHRINER’S HOSPITAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL CAMPUS BJC HEALTHCARE HOSPITAL CAMPUS ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
  43. 43. St. Louis CORTEX FOREST PARK Base map by Stamen Design, maps.stamen.com ST. LOUIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY COFACTOR GENOMICS FDA BJC HEALTHCARE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY GENOME DATA CENTER WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY GENOMICS INSTITUTE SOLAE/DUPONT GOLDFARB SCHOOL OF NURSING
  44. 44. St. Louis CORTEX FOREST PARK Base map by Stamen Design, maps.stamen.com METROLINK to Downtown St. Louis METROLINK to Washington University FUTURE CORTEX METRO STATION (2016) CORTEX COMMONS
  45. 45. St. Louis CORTEX TECHSHOP ST. LOUIS FOREST PARK Base map by Stamen Design, maps.stamen.com @4240 CAMBRIDGE INNOVATION CENTER CORTEX I BIOGENERATOR ACCELERATOR LAB CENTER FOR EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES BIOGENERATOR
  46. 46. 1 2 31 2 3 A Path Forward
  47. 47. 1 Create Your Network Government Metropolitan Network
  48. 48. 1 Create Your Network South Waterfront Boston Mayor
  49. 49. 1 Create Your Network South Waterfront Boston Mayor University City Philadelphia UC Science Center
  50. 50. 1 Create Your Network South Waterfront Boston Mayor University City Philadelphia UC Science Center Research Triangle Park Raleigh/Durham RTP Foundation
  51. 51. Set Your Vision2 Economic Assets Networking Assets Innovation Ecosystem Physical Assets
  52. 52. Set Your Vision2 Source: Ayers Saint Gross
  53. 53. Source: Boston Redevelopment Authority Set Your Vision2
  54. 54. Strategies for Success3 TALENT AND TECHNOLOGY Seattle
  55. 55. Strategies for Success3 TALENT AND TECHNOLOGY Seattle CAPITAL AND INVESTMENT Detroit Invest Detroit
  56. 56. Strategies for Success3 TALENT AND TECHNOLOGY Seattle INCLUSION AND EQUITY Philadelphia Mantua Promise Zone CAPITAL AND INVESTMENT Detroit Invest Detroit
  57. 57. Washington, DC | June 9, 2014Metropolitan Policy Program at BROOKINGS THE RISE OF INNOVATION DISTRICTS A New Geography of Innovation in America
  58. 58. Metropolitan Policy Program at BROOKINGS

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