neighborhood meeting 3 door creek church august 20 2019

NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING #3 DOOR CREEK CHURCH AUGUST 20, 2019 Agenda - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING #3 DOOR CREEK CHURCH AUGUST 20, 2019 Agenda 1. Welcome and Introductions Alder Lemmer & Karl Van Lith 2. Overview of Ace Apartments 3. Questions and Discussion 4. Adjourn Reminders for this meeting 1. Be


  2. Agenda 1. Welcome and Introductions – Alder Lemmer & Karl Van Lith 2. Overview of Ace Apartments 3. Questions and Discussion 4. Adjourn

  3. Reminders for this meeting 1. Be positive and respectful of all participants 2. Do not interrupt another speaker 3. Let everyone participate; don’t repeat points that others have made 4. Keep questions and comments to one minute or less in order to give everyone an opportunity to participate

  4. Overview of Ace Apartments 1. Who is Movin ’ Out? – Kathryne Auerback 2. Tenants, Management, and Services – Megan Schuetz 3. Planning Context and Development Process – Melissa Huggins 4. Project Description – Ray White, Dimension IV Architects 5. Next Steps

  5. Project Goals The development of safe, high quality affordable housing for families, individuals, and people with disabilities .

  6. Who is Movin’ Out? • Established in 1995 as a non-profit organization • Mission is to partner with people with disabilities, their families, and their allies, to create and sustain community-integrated, safe, affordable homes. • Involved in creating over 1,000 units of affordable rental housing • Assisted over 1,600 families to become first- Pinney Lane Apartments (902-914 Royster Oaks Dr.) time home buyers

  7. Who is Commonwealth Development? • Focus on creating high-quality housing opportunities for a variety of income levels through unique public/private partnerships • Principals have over 60 years of experience multi- family housing development • Principals have developed over 6,000 multi-family units. • “Our vision is that our projects act a as a catalytic spark for other development and redevelopment opportunities,”

  8. Who lives in Movin ’ Out Apartments? Survey of Pinney Lane tenants: • Hairdresser • Vet tech at local veterinary office • Office manager of a construction • Local government admin assistant company • Scheduler at a retirement center • Claims processer for an insurance • Team member @ Costco company • Scheduler at a hospital • Department store manager • Waitress • ~25% residents are people with a permanent disability and have Social • Admin assistant at chiropractic office Security as their primary source of • Manager of a bagel shop income.

  9. What is it like to live at Pinney Lane? • Sariah Daine

  10. Security and Tenant Screening Security urity Tenant ant Screen eening ing • Cameras throughout the site • All prospective residents will undergo a full criminal and financial • Security lighting plan check • Security Plan will be reviewed by • Minimum income requirements MPD • All applicants are provided with • Visitors are required to adhere to screening criteria, lease lease requirements and house rules requirements, and house rules at the time of application • All measures in place prior to residents moving in

  11. Management • ACC Management – third-party property management firm that manages over 4,000 units including several developments in Madison and Dane County • Management will be on-site • Proactive management approach to prevent problems before they happen as much as possible

  12. Services • Movin’ Out serves as Resident Service Coordinator ensuring all residents have access to services to help ensure long term success • Movin’ Out partners with service organizations to meet a variety of needs: • Adults with Disabilities → Care Wisconsin • Children with Disabilities → Dane County Department of Human Services • Mental Health → Dane County Department of Human Services • Veterans → Dane County Veterans Service Office • Families Experiencing Homelessness → The Road Home

  13. Services – Movin’ Out Programming TENANT SUCCESS SERVICES COMMUNITY IMPACT PROGRAM • Assist residents with • Support full citizenship of all disabilities by collaborating residents, including those with with property management disabilities and service providers by • Ensure a connection between providing information on residents, their neighbors, and the tenancy requirement and neighboring community facilitating relationships with • Ensure lower turnover and eviction neighbors. rates by maintaining long-term residents Ultimate Goal → Ensuring success in housing provides greater opportunity for success in other areas of life – work, education, healthcare, transportation, etc.

  14. Planning Context 4602 Cottage Grove Road

  15. Land Development Process: Future Special Site Plan & Comprehensive Zoning Plan Land Use Area Plans Design

  16. Imagine Madison 2018 Neighborhoods and Housing Strategies Strategy 3: Increase the amount of available housing • Support new housing opportunities by prioritizing planning efforts to transition underutilized, automobile-dominated commercial areas into complete neighborhoods and mixed-use Activity Centers • Explore adjustments to the number of dwelling units, building size, and height thresholds between permitted and conditional uses to increase the allowable density for residential buildings in mixed-use zoning districts • Explore the widespread replacement of residential density maximums with building height maximums outside of the downtown area Strategy 4: Integrate lower priced housing, including subsidized housing, into complete neighborhoods • Support the distribution of affordable housing throughout the city • Continue allocating money to the City’s Affordable Housing Fund • Continue to pursue a variety of county, state, and federal funding and public-private partnerships to support the development of affordable housing

  17. Imagine Madison Future Land Use Map Project Location

  18. Imagine Madison: Neighborhood Mixed Use (NMU) Neighborhood Mixed Use “Node or corridor containing housing, shopping, and services that generally serves surrounding neighborhoods (2-4 stories; up to 70 du/acre)”

  19. Current Zoning: Commercial Corridor – Transitional (CC-T) • The CC-T District recognizes the many commercial corridors within the City remain largely auto-oriented, and wants to encourage their transformation into mixed-use corridors. • Maximum height is 5 stories

  20. Cottage Grove Road: Activity Center Plan (2017) Land Use and Urban Design Goal #1: Improve stability, cohesiveness, and relationship between commercial centers and residential areas Recommendations: • Incorporate affordable, quality housing into new development that is close to employment centers • Look for opportunities to include 2-3 story apartment, town homes and housing that meet the needs of the “missing middle.”

  21. Cottage Grove Road: Activity Center Plan (2017) Land Use and Urban Design Goal #2: Ensure new infill mixed use, housing, or commercial development incorporate traditional neighborhood design elements Recommendations: • Encourage mixed-use and multi-family residential development of 2-4 stories where appropriate to anchor activity centers • Buildings should front on the street with parking behind or to the side of buildings

  22. Neighborhood Input PUBLIC MEETINGS EMAIL Neighborhood Meetings Contact Alders: - July 26 th 2018 Alder Lemmer, - September 17 th 2018 Alder Tierney, - August 20 th 2019 Urban Design Commission Public Hearing Contact City Staff: - October 16 th 2019 Kevin Firchow, Plan Commission Public Hearing Tim Parks, - October 28 th 2019

  23. Site Plan and Design 4602 Cottage Grove Road

  24. Project Programming Mixed Use Parking 70 affordable housing units 101 parking spaces • 59 flat apartment units • 36 surface spaces • 11 total townhouses • 55 underground spaces • 5 Townhome garages • Mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom units at 30%, 50%, 60%, and 80% Average • 5 Townhome driveway stalls Median Income 89 bicycle parking spaces ~10,000 square feet of commercial space for Options in Community Living ~Indoor and outdoor play areas for children

  25. Site Plan 4-Story Building • 59 units, five townhouses • ~10,000 SF commercial space • Five 2-Story townhouses Indoor & Outdoor Play Areas Resident Gardening Space Permeable Pavement Bioswale Stormwater Area

  26. View from Cottage Grove Road

  27. View from Acewood Boulevard

  28. Townhomes looking Northeast

  29. Questions and Discussion

  30. Next Steps Site Development Funding Construction WHEDA Section 42 Tax Break Ground Fall 2020 Finalize Design Credit -- RECEIVED 12 – 14 Month Submit Land Use City of Madison HOME Construction Application Funds -- RECEIVED City Approvals: Dane County Affordable UDC Housing Fund – RECEIVED Plan Commission Federal Home Loan Bank – Chicago Affordable Housing Fund

  31. Floor Plans

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