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  • City of Maitland Community Redevelopment AgencyProposed Town Center Development Consistency with Downtown Maitland Revitalization Plan (DMRP)

  • Mr. Verl Emrick, Executive Director, Maitland Community Redevelopment Agency

  • Downtown Maitland Revitalization Plan (DMRP)Created in partnership with Orange County in 2003

    Provides overall guidance and direction for redevelopment activities

    Identified Redevelopment Objectives, Infrastructure Improvements, Estimated Improvement Costs and Implementation Strategies

    Four Focus AreasTransportationInfrastructureStreetscapeCivic Improvements

  • Approved Mixed Use ProjectsTREVIRAVINIAVillage at Lake Lily450 Residential units40-90K sq. ft. Office/Retail93 Residential units5 K sq. ft. Office17 K sq. ft. retail300 Residential units50 K sq. ft. Office/RetailConsistent with the DMRP

  • Public Infrastructure InvestmentsMaitland Boulevard Off-rampRegional Stormwater PondSybelia ParkwayStreetscape and median improvementsGeorge Avenue InterchangeHoratio/Swoope Interchange

    Consistent with the DMRP

  • Proposed Town Center DevelopmentTown Center Development Identified in DMRP

  • Proposed Town Center DevelopmentInitial Town Center Concepts

  • Proposed Town Center DevelopmentCurrent Town Center Proposal (Brossier)

  • Brossier Town Center Proposal

    Project Information

  • Brossier Town Center ProposalContinues implementation of Infrastructure improvements identified in DMRPInitiates GREEN building developmentPlanned Infrastructure improvements without additional CRA debt

  • Up to 675 Multi-family Residential UnitsUp to 500,000 Sq.Ft. Office/Retail200 key Boutique Hotel

    Initiates Sanitary Sewer, Potable Water and Transportation improvements identified in DMRPBrossier Town Center Proposal

  • Brossier Town Center ProposalBuildings fronting roads limited to 44 feet or 3 stories

    Buildings not fronting roads not to exceed 7 stories or 75 feet of last habitable floor level

    Residential density: maximum of 19.8 units/gross acre

    FAR: maximum of 1.0-1.2 per gross acre

    Architectural details up to 25 feet over last habitable floorHeight

  • Brossier Town Center Proposal3 stories stepped back(Measurements are approximate)

  • Brossier Town Center ProposalProposed Financing method for infrastructure associated with Town Center project is the developer establishing a Community Development District (CDD)CDD no liability to the city

    Flexibility for alternative funding sources for infrastructure

  • Brossier Town Center Proposal

    Consistency with DMRP

  • Brossier Town Center ProposalThe increased residential density and commercial areas in the proposal are consistent with the Objectives of the DMRP ..DMRP language...promote reinvestment in the corridor and provide new neighborhood/community centers with a more concentrated mixed use of government, office, residential and commercial activity similar to a small downtown area.Pg. 4, Preface-Update, DMRP.30 FAR may be exceeded if participating in off-site credits Pg. 34, General Design Guidelines, DMRP

  • Brossier Town Center ProposalThe proposed increased building heights in the proposal are consistent with the Objectives of the DMRP ..DMRP language...height exceptions maybe granted through board review.Pg. 37, Design Guidelines, Packwood District, DMRP

  • Brossier Town Center ProposalThe proposed use of a Community Development District (CDD), is consistent with the language of the DMRP ..DMRP languageSupplemental use of the Road Impact Fees, Enterprise Fund, Impact Banks, Special Assessments, Grants and Contributions are anticipated to accelerate some improvements. Pg. 67, Finance Mechanisms/Revenue Sources, DMRP

  • Proposed Town Center ImprovementsImprovementParking GarageStormwater ConnectionStreetscapeIntersection ImprovementsSewer/Water UpgradesNew City Hall / Public Safety FacilitiesIdentified in DMRP

    All of the proposed Town Center infrastructure improvements are identified in the DMRP and will be installed without additional CRA debt.

  • Brossier Town Center Proposal is Consistent with DMRPComponentTown Center projectIncreased residential densityIncreased FARAdditional building heightUse of CDD (Special Assessment) to accelerate infrastructure improvements

    Identified in DMRPPg. 76, ImplementationPg. 4, Preface-Update Pg. 34, General Design GuidelinesPg. 37, Design Guidelines, Packwood District

    Pg. 67, Finance Mechanisms/Revenue Sources

  • City of Maitland Community Redevelopment AgencyProposed Town Center Development Consistency with Downtown Maitland Revitalization Plan (DMRP)

    *Development Activity has included:Trevi development- 93 residential units, 5,591 sq.ft. office, 17,491 sq. ft. retail.Ravina- 300 residential units, 50K sq. ft. retailVillage at Lake Lily: 450 residential units, 40-90K retail/office *The City and the CRA have continued to implement the improvements identified in the DMRP *Initial Town Center proposal, based on Ustler/Orix design included the circular park in the center of Horatio.

    Centered in the Packwood District, Between George and Ventris, with Horatio being the central axis

    *Initial Town Center proposal, based on Ustler/Orix design included the circular park in the center of Horatio.

    This proposal seeks to establish a pedestrian oriented town center EAST of US 17-92 along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    Although this design is visually appealling, the locating of the central park in the middle of Horatio Avenue was problematic when reviewed by FDOT(IT LOWERED THE SERVICE LEVEL, LOS, FOR HORATIO WHICH IS AN SIS ROADWAY)

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout and central park in the middle of Horatio but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout and central park in the middle of Horatio but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout and central park in the middle of Horatio but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio

    *The current Town Center proposal removes the problematic roundabout but keeps the overall orientation along Independence Avenue and Horatio