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LBJ/ SKILLMAN URBAN PLANNING INITIATIVE

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROJECT


CITY OF DALLAS | NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
COMMUNITY VISIONING EVENT JANUARY 17, 2013

COMMUNITY VISIONING EVENT AGENDA


Opening Remarks Project Introduction Schedule

Existing Conditions
Project Focus & Concept Imagery Breakout Sessions Q&A

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION
The LBJ/Skillman Urban Planning Initiative is a joint undertaking of the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and the City of Dallas to create a new urban plan at the intersection of LBJ Freeway and Skillman Street. The study area encompasses approximately 700 acres centered on the reconfiguration of the at-grade streets and the LBJ/Skillman realignment. Begun as a community led initiative, this study seeks to address the underutilized land, vacant retail, isolated DART station and confusing traffic patterns currently present within the study area. The planning initiative will identify key area assets to incorporate into a holistic area plan addressing community needs and recommended strategies to attract new development to the area in association with both the current Skillman alignment and the proposed TxDOT redesign.

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PROJECT PARTNERS

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PROJECT TEAM

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PROJECT TEAM

THE PLANNING TEAM

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION
STUDY AREA Project Goals Identify redevelopment opportunities in the context of both the current and the future roadway alignments Identify new transit oriented development opportunities with an emphasis on sustainability Evaluate possible zoning changes Enhance pedestrian & bicycle connections

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION
STUDY AREA AERIAL VIEWS

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION
SKILLMAN EXISTING CONDITIONS Skillman Street realignment was catalyst for study Focus of the study is sustainable planning efforts

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION
SKILLMAN PROPOSED FLYOVER Flyover proposed by TxDOT was undesirable to community

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION
SKILLMAN REALIGNMENT Right-of-way realignment created opportunity for new development NCTCOG grant provided for expanded review of land use

PRELIMINARY - SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

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PROJECT SCHEDULE

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PROJECT SCHEDULE

TASK 1 TASK 2 TASK 3 TASK 4 TASK 5 TASK 6

Project Kick-Off (Aug 2012) y Data Collection (Sep ( p Oct 2012) ) Preliminary Current & Future Market & Development Conditions (Oct Dec 2012) Community Visioning Event (CVE) (Jan 17, 2013) Post CVE Analysis & Preliminary Recommendations (Feb Mar 2013) Community Workshop, Findings & Renderings (Apr Jun 2013) Follow up Community Meeting (late Spring/early Summer 2013) Task 6A Urban Design Subcommittee Review (Aug Oct 2013)

TASK 7

Final Recommendations & Implementation Plan (Sep Mar 2014) City Plan Commission (Feb 2014, tentative date) Cit Council City C il (Mar (M 2014, 2014 t tentative t ti d date) t )

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EXISTING CONDITIONS

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EXISTING CONDITIONS
Population & Demographic Information Current & Future Land Use and Zoning Transportation

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EXISTING CONDITIONS
DEMOGRAPHIC DATA - POPULATION Study Area residents under the age of 18 (school age children) represent 28.6% of the total population The project team has analyzed the Study Area demographics with city-wide and regional demographics, using U.S. Census Data for both the City of Dallas (City) and DFW-Arlington Regional MSA (DFW-A) Indicates a generally younger population than the City (18.3%) or the DFW-A (19.9%)

Under Age 18 by Census Block Group

Under Age 18 by Census Block Group

50 and Less 51 to 200 201 to 400 401 and More

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DEMOGRAPHIC DATA HOUSEHOLD Study Area contains a significantly higher share of non-family households (51.0%) than either the City (43.1%) or the DFW-A (30.6%); typical of an area with a high share of multifamily housing and ethnic diversity

Non-Family Households Non-Family Households by Census Block Group Census Block Group
10 and Less 11 to 50 51 to 100 101 to 250 251 and More

by

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DEMOGRAPHIC DATA ETHNICITY
White Population By Census Block Group
White Population by Census Block Group 5 and Less 6 to 25 26 to 50 51 to 100 101 and More

Hispanic Population By Census Block Group


Hispanic Population by by Census Block Group 0 - 50 51 - 100 101 - 300 301 - 600 601 - 1304

WHITE POPULATION

HISPANIC POPULATION

African American Population By Census Block Group


Black Population by Census Block Group 50 and Less 51 to 100 101 to 300 301 to 600 601 and More

Asian Population By Census Block Group


Asian Population by Census Block Group 10 and Less 11 to 15 16 to 25 26 to 50 51 and More

AFRICAN AMERICAN POPULATION

ASIAN POPULATION

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DEMOGRAPHIC DATA ETHNICITY
Ethnic diversity has multiple implications for redevelopment and new investment, including retailing targeted to different ethnic groups and housing products designed to accommodate ethnic lifestyles Study Area has a lower Hispanic population (30.4%) than the City (41.6%), but higher than DFW-A (26.6%) Study Area has a significantly higher African-American population (55.2%) than either the City (24.4%) or the DFW-A (14.6%) Asian population in all three areas (Study Area, City and DFW-A), is similar in concentration

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EXISTING CONDITIONS
EXISTING LAND USE Predominantly Multi-Family ~58% of total study area Commercial ~13% of total study area Some single family ~7% of total study area Mixed-Use ~3% of total study area

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PARCEL UTILIZATION Parcel utilization is a measure of an areas or parcels ripeness for revitalization and / or redevelopment. It reflects the ratio of improvement value to total value
When the land value represents a disproportionate share of total value, these parcels often become targets for redevelopment or assembly for new development Within the Study Area, the majority of parcels that are under-utilized (another measure of properties not being use for their highest use) are located south of Highway 635, however, there are instances north
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Parcel Utilization (2011) 20% and Less 20.1% to 40%

40.1% to 60% 60.1% to 80% 80.1% and More

Under-utilized parcels are often potential candidates for redevelopment


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EXISTING CONDITIONS
OWNERS OF LARGE PARCELS AND MULTIPLE PROPERTIES
SKILLMAN LTD Among the 8901 511 parcels 9600 FOREST LANE HOLDINGS which comprise the Study ARIAN JACK & SYLVIA ARIAN Area, there BENT are 442 distinct CREEK SHOPPING CENTER BURGNER ROBERT T & property owners BUTLER BERNICE B

Twenty-nine (29) entities CHUKWURAH OBBY N 8901 SKILLMAN LTD COPPERFIELD HOMEOWNERS own more than one parcel, 9600 FOREST LANE HOLDINGS CRAWFORD GREG ARIAN JACK & SYLVIA ARIANowns 16 and two own one CRP TBG CENTRAL PARK LP BENT CREEK SHOPPING CENTER 7 each DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT BURGNER ROBERT T &
BYRON RICHARD M &
BUTLER BERNICE B

8901 SKILLMAN LTD 9600 FOREST LANE HOLDINGS ARIAN JACK & SYLVIA ARIAN BENT CREEK SHOPPING CENTER BURGNER ROBERT T & BUTLER BERNICE B

DART M & The acreage held in BYRON RICHARD JAHCO ROYAL SKILLMAN LLC CHUKWURAH OBBY N combined ownership totals JONES STEVEN C & SUSAN B COPPERFIELD HOMEOWNERS 216 acres or LAU WILLIAM CRAWFORD GREG approximately MANGRIN CORPORATION CRP TBG CENTRAL PARK LP of the Study 38% Area.
DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT DALLAS CITY OF DART JAHCO ROYAL SKILLMAN LLC JONES STEVEN C & SUSAN B LAU WILLIAM MANGRIN CORPORATION OAK TREE VILLAGE PS TEXAS HOLDINGS LTD RICHARDSON ISD ROBINSON SCOTT ROCK CRYSTAL VENTURES LLC SKILLMAN AUDELIA PTNRS LP SOLARIS LLC TEXAS STATE OF

DALLAS CITY OF

OAK TREE VILLAGE PS TEXAS HOLDINGS LTD RICHARDSON ISD ROBINSON SCOTT ROCK CRYSTAL VENTURES LLC SKILLMAN AUDELIA PTNRS LP SOLARIS LLC TEXAS STATE OF TEXAS UTILITIES ELEC CO WAUGH WILLIAM R JR WATSON STRINGER LLC WERETA ANTHONY JR & WOLFE ROBERT H TRUST XUEREB MICHAEL J

8901 SKILLMAN LTD 9600 FOREST LANE HOLDINGS ARIAN JACK & SYLVIA ARIAN BENT CREEK SHOPPING CENTER BURGNER ROBERT T & BUTLER BERNICE B
8901 SKILLMAN LTD 9600 FOREST LANE HOLDINGS ARIAN JACK & SYLVIA ARIAN BENT CREEK SHOPPING CENTER BURGNER ROBERT T & BUTLER BERNICE B BYRON RICHARD M & CHUKWURAH OBBY N COPPERFIELD HOMEOWNERS CRAWFORD GREG

BYRON RICHARD M & CHUKWURAH OBBY N COPPERFIELD HOMEOWNERS CRAWFORD GREG CRP TBG CENTRAL PARK LP DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT DALLAS CITY OF DART JAHCO ROYAL SKILLMAN LLC JONES STEVEN C & SUSAN B LAU WILLIAM MANGRIN CORPORATION OAK TREE VILLAGE PS TEXAS HOLDINGS LTD RICHARDSON ISD EXISTING CONDITIONS ROBINSON SCOTT

BYRON RICHARD M & CHUKWURAH OBBY N COPPERFIELD HOMEOWNERS CRAWFORD GREG CRP TBG CENTRAL PARK LP DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT DALLAS CITY OF DART JAHCO ROYAL SKILLMAN LLC JONES STEVEN C & SUSAN B

LBJ SKILLMAN TEXAS UTILITIES ELEC CO


WAUGH WILLIAM R JR

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EXISTING CONDITIONS
EXISTING ZONING Residential dominated by Multi-family ~57% of total study area Commercial located along major thoroughfares ~12% of total study area Three existing planned development districts including DART station ~11% of total study area

ZONING CHART LEGEND


Community Retail Commercial Service Duplex Limited Office Multiple Commercial

Mixed Use Neighborhood Office Multi-family Neighborhood Service Planned Development

Townhouse

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EXISTING CONDITIONS
FUTURE VISION ILLUSTRATION Vision Illustration from the 2006 forwardDallas! the Citys comprehensive plan Area identified as major gateway Study area includes Transit Center and Urban Mixed-use development which incorporates a mix of residential & employment uses

ILLUSTRATION AND DATA FROM forwardDallas! COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

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EXISTING THOROUGHFARES All of the City thoroughfares are already built out to their ultimate designation

The alignment of Audelia because of the LBJ Freeway construction reduced the N/S thoroughfare carrying at the Skillman/Audelia interchange

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TRAFFIC COUNTS 24-Hour counts taken on Sept 2012 Count locations relate to area retail & DART station Counts demonstrate available capacity (except I-635 EB Frontage Road) Intersections studied will be most impacted by redevelopment Data used to analyze intersection operation with & without redevelopment

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PEDESTRIAN COUNTS Counts taken at main intersections to/from DART station and area retail

Weekday count from 4:00 pm 6:00 pm


Two higher volume locations due to pedestrian traffic to/from DART station Low pedestrian and bicycle counts indicate a general lack of non-vehicular activity

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PROJECT VISIONING & CONCEPT IMAGERY


Study Area key concepts Preliminary Survey Results Concept Imagery

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EXISTING CONDITIONS

UNDER PERFORMING RETAIL

UNDERUTILIZED LAND AT RIGHT OF WAY

EXISTING DART STATION

OPPORTUNITY FOR RETAIL ANCHOR

OPPORTUNITY FOR MIX OF RETAIL

OPPORTUNITY FOR MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & QUALITY OF LIFE

MIX OF USES

LIVING STREETS

REDEVELOPMENT

GREEN SPACE

HEIGHT AND DENSITY

PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY

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MIX OF HOUSING TYPES The following images represent various residential product types and styles

TOWNHOME

TOWNHOME

TOWNHOME

TOWNHOME

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MIX OF HOUSING TYPES There are different types of designs and amenities available in considering apartment and/or condo development/redevelopment

APARTMENT OR CONDO

APARTMENT OR CONDO

APARTMENT OR CONDO

APARTMENT OR CONDO

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MIX OF HOUSING TYPES The LBJ/Skillman Community Survey results to-date indicate community support for higher density in the Study Area

HIGH RISE CONDO

HIGH RISE CONDO

HIGH RISE CONDO

HIGH RISE CONDO

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MIX OF RETAIL

COMMERCIAL MAIN STREET

COMMERCIAL MAIN STREET

COMMERCIAL MAIN STREET

TYPICAL COMMERCIAL CORRIDOR

TYPICAL COMMERCIAL CORRIDOR

TYPICAL COMMERCIAL CORRIDOR

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MIXED USE TWO STORY DESIGN / STYLES There are different types of designs and styles available in considering mixed-use in a 2 story design such as residential over retail or office Commercial uses might include: - Restaurants - Clothing stores - Coffee shops - Banks - Salons - Daycare - Dry cleaners

MIXED USE TWO STORY

MIXED USE TWO STORY

MIXED USE TWO STORY

MIXED USE TWO STORY

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MIXED USE FOUR STORY DESIGN / STYLES There are different product types and styles available in considering mixed-use in higher density Configurations such as multistory residential and/or office over retail
MIXED USE FOUR STORY MIXED USE FOUR STORY

Commercial uses might include: - Restaurants - Clothing stores - Coffee shops - Banks - Salons - Daycare - Dry cleaners

MIXED USE FOUR STORY

MIXED USE FOUR STORY

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OFFICE BUILDINGS DESIGN / STYLES There are different types of designs and styles available in considering mixed-use in a 4 story design such as multistory residential and/or office over retail Commercial uses might include: - Shared office space - Training centers - Professional offices

OFFICE BUILDINGS

OFFICE BUILDINGS

OFFICE BUILDINGS

OFFICE BUILDINGS

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VARIED TRANSPORTION OPTIONS

DART LIGHT RAIL

TRAIL

BUS

AUTOMOBILE

BIKE LANE

PEDESTRIAN

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BIKE TRAILS TYPE

SHARED LANE

BUFFERED LANE

ON STREET

TRAIL

STREET SECTION

PEDESTRIAN

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DALLAS BIKEWAY SYSTEM FACILITY TYPE RECOMMENDATIONS (BASED ON EXISTING CONDITIONS)
Existing
Trails Transit line

Planned
Sidewalk with bicycles permitted Bike lanes Cycle track or Buffered bike lane Shared lane marking Needs further analysis Additional network connections (not studied)

DATA FROM CITY OF DALLAS 2011 DALLAS BIKE PLAN

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DALLAS COMPLETE STREETS SKILLMAN STREET Complete Street concepts for Skillman Street south of study area

TYPICAL STREET SECTION

Complete Street Initiative can be possible consideration/benefit for LBJ/Skillman Study Area
Long term planning section includes pedestrian path, bicycle lane, median planting, street furniture & storm water retention measures

LONG TERM PLANNING STREET SECTION

The intent of Dallas Complete Streets Initiative is to ensure that the citys thoroughfares are developed and redeveloped as an important part of the overall livability of Dallas. The Citys Complete Street program pursues the goal that Dallas roadway network should be accessible to everyone, whether young or old, motorist or bicyclist, walker or wheelchair user, bus rider or shopkeeper.
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SUSTAINABILITY

MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL

PEDESTRIAN AMENITIES

OPEN SPACE

MIXED USE

STORM WATER RETENTION

MIXED USE

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PRELIMINARY SURVEY RESULTS (Approx. 400 survey responses received to date) Question 1: Current transportation choice

The top three current transportation choices in LBJ/Skillman are: - Personal motor vehicle - DART Light rail (train) - Walking

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PRELIMINARY SURVEY RESULTS (Approx. 400 survey responses received to date) Question 2: Most important area characteristics

The top three area characteristics to preserve in LBJ/Skillman are: - Residential/Communityoriented environment - Trees, landscaping, parks - Business growth/ Economic development at LBJ Freeway These three choices are relatively close in preference

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PRELIMINARY SURVEY RESULTS (Approx. 400 survey responses received to date) Question 3: Best opportunities for improvement or enhancement

The top three opportunities for improvement in LBJ/Skillman are: - Residential/Communityoriented environment - Trees, landscaping, parks - Business growth/ economic development at LBJ Freeway These three choices are relatively close in preference

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PRELIMINARY SURVEY RESULTS (Approx. 400 survey responses received to date) Question 4: Preferred level of density for area in the future

According to the Preliminary Survey to-date results indicate community support for higher density in the Study Area

17.2%
32.9%

49.9%

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BREAK OUT SESSIONS


Priority List Survey Visual Preference Survey Breakout Stations Comment Form

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BREAK OUT SESSIONS


PRIORITY LIST SURVEY DOT VOTING SUMMARY Priority Elements: Economic Development, Transportation, Sustainability and Housing Use dots to select top 4 priorities

Space provided for write-in options


Responses will be summarized with Aerial maps and Dot Voting surveys then developed into recommendations by the LBJ/Skillman planning team

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VISUAL PREFERENCE SURVEY DOT VOTING SUMMARY Visual preference of type of development/redevelopment in the study area Use one dot to identify preference

Responses will be summarized with Aerial maps and Dot Voting surveys then developed into recommendations by the LBJ/Skillman planning team

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BREAK OUT SESSIONS


AERIAL MAP WORK STATION Tables set up for groups of 10 Facilitator at each table

Results presented by spokesperson from each table


Findings will be summarized and developed into recommendations by the LBJ/Skillman planning team

What kind of development would you like to see? What pedestrian and automobile infrastructure improvements should be considered? What sustainable design concepts (varied transportation, enhanced streetscapes, landscaping, energy efficient design) should be included? What is your Vision for the study area?

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Q&A

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Patrick Mandapaka, PhD, AICP


Senior Transportation Planner NCTCOG Office: 817.704.2503 pmandapaka@nctcog.org

David C. Schleg, AICP


Strategic Planning Sustainable Development and Construction City of Dallas Office: 214.670.5875

david.schleg@dallascityhall.com

Project Website: http://www.nctcog.org/LBJSkillman

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BREAK OUT SESSIONS


AERIAL MAP WORK STATION Tables set up for groups of 10 Facilitator at each table

Results presented by spokesperson from each table


Findings will be summarized and developed into recommendations by the LBJ/Skillman planning team

What kind of development would you like to see? What pedestrian and automobile infrastructure improvements should be considered? What sustainable design concepts (varied transportation, enhanced streetscapes, landscaping, energy efficient design) should be included? What is your Vision for the study area?

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