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  • Healthy Wellness CommunityFenway-Kenmore-Longwood District

    STRENGTH WEAKNESS

    Growth of Arts and CultureHistoric & Landmark DIstricts Opportunities Disconnected Bike RoutesHighest Quartile of Substance Abuse Death

    Highest Quartile of Suicide

    9% + Cultural20% + Mixed-use22% + Residential52% + Education

    LAND USE

    Boston Land Use

    Existing Land Use

    Proposed Land Use

    Spirit: SynergyMind: Knowledge Body: Dynamic

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    Gross Area %14331854 25.84%13530836 24.40%12373619 22.31%5898260 10.63%2130441 3.84%2555473 4.61%4388665 7.91%256360 0.46%

    55,465,508 100.00%

    EducationMedicalResidentialMixed UseRetailOfficeCulturalIndustrialTotal

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    Gross Area %Education 39,180,370 6.46%Medical 29,485,780 4.86%Residential 359,861,922 59.35%Mixed Use 32,475,428 5.36%

    Industrial 24,941,989 4.11%Total 606,337,025 100.00%

    80,275,147 13.24%30,140,895 4.97%Retail

    Cultural 9,975,494 1.65%Office

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    Gross Area %Education 14,172,854 29.57%Medical 12,382,166 25.83%Residential 9,142,161 19.07%Mixed Use 4,418,608 9.22%

    Industrial 256,360 0.53%Total 47,932,222 100%

    2,555,473 5.33%1,603,668 3.35%Retail

    Cultural 3,400,932 7.10%Office

    CONCEPT PLAN

    FENWAY HEALTH

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    Presentation_BOARD1_111213_1_2.pdf 1 11/13/2013 7:13:10 PM

    GOALS & OBJECTIVESSUB-DISTRICT VISION

    SUB-DISTRICT LAND USE

    Public

    Cultural

    Education

    Industrial

    Medical

    Mixed Use

    Retail

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    Plan for FKL district as an unique knowledge hub in Boston by having diverse institutions work together to provide educational or cultural programs for neigh-borhood and provide services to public. Preserve the current in-stitutinoal use without encour-aging further expansion to the residential area.

    Plan for the vibrant neighbor-hood and create variety of desti-nation by adding arts and culture that FKL district already have. Also encourage mixed-use de-velopment, especially along the main corridors and institution buildings that are located along the corridor.

    Plan for an environment that en-courages physical activity by creating and enhancing current universal connections. Also pro-vide easy access to historical and cultural landmarks from/to public transportaion nodes. With city and cultural institu-tions, provide programs that en-courage outdoor activities.

    Universal network and access shoudl be improved. Plan for walk-able community by enhancing pe-destrians to the educational/cultural institution nodes and stations to en-hance physical activity. Also extend bike routes from the Back Bay Fens.

    Green Network

    Dynamic land use allows synergy in the district to be unique and active.

    Neighborhood Diversity

    Network to cultural destination should be improved by promoting walkable arts and culture district. Engage Fenway Alliance, Universi-ties and local residents to create uniqueness. Signages to the desti-nation shoud be enhanced as well as creating community center or visit-ing center for visitors and residents.

    Cultural Corridor

    Encourage mixed-use and commer-cial development along the Mass. Ave and Huntington Ave. by densifiy-ing and adding diverse destination such that relate to arts and culture, for students and local residents and visitors.

    Commericial Corridor

    Preserve current institutinoal use without expanding to the residential zone. Open up the lobby of institu-tional building along Huntington Ave. for more public engagement during the day.

    Northeastern University

    Preserve residential charateristic and encourage mixed-use develop-ment at the periphery of main corri-dor to protect residential community as well as to add strong characteris-tic in the neighborhood, such that the place is compatible to the out-grow of Boston and Fenway.

    Residential

    2013 2023

    70% + Cultural 70% + Mixed-use 50% + Retail 50% + Office 50% -Industrial

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    Presentation_BOARD1_111213_1_2.pdf 2 11/13/2013 7:13:35 PM

    + provide jobs for senior community+ way to get minor community involved+ mentorship between young people and elders+ enhance diversity by arts and cultural events+ maintaining healthy community

    Senior Community Program

    FENWAY CDC

    FENWAY ALLIANCE

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    Fenway Health: LGBT Elder Community Fenway Community Development Corporation: Senior Community Fenway Alliance: Art&Culture Community

    Mentorship for Young Adult

    Volunteer for Arts&Culture Events

    Counsel for Elementary Students

    Volunteer for Children Daycare

    STRATEGY ONE MIND SENIOR COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM

    STRATEGY TWO SPIRIT HYBRID ART&CULTURE MIXED-USE OVERLAY DISTRICT

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    Cultural Institution

    High Density Commercial Mixed-use Zone

    Mid Density Residential Mixed-use Zone

    Art/Culture-Commercial District

    + neighborhood diversity+ increase density+ attract private investors+ strong charater as a creative district in FKL district+ help artist and musicians in the area

    Arts&Culture Commercial District

    FENWAY HEALTH

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    Presentation_BOARD1_111213_3_4_5.pdf 1 11/13/2013 10:45:37 PM

    + art installation along main nodes+ outdoor events and activities in the public space+ bike lanes on primary and secondary roads+ better signage system for a destination

    Public Realm

    + 65% increase in accessibilty along Huntington Avenue+ enhance crossing condition along view corridor to encourage continuous movement on footpath

    Porosity

    Major Street 1R.O.W. 38M with BRTS1

    Major Street 2R.O.W. 30M with Bike LaneS2

    Commercial Street 3R.O.W. 24M with Bike LaneCS3

    Commercial Street 4 R.O.W. 15MCS4

    Local Street 4R.O.W. 15M with Bike LaneS4

    STRATEGY THREE BODY DEFINING HEALTHY STREET

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    STREET CONDITION

    HUNTINGTON AVENUE ACCESSIBILITY

    0.2 miles0 0.1

    Chritian Science Church Park

    Symphony Community Park

    Museum of Fine Arts

    Westland Gate

    Evans Way Park

    Centennial Commom

    Ruggles Station

    Wentworth Institute Quad

    Building Entrance

    Active Building Facade

    Upgraded Pedestrian Crossing

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    Presentation_BOARD1_111213_3_4_5.pdf 2 11/13/2013 10:46:38 PM

    Less Interest Most Interest

    Power

    Artist /Musician

    Local Residents

    SeniorResidents

    Institution

    Business

    Residents

    Institution

    Northeastern University

    Berklee of Music

    Wentworth Institute

    Mass of Art

    School of Fine Arts

    BRA

    Fenway CDC

    LGBT Community

    Students

    SmallBusiness

    PrivateDeveloper

    Fenway Health

    FenwayAlliance

    STAKEHOLDERS

    PHASING

    IMPLEMENTATION

    FINANCE & SOURCES

    -Pedestrian street improvements-Public realm improvements-Art Installation on major nodes-Better equiped signage system

    Phase 1 2013-2018-Northeastern Masterplan Development-Increase accessibility on buildings along Hungtington Ave. -Improved crossing along Hungtington Ave.-Change of zoning for art and culture overlay district

    Phase 2 2018-2023-Commercial mixed-use development-Residentail mixed-use redevelopment/ renovation-Small business development promoting arts and culture

    Phase 3 2023-2033

    Z1

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    Z5

    Z6

    Z7

    0.2 miles0 0.10.2 miles0 0.10.2 miles0 0.10.2 miles0 0.1

    Cost Uses:

    Street Scape Improvements

    Louis Prang StreetParker St. and ForsythewayForsyth St.Gainsborough St.Westland Ave.Edger Rd.

    Bike /Pedestrian Improvement

    Louis Prang StreetParker St. and ForsythewayForsyth St.Gainsborough St.Westland Ave.

    Building Redevelopment

    Zone1Zone2Zone3Zone4Zone5Zone6Zone7

    $ 2,438,400$ 1,810,800$ 2,006,400$ 2,560,800$ 1,398,000

    $ 744,000

    $ 770,000$ 553,400$ 605,600$ 794,200$ 393,000

    $ 16,919,000$ 6,836,400

    $ 10,589,400$ 9,170,800

    $ 13,048,800$3,512,200$ 3,028,800

    TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL$10,958,400 $3,116,200 $63,105,400

    Funding Sources:-FFederal, BRA, Fenway CDC-Community Devleopment Action Grants: $2mil-Urban Self Help Program: $0.5mil-Mass Redevelopment: Local Infrastructure Development Program

    -Fenway CDC, BRA-Private / Small Business Developer-Public Works Economic Development Grants: $1mil-Mass Redevelopment: District Improvement Financing

    Plan 2013 Plan 2018 Plan 2023 Plan 2033

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