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GreaterCorktownNeighborhood FrameworkStudySummary Briefing1

Greater Corktown Framework StudyAreaCorktown Master Plan

Framework Purposecreate a short and long-term plan thatpromotes inclusive & equitable growth ofDetroit’soldest established neighborhood,whilepreserving its unique character, culturalheritage & integrity.

Greater Corktown at a GlanceNORTHCORKTOWNPREDOMINANTZONING USETOTAL PARCELS2-FAMILYRESIDENTIAL(R2)1429VACANT PARCELS75%PARCELSPUBLICLYOWNED57840%92252VACANT PARCELSPUBLICLY OWNED43%PARCELSPREDOMINANTZONING USEGENERALBUSINESS (B4)HISTORIC CORKTOWN1,582 peoplePARCELS PUBLICLYOWNED6%MEDIANHOUSEHOLDINCOMETOTAL CITY-OWNEDPARKS 45K 6 parksHISTORIC CORKTOWN 19KCITY-OWNED PARKSPUBLICLYOWNEDPARCELSNORTH CORKTOWN1,599 peopleTOTAL PARCELSMEDIAN HOUSEHOLDINCOME2 parks

Engagement At A GlanceONGOINGPUBLICMEETINGSMEETINGS ANDMILESTONESMILESTONESSPRING 2019FALL 2019WINTER 2019/20PHASE 1PHASE 2GREATERCORKTOWN: TODAY& IN THE FUTUREPROJECTLAUNCH(March 2019)#1DRAFTFRAMEWORKFOCUSED WORKSHOPSMAR 2019SEPT 2019 – JAN 2020#2JAN 2020INDIVIDUAL CONVERSATIONSBI-WEEKLY PROJECT NEWSLETTERSBLOCK CLUB MEETINGS AND HOUSE PARTIESCONCURRENTEFFORTSFALL 2020SUMMER 2020MDOT Michigan Avenue PEL StudyFord Motor Company Michigan Central PlanningIMPLEMENTATION/ ACTION#3SUMMER 2020#4OCT 2020

Who We’ve Talked ToCORKTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONSept17NORTH CORKTOWN RESIDENTSAug12CORKTOWN HISTORICAL SOCIETYAug21SMALL GROUP MEETINGSSept4TRAVELING WORKSHOPNov10FOCUSED WORKSHOPS2 019GREENING WORKSHOPPINK FLAMINGOAug 8Aug29FOUNTAIN COURTSept7CLEMENT KERN GARDENSNov25

Who We’ve Talked ToFOUNTAIN COURTBUILDING WORKSHOPDec4VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETINGSJan29Spring2020Summer2020LARGE PUBLIC MEETINGS2020CLEMENT KERN GARDENSJan16Jan29PUBLIC OPEN HOUSECLEMENT KERN GARDENSJuly14Final Public MeetingsOct2020

Principles21Corktown for EveryoneHistory a n d Heritage43Sustainable a n d ResilientSafe Streets

Neighborhood Framework Structure4 PRINCIPLES1. Corktown for Everyone2. History and Heritage3. Sustainable and Resilient4. Safe Streets3 FRAMEWORKSBUILDING:Housing &NeighborhoodDevelopmentTRAVELING:Streets andPedestrianSafetyGREENING:Parks &CommunitySpaces

1. BUILDING:HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOODDEVELOPMENT

Housing Plan SummaryFOR RENT PROGRAM Planning for 841 newconstruction units Have identified 4 “sites” 175 total parcels 28 acres All sites will be fully mixedincomeAffordability30% AMI and lower15250 - 60% AMI16560 - 80% AMI16580 -120% AMI158Market Rate161Total For rent & for sale options Preservation of 116regulated affordable unitsTotal (Approx.)801FOR SALE PROGRAMAffordabilityTotal (Approx)80% AMI10120% AMI30Total40

Housing Development SitesGREATER CORKT OWNINCLUSIVE HOUSINGINITIATIVE AREA OVERVIEWHousing Development SitesNeighborhood AnchorsBURTON ELEMENTARYNeighborhood ParksFord MI Central DevelopmentNORTH CORKT OWNFOUNTAIN COURT C O - O PGreater Corktown Study Area3NORTH CORKTOWN FOCUS AREACITY-OWNED “LEFT FIELD” SITE2FORD OWNED SITESMICHIGAN AVEMICHIGAN AVEVICTOR ATTAR APARTMENTSMICHIGAN CENTRAL STATION1CLEMENT KERN GARDENSHISTORICCORKTOWN WNHISTORICCORKTOBAGLEY STREET SITENWILSON CENTENNIAL PARK0

Housing Strategy – How to Implement?North Corktown Identify a portion ofpublicly-owned vacant landfor mixed-incomedevelopment (rental &homeownership) Secure services of establishedmixed-income developer Update Zoning to permithigher density units Allow Accessory DwellingUnits (ADU’s) by-rightHistoric Corktown Identify sites for newmultifamily, mixedincome housing Preserve existing regulatedaffordable housing units thatare at risk Secure partnership with localdeveloper holding assets inarea Update Zoning to permithigher density & residential

Housing & Neighborhoods StrategyCorktown Master Plan

2. TRAVELING:IMPROVED STREETS ANDPEDESTRIAN SAFETY

WHAT THIS MEANS FOR THE NEIGHBORHOODGREATER CORKT OWNSTREET IMPROVEMENTPROJECTS(Completed by June,2023)IMPROVEMENT TYPESidewalk ImprovementsBike Lane Markings)Landscaping and TreesPavement Improvement10. ASH STREETLighting1-way to 2-wayIntersection Improvement1. ROSA PARKSBLVDSITE BOUNDARYGreater Corktown Study Area12. MICHIGAN AVENUE2. 14TH STREET6. DALZELLE STREET(15TH TO ROSAPARKS)3. 14TH STREET (BAGLEY TODALZELLE)11. 16THSTREET4. 15TH STREET (BAGLEY TOMICHIGAN)8. BAGLEYSTREET9. MARANTETTE STREET(14TH TO 15TH)5. 15TH STREET (BAGLEY TODALZELLE)7. INTERSECTION OF BAGLEY,14TH & 15THSTREETN05001000 ft

3. GREENINGPARKS & COMMUNITY SPACES

Roosevelt Park Unify the park space, creating a safer and more accessible public park Connect the park more seamlessly to Michigan Avenue business corridor and SouthwestDetroit, while responding to the rehab. of MI Central Station Act as a catalyst for enhanced connectivity between residential areas of Corktownand other public open spaces such as Wilson Centennial Park, Joe Louis Greenway, andMay Creek Greenway. Implement recommendation from the 2017 Parks & Recreation Master Plan

RooseveltParkMOVE H5 Reroute existing Vernor Hwy to 16th St. Improve intersection @14 th St. & MI AvePROPOSED SHORT TERM INTERVENTIONS (Phase I) Convert 14th St. to two-way street Study intersection signal improvements at 16 th & 17th St. Create safe pedestrian crossings around the park & at MI AveCOMPLETEINTERSECTIONIMPRO VEMEN TSTUDY INTERSECTIONIMPRO VEMEN TREROUTE VERNORH W Y TO 16TH STTO SOUTHWEST A N DHUBBARD RICHARD

Owen School Site Community HubGoals Preserve the site for the development of a small, flexible space that servescommunity needs Space would offer resident & employer services (early childhood education,workforce support services, health & wellness options) Position the space to serve as the non-residential anchor for new housing in NorthCorktownMI Central StationOwen School Site

OwenSchool Site Community HubMOVE N54.0 FRAMEWORK PLANPROPOSED SITE PLANCOMMUNITY HUBPICNIC SITTING GROVENATURE PLAYCHILDREN’S PLAYOUTDOOR LEARNING

Implementation ScheduleA schedule of planned actions to launch implementation of priority strategies.FrameworkProjectActionKey Dates1. Housing &NeighborhoodDevelopmentMixed-Income HousingDevelopmentApply for HUDGrant; Launchzoning updates Application due Q4, 2020 Begin zoning updates Q1, 2021Send mailer;finalizeparticipants Mailer to be released Q4, 2020 Construction begins Q2, 2021Owner-Occupied RehabProgram2. Streets andPedestrian SafetyImprove Intersectionsand StreetsDevelopengineeringdocuments Priority projects completed byQ3, 20233. Parks and OpenSpaceRoosevelt ParkDevelopengineeringdocuments;Beginconstruction Engineering RFP released: Q4,2020 Construction for Phase I begins,Q4, 2021LOI fromDPSCD;Commitmentfrom anchortenant Secure LOI by Q4, 2020. Secure commitment from tenantanchor by Q4, 2020.Owen School Site

Greater Corktown Area - FutureFUTURE NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENTS

(r2) total parcels parcels publicly. 922 52. owned vacant parcels publicly owned. 43% 6%. parcels predominant median household zoning use income. general. 45k. business (b4) median household . 19k. income city-owned parks. 2 parks. parcels publicly . 578. owned publicly owned . 40%. p

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