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NORTHEAST PARK RECREATION CENTERCOMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING #2Minneapolis, MN November 24, 2014

TONIGHT’S TOPICS1.Schedule: where we are2.Online survey: results3.LEED and sustainability4.The 4 Million question5.Site analysis and programoptionsperkinswill.com2

TONIGHT’S TOPICS1.Schedule: where we are2.Online survey: results3.LEED and sustainability4.The 4 Million question5.Site analysis and programoptionsperkinswill.com3

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TONIGHT’S TOPICS1.Schedule: where we are2.Online survey: results3.LEED and sustainability4.The 4 Million question5.Site analysis and programoptionsperkinswill.com6

SURVEY RESPONSESHow the survey reflects NortheastThe survey closed on November12. Intotal, we had about 219 respondents tothe survey.In this series of bar charts, data isreflected over a central axis to compareone set of data to another.Data in YELLOW indicates thedemographic composition of theNortheast Park neighborhood fromcensus data.Data in GREEN reflects thedemographic composition of peoplewho responded to the survey.perkinswill.com7

SURVEY RESPONSESHow the survey reflects Northeast neighborhoodperkinswill.com8

SURVEY RESPONSESHow the survey reflects Northeastperkinswill.com9

SURVEY RESPONSESOther outreach: Logan Park Community Engagement Fitness classes (this was a popular request) Childcare (especially during classes for adults) Yoga classes More gym space Indoor track for winter Good lighting and colorful architecture Teenage hangout (couches, fireplace, coffee shop, wifi, and just a place to talk) Meeting space A place to get to know each other, like a place to meet and hangout after classes, and make new friends Place for whole family with activities for different ages within the same building Cooking classes Indoor soccerperkinswill.com10

SURVEY RESPONSESWhat we learnedperkinswill.com11

SURVEY RESPONSESWhat we learnedperkinswill.com12

SURVEY RESPONSESWhat we learnedperkinswill.com13

SURVEY RESPONSESWhat we learnedWhat types of activitiesand/or programs would youmost like to see in the newbuilding? Please chooseand/or list your top fivepriorities.(215 respondents)Other (20.5%):Indoor Pool (8.4%)Indoor Soccer (1.9%)Open gym / toddlergym (1.9%)perkinswill.com14

SURVEY RESPONSESWhat we learnedperkinswill.com15

SURVEY RESPONSESWhat we learnedQuestion 6: Please share anyother thoughts you have on how tomake this recreation building asuccessful community asset.I think a gym and versatileclassroom space is key. I lovedhaving the preschool there whenwe needed it. It built a strong senseof community and my son is still inschool with some of his friends hemet at "My Friends" at NE Park.We feel that since the building will bea visible asset to our neighborhood asyou enter NE, it should be awelcoming, visually appealing andarchitecturally significant design,with an emphasis on tying theinterior to the park through an ampleuse of glass.Let's get a swimming pool,there's no where really nearhere with a swimming poolavailable to swim laps in.perkinswill.com16

SURVEY RESPONSESWhat we learnedQuestion 6: Please share anyother thoughts you have on how tomake this recreation building asuccessful community asset.Emphasize "community center" and notjust "sports" and "kids." Population aroundhere is aging, and too many see no reasonto stay. This could finally be that"community" amenity that the other arearec centers cannot or will not provide.Please consider that there is nowhere toplay soccer during the winter in the MPLSpark system. This is a huge hole / flaw inthe system. You fail to even list it as anoption in the activities section of thesurvey while it is MUCH more popular,accessible, and universal activity than anyof the other choices. Please figure this outand address the absence of soccer facilitiesin winter in MPLS.Regular staffing.Public restroom availableduring hours when thebuilding is not staffed.perkinswill.com17

SURVEY RESPONSESWould love to see an indoor track forthe local running community to use!What we learnedQuestion 6: Please share anyother thoughts you have on how tomake this recreation building asuccessful community asset.Please add an indoor track.The community really needs a place to runindoors in the winter months - a trackwould be my number one priority.Please include an indoor track at thenew park!There is not an indoor track in theneighborhood. This would be a niceaddition for people to avoid the icystreets during the winter.An indoor running track would beamazing. MPLS is spoiled w/ many greatoutdoor running areas in the summer butwhen snow & other conditions makeoutdoor rerunning difficult an indoorfacility would be an amazing benefit &would surely be supported by the MPLSrunning community.perkinswill.com18

TONIGHT’S TOPICS1.Schedule: where we are2.Online survey: results3.LEED and sustainability4.The 4 Million question5.Site analysis and programoptionsperkinswill.com19

LEED V4CHECKLIST

LEED V4CHECKLIST

LEED V4CHECKLIST

LEED V4CHECKLIST

TONIGHT’S TOPICS1.Schedule: where we are2.Online survey: results3.LEED and sustainability4.The 4 Million question5.Site analysis and programoptionsperkinswill.com24

THE 4 MILLION QUESTIONGROUP 1: OPTION A DEMOLISH EXISTING TOILET/CHANGING ROOM BUILDING NEW CHANGING FACILITIES 1 SINGLE COURT GYM, 10’ PERIMETER 1‐12’ RUNNING TRACK 1 GYMNASTICS/WRESTLING/CLASSROOM 1 OFFICE/RECEPTION DESK 1 FITNESS ROOMUPGRADES: 1 PRESCHOOL 1 LOUNGE 1 ADDITIONAL CLASSROOMTOTAL GROSS SQUARE FEET:15,200 1650 SF FOR CHANGING ROOM REPLACEMENTESTIMATED COST: 6,000,000 (INCLUDES UPGRADES)

THE 4 MILLION QUESTIONGROUP 1: OPTION BNO DEMOLITION OF EXISTING TOILET/CHANGING ROOM BUILDINGDOUBLE GYM, 10’ PERIMETER1‐12’ RUNNING TRACK1 GYMNASTICS/WRESTLING/CLASSROOM1 OFFIE/RECEPTION DESK1 FITNECSS ROOMUPGRADES:1 PRESCHOOL1 LOUNGE1 ADDITIONAL CLASSROOMTOTAL GROSS SQUARE FEET:14,800 7,200 SF FOR SECOND GYMESTIMATED COST: 7,100,000 (INCLUDES UPGRADES)

THE 4 MILLION QUESTIONGROUP 2:DEMOLISH EXISTING TOILET/CHANGING ROOM BUILDINGNEW CHANGING FACILITIES1 SINGLE COURT GYM, 10’ PERIMETER1 OFFICE/RECEPTION DESK1 FITNESS ROOM1 PRESCHOOLALTERNATES:2 COURT GYM, 5’ PERIMETERTOTAL GROSS SQUARE FEET:14,000 1,650 SF FOR CHANGING ROOM REPLACEMENTESTIMATED COST: 5,525,000 SINGLE GYM & TRACK 7,975,000 DOUBLE GYM & TRACK

THE 4 MILLION QUESTIONGROUP 3:EXISTING TOILET/CHANGING ROOM TO REMAIN1 SINGLE COURT GYM, 10’ PERIMETER1 GYMNASTICS/WRESTLING/FITNESS ROOM1 OFFICE/RECEPTION DESK1 LOUNGE1 CLASSROOM (DIVISABLE)TOTAL GROSS SQUARE FEET:13,100 SFESTIMATED COST: 3,175,000

TONIGHT’S TOPICS1.Schedule: where we are2.Online survey: results3.LEED and sustainability4.The 4 Million question5.Site analysis and programoptionsperkinswill.com29

PLAN DIAGRAMSCOURTYARDSPINE

SPINE ‘A’Area: 14,600 GSFConstruction cost @ 200/sf: 3,195,000Cost includes demolition ofexisting changing rooms

SPINE ‘B’Area: 16,000 GSFConstruction cost @ 200/sf: 3,200,000Existing building not in scope

COURTYARD ‘A’Area: 14,600 GSFConstruction cost @ 200/sf: 3,195,000Cost includes demolition ofexisting changing rooms

COURTYARD ‘B’Area: 15,515 GSFConstruction cost @ 200/sf: 3,103,000Existing building not in scope

COURTYARD ‘C’Area: 14,405 GSFConstruction cost @ 200/sf: 3,200,000Existing building not in scopeNew construction includes elevatedrunning track & elevator

NEXT STEPS:Program option developmentMaterial paletteLEED Template updateOpen House: December 11, Northeast LibraryNext CAC meeting:January 12, Logan Park Recreation Center, 690 13th Ave. NETHANK YOUperkinswill.com36

1 single court gym, 10’ perimeter 1 office/reception desk 1 fitness room 1 preschool alternates: 2 court gym, 5’ perimeter total gross square feet: 14,000 1,650 sf for changing room replacement estimated cost: 5,525,000 single gym & track 7,975,000 double gym & track

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