TOD_for_monday_march_18_13

Hayward ca problem struggling businesses and many

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Hayward, CA PROBLEM: struggling businesses and many empty parking lots in the CBD; Cooperative effort between the City, BART, and the Hayward Redevelopment Authority;
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Hayward downtown TOD Transit: Hayward BART station and Hayward Amtrak Station; 700 new housing units- apartments, condos, lofts, townhomes, studios, senior housing; New streetlights, street furniture, sidewalk landscaping, signalized crosswalks; New commercial: supermarket, drug store, hardware store, farmers market, cinema, elementary school,
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Oakland, CA- waterfront TOD PROBLEM: location of the old Port of Oakland no longer in use; Creation of Jack London Square; initial efforts revolved around adaptive reuse
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Oakland waterfront TOD Transit nodes: Amtrak, ferry terminal, BART station; 1,000 new residential units- lofts and condos; Jack London Square farmers market, cinema, waterfront restaurants, nightclubs, offices and retail, culinary exhibition, waterfront access;
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Richmond, CA, Transit Village and New Urbanism "Giving people many choices for living in sustainable, convenient and enjoyable places, while providing the solutions to global warming, climate change, and peak oil" PROBLEM- economic difficulties and high crime rates; Richmond Transit Village – transit and
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5.4 mile long light rail line - not a ‘one size fits all’ project; MISSION BAY area north of the corridor- new urban neighborhood -over 300 acre undeveloped site -1,000 housing units; -UCSF research campus; -will accommodate 10,000 residents; -MUNI 3rd street light rail line; SOUTHERN END -primarily renovation of existing buildings for affordable housing; -focus is to not displace existing residents; -low interests building renovation loans to businesses and homeowners; -SF Housing Development Corp.
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San Francisco- Mission Bay area
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