Ringling Riverfront Redevelopment Update July 2 2009

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Ringling Riverfront Redevelopment Update July 2, 2009 Ringling Riverfront Redevelopment Update July 2, 2009

Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Steps

Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Steps

Planning Purpose • Baraboo Comprehensive Plan – Public identified riverfront redevelopment as a high Planning Purpose • Baraboo Comprehensive Plan – Public identified riverfront redevelopment as a high priority project. • Wisconsin Department of Commerce Grant

Market Opportunities Related to Market Niche • • • Riverfront Residential Riverwalk Entertainment/Retail Employment Market Opportunities Related to Market Niche • • • Riverfront Residential Riverwalk Entertainment/Retail Employment – Knowledge Worker (Secondary Impact) Riverwalk Range View Housing

Riverfront Residential – Central location for residents adjacent to water – Accommodate all markets Riverfront Residential – Central location for residents adjacent to water – Accommodate all markets within the River Corridor • Young professionals • Madison transplants • Aging Baby-boomers

Riverwalk Retail & Entertainment – Capitalize on river as asset – Activities that compliment Riverwalk Retail & Entertainment – Capitalize on river as asset – Activities that compliment Downtown and Circus World Museum – Orient restaurants to the river – Create open access to the river and riverwalk – Host four-season activities (e. g. ice rink)

Employment – – Generate office space in second stories Create a market to drive Employment – – Generate office space in second stories Create a market to drive new start-up businesses Offer employment downtown or along the river Establish another level of economic development

Riverwalk – – Edge restoration with native vegetation Ensure public access to the river Riverwalk – – Edge restoration with native vegetation Ensure public access to the river Create trails Orient land uses and activities to the river

Riverwalk Riverwalk

Range View Housing – Serve as a window to the southern range – Capture Range View Housing – Serve as a window to the southern range – Capture views of the area’s natural attractions

Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Steps

Suggested Implementation Roles City Council – Policy and decision makers regarding funding and public Suggested Implementation Roles City Council – Policy and decision makers regarding funding and public expenditures – Approval authority for proposed redevelopment projects – Direct the CDA Plan Commission – Review private development proposals – Determine proposal compatibility with the Redevelopment Area Plan, Comprehensive Plan, and City zoning

Suggested Implementation Roles BEDC – Review initial redevelopment proposals and provide recommendations to Plan Suggested Implementation Roles BEDC – Review initial redevelopment proposals and provide recommendations to Plan Commission – Serve as a conduit between the public and Riverfront Corridor implementation activities CDA – – – Lead redevelopment efforts (powers need City Council approval) Own, lease, sell acquire, and operate property/housing projects Bond, borrow, invest, and raise funds Acquire, assemble, relocate, demolish, and prepare sites Recruit developers Administer redevelopment projects

Suggested Implementation Roles PMT – Administers day-to-day redevelopment activities – Develop marketing materials, direct Suggested Implementation Roles PMT – Administers day-to-day redevelopment activities – Develop marketing materials, direct developer recruitment, RFPs – Provide legal advise in developer negotiations and environmental negotiations – Manage design and construction of public improvements – TIF management – Report to City Council – Revise Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan, as needed

Implementation Recommendations 1. Establish a PMT ED T OM C LE P • 11 Implementation Recommendations 1. Establish a PMT ED T OM C LE P • 11 areas of responsibility • Monthly teleconferences • 16 -item agenda with multiple tasks

Implementation Recommendations 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Redevelopment Plan • Guides Implementation Recommendations 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Redevelopment Plan • Guides TIF implementation CO N PL M I • Assigned to the CDA • Placed on-hold by City Council TE E

Implementation Recommendations ET L ED 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Redevelopment Implementation Recommendations ET L ED 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Redevelopment Plan 3. MP O TE E CO N PL M I C Design Guidelines and Zoning Overlay District Create • Makes guidelines mandatory • Using CU and PUD processes

Implementation Recommendations Go - ng i 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Implementation Recommendations Go - ng i 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Redevelopment Plan 3. Create Design Guidelines and Zoning Overlay District 4. Undertake District-wide Marketing Initiative On • Branded as “Ringling Riverfront” • Continue marketing as needed in the future • Market as part of the downtown? ?

Implementation Recommendations Go - ng i 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Implementation Recommendations Go - ng i 1. Establish a PMT 2. Prepare a Statutory Redevelopment Plan 3. Create Design Guidelines and Zoning Overlay District 4. Undertake District-wide Marketing Initiative 5. Seek Additional Grants for Implementation On • Awarded $1. 2 million in USEPA grants since 2006 • $600, 000 is site assessment • $600, 000 for Alliant site clean-up

Implementation Recommendations • NAPA 1. • Diner Establish a PMT 2. • Walnut Street Implementation Recommendations • NAPA 1. • Diner Establish a PMT 2. • Walnut Street Apartments Prepare a Statutory Redevelopment Plan 3. Create Design Guidelines and Zoning Overlay District 4. Undertake District-wide Marketing Initiative 5. Seek Additional Grants for Implementation 6. Zoning Decisions Consistent with the Plan On Go - ng i • Gilbert/Boo Canoe

Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Steps

Additional Implementation • Closed (Summer 2008) 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment • Additional Implementation • Closed (Summer 2008) 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment • Alliant planned to vacate site by mid July 2009 9. Health Monitoring • Purchased with DOC grant funds 10. Substation Relocation Planning 11. Riverfront Improvements 12. Veolia Site Developer Selection and Negotiation 13. Lynn Street Property Acquisition

Additional Implementation 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment 9. Health Monitoring 10. Substation Additional Implementation 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment 9. Health Monitoring 10. Substation Relocation Planning 11. Riverfront Improvements 12. Veolia Site Developer Selection and Negotiation 13. Lynn Street Property Acquisition

Additional Implementation • Two public input meetings 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment Additional Implementation • Two public input meetings 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment 9. Health Monitoring • Developed Revitalization Action Model (31 measures) • Baraboo is now a national ASTDR model 10. Substation Relocation Planning • Video production 11. Riverfront Improvements 12. Veolia Site Developer Selection and Negotiation 13. Lynn Street Property Acquisition

Additional Implementation 7. • On-going line re-routing negotiations Alliant Site Purchase 8. • Determine Additional Implementation 7. • On-going line re-routing negotiations Alliant Site Purchase 8. • Determine appropriate relocation site Environmental Assessment (no sites have been targeted to date) 9. Health Monitoring 10. Substation Relocation Planning 11. Riverfront Improvements 12. Veolia Site Developer Selection and Negotiation 13. Lynn Street Property Acquisition

Additional Implementation • Ice Age Trail 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment • Additional Implementation • Ice Age Trail 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment • Riverwalk and gazebo construction Health Monitoring 9. • NAPA land exchange 10. Substation Relocation Planning 11. Riverfront Improvements 12. Veolia Site Developer Selection and Negotiation 13. Lynn Street Property Acquisition

Additional Implementation • RFP Drafted and Issued (summer 2008) 7. Alliant Site Purchase • Additional Implementation • RFP Drafted and Issued (summer 2008) 7. Alliant Site Purchase • Sara Investments selected (fall 2008) 8. • Completed Phase I environmental (late 2008) Environmental Assessment 9. Health Monitoring • Ongoing tenant recruitment (Sara) • Ongoing 10. Substation Relocation Planning negotiations with Veolia (City and Sara) 11. Riverfront Improvements 12. Veolia Site Developer Selection and Negotiation 13. Lynn Street Property Acquisition

Additional Implementation • Independently negotiated by Gilbert 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment Additional Implementation • Independently negotiated by Gilbert 7. Alliant Site Purchase 8. Environmental Assessment • Closed (late spring 2009) 9. Health Monitoring • Proposed for public parking lot • DOC Grant funds 10. Substation Relocation Planning 11. Riverfront Improvements 12. Veolia Site Developer Selection and Negotiation 13. Lynn Street Property Acquisitions

Publicly Owned Lands Publicly Owned Lands

Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Presentation Overview • • Riverfront Redevelopment Area Plan Review Implementation Recommendations Additional Implementation Next Steps

Next Steps 1. Determine appropriate roles of the CDA and BEDC 2. Revisit the Next Steps 1. Determine appropriate roles of the CDA and BEDC 2. Revisit the need for a Statutory Redevelopment Plan 3. Finalize Veolia relocation and redevelopment 4. Remediate Alliant and seek a developer 5. Identify next priority redevelopment sites 6. Begin environmental assessment of additional sites

Next Steps 7. Initiate Co-op site development 8. Continue relocation discussion with Mueller Dairy Next Steps 7. Initiate Co-op site development 8. Continue relocation discussion with Mueller Dairy 9. Initiate relocation discussion with Servo 10. Finalize substation relocation and routing 11. Continue riverwalk construction in conjunction with new development 12. Continue to seek additional grants 13. Continue to work with property owners and developers




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