CNI PPT_rev draft_PACT presentation 10 22 13

Report
Near East Side/Poindexter Village
Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant Application
What is the HUD Choice Neighborhoods Initiative?


2010 expansion of HOPE VI program
Grants of up to $30 million from U.S. Dept. of
Housing & Urban Development to help
communities transform struggling neighborhoods
to a “neighborhood of choice.”
• Revitalize severely distressed public/assisted housing
• Invest and leverage local investments in:
 Support services
 Schools and education programs
 Crime prevention
 Community facilities
 Access to jobs and economic development
• Benefit both public housing & neighborhood residents
The Columbus Choice Neighborhood: Near East Side
The Near East Side: Assets & Opportunities
Solid Foundations for our Choice Grant Application
PACT
A partnership of
CMHA, OSU, and
City of Columbus to
revitalize the Near
East Side
neighborhood
Poindexter Village
A 414-unit
distressed public
housing site in the
Near East Side
neighborhood
Near East Side
Blueprint
Detailed investment
strategy developed
with extensive
community
participation
Broad Community Engagement
Three Required Components of Choice
Integrated and complementary strategies:
Housing
People
Neighborhood
Redevelopment of the
Poindexter Village
public housing site
with new, mixedincome housing;
Replacement public
housing
Supportive services,
education, and case
management, with a
focus on former and
future Poindexter
Village residents
Investments in the
Near East geography,
including economic
development, jobs,
homeownership,
infrastructure, safety,
community facilities.
70% of Choice funds
15% of Choice funds
15% of Choice funds
Lead Partners for the Columbus Choice Application
Lead Applicant:
Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority
Housing Lead
People Lead
McCormack Baron
Salazar-CMHA
Joint Venture
Urban Strategies
(People)
Columbus City Schools
(Education Lead)
Neighborhood
Lead
City of Columbus
The Columbus Choice Collaboration
Lead, Housing
Neighborhood
Partner
Columbus
Metropolitan
Housing
Authority
McCormack
Baron
Salazar
PACT
CMHA, City of
Columbus,OSU
Community
Residents
Stakeholders
Service
Providers
Developer,
Housing
People
Strategy
Urban
Strategies
Near East Side
Revitalization
Cost
Estimating
MilesMcClellan,
EMH&T
Urban Planning
Urban Design
Associates
urbanorder
ACP
Commercial /
Retail
The Robert
Weiler Co.
Market Analysis
Vogt Santer
PolicyWorks
Local Partners
Architecture
& Engineering
Moody Nolan,
EMH&T, GCI
XYZ
$226 million in Local Program and Funding Commitments
Housing
People
Neighborhood
Choice: $21 Million
Choice: $4.5 Million
Choice: $4.5 million
Local Leverage:
Local Leverage:
Local Leverage:
$64 Million
$60 Million
$102 Million
Columbus Choice Investment & Implementation Partners
PEOPLE: Urban Strategies, ADAMH Board, After School All Stars, Alvis House, Center for
Family Safety and Healing at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Central Ohio Area Agency
on Aging, Central Ohio Minority Business Assistance, City Year Columbus, CleanTurn,
Columbus City Schools, Columbus Civil Service Commission, Columbus Early Learning
Centers, Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Columbus Public Health, Columbus
State Community College, Columbus Urban League, COWIC, CPO Management,
Economic and Community Development Institute, Fifth Third Bank, Franklin County
Children Services, FCDJFS, Franklin Park Conservatory, Homeport, Huntington Bank,
IMPACT Community Action, Learning Circle Education Services, LifeCare Alliance, MidOhio Food Bank, National Church Residences, PNC Bank, The Columbus Foundation,
The Ohio State University, United Way of Central Ohio, YMCA Columbus, YouthBuild
HOUSING: CMHA, McCormack Baron Salazar, City of Columbus, Key Bank Ohio, Ohio
Capital Corporation for Housing (OCCH) Affordable Housing Trust for Columbus and
Franklin County, Central Ohio Community Improvement Corporation
NEIGHBORHOOD: City of Columbus, CMHA, Columbus Early Learning Centers,
Columbus Metropolitan Library, Columbus Urban League, COTA, Central Ohio
Workforce Investment Corporation (COWIC), CPO Management, Economic and
Community Development Institute, Franklin County Department of Job and Family
Services (FCDJFS), Franklin Park Conservatory, IMPACT Community Action, MBS Urban
Initiatives, National Church Residences, OCCH, The Ohio State University, U.S. Bancorp
CDC, U.S. Bank, United Way of Central Ohio, YouthBuild
What Choice will Bring to Poindexter/Near East Side
Housing
(Poindexter Site)
104 senior units
Up to 350 family units
New public infrastructure
Green space, amenities
People
• Workforce training
Neighborhood
•
Business & economic
development; Huntington
Empowerment Center
• Champion & East Health
Sciences Academies
•
Infill homeownership
•
Intergenerational Center
• Youth/school-based
programs
•
Pilgrim Adult Education Cntr.
•
Food Hub
•
Scholar House
•
Safety initiatives
•
Library, Maryland Pool
• Employment opportunities
• Early care and education
• Physical & behavioral health
• Wellness & prevention
• Case management
Choice will Jump-Start the Near East Side Blueprint
Vision for Mt. Vernon Avenue
Poindexter Village Master Plan
1. Beatty Recreation Center
2. Blackberry Commons
3. Champion Middle School
4. Columbus Fire Station 8
5. Food Hub: Distribution Center
6. Food Hub: Market
7. Maintenance Bldg. (existing)
8. OSU University Hospital East
9. Poindexter Place Senior
Housing
10. Intergenerational Center
(former PV Comm. Center)
11. Preserved Poindexter Village
Buildings
12. Proposed Urban Farm
13. Union Grove Church
Mixed-Income, Multi-Generational Housing
Mixed-Use
Senior
Multi-Family
Revitalized Poindexter Village: Perspective Street View
Revitalized Poindexter Village: Perspective Street View
New Park at the Center: Blackberry Commons
Choice Governance
CNI Advisory Council (*HUD Priority)
PACT (Sustaining Entity) and Principal Team Members (Executive Level)
Anchor Institutions: OSU, Columbus State, Franklin Park Conservatory (Senior Executives)
Key Stakeholders: CEO of COWIC, Police Commander, Columbus Neighborhood Health
Centers (Sr. Exec.), Community Representatives, Community Stakeholders
Meets Semi-Annually
CNI Advisory Council monitors
overall Transformation Plan,
provides input to IWT & SPN
IWT and SPN provide data,
updates, on Transformation Plan
progress, challenges
Implementation Working Team (IWT)
Service Provider Network (SPN)
Convened by PACT, Chaired by CMHA
(Meets Monthly)
Supports People Strategy, Coordinated by
Urban Strategies (Meets Quarterly)
Principal Team Members:
CMHA, City of Columbus, MBS, Urban Strategies,
Columbus City Schools
Data Collection & Analysis for HUD Reporting:
Community Research Partners
•
All service providers engaged in the People
Strategy
•
Poindexter Village and other Near East Side
community residents
•
Community stakeholders
•
Supports formation of Neighborhood Assoc.
What Happens Next

CNI Application Review
44 applications submitted
Site visit with ~ 8 finalists
Expect 4 grants to be awarded in spring 2014

But implementation is underway
1) Poindexter Place Senior Housing
2) Intergenerational Care Center
3) Health Sciences Academies
4) Huntington Empowerment Center
5) Infill homeownership
6) Service linkages

similar documents