The transition strategy presented in this report describes a set of coordinated interventions necessary to create sustainable housing in the Midtown District. The current state of housing in the District is not sustainable for housing options and affordability. There is a clear need for effective interventions to achieve a sustainable state of housing in the future.
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- Golub, Aaron (Author)
- Wiek, Arnim (Author)
- Arizona State University. School of Sustainability (Contributor)
- Identifier TypeLocally defined identifierIdentifier Valueazdocs: XUPH 50.2:M 4 H 58/2014
- Report submitted to the City of Phoenix Planning and Development Department by the ASU-SOS Team for the project grant 'Reinvent Phoenix--Cultivating Equity, Engagement, Economic Development and Design Excellence with Transit-Oriented Development', funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) .
Executive summary -- Correspondence to scope of work -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Housing challenges in the Midtown District -- 1.2. Profile of the "Reinvent Phoenix" grant -- 1.3. Sustainable housing research -- 1.4. Objectives of the strategy study -- Chapter 2. Research design and data sources -- Chapter 3. Strategy inputs (current state assessment, vision, theory of change) -- 3.1. Current state of housing in the Midtown District -- 3.2. Vision for sustainable housing in the Midtown District -- 3.3. Theory of change -- Chapter 4. Sustainable housing strategy for the Midtown District -- 4.1. Linking sustainable housing goals to interventions and investment options -- 4.2. New construction intervention -- 4.2.1. Core components -- 4.2.2. Details on investment options for new construction -- 4.3. Rehabilitation and revitalization intervention -- 4.3.1. Core components -- 4.3.2. Details on investment options for rehabilitation and revitalization -- 4.4. Adaptive reuse intervention -- 4.5. Details on implementation tools -- 4.6. Synthesis-action plan for sustainable housing in Midtown -- 4.6.1. New construction intervention action plan -- 4.6.2. Rehabilitation and revitalization intervention action plan -- 4.6.3. Adaptive reuse intervention action plan -- Chapter 5. Causal problem maps of green systems -- 5.1. Critical role of steering committee, city council, city departments, local experts -- 5.2. Testing strategy, interventions, investments -- 5.3. Coordination across strategies -- 5.4. Anticipating the next set of interventions, investments, and implementation tools -- 5.5. Crafting the next 5-year plan -- References and appendix
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Sustainable Housing Strategy for the Midtown District (Phoenix, Arizona: City of Phoenix, 2014)