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The distribution of redevelopment in the KC region Is there room for 45,000 households in the redevelopment area, according to local land use plans?. One challenge to allocating redevelopment: Places where future landuse density is less than existing land use

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The distribution of redevelopment in the KC region

Is there room for 45,000 households in the redevelopment area, according to local land use plans?

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One challenge to allocating redevelopment: Places where future landuse density is less than existing land use

Black = Existing Units per Acre (UPA) > Future UPA.

Many of these polygons are now Single-Family (SF) Medium or SF High, but the future land use is SF Low.

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In these polygons, FLU employment > LU employment.

Red outline = Redevelopment Area

Most of Olathe and Lee’s Summit is included because of the introduction of blended chips into the FLU.

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Black = developed polygons where FLU employment > LU employment, in the redevelopment area.

Current calculated emps: 117,701

Future emps (gross) 475,000

Difference: 357,300

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Developed polygons

FLU UPA > LU UPA.

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Black = developed polygons where FLU UPA > LU UPA, in the redevelopment area.

Current calculated units: 104,426

Future units (gross) 422,351

Difference: 317,925

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Redevelopment of non-SF developed polygons within the redevelopment area and within activity centers would result in a change from 253 units to 106,000 units

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Vacant within redevelopment area Redevelopment within activity centers

164,705 gross units + 106,000 gross units

= 271,000 units

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DOWNTOWN KCMO

Vacant within redevelopment area Redevelopment within activity centers

9,000 gross units + 42,000 gross units

= 51,000 units

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Developed polygons (purple, orange, red) are only displayed within activity centers.

Redevelopment of non-SF developed polygons within the redevelopment area and within activity centers (black) would result in a change from 253 units to 106,000 units

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Redevelopment of non-SF developed polys within the redevelopment area and within activity centers, INCLUDING vacant/ag polys would result in a change from 253 units to 127,800 units

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2012 Potential Redevelopment 2010 Forecast Infill

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Downtown to 31st Street

Current calculated units: 0

Future units: 30,481

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Olathe

Current calculated units: 0

Future units: 8,200

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Lee’s Summit

Current calculated units: 0

Future units: 5,300

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Wyandotte Core

Current calculated units: 15

Future units: 5,400

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Platte County

Current calculated units: 0

Future units: 5,800

North Oak

Current calculated units: 0

Future units: 7,900

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Independence Core

Current units: 0

Future units: 3,000

24/40

Current units: 0

Future units: 4,300

Raytown

Current units: 0

Future units: 1,370