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  1. Silicon Beach by S.O., Inc. Jose Gomez Jessica Leung Nikhil Munj Huachang Xu

  2. Outline • Introduction • Infrastructures • Residential • Recreational • Commercial • Conclusion

  3. Introduction • Goals • Utilizes state-of-the-art technology • Ensures safety of environment • Serves a diverse community • Creates a vibrant atmosphere • Budget Breakdown • $100M Total • $35M for Infrastructure • $35M for Residential • $25M for Commercial • $5M for Recreation

  4. Introduction (cont’d) • Land Use • 50% Commercial (50 acres) • 30% Residential (30 acres) • 10% Recreational (10 acres) • 10% Utilities (10 acres)

  5. Infrastructures • Goals • Utilities • Electricity • Waste/Water • Internet • Roads • Layout • Cost

  6. Infrastructure Goals • Centralized Operation • Only one company to deal with • Self-Sufficient Operation • Avoids power losses and debt to neighboring communities • Clean Operation • Maintains the beauty of the city and the bay

  7. Electricity • One central power plant (50%) • Diesel Combustion Turbines • Biodiesel Fuel • Solar Cells (35%) • Solar Farm • Rooftop Cells • Water Pumps (15%)

  8. Waste Management • Trash  Biodiesel • Trash pipeline • Trash depositories • Flush system • Pumps in water from bay • Pushes waste into central station

  9. Water • Sources: Sewage, Process Water, Bay • Four Step Purification Process • Desalination of salt-water • Sludge is converted to biodiesel

  10. Internet • 802.16 Based System • Central Base Station • 1.5Mbps/household • Ubiquitous Access • Security • 256-WEP encoding • MAC Address Filtering

  11. Roads • One Main Loop • Circles the town to avoid congestion • Provides access to Shopping District from 101 • Links residents to 101

  12. Roads (cont’d) • Monorail System • Links housing and shopping districts • Eliminates traffic within the community • Zero emissions • Donated by Hitachi ($7.5M)

  13. Costs • Plant $22.5M • Pipes + $4.0M • Solar Rooftops + $5.0M • Roads + $3.0M • Internet Antenna + $0.5M • Total =$35.0M

  14. Goals Realized • Centralized Operation • All operations at central station • Self-Sufficient Operation • Maximizes use of recyclables • Clean Operation • Minimized wastes due to recycling

  15. Residential Area 400 total housing units available • Upper-Middle Class • Condominiums: 120 units • Middle Class • Apartments: 150 units • Lower-Middle Class • Apartments: 130 units

  16. Use of Land 30% of total land area (30 acres) • Condominiums: 9 acres • Private Beach: 1 acre • Middle Class Apartments: 12 acres • Lower-Middle Class Apartments: 8 acres

  17. Use of Funds 35% of total funds ($35 million) • Condominiums: $13 million • Private Beach: $1 million • Middle Class Apartments: $11 million • Lower-Middle Class Apartments: $9 million • Security: $1 million

  18. Condominiums 120 condos available over 9 acres • Cost to Build: $13 million • 15-story building overlooking the bay • Size/Cost to Own • 2500 square feet, 3 bed, 3 bath: $400,000 • 2000 square feet, 2 bed, 2 bath: $325,000 • Features • covered parking • fitness center with indoor pool/jacuzzi • banquet hall • private beach • laundry room in each condo

  19. Beach • Cost to Build: $1 million • Size: 1 acre • Features • tanning chairs and beach umbrellas • restrooms with changing rooms and showers • full-time lifeguard

  20. Complex Layout

  21. Sample Floor Plan

  22. Middle Class Apartments 150 apartments available over 12 acres • Cost to Build: $11 million • 8-story buildings • Size/Cost to Rent • 2000 square feet, 3 bed, 2 bath: $2,500 • 1600 square feet, 2 bed, 2 bath: $2,000 • Features • covered parking • outdoor pool/jacuzzi • fitness center • laundry room in each apartment

  23. Complex Layout

  24. Sample Floor Plan

  25. Lower-Middle Class Apartments 130 apartments available over 8 acres • Cost to Build: $9 million • 8-story building • Size/Cost to Rent • 1500 square feet, 2 bed, 2 bath: $1,800 • 800 square feet, 1 bed, 1 bath: $1,300 • Features • covered parking • laundry room on each floor

  26. Complex Layout

  27. Sample Floor Plan

  28. Services • Security ($1 million) • gated communities • cardkey access to required to enter all buildings • cameras located in all parking areas and each floor • security guards in each complex • Neighborhood Watch programs • Wireless internet service using IEEE 802.16 standard • Power, water, garbage, and mail services • Monorail service to mall and park • Safeway grocery store and convenience marts

  29. Recreational Area Location

  30. Outline • Objectives • Budget • Expenditures • Timeline • Layout • Features • Summary

  31. A. Objectives • Communal Environment • Safe and Clean Environment • Scenic Location • Multi-Purpose Area • All-Age Attraction

  32. B. Budget • $5 Million • Sponsorships and Gifts • Toys-R-Us • Home Depot • Orchard Supply and Hardware • Big 5 Sporting Goods

  33. C. Expenditures • Landscaping • Security • Facilities • Restrooms, Playground, etc. • Maintenance • Miscellaneous • Drinking Fountains, Benches, etc.

  34. C. Distribution of Expenditures

  35. D. Timeline

  36. E. Layout

  37. F. Park Features • Sporting Area • Safety • Resources • Playground • Miscellaneous

  38. I. Sporting Area • Tennis Courts • Basketballs Courts • Swimming Pool • Baseball field

  39. II. Safety • Security Center • Security Guards Patrolling Park • Motion Detection Lights • Emergency Call Box Stations

  40. III. Resources • Restrooms • Trash/Recycling Bins • Bike Racks • Picnic Area • Barbecue Grills • Community Building

  41. IV. Toys R Us Playground • Jungle Gym • Monkey Bars • Sand Box • Swing Set • Slides • Tan Bark • Seesaw

  42. V. Miscellaneous • Home Depot Rose Garden • Stream • Open Grass Fields • Fountain • Multi-Cultural Mural

  43. G. Summary • What sets our park apart from others? • High Security • Lots Of Resources • Beautiful Environment • What will the community gain? • Safe gathering for our kids. • Centralize location for interaction.

  44. Commercial District

  45. Outline • General Goals • Retail and Restaurants • Office Buildings • Grocery Stores • Layout • Costs • Summary

  46. General Goals • Display a good image of the community • Diverse, safe, and technologically-advanced • Provide complete range of businesses • Retail, entertainment, food, and offices • Attract customers from other areas • Enliven shopping district and community

  47. Shopping District Goals • Take advantage of mild climate • Open-air shopping • Make use of space • ~60 Closely-spaced stores, possibly multi-level • Promote Diversity • Attract stores of all price-ranges • Reflect diversity of community • Foster independently-owned stores • Apply technology to enhance shopping experience

  48. Shopping District Components

  49. Retail and Restaurants

  50. Storefront Concept