What is the proposal for 90 & 98 Whitefoord?
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ALMOST ALWAYS, more people are better than fewer; a diverse population is better than a homogenous one; and the most strategic scenario for growth includes everyone. “
-Atlanta City Design
“Our Neighborhood is a community of diversity, valuing the ability for people of all ages, incomes, occupations and stages of life. We’re a community of affordability, ensuring that all ages & incomes have the opportunity to reside in the community. It is clear that residents in our neighborhood support and desire mixed-income developments that help to ensure that people that work in the area are also able to live in the area, helping to guarantee continued diversity in the community.”
-Edgewood Redevelopment Plan of 2009
R5 > MRMU
LDR > MDR
12 units per building
Low Density Residential > Medium Density Residential
percentages by comparison
CAN BE one of
the first accessible
housing developments to offer, without subsidy, 25% of the units at 60% AMI (area medium income)
in the City of Atlanta.
at 60% AMI
at 80% AMI
at 80% AMI
***60% AMI at 90-98 Whitefoord will provide up to 11 units of new, safe, clean housing for Neighbors in Edgewood who make less than $36,000 per year and an additional 2 bedroom unit for someone who makes less than $42,000 per year.
Market Rate Rents
1,000 sq ft 2/2 - $2,300
730 sq ft 1/1 - $1,765
1,000 sq ft 2/2 - $1,900
730 sq ft 1/1 - $1,625
***Depending on the unit, The Parliament at market rate is 10-20% more affordable than Spoke. This equates to the difference in needing to make at least $85k (SPOKE) & $68k (The Parliament) for a 2 bedroom apartment. Or the difference of $65k (Spoke) & $58k (The Parliament) on one bedrooms.
The Parliament includes 5 units of affordable housing at 80% AMI.
Only 27% of Atlanta Public School teachers live within the City of Atlanta.
Less than 20% of Atlanta Police
live in the City of Atlanta.
Missing Middle and MRMU housing create the opportunity for people that serve a community to live in the community.
PARKING LOT (32 SPACES)
ON STREET PARKING (6 SPACES)
SITE PLAN KEY
.1 MILES (1.5 CITY BLOCKS) TO 150 HUTCHINSON ST RG-3-C
.2 MILES (2 CITY BLOCKS) TO 137 HUTCHINSON ST MR-3-C
.3 MILES (4 CITY BLOCKS) TO THE
PARLIAMENT AT 117 MAYSON AVE MR-MU
.35 MILES TO EDGEWOOD RETAIL
.4 MILES TO EDGEWOOD MARTA STATION
PROXIMITY TO 90 & 98
QUALITY & RETENTION
STANDARDS FOR DUPLEXES AND MRMU
Storm water quality collection requirements
for R-5 duplexes (and single-family homes)
Storm water retention requirements for MRMU Multi-family units
Capture the 1st inch of rain fall
Capture 3X the amount of water required by single family R5 standards
ADDITIONAL TREE CANOPY
The City of Atlanta requires
10" of additional plantings.
50" of additional trees will be planted.